The world’s most powerful Ubuntu phone “Meizu PRO 5 Ubuntu Edition” has just been launched with some serious hardware. Take a look at the specs below:
8 core Exynos 7420 processor and MALI T760 GPU.
32GB of internal memory.
5.7 inch 1080p screen with a re-tuned delta cool color AMOLED screen.
Corning Gorilla Glass 3 with improved damage resistance and toughness.
21.16 megapixel rear-facing camera with PDAF phase laser-assisted focusing and LARGAN 6P lenses for improved resolution.
5 megapixel front-facing camera.
Slots for two micro-SIM cards.
This device as you all know is joint initiative of Canonical and Meizu and have had successful launches of Ubuntu phones in the past. The launch of the device will definitely conquer hearts of all Linux lovers (myself included).
The company states that the phone is running the latest code and is capable of providing a desktop experience (which basically allows you to connect your phone to a monitor and use it as a normal desktop). This phone weights about 168 grams with dimensions of 156.7x78x7.5 mm. Also, the Meizu Pro 5 ubuntu phone doesnot support MHL output. It does come with applications such as Instagram, Twitter, Telegram and Soundcloud.
The phone is available for pre-order during the Mobile Congress 2016 event.
What do I think of this?:
Dayyymmm!! I need me one of those!!!
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Error:This kernel requires an x86-64 CPU, but only detected an i686 CPU. This processor is unsupported in RHEL 7.
[Note: This tutorial is under the assumption that your physical CPU is 64-bit and your installed host OS is 64-bit and will only work in these circumstances.]
This mainly happens due two reasons:
If you have a 64-bit OS installed but the VirtualBox OS type is accidentally changed/set to 32-bit after installation.
If Vt-X (Virtualization) is disabled in the BIOS. (This can happen if you reset your BIOS to default settings which may have disabled Vt-X bit).
Step 1:Right Click on the Centos/RHEL OS which is giving you the error and then click on “Settings“.
Step 2: In General Tab, check the OS Type and see if you are able to change to “Redhat 64-bit” and follow step 4.
Step 3: If you are only able to see 32-bit entries in the OS type list and your physical CPU supports 64-bit, this means that Vt-X is disabled in your BIOS. So, restart your PC and boot into your BIOS, enable Vt-X.
For reference, I have a Asus Maximus VII Ranger Motherboard and here is how I enabled Vt-X in my BIOS.
[Optional: If your CPU supports Vt-d, enable that too, it will improve functionality and performance of your Virtual Machine. Some CPUs will not have the Vt-d function, if you dont have it then you can ignore it]
Step 4: Restart your computer and boot back your CentOS/RHEL VM and it should come right up.
Hope this fixed the issue. If this tutorial helped you,do leave a thumbs up a comment below. Hope this helps! 🙂
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