>the (((only))) tutorial on how to do something efficiently is licensed under CC NC license>my 6 year old project is using GPL3Is "clean room" my only option or is that proved to not be legal, either?
>>77918880What are you talking? It's not illegal to follow a tutorial regardless of licensing. Is this a serious question?
>>77918927the code examples in the tutorial specifically say CC-NC and at GNU.org they say this is a non-free license
Who fucking cares just rip it nigger
>>77918997So don't copy paste any codeUse the tutorial but write code in your project's styleWhich is what you should do anyway btw
I know this may not be the best place to ask such a question but this thing puzzles me a lot.After such an acquisition Apple could turn all the Adobe Creative Cloud apps into macOS exclusives, which will make many-many designers depend on Apple laptops and ecosystem.And for Adobe dev teams this could bring a relief of building their apps for just one OS - more time for new features and less headaches over tests and bugs.Also with Apple financial reserves this purchase would be just peanuts, lol.
>>77917646MS disagrees. Though Adobe is unlikely to fall under it either way. If people want to edit pictures there are other options, just like Office doesn't count.
>>77916900Imma need a source on that big boy.Not the picture, the statement.
>>77916834Because all it would do is alienate people who would quit and make windows apps just like the adobe ones.
>>77916834Why pay hundreds of billions to then make it a Mac exclusive and lose at least half your income? I’m sure Microsoft would stop all Office development on Mac if Apple did this.
>>779169008% of the total market maybe but more like 40% of Adobes customer base. No one is buying a $299 laptop from Walmart to run Photoshop (at least legitimately anyway). This is why Mac has most software nowadays despite single digit market share worldwide.It’s like accepting Amex outside the US. It’ll cost you in fees but you’ll find the user base are full of rich fuckwits who will buy lots of shit.
Which one is you?
>>77889198give bsd bf
>>77894941you brought a smile in my face. Thank you
>>77889198BSD and GNU/Linux
>>77916241Always same language for client and server:>C++ videogame, C++ server>Ruby program, Ruby on Rails>Website, Node.js
>>77919282>Ruby program, Ruby on Railswhat are you smoking
>>77919087meanwhile, some sjw looser took over your market because he delivered faster than you.There are tons of multimillion $ wordpress sites, that filled a nieche market and earned that money. Now if their creators developed everything in C++, they'd be still working on them.there is a time and place for C, C++, Rust... web development isn't it.
So how fast can you type, /g/?https://monkey-type.com
About 180 per minute on Linux:^)https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QC-tioOuyxw
About 7000 wpm
vim user reporting in
Is there any chance of Big Navi being good or is it nothing but a pipe dream?
>>77919666Reality is a meme I guess
>>77919555That's their words, not mine. They said the same thing about Ryzen in 2017. Take it as you will. I just hope they release something good for once, I want to upgrade to 1400p/144hz.>>77919602AMD doesn't lie that much most of the time, for the last couple of years at least. So if they say 50%, I kinda believe them. As always, wait for benchmarks.>>77919621No it wasn't. The 5700 XT was clocked way too high in order to beat the 2070 with a shitty ass 250mm^2 die. Just like the 3080 is clocked way too high for no fucking reason, Ampere is not THAT bad if you reduce clock speed just a tiny bit.
>>77919165true but a lot of shitty cards are gonna remain in the wild unless some serious effort goes into recalling them.
>>77919165also don't forget that there's already shortage of supply, having to recall and resupply people who got shit cards with working ones is gonna prevent people who haven't been able to get new cards yet from getting any for a while longer, while Big Navi gets closer to launch. I doubt recalls will even happen, or at least not from the majority of board partners. A lot of people could end up stuck with beta-tester tier cards.
>muh nvidia driversget fucked liars. our drivers are even more shit than ayymd
>>77919363>2000 series cardYikes
>>77919331Do you NEED to buy anything?
>>77919389I'm running a 750ti, so yeah it's time to upgrade.
I'm fairly limited in terms of vertical space where I keep my case, there's only about 2cm or so extra space above the case, so I'm wondering if I'll get much benefit from using top case exhaust fans. Is that too little space for the fans to actually efficiently push the air out?
>>77919311As long as you have a nice, high airflow front mesh panel and at least 2 fans (Phanteks P400A for example, great case for thermals) and you're not running an overclocked housefire i9 10900Kelvin, there's not much point to it.You could actually try blocking off the top with a mousepad for example to force air to exit from the rear.
