How to configure later-generation nVidia drivers to do their own power management now that it's supported on some models.
Applicable to Turing GPUs and Coffee Lake CPUs. Windbringer does not have the former (the GTX 1050Ti is a Pascal architecture, not a Turing architecture). Still, there are options.
A curated list of awesome MicroPython libraries, frameworks, software and resources.
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The first and hopefully only website you'll have to visit when configuring a Linux machine to use a printer.
A utility for Windows XP and Vista that makes it easy to reinstall your system because it hunts down and packages up every device driver installed on your system, zips them up, and asks you to save them off somewhere. After the reinstall, DriverMax will help you reinstall them.
The Nouveau project is developing opensource drivers for nVidia graphics cards that support both 2d and 3d acceleration. While it's nifty, it's still in the very early stages of development.
An application which downloads and archives Windows Updates for offline installation or slipstreaming.
A website that lets you search out and download missing .dll files to fix a botched reinstall or application upgrade.
Your one-stop RPM repository for all the packages that Redhat and Fedora Core won't package, like basic MP3 playback support.
Broadcom opensourced the GPU drivers for the RaspberryPi under a three-clause BSD license. The code is fully functional, hasn't been reverse engineered, and can be compiled and used imediately on the RasPi.
How to install Windows 7 from a USB key when your machine's RAID drivers aren't signed by Microsoft. You start by running the System Repair function of the installer...
Courtesy of NetBSD, a rump kernel allows the development of device drivers which can be compiled into a monolithic kernel, compiled as a loadable kernel module, or run in userspace like any other process. This also means that they can be written portably, i.e., they can potentially run on multiple operating systems. It's also possible to write a very simple kernel which acts like a framework to run these drivers in (hence, rump /kernel/).
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