Questions about: kernel

The kernel parameters are documented at kernel. org. To understand what acpi_osi does, you roughly need to know how ACPI works
New deployments of 12. 04. 2 will be installed with an updated kernel and a new X windows stack
Stopping VirtualBox kernel modules [ OK ]Uninstalling old VirtualBox DKMS kernel modules [ OK ]Trying to register the VirtualBox kernel modules using DKMS [ OK ]Starting VirtualBox kernel modules [FAILED](modprobe vboxdrv failed. Please use 'dmesg' t
It's not unsafe. Using Linux, you can do exactly what you want if you know the right commands. In the /boot directory, you can do a simple ls -la to have a long listing as well as to find any hidden files or directories (which are not supposed to be
Ok, so I am bit of a linux noob. I understand the basics, and compiled my first image from source today, and hey it works! What I am trying to do is, build a image that has the packages that I need preinstalled. Packages that I need are(nfs-kernel-se
First point release for Linux Kernel 4. 10 got released today which means it’s now ready for production environment. According to the shortlog, a total of 21 files were changed in this release, with 259 insertions and 52 deletions
As to answer why , refer to the file /etc/apt/apt. conf. d/01autoremove-kernels As you can see, apt is told to never autoremove the kernels , as told by another (script) file, /etc/kernel/postinst
No, it means that you won't be able to run Linux on the Intel 80386 chip, the original chip from Intel which supported 32-bit architecture. Those processors had clock speeds of 12-40 Mhz and were superseded by Intel 80486 and then Intel Pentium in ea
The changes we put into Precise 12. 04 LTS pm-utils /usr/lib/pm-utils/power. d address a lot of the best low-risk power savings for a broad range of machines based on some in-depth analysis with a high precision multimeter
I just completed an OS course. I heard the phrase "kernel panic" a lot. Can you explain What is a kernel panic? Why does it occur? How can I find out that a kernel panic occurred? What effect does it have on the system? Does it only occur in Linux? H