|kaiyang||ok i see... so i shd just remove all the plugins just to play safe?|
|timmay||(mini-wm 466):GTK-WARNING *** Cannot open display: :1|
cant get to shell
|deepsa||what command you trying to run?|
|timmay||isnt there a way to do this in non graphical mode (install centos)|
|bobnn||timmay - ctrl-alt f2 doesn't get you a shell?|
|timmay||nope | im stuck in the install startup|
right after x server starts
How do i run setup in non-graphical mode?
|deepsa||boot: linux text|
|macmanluke||what filesystem would you all recommend on a centos 5 server?|
|deepsa||it requires 2.6.19 minimum ne581|
centos 5 comes with 2.6.18
ext5 ain't there Timmay
|macmanluke||i was thinking of running JFS or XFS but they dont appear to be supported in centos?|
|Evolution||macmanluke: use ext3 and tune it properly.|
you'll gain far more from tuning the filesystem properly
xfs support is a centosplus feature, and should only be used for data partitions, not OS partitions *IF* you choose to use it.
|sigwerk||its just like tuning a 4 barrell carbeurator, except different|
|Evolution||details for tuning are on the wiki.|
it's pretty straight forward.
|timmay||will 64bit work faster on an old system or slower?|
|Evolution||Timmay: that makes almost no sense.|
|LuvRedheads||maybe on like a commodore 64 ? :)|
|Evolution||64bit has nothing to do with if it's an old system or not.|
|timmay||thats what i thaught|
|Evolution||if the processor supports 64bit instructions, then you have a 64bit system. after that it's all about clock cycles.|
|timmay||just uses the cpu differently|
|Evolution||Timmay: no. it depends on the CPU.|
you can't slap a 64bit OS on a 32bit processor.
|action||Evolution wanders off to bed|
|Evolution||wanders off to bed|