I need some help.
I know nothing about hardware and need a new workstation (not a laptop).
Use cases are
- must support OpenBSD
- building an OpenBSD release as fast as possible
- run some VMM vms
- run a browser
- fit on desk (uATX?)
serial console and wake on lan would be neat.
I'm thinking Ryzen 7 3800X, 64GB RAM, nvme, passively cooled radeon(4) graphics card.
Looking for a list of all needed components, thanks!
Let's help them. The gnome foundation is going into war for the free software movement against patents trolls.
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TL;DR: If you have an HIDPI display, use wayland.
HIDPI and KDE... I was sure it was an issue of the past. I got KDE Neon to test.. and it was a nightmare to have "just the minimum" of working UI. And after 1 hours of fixing .. A small comment on reddit : "Wayland fix that". Wait.. Neon is not on wayland by default ? Ah! okay then. **Switch to wayland** : Now all my "patches" start to "overwork" (everything is too big) and after I removed them, now everything look fine.
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