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Is it worth powering your PC with 240 volts for better power efficiency?
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>>86977867
>Wisconsin electrician
Perfect; any idea what a ballpark on having my house regrounded is? Apparently it isn't anymore
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>>86978157
>sqrt(R^2*P)
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He's using 240V
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>>86978315
You know that it's 15A for a circuit right, an entire room
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>>86983762
>commercial building
I'm sure most purpose-used computing centers do as well.

>>86984060
Not always, as codes and regulations and design limits(cost) change. A 20 amp circuit might run the accessory outlets to 2 or even 3 bedrooms. Not saying it's common or normal, but you should always check what breakers control which rooms/outlets/areas when you move to a new place, and update or totally replace the god knows how old breaker box layout card. Always.

I've seen businesses with 25 year old cards that are both semi-unreadable and outdated to the point of half the described layout being totally wrong. Oops I just reset some control logic for the boiler when I was turning off what was labelled as the ventilation and A/C system, when the boiler and boiler control were clearly written as Breaker 21, not breakers 19 and 17.

People trust this website?
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>>86983556
Gaming mice and gaming monitors are quite good. Gaming laptops are a lot better than they used to be too.
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>>86983595
wtf is a gaming monitor doing a normal monitor doesn't?
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They do great reviews, I don't know what kind of fucking crack you're smoking but you need to quit.
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>>86983629
has high refresh rate
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>>86983629
usually TN
>>86983313
a keyboard for gaming requires different switches and height, especially for fast reactions

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>Wiki
https://dmpdoc.neocities.org/
>Where can I learn about using trackers?
https://resources.openmpt.org/tracker_handbook/handbook.htm
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What's the funniest, most enjoyable monosynth you own/owned?

Bass Station II looks fun, even though it's less capable than a Pulse 2 for example.
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>>86982758
>funniest
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VYtQ9jP73s
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is there a better granular synth than grain scanner yet or nah?
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>>86983122
GranuRise
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>>86983122
>>86983122
Redpill me on granular synthesis and how I can use it pls

Why do Japanese people use old technology?
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>>86983844
>Have you ever looked up pics of Ainu, shit for brains? Just because they live there it doesn't imply they are fucking Asian in race
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>>86983904
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>>86982708
You realize Germany would have betrayed them and put them in camps the minute they won the war right?
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>>86983943
The honorary white designation actually came from Apartheid era South Africa so Japanese would be treated as equals and shit and not offended (costing SA business $$$ obviously).
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>>86983925
A race of gigachads

Yayois are seething

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QRD on the controversy of GPLv3?
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>>86981130
That's not a controversy. Linus is a sellout.
Don't listen to that hack.
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>>86981527
gpl3 is more of a sellout, don't listen to stallman either
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>>86981078
They closed one loophole, but left another wide open (online software as a service).
AGPL for the win, or the Server Side Public License if you really want to make companies seethe.
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>>86981179
saved
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>>86981179
this

What linux distro is best on a shitty laptop im just using for school and a web browser
t. lifelong windows fag
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>>86981219
it doesn't run well with 4GB of RAM. You are quite literally lying to the whole board.
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>>86981219
nope it doesnt.
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>>86981168
Fedora Kinoite
https://kinoite.fedoraproject.org/
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>>86983995
why do they want to take away the package manager from us and force us to the pods
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>>86982347
lol, you are mental. Gentoo on a shitty laptop is a nightmare. You will be compiling for half of the day.

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If I enjoy programming and creating software but deeply despise doing programmer puzzles, like those from all those books (ie "Cracking the Code Interview" and shit like that), is that a clear sign that I should seek another profession?
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>>86983229
Then you haven't practiced enough
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>>86983791
that's the thing isn't it
the only way to be gud is to practice a lot
it's not a very natural thing unless you are one of those peculiar autists that likes algorithms and data structures in themselves and even then it's really only for people that like competitive programming contests
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>>86983807
Have some professional discipline. You'll be doing a lot of boring things in an actual programming job.
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>>86983791
I can't even remember my phone number when I'm in the middle of conversation with people. My brain just needs time to shift gears.
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>>86981603
Engineering jobs are overrated as fuck, at least in Europe. They require you to be highly skilled and solve hard problems, but the pay is dog shit. Meanwhile managers just jerk off all day and get paid multiples. What's holding you back from becoming a manager and actually move up?

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I've got a big security concern I just stumbled on with gmail and I want to know what happened. Here's the deets:

1) I previously linked my gmail to a networking service.
2) I sent that service a direct email today.
3) I got a response that showed up in my inbox for a split second. I read about two lines and it disappeared.
4) I only saw it because it wound up in my Thunderbird inbox. I never saw it in my gmail (phone) and I can't get it to appear again in thunderbird.

