> 4 Removal and replacement procedures Preliminary replacement requirements Tools required You will need the following tools to comple te the removal and replacement procedures: ● Flat-bladed screwdriver ● Magnetic screwdriver ● Phillips P0 and P1 screwdrivers
I think I need to restructure my private key use. How are you guys doing it? One key for each service and copy the key to all devices? Or have one key for every device and use that on multiple services? Or have unique keys for each service on each device?
Obviously the last option would be the safest, I guess, but it's a hell of a lot of keys
Is it better to create a separate ssh-key for each host and user or just using the id_rsa key for all host to authenticate? Could one id_rsa be a malpractice for the privacy/anonymity policies?
having one ssh-key for all hosts:
in comparison to separat...
@Bob very "good" specs, but it's apples to oranges -- the SP4 is detachable to a tablet-only form factor, will almost assuredly be lighter, not have discrete graphics, and have Broadwell or even Skylake.
I'm probably gonna wait for Skylake because it's coming so blasted soon after Broadwell (provided there are no more delays)
I would actually kind of expect Microsoft to do a Broadwell, then a Skylake release of the Surface Pro... the Skylake one may not come until Q1 2016, but it'll be there not long after
aaand like clockwork, another GSoC, another tidal wave of poorly-trained programmers from third world countries introducing themselves on the mailing lists in extremely broken English, whose "portfolios" of accomplishments on Github consist of a few assorted repositories of documentation, and a metric ton of repos that have been forked from an upstream but with no local commits made
probably because the prospect of getting paid that much money for a summer's work is almost inconceivable to them compared to what they would make locally
as a native OS, yeah, def... in my case I'm too chicken to wipe the work partition entirely (AD integration, probably some 802.1x ethernet authentication, blah blah) so I VM into Linux then VPN out to my server :P
not going to shell out for a Windows license to put in a VM either
retail licenses are still very expensive even though upgrade licenses are cheap
if you make your build system cmake, you can write one CMakeFile and have cmake itself handle the details of how to drive the compiler, whether it's MinGW, Cygwin's own compiler, gcc for native Linux on Linux, Sun Studio, Visual Studio, or whatever
Which is nice. You don't even need to fiddle with solution files and the like. They aren't much more than makefiles anyway. They just are used for defining the libraries, file lists, and command lines.
The processor is not upgradeable—consider installing an SSD instead.
Your laptop uses a soldered (BGA 1023) processor, which cannot be replaced without special equipment.
You should consider installing a solid-state drive instead. The vast majority of consumer workloads are not compute-bound, b...
> The vast majority of consumer workloads are not compute-bound, but are I/O bound due to the slow random I/O performance of mechanical hard drives.
@allquixotic That tetris game I was making, I picked it up again. Trying to work on implementing text rendering right now. I'm gonna use SDL_ttf to do that, which renders text into a texture buffer, but I have to figure out how to get that to work. :P
@DragonLord you have to qualify the statement with what yo mean by "consumer workloads", but I'd agree strongly for things like office apps, web browsing, photo browsing, video watching, that kinda thing
for example, without changing the very average and unimpressive mobile Core i5 Sandy Bridge CPU and discrete GPU in my work laptop, but just upgrading the RAM from 4 GB to 8 GB and installing an SSD to replace the HDD (Samsung 850 Pro :D), performance has basically approached ~98% as fast as my Ivy Bridge i7 on my desktop with a RAID array of HDDs.
whereas before I would wait and wait and wait for anything to happen
the main consumer workloads where CPU still matters are (1) gaming, (2) any kind of content editing; audio editing, video editing, image editing, etc
and for gaming, it only really matters for RTS (AI), and simulation games (unbounded complexity)
Here is the problem. Its been ongoing over the last few months. It happens then gets reversed but every once awhile I will be dinged at a question over at SO. I am at the point where I have multiple -7 questions, and I believe my questions are not actually being randomly discovered, its just odd.
@allquixotic and for a common non-consumer workload (hey, isn't content editing not a consumer workload? :P), development of any form tends to benefit from a more powerful CPU, but moreso for larger projects - the compiler is happier
I went into a chatroom, I think I talked to a moderator, he never indicate one way or another. I explained the situation. He suggested something, indicated those votes wouldn't likely be reversed, then indicated they were not great questions without saying specifically what was wrong with them. I stop posting there for a lot of reasons their moderators were one of the reasons.
Figures.... BradleyDotNET wasn't even a moderator
I can't even find a moderator over at SO in a chatroom, lol