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Some of the new spicy motherboards support RGB LEDs. These have some configurator tools, which all seem to run in some goofy forgettable OS, for some reason. 1)- Do any of these actually have a Linux client? 2)- Do any of these have a way to set things up in the BIOS? 3)- If (1) and (2) are both "no", is there a guess as to which motherboard company will end up with support first? For instance, Corsair's "Corsair Link" has been reverse engineered and has some working Linux stuff, but that isn't a motherboard. I'm pretty sure there's a reasonable number of these mobos, but the ones I'm looking at are X99 chipset ones that aren't released (Broadwell-E guys). I assume that there are equivalents in some cases that are out right now. Here's Asus's offering: https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/ROG-STRIX-X99-GAMING/ The configurator is some GUI thing, and I see no sign of being able to change the LEDs in BIOS. I think they call their stuff "Aura Lighting". Here's Gigabytes upcoming whatever: http://www.gamersnexus.net/news-pc/2402-unreleased-gigabyte-motherboards-unexpectedly-at-pax-east I'm not sure if other companies have this sort of thing. Anyway, any of it work in the BIOS, or is open enough to work with Linux, or supported in Linux? submitted by /u/Reddit_sucks_at_GSF [link] [comments]

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I understand they are trying to provide anti-aliased fonts that look good. But what's the advantage of that over using the standard fonts and then enabling anti-aliasing and hinting on them that is built into X? submitted by /u/markasoftware [link] [comments]

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I'm looking to purchase an RS-232 terminal for my desk to to interface with my PC. I miss the old time feel of a real computer. Since I don't have any hanging around in storage, I'll be making a purchase. Any suggestions? DEC vs. Wyse? Does anyone produce new keyboards or have a steady supply of old inventory? submitted by /u/datanut [link] [comments]

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I'm looking for something I can use to write on without distractions. Maybe blog posts, maybe emails, maybe a little code. I want a small screen (ideally with very good resolution) and a good keyboard. Does anyone have anything better than a thinkpad? I'm thinking something lower-tech, somewhere between a chromebook and a pandora. Is there anything like that with a good keyboard? I'm even thinking about mounting a keyboard to a tablet, but what's a good keyboard combo that would allow lap-typing as well? Linux is off course mandatory. submitted by /u/planetara [link] [comments]

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