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Nayr438

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    Illinois, USA
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    Male

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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 3600
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG STRIX X470-I GAMING
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    Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3200 (PC4-25600) C16
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    MSI Radeon RX 5700 XT
  • Case
    Thermaltake Core V1
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    Samsung (MZ-V7S1T0B/AM) 970 EVO Plus SSD 1TB - M.2 NVMe
    Seagate Barracuda ST5000DM000 5TB 3.5-Inch Internal Hard Drive, SATA, 5900 Rpm
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    Antec High Current Pro 1200W Modular Power Supply
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    HP Pavilion 32 QHD 32-inch Monitor
    Samsung 32 inch CF391 Curved Monitor
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    CPU 1x - Noctua NH-U9S
    GPU 1x - ID-COOLING FROSTFLOW 120 VGA Graphic Card Cooler AIO
    Rear 2x - Noctua NF-A8 PWM
    Front 2x on Rad, push pull, 1 externally mounted for GPU Memory - Thermaltake Riing Plus 12 RGB
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    Logitech G502 Hero
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    Yamaha HTR-5930
    4x Sony SS-V315 Satellite Speakers
    1x Sony SS-CN315 Center Speaker
    2x Pioneer CS-T7100 4-Way Hifi Standing Speakers
    Yamaha YST-SW010 Powered Subwoofer
  • Operating System
    Fedora Workstation
  • Laptop
    Dell Latitude XT3

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  1. I am going to Recommend KDE Neon. It's a Distro from the KDE Team built on Ubuntu LTS. The KDE Plasma Desktop is updated directly by the KDE Team in a rolling release style, while utilizing a mostly vanilla Ubuntu Base. If you plan to game, I would ,grab a fsync patched kernel such as https://liquorix.net/ and follow the instructions on https://www.gloriouseggroll.tv/how-to-get-out-of-wine-dependency-hell/, after you have installed steam, to satisfy Protons and Lutris optional Dependencies.
  2. According to https://linux-hardware.org/index.php?id=pci:1274-1371-1274-1371 it uses the same driver as the Ensoniq AudioPCI which only supported up to Windows XP/2000. https://support.creative.com/Products/ProductDetails.aspx?catID=1&subCatID=207&prodID=420&prodName=Ensoniq AudioPCI That seems like a fairly old card though, so I am not entirely positive I am looking at the right device. More than likely it wont run under Windows 8+ with compatibility mode, if your lucky Windows 7's compatibility mode might. I would doubt there is an alternate driver for
  3. Its the Desktop Window Manager. Its assigned a system user based on the session its part of. User DWM-1, Desktop Window Manager - Session 1. I would leave its priority as is, it handles quite a bit on the User Interface front, changing its priority could have poor side effects.
  4. In Linux. fdisk -l cfdisk -z /path/of/device example: cfdisk -z /dev/sdb label -> MBR New Enter Write y Enter Quit mkfs.fat -F32 /path/of/partition example: mkfs.fat -F32 /dev/sdb1 In Windows Download Rufus Boot Selection -> Non Bootable Partition Scheme -> MBR File System -> Fat32 Start Restore Device defaults after Format in Windows, if Windows complains. File Manager Right click on the drive Format
  5. With Linux its unlikely that you will need to reinstall. Most drivers are built into the kernel itself and devices are probed during each startup to see what drivers should be loaded. The only time drivers really cause an issue between hardware changes is when you are using a unsupported driver, usually due to a outdated Distro Install or a third party driver such as NVIDIA's Graphics Drivers. Making sure your Distro is up to date and uninstalling third party drivers before doing a hardware swap however should help prevent issues.
  6. Yea, Audio I/O as well as USB is on the top or atleast my InWin 101C has it this way, though they are not labeled or color coded. I do however wish they were on the front. That and it's use of plastic push/pull latches for the side panel are my only complaints with the case, I accidently broke one of my latches off fairly easily when moving the tower so watch out for that. Nice build though.
  7. Can I ask why? If theres no Activity, the Drives will automatically sleep. Your Pi in its idle state should consume less than 3W. With that said, while the hardware is there for WoL support, the Pi doesn't actually support it. The Pi is designed to either be On or Off.
  8. According to the Serial Number, you have https://everymac.com/systems/apple/imac/specs/imac-core-2-duo-2.0-17-inch-specs.html The highest version of MacOS supported is Mac OS X Lion 10.7.5 (9/19/2012)
  9. They are using TKG PKGBUILDS builds from the Chaotic AUR , Shipping anything that hints at gaming, and implementing pretty much every performance tweak they can dig up off the Arch Wiki. Really it's just a bloated mess with a team that doesnt seem to really know what they are doing, I personally don't recommend it. Could be the NVIDIA driver its pulling in, Garuda uses the TKG BMQ Kernel which needs TKG's patched NVIDIA Module. https://aur.chaotic.cx/ https://github.com/chaotic-aur/nvidia-tkg Could also be Wayland compatibility issues with KDE and
  10. If you remove the App Store then you will need to sideload App updates. The Package installer is a core part of Android and is tied to various other functionality of the device, such as application permissions. There is a good chance your phone wont boot without it. The closest you will get to what your after is a AOSP Rom without Google Services such as LineageOS. Some Applications may however depend on these Google Services. An alternate solution would be to build a custom AOSP Rom that fits your needs with various functionality disabled, however your getting into ROM develo
  11. The AUR is supported through the Pamac graphical package manager. The AUR can be enabled under Prefrences->AUR. I would however advise against enabling AUR support through Pamac and instead using a AUR helper such as yay. Pamac has stability issues and likes to try to auto update which is not ideal for AUR packages. Manjaro itself advises against using the AUR and Pamacs support is more of an afterthought to help please the community. Things to note. The AUR targets Arch, not Manjaro. AUR packages are more likely to break due to the fact that Manjaro holds back p
  12. You would be better off installing wine and pulling its optional dependencies and then using something like Lutris to help automate your instances. For anything that goes through Steam, you can use Steams built in Wine instance called Proton. For anything not game related, I would look into open-source alternatives. https://www.gloriouseggroll.tv/how-to-get-out-of-wine-dependency-hell/ https://lutris.net/ That's a complicated question that will vary from user to user. You could look at ProtonDB for your steam games and the Lutris Site for others to help get a general i
  13. Is this for a small local server or large production use? If it's for a small instance, you could get away with using XAMPP or Wampserver instead, I have used both in production and live environments. Personally I prefer XAMPP. These both offer pre-configured environments with control panels of sorts. If its for a larger instance, I would recommend NGINX and PHP-FastCGI https://www.nginx.com/resources/wiki/start/topics/examples/phpfastcgionwindows/
  14. Not really, A Native Application to ChromeOS would be a Native Application to Chrome. These are essentially just webapps, whether offline or online. With the rapid development in web technologies over recent years, webapps can come fairly close to Native Desktop counterparts. Google is pretty much using this to their advantage to turn Chrome into a OS. Anything else that would run on top of ChromeOS would run in a container of sorts.
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