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Do they even produce anything relevant anymore?
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>>88813892
Oh, and they also make green kitkats which have tea on them or something? They are good.
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>>88805360
https://github.com/aria2/aria2
also crystaldisk guy
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>>88807648
>this is what brazilian weebs think that learn the language to get out of their shithole
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JAV
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hentai

Redpill me here.

For a gaming/main PC, which one would you pick? (I have used Linux before so dont worry about Arch being there)

>Windows 10 Home
>WIndows 10 LTSC (MAS)
>Arch Linux
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>>88806863
Out of those 3, Windows 10 Home. You will run into problems with LTSC. And Linux is a joke for gaming. You may be able to use all these hacks and workarounds to get it working superficialy as a gaming machine, but it's only a matter of time before you run into problem after problem after probem. In the end you will give up and switch back to Windows and you could have saved yourself all that time and hassle by just going with Windows in the first place.

Beter than Home would be Education or Pro, but yeah out of those 3, Home.

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>>88807380
>is retard-proof
sounds like a challenge to me, ive crashed casio calculators, there is nothing i cant out retard
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Where are these anons complaining about ltsc having issues with games coming from? I've played many on my machine including minecraft and other microsoft games like grounded & sea of thieves but have never ran into any issues.
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>>88806863
Windows 10 LTSC 2021 for gaming only. Compatability shouldn't be an issue in comparison to Home, as Windows 10 is on it's last feature update anyways, in both versions.
For everything else you do on your Main, use Arch Linux, because it's much more performant than Windows in so many ways.
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>>88813316
idk either, the only programs that have issues with older LTSC versions are Microsoft IDEs

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permissive licenses are best licenses for the end user, developer and company.
if you don't recognize what is wrong with luke smith's 'rebutall' of permissive licenses you are an indoctrinated cultist who can't think for himself. gpl is just like an eula, not only making you more of a cuck if you even try to request the code and most of the time YOU have to pay for it hahahahaha but by forcing others to pollute your codebase because muh contribution. linux is a shithole because of the companies destroying it piece by piece, redhat, microsoft etc.
linux is a company driven gpl shithole where anything goes.
some faggots jump the shil to retarded unusable non systemd non * distros that still pull in some binaries from systemd and get cucked even further.
unironically freebsd is the answer. they're never going to implement retarded feature #38292 wayland. it's a community. and you can take their code and do whatever you want.
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>>88814689
Your cope can't change the licensing of Linux and Busybox and their widespread use.

>Linus Torvalds fucked up by not requiring all copyright be assigned to him. Now it's impossible to change the license without the approval of thousands of contributors.
It's actually a bit more complex than that if you check the history, but I don't think there's any point in elaborating on that.
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>>88814746
Do you think that Linux and Busybox are widespread because of a loophole in the GPLv2? Linux was already successful before appliances with embedded operating system existed. GCC and the GNU utilities are also widespread and they are released under the GPLv3.
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>>88814871
>Do you think that Linux and Busybox are widespread because of a loophole in the GPLv2?
Yes.
>This new license provision was acknowledged by TiVo in its April 2007 SEC filing: "we may be unable to incorporate future enhancements to the GNU/Linux operating system into our software, which could adversely affect our business".
Torvalds and the Busybox developers also thought version 3 would be harmful to their interests.
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>>88814974
>>Do you think that Linux and Busybox are widespread because of a loophole in the GPLv2?
>Yes.
That goes against the historical evidence.

>>88814974
>>This new license provision was acknowledged by TiVo in its April 2007 SEC filing: "we may be unable to incorporate future enhancements to the GNU/Linux operating system into our software, which could adversely affect our business".
Fuck them. If they don't like the license, they should write their own software.
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>>88815007
The historical evidence is that Torvalds and the Busybox developers rejected version 3 for a reason, anon.

>If they don't like the license, they should write their own software.
Good thing they don't have to. ˙͜ >˙

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I was away for a few days, it is true that a tranny hacked the Farms and permanently took them offline? What technology did she use to accomplish this?
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>>88812773
Bump for interest
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>>88812773
Nobody knows?