So what the fuck just happened? If you link an account like that can they just nuke whatever emails they send you? What do I need to be doing differently?
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nvm I think I deleted the follow up message by mistake when I thought I just deleted 1/2.

So Thunderbird sucks ass. What's a good alternative?
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Macroshaft Sexchange

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def sad(variable1, variable2, variable3, variable4, variable5, variable6, variable7, variable8, variable9, variable10, variable11, variable12, variable13, variable14, variable15, variable16, variable17):
pass

What's your favourite way of avoiding parameter hell?
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>>86982037
pfft amateur
You're supposed to use promises.
function(getVar1(getVar2(getVar3(getVar4(getVar5(getVar6(getVar7(getVar8()))))))))
.then(sad)
.catch(happy)
.final(reallySad)
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>>86973639
>derive from C, which is ironic because you are trash talking the ideas of Dennis Ritchie one of the best if not the best programmer of his time.
Dennis Ritchie did not invent anything that's in C and he wasn't a good programmer. His code sucked for his time or any time. You're definitely on the peak of Mount Stupid.
https://github.com/mortdeus/legacy-cc
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>>86976799
a bit late but thanks for the answer anon
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Just pass an object.
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>>86984040
this

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>no more distrohopping
>no more gnome vs kde bullshit
>no more linux vs ganoo+lunix bullshit

come home white man
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>>86983134
who
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>>86983577
based
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>OpenBSD + WindowMaker/GNUStep
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>>86984020
Doesn't get any better than that
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>>86980067
If you can't operate Linux you settle for toddlerOS.
Simple as.

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Plan 9 really is a brilliant unix derived os
> private namespaces
> everything (really) is a file(system)
> network agnostic protocol for IPC (it's the only protocol every application speak)
> sensible UI, one of the few ui that make a good usage of mouse
> ndb network database
> no socket bullshit
> no ioctl bullshit (process just expose a ctl file to send messages to)
> graphics support in the os
> factotum
> plumbing
> Plan 9 C


yt channel with interesting plan 9 videos https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7qFfPYl0t8Cq7auyblZqxA
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>>86983618
>spending this much time on /g/
ohnoe, its tarded
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>>86983647
>spending this much time on /g/
How much? how do you know how much time I use /g/?
It seems like you are projecting your failures to others
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>>86983375
>DOS at the time of its first use on IBM PCs was more resource-efficient than UNIX, at the cost of being overall shittier.
The irony is that this is the same thing people were saying about UNIX compared to real operating systems.
>UNIX was more resource-efficient than Multics, at the cost of being overall shittier.
>UNIX was more resource-efficient than Lisp machines, at the cost of being overall shittier.

>Microsoft is one of the largest companies in the world.
Microsoft became one of the largest companies in the world thanks to DOS and the PC. It was originally a couple guys selling BASIC interpreters. UNIX was already taking over universities and killing off real operating systems but it sucked too much for regular people to use.
>It has more funding than the Plan9 team could ever dream of.
Plan 9 was funded by Bell Labs which had unlimited money from AT&T plus all the licensing fees from UNIX. They had so much money that UNIX wasn't even important to their profits. Plan 9 was supposed to be the successor to UNIX, so Plan 9 sucks but it has nothing to do with funding.
>That is why you use Windows instead of Plan9.
No, it's because Plan 9 was useless. Macintosh and OS/2 competed with Windows. Nobody would switch from higher end systems like Lisp machines to something running Plan 9. Plan 9 really only competed with UNIX and it was even worse because it didn't have any of the software.
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>>86982713
Bill Gates's mom was a high-level IBM employee who got him basically infinite funding and connections.
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>>86982704
>> no ioctl bullshit (process just expose a ctl file to send messages to)
and how do you read that ctl file without any syscalls?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhTeZj1HSCI

>Sapphire rapid
4 compute tiles connected via emib with CXL (ayyymd will never have this because they've already locked on to their proprietary infinity fabric technology)
It also has much more accelerator than ayymd missing from Millan-x

>Sapphire rapids + HBM
MASSIVE high speed cache (Does memory specific task WAYYYY faster than the newest Millan-X from ayymd despite having much less cache, kinda like comparing gddr4 to a gddr6x memory, just no competition from ayyymd's side)

>Ponte vecchio
MCM on steroids. There are 47 tiles from 5 different lithography. Instantly made No-vidya's newest H100 obsolete

