Monday, March 11, 2013

Ubuntu Linux tutorial

Ubuntu Linux Tutorial and Background

Chapter 0: Introduction to Ubuntu - http://youtu.be/GnvGBOYbB_Q 
Chapter 1: To create a USB installation stick in Windows -http://youtu.be/56qKwJP10Bs 
Chapter 2: Start using the system - http://youtu.be/5EtO2pzo35I 
Chapter 3: Useful programs to install - http://youtu.be/RPeIjq4yyXo 
Chapter 4: Running Spotify or other windows products:http://youtu.be/RPeIjq4yyXo 
Chapter 5: Short introduction to "system settings" -http://youtu.be/VXTNyWLWUt0 
Chapter 6: Running media files -- XBMC -http://youtu.be/3Pc2uIJIezA 
Chapter 7: Running Office packages on Ubuntu -http://youtu.be/vVfFxS4o-nM 
Chapter 8: Keep your system updated -http://youtu.be/C0KJkviCBfY 
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Monday, February 25, 2013

Computer for Grandma

Computer for Grandma presentation


Friday, February 8, 2013

Linux kernel 3.8-rc7 is out today!

Linux kernel 3.8-rc7 is out today!



There are many interesting changes this time around.
The first article on Phoronix.com:
The second article from LWN.net. This one usually cost money but I am paying subscriber so I created a free link.
So enjoy:

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

An interesting outcome for android ASUS TF700t ... My handy work.

Article Link: http://www.xda-developers.com/android/asus-tf700t-bootloader-unlocker-app-decompiled-for-modding/


ASUS TF700T Bootloader Unlocker App Decompiled for Modding



ASUS TF700T Bootloader Unlocker App Decompiled for Modding
ASUS has a pretty long history of releasing unlocker tools for their devices. We’ve brought you news about these tools before. Unfortunately, not not all of them work perfectly, but many ASUS owners still appreciate the effort. The ASUS Transformer TF700Thad its unlocker tool released awhile back, but now it’s been decompiled and the source released.
XDA Forum Member ostar2 took the time to break the unlocker tool down and release the code for modding purposes. As ostar2 explains:
I have fully decompiled and deobfsucated the bootloader unlock tool provided by Asus for the tf700t. I was wondering if someone here would be able to modify it so it would not submit data to Asus and void the warranty. I believe that this would be a great help to any one who owns the Asus Transformer Pad infinity.
It’s pretty well known that similar efforts proved futile with the ASUS Transformer Primeunlocker tool, as the tool requires access to ASUS’s website to get the device-specific unlock token. However, that doesn’t mean it can’t be modded for other purposes, or to simply allow the developers to see what exactly is going on.
For more details and discussion, check out the original thread.
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This is an article someone wrote about what I had accomplished before I even had purchased my tablet. ASUS takes information from its customers, this includes their Google account name and password. I had decided to decompile and deobfuscate the bootloader unlock tool.

An example of an unethical deed


Corbet's picture
As has recently been announced on the main kernel.org page, the main kernel.org server (known as “hera”) was recently compromised by an unknown intruder. This person was able to gain “root” access, meaning they had the full run of the system. Speaking as just one of many members of the kernel development community, I can say that this episode is disturbing and embarrassing. But I can also say that there is no need to worry about the integrity of the kernel source or of any other software hosted on the kernel.org systems.
Kernel.org is, of course, the home for the Linux kernel. Many other projects live there as well. On the face of it, that would make kernel.org a tempting target for an attack. What self-respecting cracker wouldn’t want an opportunity to place some special code into the Linux kernel? Such code would, over time, find its way into millions of machines worldwide. The injection of backdoors or other malware is a concern for any software maintainer - open source or otherwise - but it turns out that we are well protected against that sort of attack.
If kernel developers worked by shipping simple files of source code around, they might well be vulnerable to malware added by an intruder. But that is not how kernel development is done. The code for the kernel (and for many other projects) is managed with the “git” source code management system. And git does not allow the code to be modified by third parties without people knowing about it. It’s worth taking a moment to look at how that works.
A cryptographic “hashing function” is a mathematical formula which boils the contents of a file down to a small number. “Small” is relative; git’s hash function produces 160-bit numbers, which are quite big by normal standards - it is roughly equal to the number of atoms in the Earth. The key to the hash function is that, if the contents of the file change, the hash will change too. Creating any new file matching the hash of an existing file is not really possible; if you want that new file to look like the old one with the exception of a bit of hostile code, the challenge is even bigger. So an attacker would be unable to change a file without changing its hash as well. Git checks hashes regularly, so a simplistic attempt to corrupt a file would be flagged almost immediately.
The hashing does not stop there. For any given state of the kernel source tree, git calculates a hash based on (1) the hashes of all the files contained within that tree, and (2) the hashes of all of the previous states of the tree. So, for example, the hash for the kernel at the 3.0 release is 02f8c6aee8df3cdc935e9bdd4f2d020306035dbe. There is no way to change any of the files within that release - or within any previous release - without changing that hash. If anybody (even the kernel.org repository) were to present a 3.0 kernel with a different hash, it would be immediately apparent that something was not right.
You might be thinking that 02f8c6aee8df3cdc935e9bdd4f2d020306035dbe is an awfully long number to memorize and check. If we were dependent on humans to check the hash values, we would have reason to worry. But computers are very good at checking those values. And there are a lot of computers available to do that checking.
The machine I am typing this article on has a full copy of the kernel git repository. Actually, it has more than one. All kernel developers - and many people who are not kernel developers - have at least one copy of the repository somewhere. If an attacker were to corrupt the kernel.org repository, those other developers would notice the next time they updated their personal repositories - something that happens many times every day. If the attacker were to simply add new patches that had not gone through Linus Torvalds’s personal copy of the repository (which is not the copy on kernel.org), he would notice the next time he tried to make a change of his own. Git will see that the hash values are not what they should be and raise the alarm.
Kernel.org may seem like the place where kernel development is done, but it’s not; it’s really just a distribution point. The integrity of that distribution point is protected by the combination of clever software and thousands of copies of the repository distributed around the world. So when we say that we know the kernel source has not been compromised on kernel.org, we really know it.
The kernel.org administrators have shown themselves to be careful and capable people over many years. It seems like they’ve had some sleepless nights, with the prospect of quite a few more to come. It will be necessary to rebuild the kernel.org infrastructure and to figure out how the attacker got in. The integrity of those systems was lost; restoring it and protecting it into the future will take a considerable amount of work. But people running Linux need not worry about the integrity of their kernels; that is protected by defenses stronger than those of any single computer.
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The Linux kernel was hacked last year. Luckily kernel.org is not the only place the Linux kernel source code kept.

Computer #1 Specs


Computer #1 Specs:
Resource Summary Report - Page: 1
******************** SYSTEM SUMMARY ********************
Windows Version: Windows 5.1 Service Pack 3 (Build 2600)
Registered Owner: Unknown
Registered Organization: Unknown
Computer Name: UABRM33-01
Machine Type: Unknown
System BIOS Version: Unknown
System BIOS Date: Unknown
Processor Type: x86 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10
Processor Vendor: GenuineIntel
Number of Processors: 2
Physical Memory: 1978 MB
******************** DISK DRIVE INFO ********************
Drive C:
Type: Fixed disk drive
Total Space: 160,039,784,448 bytes
Free Space: 101,265,424,384 bytes
Heads: 255
Cylinders: 19457
Sectors Per Track: 63
Bytes Per Sector: 512
******************** IRQ SUMMARY ********************
IRQ Usage Summary:
(ISA) 0 System timer
*(ISA) 1 Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural PS/2 Keyboard
(ISA) 4 Communications Port (COM1)
(ISA) 8 System CMOS/real time clock
(ISA) 9 Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System
*(ISA) 12 PS/2 Compatible Mouse
(ISA) 13 Numeric data processor
(PCI) 16 Intel(R) Q45/Q43 Express Chipset
(PCI) 16 Intel(R) Management Engine Interface
(PCI) 17 Intel(R) Active Management Technology - SOL (COM3)
(PCI) 18 Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller
(PCI) 18 Intel(R) ICH10D/DO SATA AHCI Controller
(PCI) 19 Intel(R) 82567LM-3 Gigabit Network Connection
(PCI) 20 Intel(R) ICH10 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 3A67
(PCI) 20 Intel(R) ICH10 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 3A64
(PCI) 20 Intel(R) ICH10 Family USB Enhanced Host Controller - 3A6A
(PCI) 21 Intel(R) ICH10 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 3A68
(PCI) 21 Microsoft UAA Bus Driver for High Definition Audio
(PCI) 21 Intel(R) ICH10 Family PCI Express Root Port 2 - 3A72
(PCI) 21 Intel(R) ICH10 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 3A65
(PCI) 22 Intel(R) ICH10 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 3A69
(PCI) 22 Intel(R) ICH10 Family USB Enhanced Host Controller - 3A6C
(PCI) 22 Intel(R) ICH10 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 3A66
******************** DMA USAGE SUMMARY ********************
DMA Usage Summary:
4 Direct memory access controller
******************** MEMORY SUMMARY ********************
Memory Usage Summary:
[00000000 - 0009FFFF] System board
[000A0000 - 000BFFFF] PCI bus
[000A0000 - 000BFFFF] Intel(R) Q45/Q43 Express Chipset
[000CE600 - 000E3FFF] System board
[000E4000 - 000FFFFF] System board
[00100000 - 7DFFFFFF] System board
[7E000000 - F3FFFFFF] PCI bus
[E0000000 - EFFFFFFF] Intel(R) Q45/Q43 Express Chipset
[F0000000 - F03FFFFF] Intel(R) Q45/Q43 Express Chipset
[F0500000 - F051FFFF] Intel(R) 82567LM-3 Gigabit Network Connection
[F0520000 - F0523FFF] Microsoft UAA Bus Driver for High Definition Audio
Resource Summary Report - Page: 2
[F0524000 - F0524FFF] Intel(R) Active Management Technology - SOL (COM3)
[F0525000 - F0525FFF] Intel(R) 82567LM-3 Gigabit Network Connection
[F0526000 - F05267FF] Intel(R) ICH10D/DO SATA AHCI Controller
[F0526800 - F0526BFF] Intel(R) ICH10 Family USB Enhanced Host Controller - 3A6C
[F0526C00 - F0526FFF] Intel(R) ICH10 Family USB Enhanced Host Controller - 3A6A
[F0527100 - F052710F] Intel(R) Management Engine Interface
[F4000000 - F7FFFFFF] System board
[F8000000 - FEBFFFFF] PCI bus
[FEB00000 - FEBFFFFF] Intel(R) Q45/Q43 Express Chipset
[FEC00000 - FEC00FFF] Advanced programmable interrupt controller
[FEC01000 - FECFFFFF] System board
[FED00000 - FED003FF] High precision event timer
[FED00400 - FED3FFFF] System board
[FED40000 - FED44FFF] PCI bus
[FED40000 - FED44FFF] Infineon Trusted Platform Module
[FED45000 - FFFFFFFF] System board
******************** IO PORT SUMMARY ********************
I/O Ports Usage Summary:
[00000000 - 00000CF7] PCI bus
[00000000 - 0000000F] Direct memory access controller
[00000010 - 0000001F] Motherboard resources
[00000020 - 0000002F] Programmable interrupt controller
[00000030 - 0000003F] Programmable interrupt controller
[00000040 - 00000043] System timer
[0000004E - 0000004F] Infineon Trusted Platform Module
[00000050 - 00000053] Motherboard resources
*[00000060 - 00000060] Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural PS/2 Keyboard
[00000061 - 00000061] System speaker
*[00000064 - 00000064] Standard 101/102-Key or Microsoft Natural PS/2 Keyboard
[00000070 - 00000071] System CMOS/real time clock
[00000072 - 00000077] Motherboard resources
[00000080 - 0000008F] Direct memory access controller
[00000090 - 0000009F] Motherboard resources
[000000A0 - 000000BF] Programmable interrupt controller
[000000C0 - 000000DF] Direct memory access controller
[000000F0 - 000000FF] Numeric data processor
[00000274 - 00000277] ISAPNP Read Data Port
[00000279 - 00000279] ISAPNP Read Data Port
[000003B0 - 000003BB] Intel(R) Q45/Q43 Express Chipset
[000003C0 - 000003DF] Intel(R) Q45/Q43 Express Chipset
[000003F8 - 000003FF] Communications Port (COM1)
[00000400 - 0000041F] Motherboard resources
[00000420 - 0000043F] Motherboard resources
[00000440 - 0000045F] Motherboard resources
[00000460 - 0000047F] Motherboard resources
[000004D0 - 000004D1] Motherboard resources
[00000800 - 0000087F] Motherboard resources
[00000880 - 000008FF] Motherboard resources
[00000A79 - 00000A79] ISAPNP Read Data Port
[00000CB0 - 00000CBB] Infineon Trusted Platform Module
[00001000 - 00002FFF] PCI bus
[00001100 - 0000111F] Intel(R) 82567LM-3 Gigabit Network Connection
[00001120 - 0000113F] Intel(R) ICH10 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 3A67
[00001140 - 0000115F] Intel(R) ICH10 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 3A68
[00001160 - 0000117F] Intel(R) ICH10 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 3A69
[00001180 - 0000119F] Intel(R) ICH10 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 3A64
[000011A0 - 000011BF] Intel(R) ICH10 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 3A65
[000011C0 - 000011DF] Intel(R) ICH10 Family USB Universal Host Controller - 3A66
[000011E0 - 000011FF] Intel(R) ICH10D/DO SATA AHCI Controller
[00001220 - 0000122F] Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller
[00001230 - 00001237] Intel(R) Q45/Q43 Express Chipset
[00001238 - 0000123F] Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller
[00001240 - 00001247] Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller
[00001248 - 0000124F] Intel(R) Active Management Technology - SOL (COM3)
[00001250 - 00001257] Intel(R) ICH10D/DO SATA AHCI Controller
[00001258 - 0000125F] Intel(R) ICH10D/DO SATA AHCI Controller
[00001260 - 00001263] Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller
[00001264 - 00001267] Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller
[00001268 - 0000126B] Intel(R) ICH10D/DO SATA AHCI Controller
Resource Summary Report - Page: 3
[0000126C - 0000126F] Intel(R) ICH10D/DO SATA AHCI Controller
[00003000 - 00006FFF] PCI bus
[00007000 - 0000AFFF] PCI bus
[0000B000 - 0000FFFF] PCI bus
[0000F800 - 0000F81F] Motherboard resources
[0000F820 - 0000F83F] Motherboard resources
[0000F840 - 0000F85F] Motherboard resources
[0000F860 - 0000F87F] Motherboard resources
[0000FA00 - 0000FA3F] Motherboard resources
[0000FC00 - 0000FC7F] Motherboard resources
[0000FC80 - 0000FCFF] Motherboard resources
[0000FE00 - 0000FE7F] Motherboard resources
[0000FE80 - 0000FEFF] Motherboard resources

Monday, February 4, 2013

Computer Specs

HardInfo (0.5.1) System Report

Computer

Summary
Computer
ProcessorIntel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 440 @ 2.00GHz
Memory5074MB (691MB used)
Operating SystemArch Linux
User Nameadam (Unknown)
Date/TimeMon 04 Feb 2013 03:59:35 PM EST
Display
Resolution1366x768 pixels
OpenGL RendererMesa DRI Intel(R) G33
X11 VendorThe X.Org Foundation
Multimedia
Audio AdapterHDA-Intel - HDA Intel
Input Devices
Logitech USB Receiver
Logitech USB Receiver
Power Button
Power Button
HDA Digital PCBeep
HDA Intel Line
HDA Intel Front Mic
HDA Intel Rear Mic
HDA Intel Front Headphone
HDA Intel Line Out Side
HDA Intel Line Out CLFE
HDA Intel Line Out Surround
HDA Intel Line Out Front
Printers
No printers found
SCSI Disks
ATA WDC WD2500AAJS-7
HL-DT-ST DVD-RAM GH10L
HP Photosmart D110
SanDisk Cruzer Glide
Operating System
Version
KernelLinux 3.6.11-1-ARCH (x86_64)
Compiled#1 SMP PREEMPT Tue Dec 18 08:57:15 CET 2012
C LibraryGNU C Library version 2.17 (stable)
Default C CompilerGNU C Compiler version 4.7.2 (GCC)
DistributionArch Linux
Current Session
Computer Namearchbang
User Nameadam (Unknown)
Home Directory/home/adam
Desktop EnvironmentUnknown (Window Manager: Openbox)
Misc
Uptime24 minutes
Load Average5.14, 5.22, 3.09
Kernel Modules
Loaded Modules
ablk_helper
cryptd
aes_x86_64
aes_generic
arc4
ath9k_htc
ath9k_common
ath9k_hw
snd_hda_codec_realtek
iTCO_wdt
iTCO_vendor_support
ath
mac80211
i915
cfg80211
snd_hda_intel
rfkill
coretemp
snd_hda_codec
video
drm_kms_helper
drm
i2c_algo_bit
usblp
fan
lpc_ich
snd_hwdep
snd_pcm
i2c_i801
snd_page_alloc
i2c_core
joydev
intel_agp
intel_gtt
snd_timer
evdev
psmouse
snd
serio_raw
thermal
dcdbas
processor
soundcore
button
microcode
jfs
hid_generic
usbhid
hid
sr_mod
cdrom
sd_mod
ata_generic
pata_acpi
usb_storage
uhci_hcd
ata_piix
libata
scsi_mod
ehci_hcd
usbcore
usb_common
Boots
Boots
Mon Feb 4 15:333..6.11-1-ARCH|-
Wed Jan 16 09:1033..6.11-1-ARCH|-
Wed Jan 16 08:5933..6.11-1-ARCH|-
Wed Jan 16 08:0533..6.11-1-ARCH|-
Tue Jan 15 16:1933..6.11-1-ARCH|-
Mon Jan 14 16:0933..6.11-1-ARCH|-
Languages
Available Languages
Filesystems
Mounted File Systems
rootfs/14.64 % (12.5 GiB of 14.6 GiB)
dev/dev0.00 % (2.4 GiB of 2.4 GiB)
run/run0.03 % (2.4 GiB of 2.4 GiB)
/dev/sdc2/14.64 % (12.5 GiB of 14.6 GiB)
tmpfs/dev/shm0.65 % (2.4 GiB of 2.4 GiB)
tmpfs/sys/fs/cgroup0.00 % (2.4 GiB of 2.4 GiB)
tmpfs/tmp0.01 % (2.4 GiB of 2.4 GiB)
tmpfs/etc/pacman.d/gnupg0.03 % (2.4 GiB of 2.4 GiB)
/dev/sdc4/home0.39 % (12.6 GiB of 12.6 GiB)
/dev/sdc1/boot4.77 % (474.0 MiB of 497.8 MiB)
Display
Display
Resolution1366x768 pixels
VendorThe X.Org Foundation
Version1.13.1
Monitors
Monitor 01366x768 pixels
Extensions
BIG-REQUESTS
Composite
DAMAGE
DOUBLE-BUFFER
DPMS
DRI2
GLX
Generic Event Extension
MIT-SCREEN-SAVER
MIT-SHM
RANDR
RECORD
RENDER
SECURITY
SGI-GLX
SHAPE
SYNC
X-Resource
XC-MISC
XFIXES
XFree86-DGA
XFree86-VidModeExtension
XINERAMA
XInputExtension
XKEYBOARD
XTEST
XVideo
OpenGL
VendorIntel Open Source Technology Center
RendererMesa DRI Intel(R) G33
Version2.0 Mesa 9.0.1
Direct RenderingYes
Environment Variables
Environment Variables
XDG_VTNR7
XDG_SESSION_ID1
XDG_DATA_HOME/home/adam/.local/share
SHELL/bin/bash
TERMxterm
DEopenbox
WINDOWID39846169
USERadam
XDG_CONFIG_DIRS/etc/xdg
MAIL/var/mail/adam
PATH/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/usr/bin/core_perl
LC_COLLATEC
PWD/home/adam/Desktop/sysinfo
EDITORnano
LANGen_US.UTF-8
SHLVL1
XDG_SEATseat0
HOME/home/adam
XDG_CONFIG_HOME/home/adam/.config
XDG_CACHE_HOME/home/adam/.cache
LOGNAMEadam
XDG_DATA_DIRS/usr/local/share/:/usr/share/
BROWSERfirefox
XDG_RUNTIME_DIR/run/user/1000
DISPLAY:0.0
XAUTHORITY/home/adam/.Xauthority
COLORTERMxfce4-terminal
_/usr/bin/hardinfo
OLDPWD/home/adam/Desktop
Users
Users
rootroot
binbin
daemondaemon
mailmail
ftpftp
httphttp
uuidduuidd
dbusdbus
nobodynobody
nbd
avahiavahi
polkitdPolicy Kit Daemon
usbmuxusbmux user
adam
rtkitRealtimeKit

Devices


The specs(generated By HardInfo:

Processor
NameIntel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 440 @ 2.00GHz
Family, model, stepping6, 22, 1 (Pentium III/Pentium III Xeon/Celeron)
VendorIntel
Configuration
Cache Size512kb
Frequency1994.83MHz
BogoMIPS3991.89
Byte OrderLittle Endian
Features
FDIV Bugno
HLT Bugno
F00F Bugno
Coma Bugno
Has FPUyes
Cache
Level 1 (Data)8-way set-associative, 64 sets, 32KB size
Level 1 (Instruction)8-way set-associative, 64 sets, 32KB size
Level 2 (Unified)2-way set-associative, 4096 sets, 512KB size
Capabilities
fpuFloating Point Unit
vmeVirtual 86 Mode Extension
deDebug Extensions - I/O breakpoints
psePage Size Extensions (4MB pages)
tscTime Stamp Counter and RDTSC instruction
msrModel Specific Registers
paePhysical Address Extensions
mceMachine Check Architeture
cx8CMPXCHG8 instruction
apicAdvanced Programmable Interrupt Controller
sepFast System Call (SYSENTER/SYSEXIT)
mtrrMemory Type Range Registers
pgePage Global Enable
mcaMachine Check Architecture
cmovConditional Move instruction
patPage Attribute Table
pse3636bit Page Size Extensions
clflushCache Line Flush instruction
dtsDebug Store
acpiThermal Monitor and Software Controlled Clock
mmxMMX technology
fxsrFXSAVE and FXRSTOR instructions
sseSSE instructions
sse2SSE2 (WNI) instructions
ssSelf Snoop
tmThermal Monitor
pbePending Break Enable
syscallSYSCALL and SYSEXIT instructions
nxNo-execute Page Protection
lmLAHF/SAHF in long mode
constant_tscTSC ticks at a constant rate
upsmp kernel running on up
arch_perfmonIntel Architectural PerfMon
pebsPrecise-Event Based Sampling
btsBranch Trace Store
rep_goodrep microcode works well on this CPU
nopl
aperfmperf
pniStreaming SIMD Extension 3 (Prescott New Instruction)
dtes64
monitor
ds_cplCPL Qualified Debug Store
tm2Thermal Monitor 2
ssse3Supplemental Streaming SIMD Extension 3
cx16CMPXCHG16B instruction
xtprSend Task Priority Messages
pdcm
l
Memory
Memory
Total Memory5074800 kB
Free Memory3607520 kB
Buffers984 kB
Cached776476 kB
Cached Swap0 kB
Active768212 kB
Inactive564304 kB
Active(anon)618896 kB
Inactive(anon)80900 kB
Active(file)149316 kB
Inactive(file)483404 kB
Unevictable0 kB
Mlocked0 kB
Virtual Memory2097148 kB
Free Virtual Memory2097148 kB
Dirty1508 kB
Writeback0 kB
AnonPages555104 kB
Mapped119312 kB
Shmem144716 kB
Slab44988 kB
SReclaimable31160 kB
SUnreclaim13828 kB
KernelStack1480 kB
PageTables15460 kB
NFS_Unstable0 kB
Bounce0 kB
WritebackTmp0 kB
CommitLimit4634548 kB
Committed_AS1596056 kB
VmallocTotal34359738367 kB
VmallocUsed573132 kB
VmallocChunk34359156700 kB
HardwareCorrupted0 kB
AnonHugePages198656 kB
HugePages_Total0
HugePages_Free0
HugePages_Rsvd0
HugePages_Surp0
Hugepagesize2048 kB
DirectMap4k11840 kB
DirectMap2M5220352 kB
PCI Devices
PCI Devices
Host bridgeIntel Corporation 82G33/G31/P35/P31 Express DRAM Controller
PCI bridgeIntel Corporation 82G33/G31/P35/P31 Express PCI Express Root Port
VGA compatible controllerIntel Corporation 82G33/G31 Express Integrated Graphics Controller
USB controllerIntel Corporation 82801I
USB controllerIntel Corporation 82801I
USB controllerIntel Corporation 82801I
USB controllerIntel Corporation 82801I
Audio deviceIntel Corporation 82801I
USB controllerIntel Corporation 82801I
USB controllerIntel Corporation 82801I
USB controllerIntel Corporation 82801I
USB controllerIntel Corporation 82801I
PCI bridgeIntel Corporation 82801 PCI Bridge
ISA bridgeIntel Corporation 82801IR
IDE interfaceIntel Corporation 82801IR/IO/IH
SMBusIntel Corporation 82801I
IDE interfaceIntel Corporation 82801I
USB Devices
Printers
Printers
No printers found
Battery
No batteries
No batteries found on this system
Sensors
Input Devices
Input Devices
Logitech USB Receiver
Logitech USB Receiver
Power Button
Power Button
HDA Digital PCBeep
HDA Intel Line
HDA Intel Front Mic
HDA Intel Rear Mic
HDA Intel Front Headphone
HDA Intel Line Out Side
HDA Intel Line Out CLFE
HDA Intel Line Out Surround
HDA Intel Line Out Front
Storage
SCSI Disks
ATA WDC WD2500AAJS-7
HL-DT-ST DVD-RAM GH10L
HP Photosmart D110
SanDisk Cruzer Glide
DMI
BIOS
Date02/24/2009
VendorDell Inc. (Dell Computer, www.dell.com)
Version1.0.18
Board
Name0RY007
VendorDell Inc. (Dell Computer, www.dell.com)
Resources
I/O Ports
0000-0cf7 PCI Bus 0000:00
0000-001f dma1
0020-0021 pic1
0040-0043 timer0
0050-0053 timer1
0060-0060 keyboard
0064-0064 keyboard
0070-0073 rtc0
0080-008f dma page reg
00a0-00a1 pic2
00c0-00df dma2
00f0-00ff fpu
0290-0297 pnp 00:01
03c0-03df vesafb
0400-04bf pnp 00:08
0400-0403 ACPI PM1a_EVT_BLK
0404-0405 ACPI PM1a_CNT_BLK
0408-040b ACPI PM_TMR
0420-042f ACPI GPE0_BLK
0430-0433 iTCO_wdt
0430-0433 iTCO_wdt
0460-047f iTCO_wdt
0460-047f iTCO_wdt
04d0-04d1 pnp 00:01
0500-051f Intel Corporation 82801I
0500-051f i801_smbus
0800-087f pnp 00:01
0880-088f pnp 00:01
0cf8-0cff PCI conf1
0d00-ffff PCI Bus 0000:00
c000-cfff PCI Bus 0000:01
d000-dfff PCI Bus 0000:02
ec00-ec0f Intel Corporation 82801I
ec00-ec0f ata_piix
ed00-ed0f Intel Corporation 82801I
ed00-ed0f ata_piix
ee00-ee03 Intel Corporation 82801I
ee00-ee03 ata_piix
ef00-ef07 Intel Corporation 82801I
ef00-ef07 ata_piix
f000-f003 Intel Corporation 82801I
f000-f003 ata_piix
f100-f107 Intel Corporation 82801I
f100-f107 ata_piix
f300-f30f Intel Corporation 82801IR/IO/IH
f300-f30f ata_piix
f400-f40f Intel Corporation 82801IR/IO/IH
f400-f40f ata_piix
f500-f503 Intel Corporation 82801IR/IO/IH
f500-f503 ata_piix
f600-f607 Intel Corporation 82801IR/IO/IH
f600-f607 ata_piix
f700-f703 Intel Corporation 82801IR/IO/IH
f700-f703 ata_piix
f800-f807 Intel Corporation 82801IR/IO/IH
f800-f807 ata_piix
f900-f91f Intel Corporation 82801I
f900-f91f uhci_hcd
fa00-fa1f Intel Corporation 82801I
fa00-fa1f uhci_hcd
fb00-fb1f Intel Corporation 82801I
fb00-fb1f uhci_hcd
fc00-fc1f Intel Corporation 82801I
fc00-fc1f uhci_hcd
fd00-fd1f Intel Corporation 82801I
fd00-fd1f uhci_hcd
fe00-fe1f Intel Corporation 82801I
fe00-fe1f uhci_hcd
ff00-ff07 Intel Corporation 82G33/G31 Express Integrated Graphics Controller
Memory
00000000-0000ffff reserved
00010000-0009ebff System RAM
0009ec00-0009ffff reserved
000a0000-000bffff PCI Bus 0000:00
000c0000-000dffff PCI Bus 0000:00
000c0000-000c7fff Video ROM
000e0000-000effff pnp 00:0b
000f0000-000fffff reserved
000f0000-000fffff System ROM
00100000-cf58ffff System RAM
01000000-0149e2e1 Kernel code
0149e2e2-018a9d3f Kernel data
01971000-01aaffff Kernel bss
cf590000-cf5e2fff ACPI Non-volatile Storage
cf5e3000-cf5effff ACPI Tables
cf5f0000-cf5fffff reserved
cf600000-febfffff PCI Bus 0000:00
cf600000-cf6fffff pnp 00:0b
cf700000-cf700fff Intel Flush Page
cf704000-cf707fff i915 MCHBAR
d0000000-dfffffff Intel Corporation 82G33/G31 Express Integrated Graphics Controller
e0000000-efffffff PCI MMCONFIG 0000 [bus 00-ff]
e0000000-efffffff reserved
e0000000-efffffff pnp 00:0a
fda00000-fdafffff PCI Bus 0000:01
fdb00000-fdbfffff PCI Bus 0000:01
fdc00000-fdcfffff PCI Bus 0000:02
fdd00000-fddfffff PCI Bus 0000:02
fde00000-fdefffff Intel Corporation 82G33/G31 Express Integrated Graphics Controller
fdf00000-fdf7ffff Intel Corporation 82G33/G31 Express Integrated Graphics Controller
fdff8000-fdffbfff Intel Corporation 82801I
fdff8000-fdffbfff ICH HD audio
fdffd000-fdffd0ff Intel Corporation 82801I
fdffe000-fdffe3ff Intel Corporation 82801I
fdffe000-fdffe3ff ehci_hcd
fdfff000-fdfff3ff Intel Corporation 82801I
fdfff000-fdfff3ff ehci_hcd
fec00000-ffffffff reserved
fec00000-fec003ff IOAPIC 0
fed00000-fed003ff HPET 0
fed00000-fed000ff pnp 00:0b
fed14000-fed1dfff pnp 00:0b
fed1f410-fed1f414 iTCO_wdt
fed1f410-fed1f414 iTCO_wdt
fed20000-fed9ffff pnp 00:0b
fee00000-fee00fff Local APIC
fee00000-fee00fff pnp 00:0b
ffb00000-ffb7ffff pnp 00:0b
fff00000-ffffffff pnp 00:0b
100000000-16fffffff System RAM
DMA
4cascade

Network

Interfaces
Network Interfaces
lo0.00MiB0.00MiB127.0.0.1
wlan060.92MiB3.27MiB192.168.1.40
IP Connections
Connections
192.168.1.40:54819ESTABLISHED74.125.131.125:5222tcp
192.168.1.40:34091ESTABLISHED74.125.226.228:443tcp
192.168.1.40:36734ESTABLISHED74.125.226.232:443tcp
192.168.1.40:41864ESTABLISHED173.194.75.103:443tcp
192.168.1.40:33169ESTABLISHED74.125.226.227:443tcp
192.168.1.40:40599ESTABLISHED74.125.226.206:443tcp
192.168.1.40:40598ESTABLISHED74.125.226.206:443tcp
192.168.1.40:33176ESTABLISHED74.125.226.227:443tcp
192.168.1.40:40586ESTABLISHED74.125.226.197:443tcp
192.168.1.40:50551ESTABLISHED74.125.226.199:443tcp
192.168.1.40:40589ESTABLISHED74.125.226.197:443tcp
192.168.1.40:51072TIME_WAIT202.158.214.106:80tcp
192.168.1.40:35171ESTABLISHED173.194.43.63:443tcp
192.168.1.40:51394ESTABLISHED74.125.226.224:443tcp
192.168.1.40:40591ESTABLISHED74.125.226.197:443tcp
192.168.1.40:37595ESTABLISHED74.125.226.196:443tcp
0.0.0.0:353300.0.0.0:*udp
0.0.0.0:680.0.0.0:*udp
:::17441:::*udp6
Routing Table
IP routing table
0.0.0.0 / 192.168.1.10.0.0.0UGwlan0
192.168.1.0 / 0.0.0.0255.255.255.0Uwlan0
ARP Table
ARP Table
192.168.1.1c0:c1:c0:2e:df:8dwlan0
DNS Servers
Name servers
208.59.247.45
208.59.247.46
Statistics
IP
48574Total packets received
0Incoming packets discarded
0Incoming packets discarded
48461Incoming packets delivered
26350Requests sent out
ICMP
0ICMP messages failed
0ICMP messages failed
0ICMP messages failed
0ICMP messages failed
TCP
221Active connections openings
0Passive connection openings
3Failed connection attempts
24Connection resets received
15Connections established
45407Segments received
26136Segments send out
14Segments retransmited
1Bad segments received.
26Resets sent
UDP
202Packets sent
0Send buffer errors
0Send buffer errors
202Packets sent
0Send buffer errors
0Send buffer errors
UDPLITE
TCPEXT
49TCP sockets finished time wait in fast timer
663Delayed acks sent
37645Packet headers predicted
1022Acknowledgments not containing data payload received
774Predicted acknowledgments
12DSACKs sent for old packets
14Other TCP timeouts
12DSACKs sent for old packets
11DSACKs received
1Connections reset due to unexpected data
20Connections reset due to early user close
IPEXT
Shared Directories
SAMBA
Cannot open /etc/samba/smb.conf
NFS

Benchmarks

CPU Blowfish
CPU Blowfish
This Machine1995 MHz20.399
Intel(R) Celeron(R) M processor 1.50GHz(null)26.1876862
PowerPC 740/750 (280.00MHz)(null)172.816713
CPU CryptoHash
CPU CryptoHash
This Machine1995 MHz74.724
CPU Fibonacci
CPU Fibonacci
This Machine1995 MHz5.076
Intel(R) Celeron(R) M processor 1.50GHz(null)8.1375674
PowerPC 740/750 (280.00MHz)(null)58.07682
CPU N-Queens
CPU N-Queens
This Machine1995 MHz11.606
FPU FFT
FPU FFT
This Machine1995 MHz9.041
FPU Raytracing
FPU Raytracing
This Machine1995 MHz49.035
Intel(R) Celeron(R) M processor 1.50GHz(null)40.8816714
PowerPC 740/750 (280.00MHz)(null)161.312647