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AMD and a hot date to flirt at the horrorshow by Flasherly[_2_]
(HexDump seldom-crashed messaged bits&pieces) CoreTemp and SpeedFan freewares. (And a lot of disparities between the two and how AMD's implementing sensors. The "tester" may have a better sense than CoreTemp programmer's treatment, i.e. marginality for offsets somehow seem a...
Yesterday 08:22 PM
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If you aren't smart enough to use Windows 10 as it evolves, stick with your POS Mac or Linux box by Peter Köhlmann[_3_]
Wolf K wrote: BTW, AFAIK, there isn't a single Linux software package that does something no Win/Mac package will do. If there is one, I'd like to know of it. Wrong. Completely wrong. Take "openplotter" for example. Not available for windows. Not for OSX.
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Yesterday 02:32 PM
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If you aren't smart enough to use Windows 10 as it evolves, stickwith your POS Mac or Linux box by Jonathan N. Little
Wolf K wrote this copyrighted missive and expects royalties: Chris Ahlstrom wrote: So how will you persuade more manufacturers to offer Linux-based machines? For servers, that's not an issue. Plenty offer them. For the desktop, the real issue, I think, is that Windows vendors can...
Yesterday 12:44 PM
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Length of network cord by Seymore4Head[_2_]
I know 300 ft is the limit for cat5, but I wonder if you are using a 100 ft cord when it could be 60 ft would effect the performance much?
Yesterday 03:29 AM
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BBS Software for Raspberry Pi by Mr. Man-wai Chang
On 3/12/2017 2:30 AM, Paul Hayton wrote: Hi there I run a retro BBS using Mystic BBS software. The author of the software has been actively developing it for the last 15+ years. I thought I'd post here to let anyone interested in BBSing that there is a Raspberry Pi (ARM) version of...
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Yesterday 03:25 AM
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If you aren't smart enough to use Windows 10 as it evolves, stick with your POS Mac or Linux box by Doomsdrzej[_2_]
On Wed, 21 Feb 2018 20:20:56 -0500, Wolf K wrote: On 2018-02-21 13:04, Johnny wrote: On Wed, 21 Feb 2018 10:55:28 -0500 Wolf K wrote: On 2018-02-20 18:38, Chris Ahlstrom wrote: Wolf K wrote this copyrighted missive and expects...
February 22nd 18 04:47 PM
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If you aren't smart enough to use Windows 10 as it evolves, stick with your POS Mac or Linux box by Doomsdrzej[_2_]
On Wed, 21 Feb 2018 20:15:19 -0500, Wolf K wrote: On 2018-02-21 12:18, Jonathan N. Little wrote: Wolf K wrote: So how will you persuade more manufacturers to offer Linux-based machines? Probably when consumers get tired of the OS pushing more and more...
February 22nd 18 04:21 PM
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If you aren't smart enough to use Windows 10 as it evolves, stick with your POS Mac or Linux box by Doomsdrzej[_2_]
On Wed, 21 Feb 2018 22:04:27 -0500, Wolf K wrote: On 2018-02-21 21:40, Jonathan N. Little wrote: Wolf K wrote: Nah, they'll a) use ad-blockers; I wasn't talking about a web browser. Cortana was the first think I killed. Not sure if home users have that...
February 22nd 18 03:00 PM
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If you aren't smart enough to use Windows 10 as it evolves, stick with your POS Mac or Linux box by chrisv
Wolf K wrote: (snipped, unread) Can't let this asshole troll me *too* badly... -- 'You see with foods, not any idiot like you could mix up their own bacteria filled yoghurts and sell them to the public from your basement: there are rules and regulations to stop you poisoning the
February 22nd 18 02:24 PM
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If you aren't smart enough to use Windows 10 as it evolves, stick with your POS Mac or Linux box by chrisv
Wolf K wrote: (snipped, unread) -- "The plethora of HW choice is causing havoc with people : no one knows what to buy and what will be supported." - "Hadron", claiming that there is "too much choice" in Android phones
February 22nd 18 01:59 PM
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Advantech AIMB-742 BIOS? by Thomas Lake[_2_]
Does anyone have a copy of the BIOS file for the Advantech AIMB-742 motherboard? The file name is: A742V123.BIN If so, please send me a copy! Thanks.
February 22nd 18 11:57 AM
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If you aren't smart enough to use Windows 10 as it evolves, stick with your POS Mac or Linux box by mechanic[_2_]
On Wed, 21 Feb 2018 11:17:43 -0500, Wolf K wrote: BTW, AFAIK, there isn't a single Linux software package that does something no Win/Mac package will do. If there is one, I'd like to know of it. Interesting question, but I expect if there were Cygwin would provide a convenient route to it....
February 22nd 18 11:48 AM
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If you aren't smart enough to use Windows 10 as it evolves,stick with your POS Mac or Linux box by Abraham
In article Alek wrote: ENOUGH ALREADY!! Neither of you is going to convince the other. Wolf K wrote on 2/21/2018 10:39 AM: On 2018-02-20 10:45, chrisv wrote: Wolf K wrote:
February 22nd 18 11:22 AM
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If you aren't smart enough to use Windows 10 as it evolves,stick with your POS Mac or Linux box by Anonymous Remailer (austria)
In article "Jonathan N. Little" wrote: Wolf K wrote: Nah, they'll a) use ad-blockers; I wasn't talking about a web browser. Cortana was the first think I killed. Not sure if home users have that option. --
February 22nd 18 06:25 AM
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Hard Drive not seen when Connected to USB Port by [email protected]
I have a Western Digital WD5000AAKX hard drive that I was using via an adaptor connected to an external USB port. One day the drive could no longer be seen by my PC running Windows XP. And also not by my PC running Windows 10. At least not completely. From my desktop I can click it off so I can...
February 21st 18 04:20 AM
by Flasherly[_2_] Go to last post
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Solar storm could strike Earth Thursday: What you need to know by [email protected]
I keep my USB drives in a metal box, just in case.
February 18th 18 02:50 AM
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RAM Slack? by Davej
I have been reading some stuff about digital forensics and have seen several comments about "RAM slack" where supposedly some old OS versions were so idiotic that patches of RAM larger than the desired file to be saved, were written to disk. To me this sounds utterly absurd.
February 18th 18 12:42 AM
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Took 3 months to get a keyboard by Flasherly[_2_]
First one was an Ebay scam out of China. Crypto- Ebay/China -Currency. The seller first lists, waits for the buyer's take, then pulls out and disappears with the buyer's money. Ebay facilitates the scam with its 2-month adjudication policy: 2-month's shipping time, exclusively, for Chinese...
February 14th 18 08:41 AM
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Ping Paul - pre BIOS screen click ? by Shadow[_2_]
Having trouble with my ASUS K8V-MX Computer works fine for hours then suddenly bluescreens. When I reboot, it sometimes works fine, but usually everything starts up (fans, leds etc, I can hear the HD spinning up and the HD led stays on), but there is no "click" and the BIOS screen does not...
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February 13th 18 01:09 PM
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Lucky mixer-upper DAC, EF95 Preamp Day by Flasherly[_2_]
Got a DAC unit awhile ago. Digital to Analogue conversion of a red-laser SPDIF signal carrier, computer generated, to Analog L/R outputs. USB Powered. Also got a Buffer PreAmp unit, signal-modified by these tubes: 3.2 Amperex 5654 3.3 Chinese 6J1 3.4 Collins 6AK5 3.5 GE 5654 3.6 GE 5Star...
February 13th 18 06:58 AM
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