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Trying to figure this cocktail out

Synthetic Estrogen
Alcohol that is used for killing head lice or as an antibacterial agent
Scabies Medication
Medium Chain Triglycerides Appetite control and anti-inflammatory.

This stuff is all over the place medically
please don't do this to your bodies

you are healthy and beautiful the way you are

Let them remove themselves from the genepool. Don't convince them to be healthy males, they might spread their pathetic beta genes.
ancient chinese spirit potion
>Who tf watches mutiple videos together?
i'm guessing chronic coomers

>use linux
>have long hair
>long nails
>likes cute clothes
I think I'm going for that route. Tell your story.
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Have been seeing a lot of general bans as of late, so still be careful, I don't browse here much anymore either, this board is 70% bots, 20% paid shills and probably just about 10% real people. And in general I've been trying to get a little away from tech and do more stuff with pen and paper.

>the Vox thing is way overplayed by media.
>They just got a lot of votes from disgruntled people who are sick of leftist BS, but their policies are mostly counter productive, I do like their support for better self defence laws however.

I believe you, probably same situation as with Cambiemos here, leftists building up the image of a dangerous right wing party just to have a straw man to burn. It is a shame that none of our countries have a true right wing party tho.
It's just like the Proud Boys/Groypers/Qanon boomers in the US being played and drummed up by media like crazy.
I think the majority of shit stirring is done by glowniggers.
Unironically true, fuck american right wingers btw, I've never been so disappointed in my life, bunch of gun-totting retards LARPing as militias and freedom fighters but when the time came they all pussied out.

I'm going to sleep friend, I should start working in a few hours, idk if you meant to keep the conversation going but if you did, and since I'm the one cutting it, I guess you can shoot me a message at the address at the top, not that we've done nothing more than complain about politics all night lol but you can if you want.
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Oh it's fine, I work from home so I can post between programming work.
Have a good night's sleep
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For me, its the ASUS GT710

>4 hdmi outputs
>completely silent
>excellent nouveau support on gnu/linux
>sub $100 brand new

Why don't you have this card /g/?
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For me it's the MSI GT710, with VGA/DVI/HDMI
>excellent support
chose one.
I may be dumb, but I'm not braindead.
DP <-> HDMI isn't THAT expensive, and you don't need it except for old monitors anyway.
eyefinity cards are old as shit and consume a lot of power

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Users of all levels are welcome to ask questions about GNU/Linux and share their experiences.

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Uh Oh!
I updated to kernel 5.11 and it seems like my audio is broken. I use my computer as an alarm and I just realized I woke up an hour late!
Luckily no work today lol, but can anyone help me figure out why my audio is busted?
Also has this happened to anyone else running 5.11?
I'm on arch btw
I found that there was just some muted chanells in alsamixer...idk why they got muted I def did not mute them but whatever, at least I can listen to music again (and assuming I don't restart my alarm should go off tomorrow morning)
OH! Here's an issue.
When i use my mute keyboard shortcut (I run a script from my dwm config that exectues
>amixer set Master toggle
it won't bring back the audio! IT only toggles the Master back on but seems to toggle Speaker AND Bass Speaker to off but WON"T toggle them back on!
I think this must be an also bug. I believe Master toggle should ONLY toggle master volume and NOT Speaker (or any other) volume level.
Any advice would be very much appreciated and also maybe someone should go file a bug complaint idk
Henlo! Using i3 here, when I start I get an error in my top bar
Error:status_command process exited unexpectedly (exit 1) 
. It used to work with this exact same config perfectly in the past (but i haven't used i3 in like two months). When I launch i3status from the terminal it doesn't give me any errors and just outputs stuff in the terminal. Any pro tips?

Intel B560 motherboards now available
Intel 11th gen CPUs out March 15th
AMD GPU announcement March 3rd

Post complete specs including monitor

State budget, region, and monitor specs
List use cases (e.g. gaming, editing, rendering)
Assemble a preliminary parts list: https://pcpartpicker.com/

Budget Workstation/Web Browsing: Athlon 3000G, Pentium G5400

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>few months vs 2 years
nigger please
Are Gigabyte boards just shit or are B550 boards actually that bad or maybe both?
I've had my B550 Aorus Pro AX for around a month and it's probably the worst experience i've ever had with a PC component.
Ethernet issues, USB issues, being stock at splash screen, XMP profiles randomly wont save etc.
gigabyte was known back in the am3+ days for their weird bios bugs.
Then stop asking retarded questions and buy the newest one.



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Bro 3060 is selling for 500$ minimum and you can see it upwards of 800$ in shops.
The 2060 Super was 400€ 8 months ago, the 3060 12gb is 600€.
I'm having a laugh reading the russian 4chan nvidia threads and the prices of gpu. Since most russians make less than 350$ usd a month, a 3060 being over a grand means that would still be 4 months of savings, provided you don't eat or spend any of that money period. Realistically it's like, a year of saving up, for a card that should cost 1/4th that.
cool story, nigger
>mah overpriced, overheating, powersucking card for stupid storygame shit is slightly better than your overpriced, overheating, powersucking card for stupid storygame shit
Fuck your trash and just buy a cheap card for old gaming, the only time gaming had good games.

