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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Create a fan curve using lm-sensors "fan control"

    It's a Powercolor RX 5600 XT ITX, to be fair to it I've been playing Metal Gear Solid V at 2K, max settings, putting out a constant 60 fpsand it has been fine so far. Temperatures generally go from...
  2. [ubuntu] Create a fan curve using lm-sensors "fan control"

    Hello all,

    So I've ordered my first graphics card which by all accounts has great potential, but comes with a god awful default fan curve which literally results in a hot burning smell, as the fan...
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    Re: Gaming hardware with Linux?

    I'm actually looking at buying a graphics card right now so I'm also interested in this. I was leaning towards a AMD RX5700 XT basically because it's in my price range and I want a really mainstream...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: A safe method of passing login credentials to openvpn automatically?

    You mean with regards to an attacker being able to reveal my VPN password by exploting openvpn or gaining access to /etc/openvpn/login.cf?

    What would be the consequence if this did happen? that...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: A safe method of passing login credentials to openvpn automatically?

    This is amazing, thanks.
  6. [SOLVED] A safe method of passing login credentials to openvpn automatically?

    Hello all,

    So every time I want to connect to my VPN, I have to open the providers site, sign in, get my login credentials for openvpn and then copy them across and connect from the terminal. Not...
  7. [SOLVED] Re: Testing USB pen drive with poor write speeds

    I see, thanks for all your help, as well as the links, (and to everyone else too!).
  8. [SOLVED] Re: Testing USB pen drive with poor write speeds

    Thanks, I totally agree, but I always try to learn how to use the most basic command line utilities so I know I will be able to use them over multiple distros and potentially in scripts, if I get...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: System won't boot with RAM clock above 2400MHz

    So after reading your comments I realised that I actually booted Xubuntu 20.04.1 LTS, so I followed Yellow Pasque's link and got the latest release. Unfortunately my PC won't boot that at all, the...
  10. [SOLVED] Re: Testing USB pen drive with poor write speeds

    Thanks, this is really helpful. Especially being able to use mkusb to completely wipe a drive, as I did use Disks to do this after I (believe) I messed up the memory stick, although I'm not sure...
  11. [SOLVED] Testing USB pen drive with poor write speeds

    Hello all,

    So i have this SanDisk Ultra Trek 64GB pen drive (USB 3.1) and I'm thinking of getting another but first I'm testing the write speed as many reviews I read before I bought it said that...
  12. [SOLVED] Re: System won't boot with RAM clock above 2400MHz

    Maybe I'll push it further once I get it going, I'm still in that stage of the computer being quite new so I'm being all soft on it, but it's only a matter of time before that wears off!



    This...
  13. [SOLVED] Re: System won't boot with RAM clock above 2400MHz

    My processor only supports RAM speeds up to 2933MHz, so I thought I would just get lots of errors if I ran it at the full 3600MHz?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Missing public keys when updating

    It's sorted now thanks, you are right, I was getting confused as I had removed the key for a PPA that I no longer required, and had removed the package I once used it to retrieve, but I hadn't...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Missing public keys when updating

    Thanks, I added that key and also managed to sort the problem Spotify was complaining of, however I'm still getting the following errors...
    Fetched 267 kB in 2s (119 kB/s)
    Reading...
  16. [SOLVED] Re: System won't boot with RAM clock above 2400MHz

    So I set the DOCP profile and then manually turned the memory frequency down to 2933MHz and ran MemTest for a total of four, passes and after about seven hours it reported no errors. I also tried...
  17. [SOLVED] Re: System won't boot with RAM clock above 2400MHz

    Very close, but it's this kit, and is only rated to 1.35v. Furthermore the BIOS apparently wont allow me to bump it above 1.35v at all...
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  18. [SOLVED] Re: System won't boot with RAM clock above 2400MHz

    I have tried setting the speed and voltage manually but when I did so I didn't manually set the timings, as I'm not quite sure what they should be. I'll have a look online at how I would set about...
  19. [SOLVED] Re: System won't boot with RAM clock above 2400MHz

    My particular modules product number is on the QVL for the motherboard, more by luck than design as this is the first I have heard of it, but they are there. It seems kind of funky that they...
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    [ubuntu] Missing public keys when updating

    Edit: Just discovered 'apt-key' which does list the keys under 'trusted.gpg.d/'. I'm a little confused now...

    Edit 2: '/etc/apt/trusted.gpg' does not exist. is this a problem?

    Hi everyone,
    ...
  21. [SOLVED] System won't boot with RAM clock above 2400MHz

    Hello all,

    Asus ROG Strix X570-I
    G-Skill Trident Z Neo DDR4 3600 32GB
    Ryzen 3400G
    Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

    I'm not sure if this is the best place for this but there are some helpful people here so I...
  22. [SOLVED] Re: Bash tab completion stops working with some commands

    Thanks, this was really helpful.

    Just now worked out that the actual tab completion only works when I sudo the command, that's why it 'broke', as I was trying to run it without. I wonder why...
  23. [SOLVED] Bash tab completion stops working with some commands

    Hello all,

    Occasionally tab completion will (seemingly) randomly stop working with certain commands, it will continue to function with others though.

    The latest command to stop working was...
  24. Re: Why is wireless network hardware especially hit and miss with Linux?

    This is a point, the way I was introduced to Linux was basically through having an android phone that I wanted to flash with another ROM, I'm sure that will be a gateway to Linux for others too, I...
  25. Re: Why is wireless network hardware especially hit and miss with Linux?

    I mean surely this is the way things are going, i.e more people switching to using Linux distributions. I've only been using Linux (Ubuntu) for as long as I've been a member of this forum, off the...
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