#debian - Mon 30 Apr 2007 between 02:47 and 02:53

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stonedsalah: ok I don't know if intel supports aiglx
Salahk
stonedsalah: more than likely its an onboard gfx chip
and more than likely it is utter crap
salah: you can buy a cheap 30$ video card. Get an nvidia fx5200 and you can still run beryl with aiglx
in fact that card should only be like 15-20$
Salahit is in my laptop dude
stonedahh lappy
Salahnot PC
stonedok you're shit out of luck
Salahlool
stonedlaptop IS a pc
Salahyeah you right
stonedit is personal
and it computes
Salahyeah
stonedsize and portability dont' matter
it IS a pc
Salahdebian:/home/salah# apt-cache aiglx
E: Invalid operation aiglx
what is that mean ?
i`m gonna lose my mind
markybobsalah again, IT'S PART OF X
stonedit means I'm gonna lose MY mind man
damn
markybobsalah it's not a separate package
FarrisGIs there a tool/trick to quickly count up the amount of RAM being used by processes matching a certain pattern?
stonedpattern?
jrsimshey, anyone know which mainstream electronics store has the best return policy? In the US?
FarrisGstoned: pattern. regexp. text string. anything
markybobjrsims: best buy, probably
stonedjrsims: newegg.com <-- not a debian related question
actually best buy might top out newegg
FarrisGfor instance "ps aux | grep oracle" <-- I want to count up how much ram is being used by all those processes
jrsimsyeah, I know it's not debian related. but is there really another channel for this? Besides. I trust the Debian community for a good answer to questions like these.
stonedi've brought stuff i bought like a day ago, broke it and returned it saying it don't work
jrsims:)
stonedhehehe
FarrisG: top/htop?
jrsimsYeah, I'm looking at buying an LCD monitor, and want to be able to return it after I try it in-home for a few weeks.

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