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Don’t use innit around the wrong types in the US. That’s very much hillbilly speak, you’ll get beat up in some cities for using it.

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My new battlestation, for which is the reason I ended up finding EndeavourOS.



No worries, I have no plans to ever visit the US again. Not in this lifetime. Problem solved, innit?

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Now my arm is smarter than I am.


Does it have an IQ sensor?

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Something came from amazon this morning…



Been to the US seven times, last visit was 2002. When I was younger I was a huge US fan and I still like so much about it, especially the nature and the big cities and the friendly ppl, but unfortunately so much went wrong there over the last years that I just couldn’t get myself to visit again since :confused:

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I ordered some stickers :stuck_out_tongue:


Now I need old ThinkPad :smiley:


That is the best possible way to avoid that situation. In fact, that’s just the plain and simple best way to avoid ALL the situations in this country…

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The final piece of the puzzle has arrived… Until I decide to upgrade the memory… :smile:


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Where did you order this one from? :grin:

I thought about ordering some stickers also but I just can’t find a good way to remove the stickers that are already on the notebook. You know, those Intel & Nvidia and USB-Stickers. It’s like they are super glued on the machine and I’m afraid I will scratch the surface if I try to remove them. :unamused:

Amazon, as usual.

Usually either of, or a combination of, denatured alcohol (applied at the ‘available edges’) and a gentle warmth from a hair dryer will remove any sticker. Even better, if desired, once the alcohol has evaporated, the sticker can be applied elsewhere if desired!

Good luck (and patience)…

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I have removed the stickers on two laptops just by using “brute force” :sweat_smile: and re-applied them on the bottom cover. Of course your method is much more civilized.

Sometimes you get lucky - sometimes even a single-edge razor blade is not enough! Same tradeoffs as we see in package maintenance here on EnOS!

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Picked up a simple 2 port HDMI sharing switch to share one monitor. This way i can switch between my Pi 400 and EndeavourOS with the push of a button. Really happy with this low cost non powered solution.


Edit: Hot Plug Detection and Display Data Channel (DDC) compatible
Reduced Bit Rate (RBR), High Bit Rate (HBR1) , and High Bit Rate 2 (HBR2) Compatible
Platform Independent
No external powered required
Aluminum case
HDMI 2.0
4K/2K and 3D support
Bi-directional HDMI connection

$12.99 + tax

Edit2: Some KVM switches cost a fortune. I’m glad i found this simple switch to do what i wanted.

Edit3: All hooked up to a 1 ms Samsung 24" Gaming monitor now!



This is fine if it supports a hi enough res for you. I had to get a better kvm switch because supporting 4k @ 60 is not a given! I also run my sound through hdmi, so…