A while back I built a computer with an Asus motherboard, a SSD, and two milk creates for a cheap case, and I had Xubuntu installed on it. I have tried to install Xubuntu on it again several times today but it always fails to create the partitions. I keep getting an error -> 'Creation in partitoin # x (0,0,0) failed' or something like that. Then after this happens the computer will not even boot back into the live USB Ubuntu again or even the BIOS, all I get there after is a black screen with a blinking white cursor …

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I'm having some issues with my BSP Dungeon Generation and I'm not sure why! I'd greatly appreciate the help :) Occasionally I'll get an IllegalArgumentException in RandomHelper. That may help, but it's not the issue because it only happens rarely. As you can see, [this image](http://puu.sh/nb9Ir/70efbe5e81.png) shows that the Rooms are not in the right positions, and sometimes not even the right size! It should also be spliting each leaf 4 times, but it only splits the room into 2 leafs, then stops. [Here's](http://www.roguebasin.com/index.php?title=Basic_BSP_Dungeon_generation) a link to help understand what I'm trying to accomplish. And, all the relavent code: **BSPDungeon.java** …

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Hi there, I just bought Dell XPS 15, with 500 GB HDD I have habit of using 3 partitions. One for System, 120 GB 2nd 190 GB 3rd 190 GB But now, there is recovery partition of 13.4 GB, C of almost 200+ GB & Another of again 200+ GB Is that recovery partition important. I created the partition backup for the whole C: using Acronis True Image, I hope I can use it to restore original setup if anything goes wrong. Also I do not think its good idea to have 200+ space for System Partition. 120GB is enough, …

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Hello. We have been asked to write a program of an event driven simulation in dynamic partition. where we are given a number of jobs with it's given time and job size. the job should remain on the memory until completion (time clocks down to 0). the program should measure the *throughput *storage utilization *waiting queue length *waiting time in queue *external fragmentation I'm not yet that familiar with c# programming so any thoughts on how to go about this? I've been looking on the net and it seems like pointers was used often but I don't know how to …

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For an assignment in a computer programming class, we have to install 3 linux distributions on one machine from three different trees. I chose to install Ubuntu, Fedora, and OpenSUSE. I already dual-boot Ubuntu and Windows 7, but I'm not sure about the partitioning. I have 460GB of space in my Windows partition (sda1), and 15GB in my Ubuntu partition (sda2), and was wondering how to go about partitioning for two more OSs (creating sda3 and sda4). I have 240GB of free space in my windows partition, and don't want to lose any data. I have backed up everything currently …

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Hi there, I just bought Dell XPS 15, with 500 GB HDD I have habit of using 3 partitions. One for System, 120 GB 2nd 190 GB 3rd 190 GB But now, there is hidden recovery partition of 13.4 GB, C of almost 200+ GB & Another of again 200+ GB Is that recovery partition important. I created the partition backup for the whole C: using Acronis True Image, I hope I can use it to restore original setup if anything goes wrong. Also I do not think its good idea to have 200+ space for System Partition. 120GB is …

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I found this amazingly useful for setting PCs with SSD as boot drive and a large storage drive. [url]http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/124198-user-profiles-create-move-during-windows-7-installation.html[/url] Kudos to "Kari"

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Hi all I've been trawling the net trying to find out how MySQL would handle partitioning if I don't specify any values for RANGE. My code is as follows: [CODE=MySQL]PARTITION BY RANGE(vehicle_id) PARTITIONS 10()[/CODE] The table will most likely end up having roughly 50 000+ records. Can anyone perhaps give me an idea of how MySQL will handle this?

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Hi, I am about to set up a dual boot configuration on my machine. I plan to install osx on my pc, with windows 7 being the most used partition on the machine. I would like for windows to be out the outside of the hard disk so I may have faster read/write times, but that is more of a secondary concern to the data being continuous. If I have fragmentation on my hard drive When I resize my partitions does the partition manager automatically create the data in a contiguous format, or is the data from both partitions spread …

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I running MySQL 5.1.30 on Solaris 10. As I have a table which I partition into 12 according to each month. The table structure as follow [CODE] mysql> desc my_events; +-----------+--------------+------+-----+---------+----------------+ | Field | Type | Null | Key | Default | Extra | +-----------+--------------+------+-----+---------+----------------+ | event_id | bigint(20) | NO | PRI | NULL | auto_increment | | timestamp | timestamp | NO | PRI | NULL | | | object | varchar(10) | YES | | NULL | | | info | text | YES | | NULL | | +-----------+--------------+------+-----+---------+----------------+ 4 rows in set (0.00 sec) mysql> …

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Hi, My project modules are organized in such a way that I have to maintain following Database structure. I've 5 schemas, each containing 20 to 50 tables. Each schema is accosiated with one module of the project. All the tables that are used within more than one modules are kept in "COMMON" schema. Each module takes 2 to 5 months to finish. So when first module is finished we are opening it for use, and continuing with the second one and so on. Meanwhile real data is being inserted into the finished module's schema. Also table definitions of the finished …

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Hi, My project modules are organized in such a way that I have to maintain following Database structure. I've 5 schemas, each containing 20 to 50 tables. Each schema is accosiated with one module of the project. All the tables that are used within more than one modules are kept in "COMMON" schema. Each module takes 2 to 5 months to finish. So when first module is finished we are opening it for use, and continuing with the second one and so on. Meanwhile real data is being inserted into the finished module's schema. Also table definitions of the finished …

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