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What does your Linux setup appear to be?

For causes associated to human psychology, we love to check. In the tech world, folks wish to know what different folks’s laptop stickers appear to be, what text editors and distros they love (and hate), and, in fact, particulars about their Linux setups. Our pal, Steve Ovadia has a whole blog devoted to the query “What’s your Linux rig?”

We acquired in on the motion by asking our author neighborhood to share. And, we wish to know what your Linux setup seems to be like too. Here’s what they mentioned. Share yours within the feedback.

Jim Hall: I run Fedora Workstation on a Lenovo X1 Carbon laptop computer, with an ASUS 24″ exterior show. That provides me a dual-display configuration that lets me work in a single window on the bigger show whereas having a separate area to run my music participant or different apps. I like my Perixx ergonomic keyboard and my Microsoft Classic Intellimouse. When I am feeling nostalgic, I swap out the ergo keyboard with my replica IBM Model M keyboard by Unicomp; the buckling spring keys are very easy to kind with. My printer is an HP shade LaserJet, which works seamlessly with Linux.


Tony McCormick: I fly a System76 Galaga iCore7 solid-state laptop computer that got here prebuilt with Ubuntu, twin 22″ screens, and HP LaserJet 1536dnf MF (requires HPLIP driver help). It works completely for each printing and scanning utilizing XSANE. I exploit any ‘ole wi-fi micro mouse, and I exploit the laptop computer’s keyboard which is superior.


Alan Formy-Duval: I’ve at all times constructed my very own PCs. My newest desktop is simply over a 12 months previous with the next specs:

OS: Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS (64 bit)
Motherboard: Microstar Mortar Z270M
CPU: Intel Core i7-6700
RAM: 16GB G.Skill
HDD: Samsung 850 PRO SSD
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050
Monitor: ASUS 27″ @1920x1080x144
Mouse: Logitech MX310 (changed G500 that died)
Keyboard: Mitsumi AT (Yes! AT) with AT-PS/2 adapter (changed USB keyboard that died)

Everything works nicely and could be very steady!


Steve Ovens: We are an Arch home primarily. In lively use proper now we’ve (not counting the house lab, router and many others) three desktops and three laptops.

Laptop 1: Dell Inspiron Gaming 15 (7557)
OS: Arch
CPU: Core I5
RAM: 8GB G.Skill
HDD: 250G Samsung 850 PRO SSD HDD2: 250G Kingston SSD
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050/Intel Graphics

Laptop 2: System 76 Gen 1 Galego Pro
OS: Arch
CPU: Core I7
RAM: 8GB G.Skill
HDD: 250G Intel SSD
Video Card: Intel Graphics

Laptop three: Asus Republic of Gamers 17″
OS: Arch
CPU: Core I7
RAM: 8GB G.Skill
HDD: 250G Intel SSD
Video Card: NVIDIA 460GTX

Desktop 1: Custom construct (four 24″ Asus LCD)
OS: Arch
Motherboard: Asus Z97-WS
CPU: Core I7 4790Okay
RAM: 32G GSkill
HDD1: Intel 120G SSD
HDD2: Crucial 512G SSD
HDD3: Segate 2TB
Video Card: NVIDIA GTX 970
Optical:  Asus Bluray reader

Desktop 2: Custom (1 24″ Asus LCD)
OS: Arch
Motherboard: Asus H87M-Pro
CPU: Core I5-4440
RAM: 16G GSkill
HDD1:  Patriot 240G SSD
HDD2: OCZ 256G SSD
Video Card: NVIDIA GTX 1060

Desktop three: Custom
OS: Ubuntu 16.04.5
Motherboard: Asus P7P55D
CPU: Core  i7 860
RAM: 12G numerous ram producers
HDD1: ADATA 128G SSD
HDD 2-6: Seagate NAS 4TB onerous drives in a ZFS Raidz-1 (16TB usable area)
Video Card: NVIDIA GT 610

This pc drives our leisure heart. It is attached to an HD projector and a Sony 7.1 speaker encompass sound system (basic function receiver, not pc audio system). We have additionally a trusty Samsung C410 laser printer which has been superior for its Linux help. My residence lab consists of 144G of ram 18 cores and three TB of SSD storage unfold over four machines (I will not bore you with the small print).


Jay LaCroix: I’ve a System76 Galago Pro (newest mannequin) and a custom-built water-cooled desktop, each working Pop!_OS. I’ve an older System76 Lemur that runs Arch more often than not. My Ansible configuration robotically units up my servers, in addition to my desktops and laptops (utilizing the tactic I wrote about in an earlier article collection). I exploit Syncthing to synchronize information between my machines, with FreeNAS because the central place every pc syncs to. FreeNAS itself synchronizes to Backblaze B2 weekly for off-site backup. (I’ve a YouTube video about the remainder of the software program and instruments I am working.)

I usually distro-hop however I have been staying on Pop!_OS LTS for fairly some time now, and I intend to remain there for the foreseeable future. At least, till my ADHD takes over and makes me swap.


