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Saving the old one (>>71563950) from page 10.

Read the board sticky:
>>51971506

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

>PC building?
>>>/g/pcbg

>Programming questions?
>>>/g/dpt

>Good, cheap, laptops?

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Can I still switch to classic captcha instead of pictures? They have been fucking up and not verifying when i click on all the goddamn fucking traffic lights and cars. I didnt see an option in settings
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How do I actually read code in github?
I went to https://github.com/curl/curl/ to try to understand how curl works but it's a mess for me, I can't figure out where to start or what I'm looking for.
Basically, when I want to understand a part of a program on github, how do I do it. How can I find the code responsible for requesting a website in curl?
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>>71590105
I think I did? I'm not sure what that is.
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What is the recommended full-disk encryption software for Windows? I know of
>Bitlocker
>Veracrypt
>Librecrypt
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i remember a link to a website that would teach you about computers networking and programming. does anyone have it? one of the first things it had u do was ssh into something

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ATTENTION: The Navi RX 5700XT and RX 5700 will launch alongside Ryzen 3000 series CPUs with PCIe 4.0 on 7/7/2019. Nvidia is releasing a SUPER series with slightly increased specs over the original 20 series. Pricing is looking high. More info on the SUPER series possible on 7/2.

>Assemble a part list
https://pcpartpicker.com/
>Example gaming builds and monitor suggestions; click on blue titles to see notes
https://pcpartpicker.com/user/pcbg/saved/
>How to assemble a PC
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69WFt6_dF8g

Want help?
>State budget & CURRENCY
>Post at least some attempt at a parts list
>List your uses, e.g. Gaming, Video Editing, VM Work
>For monitors, include purpose (e.g., photoediting, gaming) and graphics card pairing (if applicable)


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when is super being announced
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>>71591255
That's used? What's the pricing on a 2600 then

>>71591362
>people infiltrating government in order to shift the ethical framework in favour of pure capitalism i.e people that argue for less regulation when it comes to corporations affecting the environment so they can spew waste everywhere to keep profit margins high or import third world people
This. All natural frameworks must be harnessed to be useful to mankind

>>71591519
Probably 7/2
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>>71591362
I'm not the guy you were arguing with and I even said "I agree with everything"
I just see it as capitalists controlling the government and pursuing their own class interest using their immense power provided by the inequalities inherent in capitalism, to influence government and propagandize in favor of the system so you get working class retarded americans arguing against their own interests. Sometimes those capitalists are jews but that has nothing to do with it.
Also
>Jews are a very far left leaning
>pushing far left social agendas
Supporting trannies is not far left, never been, never will be. This is more propaganda by the capitalist elite to paint the radliberals as the far left to stop any kind of real socialist movement from taking place.
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>>71591445
Enjoy your subpar performance
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>>71591528
sowwie i'm just used to dumb /pol/tards who instantly call any criticism of capitalism anti antisemitism then post frog pictures instead of actually thinking about the topic at hand
>supporting trannies is not far left
maybe not classically left via the textbook definition because guess what, trannies are new to society

read a textbook in the next 10 years and you'll see transgender rights under the umbrella of leftism. my stance on it personally is by using transgenderism as a cure to treat the mental disorder that is gender dysphoria is all fine and dandy on paper it just does not work in actuality because 1) it has intense social ramifications despite them being a minority and 2) the tech isn't there yet

if you could flip a switch and instantly make a 16 year old male/female whatever gender they wanted to be and they were 100% biologically the same as a natural born gender then we wouldn't really have to think about being transgender as an "issue" because all the issues would be solved. now the problem is do we lay the groundwork now and deal with the tears and bite marks that come from intense teething pains in the hopes that eventually being transgender will be a non issue?

anyway that's whatever and i'll only talk about the capitalism meme in regards to gpu prices in this general from now on

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The competition can't compete.
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>>71590752
you don't need a X570 or expensive memory for a 6 core ryzen.
also doesn't most 3000+ MHz memory easily run at 3600?
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>>71591040
Not all. My cheap Corsair LPX 3000Mhz tops out at 3400Mhz on my MSI B450M.
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>>71591066
at what voltage?
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>>71591546
1.3V. I tried pushing to 3466Mhz and no matter if I push the voltagae higher it's a complete bust. Micron chips BTW.
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>>71591574
oh, well. the performance loss with 3000+ MHz memory is small anyway.

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Multicore OCaml is nonexistent
F# is a dead language
Scala could be great, but is currently limited by the JVM
Every variant of ML is quiet or dead
Clojure is great, except those startup times and typed Clojure died a long time ago
Frege is dead
Erlang/Elixir are amazing at distributed parallelism, but records/structs are gimped types
Kotlin is pretty nice, but only as a replacement for Java
If you thought Haskell was academic, take a look at the state of Idris...

