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Hello fellow Linux people, I recently purchased an MX Master, and I am loving it! With that being said, has any of you fellow logitech guys, made the Logitech Options software work on Linux? Either through WIne or otherwise?? Or have you found anything that is equally good? So I can make the buttons behave differently in different software?? submitted by /u/Inukinator [link] [comments]

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The books that were included: Unix in a Nutshell (4th ed.) sed & awk (2nd ed.) lex and yacc (2nd ed.) Learning the bash Shell (3rd ed.) Linux Pocket Guide (3rd ed.) bash Cookbook Classic Shell Scripting Learning GNU Emacs (3rd ed.) Unix Power Tools Learning the vi and Vim Editors (7th ed.) Bash Pocket Reference (2nd ed.) Learning Unix for OS X (2nd ed.) Essential System Administration (3rd ed.) TCP/IP Network Administration (3rd ed.) DNS and BIND (5th ed.) Network Troubleshooting Tools If anyone has a recommendation of which order to tackle these and which ones are worth reading and which books are better for reference it would be greatly appreciated! submitted by /u/DoezzyDoe [link] [comments]

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I had authentication and ip configuration issues on my Android device until I changed the name from "A_Network" to "ANetwork". submitted by /u/ReluctantPirate [link] [comments]

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Just saying, is all. Many of us run two GPUs, but with a CPU which doesn't support AES, like a Phenom II. The idea would be that the extra GPU would "pick up the slack", by off-loading the cryptography work from the CPU, which would, in turn, make things faster. Then, if we want to use the other GPU for something, like rendering in Blender, the encryption work would be shifted to the CPU during this process, and switched back to the GPU upon completion. submitted by /u/skidmark-steve [link] [comments]

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Today, I was working on a presentation about devices and partitions for a class, and of course using Google Docs, because pretty every school in the world has started using it. So I was doing a piece about using fstab to automagically mount volumes on boot, and I accidentally mistyped fstab without noticing. To my surprise, Google Docs flagged it as a mistake. It was then that I noticed every other command was not flagged as misspelled. Curious, I right-clicked on the misspelled command only to have it suggest /etc/fstab as a correction. I then tried other commands (fdisk, apt, even stuff related to openvpn) and it corrected all of them! submitted by /u/crayz5 [link] [comments]

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