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comment I've placed a binary in my $PATH, but when I run it from powershell it gets its own directory instead of the current directory
It does contain that line of code. I think there's a further issue in hugo. I made a comment about it here: github.com/spf13/hugo/issues/604#issuecomment-64957422
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comment I've placed a binary in my $PATH, but when I run it from powershell it gets its own directory instead of the current directory
I tried installing from source again, but it's having the same problem. Not sure what's going on.
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comment I've placed a binary in my $PATH, but when I run it from powershell it gets its own directory instead of the current directory
Thanks, I honestly thought it was something to do with Powershell, not hugo itself. Looks like I was searching in the wrong place.
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comment I've placed a binary in my $PATH, but when I run it from powershell it gets its own directory instead of the current directory
I originally had, but it was doing the same thing, which is why I tried the precompiled binary. Don't know why it didn't work then, maybe the fix isn't in the master branch yet. EDIT: Nope, it's clearly in the master branch. I'll give installing from source another try, thanks!
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asked I've placed a binary in my $PATH, but when I run it from powershell it gets its own directory instead of the current directory
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comment System will not boot/bios freezes with PCI-E graphics card installed
Thanks for the help. I've actually gotten it to work since I posted this question. Unfortunately, I have no memory of how I fixed it (this question was posted three years ago ;-) )
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comment System will not boot/bios freezes with PCI-E graphics card installed
No luck with resetting the BIOS. I've also tried using the card in the PCI-E 8x slot, but the system doesn't even detect it there, even if I tell the bios to initialize it first.
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comment System will not boot/bios freezes with PCI-E graphics card installed
I've tried resetting the bios with no luck. I don't know if I'm running the latest bios, but the changes in the updated versions they have on their website don't say anything about graphics cards.
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comment System will not boot/bios freezes with PCI-E graphics card installed
Okay, just swapped out the power supply for a 750W one. No luck.
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comment System will not boot/bios freezes with PCI-E graphics card installed
Are you sure about that? Max power consumption under full load for this graphics card is 259W, my processor is 65W... The hard drive/DVD drive and fans can't be drawing that much, can they?
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comment System will not boot/bios freezes with PCI-E graphics card installed
Definitely not the GPU - this is the second card I've tried. I returned the first one to the store where I got it - They tested it and it worked fine. Resetting the BIOS is going to be my next step though.
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