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answered Eclipse code formatter on a per file basis
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comment Gigabyte GA-Z77X-D3H MB problems
I had similar problem, and with the exact same cause. In my case motherboard is Asus P8Z77-V LX, and with the bad cable it won't power on at all. Could we update this question for the sake of future Google searches to 1) start a list of known problematic hardware 2) remove not so relevant specifics?
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comment System does not boot with DisplayPort plugged in
Alright, I guess I'll be looking for another cable. Another observation: just having the cable plugged in is fine, the problems start when there's an active DP device at the other end. Sounds a bit like this one: superuser.com/questions/443063/gigabyte-ga-z77x-d3h-mb-problems --both ends sending power over pin 20, and motherboard not liking this.
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comment System does not boot with DisplayPort plugged in
One monitor connects through DVI-to-DP adapter (monitor is DVI, card is DP), this works. I have trouble only with the one which is DP at both ends. Don't have another DP cable to test at the moment.
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comment What single nVidia card will drive three monitors?
@Arthur the 590 can do it (and others can't) because it has dual GPUs. A bit like SLI on one card.
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accepted Computer doesn't start when graphics card plugged in
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comment Computer doesn't start when graphics card plugged in
Uh, right, good idea. Will try when when I get a chance.
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accepted Scrobble shoutcast station on Ubuntu?
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comment Scrobble shoutcast station on Ubuntu?
Yeah, that's a solution -- hackish and brittle but works: * streamripper is also available on linux, * set up automatic playlist in Rhythmbox with 4 rules: ** Only songs from streamripper dump directory ** No songs from "incomplete" subdirectory ** Only songs added to library in last hour ** Only songs with play count = 0