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What are you working on, /g/?
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>>88814401
why do you need a gui
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what's your opinion on lisp and /flet/?
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>>88814638
I'm a gui guy
Just a preference
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>>88814956
dbeaver is fine
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>>88814449
you just paste your little test string in to a regex builder and fuck around with the regex using the reference guide until it returns the result you want, it's not that hard

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>pluton
>hot
>expensive
>slower than ADL
It's over for poozen.

What a fucking joke of a company Sony are.

https://www.quad9.net/news/blog/an-update-to-the-quad9-and-sony-music-german-court-injunction-august-2022/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63dZ93K4TC8

>Sony Music Entertainment Germany, via the Hamburg Court in Germany, imposed an injunction on Quad9 which requires us to block resolution of a certain set of domain names that resolve to a website containing links to another website containing files which Sony asserts are violating their copyright. This blocking applies only to Quad9’s servers located in Germany and has not been applied in other nations. Quad9 is not headquartered in Germany but is subject to this ruling because in 2021 — three months prior to Sony’s filing — Quad9 moved headquarters to Switzerland. Given that Switzerland is a signatory on the Lugano Convention, civil lawsuits of this nature are permitted to cross borders.

>Quad9 objected earlier to this ruling in the same Hamburg court, but that objection was not successful. Subsequently, we have filed an appeal in Hamburg and continue to pursue that course and set of arguments with the Hamburg court. The nature of the German legal system allows us to continue with an appeal in the first court with the preliminary proceeding while the main proceeding of the case may take place in other courts.

Basically Sony are suing Quad9 because their DNS is resolving websites that contain Sony copyright content (music).
This is something literally every DNS resolver does, including Google and Cloudflare. Sony are obviously far too chickenshit to go after Google and Cloudflare's army of lawyers in court, so they pick on a smaller, non-profit, privacy-oriented DNS provider like Quad9.

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Book thread.

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Are e-readers worth it when tablets exist for much lower cost?
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>>88813608
might be worth getting the original clara hd instead since the internal storage is an sd card so you can swap it out for whatever size storage you want, clara 2e might be swappable though I cant find any pictures of an open one
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>>88813977
apparently it's the same in the 2e, but the waterproofing might make swapping more annoying?
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would love an A4 one, for textbooks... but FUCK ME THEY'RE EXPENSIVE.
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>>88814081
that is the battery? seems they are a bit more complicated to replace than kindle
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>>88813786
Another thing you have to consider is how you load it with manga. If you normally buy them from Kobo then it won't make a difference but otherwise you have to load transfer them in epub or cbz/cbr format via USB. It may not be a big deal for magazines and tankobon but webmanga chapters are a different matter.

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Not only they are nerfed; they don't even work by default on all sites; YOU HAVE TO ENABLE IT MANUALLY ON EACH SITE. This is an absolute no no for my boomer relatives; I will begin TODAY removing ALL instances of any chromium based browser everywhere possible; only firefox from now on again.
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Is there a version of Firefox for straight people?
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>>88811526
What's your non-google translation tool? What non-google video platform do you use that can rival the amount of content Youtube has? What map do you use that is updated as regularly as Google/Apple? Or are you accepting a downgrade on 90% of your internet activities just to spite google?
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>>88814625
No, trannies only. Be straight with ads or a fag without them, decide.
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>>88814717
>Deepl translator
>The only thing YouTube has going for it is the amount of content and 5 to 10 ads per video are being tested for some users
>Openstreetmaps
>Even ReCaptcha has alternatives now nowadays
Defeatist pleb.
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>>88814717
>90% of your internet activities
You are too addicted to Google

