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Welcome to the Friendly GNU/Linux Thread

Before asking for help, please check our list of resources.

If you would like to try out GNU/Linux, you can do one of the following:
0) Install a GNU/Linux distribution of your choice in a Virtual Machine.
1) Use a live image and to boot directly into the GNU/Linux distribution without installing anything.
2) Dual boot the GNU/Linux distribution of your choice along with Windows or macOS.
3) Go balls deep and replace everything with GNU/Linux.

Resources: Please spend at least a minute to check a web search engine with your question.
– Many free software projects have active mailing lists.

$ man %command%
$ info %command%

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>>91337707
Can you try Dolphin?

>>91337928
You can emulate a Pi with virt-manager
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>>91337959
yep, the devs are fucking retarded and have a client for windows, mac and raspberry pi, but not for linux desktop, and i think they refuse to do it
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Running Kubuntu 22.04 on a desktop. What are some ways to reduce the idle power consumption?
I've turned on everything in the bios so the CPU downclocks, turned off the animations, don't use widgets, and have turned off some unnecessary background stuff.
It's idling at about 850mb of ram. Is there anything else I can to reduce the system power consumption?

I'm thinking about running this system as a server of sorts so I want to minimize it's footprint, but autism also compels to have a sleeker system.
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>>91339056
auto-cpufreq
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>>91337994
You can try decompiling it with ghidra then recompiling

The BEST phone in existence.

>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
http://phonedb.net/index.php?m=device&s=query

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

>Frequency Checker

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>>91338928
iPhone 14 Pro Max 1TB
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>>91338928
>Battery life shit
>looking at pixel 7
????
It would be a sidegrade coming from S22.
S23+/Ultra or Sony Xperia 5 IV, no other option.
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>>91337945
I similarly went from s9+ to s22u and the main reason was for the ultra cameras. I could honestly still be using my s9+ and be fine, so I know "upgrading" to a regular s22 would have meant a lot less to me daily usage wise. basically with the ultra I really like standing at my kitchen window and zooming in on birds and shit
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>benchmarks tell me tensor and and tensor 2 with stock android is fast af and has amazing battery life
>people who've owned the phones say its buggy/laggy and shit battery life
I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO BELIEVE ANYMORE
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>>91338977
pixel 7 4,355 mAh
xperia 5 iv 5000 mAh

s22 3,700 mAh

yea i know the pixel 7 is kinda like a side upgrade but its still better than the s22. im considering it since it is cheaper than the xperia 5. i dont want a plus sized phone personally

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what can i automate so that my channel doesnt get fragged? How do i monitize if i steal other peoples content?
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>>91338291
yeah the only possible example you could bring up is something programming related lol
and what about the 100 other languages on youtube filled with amateur people? the 100 other niches? sure it will be difficult but certainly not as impossible as youre implying.
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>>91338566
so go do it. yeah, didn't think so. COPE
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>>91337497
create a program that makes videos of cats, daily

there you go, enjoy your Platinum Youtube Medal
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>>91338776
Based, thanks king
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>>91337497
thought about this myself, but instead of copying content, I'd have an automated system for scraping stuff and having a text-to-speech program read it; something similar to those channels that voice greentexts or reddit threads.

DirectStorage reduces loading time and improve framerate at the same time.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8_HcLb4ajY

Forspoken DOES NOT SUPPORT GPU DECOMPRESSION, so ignore any performance benchmarks
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>>91332146
>DirectStorage is such a massive performance boost
>That's why the xbox has such a mind blowing perfomance too
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What sort of hardware/mobo do you need to make the best use of this?
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>>91332467
danol
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>>91332210
>Bucksbroken

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which is a more elegant language? Lisp or Haskell?
lisp
>simple
>pure lambda calculus
haskell
>math
>functional purity
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>>91338433
you terribly misunderstand both of these languages
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>>91338433
Lisp
>Retarded
>Ugly
>Designed by WWII veterans
Haskell
>Pretentious
>Oldest "new" programming language
>Not intuitive for people who know any other lang
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>>91338433
why choose?
https://github.com/ympbyc/Carrot
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come home

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Which sicp version is better for begginers?
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>>91339037
PHP for dummies
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>daily 10000 chatgpt will take all jobs threads
>chatpg passes exam x, admission for job y
>be me
>trying to use chatgpt at job since january
>doesnt fucking work for anything slighty complicated

Chat is basically a google search 2.0. It helps when you need to double check something you already know, do small changes to a codebase you know from heart and so on.
No, it wont build an entire microservice for you. It wont write the entire architecture for your mainframe.

I even got into trouble trying to speed up my skills with a new framework. Even if you try to iterate many times the answers, it wont build shit out of thin air. My cowokers are having a similar experience.

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Rustsisters, not like this...
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>>91337855
https://www.stroustrup.com/bs_faq2.html#sizeof-empty

>>91337601
the code is checking for equality
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>>91337663
what does == implies there? reference compare? length compare? sequential compare? who knows! you need to google language reference just to undertand that

this is almost js level of implicit magic
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>>91338943
I hate Rust because the borrow checker is often a pain in the ass, and so is cross-compilation last time I checked. But I think it's retarded when people complain about theoretical usage instead of practical. Seriously, when are actually using a tuple that large instead of a struct, array, array of structs, or whatever to collect all those elements.
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>>91337722
>storing 13 numbers in a list is more retarded than storing them in a tuple
the absolute state of cniles
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>>91339081
>no reading comprehension
the absolute state of rustceans

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Do Zoomers really not understand Hierarchical File Systems?

