Short tutorial explaining how to work around the problem of high CPU usage and slow system responsiveness in Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin
But, if you’re looking for a CPU stress testing utility that’s optimized for both Intel and AMD micro processors, then the utility know as “cpuburn” will come in handy.
This is on an older machine which has previously been running XP; 1GB RAM, Pentium 4 CPU and 160GB hard drive.
...with a non-PAE Linux Kernel, so by default, you can't install any Ubuntu 12.10 flavour on computers using CPUs that lack PAE support (such as Intel Pentium
Intel provides an OpenCL implementation for Intel CPUs, but there's not a lot of instructions on how to get it set up. Here's what I did. Installing Intel CPU OpenCL on Ubuntu (12.04).
To install it on Ubuntu 12.10/12.04/Linux Mint 13, run this command: sudo apt-get install preload.
Ubuntu 12.10 vs Kubuntu 12.10 vs Xubuntu 12.10 vs Lubuntu 12.10. As mentioned in my previous post, tonight I tested all the Ubuntu sisters on my PC from pen drive.
By default, the official Ubuntu 12.04 image available on EC2 do not have SR-IOV enabled.
Ubuntu 12.04.5 and 14.04 support an option ("forcepae") to enable PAE on Pentium M CPUs (where it is disabled by default). To enable it: Boot the 32-bit Ubuntu (or Xubuntu etc.) installer. When the image of the keyboard and little man in circle appears hit the Tab key.
CPU Undervolting with Ubuntu 12.04. Hi guys, PHC stands for Processor Hardware Control and, as it's easy to understand, it allows users to customize some features of.