Re: Resolved - Re: Difficulty installing on 'noname' from disks-alpha/1998-07-02
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If you have it install'd on your system procinfo is usually a good
tool to see what is used/available... of course I believe it just looks in
/proc for the information, haven't actully look'd at the code for procinfo
to verify this idea...
Jeremy T. Bouse
On Thu, 20 Aug 1998, Peter Mott wrote:
> I don't know how to determine what IRQ, IO and mapped memory resources are
> used/unused on linux. When I tripped over this same trouble on a x86, I
> installed windows 95 (as a diagnostic!!!) to have it tell me where the
> conflict existed.
> So how does a linux guru determine resource consumption/availability. I'd
> like to this knowledge to my bag o' tricks.
Jeremy T. Bouse - SouthNet TeleComm Services, Inc - www.STSI.net
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