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What the fuck is this shit
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https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/407285-youtubewhy
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>>82684540
Any information that isn't supported by at least a dozen major news outlets is considered "fake news" by default, and those should only be seen by adults capable of critical thinking, so unless you're pushing propaganda, it's age-gated.

I've seen everything from politics to negative Apple products reviews get age-gated. They know people that watch this shit won't abide by YouTube's retarded rules, so they're indirectly deplatforming everything they don't like.
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>>82677822
Well well well...
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>>82684511
Lol
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>>82683399
Sorry europoor, you're gonna have to use odysee or pay for expressVPN. You're gonna have to check the law like I check your digits.

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which one /g/?
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>>82681831
I don't do drugs anymore but these things are cool as fuck
I also had a vapman which is a similar principal and has an induction heater with adjustable temp.
Honestly I miss reading about new vapes more than I miss getting high
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>>82680268
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>>82681831
this , but with orion v2
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>>82681946
where is your battery? MISSING
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>>82680268
Im really satisfied with my mighty. Easy to clean and huge chamber. Havent tried anything else tho

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Literally stop using wallpapers. Looking for a good one is a waste of time. Set your background to solid black and stop worrying.
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>>82682669
based. i started doing it about 6 years ago after i would spend far too much time looking for a wallpaper (sometimes hours) and then changing it a week later. solid colour is kino.
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>>82682669
no, i like to 3d model, and if i make something im proud of i set it as my background, simple as.
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Here's your wallpaper bro
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>>82682915
>female
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>>82682904
based

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What's even the point with bluetooth on a turntable?
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bluetooth speakers?
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>>82683771
I know, but to me it seems like people who buy bluetooth speakers for their turntables only buy them because they have a bluetooth turntable, if that makes sense
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>>82683756
analog is too warm and digital is too cold so when you combine them you get the best of both worlds.
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>>82683814
Quite the opposite actually
I bought a bluetooth turntable because I already had bluetooth speakers.
>why don't you just connect them with wires?
So I can move the speakers from my house to the patio or shed when they're needed.
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I'd imagine not everyone who has records is an audiophile. I like to think it would be used by like some old person with a stack of 45s and a bunch of LPs sitting in their garage. More likely it's dumbass hipsters buying digitally recorded modern albums.

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How does my code look?

Post screenshot of what you're coding.
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>>82678155
>It's programming
It's code janitoring, or "coding" for short.
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>>82684156
its programming
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>>82683800
Use a real language (Haskell)
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>>82684433
use python
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>>82683274
Where did I say visual?

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Lightshot store it's pictures in a stupid way.
All you need are 6 random characters.
Post your findings.
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Script to help you.
echo "prnt.sc/$suff" | xclip -r -selection clipboard
echo "prnt.sc/$suff"
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https://prnt.sc/zreyyt

Bruhhhh
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>>82681753
a newfag
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>>82684566
Can we get people to post this 20 more times please? Thanks.
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>>82681257
i panicked, then i realized it was just for the cloud upload feature which i dont know why you would use anyway
have blocked it with firewall rules just in case
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>>82681882
h-hot

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>Hackintosh
Wiki: https://wiki.osx86project.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page
Forums: https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/

>Ryzentosh
AMD Vanilla OpenCore: https://github.com/AMD-OSX/AMD_Vanilla/
OpenCore 0.6.9 - VMware Workstation 16 - AMD Ryzen: https://github.com/Ken5998/OpenCore-VMware-Workstation-AMD

>New to Mac OS?
Q&A Website: https://apple.stackexchange.com
Download a better terminal: https://iterm2.com
Terminal for beginners: https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/beginners-guide-mac-terminal/
Comprehensive terminal guide: https://swcarpentry.github.io/shell-novice/

>Package Managers

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how to make audio with ALC269VC codec work on opencore
i have it working on clover usnig some fags config but want to make new diy one
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Anons, should I get the 12 now, or wait for the 13 to drop? The 12 wont drop more than like 100, right? Looking to upgrade after 5 years
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>>82683679
Any dedicated apps? I don't like browsing on a browser. Used to sideload TheChan which was already mediocre to begin with
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>>82684077
Invest your savings into some CD and wait the extra two months. That's what I would do.
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>>82684392
There's nothing NSFW about their requests.

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What is the worse text editor?
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>>82684081
What's wrong with it? t.windows user
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>>82684008
Visual studio
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>>82684111
>>82684122
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>>82684008
Vim
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>>82684834
It's not. Underage /v/irgins have infested this board and haven't actually used any OS outside of win10 and android.

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>CUDA is better for academic/professional compute and is the gold standard
>AMD doesn't have dedicated matrix multiplication (tensor cores)
>AMD STILL doesn't have ROCm support on RDNA
>AMD drivers on Windows are proprietary blobs, just like Nvidia, and their FOSS drivers require proprietary firmware, and don't have feature parity
>AMD's hardware encoder and software has significantly worse quality when using constrained bitrates
>AMD, despite having a superior node, has a worse RT implementation
>FSR is spatial upscaling
>AMD drivers are buggy, OpenGL performance is nonexistent
>AMD's "infinity cache" takes up a huge amount of the die, masks memory access latency and fudges fps, their general algorithms aren't up to par
>Linux maintainers gave up trying to reverse engineer Zen because AMD is threatening them for legal actions if they continue
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>>82680542
>These retards still consider KMS support fucking experimental in 2021. Come on now.
Have you ever used that garbage uapi.
The common hotplugging code is full of race conditions and a patchwork of hacks to work around them.
The shoddy 'explicit' synchronization mechanism and the objects it uses are a joke. Every KMS driver just does a CPU side busy wait.
It poorly and inefficiently expresses hardware constraints. Userspace is supposed to blindingly try random combinations of parameters until something sticks, crash otherwise.
It doesn't support enqueuing multiple flips, even if your hardware is capable of that. You're required to return EBUSY if one is already in flight. On the same note all display engine specific features are WONTFIX'd and you're left with the least common denominator of what everyone supports.
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>>82680525
M8 I don't care how shit opengl is as an API, nvidia supports it and AMD doesn't. I play a lot of opengl games. Do you think I'm going to buy AMD?

