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July 24, 2021 at 4:41 pm in reply to: Can you determine your gerbil DPI in Linux? #499122
I don’t think you can do it in software. I don’t think this is actually physically possible without some measurement hardware OR results can be inconsistent.
Easiest way i can think of, grab second mouse with similar sensitivity. Crank it up to the max. Crank no name mouse to the max and compare movement on desk vs on screen. Do same with other mouse.July 24, 2021 at 4:35 pm in reply to: AudioQuest DragonFly on Linux #499113
A bit late to the party.
Fuck da Pulesaudio.
” I am having trouble getting it to get high bitrate audio through the Dragonfly. It is stuck on 44.1 HZ” – not that I don’t trust you comrade, but how do you know?
First question, what do you have here:
As per here:
This will be your informationz about Alsa/driver. Your sound cardz can work in many bitratez/frequenzies. And to make thingz more complexz, Pulse also operates on it’s own bitrate/frequenzies. Ideally Pulse and Alsa should match, but it’s like communizm, good idea on the papers, please!
Remeber kids, Pulse works on top of Alsa.January 30, 2016 at 8:50 pm in reply to: WESTON RUNS UNDER X NVIDIA BINARY #75735
screenshot was made on AMD64 Gentoo
When running westom from console, comrade gets this:
Date: 2016-01-31 GMT
[02:06:28.089] weston 1.9.0
Bug reports to: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/enter_bug. … sion=1.9.0
Build: 1.8.93-2-gb05cdb8 configure.ac: bump to version 1.9.0 for the official release (2015-09-21 18:11:26 -0700)
[02:06:28.089] OS: Linux, 4.4.0, #2 SMP Sun Jan 31 01:31:24 GMT 2016, x86_64
[02:06:28.089] Starting with no config file.
[02:06:28.089] Loading module ‘/usr/lib64/weston/drm-backend.so’
[02:06:28.093] Output repaint window is 7 ms maximum.
[02:06:28.093] initializing drm backend
[02:06:28.099] logind: using VT /dev/tty4
[02:06:28.099] logind: session control granted
[02:06:28.099] no drm device found
[02:06:28.099] fatal: failed to create compositor backend
This no drm device message upsets comrade much, but makes comrade trust nvidia to do right thing.
It feels, like nvidia WILL deliver Vulkan + Weston/Wayland support this year.January 30, 2016 at 9:16 am in reply to: Torchlight 2 audio crackling #75734
killall -9 pulseaudio
try it.January 30, 2016 at 7:11 am in reply to: Torchlight 2 audio crackling #75733
Whenever in doubt, kill Pulseaudio.
killall -9 pulseaudio
be advised, depending on OS settings, it may start again and you need to set up steam as well, if you are using steam to start the game.
Mother fucker was giving me so much grief, but i can’t get rid of it, skype needs it.(and apulse did give some head ache with some software too, though, not apulse fault most likely)
Once web skype works as expected = bye bye pulse.