Hi linux geeks! How are you? Do you like to check your hardware information in linux with a gui tool? The tool we will use in this article is called i-nex. It is a nice application that can be used to gather information for hardware components available on your system such as cpu, gpu, motherboard, sound, […]
At the upcoming Hot Chips Conference in late August, Oracle, IBM and Fujitsu are all set to announce the release of new high-performance Unix chips. Oracle is leading the charge, with the expected announcement of its new SPARC M6, which Oracle describes as a “next-generation processor for massively scalable symmetric multiprocessor data center servers”. SPARC […]
The SSD drives have already hit the market and their arena is shaping up to be fierce with a lot of players. For those who have never heard of the SSD technology, here is a brief explanation: The SSD (Solid State Drive) is another storage unit for your computer, similar to your hard drive – […]
Pandora FMS (for Pandora Flexible Monitoring System) is software solution for monitoring computer networks. Pandora FMS allows monitoring in a visual way the status and performance of several parameters from different operating systems, servers, applications and hardware systems such as firewalls, proxies, databases, web servers or routers.
There is a new Nvidia driver available, The NVIDIA 190.42 driver is the first official release in the 190.xx Linux driver series, which has been in beta for a number of months and undergone numerous releases.Compared to the NVIDIA 185.xx driver series, the NVIDIA 190.42 driver brings new hardware support, support for OpenGL 3.2, many […]
LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) is an open source Web development platform that uses Linux as operating system, Apache as the Web server, MySQL as the relational database management system and PHP as the object-oriented scripting language. In this Simple tutorial we will explain you how to install LAMP server on your Ubuntu Desktop […]
AMD Phenom II X4 810 and X3 720 BE Processors Last month, AMD launched the Phenom II X4 processor line-up, and with it ushered in the first desktop processors built using the company’s 45nm process node. While the first two Phenom II processors to arrive, the 3.0GHz X4 940 and 2.8GHz 920,