I thought I'd ask you guys. I've been spending the day looking at replacing a couple privacy-invasive tools, and I'm still struggling with messaging software.
As a majority of you (by the looks of it) runs Linux and are receptive to FOSS software, I'm interested in your advice.
Hi, I'm trying to run GOODTOOLS from Debian (that's actually in a VM on Windows) but I'm having issues...
Let's take for example one of the tools, "GoodSNES.exe", it is a windows executable that requires .NET, so to make it run I did this:
sudo apt-get install wine winetricks
Sounds nice and I'm quite tired of the ancient packages in Mint, but why KDE?
Any opinions on the whole thing?
I am maintaining some Linux setups for friends and family and need to add windows on one of them. The laptop is a Dell Latitude D630
Processor: Intel T7300 Core 2 Duo (2.0GHz, 800MHz FSB, 4MB Cache)
Graphics: Nvidia Quadro NVS 135M
I tried to work with wine for the last two years on...
Chris from Think Penguin has mentioned this before, but it's being crowd-funded now, and it's really cool!
So, basically, the design is there's a "PC card" that has the actual computer on it, and you put that into a case. The case can be a...
Recently got my GPDWin x7-Z8700 so decided to get rid of win 10 and install Kali (Debian Jessie Kernel 4.6)
Storage : Working just installed using a dd iso to USB stick.
Mouse : Working
Keyboard : Working
EtherNet : Yes via USB cheap Chinese dongle
WiFi : Working (needed patching)
LCD : Half...
Hi guys,i don't mind having dual core CPU if its properly optimized .Now take a look at PSP(Playstation Portable)with 333Mhz CPU and quality of games provided on it.Now comparing to the PSP this(Pyra provided) hardware is more powerful,but compared to GPD Win seems that most people don't get how...
This is a sumary of the research I've been doing on this subject. This reflects to my best will what I think can be done according to the documentation I've found.
First at all, the Cortex M4 cores might be clocked around 167 MHz 200MHz
Second, I found the OMAP543x Technical Reference Manual...
I just wanted to know if it's there a way to make something for the Pandora/Pyra under x86 Windows platform.
I'm using Code::Blocks , DevC++ , Monodevelop , Enigma , Game Maker 8.1.
What IDE do you suggest to use ?
Is there a pnd builder ? How can I package everything ?