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This board is for the discussion of technology and related topics.

Reminder that instigating OR participating in flame/brand wars will result in a ban.
Tech support threads should be posted to >>>/wsr/
Cryptocurrency discussion belongs on >>>/biz/

To use the Code tag, book-end your body of code with: [co­de] and [/co­de]

The /g/ Wiki: https://wiki.installgentoo.com/
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I wanna get a raspberry pi to fuck around with. Which Model B 8gb kits can you recommend? Thanks in advance
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>>84580148
I have a bunch of new in box pi3b+ that I never used. Is now a good time to sell them?
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Alright thank you for the answers so far, Im gonna go sleep. Will read other answers tomorrow! Have a nice day or night.
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>>84580319
it can run the bloat that is chrome. this is a dumb overly specific work load.
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>>84580420
>this is a dumb overly specific work load.
Not in the slightest. If it were up to me any dev that didn't heavily optimize their software to run on at minimum 4 cpu cores should be flogged in a public square and then be tared and feathered.
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>>84580319

You are projecting yourself, people get these for specific use cases and they know a raspberry is not good for cpu intensive tasks. But they could manage a general computing use case if they have no other choice. Versatile and cheap computers for specific use cases, general end users don't buy rasps ever.

>can't pay workers basic to survive
>gives $270 million to aids
its totally not for PR
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>over a period of 15 years
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The red color on new iProducts is partly made with aids positive blood
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>>84578322
It's something Steve Jobs started.
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>>84578265
Why is there some ugly bulbous tumor glued to the face of that Apple Watch?
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It doesn't look like they just gave 270 million, they just told their idiot customers to pay extra for a phone to feel like they are making a difference and that money would go to AIDS, if they told their customers to pay extra to increase wages it wouldn't fly.

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The absolute state of Brave shills on this board
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>>84579982
>t. updooter
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>>84580223
underage
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>>84580223
if you have the current version of brave, you are an 'updooter' and if you don't, you're not using a secure browser

sorry shill
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>>84568879
ab
so
lute
bullshit
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the only FAGGOTS getting paid to use brave are the ones shitting up this board.

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There's so much pessimism around. Not just here, but everywhere, people seem convinced the world is getting worse by the day, or at the best, moving sideways. "In 10 years everything will be the same but worse."

So, /g/ays, what are you LOOKING FORWARD TO being developed in the 2020s to make life better? Nanobots? AI passing the turing test? VR becoming non-shit? Blockchain finally seeing real adoption by multinational corps? The metaverse, even? Come and chill, anons. The world is getting comfier.
(inb4 100% of responses are sexbots)
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>>84580423
good for you, but the big majority of people get their trash meat from animals who are basically sick and kept alive
if you want to eat your real meat, go ahead. lab meat will make good food more accessible to most of humanity. no need for boring pessimism
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>>84580448
hence batteries, dumbass.
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>>84576964
extinction event
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>>84580478
sorry fag you'll still be working for mr shekelberg well into the 2040s
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>>84580472
actually it was a pretty shitty job

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>no one can use the terminal properly either on linux, windows or mac
>can't see open ports, can't understand permissions on a directory

and people say we 30+ boomers might get outcompeted

lol
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>>84579984
Continuing here:
The stands around here are really nice. The road smells of flavored cooked foods, and there are shacks filled with cheap and used electric components, as well as other junk, some more useful and some less.
But, while nice on the surface, you should always keep an eye out for dangers.
Cocaine addicts, videogame addicts, or even pornography cavemans, as some people here call those with a pornography addiction.
These people who would do anything for some dopamine inputs. Stories tell, some began cutting themselves, ripping their own eyes out, just to feel something, just to try out something "Exiting". It's a crazy world the one we live in.
Nonetheless, everyone just keeps going. You just go on, withouth even thinking, and...
In that moment, a man running tried to hit me in the head with a metallic rod. Luckily, he had hit my backpack instead. As he got near me, he grabbed a side of my backpack, leaving the rod on the ground.
While still holding tight to my backpack, I grabbed my gun out of my pocket and shot him in place. Everyone turned for a moment, then just moved on as nothing happened. I took a look at the face of the men that just tried to rob me. He was very old, maybe in his 50s, with a long, grey and uncurated beard. His face worn, as if he had been torn by time, as well as his dresses consumed and with large holes.
I put my gun back in my pocket. He doesn't have anything of value on him, obviously, so I just move on.
I am almost to the train station. After almost 2 hours of walking, I will finally be able to just sit down and wait.
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>>84580121
Again, didn't fit in previous post.
Luckily for humanity, trains were never made to be "Smart". All they had to do was bring people from A to B and from B to C. Yet, they added some of the smart crap to them, which now results in meaningless trinkets that don't really do anything but just sit there doing nothing. I don't think anybody even knows anymore what they were really put here for.
Ah, trains, the best traveling method ever invented by humans. Stupid enough that everyone can understand it, and cheap enough that a fallen society can rebuild it with scraps.
Finally on the train, I take out my doomsday communicator (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tX8KjV6DEJk) to contact my wife.
Hopefully, I'll be able to see stay with her in peace for the weekend. Unless something happens to the air conditioning system, or to the power relay, or maybe the hydraulic pump stops working. But what do we care, anyway? Life's as short a breeze. Don't worry, and go on.
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>>84579984
>>84580121
>>84580141
esl hands typed this.
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>>84542664
APPLE PRODUCTS! For 12/15 of each iOS version they did not have a file manager!
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>>84580141
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PED956OzCpY

