Since paying for a GPU accelerated VPS isn't cost-effective in the long term, I'm looking to build a home server so I can work on GPU accelerated Owncast support. This machine will play double duty as a general purpose home server (Nextcloud, VPN, etc). I originally was thinking of building something small and quiet, but I'll just have to find somewhere to put this :) Does anybody have any hardware suggestions for an NVIDIA powered #Linux machine?
I wiped my ElementaryOS install and installed Ubuntu w/ Budgie. I feel like Budgie is a good middle ground of polish and customization. And because it's Ubuntu it works with everything. I kind of wanted to give a tiling window manager a shot, but i3, like many things, didn't scale the resolution properly on this laptop (high dpi screen), but Budgie looks great. I'm still hoping I can find a way for applications to always launch to a specific workspace.
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