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emacs is more than a text editor

its a way of life
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>>73657465
>Memory: 5006MiB / 8033MiB
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>>73657506
thats mainly from the 3 instances of mpv i have open for watching youtube and all the other shit i have running in the background
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I don't give a shit about retarded emacs, I'm more curious about dragonflybsd.
Why/how/what/when?
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>>73657465
>its a way of life
so is being a bum
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>>73657565
gnu is fine i just dont like linux as a kernel also dont really like CoC's

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Is Black Friday worthwhile for a tech enthusiast?
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>>73656952
>Literally decade old news
>Retards still don't know
Fucking consumer board.
https://money.cnn.com/2014/11/25/news/economy/black-friday-deals/index.html
https://www.forbes.com/sites/benzingainsights/2012/11/21/why-you-shouldnt-buy-a-tv-on-black-friday/
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>>73656988
>>https://www.forbes.com/sites/benzingainsights/2012/11/21/why-you-shouldnt-buy-a-tv-on-black-friday/
Simpler, more general statement: you shouldn't buy a TV.
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>>73657108
I won't disagree with that. TVs are complete and utter dogshit and completely dead to me since you can't get dumb TVs anymore without spending thousands on "enterprise" models.
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>>73655815
Mostly for "flash sales", but not for major sales since the item you are looking for will be on sale.
If you buy something from a flash sale, you are super lucky or you are a sheep.
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>>73653799
There is rarely any actual deals.
I had fun when it was still actually something that happened AFTER thanksgiving.
Got up at like 3 and bought a $7 copy of burnout take down at walmart probably 15 years ago.
I'll probably go to HF at like 6AM this year only because I need to get a flux 125 and they haven't had it this low for like 6 months.

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So I've been using various linux distros and stuff. But my conception of what a distro is, is still pretty vague. Like to me a distro is something you google to get isos lol.

But so what actually sets them apart? The big one should be the package manager right? Whether you use apt or yum or emerge, that's a big thing. I guess apart from that thing that determines a distro is which repositories you connect your package manager to?

Let's say have an ubuntu distro, and then install yum and connect it to the fedora repos. Does that mean you have now switched distros?
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>>73657514
Just watch Chris Titus Tech video about it
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>>73657514
>using ubuntu

I'm done with /g/. I'm definitely not done with GNU/Linux, I end up installing 10-20 new distros every year, that will probably never change. But this distro really made me realize I no longer give a shit about anything you guys have to say. It made me realize that technology reviewers mean nothing to me anymore. For so long have I been a child, now I can look into the mirror and truly see a man looking back at me. I no longer put any stock into the opinions or thoughts of people on the internet, from now on, I trust myself and those I consider closest to me in real life.

This is probably the single best distro I've used this entire generation. It's one of the funnest OSes I've used in years. I've installed all of your favorite distros. I'm probably better at programming than most of you guys are, I've developed literally hundreds of apps of all sorts of different genres and styles. At last I truly realize how retarded like 99% of you guys are.

There are a few of you guys out there who are alright, keep on keeping on. But eventually you guys too will realize you're like me: you truly fucking love technology with all your heart, it's probably impossible to change that about yourself. And you'll realize your posting on a board full of complete morons who don't even develop software, they just enjoy shitposting about it. These are people who are essentially broken on the inside and have likely lost most of their ability to enjoy things. The type of people who complain about stagnation in the industry, and when arguably the most revolutionary distro of the decade drops, they all gang up together to pretend that it isn't even linux, when in reality this is basically the most linuxy linux of all time.

make it libre
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>>73657519
Which one?

Why is Ubuntu the most popular desktop Linux distro by far?
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>>73652691
They started at a time when driver support was decent enough for average users to buy a new PC and actually use it with that set of hardware.
Driver support, especially for graphics cards, was always a major issue

That, coupled with LTS release cycle and a charismatic top guy won them the #1 spot
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>>73657290
>Can't load your rootfs if you don't have an fs driver.
True. But silly thing to have any relevant filesystem support as a module, there are only handful.
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Ubuntu has a lot of momentum, they sent CDs to everyone to get them using it back in the day. Many people are just continuing to stick with Ubuntu. Personally I got sick of the snaps and went to Fedora.
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it just werks
I've been using it for years, there is somethings I don't care for, but the muscle memory and knowledge of the quirks makes me uninterested in using anything else.
Well I am using mint on my e6400 right now, but for a low spec machine such as this it's really needed.
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>>73652691
Just works

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I like texting memes to people but when ever i try to text a gif it says video to large how do i increase the size limit ???

im on a LG android if that helps
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>>73656315
What keyboard are you using?
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>>73657219
So instead of firing up a termux session to convert his whole library of memes you want him to jump through multiple hoops just to send a fucking set of moving images over the net?

