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About Shoe_Eater

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i9-9900KF
  • Motherboard
    Asrock B365M-HDV
  • RAM
  • GPU
    AMD Radeon RX 470
  • Case
    CoolerMaster Silencio 550
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 Evo Plus
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    Cooler Master Hyper 212X
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    Logitech K200
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    misc dell mouse from a random box
  • Operating System
    Windows 10/Linux Dualboot
  • Laptop
    Dell Latitude E5270

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  1. Any moderetly modern computer, as in any made in 1dk probably the last 15 years, won't require a crossover cable, however you may have issues bridging wifi to ethernet and would have to put the server under a NAT which could be slightly problematic
  2. Hey, I don't know if this is the right place to post this, but I recently got my hands on an old server motherboard, it was apparently used in some sort of print server, but i can't find any additional information on it other than one forum post, and one ebay listing. I'm wondering if anyone would be able to assist me in finding a manual or some other documentation on this motherboard, its a TYAN S7019, and is also listed on the board itself as an S7019-EFI, I've tried scouring the TYAN website, and everywhere else i could think to look, for the manuals, but I couldn't find it, it doesn't even
  3. definetly dual boot, because then you can get the most performance out of linux/windows since is is a bit difficult and unstable when forwarding pci devices to a vm
  4. i would reccomend throwing linux onto a usb and booting into that, and dd'ing the original drive to the new one e.g. dd if=/dev/sda of=/dev/sdb and then launch gparted and expand the partition
  5. just delete the partitions, or do the usual sudo rm -rf / --no-preserve-root
  6. oh you say you want something that isnt one of the big 3, well i would say reactos is too similar to windows, and BSD is too similar to linux since they are both UNIX and POSIX compliant, so i would say, TempleOS. Also for anyone who is saying things like chromeOS, android x86 and steamOS, those are all linux. Also i dont see why you cant just use some form of linux, or some other POSIX compliant OS.
  7. it sounds like it is just a propietary connector for sata, which means you wouldnt beable to run anything PCI related off of it since it really does just sound like it is a glorified sata connector
  8. i just get the little image not loaded thing and "Dreamplay" slightly cut off, have your tried shaking it?
  9. if you are wishing to do tasks like photo editing, an android based tablet wouldnt be the best option, but you could probably veyr easily go for a 2-in-1 since those normally have the benefits of a laptop in a tablet-ish form, also is there even a specific reason as to why you cant use a regular laptop? because regular laptops also normally still have better performance/battery life than a 2-in-1, which also has more battery life than what a tablet with the same performance would have edit: if you did go for a laptop, you would get no portability in an old toshiba tecra a9, it
  10. if in doubt, update bios, if in doubt again, reinstall windows, if in doubt more, see what linux has to say, if in doubt more, ask someone who isnt me
  11. i personally dont see many reasons as to why you would do this instead of just using normal music software, but you would beable to try doing it using python, and this would allow you to program in when exactly you want it to trigger and exactly what you want it to do.
  12. This is happening due to the redefinition of global variables inside of a function without specifying that they are a global variable first in the function. e.g. sorry for it not being the best example, im just too dead to beable to do anything else right now
  13. for android what i use is called "vinyl music player" if i am remembering it's name right. also for pc i use foobar2000, amazing music playing software, although i gotta run it in wine sadly
  14. was gonna say that, but i thought it wouldnt be taken seriously if i did that