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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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I am using a workstation in my department that runs on Linux. Normally I start it up and a windows like interface comes up. Now I am getting that black screen where you're supposed to type stuff. It just says the name of the OS (CentOS). How do I get to my stuff? Please help, I have a paper due tonight and have to get to my data to make one more figure. Thank you!!!! submitted by chaturangasaurus [link] [comment]

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Many programs are not in official linux repositories, but lie on the github or other VCS sites. Since I want to use such software and keep it up to date, is there a tool which can help me with that? It should be able to track git repositories, notify me when changes happen and potentially execute some actions, like updating local repo copy to latest edition and run $ make install; or variant of such actions. submitted by Citopan [link] [2 comments]

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