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Poll Results: How long have you been using your current, main installation?

 
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  • 24% (49)
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post #1351 of 4043
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Is the point of Lubuntu and Xubuntu not to have Xfce and LXDE on Ubuntu? why then is Xubuntu doing a HUD thing and Lubuntu moving to Qt?
post #1352 of 4043
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Is the point of Lubuntu and Xubuntu not to have Xfce and LXDE on Ubuntu? why then is Xubuntu doing a HUD thing and Lubuntu moving to Qt?
LXDE in general seems to be moving to Qt, and working with razor-qt.
the xubuntu HUD is an idea, nothing more
post #1353 of 4043
Anyone else excited about the new cacheing feature in the latest kernel? wheee.gif

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/05/01/linux_kernel_3_9/

I didn't think there was a way to do it with linux before this latest update biggrin.gif
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Time to make a ramdisk? Hmmm, me thinks it's time to update Fedora or install Ubuntu 13.10 (lwks time!)
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post #1355 of 4043
I am having the worst time trying to get a Linux install to recognize and properly use my fakeRAID0.
post #1356 of 4043
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Anyone else excited about the new cacheing feature in the latest kernel? wheee.gif

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/05/01/linux_kernel_3_9/

I didn't think there was a way to do it with linux before this latest update biggrin.gif
Not easily, but it was possible. One method I'm considering for my home server is using an SSD cache for ZFS (it's FreeBSD, but the SSD cache feature is part of ZFS so I'm guessing it's possible on Linux with ZFS as well)
post #1357 of 4043
This belongs here



http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=Penguin-like+curve
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Fir3Chi3f View Post

Anyone else excited about the new cacheing feature in the latest kernel? wheee.gif

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/05/01/linux_kernel_3_9/

I didn't think there was a way to do it with linux before this latest update biggrin.gif
Not easily, but it was possible. One method I'm considering for my home server is using an SSD cache for ZFS (it's FreeBSD, but the SSD cache feature is part of ZFS so I'm guessing it's possible on Linux with ZFS as well)

I figure there is always a way with Linux, it's just a matter of how easily it can be done. wink.gif
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post #1358 of 4043
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This belongs here



http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=Penguin-like+curve
I figure there is always a way with Linux, it's just a matter of how easily it can be done. wink.gif

RapidDisk/RXcache was another method but it basically setup a fake RAID with part of your RAM and the target drive.
     
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post #1359 of 4043
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Originally Posted by Fir3Chi3f View Post

Anyone else excited about the new cacheing feature in the latest kernel? wheee.gif

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/05/01/linux_kernel_3_9/

I didn't think there was a way to do it with linux before this latest update biggrin.gif

I'm excited for this too! :D Currently running a btrfs RAID0 with 2 SSDs and it's blindingly fast, maybe I'll just keep it that way...but caching sounds nice since I do have an HDD connected to store my larger stuff. 

post #1360 of 4043
Offtopic:
Is it worth or possible or necessary to make the shared /boot partition for two systems? I've installed Gentoo near Debian to take a look (and hell, it was totally worth it biggrin.gif). I have a separate partition for /boot but it's not shared atm. So far using grub-update from under Debian, so far so well anyway because it detects and starts Gentoo properly, maybe no need to fix what isn't broken? :rolleyes :
Right now I'm more inclined to leave it "as is", because I somehow feel that there may arise some sharing issues... perhaps I'm paranoid about it smile.gif

edit:
I'm also thinking that the primary boot partition is occupied by Win7 (can't remove it because our paperworks is windows-based), so maybe it's not worth it using syslinux and making the separate /boot partition active. I can't make it primary anyway.
Edited by alexx2005 - 5/13/13 at 1:43pm
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