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The /g/ Wiki:
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/g/ is NOT your personal tech support team or personal consumer review site.

For tech support/issues with computers, use /wsr/ - Worksafe Requests or one of the following:
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When was the last time you used one of these?
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>>73894994 >>73895439
And carrier command, with them walrus and mantas.
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>>73895266
To be honest, I did as well but stopped once the PCs at school stopped reading my cheap (= no longer in Japan produced) Verbatim disks and were upgraded to Windows 2000, which made my first 128 MB USB stick infinitely more useful.
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>>73885668
Probably around 2004
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>>73892602
How did that work?
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>>73896626
Every time we went to the computer lab for a typing project or to use clipart we collected our individual 3.5" floppy drive and inserted them into the Apple IIs in the lab for saving our work

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CHINK SHIT GENERAL - REST IN RIP TAOBAO SHIP EDITION

In /csg/ we discuss the cheap shit you see on Gearbest, Taobao, AliExpress, Banggood, eBay and similar sites.

>IRC channel
https://qchat.rizon.net/?channels=/csg/
#/csg/ on rizon

>Aliexpress price tracker, don't get (((chinked)))!
https://www.pricearchive.org/
https://www.aliprice.com/
>(Do not install the browser extensions, they're botnet.)

>Old thread
>>73854118

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this is the gayest thread on 4chan
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>>73897096
and you're the gayest poster on 4chen
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>>73897111

literally nobody wants or needs this garbage
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>>73897125
literally nobody wants or needs you
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>>73897140

scathing.

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Can anyone please explain this?
Why does 8GB RAM unpack 52,4GB faster than 16GB RAM?
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>>73892656
>Reflash your hard drive because your speeds are fucked
How?!
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Removed old ram.
Installed new ram.

Still bad writing speeds.
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>>73897014
Removed new ram.
Installed old ram.

Still bad writing speeds.

FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
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why would more ram help with extraction speeds? actually asking.
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So an intensive task was intensive?

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Installation:
https://mpv.io/installation/

Wiki:
https://github.com/mpv-player/mpv/wiki

Manual:
Stable: https://mpv.io/manual/stable/
Git: https://mpv.io/manual/master/

User Scripts:
https://github.com/mpv-player/mpv/wiki/User-Scripts

High quality video output profile (goes into mpv.conf):


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>>73896744
>discover mpv, too autistic to use
>installs 3rd party renderer
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>>73896876
hey at least madvr is just running a batch file and selecting it in the option. mpv involves some command typing shit which is too bigbrained for a grug like me
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Is it possible to run the subtitle and osc (both using ass) at a specific framerate? e.g Display Hz.

When using vs-mvtools it has the awesome side effect of making the entire osc/sub rendering run at whatever framerate you interpolate to which looks so much better, especially with kfx subs.

I think that setting:

--sub-fps=(24000/1001)*3
--sub-speed=(24000/1001)/((24000/1001)*3)


Would effectively run the subs at about 72 fps, but I don't see any way to do the same with the OSC.
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>>73897023
you don't need command line to use mpv...
you have to edit a text file to configure it tho but everyone can do it
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>>73897052
>edit a text file
thats what i mean, im too retarded for this. oh well some anon say peformance is similar anyway so i don't mind it

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Apologize
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>>73896821
For what? You need to lose weight. You’re an eyesore. You’re not doing your heart any favors. Nobody wants to touch you.
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>>73896978
Oh shit you're his barber? What's his hairstyle/cut called?
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>>73896919
it's obviously not because dunkey is black.
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>>73896821
SOMEBODY
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Fuck everyone. Anthony infiltrated the normie hq and is redpilling normies about linux using his wizard skills. Mad respect

Why don't you own a robot vacuum?
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>>73896923
The only thing I sweep up is my own hair and normal floor vacuums get completely tangled when they suck up my hair, this weak ass toy vacuum is for sweeping up cheerios, not hair.
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>>73896923
I get that certain technologies make life easier like washing machines but how lazy do you have to be to not want a little bit of exercise from vacuuming a room
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>>73896995
Not true. I'd say it's even better than a vacuum for hair because it can be easily disassembled. First time I ran mine it got all my hair and I was surprised how much there was. Because of it's height it can get under furniture and cabinets so it caught toooons of shit that I could never reach.
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>>73897008
>how lazy do you have to be
Not lazy; I can do other things whle Genie cleans up the floor in my place. Like go for a walk, do some gardening, go shopping.
The Genie is back on the charger when I get home.
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>>73897097
Each to their own. I'm a bit old school with wanting to do everything myself. Manual transmission, wash dishes by hand, vacuum carpet etc. I just feel weird leaving a machine to do tasks I know I could

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Welcome to /fglt/ - Friendly GNU/Linux Thread.