Would these retards understand it if they are forced to use cherrytree for note taking and use it like this (Slash = hierarchy)
2023/02/04
And then add a subject of what happened like
School
Gaming
And add sub folders like this?
School/Stupid teacher
School/Carl shit himself

Of course the reason everyone hates Zoomers is that they are 100% immune from learning anything and will shut down even if you try to force them to learn anything.

What a fucken failed generation.
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>>91338389
>professor says
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>>91338470

Lets see:
>Ignore key subject
>Ignore that over 60% of your generation are unwilling to learn skills
>Ignore "zoomers unable to learn = bad" subject
>Shitpost crap and bitch and moan. Because le evil internet man posted facts
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>>91338543
>>91338604
I literally have full time job , college and (unlike you) I also have my own apartment that I can pay for with my own money, and I dont demand a recognition for that.
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>>91338132
I'm a zoomer and I use gentoo, also i love sucking cock
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>>91339002
Lets see:
>Ignore key subject
>Ignore that over 60% of your generation are unwilling to learn skills
>Ignore "zoomers unable to learn = bad" subject
>b-b-b I have other things
Sure you have LARP boy

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What are the best online communities and websites/forums/social networks to learn to code with C? Especially for coding 2D videogames with C
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>>91336048
i try my best
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>>91333248
So rust troons can go and disrupt them. Fuck off faggot. You've been discredited and chased off this board. I won't let you spread your contagion somewhere else
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Bump
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>>91337096
If you didn't get the memo yet, C is dead.
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Bump

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Tell me, which system is less bloated and better designed

typical eunuchs:
>run command
>output dumped to terminal scrollback buffer
>can scroll through it using terminal emulator
>can do text search using terminal emulator
>can select and copy text using terminal emulator
>pipe output through less instead
>oops first you gotta rerun the whole command too
>less also implements scrolling
>and text search
>and various other gnu-style navigation keybindings
>that you can't change
>also can recognize and escape ansi escape sequences for some reason

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>>91338717
FPBP
Eunuchstrannies BTFO!
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>>91338378
>"emacs"
>it's actually just one emac
Why is it plural
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>$ nvim
>:split term://bash
>text dumped to buffer
>can search, select, copy, paste, edit, scroll, etc. all with vim
>...
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>>91338994
>E-EMACS BAD!
>remakes emacs but worse and in shitty lua and still needs a terminal emulator
ok troon
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>>91339064
go back to tweak your config file, Emacs-kun

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Can we agree 10 had the better start menu?
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>>91337738
I replaced 10's start menu with open shell
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>>91338690
It's silly how many settings you have to disable to make it even remotely useable. /g/oy slop indeed
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>>91337738
>Can we agree 10 had the better start menu?
No we can't. That start menu was aids.
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>>91338690
LTSC doesnt have this problem
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>>91339096
neither does linux

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Jiu edition

How to request advice:
>Budget
>Kind (in-ear or earbuds)
>Intended use
>Sound signature (or genres you like)
>Past gear and your thoughts on them

FAQs:
>Do I need a DAC/dongle?
Only if your source: lacks a headphone jack, has high noise/distortion (common on PC), or lacks power, i.e. your IEMs don't get loud enough
>Where do I buy IEMs?
Amazon, Aliexpress, Linsoul, HiFiGo, Shenzenaudio, KEEPHiFi


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>>91337634
that's an off-topic question.
if i remember correctly it comes with 3 sizes. i used the biggest for a month and it kept getting pushed out after a while.
i tried the medium ones and they are perfect for me.
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>>91338354
see OP for sites to buy from. some anon mentioned keephifi still had them $10 off. yes they are great for the budget. especially since you mentioned running into failure/clogging issues, may as well stay in the more affordable realm. you'll love the sound if you liked aria se
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>>91336008
>>91335979
its $7, if you're into diy then you know its good enough just for the tinkering. i dont expect non-diy niggas to agree with this impulse.
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>just put a different filter on it bro
>add on a metal nozzle for no reason bro
>it totally just equals wan'er or some other actual good tuning bro

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Why do people assume AI art isn't inevitable?
Genuinely curious what will artists do when in 3-4 years we will have AI where you can write a story & it will output 30 minute animated videos of it in seconds?

I work in AI & this will happen in few years. People will be able to create fan fiction movies on laptops in seconds

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what did they mean by this?
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>>91337198
processor and cpu means thew whole computer in normie speak
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>>91337227
Worthless trash.
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Its a cable management thing, where the power breadboard is bolted to the adjustable desk. Which means you don't need to deal with things like cable length limiting desk height, for things such as USB, power cables for monitor, HDMI/Displayport, etc.
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"CPU" = The Actual Computer (/PC)
"Computer" = "CPU" + screen + keyboard + mouse
Simple (low IQ) inference.
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>>91337198
Just a standard VPS.


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