The other cool thing though: You can 3d print a case for the old board if you upgrade. I plan on making a dock for them that will fit in 2-3u with a usb-backplane with a 10gbe switch, and 2x usb-c 10gbe + Power delivery. You'd be able to pack them super dense. Great for a proxmox or harvester cluster.
On Fri, Jan 13, 2023, 3:12 PM Jason Couture email@example.com wrote:
I've had no issues with mine on fedora. For what it's worth.
Highly recommend framework. Although I did get the runaround with support about a usb4 dock. Kept getting me to try windows, despite the fact I had.
But we have 3, they're rock solid.
On Fri, Jan 13, 2023, 12:22 PM John Stoffel via WLUG firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> "Cara" == Cara Salter via WLUG email@example.com writes:
On Tue, Jan 10, 2023 at 09:52:40PM -0500, Keith Wright via WLUG wrote:
Is that 42 days from deciding to order one until happily browsing the web with newly installed Debian, Xfce, Firefox? Or 42 days from starting to fill out the order form until finally getting the last required field filled in? Or what?
Hi! I'm the workstudy in question. According to the emails I received for moving through each step in the process, it took 42 days from me submitting my deposit and me receiving a physical laptop that I could start using.
Would you be willing to come to a WLUG meeting and show off your new toy to the rest of us? I do like the idea of that laptop, but I'd like to get my hands on it to see how the feel of it really is.
For context, I ordered the "DIY edition" which didn't come with the RAM
storage. I ordered both on Amazon and they arrived a bit before the
I'm currently writing this from my Gentoo install on it! The only two issues I ran into was that the wifi card (Intel AX210) firmware wasn't in the "stable" kernel, so I had to keyword my system to ~amd64. The other issue I ran into was that kernel 5.19.12 had a bad display driver that caused flickering (
Did you fix the flickering with a newer kernel version? Its been years since I ran Gentoo (got tired of all the recompiles, but this was 10+ years ago for sure....) and I thought it was pretty damn bleeding edge in terms of kernels.
I'm currently running kernel 6.0.8 on my main Debian Buster home NFS/KVM/etc server and it works great, but it is headless.
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