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  1. Thread: Hdmi-cec?

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    Have you tried it? I had put OpenElec on my...

    Have you tried it?
    I had put OpenElec on my Rasberry Pi, and and far as I can remember, it just worked (or if not, just checking a single box did it). I was able to use the TV's remote control to...
  2. This is the state-of-the-art for FOSS laptops

    I'm sure at least some of the folks here have seen Bunny's Novena Open Laptop/computer. This is the closest you can get, and provides you with capabilities just not available on anything else. I'd...
  3. If you're interested in this, I highly suggest...

    If you're interested in this, I highly suggest stopping by the #flashrom channel on Freenode on IRC. Also, if you send an email to the mailing list, there's probably other people interested in or...
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    Thank you for all your efforts, especially documenting them!

    Thank you for this great guide, and follow-up. I don't own any PowerPC equipment, but it's clear you've put a good amount of effort in, and just as importantly, documented everything for future...
  5. Here's a Linux solution from one of the flashrom...

    Here's a Linux solution from one of the flashrom folks:

    tail -c 8M E7738v37.exe >bios.rom

    Good luck!
  6. Universal Extractor is probably what you want

    If you've already tried extracting the files using 7-zip and that didn't work or didn't give you usable files (it works a decent amount of the time), then you'll want to get a copy of Universal...
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    ME: Intel's Management Engine Handles lots of...

    ME:
    Intel's Management Engine
    Handles lots of things related to the BIOS, and allows for some fancy (and creepy) enterprisey-features if your laptop supports VPro. It's more or less a second...
  8. Amazing articles covering everything about the Linux graphics stack

    I can't remember seeing either of these articles, but they're both amazing, and very in-depth.

    The newer one is Xplain: Explaining X11 for the rest of us.


    The one that came before that was...
  9. Can you test USB storage vs. USB-attached SCSI storage?

    I just learned about UAS (USB-attached SCSI) enclosures, and would love to see some disk/IO benchmarks numbers vs regular USB devices using the mass-storage driver. Here's the post I found out about...
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    Steam's "DRM"

    Hi, this post by Ethan Lee (well-regarded Linux porter) on Google+ talks about the common case of people thinking a game on Steam has DRM, and about Steamworks and how even that can be used without...
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    Anyone use Samba4 or OpenXChange?

    I've been vaguely aware of Samba4 and OpenChange, which is an Exchange-compatible email server product. Has anyone used either of these in a test or production environment?
  12. Looking for opinions on a couple of laptops

    Hi, at my job we're upgrading some of the laptops to newer models, and my boss is okay with giving me one of the older models.
    I've got a choice between two HP models:
    HP Compaq 8510w with a Core 2...
  13. I'm glad I'm not the only confused by the "sadly...

    I'm glad I'm not the only confused by the "sadly no VC-1 hardware encoding". H264 is really all you need for Blu-ray, and if you plan to make an actual Blu-ray, you won't be using the hardware...
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    I'm sure they do vet it- which is why it's kind...

    I'm sure they do vet it- which is why it's kind of pointless to try getting a cert if you plan to do malicious things. You still have to provide information, and if you're going to try to convince...
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    Theoretically, if you had the driver built and...

    Theoretically, if you had the driver built and working, you could get ReactOS to sign it.
  16. Bug reports on pts requiring root password for certain items

    Hi Michael, just thought you might like to know about these bug reports:
    https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=477798
    http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=717536

    The person in the...
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    Okay- wish there was a way to do it faster.

    Okay- wish there was a way to do it faster.
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    So, maybe it won't be as hard as you think. Wine...

    So, maybe it won't be as hard as you think. Wine does put out tarballs of all the releases, and since you know it worked with 1.3, I would check 1.4 to see if that release worked. If it does, you've...
  19. As an owner of one of those chips, I'd just like...

    As an owner of one of those chips, I'd just like to add a yes please! .
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    Intel 945gm-friendly games

    Hi, I'm hoping to make a list of the currently available games that can be played on the Intel 945 series graphics chip. (Or if you know an easy way to check what OpenGL level a program needs, that...
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