consoleart | 1 Apr 12:32 2009
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Re: Wireless Driver for Dell Inspiron 5160

Manish Sinha (मनीष सिन्हा) wrote:
> Sarfaraz Kazi wrote:
>   
>> I've got the same wifi chipset on my laptop and it works perfectly
>> well by selecting the "Broadcom STA wireless driver" from "Hardware
>> Drivers". I'm running Ubuntu 8.04.2 on my laptop.
>>   
>>     
>
> You can count yourself as a lucky person. The laptops provided by my 
> college for the present 2nd years have Broadcom chipset and none of them 
> work out of box. Ndiswrapper has always been a simpler solution for them.
>
>   

its working....thanks all...installed NDISWrapper for broadcom and it 
worked like a gem...thnx again...

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Fabian Enos | 1 Apr 18:44 2009
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Which is the best filesystem to use??

I need to know what is the best one to use for managing my documents
and stuff. I also have files > 1GB in size so there should be almost
or 0% chance of data corruption. Speed is also required.

Any thoughts??

Moz | 1 Apr 18:48 2009
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persistent compiz?

Hello All,

I am using Ubuntu Hardy on a Toshiba A135 laptop. I have installed 
Compiz on it and am using Emerald window decorator, Compiz is the window 
manager. However, I am unable to set it to start by default and 
therefore I have to manually start it every time there is a reboot. How 
do I make this my default and persistent setting?

Sincerely,

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Moz | 1 Apr 18:54 2009
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Re: Which is the best filesystem to use??

Hi Fabian,

> I need to know what is the best one to use for managing my documents
> and stuff. I also have files > 1GB in size so there should be almost
> or 0% chance of data corruption. Speed is also required.
>
> Any thoughts??
>   
Tricky question. People would swear by a file system as ideal. I have 
read that ext4 has zero tolerance for powerouts and much greater chance 
of it being corrupted in such circumstances, so it is out of question 
for people like me.

Sincerely,

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Re: Which is the best filesystem to use??

Fabian Enos wrote:
> I need to know what is the best one to use for managing my documents
> and stuff. I also have files > 1GB in size so there should be almost
> or 0% chance of data corruption. Speed is also required.
>   

Which FS do you use presently? I have used JFS once and didn't find it 
so tempting to stick forever.
Apart from JFS, ext3 and reiserfs are the two others which I have used.

Reiserfs: Extremely fast, the fastest I have ever seen, just that there 
are lots of criticisms about its data corruption. It is said that once 
the filesystem becomes corrupt and internal tree is unstable, then 
trying to improve it ever damages it furthur. Well, I havn't come across 
such a situation.
Reiserfs also faces some criticism that due to some delayed write 
phenomenon, data corruption occours. i don't know much about the exact 
technical terminology relating to it.
As of now, I wont shift to any other filesystem. I could never have 
thought that deleting a file of size 650MB can take only 2-3 secs.

When it comes to data corruption, I never faced it till now. It happened 
only once, that too in JFS ( whole filesystem became unusable, probably 
due to my mistake )

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Onkar Shinde | 2 Apr 06:25 2009
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Re: Which is the best filesystem to use??

On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 10:14 PM, Fabian Enos <fabian.enos <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> I need to know what is the best one to use for managing my documents
> and stuff. I also have files > 1GB in size so there should be almost
> or 0% chance of data corruption. Speed is also required.

What is wrong with ext3?

Onkar


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