>Artic sound 150W & 75W
media accelerator with av1
also comes with massive VDIs. literally no competition here, no-vidya's alternative charges you extra to unlock their hardware

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>>86980342
This is so fucked up, AMD is literally the bitch of Chinese Lenovo at this point.
No wonder why the shills keep shilling amd so much here even though they're far behind intel at this point.
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>>86979438
stop being antisemitic anon, it'll be done in two more weeks
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>>86979394
The only things that are actually solid are the networking stuff (if not delayed) and the GPGPU stuff if it actually works and is priced extremely aggressively
Everything else is still worse than the competition
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Don't care got a 5600x and 5900x plenty fast for me 2080ti and 6800xt
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>>86979394
>simping for a company which doesn't give a shit about you
wow real original OP.

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There's hope for us /g/!

https://nationalpost.com/news/world/first-commercial-brain-computer-interface-is-entering-human-trials
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>>86983659
but manmade horrors are the only reason either of those conditions exist
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>>86983716
I don't know about Alzheimer's, but cancer always existed. It predates humans, it even predates vertebrates. Almost all complex multi-cellular life has some form of cancer associated with it.
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>>86983673
I feel like this is a deliberate misinterpretation of my opinion. Appendicitis is a rare condition; it is not a part of the human biology to always have appendicitis. It is a deviation from the norm; from the standard.

the argument you are making is similar to the trans argument that you cannot define a woman by her genitalia because hermaphrodites exist, or that you can't define a woman by her reproductive functions because some women are infertile. Neither of these cases define a rule; they are noted deviations from a standard. From a purely logical standpoint, they should not be used to define a rule. Not everything that happens to any subset of human bodies can be used to define what a human body is or does as a set standard.

Some things are obvious: humans are meant to age. humans get thirsty when they don't drink. Humans can't have sex with a guaranteed lack of pregnancy as the outcome. fighting these things that the human body and mind were developed to encounter is a pure social cancer. These things do not just affect the person; they affect the people around them and the way in which the social order is set.
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>>86983795
>Neither of these cases define a rule; they are noted deviations from a standard.
When you have a deviation from the standard, you must conclude that the standard is at least incomplete.

What does it really mean to be human? Why would altering our bodies in a non-natural way deprives us of humanity? And even if it did, why should only humans have rights? Would you suddenly become an advocate of e.g. slavery if we encounter another sentient lifeform in the future?
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>>86983365
>retrograde ejaculation
>"yeah this was just supposed to work that way."

What's the best web server for anime?

Plex is a pain because of naming requirements for seasons not to be broken, not to mention OVAs also throw a wrench into the equation.

Jellyfin? Emby? Plex with certain plug-ins/scripts? Something else?
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>>86982206
Is it a file serving server or media streaming server? If the latter they you may as well subscribe to CR or other streamshit site because clearly you don't care about image quality.
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>>86982027
I put the scanner in the right place and the Hama plug in folder in the right place, nothing has changed. Python is installed.

Any idea why Hama isn't fixing anything?
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>>86982885 (Me)

I had to manually add them to plex, fixed.

This is a test server using some of the anime I expected it to have an easier time with.

Very few OVAs, no series of with over 100 episodes.

Hama is actually worse than the plex defaults for me.
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I used PS3 Media Server since it didn't parse anything, just showed me my own autistically sorted folders. That was years ago though and it's called Universal Media Server now.
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>>86981920
Yes. It's plex. Alternative being network share with VLC app on TV.

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>>86934698
"Arguing that you don't care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don't care about free speech because you have nothing to say."
--Edward Snowden

>Recommended operating systems
Beginner-friendly: Fedora, K/L/Xubuntu, Linux Mint, Manjaro
Privacy focused: Whonix, Tails, Qubes OS

>Recommended mobile operating systems
Android based: GrapheneOS, CalyxOS, LineageOS/DivestOS
Linux based: PureOS, postmarketOS

>Recommended browsers
Chromium based: Brave, Bromite, ungoogled-chromium
Firefox based: Firefox (w/user.js), IceCat, LibreWolf, Mull, Tor Browser

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>>86977749
Are you in Russia or Iran?
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>>86981324
Create a detailed threat model firstly.
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>>86983218
i already said it. TOR is too overkill for me. And i cant post in 4chan using tor obviously
>>86983230
Some 3rd world country shithole
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>>86983485
Is your connection on 4channel encrypted? (HTTPS)
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>>86983485
You can try harder encryption, but not all websites support this
network.dns.echconfig.enabled = true
network.dns.use_https_rr_as_altsvc = true




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