I'm thinking of buying t460s with UHD/4k display - 2560 x 1440 resolution. I am using i3wm, so I was thinking to ask here if that resolution is much better for 14inch display than regular HD, or you guys think that I should go with 1920 x 1080? So, is anybody here using i3wm+uhd+14inch ?
Thanks a lotsubmitted by /u/armorharmer
HowToForge: Regardless of the profession you are in, there are broadly two things that define how productive you are: your knowledge of the subject, and how effectively you carry out your tasks.
I'm trying to find a native Linux alternative to WinAuth which is a kind of 2-step verification program for Windows, similar to Google Authenticator. Authy is a Google Chrome addon but i use Firefox and I'd rather prefer something that can stand alone and isn't attached to something else.
One of the use cases I have for WinAuth is for Seam verifications which WinAuth supports.submitted by /u/_surashu
Pine64’s $2 “PADI IoT Stamp” module is based on Realtek’s new “RTL8710AF” Cortex-M3 WiFi SoC, a cheaper FreeRTOS-ready competitor to the ESP8266.
Realtek’s RTL8710AF WiFi system-on-chip began showing up on tiny “B&T” labeled modules in July in China on AliExpress, as described in this Hackaday post. The Realtek SoC offers an even lower cost, and almost identical alternative to Espressif’s similarly Cortex-M3 based ESP8266 WiFi SoC. The Cortex-M3 based RTL8710AF costs a bit over $3 individually, but can be had for as little as $1.99 in volume.