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The /g/ Wiki:
http://wiki.installgentoo.com/

/g/ is for the discussion of technology and related topics.
/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:
https://startpage.com/ or https://duckduckgo.com (i.e., fucking google it)
https://stackexchange.com/
http://www.logicalincrements.com/

You can also search the catalog for a specific term by using:
https://boards.4chan.org/g/searchword or by clicking on [Search]

Always check the catalog before creating a thread:

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Intel Core i5/i3 are limited to 2666MHz memory speed on B/H motherboards
https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/B460M-DS3H-AC-rev-10/sp#sp

HAHAHAHAHA This means that for the i5 10400 to beat the 3600 you'll have to buy a Z490 that supports 3200MHz memory, starting at only $150!
Intcels eternally and forever BTFO.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csFwlKgZCzM
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>>76158037
332 FUCKING WATTS AT STOCK
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>>76158001
What a bunch of retarded shills, well everyone will keep buying Ryzen while their shit site loses all credibility. Win-win.
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I like how AMD's slides are unironically closer to reality than a fair amount of third party benchmark sites.

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Battleship Grey edition

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/mkg/ Resources

>Keyboard recommendation template
https://pastebin.com/33S1gVkG (embed) (embed)
>/mkg/ FAQs (Updated!)
https://pastebin.com/ndVEg3Bx (embed) (embed)

>Where to buy keyboards (Also Updated!)
https://pastebin.com/Rqi24W42 (embed) (embed)
https://keycapt.com/


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>>76158282
idk are they like UHMWP or whatever meme material? they do sound good, is all I know
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>>76141178
I'm back and finished the bolt mod. A few keys still have early input if lightly pressed but the main keys feel pretty solid now. I think I just need to tighten more screws but right now I'm dead because that shit was pretty stressful and time consuming and I thought I fucked everything up because I accidentally clipped a part of the barrel plate and drilled a hole where I wasn't supposed to. In the end the keys feel so much better compared to what they were before it even fixed the issue I had with my Ctrl key always getting stuck.
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>>76158364
Congrats. Yeah, I would experiment with the tightness. Some people even prefer it extremely tight as it can kind of change the feel and sound of the keyboard a bit.
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new autist here, looking for some advice from you elder autists
I'm looking for a new keyboard for general purpose use, I like the feel of mildly tactile switches and I didn't care much for mechanical keyboards I tried because of the big excursion from rest to pressed position
so, are low profile or speed-variant, tactile switches going to feel significantly different than whatever decent quality membrane keyboard with low key excursion, such as the apple keyboards before the butterfly switches, considering I don't care for lights or infinite key rollover?
and, is it going to be cheaper to buy a ready-made keyboard with low profile/speed switches, or should I look into buying parts and putting them together?
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>>76158724
you can get speed switches with o-rings
though to be fair most switches activate way before "pressed" position, if we're gonna take that to mean bottoming out fully

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>Read the sticky:
>>51971506

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

>PC building?
>>>/g/pcbg

>Programming questions?
>>>/g/dpt

>Good, cheap, laptops?
>>>/g/tpg


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>>76158584
What are you trying to download? The -c flag will normally continue from where it drops unless the server is specifically trying to fuck with you rather than just poor connection.

You can also force a continue with --start-pos and then cat the chunks together when the download(s) are complete. This isn't really ideal though.
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How can I determine what versions of the Linux kernel contain a certain patch?

There's a patch that I need to use, because it fixes a bug with some audio hardware. Here is the path:
https://patchwork.kernel.org/patch/11329083/

Would this be available in Ubuntu 20.04 without needed to install a non-default kernel? I've heard this patch was backported to 5.4.22 but I have no way to confirm because I'm retarded.
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>>76158655
-c indeed keeps part of the file but it stops working whenever it hits 502 or 524, forcing me to run the command again
perhaps i could try running wget and changing my IP whenever the server decides to deny me but i'm not sure how to do it
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Is there a way to run a batch file in the background, with admin privs, and without prompting the user for authorization?
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>>76158759
Try using the task scheduler.

Users of all levels are welcome to ask questions about Windows and share their experiences. Tell us about tools, utilities, configs, tips & tricks that make your life with Windows (more) bearable (or even pleasant).