Is Haskell the winner by default?
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>>71584891
>Second parameter as zero is interpreted as an acceptable base (probably defaults to 10)
>map passes index as second parameter because yes
Utterly retarded API, why would you want this behavior? Any half decent language maps over the actual elements of the list and if you want indexing you can zip or enumerate or whatever. I bet you defend the retarded casting behavior because "it's in the spec xddd".
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>>71590884
>>map passes index as second parameter because yes
this is actually sensible imo,
in javascript if you pass more arguments than a function has then they get silently ignored, and I think that's correct for a dynamic lang.
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>>71591233
>something is massively fucked up and silently produces errors, and I think that's correct for a dynamic lang.
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>>71581094
> Go
Opinion immediately discarded

F# isn't dead OP, considering you can use any .net library from f# extremely easily f# will only die if c# dies.

Haskell as a language itself is probably the best of the bunch, but you'll have to deal with it's god awful tooling, and the community seems to have a weird opposition to any kind of documentation, instead opting for oftentimes cryptic type signatures. Also good luck supporting windows lol, the windows support is a Trainwreck. This is coming from someone who's favorite language is Haskell. If you plan to support windows either make damn sure ahead of time what you're doing is supported, or just use f#.
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>>71591441
"silently producing errors" is hard not to achieve with "not getting in your way" and that's the whole point of dynamic langs. Might as well complain that (car nil) and (cdr nil) are nil

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Which one should a Java programmer use?
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>>71591436
This is probable the best answer. It doesn't really matter at the end of the day. They both work almost the same. I think they're both based off Apache Ivy too.
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>>71591401
>.gif
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>>71591401
Gradle. I see so many Maven based projects migrating to gradle, but never ever any Gradle projects that migrate to Maven.
I wonder why that is.
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>>71591413
They're build tools for Java. Basically anything professional written in Java uses one or the other.
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>>71591561
What is a build tool? I always thought everything made with Java was just coded in Java and compiled to a .class file

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Specs/speccy thread, improving edition.
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>>71591108
>>71591248
TWHammer 2 is very much GPU bound at pretty much any res.

Though most benchmarks I can find use much newer more powerful CPUs (Like 2700x vs 8700k), so you may still be a bit CPU bound with an old FX series CPU, but in general totalwarhammer 2 is needing a better GPU to increase FPS.
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>>71591248
Frame rate isnt bad but AI turns take a fuck ton of time and also loading times are big
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>>71591325
Loading times are taking forever because you have a hard drive and it's 2019.

Just throw a solid state drive in that bitch and the load times will be cut in half.
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>>71591338
Will this help with AI time too?
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>>71590977
i wish i bought the white one instead of black

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>windows exploit is found
>gets patched in a few weeks on patch tuesday

>linux exploit is found
>gets patched in a few weeks by some neckbeard

>macos exploit is found
>LOL MAX R SECURE WHY FIX IT
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>>71591504
>>linux exploit is found
>>gets patched in a few minutes by some neckbeard and you can already manually apply it when you hear about the bug existing
Fix'd
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WONTFIX NYAHAHAHA

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>>71590670
no i meant the opposite, like kwin without a DE, also not a ramlet, just trying to push the limit of an old pc for fun
>>71590728
see above

basically what i'm trying to see is why have a DE on top of a WM when the WM can have the functionality of the WM but with less performance
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>>71590858
>no i meant the opposite, like kwin without a DE
Why shouldn't it work?
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>>71590918
it would work but rip any functionality
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>>71583990
You could've saved all that time switching between wms by just learning to use the original system properly. In this case f2 and an arrow key would've gotten you to the extension.
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>>71583990
Sounds like you saved about 10 seconds per year with your i3 setup, what a haul!

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>Graphene turned out to be a meme and graphene companies are going bankrupt one after the other
>Carbon nanotubes were vastly overhyped and they are only going to find use in extremely limited and non-essential sectors
>Quantum computers are making good progress but they are never going to replace standard computers because they are only good for very specific algorithms that is of any use to governments and large corporations
>Senior exec at AMD straight up said we're stuck on silicone for at least another 10 years and that they don't have any replacements for silicone even planned

It's over bros..
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>>71572021
This is something only Apple could do
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>>71590386
It's honestly amazing to see someone so passionate about defending capitalism, and yet believing in such a simplified view of both capitalism and communsim. America is doomed.
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>>71590424
>I still can't make an argument
At least you tried, kid.
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>>71582763
this meme is so cringe.
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I really don't know why you bothered with that loser, anon. First-world communism true believers are a special kind of retard, because it's more like a religion than anything else. At least it was hilarious watching him getting his ass pwned, then posting some retard one-line answer because he was in such a hurry to change his anus bandage.
Now that I've praised you, I'm going to bury you - fuck off with that shit right back to >>>/pol/

