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I have a GTX 660, usign xorg drivers (where both screens works well) makes my pc to constantly freeze, so I have to use nvidia drivers. If I use nvidia drivers, the integrated one (i5-3550k) to not work. I've tried millions of things like identify the screen and add it manually with xrandr, installing both drivers but nothing worked, can you please help me with this? submitted by sKeLz0r [link] [comment]

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Games can just be downloaded via your package manager but have steam as a dependency. They will be deployed as any other program, on distros that still use this ridiculous /usr/games namespace they will be deployed in that fashion While you can download any game you wish, in order to play them you have to activate them via steam. Upon activation, steam generates a key for you based on your login credentials and possibly a hash of your hardware requiring logging in and asking for a new key on new hardware. Game will not launch unless the key checks out Everyone is happy I will stop bitching about how Steam is a goddamn terrible port that feels and behaves like a Windows program in every way possible. submitted by MiUnixBirdIsFitMate [link] [comment]

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So since I've been trying to get this to work for a couple of months and got nowhere so far. I've tried many suggestions, so in the hope someone will recognise my issue, here's a YouTube video of it happening: https://youtu.be/PPSv3ov4LBI To note: After I shot this video, the VM crashed to no video output and hung my Arch Linux install completely. No input even from non-passthroughed USB devices. First proper hard reset. So hopefully someone will see this and recognise the issue :P Specs: AMD FX 8350 (6/8 cores dedicated to VM, cores 2 through 7 pinned) GTX 970 Passthroughed, latest Win10 drivers GTX 760 Host GPU, latest Linux Drivers 8/12GB RAM dedicated to VM VirtIO Network Adapter VirtIO img for OS VirtIO partition mounted for games i440fx machine type, Q35 when I can get it to install Windows properly Will probably x-post in Linux Questions, but always get such helpful responses from here, more so than LinuxQuestions. Thanks for reading :) submitted by Jako81624 [link] [comment]

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Hello, I love Unity, it looks sleek with some tweaks and I like how it works. But, I want it to be fast, and i love me some arch, so how would unity work on Arch? Experiences? Thanks! submitted by WolfofAnarchy [link] [comment]

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Hey guys, I'm currently debugging some Android and FirefoxOS devices and I'm trying to look into what the OEM vendors are doing (debugging HTTP traffic via Wi-Fi AP). My host is of course Linux, but it's currently real pain to debug all that traffic with wireshark. Is there an easier alternative available? My Google Fu is bad and doesn't show a thing with that crappy fuzzy search. Optimum case would be having an alternative to Fiddler (Windows) or Charles Proxy (OSX). I tried out the Charles download for Debian, but it has a totally buggy deb package that requires a shitload of java :-/ Please, no suggestions to use a Windows VM for debugging, because Mobile device > Wi-Fi AP > USB adapter > VM > Proxy debugger > NAT > Router > WAN would be real overkill for my 9 years old computer. I'm also physically bound to my ISPs Router, so I can't put another router in between (carrier-grade NAT would not allow it). As all German cable-provider devices, I have pretty much zero functionality there. submitted by rainbowlazerunicorn [link] [comment]

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I watch netflix titles on Chrome, o/s Mint 17. recently, a movie was interrupted with a full-page display headed, "MESSAGE FROM NETFLIX". It went on to tell me that I'd been asked to update my securitu settings and supplied a link to do so with the admonition that not complying would void my Netflix account. Now, this was such an obvious malware ploy, that I did not, of course follow the link. However, I did go to my account and, via the chat feature, reported the above. All the chat guy could supply in the way of assistance was to either purchase anti-virus protection, or use my account on a Windows machine, since Linux wasn't approved for Netflix. Not a lot of help, eh? submitted by suncoaster12 [link] [2 comments]

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This is /r/linux, it should be /r/GNULinux due to the enormous contributions made by Richard Stallman and other leaders of the GNU project to the development of the Linux kernel submitted by WojakWithAKodak [link] [3 comments]

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