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>>88813954
Who cares. It just werks.
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>>88813954
Pay for the commercial license then, nigger
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>>88814043
Pay? No. Why would I pay you to have the potential to use your software when I later discover it's half assed and I gave you free money.
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Electron
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>>88813867
Flutter and React Native, any other answer is a meme answerwva

ads forced together with a functionality update
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>>88803440
> laughs in MiXplorer, the last file manager you'll ever need.
Do I look like a shill? Yes.
Am I proud shilling a sane, multi-tab file manager with:
• Local network support (FTP secure or not, SFTP, SMB, WebDav)
• "Cloud" support (MEGA, GDrive, Dropbotnet, whatever)
• Built-in local server (HTTP, FTP, SFTP, SMB1)
• Built-in image viewer and media player
• Built-in text editor with syntax highlighting, SQLite database editor, and APK support with Manifest decoding and ARSC (Android Resources) unpacker
• Built-in EncFS support if you really need to
• Ability to make copies of user/system APKs like they're just normal files (because they *are*)
• Add-ons to extend support for more image/media formats, PDF, 7Z/GZ/Tar/Zstd/a fuckton more types of archives
• Add-ons to edit media file tags
• Fucking busybox baked-in for those times when you just want to run a shell command to rename a bunch of files.


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>>88812346
You're a room temp IQ itoddler, so you're excused, but android has an in-built file manager. Third party managers obviously have more functionality (e.g. SMB), so you might want one depending on your needs, kinda like total commander vs windows explorer. This thread is just full of angry NEETs who can't comprehend that they have to pay for such a powerful tool.
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>>88812346
See the problem with iOS files app is that it doesn't have 2 panels, letting you to browse the destination folders, and the source folders independently.
Or compare 2 directories, with a simple swipe.
X-plorer is the best android file manager for that reason alone.
The SMB implementation in x-plore is 100% broken only works when you enable SMB/CIFS 1.1 in windows.
sshfs just works naturally, but you need to pay iirc to mount a folder other than "/" / view more than root of the folder you provided.
FTP works.
HTTP server works.
Not sure about the rest of the features, I only care about the core of the app.
It also features some needless features like it's own music player(shitty), video player(shitty), image gallery(shitty).

The good part is that it delivers on the CORE experience very well, being a file manager for managing your local files and sharing them to your pc through wifi(honestly kde connect works much better for this unless you need to share to another phone via a web browser), the disk map works fine, some archives work fine.

The downsides is everything else, it supports the advertised archive formats only partially it does too many things and does those "non file manager" features poorly.
It also let's you to backup apk files.
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>>88812346
>android users have to actually use third party precarious apps with ads just to browse their own files?
Still beats needing to email your files as attachments and having to "sync" all your music via bloatware.
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>>88812392
plugins cost extra
+ android is my second device to my 13 pro

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do you think the professor is expecting me not to handwave T <- S.copy()? It's pseudocode, so it shouldn't matter, right? Googling "Clone a stack without extra space" seems so convoluted, but is that the entire point of the problem?
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>>88811773
>indexing a stack
zoomers are functionally retarded
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you recurse popping the stack adding to a queue, then fill the stack back up, then pop the queue onto the stack until it's empty. This is a recursion question as you get an extra stack with the call stack.
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>>88814730
>s1
>s2 321
>
>s1 123
>s2 123
how does s2 change from 321 to 123 between these steps?
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>>88811714
just wanted to thank you again, 'cause i applied your logic to fix question 2 as well, which was totally wrong at first. I like the commenting style of simple cases.
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>>88814962
pop & add

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Previously on /sdg/ >>88807923

>Local install
GPU: https://rentry.org/voldy | https://github.com/AbdBarho/stable-diffusion-webui-docker
CPU: https://rentry.org/cputard

>AMD GPU Guides
Native: https://rentry.org/sd-nativeisekaitoo
Docker: https://rentry.org/sdamd
Onnx: https://rentry.org/ayymd-stable-diffustion-v1_4-guide

>Cloud Hosted Install
Colab: https://colab.research.google.com/drive/1kw3egmSn-KgWsikYvOMjJkVDsPLjEMzl
Paperspace: https://rentry.org/865dy


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Having lots of fun with This
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>install GPU version
>yes have gpu with 2gb+ Vram and 16+ ram
>do first prompt
>50 steps
>Output is just black image
What am I doing wrong?
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>>88813862
do you have a 16xx card? need the half precision fix
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>>88813994
Yeah 1650, i'll try the fix
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>>88810744
they cable managed everything

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Now, with the coming of AMD's Genoa, it is time for another noatime reminder. Put
noatime
in your fstab entries for better performance.
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>>88809479
cute tux
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is that time of the day again?
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>>88811803
Yes!
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Happy happy friends
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