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

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THIS IS THE YEAR GUYS! FINALLY LINUX WILL BE RELEVANT!
As a Microsoft bitch, but at least, finally relevant!
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>>75372813
>Is dual boot
yes
use GPU passthrough and two monitors, one will display linux, one windows, both systems will run at the same time
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>>75372854
No.
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>>75372866
No one cares about namefags retarded opinions, please go KYS.
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>>75372858
I'd just buy a second HDD and install Windows on it.
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EMBRACE
EXTEND <-- (You are here)
EXTINGUISH

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How long until Google Stadia is killed just like 90% of their projects?
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>>75371428
*ahem*
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>killed by google

Aborted is a more descriptive term.
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>>75372320
wtf, when chromium rendered this my computer started to send infinite requests to 4chan.
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>>75372007
This.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/X_(company)
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>>75372061
That was always rhe main issue ms id rhus kind of stuff. Instead of offloading the cost of hardware in a lump sum like consoles they take on buying everyone's systems and renting them out. This is fine logistics wise if you have more people paying then playing. But if you have an equilibrium or more people playing then servers available then you need to pay out. When people are playing new releases with 100,000 plus concurrent players the you'd need to have 100,000 plus systems to keep up with demand, as well as livestreaming it at a decent speed.
Streaming games is just a poor product in general for everyone involved.

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>10 core Comet Lake draws 224W at 4.58GHz
LOL
Intel is finished
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>>75372874
>You have no reputable sources

I literally posted a video proving my claim. I don't know what more proof you need. Keep posting your cute little MS Paint drawings, it won't change anything.
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>>75372877
Either you are wrong, or everyone else is wrong. Easy call for me.
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>>75372792
>200 milliseconds of input lag
Stop making up shit.
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>>75372886
Who's "everyone else"?

You?
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>>75372885
You posted two different videos from two different people using completely different systems, comparing a 1700X to a 9900K.
Try harder, nigger.

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>Read the sticky:
>>51971506

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

>BSD questions?
>>>/g/bsd

>Windows questions?
>>>/g/fwt

>PC building?
>>>/g/pcbg


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>>75372415
depends on OS. I'm going to assume windows.
go to your search bar and type "run". open that
type "dxdiag"
That's the vanilla way to get a look at general system information.
Alternatively open up cmd.exe and type "systeminfo"

You can save the cmd.exe output by doing
systeminfo > output.txt
Which saves it to a text file
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>>75370624
You can always plug a second wifi router into the first if that thing doesn't take a second connection. If there's a port for it there then they shouldn't up your bill for using it or w/e.
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Can I just

slmgr /ipk w10licensekey
slmgr /ato

And then I'm good to go? Do I have to use kmspico/KMS_VL_ALL? What is the difference between those two anyway?
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>>75371841
windows should be able to display with it's barebones default driver
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If I get add someones GPL3 code to my own GPL3 project, do I have to mention which parts I stole? Or is opensourcing my code enough?

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>Firefox 75 comes with a new telemetry agent that sends information about your operating system and your default browser to Firefox every day.
>https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/software/firefox-now-tells-mozilla-what-your-default-browser-is-every-day/
Defend this trannies.
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Use pi-hole.
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>>75368572
>Recommended
>by Mozilla Firefox
Done, installing Chromium right now. This is the day D.
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>>75366104
>Looking Glass
>MY REALITY IS DIFFERENT THAN YOURS.
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>>75366104
why do you put > in front of your link nigger

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Users of all levels are welcome to ask questions about Win-OS/2 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 Win-OS/2 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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>>75361605
Win 10 doesn't normally nuke itself period.
I have been running Insider for over two years (on slow, fast, and skip-ahead) and didn't encounter a single major issue outside of obvious "in development" stuff - end even that at most amounted to minor visual glitches.
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>>75372163
Yeah, but you probably don't brutalise your computer with DELETE_WIN10_BOTNET_HONEST_PLZ_RUNAS_ADMIN.EXE memescripts, nor do you move half your profile (but not the other half) to another drive, then fiddle with a group policy that you have no fucking idea what it does, amirite?
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>>75371636
Me neither. Someone make a guide plx
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>>75372286
Reasonable.
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im trying to recover my pc after changing the motherboard (for now it giving me bsod). I loaded sata-ahci drivers to the system through the dism utility, but still bsod. I also was using bootrec.exe util, the result is same.

any ideas?

New Budget King Edition

If you're requesting purchasing advice, please provide your country and what carrier you'll be using. Include the features you want, budget, and size. BEFORE POSTING, narrow down your options by using the links below.

>What phone has X and Y feature?
Don't ask, use these!
https://www.gsmarena.com/search.php3
https://www.kimovil.com/en/compare-smartphones
https://www.phonearena.com/phones
http://phonedb.net/index.php?m=device&s=query

Good Resources:
>Reviews
http://www.gsmarena.com
http://www.phonearena.com

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>>75370313
>Is it even officially released yet?
Not yet. Unveiled on 15th of this month, sales start one week later.
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Something S10e that is not Samsung?
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The chinks were peak Nexus.
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>>75372822
>bootloops
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>>75372665
But the official one for my country is expensive for some reason, and the others don't send outside their countries. Is there an official mi store that sends within the rest of EU?

