I'm thinking about putting together my own machine from components. I have an old box/tower lying around; I think it takes ATX boards.
Anyone have ideas about linux-compatible mother boards, CPUs and GPUs? How to avoid UEFI problems? I think I can come up with about $500, give or take. Current laptop has 2GB RAM and a 1Ghz CPU, so that's the power I need to beat.
I say we boycott Veber.
The Foundation says:
According to our London counsel, some of the best pieces of evidence we can submit to the European trademark office are official letters from well-known companies "using PYTHON branded software in various member states of the EU" so that we can "obtain independent witness statements from them attesting to the trade origin significance of the PYTHON mark in connection with the software and related goods/services." We also need evidence of use throughout the EU.
I've decided to switch to a new Linux distro. I've been playing around with it for months on a small partition, and I now have it tuned exactly the way I like it. So, now, I'd like to do an install on one of the larger partitions, to replace the system that was already there. However, if I do a fresh install, I'd have to go through lots of re-tuning and duplicated effort. Is there a way of copying the contents of one partition to another so that it will all still boot up and work properly? Can I use dd? What do I do about GRUB? Thanks!
It is powerful, brutal and absolutely true to the original. In fact, it is like reading the original, and much of it is taken directly from Fagle's wonderful translation. Get thee to the theater and see it!
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