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  1. bzar

    Even more to see here (now)

    Hindsight is 20/20. The sad reality is you don't know how a company of any price point is going to fare unless you have some good first- or second hand information to base the assumption upon. Quality is not a pure function of cost. By choosing a more expensive unknown instead of a cheaper...
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    Gamescom 2019

    Is that pyra running FTL? How?
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    Pyra News: Springs are brilliant!

    Springtime for Pyra!
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    Some personal stuff - and prototypes building!

    If Master Control is ported he could play it using pyra as just the controller though. Just to test the game controls :)
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    Not much text here. Just a video.

    That headset picture seems to be a right half of a promotional picture for an "air tube headset". They even have a fun experiment to "prove" their case.
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    Pandora PNDManager

    @Magic Sam , it is open source. PNDManager is a GUI based on Panorama (check the interfaces directory for the UI, plugins/pndmanagement for the libpndman/qtpndman plugin) and you can deduce the build steps from the makepnd recipe here.
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    Pandora PNDManager

    Great work @milkshake! I'm glad this was resolved without having to dig through old external hard drives for the magic compilation environment of PNDManager that bundles the correct Qt and everything. Sorry for @ZXDunny's experience though :$
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    Pandora PNDManager

    It's been a while since I used PNDManager myself (haven't been using my pandora recently), so no personal experience. PNDManager indeed does IIRC show local PNDs as well. Somehow the case sounds like a newly added PND is causing the issues. I wonder if the repo JSON could provide some insight? I...
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    Some personal stuff - and prototypes building!

    Some do. Not even remotely all in my experience.
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    Some personal stuff - and prototypes building!

    Even professionals make mistakes. See: the number of bugs we have in commercial software.
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    Back to normal!

    Congratulations! That was a hardware whodunnit if I ever saw one. Hopefully a full solution will show up in time. Matte dark dark grey. Not quite black, far from silver.
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    Tests, tests, and more tests.

    Well. That sounds like a proper mystery. By your description it does seem like some sort of "buildup" that triggers the effect, be it something electric like a capacitor charging or a zener diode passing its threshold, or software like a stack pointer running off the deep end or kernel driver...
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    What are you going to do when you first get your Pyra

    Customize the software to match my desktop: i3, zsh, nvim, various commandline tools, dotfiles, firefox addons and such. I want them to be practically mirror images.
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    Devuan on Pyra

    Are there any dbps with systemd dependencies currently? What specific systemd ecosystem dependencies would you suspect becoming relevant in the future? If pnds are anything to go by, dbps will mostly be regular userspace applications. Can you point to examples where such would explicitly depend...
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    Important color changes

    They will be reported on a case by case basis.
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    Shortest newspost ever... for now!

    I'm right there with you, though the sparkles in that specific material are not appealing. A nice matte look would be more desirable.
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    Let's move the moulds!

    So totally moled.
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    The tale of the cases

    Yup, my new work laptop logs stuff like "CPU0: Package temperature above threshold, cpu clock throttled" whenever I compile things or do other really resource intensive stuff. The CPU is Intel Core i7-7500U for reference. I think two metrics should be provided: peak performance and continuous...
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    Analyzing 4GB RAM

    What do you base the "a lot of people" part on? Surely you have more than conjecture to make such a claim. I could justify "some people", sure.