"RAM" tag
Saving Private GRUB

Saving Private GRUB: Remotely Restoring MBR on an Enterprise Server

Corporate hardware systems differ from their conventional desktop counterparts primarily because they have a number of interesting features. For example, they provide an ability to connect a virtual CD-ROM drive, and use a…

Lots of questions this time...

CodeSport (April 2011)

Welcome to CodeSport! In this month’s column, we feature a set of programming questions, as requested by a few of our student readers. In last month’s column, we discussed a few of the…

Kernel development and debugging using Eclipse

Kernel Development & Debugging Using the Eclipse IDE

This article is targeted at Linux newbies, kernel developers, and those who are new to Eclipse. It deals with development, building and debugging of the Linux kernel using the Eclipse IDE. Eclipse is…

Better queries with MySQL

Better Queries with MySQL, Part 2

Last month, we created a simple table with an index. The idea was to understand how indexes work in MySQL. For this, we populated the table with 100 rows, and ran EXPLAIN with…

MeeGo top panel: a. tabbed view, b. application screen active, c. mouse at top edge so panel buttons are shown

Exploring Software: Netbook Operating Systems

A modern netbook is likely to have 150 GB of disk space, 1 GB of RAM, a screen resolution of 1024×800 pixels, and a wide range of connectivity options. It can hardly be…

Blender: No Maya. No Ram.

FreedomYUG: Blender — No Maya. No RAM.

This Diwali, who will bring freedom to Ram? This ancient festival of light celebrates Lord Ram delivering freedom to Sita, and the world, from the tyranny of Ravana. It celebrates the 2D triumph…

Free from clutter?

The GIMP 2.8:2.7 Development Release: Free From Clutter

The GIMP version 2.6 was released two years back, and it’s time for us to embrace a new development series of the GIMP. Dubbed as 2.8:2.7, the FOSS editing software is finally getting…

Linux on Linux without Privileged Access

Playing with User-mode Linux

This article gives you hands-on experience in setting up a User-Mode Linux (UML) kernel and getting it up on a running Linux OS. We see how to share files between the host Linux…

Smart TV

FreedomYUG: Is Your TV Watching You? Even If It Runs Linux Inside?

Something’s happened to my TV — it’s turned intelligent. The dumbest TV shows still stream mindlessly on it, 24×7, through the cable-box, but the TV has new smarts. For starters, it’s got USB…

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