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Aug
10
comment Relationship between seeding torrents and downloading?
@Pacherier About getting penalized I suggest you start another question.
Aug
10
comment Relationship between seeding torrents and downloading?
@Pacherier Many clients allows you to see the ratio per torrent as well as for the total.
Aug
10
comment Cleaning and housekeeping Linux computer hard disk
Here's a script for cleaning some parts of Linux Mint systems community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/373 . I haven't used it so I won't take responsibility for it!
Aug
10
comment Cleaning and housekeeping Linux computer hard disk
@user90548 Yes, your file system if probably ext4.
Aug
10
comment Cleaning and housekeeping Linux computer hard disk
I think it's easier if you include the output from cat /etc/fstab in your question.
Aug
10
comment Cleaning and housekeeping Linux computer hard disk
You might find askubuntu.com/questions/21587/how-do-i-clean-up-my-harddrive interesting.
Aug
10
comment Cleaning and housekeeping Linux computer hard disk
You can find out your file system by running cat /etc/fstab. The file system type is listed under "<type>".
Aug
10
comment Cleaning and housekeeping Linux computer hard disk
What kind of Linux system are you using (e.g. what distribution)? Also, what kind of file system are you using? Many consider that defragmentation is not needed in Linux, see e.g. geekblog.oneandoneis2.org/index.php/2006/08/17/…
Aug
10
comment Unloading modules in Ubuntu for saving power
@umair You should edit your question and add that that is what you want to do (the users of this site are knowledgeable but not mind readers). Instead of doing lsmod | grep -i video you can just do lsmod and then do modinfo module-name for every module it returns and decide if that is a module you need. You can check power consumption before and after unloading modules to see if it has any effect.
Aug
10
comment Unloading modules in Ubuntu for saving power
@umair I've edited my answer to answer that. You might want to clarify your question so that it's completely clear what you're asking for. You might also want to provide an example case.
Aug
9
comment BIOS upgrade lowers CPU temperature
@Shinrai I've added temperatures from lm-sensors and they're below 40°C.
Aug
9
comment BIOS upgrade lowers CPU temperature
@Breakthrough I think I've added as much as I know about the temperatures to the question now. Unfortunately, as mentioned in the edit, I cannot figure how to check lm-sensors temperatures in 0501 because the BIOS update utility won't let me downgrade to 0501.
Aug
9
comment BIOS upgrade lowers CPU temperature
@sawdust I've added more information to the question, especially about temperatures. Is there anything else I should add?
Aug
9
comment BIOS upgrade lowers CPU temperature
@Breakthrough I've updated my question with the output from lm-sensors.
Aug
8
comment BIOS upgrade lowers CPU temperature
What utility would you suggest to check temperatures in Ubuntu (neither of the mentioned ones seems to run on Linux)?
Aug
8
comment Single Application Linux
@dschatz It would help if you include more details in your question. Like telling us more about what application you want to run, how you want it to perform and what kind of hardware you're using.
Aug
8
comment BIOS upgrade lowers CPU temperature
@Shinrai I've edited the question to include the fact that I'm running the CPU at stock speed.
Aug
8
comment BIOS upgrade lowers CPU temperature
@Shinrai I've edited the question to include my CPU cooling setup.
Aug
8
comment BIOS upgrade lowers CPU temperature
@Breakthrough Please report your experience with temperatures and version 0601.
Aug
5
comment BibTeX will not compile
Have you compiled the document before running bibtex so that there exists an .aux file?