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dual booting(Windows 7/Ubuntu 10.10/11.04) not seeing any of the OSes

I've run into a problem on my HP laptop G32-301TX with i5 Intel processor and ATI Radeon graphics. I have a dual booting with Windows 7 and at first Ubuntu 10.10 every thing runs fine till I upgraded....
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Adding udev for embedded linux

I am using an arm processor and linux busybox as my OS. I want to add udev running in my system. The system has mdev. But doesn't seem to fulfill my need. How can I add udev for my system? thank you.
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Generating a timestamp to usec accuracy in shell (Busybox)

I want to generate a textual timestamp in the unix shell with microsecond accuracy, without using the %N date option (I am using busybox, a smaller unix toolset that does not have this option), to ...
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Recursive touch command on BusyBox 1.01

I'm trying to write a bash script that will run on my QNap NAS to touch a directory recursively. I have this: find $1 -exec touch {} + However, find that comes with BusyBox 1.01 doesn't support the ...
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Stop Linux from allocating more memory to a process

I want to test that a process properly kills itself and restarts when it can't allocate needed memory. One idea I had was to start other memory-consuming processes and hope that OOM killer kills the ...
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Ubuntu fails to start after system update (displays BusyBox notice on command line)

I am running Ubuntu 10.x on one of my boxes. Yesterday the SPM popped up during a session, with the choice to install the latest updates. I agreed (like I have done many times before). This time, ...
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Any reason why IDE disk hda1 shows up as sda1 under Knoppix Live CD

I'm running a debian system and today I ran aptitude safe-upgrade. It's been a while since I'd down that so it downloaded and installed a bunch of stuff including a new kernal image. Everything ...
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Ubuntu install boots into BusyBox

I'm trying to install Ubuntu on a wiped drive and for some reason when i choose the install option, it goes to the BusyBox built in shell. Can anyone tell me why it would do that and how to get to the ...