Tsunami Moover com Inatel Atum

Não resisto a colocar a pic que hoje o meu colega Palma na empresa me mostrou.

Infelizmente não consegui ver isto na revista NOVA Gente, que parece trazer esta pérola na edição desta semana. Jornalismo de informática de trazer pela quinta no minimo….

A seguir aos processadores do INATEL de ATUM, temos os discorridos…. isto será um disco escorrido ? 🙂 OMFG….

Original no Techzone aqui .

 

EDIT: Aparentemente, o jornalista não é o culpado:

“Essa gralha não tem nada a haver com jornalismo, até porque conheco bem o autor desse texto, e esteve já a confirmar que nenhum erro desses existiam inicialmente no mesmo.

A culpa foi do revisor da revista que deve usar um corrector ortográfico que corrigiu automaticamente as palavras desconhecidas e deu origem a essa pérola.

Até eu me fartei de rir ” aqui

Install Ubuntu in a LG E300 – ATI Radeon™ Xpress 1250

= This will go in English in an attemp to reach a wider audience =

Recently i’ve bought a LGE E300, pre-shipped with Windows Vista Home Premium.
Curious by nature i´ve tryed to install Linux on this little machine.
Many problems have been around, tryed with Fedora 9 (i368,x86..), and Ubuntu.

In a sun beam, the answer come from Ubuntu. After searching a bit here are the steps to make this work:

sudo update-pciids (Info at http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=503695)

after this do (Info at http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=414194)

= This will go in English in an attemp to reach a wider audience =

Recently i’ve bought a LGE E300, pre-shipped with Windows Vista Home Premium.
Curious by nature i�ve tryed to install Linux on this little machine.
Many problems have been around, tryed with Fedora 9 (i368,x86..), and Ubuntu.

In a sun beam, the answer come from Ubuntu. After searching a bit here are the steps to make this work:

sudo update-pciids (Info at http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=503695)

after this do (Info at http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=414194)

  1. Boot using PC (Intel x86) alternate install CD for Ubuntu or Kubuntu.
  2. Start text mode installer and install Ubuntu/Kubuntu.
  3. Finish Install and reboot.
  4. Update package list and upgrade any packages needed.
    Code:
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
  5. Install fglrx closed source driver for ATI video cards.
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install xorg-driver-fglrx
  6. Update loaded modules.
    Code:
    sudo depmod -a

After this you have to modify your / etc/X11/xorg.conf in such a way that it includes the driver. This is very important and make me stuck a bit in get X work, because aticonfig gives a error. So you have to edit and complete it with:

Section “Device”
   …
   Driver     “fglrx”

   …
 EndSection

Resuming the tutorial…

  1. Configure / etc/X11/xorg.conf
    Code:
    sudo aticonfig --initial
    sudo aticonfig --overlay-type=Xv
  2. Reboot

After this Ubuntu will boot and starting with X perfectly 🙂