Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> __/ [Ron Hardin] on Monday 05 December 2005 16:17 \__
> > What does the Ubuntu ``live CD'' do?
> > On a Dell 2200 it seems to end with power on and blank screen
> > and nothing happening, after a fairly spectacular and apparently
> > functional sequence of screen events.
> Is Ubuntu possibly having a problem with X. Perhaps it cannot bring up the
> display? This would not explain the situation convincingly as no subsequent
> activity should be expected.
> > Much HD activity, which puzzles me. Where is it writing? If it's
> > not writing, what is it reading?
> It only writes to and reads from RAM as far as I know. With 128 MB of RAM,
> for instance, the experience of a Ubuntu Live CD is quite miserable. With
> 256 MB of RAM it can be described as decent. Are you seeing the HD LED lit?
Lots of HD lit. It has 1.256 gb ram so should be extremely comfortable ramwise.
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