hello ! i am working on extjs , i already post my question in sencha forum , now i am here to get some help , i want to send parameters when i click button , how can i do this , please help me , Regards
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Hi Guys, I have a USB disk with ext3 file system created in linux. I want to re format it to FAT16 somehow. I dont have a linux system but have only a windows xp machine. Please help me to do it. Thanks.
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Hi, I am currently using [COLOR="Red"]Windows 7 professional (64-bit)[/COLOR] in my desktop. But i want to use Linux concurrently to Windows. Every time i try to install Linux using Live-CD,[COLOR="red"] it gets struck in the process[/COLOR]. I just see the Icon for a few minutes then my PC hangs. I don't know what the problem is. So, [COLOR="Green"]please help me.[/COLOR] I have tried to install [COLOR="green"]Ubuntu 11.04/10.10 and Zorin 5[/COLOR]. The same thing happens. Also, I have every drive partitioned in[COLOR="green"] NTFS System[/COLOR]. As far as i heard linux needs the drive to be in[COLOR="Red"] ext3 [/COLOR]system, am i right?
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News Story Is There a Perfect Linux Filesystem?
Most often, when someone talks about a filesystem or file system, they're referring to disk filesystems such as NTFS, FAT, ext2, ext3, ext4, ISO 9660 and many others but can also refer to network file systems such as CIFS (Common Internet File System aka Samba) and NFS. A filesystem is a specially-designed database of files, their disk location, definition and attributes. Everything on a Unix or Linux filesystem is a file: Directories, processes, links, programs, and device references. All files. But, is there a perfect filesystem? Distributed filesystems such as [URL="http://www.google.com"]Google[/URL]'s filesystem come pretty close. Ext4 is being praised as …
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