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Processors cores over processor speed [closed]

Dual 5520 Quad-Core Xeon 2.26GHz with HT & Turbo(2.53 GHz) -vs- Single Quad-Core E3-1240v2 (3.4 GHz to 3.8 GHz) I run web hosting. I'm just wondering which would be more ideal. Personally, I am ...
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Trying to start a GUI process on a second machine

Background: I am helping out create a media wall from spare computers/screens for a local university to use processing.org/java to distribute renders across several machines. However, it's still ...
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Linux: Tool to monitor every process, execute-command, shortly, monitor what's happening at the moment [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I log all process launches in Linux Hello, due to a freeze problem of my Ubuntu 10.10 (it is not isolatable) I though about logging every executable of the ...
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Does libgd use the GPU or the CPU by default?

http://www.libgd.org/ is the library's website. I can find out on my own and post the details here later, but if anyone knows off hand it would save me a bit of time today I really need for other ...
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Convert color photos of documents to good black-and-white (bitonal) images?

Since I don't have a copier or scanner, I'm using an 8 megapixel camera to copy documents. This works pretty well except they need a lot of processing afterward. I'd like to get from a photo to a ...
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Free tool to extract objects from photos

Is there a free tool that's good at extracting objects from photos? It has to work on linux For instance, extracting a person from a photograph.
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Linux software for creating HDR images? [closed]

Is there any good sofware available for linux for creating HDR images?
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Paint.NET equivalent for Linux?

On Windows, my favorite image editor is Paint.NET. However, on Linux, GIMP is as unfriendly as photoshop despite having less features. (i.e. It takes ages to load, their's far too much stuff). Most ...