Android Studio works quite slow with a normal SATA Hard Disk Drive (HDD), on a computer. To overcome this, there are a few solutions, including waiting for the good folks at Google to release another efficient version, or if you are seriously into Android development, then you can augment the hardware of your computer by … Continue reading Select and set up a Crucial M2.2280 NVMe PCIe SSD
To install KVM on Fedora, open a terminal window and enter:$ sudo dnf -y install bridge-utils libvirt virt-install qemu-kvm <enter> Next, install virtual machine management tools:$ sudo dnf -y install virt-top libguestfs-tools <enter> Start the daemon:$ sudo systemctl start libvirtd <enter>$ sudo systemctl enable libvirtd <enter> This is a required step to use Android Studio's … Continue reading How to install kvm on Fedora Linux
To find the serial number of the computer, open a terminal window and install dmidecode using apt-get as below:$ sudo apt-get install dmidecode <enter> Thereafter, enter the following command to get the serial number:$ sudo dmidecode | grep -i serial <enter> Now you will see the serial number of the computer. The serial number is … Continue reading How to find serial number of computer in Linux using dmidecode
If you bought a new laptop with Windows 10 pre-installed on it, to find the product key in Linux, open a terminal window and enter the following command: $ sudo strings /sys/firmware/acpi/tables/MSDM <enter>
I installed Lubuntu 18.04 LTS after it was released. Unfortunately, the CPU temperatures never were below 70 degrees Celsius. I could toast bread on the laptop. To reduce overheating: 1. Go to BIOS and change Graphics from Optimus to UMA. 2. In Lubuntu, make sure NVIDIA is disabled. The problem with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS is … Continue reading How to reduce overheating on Ubuntu (May also work on Xubuntu)
To find out the details of every hardware component in a Linux computer, open a terminal window and enter: $ sudo lshw <enter> Display all hardware information in Linux using lshw in a shorter report $ sudo lshw --short <enter> The report generated is very detailed and precise. It can be used to help decisions … Continue reading Display all hardware information in Linux using lshw
This error Error ko:~/android-sdk-linux/tools/emulator64-arm: invalid option -- '-enable-kvm' only comes if you are trying to use KVM with and arm processor. KVM with android studio currently only works with Intel processors.
I recently applied the latest Windows 8.1 patches. To my dismay, I found that the core Ubuntu 14.04 entries at boot time were missing and by default, the laptop always booted into Windows 8.1. This meant that my Ubuntu EFI boot partition had been corrupted or taken over by Windows 8.1 patches that probably updated … Continue reading Ubuntu Boot Manager Partition entry overwritten after Windows 8.1 patch update
If you need to view the boot manager entries in Linux, open a terminal window and enter the command as below.$ sudo efibootmgr -v <enter> Above command lists out all the boot partitions for EFI.
Check if kvm can run on the computer $ sudo kvm-ok <enter> If it returns lines as follows, then it will work INFO: /dev/kvm exists KVM acceleration can be used Install qemu-kvmOpen a terminal window and enter the commands below.$ sudo apt-get install qemu-kvm libvirt-daemon-system libvirt-clients bridge-utils virt-viewer virt-manager <enter> $ sudo adduser <user> libvirt … Continue reading Install kvm on Ubuntu Linux