Truly you are a brother's keeper.
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>>73657248
Google keyboard with the dark theme and key boarders enabled.
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>>73657283
>highly compressed shitty webms
>vs just sending the original webms in a medium designed to send large images

pick one
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>>73657456
>you can't have your cake and eat it too
No fucking way anon, you should be bestowed a Nobel peace prize for making one of humanities most shocking discoveries.

If only there were a way to fine tune the quality settings of these scrips, like a number that if lowered would increase output quality. Oh well, guess we just don't have the fucking technology for that yet.

>uBlock Origin
>HTTPS Everywhere
>Decentraleyes
What else?
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>>73657396
user.js covers all of about:config. There are other useful options that don't deal with telemetry which are useful. And you don't have to copy someone elses and look up each setting they have. You can just add what you want.
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>>73657426
Yeah, I understood as much. I feel like I'm good with just default settings though, to be honest. I feel like I'm private and secure enough with just the strict setting, turning off the telemetry options in options and running an up to date version of FF. I also use DNS over HTTPS (using Cloudflare servers) since I prefer some random american corporation having the URL's of the sites I visit over my shady 3rd world ISP. I don't know how much of a good idea this is, but Firefox claim they have a special agreement with Cloudflare that forbids them from looking at the data they get from Firefox users. I just kinda gave up on the whole internet privacy thing to be honest, it's so tiresome.
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>>73657513
Another question I have is in regards to Privacy Badger. People in this thread say it's redundant if you use the built in tracker blocker, but the built in blocker says there are no known trackers on 4channel.org while Privacy Badger blocks two Google ones. Why is that?

>Assemble a part list
https://pcpartpicker.com/
>How to build a PC
https://youtu.be/IhX0fOUYd8Q?t=63

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)

CPUs
>Athlon 220GE - HTPC, web browsing
>R3 2400G - bare minimum gaming
>R5 1600 - great budget gaming and general desktop CPU

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>>73657067
Well I'd be only using 50% of it anyway I guess, RX5700XT + ryzen 2600
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>>73657037
Now... I understand why people listen to k-pop.
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>>73657227
>listen
Lmoa
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>>73657037
I doubt you would actually notice so long as it supports eco mode
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>>73657037
I have an older RMx and its fan was quite loud. But I'm not sure how it's revised now days and if they improved that or not.
I don't think any of them will be as quiet as if you open it up and replace the fan yourself. Maybe Bequiet, but those are hard to get in the USA.
And like the other anon said, since your build is likely <350W most of the time, it's likely the fan will never come on or will barely come on.
>>73657227
Porn is illegal in South Korea. Kpop is their softcore porn. It's very simple.

why is it so shit?
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>>73644381
Weeb
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>>73651423
iToddler blown the fuck out
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>>73644381
retard
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>>73651423
have you heard of cmd+alt+esc
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Catalina is Vista

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Fuck you /g/, you almost brainwashed me into getting an SSD. It's meme tech, it's useless if you're already rocking HDDs.
>spending good money for muh faster boot time
fuck off.
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>>73655456
Famously long loading times? Really? It takes less than fifteen seconds everytime I load up a map against the AI.
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>tfw you can get 1To raid 6+2 sas ssds for 130€.
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>>73656124
You use 300hz monitor to watch gay porno and play csgo you maniac
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I bought SSD because even windows 7 is bloated piece of shit that absolutely rapes my HDD (everything past XP is) :(
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>>73654065
based OP

'You do own driver matched headphones, right, anon?' Edition

How to request purchase advice:
https://pastebin.com/fYZLW7Ub

/g/ wiki headphone FAQ:
https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php?title=Headphones

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>>73657427
Driver matched, wow..
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>>73657434
Amazing stuff, am I right bro?
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>>73656936
Another GLORIOUS morning listening ot the Koss 95x
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For me it's the new audio-technica headphone stand.
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>>73657500
Are ath-a2000z any good? are they musical and good with electronic music as well? not edm pls. I've been considering to buy them over a decade.

