Having issues occasionally where #xorg randomly goes to 100% CPU and freezes the desktop. Can still ssh in (that's how I know it's xorg, at least, that's what top says) but I can't seem to kill it easily so manually reboot. Anyone have any ideas, or ideas on how to diagnose?
Any recommendations on Linux Email clients?
Note: I'm not interested in thunderbird or emacs.
I spent days trying to find a distribution for my old rusty laptop that simply cannot run the proprietary poo that is Windows 10.
I briefly settled for openSUSE (like on my main machine), but then I saw @derek talking about AntiX in his video, so I installed it. I absolutely love it, I feel like my laptop can live a few more years at least. The laptop is like 10 years old.
Also, I feel like I don't need to install any proprietary junk on my laptop. Huzzah. If only I needn't use MS Teams...
Motherboard: Gygabyte GA-P55-USB3
CPU: Intel i7 860 (8) @ 2.794GHz
GPU: AMD ATI Radeon HD 7970/8970 / R9 280X
Pointers and boosts appreciated
Hey everyone, first Time using Mastodon.
Testing the Android app Tusky (this was sent using it)
P.S. I like the profile metadata idea
As per suggestion from @zenobit's post earlier:
I'm a #software #web_developer currently in Australia, I work mostly with #React, #Dotnet for backend stuff and #Azure for #devops
Greeting, Software engineer from Hilversum Netherlands. Interest (random order):
- Embedded software
- Game Development
- Tinkering with hardware
- open source / liberty
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