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post Oct 1 2015, 10:47 AM

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ROBOCOM Development -- Part I


ROBOCOM Development -- Part II


ROBOCOM -- Introduction -- Part I


ROBOCOM -- Introduction -- Part II


post Jul 14 2019, 05:25 PM

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QUOTE(skymyxe @ Jan 3 2008, 02:14 PM)
DELUGE. The best bittorent client so far. Getting 80KB/s average  thumbup.gif
I would not say DELUGE is the best, but it is okay. qBittorrent is actually the best I have used so far. qBittorrent is cross-platform, available on many operating systems, including: FreeBSD, Linux, macOS, OS/2, Windows. Some of the features are Bandwidth scheduler, Bind all traffic to a specific interface, Control over torrents, trackers and peers (Torrents queueing and prioritizing and Torrent content selection and prioritizing, Cross-platform: Windows, Linux, macOS, FreeBSD, OS/2, DHT, PeX, encrypted connections, LSD, UPnP, NAT-PMP port forwarding support, µTP, magnet links, private torrents, IP filtering: file types eMule dat, or PeerGuardian, Supports IPv6, but cannot use IPv4 and IPv6 at once[11]
post Sep 8 2019, 09:05 PM

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Anyone tried running centos in thinkpad T480 or T490? Any issue? Planning to upgrade my X230 to T480/T490. Currently im running centos 7 (latest) without any issue. Being used for few years without any hw compatibility issue.
post Sep 16 2019, 06:08 PM

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Centos proven to work on T420 and T460. Haven't tried on latest T yet
post Sep 26 2019, 01:40 AM

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QUOTE(the18th @ Sep 16 2019, 06:08 PM)
Centos proven to work on T420 and T460. Haven't tried on latest T yet
Except the fingerprint module.

Its always sucks in Linux.
post Sep 27 2019, 02:21 PM

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QUOTE(failed.hashcheck @ Sep 26 2019, 01:40 AM)
Except the fingerprint module.

Its always sucks in Linux.
True. It's better to save money and spec your new ThinkPad without any fingerprint reader. If you insist on some sort of scanning for login, I think right now it's better to spec an IR camera option instead when ordering. That way you can use something like Howdy for Windows Hello style facial recognition. That said, the vendors list on LVFS says Synaptics are testing some drivers for Linux, so maybe there's hope for fingerprint readers.

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