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revised How to combine Ubuntu/Debian kernel config into single config
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answered Can't rename volume group in linux that had hyphens/dashes in name
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Sound in Ubuntu 10.04 guest VM in a Ubuntu 8.04 host is “slow”. How to fix it?
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revised How can I disable the low disk space warning on a single drive in Windows 8?
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reviewed No Action Needed Can no longer duplicate display to external monitor on Windows 7
Oct
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comment What happens when an SSD wears out?
@Splinter the point made in the article is that SSDs fail to give advance warning via SMART. May not be significant for the users who ignore it, but it's an important difference for everyone else.
Oct
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revised Can't read file from SSD
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Oct
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answered How do I add a apt-get repository without editing /etc/apt/sources.list?
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revised Sorting out mSSD acceleration on a Acer M3-581TG
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Aug
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revised How can I get high quality/low size MP4s like the LOL release group?
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answered How can I get high quality/low size MP4s like the LOL release group?
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comment Explanation of x264 tune
@Florin Both are for high-quality sources, but --tune film will filter some of the grain and --tune grain will preserve more of it. AIUI the latter should only be used if the grain is an important part of the visuals that could still be noticeable at the target settings.