Users of all levels are welcome to ask questions about GNU/Linux and share their experiences.

*** Please be civil, notice the "Friendly" in every Friendly GNU/Linux Thread ***

Before asking for help, please check our list of resources.

If you would like to try out GNU/Linux you can do one of the following:
0) Install a GNU/Linux distribution of your choice in a Virtual Machine.
1) Use a live image to boot directly into the GNU/Linux distribution without installing anything.
2) Don't dual boot the GNU/Linux distribution of your choice along with Windows or macOS.
3) Go balls deep and replace everything with GNU/Linux.

Resources: Please spend at least a minute to check a web search engine with your question.

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>>73896877
>There's a reason many of the original x11/xorg developers moved to wayland.
Not the original developers but the RedHat employees who grabbed the project by overthrowing the original developers. What is freedesktop after all?
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>>73896889
> stopped reading there
nice job retard

> knowing (((much))) of x11 is ackhtually less LoC than wayland
maybe if you weren't deadset on your ways you would realize that my complaint isn't the numbe of lines of code, which are often arbitrary and don't say much about a program besides how "big" it is. If you cared to listen, you would realize my complaint is with what xorg tries to do. It isn't just a display manager, its so much more than is should ever need to be, and tries to handle more than it should. Why the fuck does a display server also have a print server emedded in it? Why is it also a binary interpreter? WTF?!?!? Doesn't help that xorg consumes more ram on the systems I've run it on than wayland has, even when running xwayland (which is NOT an xorg wrapper). Furthermore, I don't want my display server to rerender the entire fucking screen because it has no concept of window isolation. Now fuck off, I came looking for a terminal emulator, not xorg worshipping tards that can't fathom why someone would want to use a "not ""ready"" " display protocol over what amounts to a botched attempt at one.
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>>73897073
>claims lines of text are not bloat
>proceeds to write a lot of bloat
And by the way, the thing about xorg doing feature creep happened AFTER the RedHat employees started to creep into the project.

Is a by the book case of sabotage.
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>>73896945
Not that anon, but jesus christ is this real? Is another project going to be ruined by redhat?
It's like nowhere is safe from them. I'm using wayland right now, but if this is true then I might have to consider switching back to xorg.
I'm seriously fucking sick of redhat developers. You could be drowning in a river and a redhat developer could lift his pinky finger to save you and he won't do it. He'll just ignore your cries as "not a bug" (also the redhat dev was probably the one who threw you in the river too).
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>>73897121
>Is another project going to be ruined by redhat?
See >>73897117
I was planning to test alternative X implementations myself (xorg is not the only one, surprise surprise) because I know where this is going.

Is like everything is pushed on the wrong direction and we go like sheep herded by RedHat. Well, not this time, and not me.

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Assemble a part list
https://pcpartpicker.com/
>How to build a PC
https://youtu.be/IhX0fOUYd8Q?t=63

Want help?
>State budget & CURRENCY
>Post an attempt at a parts list
>List your uses, e.g. Gaming, Video Editing, VM Work
>For gaming, include resolution and refresh rate
>For monitors, include purpose (e.g., photoediting, gaming)

CPUs
>Athlon 220GE/3000G - HTPC, web browsing
>R3 2400G - bare minimum gaming

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>>73897051
>Logo LED
I didn't know the TUF had any LED or RGB. If it does, all the shit is controllable via BIOS.
>>73897068
I owned that exact Dell monitor. At a distance of 1.5' I could see the lines/pixels/whatever you want to call it.

I might be Biased because I have a 23.8" 1440p panel now, but when I had that Dell 27" 1080p one, it bothered the shit outta me. Pic related is what PC partpicker recommends for 1080p, IPS, freesync monitors
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>>73897100
I'd also suggest getting a different NVMe than one with QLC nand if that's going to be your main OS drive
with x470 you just have to confirm that the board is one with the updated bios, if you're too lazy to do that then get x570
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>>73897100
I'm not recommending the lian li at all, in fact the rest of the review shows how bad it's thermals are. That video is to show how overpriced the meshify c is.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2u8rGgYrRZY
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>>73897100
X470 will need a bios update, just like B450
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guess Im gonna get the AOC I dont really care about color reproduction so much

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What kind of CV is best for applying to tech companies?
There was a CV layout being floated around here for latex which gets you a job in one go.
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God, I want to impregnate Sakura
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>>73892768
>is there a list of buzzwords?

