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  1. Looking for mobile router (or mobile 3G compatible) router ...

    by , 07-Aug-2011 at 06:05 (oldcpu's meandering thoughts on Computers, GNU/Linux and openSUSE)
    I'm looking for views on portable/mobile 3G mobile routers (with built in battery) !

    My wife suggested we consider this for our travels, as this may be an interesting way to go (and we are both Internet fiends). The philosophy is one has a very small (deck of cards size) router that obtains the Internet signal via a 3G connection. It then turns around and rebroadcasts this signal via a short range wireless. One can then connect their laptop, or tablet to that wireless, and thus have ...

    Updated 07-Aug-2011 at 06:14 by oldcpu

  2. GNU/Linux and openSUSE power management regressions

    by , 02-Jul-2011 at 02:15 (oldcpu's meandering thoughts on Computers, GNU/Linux and openSUSE)
    There are tidbits elsewhere in openSUSE forums on this possible Power Management regression topic, plus a number of articles on the Phornoix web site, and after a recommendation to do so, I thought I would start a blog entry on the GNU/Linux Power Management regressions impacting openSUSE, and some work arounds ( ! ).

    Originally, my posts on this topic was in an openSUSE forum thread here: Possible Power Management regressions in recent Linux kernels ?

    In that I noted ...
  3. HDMI -> VGA i xrandr

    Cały czas korzystam ze starego monitora z mniej popularną rozdzielczością. Podręczna ściąga, by ustawić brakującą rozdzielczość przy korzystaniu z przejściówki HDMI na VGA (d-sub).

    Najlepiej na sprzęcie, na którym monitor jest prawidłowo wykrywany sprawdzić co i jak:
    xrandr -q
    Na sprzęcie docelowym, wyliczyć wartości dla xrandr (poniżej wartości dla mojego przypadku):
    cvt 1600 1200 60
    Ustalić, gdzie jest podłączony monitor na docelowym sprzęcie: ...
    Tags: d-sub, hdmi, vga, xrandr
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