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Joveice

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About Joveice

  • Title
    Veteran

Contact Methods

  • Twitter
    @jovedahle

Profile Information

  • Location
    The Kingdom of Norway
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Linux, Servers (Real metal servers, not those boring VM's), Programming aand cats
  • Biography
    I'm trying to learn about my interests :D
  • Occupation
    Back-end Developer, CEO of DigitalArc

System

  • CPU
    i7 7800x
  • Motherboard
    dirt board from gigabyte (pls giga sponsor me :D).
  • RAM
    32 GB putin sticks from bermuda triangle.
  • GPU
    EVGA 1080Ti cooled with water from the rivers of Norway.
  • Case
    900D
  • Storage
    carbord box under my desk.
  • PSU
    fuse box.
  • Display(s)
    projectors
  • Cooling
    Open window
  • Keyboard
    corsair k95 rgb PLAT!
  • Mouse
    corsair glaive
  • Sound
    corsair void pro usb rgb
  • Operating System
    windowns 9
  • Laptop
    Lenovo E595 running Fedora/Windows
  • Phone
    Huawei P30 Pro

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  1. Is there a "show more" or something like that there? Balanced normally works fine, but there is a difference between it and performance mode.
  2. @eEmillerzMade sure your PC is in performance mode and not some default power saving mode?
  3. I have not been able to figure out what it was. I reinstalled my machine with Fedora again, everything works as expected. I re added the network bonding and the issue came just a few seconds later. I rebooted and quickly removed by bonding and I have not had the issue since. Does Linux not like bonding with interfaces that may not be available?
  4. Not using all the hardware usually indicates a game that isn't optimized or a bottleneck. The high power usage I believe is just Windows telling you that a program is using a lot of resources, which in your case is exactly what you want it to do.
  5. @Joshua124It was like that already so no changes. Let it freeze/crash again, it stopped logging 32 minutes before the screen froze started a 2 hour video with the time up and wrote down the time I started it at. I did however have a USB with PopOS laying around, tried it. No issues. I downloaded fedora on it again, same issue... I tried to disable wayland and use X11 as it's what PopOS use. No issues.. So I'm gonna try that on my Fedora installation.
  6. I have a Lenovo E595 which runs Fedora 33. Now it started to freeze when booted up without the dock, it happens a few seconds after I have logged in. It also freezes at a unknown time after unplugged from the dock when booted in it. What do I want to look at to try figure out what is happening? I updated it now when plugged in and rebooted, still has the same issue after. I thought it might have had something to do with my interface bonding which bonds to a interface on the dock. But nmcli con down <interface> doesn't help. I will be running thru the journalctl -b
  7. Yea first thing I had them do, but there where nothing. And the fact that the facebook system can't find the user by username (which we see isn't changed) makes it much more weird. They have contacted an agency in Norway which has ties with a lot of social companies and is here to help out for stuff like this, they managed to contact them. Now they are waiting for a reply from Facebook. But it's going to take a while, same as @haslemismentioned. I think this is the best shot for now, if not we think that reporting the profile as fake and starting over again may be the best.
  8. Hello people of the internet. A friend of mine has gotten their account "hacked" (most likley just hijacked). Now they have tried all the forms of recover facebook offers but it looks like everything on the account is changed (email, phone etc etc). We tried to use the recover feature thru my profile but it says the account doesn't exist which is weird. Does anyone know where it is possible to contact a living person at facebook or working for them to have them just take a peak on this? Or some suggestions. Best bet now would probably be to do a photo ID recovery, but the facebook f
  9. I watch this youtube channel that post dashcam crash videoes, this one has the wan show playing in on of the cars. Edit: Damn, could not see there was another post :3
  10. For a non network tech dude, what does that really mean?
  11. Hello, I'm no network expert so I wonder what this private IP does below an ISP IP. (I where doing debugging on high latency issues for a game) See the list below, what does that private IP Tracing route to api.bethesda.net [143.204.51.87] over a maximum of 30 hops: 1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms 10.0.0.1 2 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 193.75.36.1 3 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 10.130.7.53 <-- this one 4 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 62.63.63.166 5 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 62.63.63.165 6 2 ms 2 ms 5 ms 195.0.241.184 7 16 ms 16 ms 20
  12. Thanks @leonfagan71 So the issue isn't Nginx but rather me, I was putting the params in, well the params. I did not send them in the body.
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