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stop using sudo
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how did you know it was a linux thing then
It would be extremely scummy.
mac still uses sudo dumb gay retard
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Scummy, maybe, but would she even know?
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fucking kek

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Old thread.
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>what do you battle
Hordes of horny women, gotta keep my virginity intact.
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Nostalgiad hard as fuck on the old v70. Sverige ja.
this is bait, ive seen this image for the past 5 years

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it's that time again
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Cute got more?
Post your leaf certificate so we can be sure that this thread is blessed
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>Now I am become bait
>The destroyer of threads

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>doesn't require DBus (as of 0.3.22)
>doesn't depend on systemd
>acts as a drop-in replacement and reimplementation of Alsalib, JACK, and PulseAudio, allowing you to remove them, and letting you easily interface between applications using different audio APIs without conflicting
>suitable for both pro audio and consumer audio through dynamic buffer adaptation
>works fine on X11 and every desktop
>still works with pavucontrol and any other old mixing utility
>works on Arch, Manjaro, Fedora, Gentoo, Debian 11, and Ubuntu 21.04
>low-latency, high-fidelity
>already almost bug-free, fixes audio issues with Pulse left-and-right
>actively saving Linux audio

Why aren't you using PipeWire yet, anon?
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Correct. You aren't going to find a distro that both isn't autistic, and which also doesn't depend on DBus or systemd. But the option's out there for people using Gentoo or compiling all their own shit, I guess.
You're the one performing mental gymnastics desperately trying to find an edge case where PulseAudio would "solve" an imaginary problem with ALSA. Do you know how many times I have switched a running audio stream from one output to another? Zero. In my use case this isn't even a 1% edge case. It's a non-issue. It has literally never happened.
When the thing you're talking about is an edge case you made up for the purpose of winning an argument that nearly nobody in the entire history of computing has ever or will ever encounter, yeah, I'd say it's not really worth layer your audio subsystem with a complicated server architecture that hijacks all of your audio streams. You're right, it is always the same shit:
>Oh really? Can your minimalist setup address this edge case that affects 1/100th of 1% of all desktop users?
>HA! BUSTED! Install this piss poor attempt at reinventing the wheel on every desktop Linux system just in case you ever run into this 1/100th of 1% edge case!
If you do need complex i/o routing, JACK is a much better solution than PulseAudio or PipeWire.
>I only installed pipewire and pipewire-pulse
Right, that means you installed a package other than PipeWire. pipewire-pulse is a complete PulseAudio server implemented over top of PipeWire, just like xWayland is an X11 server implemented over Wayland.
Canonical is probably developing its own audio stack as we speak
No. "pipewire-pulse" is a convenience package in Arch that configures it to act as a replacement for PulseAudio, but all the meaningful code is in the regular package. PipeWire itself is a complete implementation of the PulseAudio API, there is no separate project here. It is technically a separate library file though, so you can compare with Debian splitting the replacement API libraries into a pipewire-audio-client-libraries package: https://packages.debian.org/experimental/pipewire-audio-client-libraries

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Edition edition. Rate, like, & subscribe.
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big-ass-air-cooler master race
did you realize the AIO liquid cooler radiator wouldn't fit before or after taking the pic?
neither, it fit
i couldn't get a good photo with the AIO installed
I'm guessing the top 3 fans blow cool air in? Doesn't that fuck with the airflow? Top 3 spots are usually used for a liquid cooler radiator to blow mixed air out of the case. I'm willing to bet you could drop all 3 and it would hardly make a difference in temperature
where did you squeeze it in? looks like 2 fans and that'd be a tight fit for the front with the GPU, or did you get rid of the noctua case fan? Either way, is your only air intake the warmed up air from the radiator?

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Is these anticheat services spying guys? Or it doesn't even have access to the internet?
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people already load custom efi's before windows gets booted to hook hyperv shit and load their own drivers
cheat dev here
a lot of these anti-cheats send dlls and other shit that is injected over to someone working at hq where they do whatever the fuck they want
they also require constant internet access in case some new anti-cheat update/fixes roll out
>Epic games
You have bigger problems to worry about than the anti cheat
>still nothing about vanguard on secret.club
Who cares? Just run your games on Windows installed on a separate drive from your main system with no personal data on the drive.

Thoughts on this card in general?
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extremely based
AMD cards are an investment
>buy r9 390
>sell it for double the price
>buy rx 5700
>sell it for more than double the price
can't wait to buy my next AMD gpu
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They're generally very close. At 4K 3060 is sometimes a bit faster.
>install the card
>it crashes
Fuck you. I tried a dozen of kernel and mesa versions and it still crashes occasionally. It seems much less recent since some update a few months ago.
thats ugly and embarrassing. and the fan is reportedly two times louder

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>Buy Macbook M1
>Want to use my parents' printer to print shit
>Look for the drivers online
>They don't work on Big Sur
>Try to emulate both the Windows and Mac drivers with rosetta, still not working
Yes, I'll just put the files on my parents' computer and print them, but I shouldn't need to do that.
I mean, I'm kind of tired of getting jewed. Why haven't printer manufacturers made some sort of standard generic drivers for their garbage?
Man, I'm not commie or anything, but I wish the UE would step in and tell these fags to fix their mess, I fucking hate printers.
>adopt early
>things don't work
Feels good to see the consumer market forced to innovate because iTards like you are allowed to have money. Can't wait to have my affordable ARM laptop in a few years.
>Buy Macbook M1
you forgot to buy a new printer kekw
>Big Sur

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They killed the fox now so I just wanna see what's everyone's fav
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Why do ESLs bother writing entire paragraphs if nobody but them will understand?
>not just slapping a hardened user.js as soon as you install it
Literally there's no other browser that can compared to hardened firefox.
Try harder googleshill
protip: he will
Waterfox until further notice.

Firefox the browser is fine, mozzila are retarded tranny nig loving cucks that give money to antifa. I'm not autistic enough to willfully install Brave's crypto miner.

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