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Rafi X

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I tested Euro Truck Simulator 2 on Linux with software video recording - Simple Screen Recorder. PC: Intel i5 6600, GPU Palit GTX 680 2 GB andz 8 GB DDR4.

Game settings: 1920x1080, vsync, ultra details + distance in mirros: high

Gameplay "highlights" from this benchmark:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGYjjyURenc

RESULTS:
(average values not inclue 2 first and last minute, minimum value comes before game start)

CPU usage: 72% (max. 85%)
RAM usage: 2382 MB (max. 4698 MB, min. 771 MB)
VRAM usage: 1066 MB (max. 1212 MB, min. 190 MB)
Loadavg (1 min.): 3,97 (max. 6,6)
Airflow temperature: 25,5°Ć
CPU temperature: 50°C (max. 54°C, min. 28°C)
GPU temperature: 70°C (max: 74°C, min. 36°C)
GPU cooler: 1136 RPM (max. 1274 RPM, min. 840 RPM)

#ets2 #benchmark #recording #gameplay #linuxgaming
 
Benchmark na Linuxie w grze Euro Truck Simulator 2 na Intelu i5 6600, grafice Palit GTX 680 2 GB oraz 8 GB DDR4. Tym razem test podczas programowego nagrzewacza ekranu - Simple Screen Recorder.

Ustawienia gry: 1920x1080, synchronizacja pionowa, detale ultra + widoczność w lusterkach wysoka.

Fragmenty gry nagrane podczas testu:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGYjjyURenc

WYNIKI:
(średnia nie uwzględnia 2 pierwszych i ostatniej minuty, minimalna wartość została zmierzona przed uruchomieniem)

Zużycie CPU: 72% (maks. 85%)
Zużycie RAM: 2382 MB (maks. 4698 MB, min. 771 MB)
Zużycie VRAM: 1066 MB (maks. 1212 MB, min. 190 MB)
Obciążenie systemu (1 min.): 3,97 (maks. 6,6)
Temperatura otoczenia: 25,5°Ć
Temperatura CPU: 50°C (maks. 54°C, min. 28°C)
Temperatura GPU: 70°C (maks: 74°C, min. 36°C)
Chłodzenie GPU: 1136 obr/min (maks. 1274 RPM, min. 840 RPM)

#ets2 #benchmark #linuxgaming #i5 #gtx680 #gameplay #recording

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This is how i felt when I installed Ubuntu Linux for the first time :) 
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+T. Neulaender
Last time I tried Linux it was to try and play Eve Online on it, along with Mass Effect, Star Wars KOTOR 1 and 2. Gave up after Neverwinter Nights 2 was installed and never opened up.

The games would either crash, very low FPS something like 5fps. or would just never run. So in the end I gave up and went back to windows.

I know its not a fault with Linux as it is a very solid platform the problem lies with the game developers just making games for one OS. Something which I always thought to be illegal as you can't have a closed market.
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BayWatcher Pro 8.20 is a certified eBay auction tool for buyers and sellers on eBay.
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Very rewarding to see how Juju is speeding up the delivery of very complex infrastructure at scale. Ubuntu is an operating system. Juju is an operations system. Juju distils everything the community knows about operating a piece of software - connecting it to other software, backing it up, making it highly available etc - into open source we all can share. Think of it as open sourcing SAAS.
 
Flexwebhosting now on Ubuntu cloud!

Imagine, you have 60.000 customers and 6500 servers and your whole architecture is nothing, but a mess, a total mess! A slowly grown, unstructured, unadministratable patchwork, as everywhere.

And then you evaluate "open source" virtualization solutions, that aren't fully open source.

And you're totally pissed off by VMware, RedHat, Oracle, HP, Microsoft and all the other U.S. companies with their - only partly - open solutions and all their (by law) NSA backdoors.

And then, after a couple of days, all your customers find themselves migrated to new, much faster, much smaller and much more energy efficient hardware without or with just minimal disruption.

And your administrative mess is gone, replaced by a simple, nice graphical GUI, called JUJU. And it's all open source, completely!

https://insights.ubuntu.com/2016/03/14/flexwebhosting-spins-up-services-in-record-time-with-canonical/

Isn't that just wonderful?

Have fun!
Flexwebhosting is one of the largest web hosting providers in the Netherlands with over 60,000 customers and houses over 6,500 web servers in different data centers in Amsterdam. Working with Canonical and choosing its managed cloud offering Bootstack as well as its service modelling tool Juju helped reduce time to service to minutes rather than days. Read the full case study
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Jaden Weiss

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Lol.
 
Allwinner - A Chinese ARM vendor's Linux Kernel root backdoor snippet #infosec #security Thx https://wikicoding.org/wiki/c/Kernel_root_backdoor_snippet/ 
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it is seems a debug code
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Adrian Arroyo

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Max Wachtel

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finally found a distro that works well on my acer aspire 5250. +Solyd XK xfce version. The acer has Fn key combos that adjust the brightness and volume. Most distros and even win10 could not support it but with solyd they work just fine.
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Adrian Arroyo

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XnViewMP is a Full-featured Image Manipulation and Batch Converter Tool

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The quality of image and video capture has improved tremendously over the years and the capabilities of our digital devices continue to push the limits of image
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Complete training course for Linux/Unix administrators.
Learn how to dominate your O.S.
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jean dupres

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Flatpak : Flatpak is the new framework for desktop applications on Linux.
http://bit.ly/1Z6pQ2i
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There needs to be an app-store to promote flatpak.
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Samsung ❤️ Ubuntu Core and Snaps for IoT
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Another example of what's wrong with #systemd

It's a headless machine. After adding an nfs mount, I rebooted and couldn't ping the machine. Had to get a monitor and keyboard to see what the problem was. Fighting with systemd was not on my schedule for today :(
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On a side note it is always good practice to unmount new partitions and test all works with a mount -a. I found this solved all my pebkac's when editing fstab.
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It's FOSS

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He is so right about us, the Linux users
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he is so right about offering and helping people. How important voluntarism is to all.
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Samsung buys Cover of Bon Apitite May 2016; Includes an Android tablet and is wireless connectivity to IoT via HTTP.
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LabXNow-Code, Develop and Test Software From Anywhere On The Cloud

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The practice of using a network of shared remote servers hosted on the Internet is gaining popularity and many people around the world are now advancing to this
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Swapnil Bhartiya

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Richard M Stallman, the founder of GNU GPL told us in an email that he has not read her blog as he doesn’t allow random Javascripts run on his machine, but from what he has heard about her blog he concluded that “Hurst’s understanding of GNU GPL ‘typical of children aged 11 and under.” He recursively backtracked from his statement by adding that some children under 11 actually do have a better understanding of free software that Hurst has.

http://www.muktware.io/annette-hursts-gnugpl/
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I recommend reading the GNU GPL before blogging about the GNU GPL
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