Matthew Helmke: In lively use proper now I’ve (not counting work-provided gear):

Laptop: Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A 13.three” ultrabook
OS: Fedora 29
CPU: Core 1.7GHz i5
RAM: 4GB (soldered to the motherboard…prevents upgrading…grr)
HDD: 128G M.2 SSD
Video Card: Intel HD 4000

Workstation: HP Z800
OS: Ubuntu 18.04
CPU: Twelve 6-core three.47GHz Xeon x5690 with hyperthreading
RAM: 48GB
HDD1: 250GB SSD
HDD2: 1TB do not keep in mind model
HDD3: 950GB  do not keep in mind model
HDD4: four.6TB  do not keep in mind model
Video Card: nVidia GeForce GTX 260

Desktop*: ZaReason
OS: Ubuntu 18.04
CPU: 2.67GHz 6-core Xeon x5650 with hyperthreading (orig. first gen. Core i7 960)
RAM: 8GB G.Skill
HDD1: 465GB do not keep in mind model
HDD2: 1.4TB do not keep in mind model
Video Card: nVidia GeForce GTS 450
*this one is previous and utilized in the lounge by the household

The latter two machines run Ubuntu as a result of it’s far simpler to arrange the nVidia graphics. We have a Brother DCPL-2540ODW laser printer/copier/scanner which has first rate Linux help. And there are extra laptops for family-use (every child has their very own as does my spouse) that I don’t handle. These run a combination of assorted Linux distros, ChromeOS, and at the very least one Windows machine.


Craig Sebenik: 90+% of my time is spent on my laptop computer or my desktop. However, there’s a mixture of Raspberry Pis and random different issues I play with often.

Laptop: MacE-book Pro 15″
RAM: 16GB
HD: 1TB
Scanner: Fujitsu ix500 scanner

Desktop: Intel Hades Canyon (32GB, 250GB SSD)
Monitors: 27 in Apple monitor, 27 in Dell monitor
OS: Fedora 29 beta (29 supported twin screens “out of the box”)
Keyboard: DAS four Pro for Mac (blue)
Mouse: previous crappy Logitech mouse (w/ scroll wheel)
Printer: Brother B&W printer

The Linux field simply changed an previous Mac tower. So, I have never had time to hook up the scanner to it but. FWIW, just a few months in the past I had an older Intel NUC. But, it did not have a thunderbolt adapter and connecting thunderbolt to HDMI sucks. On that very same desk, I even have a small 19in HP monitor with a Roku hooked as much as it. I exploit that to observe Youtube, TV, and many others. whereas I’m “working”. Lastly, I ought to word that about 50% of the programming I do is definitely “on” an AWS EC2 occasion and that the above computer systems solely function a monitor and keyboard.


Patrick H. Mullins: In my residence workplace I’ve a Lenovo TS140 AssumeServer (32GB RAM, 4TB RAID1, Quad-Core Xenon) that’s working ESXi 6.5 and is loaded with each possible sort of Linux digital machine. At the second you’ll find VMs on it which can be working Pop!_OS, Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS, and many others. Next to the AssumeServer, you’ll discover a seven-node Raspberry Pi cluster (28 Cores, 7GB RAM, 112GB HD) that’s working the most recent model of Raspbian. Finally, on my MacE-book Pro, I run Pop!_OS as a full digital machine (4GB RAM, 4CPU) alongside MacOS.


Ricardo Gerardi: Here’s my setup.

Personal laptop computer: Lenovo Thinkpad X220
OS: Archlinux
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2520M CPU @ 2.50GHz (Quad-core)
RAM: 8GB Samsung
HD: 128GB SSD
Audio: Intel Integrated
Video card: Intel built-in
Window Manager: i3

Business laptop computer: Lenovo Thinkpad T460s
OS: Fedora 28
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6600U CPU @ 2.60GHz (Quad-core)
RAM: 12 GB Samsung
HD: 256 GB SSD Intel
Mouse: Logitech M325 Wireless
Audio: Intel Integrated
Video card: Intel(R) HD Graphics 520
Window Manager: i3
External show 1: Acer 21″ VGA 1600×900
External show 2: RCA 24″ HDMI 1900×1080
*word: With 2 linked exterior shows I’ve a triple-display configuration that’s nice and works very steady by utilizing “xrandr”

Desktop (working as a KVM Server): Custom constructed
OS: Archlinux
Motherboard: ASUS M5A97 LE R2.zero
CPU: AMD FX(tm)-8150 Eight-Core Processor @ 4GHz (overclocked)
RAM: 32 GB G.Skill
HD 1: 1TB x 7200 rpm Seagate
HD 2: 256GB SSD OCZ
Audio: Not used
Video card: GeForce 9800 GT
Window supervisor: None (Text console solely)
Display: RCA 24″ HDMI 1900×1080
Network card: Realtek RTL8111 Gigabit Ethernet
* word: I’ve this field working for 7 years.

I’ve a Canon Printer, however I’m nonetheless making an attempt to get it engaged on my Linux machines (I have never tried a lot).


Tell us what your Linux rig seems to be like within the feedback.

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