Then there's cases like this that have ridiculously large internal volume, and almost place to put hard drives. Guess cases like this area all about accommodating super long graphics cards. 😞 https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Cases/Carbide-Series%E2%84%A2-Air-740-High-Airflow-ATX-Cube-Case/p/CC-9011096-WW
This NAS chassis comes highly recommended by Jim Salter, of Ars Technica, and co-host of the TechSNAP podcast. Requires a deep rack. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00N9CXGSO/
Another potential home NAS case, it even takes ATX power supply. No dust filter though. Also awkward to lay sideways on rack shelf given the side panel bulges - it's tough being a geek sometimes.
I've had my eye on the Silverstone CS381 for over a year, as a candidate for a home NAS. Reviews seem to pop up every 6 months or so, but it doesn't seem yet be for sale after debuting at CES 2018.
Not too often you see an email from Greg K-H show in in your inbox. :)
I opened a bug report w/Fedora earlier in the year. It was passed by Red Hat to the upstream kernel developers.
Happy Debian 10 Release Day!
Want to Change GNOME Shell Font? GNOME Devs Hear Ya! - OMG! Ubuntu!
I spent a lot of years in GNOME 2 and still find MATE to be a pleasant place to work.
I see a fun inexpensive summer project ahead. Either a small streaming box or intranet server. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXCjpJasvG0
Early Raspberry Pi 4 benchmarks
If you find an ICC color profile that better matches your laptop screen, and that makes your day, you might be a geek. I'm a geek. https://www.notebookcheck.net/Lenovo-ThinkPad-T560-Core-i7-940MX-3K-Notebook-Review.167770.0.html
Make this thing light gray & remove the silly side window, you got a gnarly 90s-look UNIX server box.
Strangely, for such a large box, it's missing hard drive storage.
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