I will try to explain this as best I can. I have two computers; one a Supermicro X10SAE running CentOS 6, the other a very old DOS box.[*] The DOSbox runs a CCD camera, sending images via Ethernet to the X10SAE.Thus, the X10SAE runs a Python server..
On my new Haswell-based machines, I am occasionally seeing entries like the following in /var/log/messages: kernel: [Hardware Error]: Machine check events logged(I would not have even noticed them, except that they get flagged by logwatch.)These messa..
I have been following these instructions:https://www.CentOS.org/forums/viewtopic.php?tP1to put a bunch of utilities (Clonezilla, SystemRescue, CentOS netinstall/rescue, etc.)on a single USB key.It works great for everything (including Ubuntu Live) exc..
I have finally received and am configuring my new workstations eith the NVS510 graphics cards, and have run into rather a problem.The X server seems to be loading the NOUVEAU driver properly (based on the contents of Xorg.0.log), but I have one X11 applicat..
I manage a set of CentOS operations workstations which are all clones of each other (3 live and 1 spare kept powered down); each has a single drive with four partitions (/boot, /, /home, swap). Ive already set up crond rsync jobs to copy the operati..
Im having an odd problem which I cant seem to find the answer to. I have recently upgraded from CentOS 5 to CentOS 6 (using a fresh install and migrate). However, I have a bunch of Tk widgets that use font names like 12×24 and 5×7, etc.Under CentO..
Quick question that I havent been able to find the answer to (and not for lack of trying, believe me): Is dual-monitor display for the new Intel HDGraphics 4600 (Haswell, e.g. Intel E3-1200v3 family processors) supported in CentOS 6.4? In particul..
All-Ah, the saga of the 1U workstation continues. So, in all my work configuring the thing, I completely forgot about AUDIO; I only realized my mistake when Iwent on a cable-measuring expedition this morning.Unfortunately, none of the1U servers Ive b..
So, in the ongoing saga of the unusual 1U short-depth workstation, we have narrowed the field to two choices. Both entrants are configured with 16GB memory (4x4GB), two 2.5 drives (1x250GB SSD and 1x1TB HDD), and an NVIDIA NVS510 graphic card (quad display)..
So, after some discussion of our new control workstations, we are iterating in on a solution; we are looking at a 1U short-depth SuperMicro SuperServer 5017R-MF with a graphics card in the PCI-Ex16 expansion slot. However, the display requirements h..