Remember: notice the friendly - this is not Windows vs other OS thread

>Choosing, downloading, installing, activating windows/office & recommended software
https://rentry.co/fwt

>windows 7/8.1 telemetry neutralizing
https://rentry.co/win7telemetry

>windows 7 ricing guide (nanami-tan fork)
https://namazso.github.io/nanami-tan/

Frequently Asked Questions:
>Which version should I download?

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>>76158234
She sure is.
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>>76158745
This is the second version of Linux-tan, a catch-all for the different Linux distros...
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>>76158821
... or you could search for each distro's tan. For example, this is Fedora-tan.
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>>76158821
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Why can't C keep up with Rust?
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>>76158811
>Point to me where I said that
You said they are "impossible to compare". If you can't compare them, then naturally you can't say that one is slower than the other, because that would be a comparison.
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>>76158805
Python is a runtime interprated language, Rust and C/++ are not.
>>76158816
> but muh pythong/JS
Nice strawman, fucking retards. See above.
>>76158828
>You said they are "impossible to compare".
Because they are. JS is runtime interpreted, Rust and C/++ are AOT compiled. Did you retards drop out of community colleges?
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>>76158811
have you written Go?
have you written Rust?
> which one gives you more power and productivity?

this is the reason languages like lua and ruby exist
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>>76158684
gc on d is optional these days
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>>76158848
but you lose access to a lot of libs

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My plants arrived today and I couldn't find a setups thread in the catalogue.
Next step is to get a phone with a semi-decent camera.
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Any of you guys know of a monitor arm that can handle a ~40 inch non-ultrawide display and doesn't break the bank?
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Just brought over my PC. Still wiring stuff up.
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>>76158634
...and one with the curtains open.
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Just installed OpenGenera again..
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>>76148631
nice plants...put one on the cabinet next to you to create more height...
>>76148874
comfy...what is the cushion on the floor for?...have you got particularly delicate feet?!
>>76148929
dem slippers...10/10 old man comf
>>76148934
are you asking or hiding?!..
>>76150091
reminds me of my student digs...very comfy
>>76150693
I like it...never been too keen on a keyboard tray myself...takes one too far away from the action...
>>76153333
Kinda comf...not enough space
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if you're going to make a general, please use the format edition

request purchase advice
>location
>budget
>open/closed back
>sound signature
>previous equipment

FAQs
><$100 headset
hyperx cloud ii
><$200 dac/amp
topping d10, a30
><$100 dac/amp

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I don't know if we're allowed to do this, but I'd rather do this here than Reddit, I have a basically new HD58x that I got in a bundle and I'm willing to sell it for $130 after shipping and fees. If this isn't allowed then feel free to sign my email up for every spam website on the internet :(
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thanks to the anon who recommend me Sennheiser HD 206. It sounds pretty basic but not bad overall for its price.
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>>76158458
I'm actually kinda sad because my laptop speaker is better than this
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>>76158478
cheered myself out after tweaked sample rate and bit depth to max on Realtek HD Audio Manager.
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>>76154886
Not huge, but soundstage on headphones is never great anyways.

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>>76156959
Kek
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>>76151801
Dual channel RAM is superior regarding the speed. One module is better when upgrading, because you just buy another module (but the price is still same so whatever)
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>>76152095
As someone who has worked with csv files that are 20gb. Go fuck yourself and go back to youtube watching LTT you NEET.
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>>76158794
>As...
nobody cares lol
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>>76158224
Big deal. I have 4.

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Which UI philosophy is the best?
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>>76158685
Boeing already fucked up their ISS boarding mission. The computer thought it was in a different part of the mission and farted all the RCS like crazy. There was no fuel left for maneuvering and docking.
We are talking about the company that makes the 737 MAX.
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>>76158654
>SuperDragon
thats not even what they're called you fucking retard
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>>76158686
>Which is showing max weirdness over the South Atlantic and shutting down satellites as we speak.
Yeah, I know. They know. They certified this thing.
EMP is not really on anyone's radar for required protections on crew craft.
For solar flares, they're not really a surprise, we monitor the Sun for them. If they were worried about a solar flare incoming they could abort and do a re-entry or something.
These would have been things in SpaceX's design process and NASA's certification process.
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>>76158727
>sure but if the automation has some malfunction it's nice to have manual controls and those suck on touchscreens when you're manouvering and getting lateral G-forces

everything they need to control the spacecraft is buttons, touchscreens are just different info
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>>76158739
>their ISS boarding mission.
That's kinda incorrect. It was just a docking mission. As there was no crew, there was no "boarding".
But yeah, they completely fucked up. Apparently they never ran a complete end-to-end simulation on the software. It was all tested in parts (like mission stages), which means that each part had ideal input rather than the values from the previous simulated parts.
If they had done an end-to-end simulation the mistaken clock value would have been found and possibly the other bugs.
Millions of dollars because they didn't do a simulation that would have taken less than two days running at real-time (I assume they can run at faster speed).

