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i bought asus z97-a mobo and i7 4790k recently, i'm wondering if i could also buy a dedicated graphic card and got both graphic card working? since on my laptop with optimus, i could run two X server, one using the intel integrated graphic card and the other using the nvidia card as the outputsource and the xf86-video-modesetting driver as the outputsink by using XRandR 1.4, and i can switch between these 2 X servers however i like. so i guess i could also do this on a desktop pc, right? i only got one monitor, and this monitor is attached to the mobo, so the situation is similar to the optimus one, specify the dedicated graphic card as the outputsource and the integrated one as outputsink. thus i can run 2 X server and using both graphic card. is what i thought right? has anyone done something similar? submitted by meat_eggplant [link] [1 comment]

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I had the task manager open as I was observing processes and load while watching Netflix on Google Chrome. I closed out Chrome and just watched as the system did its thing. I guess I just got caught up in the moment, but to watch something under the hood happen that I have always took for granted gave me appreciation for any and all who contribute to Linux, the Internet and technology in general. Maybe not important to most, but I am using Voyager, a French Distro built on top of Xubuntu 14.04. It is a very feature rich but its speed belies what many would call bloat. submitted by theremightbsumnoises [link] [comment]

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Just want to know what everyone uses for network access/admission control (similar to malls, universities). I'm fairly new to this technology an I already found PacketFence as a starting point. If there are experts out there that have experience on this technology I am all ears. submitted by pseudopenggy [link] [comment]

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I am considering moving into vim + tmux environment, and many people seem to get rid of X completely in the process. However, I was just wondering, how do you browse web? I know there is CLI version of web browsers, but aren't they seriously limited in that they cannot display graphics? submitted by techrat_reddit [link] [4 comments]

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