I'd really like 4+ some onboard msata or something for the boot drive. But that's going to be hard to find I think. As long as it has a chance of fitting into the case I'm putting it in and is reasonably priced, I'll take any offers at this point.
I think I have what I need. Thanks everyone.
Looking to create a storage target for my home lab using TrueNAS. The more sata ports the better. Need processor, cooler, motherboard, RAM. 8gb should be plenty for what I'm doing.
I'm just giving you my literal experience, not what I expect other users to experience or some bull shit trolling post about Linux vs Windows vs MacOS. Every time I've used Linux and set out to "This is going to be my desktop", what I wrote was what I came away with when I went back.
Maybe for the average user that is just going to turn on their PC and open Chrome, sure. But then wouldn't they just buy a Chromebook? My problem for decades now with Linux is kind of the contrary to how most Distros and Open Source software works, it's so fragmented that nothing seems "done"...
I like listening to The Vergecast, but man their corporate culture is just trash. Between shit like this and their racist former writer that they all got together to defend, not sure if I can even continue listening to the podcast.
Honestly it's one of my best Monthly/Annual bills, both home and work. But to each their own. People should be crying more over Adobe Acrobat. $17/user/mo for $400+ one time. What a joke of software that is.
You know that POS PSU that came free with that case you bought so you chucked it in the closet and replaced it with a good PSU? Yeah, that's the one I want.
I plan to cut the leads off and turn it into a bench power supply for projects. So I won't be tasking it with a huge load.
I have a...
Here's my problem. The register prints out a receipt and the person says "Would you like your receipt?" I say no and they throw it in the trash. How about they have to push a button to even print the receipt.
And just like that 90% of receipt waste went away.
It's about time we have a "Right to be Removed" from databases. I stayed at a Marriott once 5 years ago, do they need to keep that information? If I register for a forum, ask one question, and then have no use for it again shouldn't I be able to have my account removed? All those one off...
Cable companies aren't going to lose money from TV cutters. They'll just raise the cost of internet and apply cap overage charges. They have to stay in business, we're just shifting the cost from one service to another.