>>77919311move to a bigger house
I'm kind of a schizo about hardware backdoors, how hard would it be to make my own components? Like make my own CPU and GPU and SSDs? What kind of tools would I need to make it happen?
>>77918805Tools? Like millions upon millions of dollars for start lmao.
>>77918805Think that any minimal dust can fuck an entire cpu, now think how much would cost that and just give up. Not even counting knowledge or tools
You just can't. Being honest with you, that's a really stupid question. Do some research before buying parts, encrypt your files (and backup 'em), and keep up with news regarding new exploits and vulnerabilities. Not to mention that if you were able to build your own parts, YOU would be the one who would have to detect vulnerabilities and patch them. Multi millionaire companies can handle that. It's just too much work to make your own stuff.
>>77918805The best you could probably do is check out open-source hardware and understand how it works. I don't know the extent of how feasible it would be as a replacement for your current computer but if you're especially concerned about hardware backdoors then that's your best option.
Macfags can you run the following command: nc -l 80Newest Mac OS doesn't require root to listen on ports below 1024??
>>77918377wat she up to these days>?
I don't understand why systems have that as a default anyway. As if critical services like that aren't going to already be in use at boot.
>>77919160she came back@kurobb
>have masters degree in embedded eng.>had to settle for €14k/yr entry level Python dev>I hate Pythoni'm really close to jumping from the office windowacademia is such a worthless joke, i wish i went to trade school insteadhow to the fuck do i climb out of this hell hole?
that's less than half of the minimum wage in sweden
I don’t think it has to do with with your college degree imo. I think you are fucking up with interview with your autism.
>had to settle for €14k/yr entry level Python devI make pretty much exactly this much after tax, except I live in Poland and here it's actually a decent salary well above 50% employed people's salariesfeels comfy
>>77917518Hey Prague Anon, you can make literally double or triple than that in Prague as a fresh out of college chábr in IT. I guess there is something wrong with you.
>>77917162same but I make 18k with java, but I'm on the first word sleeping in the street so I can get to save 2k/year
What's wrong with this picture?
>>77917749we will laugh at nvidia becoming as worthless as apple
LMAO! Fucking house fire! Nvidia should bundle fire insurance with these cards instead of games.
>>77917749We are laughing now as well.1080Ti-megachads are laughing hard as hell. 2080Ti-chads who didn't panic are laughing too.First-generation customer Ampere is a rushed beta-test for GDDR6X. The Quadro/Telsa versions use GDDR6 and consume a bit less power and are still keep up with their customer-tier brethren. In other words, Ampere never needed the GDDR6X in the first-place. There's a good chance that 3060 will be pretty good for its tier since it most likely be paired with GDDR6.
Temps are fine though so the big ass cooler has worked
How do I securely store files of attractive women on my PC without anyone else being able to access them?
>>77918123just make it a hidden folder and change the file explorer options to make it visible whenever you're going to access itmost people wont be able to find it just by doing this...
>>77918165it's probably someone's dad wanting to find out if his son is hiding something in the pc
>>77918123>How do I securely store files of attractive women on my PCRAID6 + backup or better.> without anyone else being able to access them?Nah, just share everything.
>>77918123 cat image.jpg | gpg --encrypt -o output.file --recipient <your recipient here>
cat image.jpg | gpg --encrypt -o output.file --recipient <your recipient here>
>>77918123usb drive dummy
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How do I open a file in a terminal texteditor without already using the terminal? I just want to be able to doubleclick a file in my file manager and it opens a terminal with the file open in Vim.
>>77920775Depends on the terminal.For urxvt for example it's:urxvt -e vim <file>
urxvt -e vim <file>
>>77920818thx that works
Amazon is way too dominant.Why go to your local store that let's 5 people in, doesn't have what you want in stock and is about to go bankrupt thanks to your government when you can just use amazon.
>>77917599None of my local stores sell what I need.I went to microcenter and they didn't sell DDR3 ram, 80mm noctua fans or any low profile GPUs other than a geforce 210 or r7 240. both of those are worse than integrated... How are they still selling them?
>>77917621my local store still has DDR1and they have rtx 3080s but they've tacked on $500+ onto the price
amazon is dominant until it does not have something you need
>>77917599>about to go bankruptBrothels did not go bankrupt when PornHub emerged. There always going to be people who prefer to do things the old way, or just the other way.
>>77917599In my country there are tons of local stores, a couple sites similar to pcpp but a broader list of products (from clothes to transistors), and a way more usable interface.Same goes for ordering food