I ran across the CADT Model while reading the replies to this blog. I guess the gnome developers have had ADD longer than I realized! :blink: :rolleyes: :D
on 08/02/2012 – Made popular on 08/02/2012
There is a 2GB model of the EVGA GTX 770 SC ACX, and a 4GB, with the 4GB model being only about $60 more. The 2GB seems to be more popular since it has much more reviews, both are 4 stars. If the 4GB model offers twice the VRAM, for only $60 more, why doesnt everyone get the 4gb model or why doesnt it get more attention? Is there any reason I should not get the 4GB model?
Having repeatedly heard that the most Linux-friendly printer brand is HP, I chose HP when buying a new printer last spring. Based only on my experience with this printer (HP Laserjet P1006), I'm not sure I understand why HP is said to be very Linux-friendly. The P1006 works in Linux, but only because I found a bare-bones Linux driver that someone wrote for it.
P2P lenders have sprung up in recent years online. Zopa in the UK pioneered the model, and has raised significant funding. And the P2P finance model has even spread to insurance. Now the model is spreading again, in a rather specific vertical. In the UK property is no longer mere property. It has morphed into a form of money.
Samba 4.1.8, an app that seamlessly integrates Linux/Unix servers and desktops into Active Directory environments using the winbind daemon, is now available for download. This is yet another maintenance build in the 4.1.x branch, but this is a bigger update than the previous ones and it comes with quite a few fixes.
there is no gnome-keyboard-properties available in fedora 17. I will want to set model of the keyboard. I tried system-setup-keyboard and it isn't showing anything.
I checked /etc/sysconfig/keyboard and it contains the configuration. the model list is available at /usr/share/X11/xkb/rules/base.lst however I am not sure how to manually add My keyboard model(just for the sake of it!).
Tesla CEO and founder Elon Musk just announced via Twitter and the company blog that the drivetrain warranty for the 85 kWh Model S has been extended, giving it an 8 year, infinite mile warranty to match that of the battery pack. This new warranty arrangement applies retroactively to every Model S every produced, too, meaning it benefits both existing and new owners.