also this is a real doomsday communicator. used by german weather services.

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Installed Lutris and downloaded some GoG copies of Deus Ex and some other shit.
I made a game file and entered all the info and added the .exe from a local source.
Also got Wine after it prompted me to.
But it is in a total loop, and each time I double click the game it gives me the GoG install screen.
I even went straight into Deus Ex and played the first level fine.
But upon shutting down it asked me to install again the next time.
What the fuck?
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>>84578605
Don't put the installer exe as the launcher file then...
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>>84579530
They are asking for the exe though?
Or am I fucking up here and they want some other file?
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>>84579556
They want the exe containing the game not the installer. You installed the game somewhere in ~/.wine
Find the game's exe where ever it's installed and choose that
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>>84579602
>>84579602
Surely not?
the setup process for a game indicates it is supposed to be the whole installation
It even opened the .exe in wine for me just fine
Like I said, it installs the GoG copies fine, they just need reinstalling from scratch each time
Why would it let me install some games once with an exe and not others?
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>>84579784
because others have an installer the game exe is in $HOME/Games anon

>no internships
>no job experience
>University is t400 shithole
>just a masters degree in CS
Feels good to be 30k in debt and jobless
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>drop out of school for trade school when I was 17
>work my way up th chain
>own my own business
>own my own house at 25

Apple is pushing developers into planned obsolescence of older versions of macOS.

In order to compile a software that can run on macOS versions older than 12.0, you now need to boot to an outdated OS from an external drive and develop on there instead. Since Monterey will forcefully stop any attempt from running older versions of Xcode that let you do so.
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>>84580429
So what? What are you going to do about it?
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>>84580429
Apple is right on putting the burden of compatibility on the developers instead on the users, Microsoft's approach is holding Windows back.
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>>84580429
based apple dunking on poorfags on this board who cannot afford to upgrade every 2 years

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Users of all levels are welcome to ask questions about Windows and share their experiences.
Tell us about tools, utilities, configs, tips & tricks that enhance your life with Windows.

> FRIENDLY WINDOWS PASTE
https://rentry.co/fwt

> WINDOWS 10 FOR RETARDS
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> WINDOWS 10 DOWNLOAD
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> WINDOWS 11 DOWNLOAD
https://github.com/coofcookie/Windows11Upgrade


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>>84579780
thanks just what i needed hopefully i don't screw up my win10 install

>>84578798
strange on my old usb strelec rufus does not allow ntfs i had to stick with fat32

>>84578292
i simply ignored it and logged in i don't want my dads ideapad to be added into some kind of NSA database for intel ME
strangely i never got any offending messages on my lock screen despite 4channing and searching nazi content
all i get is neutral travel images (well except that one time the win11 upgrade was ready)
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>>84579592
In general terms, you switch your current unique retail/OEM key to one of the predefined generic VL keys:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/get-started/kms-client-activation-keys
Windows understands that it now depends on KMS server for activation, so you need to set one (real or virtual).

That's a single command to set the key, and another to set the server (or run local KMS activator, which usually has a button or a menu item to set the key anyway).

You can probably go the other way, but the Microsoft will see… they will see everything anyway if you use their update servers, and not a local one.
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Do I need to run privacy.sexy policies if I'm already using WPD?