Fuck no I'm not. These kind of driver problems are exactly why my next purchase is nvidia. I'm done with everything being glitched and bugged the fuck out with poor performance and hitching on this shitty 580
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>>82680525
>dog shit tier api
Fix your shitty drivers, Lisa.
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>>82684548
This.
If you actually do graphical stuff then you know that Nvidia is a great company, miles ahead of AMD.
Them not supporting Linux much is their way of saying that freetards should do better with their interfaces.
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>>82680454
I just want simple GPU acceleration on linux for the occasional game I like to do. Your points don't appeal to me since the driver story on linux is much better for AMD. That being said, I heard that nvidia will offer powerful ARM + nvidia configs then I might buy a laptop like that.

guys I'm ready for gaming on Linux. Because of the nVidia presentation and the comming Steam Deck I want to run my games on Arch Linux. My last time with Linux was Suse 10.1. So I don't know much about Linux.
Can /g/ help me out. Where should I start? What should I install.
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>>82684472
Here u go:

https://www.microsoft.com/software-download/windows10
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>>82684479
haha

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What's the problem with systemd? Why is it so controversial?
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>>82682570
Most of the people hate it because of the memes about it. The only real reason why its bad is because its badly written, has some security issues and tries to be everything at once.
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absolutely nothing. /g/tards are just mad that they'll never get to fuck his cute bussy
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I don't understand why they decided to write yet another init system rather than just adopting launchd. Oh boy now instead of just using integrations that are already written, lets force everyone to account for another one that does the same thing.
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>>82682570
Marketing.
The core of systemd is good, which is parallel, socket based service activation and management. Unit files are nice for less complex stuff as well and can help provide isolation. Eventually you'll probably end up creating a script for more complex apps and call that in the unit file.
Dynamically generated unit files are great as well, like for mount points.
The problem is, that's systemd, it also has a huge number of other projects that are under the "systemd" banner that don't really use anything from systemd, but are there because.
Oh and the contributors are mostly shitheads who like to change defaults "just because bro :^)", bully other projects into changing their code instead of following standards and of course dbus.
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>>82684315
>bully other projects into changing their code instead of followin
Shoot them is what I would do.

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Hello friends from /g/

I've got an interview on Monday and I need a tl;dr on the following subjects

I already know a lot of them, but I'd like to hear what you guys have to say regarding those topics

Java access modifiers

Non-access modifiers

Java types

Methods and encapsulation

Classes from Java API

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>>82684737
Cnile here.
Cute opinion :3
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>>82684755
I pay for your welfare so that you are still alive to have that opinion, report to your local welfare office to lick my boot
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>>82684737
Greetings from java.
Use the most modern library allowed by your java version
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>>82684482
>Java access modifiers
what about package-protected?
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>>82684786
India doesn't pay US taxes Rajahs, that's why we can pay you the crumbs we do to handle trench work nobody here can be bothered with. Now don't you have a browser to shill?

I bought a Raspberry Pi for my autistic cousin's upcoming 12th birthday. He doesn't have many friends and I'm trying to give him a fun creative outlet. He likes gaming and tech, and I think he has attended at least one coding/robotics workshop for special kids.

Only problem is I have no idea how to code, how do I guide him with this /g/?
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He will learn more if you just give him Windows 8.1 or 7 VM with relatively non complex password and tell him to get you the pass.
He will learn about:
Some windows internals
Encryption
Raibow tables
Salts
Hash tables
Virtual machines
How shity is the windows security if you can use google
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>>82682434
he has autism
you don't have to buy him a book
just tell him, somewhere inside the device
you've hidden a secret message for him to find
he'll spend the next 20 years reverse engineering the whole thing and probably invent a warp engine in the process
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>>82682434
Buy him a book with the pi. Ask him subtle questions about his interest in programming. Go from there.
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>>82682434
Is the cousin cute?
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>>82682434
>Anonymous 07/25/21(Sun)11:55:20 No.82682
nice going anon. raspberrypi.org has a lot of great resources for beginners. there's also a lot of material on youtube. I personally learnt my first python code from a raspberry pi book written by carrie anne.

Which one should I get?
power supply?
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>>82683436
dated tech

>>82680864
>whats the practical difference between running it on 12V and 24V?
the output wattage will be halved. The buck converter runs at a maximum current of 3A at whatever input voltage is supplied. When you give it 12V its ~30W, when you give it 24V its ~60W max.

>>82682286
yeah and the ts100 is not overdesigned in the sense that it runs a sufficient microcontroller not an absolutely overpowered one
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>>82680327
Because faggots can't into soldering. They need a fucking computer in soldering iron, as their onions hands can't hold classical long-hot-part iron without shaking, so they need a computer that simulates thermal mass.
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Ersa i-Con Nano
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>>82684373
Metcal.
Ersa is just another resistive station...
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https://paceworldwide.com/ads200-soldering-station-td-200-tip-heater-cartridge-iron

Dont buy LG Gram
Dont use OpenSUSE
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>needs a block of ice on his desk to keep his laptop cool
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>>82684358
imagine not owning a designated laptop cooler ice cube




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