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    Pottering Lands at M.S.

    Well, that's interesting. MSFT is a pretty big contributor to Linux these days, which might be why they hired him directly.
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    Today's article has you counting processors, cores, or threads really...

    Y'all can free to add it to the article as a comment. ;-) I'm now kinda curious as to how many possible ways you can get this information - probably excluding any GUI ways... If we include graphical applications, it's a bunch.
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    [Solved] Ubuntu 22.04 displayport cutting in and out

    No problem and glad it's sorted. It turned out to be the simple stuff that was overlooked after all. Sorry about that. I could have resolved this on Monday for you. I just figured it was something deeper, so moved along. And, don't feel bad/awkward for it being 'simple'. There's a lot to...
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    Post a screenshot of your Desktop

    By the way, y'all ruined it. Well, they ruined it by responding too quickly. When I saw the question about the language, I was going to reply "It's all Greek to me!" Alas, I missed the chance to do so. Anyhow, the low-level C-130 (I've got a few stories, for another time) reminded me of the...
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    [Solved] Ubuntu 22.04 displayport cutting in and out

    It doesn't show up in the drop-down menu starting with "Device" (in your image)?
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    Today's article has you counting processors, cores, or threads really...

    Yup, there's another one. There's also lscpu | grep "per socket" which should give an accurate result. There's a ton of ways to get this data. The article contains only a few.
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    Today's article has you counting processors, cores, or threads really...

    By the way, the article invites you to leave your method as a comment. ;-)
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    I have found out how to make free money - with one company...

    Yeah, I'm sure there's a threshold where they start to notice - but I went back through my previous activity and they've yet to notice. But, I don't return stuff all that often. It's in the 'few times a year' category. I usually know what I'm ordering and that what I'm ordering is suitable for use.
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    is there a *.* in Linux just like in Windows?

    I don't have time to experiment right now, but what you're asking doesn't look too hard. Someone may be along to hook you up and get you squared away.
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    Today's article has you counting processors, cores, or threads really...

    There are all sorts of ways to get this info. Might as well as pick one and run with it.
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    Today's article has you counting processors, cores, or threads really...

    The title says it well enough, though the article has some forced brevity... https://linux-tips.us/a-few-ways-to-count-cpu-processors-or-cores/ Sure, feedback is awesome, though my connectivity kinda sucks for the past couple of days and is even worse today.
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    I have found out how to make free money - with one company...

    I won't share the name of the company, for obvious reasons. (No, not greed, but 'cause I like the company.) I just noticed this and went back through older statements and it is consistently like this. I get cash back on credit card purchases. If I buy something and then get a refund, I still...
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    [Solved] Ubuntu 22.04 displayport cutting in and out

    I was wondering, when I first saw this, if you'd actually also configured it in your display options. I figured that was way too obvious and that you must have done so. So, I didn't ask. @Lord Boltar's comment reminded me the thread existed and I see it had little activity, so I might as well...
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    After installation laptop heats and fan make wierd noices

    Locking this thread. OP, you have been told to not make duplicate threads already. If this continues, your account will be banned.
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    is there a *.* in Linux just like in Windows?

    Yes, wildcards work in Linux. (Assuming that's what you mean.) *.* would be <any_string>.<any_string> so foo.bar and foo1.bar and foo3.bar are all candidates for a command that's using *,* as a query.
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    Lennart Poettering (of systemd & PulseAudio fame) has left RedHat...

    Yeah, so it has been reported... We'll see. I can't imagine where they'd go after RHEL.
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    Lennart Poettering (of systemd & PulseAudio fame) has left RedHat...

    So it is reported, at any rate... There has been some controversy surrounding all three of these things. Regardless of your personal thoughts on the subject of him or his work, let's keep it above the belt.
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    THE SERVICE AIRCRAFT PICTURE THREAD

    I have a huge chunk of that playlist on DVD.
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    Message I get every time I shut down (Solved)

    Let's test something first... Start your computer and run the following computer. sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade -y && sudo reboot Does it reboot without the error?
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    which linux should i choose , replies are welcomed.

    I find it helps keep the digression in one place. Y'all are creatures of habit.
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