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Is there a linux program behaving like a system monitor that will prompt me when one program takes too much cpu or memory (preset limits, i.e. more than 50% cpu, more than 60% memory usage) then prompt me to either Abort or Continue... Because whenever my linux feels a little slow, i try to find the culprit using Kde system monitor, then kill it from there... thank you submitted by forgotpasswordhere [link] [1 comment]

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Hey everybody, So I'm making a PipBoy 3000 from scratch essentially. I'm going to order a resin cast and work from there. Here's a look at the software I'll be using. I'll also be making a terminal from in game that just needs to run cool-retro-term. Basically, my end goal is to make everything functional. Here's essentially everything I need to be able to control. The PipBoy software is a python script run in pygame. I will be adding buttons and dials, so I need to be sure that the devices can accept adding that stuff. The terminal will be running a program that just runs in bash, so I can use cool-retro terminal for that. The RPi doesn't run the PipBoy software like I'd like and is definitely too weak for CRT. I also need something that can control dials and buttons for the menus (although I could add an Arduino). What's my best option here? I've read that the Radxa doesn't support hardware acceleration for Linux, which is something I need. I'm now realizing that the ODROID U3 does not support AV out, which is something that's pretty much required. I feel like I'm running out of options. :( Does anybody else have any suggestions? TL;DR: I need a small form factor computer capable of H/W Acceleration on Linux, Composite Output, and powered by 5v. Anything helps. Thank you. submitted by heythere4521 [link] [comment]

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Thinking about doing this. I don't have a formal degree, so I really need to bolster my resume. Has anyone done this training? Any other better training/certification to have? Please share your experiences. submitted by thevjm [link] [1 comment]

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I found a Scientific Linux template here http://sourceforge.net/projects/lxctsl/?source=typ_redirect I am running Ubuntu on a Droplet at Digital Ocean I am looking for someone to help me deploy this. And tell me specifically how to get around my error so I can deploy this again and again. I get error getopt: unrecognized option '--rootfs=/usr/share/lxc/lxc-sl/scilinux/rootfs' ETA: sudo lxc-create -n scilinux -t sl -P/usr/share/lxc/lxc-sl Full source: https://github.com/johanek/toft/blob/master/scripts/lxc-templates/lxc-scientific-6 Unfortunately that is the first line of the template. FML Milly submitted by shibamilly [link] [comment]

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Possible talk of Debian fork over the systemd issue. http://www.linuxinsider.com/story/81262.html submitted by herbie643 [link] [comment]

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