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About gutz00

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  • Birthday 2001-02-17

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  • Location
    Some Where Near Chicago... Closer to the Corn


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 1700
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Aorus Gaming 5
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB DDR4
  • GPU
    PNY GTX 1060 3GB
  • Case
    Fractal Design Refine R5
  • Storage
    2 TB WD Black, Samsung 960 EVO NVMe -M.2 250GB
  • PSU
    Corsair 750 Watt
  • Display(s)
    Some Random Budget Walmart 1080p
  • Cooling
    Stock AMD Cooler and 4 case fans
  • Keyboard
    Some Bluetooth Logitech Stuff
  • Mouse
    Some Bluetooth Logitech Stuff
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD 600
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
  1. I would legit buy this as a fidget toy lol. Feeling annoying and want a tactile click on a cherry black for a few hours. Someone just threw something at you after 3 hours of the cherry black? Switch to the gateron silent red. ...or is this only me?
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    LTT forum "banning" game

    banned because the ban hammer hit the ground too hard and banned anyone standing on the ground
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    LTT forum "banning" game

    banned for banning people who use the word ban
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    LTT forum "banning" game

    banned for typing the word eyes
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    LTT forum "banning" game

    banned for using eyes
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    Linux on Mac

    It's definitely a niche within a niche.
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    Linux on Mac

    Trackpad (and technically touchbar but that doesn't matter) I could, I seem to have issues with VMs especially if I use portable drives. I just like the idea of booting directly - reduces input lag and access the hardware directly. When I took intro to programing (3 years ago?) The school used a Virtual Box into Windows 7 for us to learn BASIC and I remember it just being a terrible experience. And I still see and help with issues today when they run into Windows 7 issues, many are because it's a VM and something isn't sitting right between the software and hardware (my hypothesis).
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    Linux on Mac

    Yes, I actually use mint when I'm not in Windows 10, but since I'm on the road or at school a lot I want that capability to use a Linux Distro on my Mac for the more Linux-y think I'd want to do.
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    Linux on Mac

    Oh and yes, I have a PC (actually two) at home, but their towers. My school is heavily Mac based and my MacBook Pro has become my daily driver. Its great for my AP Computer Science Class (Java), works pretty good for light video streaming, and moderate Lightroom, Photoshop, and Premiere Pro use.
  10. Ok, this is an odd forum post but. I am kinda in love with my Mac but I am sometimes unhappy how closed the environment is and need to walk into the land of the free. My friend introduced me to Linux and I was able to boot into it from an external drive on Mac (woah) My issue is I own a MacBook Pro (2017 w/ touchbar) and when we ran Ubuntu you couldn't do anything we hypothesize its because it didn't have the drivers for anything. I am way dumb with linux so I would have no idea where to start. I am wondering if anyone here has done this before and knows what to do or has experience with similar ideas and can help me our or even point me in the correct direction. I attached the specs for the MacBook Pro.
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    Mac as a Server

    Yes it is. And like the rest of the office it looks old. (nblskil.com) but luckily it is mainly a text website. For its time it was ahead of it's game. I know about editing in HTML/CSS but never had to host locally. Can you recommend any good tutorials for Apache or nginx? Shines the FileMaker Pro Guy Signal
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    Mac as a Server

    That seems fair, as I'm looking at what we would need for specs (I did spec it out as I would a PC Server) it is still much cheaper than the trash can Mac Pro. And as I see it none of our use cases require a dGPU.
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    Mac as a Server

    I've seen more of that, currently our "server solution" is Mac Pros, again some dating all the way back to the late 1990's.
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    Mac as a Server

    Good Afternoon, I am currently researching some upgrade options for a Sports League I have been working for. We have been running multiple servers off Mac Machines (and currently use them as clients) for Web Host, Databases, and file storage. Some currently date back all the way to Mac OS 9.1 (no joke). They do not want to change from Mac to PC so I am currently exploring Mac options. So here is a list of questions I have 1) What is the recommended Mac for our use case? 2) Website Hosting Software's for Mac (Currently using Adobe GoLive 5.0)? 3) Is it worth upgrading all licenses to the newer FileMaker Pro (Currently running 8.5 & 15 as a server/client solution)? 4) Is there a way to access FileMaker Pro servers remotely (outside of the network) 5) Is there anything I might be overlooking? I apologize as I do not work with Macs or FileMaker Pro as often as I do PCs but apparently I am the most computer literate in our group.
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    Intel Graphics Chief Community Advocate

    No, he did it out of respect for his childs privacy if she grows up and decides she doesn't want her name and info floating out in the open... but that's not really for us to discuss or debate out of respect.