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    Pegging a forum entry

    There are some forum entries that I want to always show in my "New Posts" list.
    Is there a way with this forum to peg the entry?
    Some entries are just great, and need to be semi-permenant.
    Leslie in Montreal

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    Re: Pegging a forum entry

    I use the "Subscribed Threads" for that purpose.

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    Re: Pegging a forum entry

    Quote Originally Posted by ocratato
    I use the "Subscribed Threads" for that purpose.
    Thanks ocratrato. BTW you posted that you ordered a new system. Can you describe?
    I have dl'd VICI. Now to find time to install. My Linux time is down to 1.5 hr per day.
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    Re: Pegging a forum entry

    BTW you posted that you ordered a new system. Can you describe?
    OK, but first I will point out that the aim is to run numerous virtual machines on it so I ordered lots of storage and memory.

    The machine is a System76 Oryx Pro Laptop
    It has an
    • i7-8750H CPU (6 Core)
    • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Graphics + Intel graphics
    • 64GB Ram
    • WDC 500GB SSD
    • Samsung 1TB SSD
    • 1920x1080 Matte Display
    • Metal case (with a lot of ventilation on the underside)
    • WiFi which seems to be picking up everything within 300mrs
    • Ethernet (which I prefer over WiFi)
    • All the usual audio, HDMI and USB connectors
    • Ubuntu LTS.

    System76 say it takes them 6-10 days to put a machine together, but it only took them a day.
    Ordering to delivery took 7 days, (but I won't recommend UPS for delivery into Australia).

    I will probably leave the Ubuntu in place and just use it for managing the VMs.
    [Learning all about VMs is next week's task.]

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    Re: Pegging a forum entry

    Quote Originally Posted by ocratato
    OK, but first I will point out that the aim is to run numerous virtual machines on it so I ordered lots of storage and memory.

    The machine is a System76 Oryx Pro Laptop
    It has an
    • i7-8750H CPU (6 Core)
    • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Graphics + Intel graphics
    • 64GB Ram
    • WDC 500GB SSD
    • Samsung 1TB SSD
    • 1920x1080 Matte Display
    • Metal case (with a lot of ventilation on the underside)
    • WiFi which seems to be picking up everything within 300mrs
    • Ethernet (which I prefer over WiFi)
    • All the usual audio, HDMI and USB connectors
    • Ubuntu LTS.

    System76 say it takes them 6-10 days to put a machine together, but it only took them a day.
    Ordering to delivery took 7 days, (but I won't recommend UPS for delivery into Australia).

    I will probably leave the Ubuntu in place and just use it for managing the VMs.
    [Learning all about VMs is next week's task.]
    Congratulations and best wishes. Use it in good health.
    As I learned long ago.
    What separates the men from the boys is the cost of their toys. Enjoy!!!
    Leslie in Montreal

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