posted 1 day ago on reddit
submitted by LenaDanch [link] [comment]

Read More...
posted 1 day ago on reddit
submitted by vsavkin [link] [comment]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by tpk1024 [link] [comment]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
Dell is pushing the XPS with Ubuntu. When users buy computers they just want things to work. I run Arch and when I install Arch and then any DE my touchpad is just whacky. It works, but the click with one finger drag with another is just all over the place. When moving windows they shoot to the top of the screen if I don't use the touchpad just right. Surely Dell isn't shipping their laptop with a whacky touchpad. What are they doing to minimize this issue? Honestly I've never configure touchpad-synaptics . Is that what Dell is doing? Just configuring the touchpad synaptics? Or are they just shipping with a whacky touchpad and chalking it up to that's just how it works? submitted by 9279 [link] [2 comments]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by pablomooney [link] [comment]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by agumonkey [link] [comment]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by mralphathefirst [link] [comment]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by rhabarba [link] [7 comments]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by vladmihalcea [link] [3 comments]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by CyberShadow [link] [comment]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by evoketechnologies [link] [comment]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
Last night I had to back up an entire 1TB disk that was giving rsync a bunch of trouble (long story), so I thought I'd use dd to shove the entire partition to a file which I could mount later and copy files off of. I did a quick search to make sure this would be doable, and stumbled on ddrescue (also, the older dd_rescue). I gave it a shot, and it was fast, really fast. To copy the files from a LUKS device to an external USB3 HDD with LUKS encryption using rsync gave me an avg. speed of around 20MB/s. To ddrescue the entire LUKS partition in /dev/mapper to the external HDD gave me speeds on avg. of 105MB/s, with peaks over 125MB/s! This is on one of the first generations of computers with USB3, so a newer model would almost certainly be faster, especially if the devices didn't have a crypto layer. Once you have the partition file, you can just mount -o loop and access it like any other partition. Also, if the operation gets interrupted for any reason, you can resume it where you left off. submitted by GLAMODYSSEY [link] [2 comments]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by Carl64 [link] [comment]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by thisisthetrueshit [link] [comment]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by pauloortins [link] [comment]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by freesquab [link] [2 comments]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by jleitgeb [link] [comment]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by driv338 [link] [comment]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by jsshirley [link] [comment]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by AndyFor [link] [4 comments]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by zionsrogue [link] [comment]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by WolfofAnarchy [link] [2 comments]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by 3G6A5W338E [link] [comment]

Read More...
posted 2 days ago on reddit
submitted by jsonmez [link] [2 comments]

Read More...