SaaS model becoming a criterion for companies to choose testing tool for to gain the benefits of Cloud
Odd question I know but what happens if I install two Nvidia 750ti's into my machine? I have two monitors will each one get the power of a whole card to its self?
I know you can make this work under windows but I'm just not sure about linux. The reason I ask its that at the moment I have two machines both with 750ti's in them one runs windows for the express purpose of streaming games over to my other Arch machine. As I have a dedicated gaming 'box' for streaming to other rigs I was thinking about spending some cash on a better GPU for it. so I will have two 750's knocking about. I thought maybe i could dedicate each card to a single monitor.
I alwasy run 2 Monitors and don't have any massive problems but a graphics card each can't hurt right? anyway, as its a none SLI Card im not sure what the drivers will make of it.
As i said i use Arch, and the Proprietary Nvidia Driver.
is it even worth it?
anyway, any thoughts would be welcome.submitted by HexDSL
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I am a Engineering PhD student. I use Xubuntu 14.04 and really love linux. I have donated small amounts of money to Elementary OS and to Ubuntu.
Sadly though...I have no programming experience and I don't really have time to become good at it (my time goes into being a scientist/engineer). Is there any way that I (and people like me) can contribute to Linux besides financial donations? I am so grateful that FOSS developers have put in this work so that I can use all of this for free. I wish I could contribute more though..submitted by song_of_stormz
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With just a tiny bit of tweaking, GNOME 3 can be made as powerful and user-friendly as any desktop available.
Love it, loathe it, or laugh at it, Chrome OS keeps on advancing. According to a Google blog post this week, more than 1 million Chromebooks were sold to schools in the second quarter alone.
On windows, Drive partitions are named as C,D,E,F. With time user becomes quite familiar with this drive letters.
When using any distro however many times you see a string of characters(quite less user friendly) and have to recognize partition by its total size.
I don't use Home directory since I like to try different distro. Also GUI tools(like nautilus) are not that friendly when browsing through files.
Edit - This is my home computer with slow internet connection. I don't really want to use a media manager. I just manually navigate to file location to open it. I am not talking about a file serversubmitted by childofprophecy
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Unlike it’s Neon 5 counterpart , this ISO contains packages made from the stock Plasma 5.0 release . The ISO is meant to be a technical preview of what is to come when Kubuntu switches to Plasma 5 by default in a future release of Kubuntu...
GamingOnLinux: Darkwood is an interesting take on the horror and survival genre with a top down perspective and a really dark setting.