You can easily determine those buzzwords by do a job search.
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>>73896402
Like how?
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>>73897065
Make a word cloud of job postings.
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>>73897126
What if this is a non English country like Germany?

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So basically she has a hp pavilion 15t x7p44av laptop and wants to add an SSD to it. I've read through the user manuals https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-pavilion-15-bc200-notebook-pc/13810158/model/13823479/manuals but I have no clue what to look for or what to read to even see if there's an open slot for another SSD.

What part of these manuals do I check to even see if it has an open slot? Would any SSD work? She just wants an SSD to install more games on, as the current one in the laptop is only 128g which is taken up by just a few games and Windows 10.
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>>73897108
Give her the D. She wants it.

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Where you hide your suspicious shit?
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>>73895572
encrypt and upload to the cloud
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>>73896381
I could literally give you my bank account information and you’d be able to do very little with out. Not without a physical chip that is read by an nfc reader. If a site doesn’t support nfc transfer I don’t use it. Amazon and eBay do though.
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>>73896351
Oh carl? Tell him I have the money he loaned me. Yeah we’re best friends lol.
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>>73896227
yes, I have to hide my criminal activities, no shit cia-kun.
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>>73896522
>why would you hide your eroge collection when it is widely available on the internet?
for now

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How do we stop this bullshit?

I just want to write code, not deal with SJW bullshit.
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How about you create your own company in a right wing state?
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I live specifically to deny pull requests from neon haired feminists. I make sure deny them at the same time when I approve request from white male programmers.
They cannot report me for discrimination but they all know.
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>>73895065
this. do your best and these shitters will be filtered out
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>>73895055
Free Software > Open Source
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>>73897116
Flash was free, now look what happened to it.

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Previous thread:
>>73876749

>Read the sticky:
>>51971506

>GNU/Linux questions?
>>>/g/fglt

>BSD questions?
>>>/g/bsd

>Windows questions?
>>>/g/fwt


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Might as well post here too, not sure if this counts as a Windows issue:

>update Windows 10
>computer boots into grub rescue
>ls (hd0,msdosX) gives "filesystem is unknown" for all partitions
>can't switch into regular grub, much less boot
>only solutions I can find online suggest a clean install

Is there any way of salvaging either OS? Had Windows/Debian dual boot.
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>>73897026
LiveCD, chroot into your Debian system and reinstall grub?

That's a blanket solution for most things
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alright thanks. Now I need to learn the diffrence between mono vs stereo audio
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How do you tell is something is accessing your drive on windows 7? I have this external hard drive that I mount through VeraCrypt and when I'm done with it I normally dismount the drive through VeraCrypt(don't know if people just forcefully unplug their drive without telling it to dismount but whatever) but these past few days VeraCrypt keeps telling me something is still running on that drive and I have to force it to dismount and waiting it out doesn't seem to do anything. The task manager and the resource monitor is useless since I can't see what's stopping or starting when I mount/dismount the drive. Basically as soon as I mount the drive something is running.
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>>73897080
Simplified & in the context of two speakers
Mono, left sounds the same as right
Stereo, left can sound different from right

If the content you want to transfer was recorded in Mono then you only having the white cable doesn't matter at all since the audio track produced on the other channel would be exactly the same

If the content is stereo however you'll lose out stuff that actually matters

Also does your device not have a regular 3.5 audio jack?
You could just use the composite video out (yellow cable) and record audio separately through the 3.5 jack

Or just record the thing twice by plugging the white cable in different holes then merge the left and right audio channels in post.

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Just dropped an external HD off a three foot tall table. It fell and hit the ground. It was not plugged in or on when dropped though.

It was a Seagate made in 2011, and was not a Solid State Drive.

I can't turn it on or access it because the power cable/dock broke a few months ago. What are the odds that it's fucked? Should I just consider it lost? Anyone else have such a story but with a good outcome?
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>>73897050
Actually, more like a four foot tall table. If it's any good news, nothing is rattling or making noise when I lightly shake it.
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>>73897050
Odds are 50/50. It's either fucked or not.


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