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I have an 8gb partition that is not recognised by windows. Could it be the swap i created when installing linux?
Who else fell for the netbook meme?
Ever tried to write code, or hell, anything longer than a paragraph on a 7" EEE PC? It's hell. and the 800x480 screen made me not even bother with X most of the time. And when i did need it i had a hot key to switch to 1024x768 virtual resolution and panned around so i wouldn't have issues with half my windows being too small/cut off on the bottom.
I would have felt ripped off if i had paid more than $15 for it.
I did, but unlike you I have some standards.
So i'm pretty new to pc building and I was wondering if you guys have any idea what kind of parts I should buy? I have a budget at around $300-$400 I'm just afraid that if I buy all the parts myself i might screw something up also what parts I should do extra research on? Like the extra important and expensive parts
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So my phone is almost dead and I need a new one.
What's the best model/brand out there in your oppinion and why?
I have a limited budget, so no overpriced shit.
Is it possible to convert a remote Linux physical machine to a local virtual machine.
I insist on local because I tried VMWare vCenter Converter Standalone and it only allows me to drop the converted virtual machine on and ESXi
Are there any open source web search engines?
There are intranet search engines, but crawling the internet would get you into hot water with your ISP. Even if you limited how fast you index everything, the information would be outdated by the time you were anywhere close to being done.
Age old quandry of upgrade old system or rebuild new one. My specifics serve only as a startoff for your thoughts and experiences.
What do you advise?
2010 i3 based system I built has been working faithfully non-stop but chokes out when I edit video.
I could get a used i7 chip for $100. I'd also consider investing in a new power supply.
OR, I could get a current gen i5-6500, Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 and some DDR4 ram.
On the one hand I could update the cpu and invest a little on a power supply and case OR keept my current case and power...
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You could also get a newer GPU that offers support for h.265 encode/decode.
Cards that support this: 900 series/1000 series/400 series.
Honestly your CPU is always going to be "choked out" while video editing unless you buy something like a 6/8 core and only allocate 4 cores to the video editing process.
Newer intel iGPU's also support h.265 encode/decode as well albeit far slower than dedicated cards.
Personally, I would never get an i3 or an i5 for video editing
What does /g/ use to try and get access to networks with weak passwords?
What's the oldest CPU that's still out there in service, doing something important? I'm guessing the Motorola 68000 is still out there in some useful form to this day, doing something vital somewhere.
What the heck is this supposed to mean?
Anyone here found themselves moving from red hat/centos dominated job, to a debian/ubuntu workplace?
I'm searching for work (sys/linux admin / devops), and I've miraculously have four companies interested, at least for interviews for now.
Two of them are red hat/centos, the other two are predominately or entirely debian/ubuntu.
All of my linux work experience (99.99999%) is red hat and centos. I feel weird about pursing these debian/ubuntu opportunities as if they aren't linux. I've have personal experience with Ubuntu years ago, and...
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But I do like the challenge of learning new stuff. Hell, the jobs I applied to are above my experience. But I do think there may be some truth to what you say.
It'll look good that I have experience with both red hat and debian on my resume for future prospects so I'll just suck it up.
Best music playing device for running, exercising
> Light weight
I am looking to build a NAS server for my house. I haven’t built a computer of any kind since I was in high school so 14 years ago. I have no idea what equipment/parts makers are worth a shit and I don’t have much time to research it. If any of you have any parts suggestions I would really appreciate it. The server will have no other purpose so no need for much in the way of sound or video.
Main board with Audio and video
No need for any optical drive I will load and FreeNAS from a USB drive.
Get a pre-built NAS box with a self-contained OEM OS. Unless you need very fine-grained management and advanced features, a NAS box from someone like QNAP with a couple of drives will work best for you.
A machine with lots of card expansion for SAS/SATA HBAs. Then add Sans Digital drive storage w/SPF8088 connectors. Add blocks of 4 drives as needed. Use linux software RAID and absolutely not ZFS.
I have to separate the glass screen from the LCD from my BQ Aquaris 5 HD, can't find anything online so maybe 4chan can help me.
I have the new glass but i need to separate the old one from the LCD without breaking the LCD
As someone who attempted this on Nexus 4, don't bother
you don't have the special heater used for softening residue, so you'd have to use a hairdryer. It won't heat it up enough and it won't heat it evenly.
You'd have to pry them apart, step by step. Oh wait, you used slightly too much force and now both parts are in pieces.
Just buy a replacement part and get rid of the old one instead of trying to save miniscule amounts of money up