Discussion in 'On Topic' started by thomor25, Mar 27, 2008.
m4-1000, I love it. Gonna take it out to the range tomorrow.
how many freaking monitors do you need
uhh, 9? 8 18" flat panels and a 30in dell 3007wfp hc
I do work from home. I'm self employed.
holy monitor clusterfuck
and 5 of them are off or in screensaver
you are such a tool. brag for braggings sake?
thormor threads ftw
are you running windows inside of windows?
Virtual Machines FTW! I love them suckers. Makes things so much easier.
Does the mouse move over to each one of those screens? How does one accomplish this?
windows natively supports it.
he's running multiple machines, however.
what do you do?
make what things so much easier?
you should post this in the main forum as a my computer > * and see if anyone notices the suppressor.
everyone is gonna think its a dildo
"what the fuck is that black dildo doing on your desk"
They'd all think it was a black dildo. Who could blame them for thinking that though, this is thomor we're talking about.
3 dildo posts in a minute
He should title it as "Tomash, imagine wacking to jailbait pron with this computer"
Software Development. Let's say I'm testing an installation package for my software. I can install Win2k, WIN ME , Win 2k3, Win XP pro, Win XP home etc on a VM. Install my software on those VMs if there's any error, review log and fix them. And when I turn off my VM, I say do not save and on my next release or fix I can test it again on a fresh OS.
You can also simulate; I have a VM with same operating system, service packs and hot fixes as my production server. After I develop on my machine and test, I fire up that VM and test my code. If my code runs successfully in that production VM, 99.9% of the time deploying on production server is going to be smooth.
Definitely cost effective than building a real physical machine just to simulate your production environment.
Nobody likes you fatass
Not all the screens are hooked up the 2 on the right aren't hooked up to machines yet but every other one is.
white keyboard on the right is hooked to a kvm, I don't use the screens just the keyboard and mouse function of the kvm.
dude knows his shit and has it spot on.
oh i see
Dont put it on upside down.