A hospital in Boston is using artificial intelligence to revolutionise the way care is provided in its emergency department.
Source: Technology News
1)Can I use fstrim command on the SSD if it is part of a Logical Volume?
2)Can I create a swap partion (or volume I don’t which is the right word ) that will be also cached? I know that the swap partition has a different filesystem from a normal partition.
3)In Intel Smart Response Technology the SSD that will play the cache role has to be without any filesystem. Do I need a filesystem to use SSD as cache?
4) Is it better not use the SSD as cache but just to mount the /usr/lib directory and/or /boot directory?
after Tumbleweed update, openSUSE-release-20150909-1.2.x86_64, all entries in the
-Application Launcher –Applications menu were lost,
the only way found to re-active them was a forced re-install of :-
# parted /dev/sdb
GNU Parted 2.4
Welcome to GNU Parted! Type 'help' to view a list of commands.
Model: LEXAR JUMPDRIVE SECURE (scsi)
Disk /dev/sdb: 518MB
Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B
Partition Table: msdos
Number Start End Size Type File system Flags
1 32.3kB 411MB 411MB primary fat16 type=06
2 411MB 510MB 98.7MB primary fat16 hidden, type=16
I want to remove the hidden flag, remove the two partitions and create a new, single partition. If I try any of these, or attempt to rewrite the partition table, etc, it just gives the error:
Error: Input/output error during write on /dev/sdb
Some history on this device:
The second partition used to be an encrypted partition that I had messed up as a little kid. I do not remember what I did to it though. I am attempting to recover it now.
Can someone help me out?
The behaviour in question is that the mouse begins to double-click spontaneously, at random, after sometimes after weeks of apparently ‘normal’ behaviour. Of course, firstly, I played around with the mouse parameters under the Gnome ‘Mouse and Touchpad’ utility. That provided no evident relief. I thought that before I raise the question in the forum, I had better suspect my mouse hardware. But even when I used another USB mouse, it started to happen after a while. Recently, I became so irritated with this behaviour, I went an bought a brand new one. And it happens with that as well, irrespective of whether the double-click setting is fully fast or fully slow, or anywhere in between.
My conclusion: there is something wrong with the mouse ‘driver’ software! I wonder if anyone else can concur with me on this rather elusive, but exceedingly irritating, point?: