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ibrahim665

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  1. I had setup two factor authentication in facebook Now I am not receiving SMS with login code on the registered phone number
  2. You can try Ubuntu 19.04 as it is compiled with latest compilers so performance will be good. I recently installed Debian and does not have a good opinion about it.
  3. Chroot into the root drive and change the password using passwd. If After entering your username and password and hitting enter again presents you the login screen the problem might be in the latest version of dbus as most login managers struggle with latest dbus
  4. This based on my experience with several distros Ubuntu is fast, has best hardware support and easy installer. Debian is stable, but does not have very best hardware support. Arch linux lets you install what you want but the installation procedure is somewhat complex. Fedora is the test field for redhat linux Manjaro and Anterjos are based on Arch Linux , installation is easy and they are fancy Last But not the least you can try scientific linux which I haven't used.
  5. I switch between distors a lot I don't have a constant daily driver I haven't used debian before so decided to install it in my laptop with LXQT desktop(which i got to know is not simple at all) Now I am having weird backlight issues The brightness is always set to full And Instead of lowering the brightness of the backlight it seems to be changing the color of every thing in the display to mimick low brightness Which I noticed when I set the brightness lowest and there seems to be a lot of backlight seeping
  6. I am good with linux from scratch for now viewed youtube tutorials but they were outdated and my installation was not going in the same direction a it did on youtube and the gentoo documentation is a mess I couldn't understand a single thing Gentoo gave me one hell of a headache by just viewing its manuals I could have made another LFS base system with Xorg and wireless network capabilities instead of wasting my entire evening yesterday
  7. I will switch to gentoo If I found a good tutorial in youtube
  8. I will go with -march=skylake because gcc -Q -march=native --help=target | grep march` returns broadwell which is older than skylake
  9. Also I want to use runit instead of openrc-init
  10. Yeah, I thought of using gentoo, but I don't know how to build it. Once I tried building gentoo but its manual is so much confusing that I quit trying to build it.
  11. I Know that LFS gives only minimal system, but I had Xfce running on the base system and I had built LFS so many times that I know the underlying basics of a Linux system can compile it with ease. Also I don't want to hand over my pc to systemd. I prefer Xfce the most and want to have absolute control over my system.
  12. I would like to know about gcc 9.1.0 compilers compatibility with intel processors? The matter is that I want use Linux From Scratch as a daily driver. I have 7th gen Intel core i5 processor 7200U in my laptop whose code name is kabylake. When compiling the last version of Linux From Scratch I used to pass CFLAGS="-O2 -pipe -march=skylake" to the compiler because there was no kabylake support in the gcc compiler. Now I am making the newer version of LFS for my system and I have switched over to gcc-9.1.0 compiler and expected that -march=kabylake support would be there. When I did that the compiler reported gcc -Wall -Winline -O2 -pipe -march=kabylake -g -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -c blocksort.c cc1: error: bad value ('kabylake') for '-march=' switch cc1: note: valid arguments to '-march=' switch are: nocona core2 nehalem corei7 westmere sandybridge corei7-avx ivybridge core-avx-i haswell core-avx2 broadwell skylake skylake-avx512 cannonlake icelake-client icelake-server cascadelake bonnell atom silvermont slm goldmont goldmont-plus tremont knl knm x86-64 eden-x2 nano nano-1000 nano-2000 nano-3000 nano-x2 eden-x4 nano-x4 k8 k8-sse3 opteron opteron-sse3 athlon64 athlon64-sse3 athlon-fx amdfam10 barcelona bdver1 bdver2 bdver3 bdver4 znver1 znver2 btver1 btver2 native But then I noticed there is canonlake listed above which is 10-nanometer die shrink of the Kaby Lake microarchitecture (ref wikipedia) And My Question is Can I pass -march=canonlake to gcc-9.1.0 compiler Would my processor support the binaries or is there any better switch for my processor
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