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    Stugots reacted to longblock454's post in the thread Programming an OS with Like Like.
    Short answer, no.
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    Stugots replied to the thread "More Secure" Architecture?.
    Been using AIX and PowerPC since the late 2000’s. My first exposure to IBM PowerPC was Power4 Processors and AIX 5.1. Wish I could run AIX at home. I prefer AIX to any Linux distribution at this point. One thing I will say about x86 is that...
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    Stugots replied to the thread Old supermicro board question.
    Hah! I thought I was the only person using an old ass system like this for gaming!
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    Stugots replied to the thread Chrome OS Flex.
    When the product is free, you’re the product… I’ve been avoiding google products and services for the better part of a decade now.
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    Stugots reacted to Keljian's post in the thread Time for a new router? with Like Like.
    Gonna be blunt. This is what you expect with consumer gear. How big is your house? what internet connection? My default recommendation for tech savvy types these days is: For connections under 800mbps symmetrical - 800/800 or 1000/40 etc - Get...
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    Found this, might help people getting these things to work after blowing away the factory image: https://www.evolveiii.com/e3-downloads/E3 Driver.zip Still hoping to find a source for updated BIOS images, but this is useful too.
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    I'm waiting for more distro's to start adopting Kernel 5.19 that is supposed to have better compatibility with the WIFI and Sound chips on this piece of shit. I just ended up reflashing it with the Windows 10 image it came with and tried...
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    Stugots reacted to toast0's post in the thread Data Recovery with Like Like.
    Stop using the drive to not mess it up any further. I'd recommend pulling a full disk image of the drive, and mess with the image rather than the original disk. Ideally, actually mess with a copy of the image and not the image, so you can copy...
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    Stugots replied to the thread Can't update 2009 Macbook Pro.
    You could try a Mac OS Install Patcher to see if you can get a slightly newer than supported version running on there. I've had decent luck with it in the past: http://dosdude1.com/
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    Stugots replied to the thread Question about networking.
    You can't just use the existing coax to pull the cat6 through?
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    How were you connected to your router? Because if you are connecting to your router via Ethernet, and your router uses Gigabit on it's LAN ports, then you are not going to get faster than gigabit... And if you are expecting speeds that fast...
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    Stugots replied to the thread Question about networking.
    If you do powerline networking you'll need something to bridge the phases, or else you'll only have communications on one phase. I personally would just rip out all the damn coax and run cat6 or better. You could try doing wireless everywhere...
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    Are you sure you want the drive spinning down/up that often? That is the most stressful time for a spinning drive like that. Might be better to let it stay spinning even if it's completely idle/empty.
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    Stugots replied to the thread Your CPU progression.
    Intel 486 66mhz Cyrix PR166+ 133mhz Intel Celeron 433mhz @ 590mhz (Deschutes) Intel Celeron 600mhz @ 1020mhz (Coppermine) Intel Celeron 1100mhz @ 1300mhz (Coppermine) Intel Celeron 1300mhz @ 1600mhz (Tualatin) Intel Pentium 4C 2.4ghz @ 3.4ghz...
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    Stugots replied to the thread Server build for work.
    May I ask what industry this is for?
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    Stugots replied to the thread Server build for work.
    Truth. Yes, you can build your own server-grade machine. Yes, most pre-built server-grade servers are just using off the shelf parts. But you don't want to be on the hook when you run into some edge case incompatibility or have to chase down a...
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    Stugots reacted to MrGuvernment's post in the thread Server build for work with Like Like.
    Ask your bosses how long can they afford to be down? if they can not answer that question they should not be running a business. Case $5k for a "critical database" server is a joke.. Sure you can build it yourself, and the second it goes down...
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