20 Nov 2014

14 commands to see hardware information on Linux

As with everything, there are many commands to verify the information on the hardware of your Linux system. Some commands report only specific hardware components like CPU or memory while the position of the hardware supports multiple coverage is a look at some of the most common commands used to verify the information and configuration details on different devices and hardware devices. The list includes lspci, hwinfo, lshw, dmidecode, lspci etc.
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19 Nov 2014

How to Install Xfce on Debian 7 wheezy

Xfce Desktop

Xfce is a system of lightweight desktop environment for Linux, and is a good alternative to the complex and awkward gnome. In this post I’ll show you how to install Xfce on debian. It is available in the default Debian repositories and can be installed immediately.

# apt-get install xfce4

This will install the xfce desktop with all the necessary applications. The download size is around 20.4 MB and should finish in a few minutes on a fast broadband connection.
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14 Nov 2014

How to solve “System program problem detected” error on Ubuntu

The “problem of the system program has been detected” error happens when some application hangs. Ubuntu has a PWA is responsible for detecting these collisions and with the consent of the user, report such accidents to the developers. This process is to get the problem solved by the developers.However, it can be very annoying for ordinary users, and it is unnecessary to show errors to users when they can not do anything about themselves. So you may want to disable them.
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14 Nov 2014

Benchmark graphics card GPU performance on Linux with glmark

Graphics performance

Recently, when I added a new nvidia graphics in one of my workstation card, I’m curious to measure and compare the power of the graphics card it was before.One way to do it is with tools reference which would be a series of Design tests to measure the ability of graphics processing hardware. In simple terms, the GPU can process and make more images / graphics per unit of time are more powerful.
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14 Nov 2014

How to get graphics card (GPU) details on Linux

GPU (Graphics processing units)

You need to find the right model and the supplier of the graphics card in your system to be able to install the appropriate drivers and get the equipment to function properly. Most modern Linux distributions can detect variety of graphics card, but do not always have the best driver for it. So if you have an external graphics card like Nvidia or Ati, then you need to find the name / model number and then looking for more details online. Of course, it is easier if you have the hardware manual that came when you bought the computer. But here, we’re using the controls to find the same information.
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