“Honey, I shrunk the filesystem!” Recently I bought a solid-state harddisk, an Intel X25M. I wanted to use this disk in my Windows development system, without having to do a fresh install of Windows XP. I really didn’t want to install all my applications again, not to speak of all the custom configurations and tweaks I usually apply to Windows to make it palatable. So I thought I’d just make a image copy of my old harddisk to this new one, and be done with it.
File launching the EeePC Xorg Session after system fastinit xandros launch the graphic session by calling this cript
Probleme de VFS lock sync sur le montage NFS 🙁
Modifying initrd image From OpenVZ Wiki Jump to: navigation, search The frequent reason why your kernel can’t boot is not properly created initrd image. Here is a small description of what you can do if you encounter a similar problem. Contents [hide] 1 What is initrd image 2 Why initrd image is necessary 3 Typical problem 4 Extracting initrd image 5 Analyzing init script 6 Creating initrd 7 Who create initrd by default?
Merging changes from partition 2 into partition 1 samo on altern.org jan-2008: it is possible to do the above even after heavy changes are done to the original filesystem – i.e. lots of work, package additions/removals etc (not at all virgin state) – and still get everything right (and keep the original partition/filesystem instead of making all new). Roughly the steps are as follows (requires some unix skills. Read this entire section before starting and ensure you know what you’re doing):
# # Configured by Xandros Configuration system. # hiddenmenu # default boot entry default=0
No SWAP Partition, Journaling Filesystems, … on a SSD? December 7, 2008 I’m going to get an Asus Eee PC 901go, which has a Solid State Disk (SSD) instead of a normal hard disk (HD). As you know me I’ll remove the installed Linux and install my own Kubuntu. I soon started to look at the best way to install my Kubuntu and I found following recommendations copy and pasted on various sites:
Avec le mode vga=0x312 le EEEpc 701 démarre en mode graphique, le splashscreen est ok. Par contre le getty de la console ne veux pas démarrer ;-( Enfin c’est un bon début… il faut regarder de plus près comment Xandros fait sa sauce !!!