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Kyle Riedemann
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Selling my Nexus 9, just lowered my asking price.

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Selling my HTC One M8, AT&T edition, but converted to GPE. Comes with all accessories included, and cases.

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Installed Android Studio for the first time in a while and found a new KVM based emulator for Linux. Completely negates the need for Gennymotion now.
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I'm planning on installing Ubuntu Mate 14.04 on my production machine before school starts next week, I just have one hangup right now. I have been a longtime Ubuntu and Fedora user, but my last install is Linux Mint 17.1, because I had an issue over the holidays that prompted me to nuke my Fedora install, and the tools pre-installed with Mint were very useful at the time. My workflow mostly remained unchanged in Cinnamon, but I've come to rely on the gTile extension to manage the windows I have open. I don't want to switch to a full on tiling window manager, but I really like having a hotkey that can organize my windows on a sensible grid. Is there any tool like this that I can use with the Mate desktop?

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This looks amazing, I need to set something like this up.
Did I just invent "Cloudtop" computing?

Here is Ubuntu MATE 14.04 running in a browser. More precisely, this is Ubuntu MATE 14.04 deployed in a +DigitalOcean droplet using X2Go to serve everything up via SSH. In this screen shot I am connecting with Firefox and the Download directory on my local computer is transparently mounted by the remote instance. Audio from the remote workstation is also streamed to the client.

The +DigitalOcean droplet has 1GB of RAM and 30GB disk, but the basic Ubuntu MATE session runs in ~170MB RAM and the complete install only requires 3.7GB or disk.

I am configuring this remote workstation with all my essential development tools so that I can connect to a productive workstation from anywhere and get stuff done. With the holidays approaching this will be most useful.

I'm working on some documentation that describes how to configure this and I will publish it soon. #showmydesktop
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The first of a few toys coming today!
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