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Oct
16
reviewed Approve bbswitch fails to turn off discrete graphics
Oct
16
comment bbswitch fails to turn off discrete graphics
@bharat_iyengar Following the README, you see that you might have to update your initial ramdisk. I am not so familiar with Fedora, but according to their wiki, you can run mkinitrd. As Fedora seems to use systemd, they likely use kmod too. Usually you do not need to enable the card on shutdown.
Oct
16
answered bbswitch fails to turn off discrete graphics
Oct
5
comment Force https performance
Apache does not ship with this module by default, the performance issue that OP is describing is not related to HTTPS on its own, but premature optimization / stupid configuration.
Oct
5
comment Force https performance
Possible duplicate of security.stackexchange.com/q/43376/2630? (which has more context). David, you do not have to use Apache... you can also use nginx which has a very clean configuration syntax. See nginx.org/en/docs/http/converting_rewrite_rules.html if you want to switch.
Sep
9
comment How does SSD Wear Leveling work?
wrt AHCI vs IDE, have you tried superuser.com/q/471102/47108?
Sep
6
revised what's meaning of the following linux script
clarification
Aug
31
accepted Does VT-d need hardware support (besides the CPU)?
Aug
31
answered Does VT-d need hardware support (besides the CPU)?
Aug
29
comment Logitech T400 Zone Touch Mouse not pairing to unifying receiver
Could it be paired with another receiver in your neighborhood while that machine is still powered on?
Aug
23
awarded  Yearling
Aug
17
comment iftop - how to select a wireless USB device
Have you tried man iftop?
Jul
25
revised Linux - How to get the reason for wakeup?
fix broken link
Jun
29
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
27
comment pidgin & pidgin-data version conflict
@Teifi You should use apt-cache policy pidgin pidgin-data to determine where the packages are installed from.
Jun
27
revised Determining Namespaces Not in the ACPI Spec
context, not contents
Jun
27
answered Why does my DSDT table is different from what I found online?
Jun
27
answered Determining Namespaces Not in the ACPI Spec
Jun
21
comment MiniITX-based NAS can't shutdown properly when Wake-on-Lan is enabled in BIOS
@Mr.Goodkat Still having this issue? Since you mentioned Debian, can you attach the full output of dmesg and pastebin the output of sudo acpidump > acpidump.txt somewhere?
Jun
18
comment Does VT-d need hardware support (besides the CPU)?
That user does not look like a GA employee. Isn't Z86 Express referred to from Z68X? My question still stands, is VT-d support dependent on the hardware (motherboard!) or firmware (BIOS)?