So, I've been trying to enable integrated graphics of my cpu but I messed up. The system didn't output to the monitor after enabling integrated graphics, then I reset BIOS settings, but even then, nothing changed.
I booted from another hard drive and it worked. So, I realized I must have...
Below 50C is nothing to worry about. I don't have any idea what has caused to increase temperature though. I moved from Manjaro to RPIOS last week (again), and didn't notice any significant different between temperature as I expected. I used Manjaro KDE Plasma before, so I expected to see a...
Give Ardour a try, or LMMS. I installed Ardour on my machine but didn't have time to go through settings yet, but as I know, it is a great application.
I am currently using Cubase and Magix, so I still have to use windows installed on a separate hard drive.
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Seriously? I'm typing this on a RPI4 running Manjaro Linux KDE Plasma. I use this everyday 24/7. I always works on different web browsers at the same time along with couple of terminals. And I haven't noticed any performance issues up until now.
I used from Windows 95 to windows 10. I still do...
clam av is installed on my RPI4 as a precaution though I haven't installed it on my main machine. Java scripts are disabled on most of browsers and when I want to do something spooky, there's virtual machines whenever I want it.
After all, it's all about practising good opsec
I tried, but still the same result. And also, on debian documentation web page, it is mentioned that the use of the 340 series driver is discouraged if it is not included in Debian stable releases due to "serious unfixable security vulnerabilities".
So, there's no way around to install them on LMDE?
Heartbreaking to hear this after wasting days on this matter. What if I install Normal Linux Mint (Ubuntu based) and install drivers using built in Drivers Manager?
Huge Mint fan here.
I experienced screen tearing issues after waking up my computer from sleep. Then, as a solution, I was trying to install proprietary nvidia drivers in my LMDE 5 setup and so far, everything I tried was a fail.
First I tried to install drivers from synaptcs.
Two days ago, I went out with few of my friends and some other people I've never met earlier (friends of my friends). I was hoping to chat with them the whole day, because I didn't have a chance to go out in last couple of weeks and i really needed to polish my social interactions.
All I could...