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I upgraded to Xubuntu 14.10. Roughly half of my Steam library is on Linux and it will continue to grow.I have Windows 8.1 for the rest of my Steam games but it's definitely not my favorite OS. I don't think Windows 10 will change that.
Thanks though I might do this for a big rendering server build. I don't think this would work perfectly for me since games like Payday 2 don't tend to run so well under VMWare or VirtualBox (unless it's VMWare ESXi with dedicated GPUs per virtual OS).What I ended up doing was that only one person needed the games streamed to their laptop so one of my loaner PCs would do that. I then had the missing mouse cursor problem since the host machine ran Windows Server 2012 r2...
So I'll be setting up a LAN party this weekend and wanted to get some desktops working as headless hosts for laptop clients that guests will bring. What's the best way I can go about doing this? I read on the Steam forums that a headless host will need to be logged into with VNC or else Windows will prevent the streaming from starting. That or a dummy video card plug would be needed.
Try the latest update to the system image. You can download it from the wiki. Make sure its the Debian 7 beta image and not Debian 8.Then when that's done make sure audio is set to HDMI in the ALSA mixer if that's what you're using.I haven't tried analog audio yet and I'm not sure if it works. The wiki said that the jack is for a microphone though it could be turned into analog audio out (somehow).
Note that I am in no way affiliated with Imagination Technologies or related parties. I am just a hobbyist. What is the MIPS Creator CI20 Board? The MIPSĀ® Creator CI20 board is a high performance, fully featured Linux and Android development platform. It incorporates an Ingenic JZ4780 SoC which includes a 1.2 GHz, dual-core MIPS32 processor and PowerVR SGX540 GPU. The CI20 board is preloaded with Debian 7, with other distributions (including Gentoo, Yocto, Angstrom...
Aw man I was hoping they would include X-Wing Alliance or X-Wing vs TIE Fighter.
Looks like this worked. I'm now able to get it up to 4.5 GHz on stock voltage. Thanks!
Well this is odd. I don't get throttling when I run AIDA64's stability test. Core speed hovers between 3.7 GHz and 3.5 GHz. Voltage fluctuates between 1.356 V and 1.320 V Could the problem then be related to the floating point processors in the CPU? Also temps go up to 52C on the core.
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