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Who here uses this and how good is it actually?
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It's good on a server, like any Unix-like, desu

It's good to use on commercial devices cause mah BSD License

For desktop, Linux is pretty much good enough. You can go full minimalist nerd retard or you can go full GUI retard who doesn't even know what a console is, and it works both ways.
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>>73655983
It is actually pretty good in a lot of ways. It has less support for some programs but if you are only using free software you should be fine. Also when compiling programs they have short descriptions of the features which I see as a benefit over something like gentoo.
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back in 2009/10 I had a 955 x4 BE system with 8GB of ram and a 260GTX running FreeBSD and GNOME2
it was great then.
Fast forward to present day and there is absolutely no point to run FreeBSD on anything but appliances and servers
If I had an ancient potato of a computer I would probably run *BSD
but if you have anything newer than 5 years old for FreeBSD or ~8 Years old for Open and Net BSD then its just a waste of time/hardware
Anyone who says you can run BSD on the latest hardware is technically correct I guess, but you could do all the same shit better on Linux.
Then software compatibility comes to mind, small differences like inotify vs knotify can limit your software options and then people specifically using Linux-isms reduce the set of software even more.

tl;dr if your computer is ~10 years old and you are a suckless memer then *BSD should work great for you
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>>73656208
>It's good on a server, like any Unix-like, desu

Not really, what if you need wine-mono for one of your services?

Incompatibilities up the ass, at this point Linux is more ubiquitous with compatibility than Unix which is proprietary and you shouldn't use it anyway.
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>>73657487
>but you could do all the same shit better on Linux
Yes, but the os is shit tho

How is the doomer setup?
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>>73643500
>>73643640
>>73644294
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>>73644416
>>73646395
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>>73653761
>>73654895
You are no doomers... just fucking poor.
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>>73654895
I had a white USB hub of my own in my drawer as well...

>>73655001
Please give a grant so I can fund a week of not-sads and get a job.
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>>73643440
G4560
8GB ram
Rx570 8GB
128GB SSD
20inch 1080p
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>>73643440
A laptop debotnetted, constantly plugged in, router/modem right next to it. Desk with a bunch a shit on it, fuck ton of flash drives, a broken second monitor, some trash/food, fuck ton of cables, some of them in use, others just sitting there. There's a controller there too, hasn't been used in days. A generic office chair, bust and broken up, since he got it from goodwill. Up time of the computer says 170:15:44:03
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>>73655001
Why else be a doomer?

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I couldn't see a buying general thread so posting here

I'm looking for a capture card that can record at least 1080p 60hz through hdmi (vga would be a plus)

Can anyone give any good advice for good products?

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Post some fukken LEDs
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>>73656459
But why does it have to be specifically a bipolar LED? That makes no sense.
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>>73630384
LEEDS IS A FUCKING GREAT CITY
I'M WITH YOU ON THAT !
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>>73646589
Different color leds require a different voltage, so it (probably) may not work at all.
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>>73656738
It's just a little exercise in old-fashioned logic IC design.
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>>73631089
best

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What happened to watch threads? /g/ used to have great ones.

Pic related is my new addition to the collection, finally stopped being stubborn and picked up a seiko 5. It's probably the best bang for buck automatic I've ever seen; in-house movement, beautiful case back, reliable as hell... After I fix my seamaster I'm picking up a 5 diver, seiko got me hooked hard
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Why do people go for the f-91w instead of the newer variants?
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>>73654709
I don't have an F-91W but I do have a W-59, which is basically the same thing with bigger buttons and more water resistance. I chose it because I want a watch so small that I forget it's there. My MQ24 also fills that purpose but I like seeing the date on my watch. Are there any newer variants that are the same size as the F-91W/W-59?
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>>73648327
now this is a watch
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>>73654106
>Post watches with matching set of bead bracelets
No.
This is bait.
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Name 1 (one) watch better than 214270.
Protip you can't.


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