I’m in the process of tweaking / upgrading my PC for better performance. Just a minor upgrade as I think I can still make use of the old AMD FX8350 on my daily work, at least for a while. I’ll wait for the next year’s AMD CPU releases and
Standard virtualization uses the physical machine as the host hypervisor which allows one to install virtual machines called guests. In nested virtualization the hypervisor is also a guest running inside a virtual environment and it can host its own virtual machines. Basically nested virtualization allows one to install a
In less than a week Nvidia managed to release updated Unix and Linux drivers for nearly all of their active branches: 304.84 (legacy driver for GeForce 6 and 7 series), 313.26 (Short Lived Branch version), 310.40 (Long Lived Branch version) and finally 173.14.37 (legacy driver for GeForce FX series).
Kernel failures, crashes, panics and oopses? Do these sound familiar to you? If not you may want to read dedoimedo’s Linux Kernel Crash Book. It is a step-by-step guide to introduce you to kernel crashes and crash analysis, written with simplicity in mind, accessible even to Linux beginners. You’ll