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Hey, newfag here, can someone tell me the pros of using linux instead of other OS?
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>pros
becoming a 1337 haxer
feeling special and superior to others over something banal like how you arrange fucking program windows
sticking it to THE MAN M$ like the rebel you are

>cons
you can't run any of the professional software that you will probably never need in your life anyway
the command line is bad because, like, it's the current year gramps
it's a huge waste of time you could spend idly lurking 4chan for hours on end
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>>75372828
thx anon
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It unironically breaks less than wangblows

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sakuya edition

>Beginner Roadmap and Guide
https://github.com/kamranahmedse/developer-roadmap
https://youtu.be/0pThnRneDjw

>Free beginner resources to get started with HTML, CSS and JavaScript
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Learn - a good starting point to learn about web dev fundamentals
https://javascript.info/ - quite a good JS tutorial according to many posts
https://www.freecodecamp.org - curriculum including HTML/CSS/JS, React, Node.js, Express, and MongoDB
https://www.theodinproject.com - curriculum including HTML/CSS/JS, Ruby on Rails, and SQL

https://fullstackopen.com/en/ - requires you to have basic web dev, db and git knowledge

>List of PHP resources

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>>75372779
>he doesn't know
>>75372759
Are you kidding?
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how easy is it to build a simple API in C#, really?
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CSS has a lot more concepts to learn than people realise. Most web devs I meet who think they mastered it don’t understand fundamental things like how collapsing margins or z-index actually works, or they don’t understand the difference between justify and align properly in flexbox or grid. Just keep chipping away at it
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>>75372888
Meant for >>75372759
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>>75372888
my iq crashes when i try to make a simple box in middle of screen with grid

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Erlang thread

Just found this programming language and why it's cool.
>easy concurrency
>dynamic software updating
Is this the dream language for servers?
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>>75371668
>I am a verilog developer so erlang is also intuitively very familiar to me.
Lol what a coincidence. I'm an FPGA dev too, and I got drawn to Elixir (which is a Beam language) because it seems familiar to me too.

FPGAs are known for parallelism, and BEAM is known for concurrency, so there's a sort of completion when I learn these two things.
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If anyone is looking for some more advanced books on Elixir, I can recommend Elixir in Action by Sasa Juric.
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>>75369889
Don't bother, go with Elixir. By definition, it can do everything Erlang can do, with no extra bloat since it operates on the same level of abstractions. Even higher level data abstractions are still on the same level because they are implemented using lisp-style macros.
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>>75372788
>Elixir in Action by Sasa Juric
The Little Elixir & OTP Guidebook by a [random chink] is also pretty good.
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>>75371769
>3 of them are not about the language but about the implementations.
This rebuttal doesn't apply to erlang, since the implementation is BEAM which is the whole fucking selling point of Erlang.

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How do we stop them, /g/?
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>>75369504
Is it weird that I'm actually starting to like Apple and Microsoft in light of how shit the other 3 are?
At the end of the day, Microsoft is just an enterprise software company and Apple is a consoomer hardware company.
Google and Facebook are pure spyware companies, and Amazon is a sweatshop department store that also does spyware.
https://www.visualcapitalist.com/chart-5-tech-giants-make-billions/
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>>75369504
>How do we stop them, /g/?
Straight up terrorism.

Playing little pacifist boycott hashtag protest games is exactly what they created to make any and all resistance tucker itself out in a meme feedback loop.
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>>75371534
>and Amazon is a sweatshop department store
FC wagies are making 34 bucks an hour for OT right now
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>>75371513
It's MAGA country.
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>>75369504
Stop buying apple products, and stop using facebook and instagram.
There 1/3rd of the problem is solved.
The other 3 will be a bit more difficult

please for the love of fuck use the copypasta edition you goddamn fucking retards
>location
>budget
>open/closed back
>sound signature (what kind of music do you like best)
>previous equipment
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>>75371606
Nice blog.

But to be serious, please share opinions on the Sundaras when they arrive.
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https://twitter.com/koiwai_kotori/status/1245731191006720003

/jp/ here. r8?
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Who else enjoying SUMMIT FIDELITY?
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>>75372261
what's with the head mic ? You trying to mix surround with a pair of these tiny genelecs ? LOL
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>>75372261
ku100 and 87 /10
but the amount of trash headphones op for display is disturbing

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Old thread: >>75358497

What are you working on, /g/?
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>>75372802
Well, the title itself is of importance for anyone entering the field. But clearly, no one has read it and made all the exercises completely.
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>Qt BTFO
Gtk always wins. Good thing I chose Gtk for client side UI. Never ever.
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>>75372850
gif context?
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>>75372881
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Op3QLzMgSY
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>>75372802
It's a good reference book actually. But I never got to read it in all honesty. I remember feeling smug about reading half of CLRS (and doing the exercises) and then I realized I was wasting time. I wanted to do shit, not continuously get told how to do shit. Then I gave up.

RIP my CLRS all exercises project.

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I have been blindly using this Private Internet Access for four years now. I remembered hearing a story where they told a court to fuck off which made me like them, but now I see this. What VPN isn't going to fuck me over? I feel mildly betrayed.


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