Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'atom'.
Hi all. I am installing Funtoo on a Lenovo C200. It has an Atom D525 processor, and the motherboard supports a maximum of 2 GB of memory, so I want to use Funtoo in 32 Bits, but in the Funtoo database, this processor appears inside the "atom 64" subarch which contains these Flags: mmx sse sse2 sse3. When analyzing my CPU with the command "lscpu" I see that it does not have sse3. And if I go to the subarch "atom 32" there is also the Flag sse3. How can I perform an installation in which Funtoo perfectly matches the processor and get the most out of it? I have b
Hello together, in my new project I am reading all ebuilds from a given path and then I would like to split the filename (string) that i found to its components: atom base and atom version. For example: /var/git/overlay/sys-apps/portage-2.1.4_rc1 I would like to get back Atom base: portage Atom version: 2.1.4_rc1 It would be even better if atom version will be split to "major.minor.micro" and "rc". Thanks for your help
Hey all. First post, but I'm a long time Funtoo supporter. I plan on getting an x86 (Intel Atom-based) tablet soon for Funtoo and I had a few questions: ? Since it's an Intel platform (it ships with Windows 8.1 32bit installed) will Grub install as if it were on a regular PC? ? Would I be able to install to an SD Card thus leaving the onboard eMMC intact with Windows in case I need it? ? What has the best chance of working with the current kernel iterations? That's all I can think of at the moment, but if I can think of something else to ask I'll edit this post/respond to anyon