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About Jarno.

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  • Birthday Jun 07, 1995

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    Linux, Cisco and Windows. TL;DR: Actually everything IT related.
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  1. Yes you need a CPU in your motherboard in order to boot in the BIOS and therefore flash. After flash you can place other CPU which now is supported but you first need other CPU as "placeholder" .
  2. The picture you posted is of the grub bootloader. In other words you did not yet boot into Ubuntu. You should whipe all your drive and install again. Also here is the Ubuntu ISO live CD https://ubuntu.com/download/desktop/thank-you?version=18.04.3&architecture=amd64
  3. You are thinking way to hard. use refuse or something to install ISO on USB and you're done.
  4. Does it even show up in task manager? Ctr + shift + esc
  5. If you want to create dualboot you first want to install Windows and then install Ubuntu as it has a build in option to detect a other OS and install next to it with a bootloader so you can make your choice. Also don't do it the other way around or Windows will whipe the whole drive happenly before it installs.
  6. Well in theory you can do that from the command prompt F10 + shift after booting from USB but CMD is a pain to work with so I rather want to recommend getting a PS2 mouse. Maybe you can complete the setup by using keyboard by keys like tab and esc but i think you will get stuck at creating partitions on the drive as you really need a mouse there. Edit: Did some looking around but there seems to be no guide on the internet what so ever about how you would install Windows from CMD because who would want to do that as there is hardly anything to customise. Only a few for installing he
  7. Phone librem 5 Why: Fully hackable device which means that i can actually run a shell on it and pretty much do everything on what i want like installing a webserver which will make it a very portable computer and a hand IT troubleshoot tool. Because of the many tools. (Nmap ping tracert nslookup route wireshark you name it) But i first want to see it it takes off a bit. I can work around the issue it might create that i can not run Android apps (Anbox) for the few apps I actually use. Also it has a user replaceable battery. And upgradable in pretty much everything like wireless and
  8. True but it is meant for giving a indication for the cooling solution how much heat will be put out. Problem is that Intel make that calculation on the base clock. Also double checked and indeed I was wrong.
  9. It has TDP of 95W but well.... you probably can't not even use that as a indication. I'm not sure how it makes sense when we have the 9900k unelss gaming and running single core tasks is anything you do.
  10. Yes that should just work. You might have to mount it manually in the worst case. But thats not very likely.
  11. Oh... Nice say no more about those OS's not sure why company's want even to use them but okey Then I'm out of idea's.
  12. @EpiCheeseTime What OS is the TC running? So locally? I'm pretty sure we can just make the OS ignore those key inputs? On linux you can do this with command xev searching the internet for windows now but can not yet find anything
  13. Its same manufacture. If its both DDR4 (Can not find on sticker but i assume it is) and its working both at same voltage it should work. Because the faster ram will automatic clock down to match the slower memory so you should be fine. You can even combine 4G stick with 8GB stick. And this should still work this is not recommended if you can help it but it won't hurt anything.
  14. Honestly I would not call it a rig rofl but here is my entry for the wall of shame. Only rocking a thinkpad right now and believe or not it does the job. Not really a gamer. (That might not make me more popular won't it ?) See copy paste job below. Lenovo ThinkPad X240 Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4210U CPU @ 1.70GHz, 2400 MHz InfoVision LCD Monitor (1366 x 768) 16:9 KINGSTON SUV400S (240GB) 8GB DDR3 1600Mhz sodim
  15. Is Fn + F11 a key combination for the OS of the TC self? What OS is the TC running? Fn functions can normally be disabled via a BIOS setting or atleast turn them into normal function keys. F1, F2, F3 you name them which will make that keycombination impossible to make.