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What is /g/'s controller of choice?
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>>76156469
Not really. Ever since steam big picture mode you can run DS4 on every game that has come out within the past 4 years.
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>>76158305
>perfect dpad
>shows crooked dpad
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>>76158666
despite that it's real easy to instantly slide back and forth between left and right and you shouldn't be get any diagonal inputs from any of the cardinal directions like some of the clones
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>>76156374
XB1 for native games
DS4 for RPCS3/PCSX2
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These two. I don't think I've played a PC game with a controller other than the Steam controller since I got it.

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NAS vs DAS
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>>76158317
Two different solutions for two different problems.
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>>76158317
NAS for anything you want to share between computers like moves, tv shows, and music

Nextcloud Server for anything you want synced on all computers like documents and settings files

DAS for everything else
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>>76158803
So if I'm a single user who watches tv and listens to music all on my one computer, I should go with DAS or NAS?

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>The Falcon 9 has 3 dual core x86 processors running an instance of linux on each core. The flight software is written in C/C++ and runs in the x86 environment.

https://space.stackexchange.com/questions/9243/what-computer-and-software-is-used-by-the-falcon-9/9446#9446

This makes the RISC/ARM shill seethe.
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>>76158625
How are they btfo? It's more likely these choices were made due to staff on hand and the mature legacy which doesn't discredit any of the technologies you claim are btfo.
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>>76157097
who manufactured those processors
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>>76158391
>imagine having a life so boring that you rejoice when a cpu architecture leaves the orbit of this decrepit space rock
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>>76158744
They were always btfo though
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>>76157285
>Gaming is for freaks.

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why the fuck are so many people sucking Anonymous's cock on twitter right now? and why the fuck are people making account pretending to be anonymous?

> https://twitter.com/search?q=Anonymous&src=trend_click

> https://twitter.com/YourAnonCentral

i can't help but cringe, /g/
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>>76158774
You're so 15yo it hurts
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>>76158774
Murdoch Murdoch put it wonderfully with the line "National Socialist but also kind of Libertarian", a lot of us are libtards at heart but aren't blind to what is happening to our countries. "I just wanted to play videogames".

>>76158793
>political compass meme
You are also a retard.
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>>76158782
>There is a database with every single post ever made and your real IP attached
i bet theres a leaked database of facebook accounts and their IP's as well, what is your point?
The difference is on facebook it is the default to show your identify, whereas 4chan tries to hide your identify and it is only revealed if it gets leaked or law enforcement gets a warrant. Regular people who disagree with your opinions cant just figure out who you are and come harass you IRL, like they can on facebook & other social media platforms.

You are genuinely autistic, i cant believe im discussing whether 4chan is more anonymous than facebook, holy fuck.
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>>76158782
4chan database gets wiped regularly, that database would only contain most recent posts (go look at futallaby yourself) and proxies are a thing
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>>76158782
>There is a database with every single post ever made and your real IP attached to it
Only for active posts, once a post is archived that data gets wiped. And IP isn't supposed to private anyways.

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KaiOS is shit and we know it. What are other phones that support 4G network?
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Where do they abandon 2G (aka basic network)? I know that EU starts to kill 3G around 2021, but there's no mention of shutting down 2G
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>>76158387
2G is still very much available here in the UK since a lot of machine-to-machine equipment uses it and it has pretty much 100% coverage. I know some US networks dropped it. 2G is relatively cheap and available everywhere so theres little need to get rid of it.
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>>76158387

Internet of things uses 2G. There is so much traffic on 2G that killing it off would be like suicide to the tech industry.
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>>76158006
>KaiOS is shit
why so?
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>>76158387
as above, due to good range, penetration and low cost 2G will stay as a backup one with us for a while


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