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I have an ASUS Prime Pro mobo and GSkill Trident ram and I am kinda bummed that I can't find a way to set the colours. submitted by /u/TheBob427 [link] [comments]

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A few weeks ago, I made the full switch to Linux. I'm on Arch Linux with KDE Plasma. I've spent a long time trying to find an email client that feels right for me. The obvious solution was ThunderBird, but it feels a bit clonky (I can live with that) and it doesn't fetch emails on the go, which I need. It just feels very old compared to what I'm used to. I've also tried MailSpring, but emails looked weird (most of them had no padding). I receive a few hundred emails per day that I read through. Most of them are just notifications about new orders, support tickets being created and such, but I spent hours in my email client every day. When I was on Windows, I used Mailbird which was everything I could dream of. I'm looking for a mail client that has the following features: Unified inbox (with the option to exclude accounts from showing up in the unified inbox*) Support for IMAP Support for the latest SSL ciphers Fetches emails as they arrive on the IMAP server Search emails across all accounts Archive function Possibly GPG functionality * The reason why I need to exclude one account: I monitor an account used for logs (emails from registries, our systems, cron emails and such - I don't want that showing up in the regular emails. ​ What I don't need: Exchange support Calender Snooze (although it would be nice to have) I don't mind paying for a lifetime license, but paying a monthly/yearly fee is not my thing. Is there a client for an idiot like me who got too used to Mailbird? I'm willing to try out software in development and can give lots of feedback if needed. Any help is much appreciated! submitted by /u/Inzorbia [link] [comments]

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So, our company is a small startup and we tend to hire junior developers due to cost constraints since we're pre revenue. One of the issues we're running into is that they're essentially helpless when it comes to working with the Linux command line. Initially, it didn't matter, but I'm trying to implement a DevOps culture as best I can, and their lack of experience with the CLI is becoming a problem. So, without further ado, what is the best course for teaching the Linux command line? It's okay if it costs money as long as it's not like thousands of dollars or something. submitted by /u/ksoviero [link] [comments]

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Suspension should still work, since it saves the state in the ram, right? Effectively, swap only lets you hibernate, everything else should work fine. submitted by /u/Kontorted [link] [comments]

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