ASRock 970 Pro3 R2.0 sensors

I decided to make a ‘budget upgrade’ on the computer that I use for checking my SlackBuilds and I bought an ASRock 970 Pro3 R2.0 motherboard and an AMD FX8350 CPU. So, compared to my old FX4100 processor, I now have twice more cores and a bit higher clockspeed. The old CPU and motherboard, in turn, found their use to upgrade another PC. Unfortunatelly, I did not get the hardware sensors to work out-of-the-box with the new motherboard. As a result, I was not able to monitor the CPU temperature, which (for me) is quite important. Read the rest of this entry »


Repology

As a maintainer at SlackBuilds.org, I try to keep my scripts updated. Normally, I would just go through the list of SlackBuilds that I maintain and check each project’s website for updates. It is time consuming and (worst) really boring. I recently came across a very useful website — Repology, the packaging hub.
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RefSeq accession numbers

When working with biological sequences it is, of course, important to know the (accession) Prefix code meaning. This is not a tutorial or anything Linux-related, but simply a note for my future reference.

So, for RefSeq at NCBI, here it is. A comprehensive list:
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Modify Xfce Terminal cursor

I’ve always liked to have my terminal cursor as a blinking underline. This feature is present for the new Xfce Terminal that ships with Slackware -current. Unfortunately it cannot be enabled from the preferences of Xfce Terminal in Slackware 14.2. It is, however, possible to set it by modifying the config file of the program.
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Six years for Slackalaxy

It has been six years. This makes total of 168 posts.

I like that the site has its own domain and no advertisements. I bet readers have AdBlock anyway, but it’s a principle thing… :)

Well, that’s it.