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Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
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answered Copy directories based on day they were created
Dec
21
comment How to list folders using bash commands?
Older question I know. While I would too initially turn to find for this task, I like the ls -d -- */ option, as find will find hidden directorties too. Which can sometimes be useful, but also sometimes cause trouble. I hope this comment might help others. +1
Oct
31
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
10
comment Mouse clicks suddenly stopped working in Ubuntu
@Dennis the compiz --replace should solve most of those issues. gnome-panel --replace might help others. XFCE has a similar option if I am not mistaken.
Sep
28
comment How to diagnosis and resolve: /usr/lib64/libz.so.1: no version information available
I never did find a working solution to this. Unfortunately, I have set this project aside for the past 10 months.
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awarded  Yearling
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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answered Ubuntu grep, find etc: “Permission denied” and “No such file or directory” output
Oct
25
awarded  Scholar
Oct
25
accepted Upgrading RAM in a server [Dell poweredge T610]
Oct
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awarded  Commentator
Oct
24
comment Upgrading RAM in a server [Dell poweredge T610]
So, I think I found what I want. In the details it lists my system as a compatable system : newegg.com/Product/… However, my first question is still a valid question. How does upgrading ram work on a 2cpu system?
Oct
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awarded  Editor
Oct
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comment Upgrading RAM in a server [Dell poweredge T610]
Oops T610. I dont know why I thought 6100
Oct
24
revised Upgrading RAM in a server [Dell poweredge T610]
edited title
Oct
24
comment Upgrading RAM in a server [Dell poweredge T610]
6100 (added to post)
Oct
24
asked Upgrading RAM in a server [Dell poweredge T610]
Jul
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comment How to diagnosis and resolve: /usr/lib64/libz.so.1: no version information available
Yeah, that is exactly what I've looked at. I knew this is the problem, but I do not know what I need to do to fix this. I am guessing the culprit is this: /usr/lib64/libz.so.1 but from there I am not sure how to proceed. Thanks for giving this question at least a try.