#gentoo - Fri 13 Apr 2007 between 07:35 and 07:40

NY Lost Funds



CPrgmSwR2How do you change your harddrive from ext3 to rasierfs
OmiKrOnnvidia-legacy-drivers 1.0.7184
mjrosenbCPrgmSwR2 and how much space do you have free after including the caches?
coco_kid594that is a good question and witch file type is the best to use.. i always used ext3.. seems to work good.. what do you guys prefer?
DrEeevilCPrgmSwR2: copy all away, reformat, copy all back
CPrgmSwR233%
tuxickgentoo setting time wrong on boot
mjrosenbOmiKrOn that shouldn't be the problem then
coco_kid594any why?
tuxickafair that was a known issue when dualbooting but i did follow those instructions i can't find anymore :)
DrEeeviltuxick: /etc/conf.d/clock I think, check that it doesn't do UTC "wrong"
mjrosenbCoCo_Kid594 ext3 on my server, reiser on my laptop
CPrgmSwR2my processor is an athlon xp 2600+
DrEeeviltuxick: windows always uses the local time for system time, linux prefers UTC
CPrgmSwR2its like the application hangs and then loads
tuxickaah clock
i was looking for "time" and "date" ;p
DrEeevilCoCo_Kid594: reiserfs is faster for some operations and is more efficient with small files with tail packing enabled, apart from that ... use what works
tuxickNote that if you dual boot with Windows, then
OmiKrOn(II) Setting vga for screen 0.
(II) NVIDIA(0): Creating default Display subsection in Screen section
"Screen0" for depth/fbbpp 8/8
(==) NVIDIA(0): Depth 8, (==) framebuffer bpp 8
tuxick# you should set it to "local".
that's that i did indeed
OmiKrOnsorry
tuxickbut it still screws up
DrEeevilOmiKrOn: "pastebin" is the magic word ;-)
coco_kid594thats run i run on my server is ext3.. i heard linux never gets fragmented like those other guys.. and that is one of the biggest ++'s to a linux box..
OmiKrOnyeah i know sory
DrEeeviltuxick: clock_systohc maybe?
mjrosenbCoCo_Kid594 linux can get fragmented, just it takes longer
tuxickDrEeevil: i remember running systohc manually many times :)
DrEeevilCoCo_Kid594: it gets fragmented, but it's usually not as severe as others - windows seems to fragment on purpose
OmiKrOnany ideea why id goes in 8bpp when I specify 24 in my xorg.conf file?
tuxickit's the dualbooting with windows that causes the trouble
DrEeeviltuxick: I have one box that shifts 2h each boot ... haven't tracked it down, must be the same issue
mjrosenbOmiKrOn it looks like that section is malformed . . try adding a resolution as well.
fuzzywhich is the lightest distro?
tuxickDrEeevil: no doubt

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