Is there a benefit in switching to privatezilla or use in combination with WPD?
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>>84580132
If you look at total used space, filesystem reserves some of it for file and metadata lists, and also for journal storage.
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>>84580297
You may only use one. Not two or three

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How did they figure out in 2001 what linux still cant figure out in 2021?
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>>84580029
ITODDLERS BTFO
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gnome has been a disaster for the gnu/linux ecosystem
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>>84579938
>OP tries to go for the "gtk file picker" meme
>doesn't even call out the right UI element
try again, itoddler.
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>>84580230
Bested
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>>84580247
>loonix is such a trainwreck joke that even when someone gets the meme wrong freetards still know the exact problem they're talking about
KEK

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We the the Linux Foundation to take over a distro and make it the standard

thoughts?
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>>84579460
Based and lizard pilled.
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>>84580224
sus pilled
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>>84570900
linux is a kernel.
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I like actually linux's fragmentation. if you think it's killing linux you clearly never used it in any serious capacity.
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>>84580292
sussy kernlel

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>>84457276

Don't buy anything OTHER THAN IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad T, X, and W/P Series if you want the Real Business Experience™
>Other business laptops are welcome in /tpg/ (Dell Latitude/Precision, HP EliteBook/ZBook)

Why ThinkPad?
>Used machines are plentiful and cheap
>Excellent keyboards, tactile feel and quiet
>Great durability: magnesium roll cage for structural integrity, with high quality plastic body panels
>Utilitarian design: e.g. indicator LEDs, 7 row keyboard layout on older models
>Docking stations that easily turns your laptop into a desktop
>Easy to repair (most models), upgrade & maintain thanks to readily available service manuals for every model, spare parts easy & cheap to obtain
>Excellent Linux & *BSD support

ThinkWiki - General info about ThinkPads and specs

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>>84579669
nope, impossible, never been done, only fools would think of it.
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>>84579686
Based. Is eBay the best place to pick one up? Any guide you might recommend?
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I remember my thinkpad. Then I got a job and bought a Mac.
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>>84577967
No. It's worth spending an extra $30 to NOT get the dGPU in those Thinkpads
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>>84526272
I have t420, got that because I preferred the keyboard but I feel the chip is getting a bit too old, it is a decade old
I installed win10 but got rid of the most bloat, cleaned inside, repasted heatsink again and get 33-35 idle temps.
But boy the browsers are a drain o cpu.

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Did you lie on your resume to get a /g/ related job?
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>>84579251
It's not illegal, but it can get you blacklisted.
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>>84578940
Yes. I say that I have implemented features in projects that I plan to implement in the future.
Nobody asks about them or looks through the code.
But I wouldn't lie about work experience or anything more significant (I'm applying for swe intern positions)
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In the UK
inbrief.co.uk/employees/lying-on-a-job-application/
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has anyone ever noticed that you when google "how to lie on a resume" Google only gives you search results telling that lying on your job is illegal and you shouldn't do it? Pop that same question on English Yandex or whatever and you actually start getting some helpful advice.
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>>84579970
I don't know why you were expecting g**gle to give you non-pozzed, uncensored search results, it hasn't done that for well over a decade.

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>C-like syntax
>easy concurrency
>no retarded typing like in JS/Python
>compiled (relatively fast)
What's not to like about it?
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>>84580105
>* (I am pretty sure that) Rust's type system does not support the concepts of HKTs like Monads
You mean something like you can have a trait that's generic over a type, but not generic over a type constructor?
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>>84577670
interface{}
is a pretty retarded typing hack. Error handling is good in that it's simple but it leaves a lot to be desired. No stable generics until 2022. there are a few other retarded decisions here and there but I still love it. It's hard to explain why, but it's fun to program in Go. I think it's cause it's so simple and there's one obvious way to do most things, 80% of the time you're not wondering if there's a more "idiomatic" way that makes use of some meme language feature. Error handling is the only exception, it always feels like you're doing it wrong til you get used to it, and the fact that even the "wrong" way just works. It's very easy to get a program from your brain to the computer without getting bogged down in language-specific details
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>>84580317
Error handling is pretty bad, many API feel too low level (all the OS stuff for example), other than that it's really comfy. Preemptive multithreading is great, that's probably what I miss the most in other languages
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The main disadvantage of Go is that its built-in abstractions are leaky. This leads to a couple of common pitfalls that are obvious if you know how stuff is implemented, but not if you want to trust the abstraction.
>typed nil
>slice = append(slice, elem)
>goroutine shouldn't capture loop variable
>...
The good news is that all those things can be easily and thoroughly understood. The bad news is that they're not obvious at all.

It's a blue-collar language: very practical but not at all refined.
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go is the epitome of what google is whrn it comes to software
fucking disgusting design




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