/hpg/ - Headphone THREAD
The greatest mod ever made
How to ask for recommendations:
>Budget
>Source
>Type of headphone
>Open or closed
>Comfort level
>Sound signature
>Past headphones
For sub-$50 headphones and IEMs, check out the infographic in >>>/g/csg
/g/ wiki headphone FAQ: https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php?title=Headphones
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How the fuck did my $15 speakers outlast both my Sennheiser HD 598 and Audio Technica ATHM40x ?
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What are the multiple bricks attached to each other by rubber bands that audio phones on the go use?
>Portable Music Player
>DAC
>AMP
>BATTERY
>ETC
I want to have a setup like that for a pair of audeze lcd2, or lcdxc where/how do I start?
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>>71590904
58x has a lot of endlow?
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>I almost bought a pair of stax (with fukbig amp energizer thing) from a thrift store when I was a teenager, but didn't, because it was from a Scientology church.
Are these dumb stories a new low for the seething nostax incel?
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>>71591543
That was a true story. I didn't buy that pair of stax, because it was for scientologists.
Thought that maybe a practicing Scientologist would need it.

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Anybody do freelancing work? What types of boards do you find work through and what sorts of rates do you charge? I've got 5 years professional development experience in android, front + back end web dev and python work, plus a bunch of other shit I could probably do.
Thoughts on freelancing in general?
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>>71591372
where do you think you are?
/g/ is full of NEETS living in parents' basement

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Tell me about Apple.
Why do they throttle the iPhone?
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>>71591345
Lithium ions die really fucking hard
It's not the best option, but I can see the premise. I just wish they would be more up front and honest about it.
>>71591379
>>71591443
Not getting updates at all (a la every Android phone) would be planned obsolescence. This is just a controversial choice that should be a toggle rather than "Apple knows best, consumers can suck it".
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>mfw running Android 9 on my ancient phone that came with Android 2
>mfw it's never been faster
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>>71591518
Spotted the iJeet.
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>>71591465
Yes, didn't help much. I'm still mad for updating past 10.3.3, that thing is slower than my mother's Moto G3 at launching apps now. A fucking Moto G3.

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In your guys' opinion, what is the best CPU and GPU combo as of June 25, 2019?
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>>71588024
ryzen 7 3700x
rtx 2060 super
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>>71589655
What are you so butthurt about?
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>>71589655
I don't say this often but you seriously have to go back, how could such a harmless post like that trigger you?
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>>71589655
Dilate
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>>71588024
wait for July 7th you double nigger

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Confess.
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I'm behind the 5g scare threads.
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>>71584958
Just be yourself
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i was not able to install gentoo on my t450
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>>71584927
how?
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>>71587689
that's markdown, also used at stackoverflow you semen addict

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literally desktop pc killer

55$
4gb ram
gigabit ethernet LAN
2 usb 3.0
wifi
4k multiple moniutor support
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This thread just convinced me that raspberry pi = mental illness
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>>71588363
OK the Pi is cheap, but let's face facts...

>$35 for an entry level Pi 4
>$8 for power supply
>$10 for SD card
>$5 for an HDMI cable
>$10 for a decent case with a heatsink
>$25 for a functional keyboard and mouse

Nearly $100 to get you up and running....not including the cost for a monitor.

Wake me when $35 gets you a SBC, storage, all input devices, power supply, and display.
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>>71591281
To answer my second question, the controller for rasp pi, the vl805 (rasp pi official documentation), only uses a pcie2 1x connection (http://www.hobos.com.cn/upload/datasheet/usb.pdf), which is only 4gbits per second.
And for my first, https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/hardware/raspberrypi/bcm2711/rpi_DATA_2711_1p0_preliminary.pdf says all 4 usb ports max out at 5.5 watts total. The average (not peak) power draw of a 2.5in hard drive is 2.5 watts.
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Jesus, this thread is full of idiot poorfags

>I bought a pi because it's cost/power efficient for a particular task and easy to buy
OK

>I bought a pi because it's got an OOB solution for a particular task, like RasPBX or RetroPie
OK

>I bought a pi to use in a low volume commercial system because I want a reliable SBC supplier
OK

>I bought a pi for dicking around because it's got the best software and community support
ALSO OK

>I bought a pi to use as my home server because it's cheap

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>>71591515
Oh yeah, the sd card only has max 50MBps throughput, most cards would bottleneck at that speed


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