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WHEN I TRY TO LAUNCH A GAME ON GEFORCE NOW FOR MAC, I GET AN ERROR MESSAGE WITH CODE 0x800B0016. HOW CAN I FIX THAT? | NVIDIA
Includes Instructions on restoring the UDP buffer size that I modified to get geforce now to work. I'm guessing it won't be a problem and the lower buffer size is probably an artifact of an old setting from god knows how long ago that's been moved from computer to computer. Probably like the process limit I had to deal with earlier.
nvidia  geforcenow  games  networking  udp  buffer 
11 hours ago by Brandonshire
Tokio
A platform for writing fast networking code with Rust.
architecture  networking  rust 
yesterday by lucian
Introducing Linkerd-tcp » Buoyant » open source service mesh for cloud native applications
Linkerd-tcp is a lightweight, service-discovery-aware, TLS-ing TCP load balancer
rust  networking 
yesterday by lucian
The Best Wi-Fi Mesh-Networking Kits for Most People: Wirecutter Reviews | A New York Times Company
Mesh-networking kits, which use multiple access points spread around your house, are a great alternative to traditional routers for large and troublesome homes where a single powerful router won’t cut it. After spending over 50 hours testing nine mesh Wi-Fi networking kits in a large, complicated, multilevel home, we’re confident the Netgear Orbi kit is the best choice for most people. Our testing, however, also showed that most people will still be fine with our current router pick.
Last updated: October 18, 2017
After running nine mesh kits through an updated set of tests, we’ve concluded that the Netgear Orbi RBK50 is still the best mesh Wi-Fi kit for most people because of its excellent performance, middle-of-the-road price, and future expandability. The three-piece second-generation Eero Home WiFi System (which includes one Eero router and two Eero Beacons) is our new runner-up pick; you’ll need to be careful where you place the Beacons to get the best range and performance, but the Eero system may be easier to install for people who have spare wall outlets and don’t want cables running everywhere. And the two-piece version of the Eero Home WiFi System, which includes the same Eero router but just a single Beacon, is our new budget pick; it costs about $100 less, still provides good coverage for small homes or larger apartments, and is easily expandable with more Eero routers or Beacons later on if you need them. We’re writing up our test results now, and we will publish an updated version of this guide in about a month.
mesh  networking  comparo  review  wi-fi  wirecutter 
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