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cannot allocate memory error

Had a weird memory error my Linux servers at work today. These were heavy duty machines running  heavy jobs throughout the day. /var/log/messages kept reporting that the kernel had no more memory to process new jobs. Most of the errors read ” cannot allocate memory ” Some digging around later we found the fix. Kernel […]

How to install Adobe AIR 1.5 on Ubuntu 8.10

1. Download Adobe AIR 1.5 at http://get.adobe.com/air/ or use the direct Link . 2. Assign execute rights to  the “AdobeAIRInstaller.bin”file to start the installer. danesh@python:~/Desktop$ chmod +x AdobeAIRInstaller.bin 3. Execute  the “AdobeAIRInstaller.bin” file to start the installer. danesh@python:~/Desktop$ ./AdobeAIRInstaller.bin Related: How to install twhirl

How to install GScrot – Screenshot Tool

Update [  Feb 16 2009 ] – GScrot has been renamed to Shutter. GScrot is a popular screen-shot tool for Linux. GScrot is currently at version 0.64. It runs best on GNOME and has a good feature list. Capture a website, whole desktop, individual window or a custom selection. Support for delayed screen-shots. Plug-ins for […]

How to find the number of physical CPUs in Linux

With multicore CPUs it’s easy for newbies to get confused when faced with questions like; 1. How many physical CPUs does the server have? 2. How many cores on each CPU? Duo/Quad In Linux it’s actually quite easy to get this info. You could go through the /var/log/dmesg file or the /proc/cpuinfo file. For this […]

How to flush the dns cache in windows

To flush the DNS cache in Windows, 1. Get into command prompt. ( start –> run –> cmd ) 2. Run the following command “ipconfig /flushdns” .

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