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fellas how true is this?
I feel most places fucking hate over done/formatted resumes such as the one on the left
Why can't IT resumes just be formatted txt files from np++
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>>69883825
Not him, but how do you "learn" assembly? I had to do some projects on an Arduino at uni, the chip had something like 250-ish instructions and 99% of the effort was searching through the 200-page manual to figure out what instructions would work for what you're doing, and checking references of what all the registers and shit do.
Doesn't x86 have a couple thousand instructions or something? Does "learning assembly" mean that you're expected to memorize a large enough subset of those so as to be able to only check the reference manual for more esoteric tasks? Because that sounds completely useless unless you're actually going to be directly applying that memorised knowledge in your job. Or does being comfortable with writing problems without the syntax sugar of high level languages count as "learning"? Because that sounds trivial. Might as well "learn" brainfuck or something.
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>>69884881
And now you know why C exists.
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>>69884915
Of course, but why are people still advocating for learning assembly, not out of necessity, but as a learning experience?
Unless the idea is for them to come to the same conclusion as me, but then the advice should rather be to "experience assembly", not learn one.
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>>69884478
anon, this is genius
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How did the left one fuck up the bullet points? That sticks out like a sore thumb.

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Gaming an linux meme was a huge mistake .
Normies are now pulling everything we hate about windows to linux because of it.
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>>69878354
based and redpilled.
More marketshare and interest because of vidya compatibility = more companies willing to put the effort in to support the platform
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>>69878389
>>69881391
How does this make sense in this context though? apt literally does nothing different than rpm or pacman or anything else. They're just tools to install packages, remove them, update them, upgrade them, and, well, manage them. What useful "choice" is made possible by having many different standards that all do the exact same shit but require the maintenance of several different types of packages? Why are there "Debian packages" "Fedora packages" "CentOS packages" "Ubuntu packages" "OpenSUSE packages"? This does not provide any functionality of benefit to the user. It just adds more work and takes more maintenance time that could be better spent elsewhere if we had just "Linux packages"
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>>69884832
If one particular software has fundamental issues, a bug, or security flaws you can change what you use.
Unlike proprietary where the bug affects everything ever.

Fragmentation is a meme, it's a strength to have a bug always effect a minority of users and to just allow them to walk around this kind of dysfunction.

If I didn't have the ability to say "wow fuck apt I'll use dnf now." I wouldn't use gnu/linux at all.

Oh no: Literally one gentoo user who uses bumblebee accidentally got a version of a single package that wipes /usr on a very particular date, oh the humanity!

Oh fuck: Microsoft pushes half baked updates and paves the user folders of 100's of thousands of users unintentionally because all the software is exactly the same.
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Canincal will force everyone to use snapd and end all distros. In the end, to set the dominance, they'll behead Stallman and rebrand Ubuntu into Linux, the only linux distro available.
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I play quake champions occasionally. Fun game. Works great on my Debian box, too. Wish it was unreal 2004 but I'll settle.

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In /csg/, we discuss the cheap shit you see on AliExpress, Banggood, eBay, Gearbest, Taobao and similar sites.

>Chink Shit Randomiser
http://chinkshit.xyz/random/

>Chink Shit Wiki
https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Chink_shit_general

>Chink Shit Infographic
http://chinkshit.xyz/infographic.pdf

>News
• "It hurt my store" >>69853688
• "Dear friend" >>69860565
• "Please understand" >>69862659

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>>69883250
I am still on the fence about getting a 64GB shark card.
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Does this seem good?
https://m.aliexpress.com/item/32853727430.html
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>>69884541
Seems ok. Depends on the OS and software
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>>69884541
You could buy something far better for that price, don't do it, buy a pocophone f1 instead or the new xiaomi mi 9.
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>>69884541
You will damage the screen pretty quickly by the look of it. Also foldable phones are coming and will be a far better choice. Just get a pocophone like >>69884953 suggested.

Here's your new Gmail app, brah
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>gmail takes 13 seconds to open before i can do anything
>k9 takes 1 or 2

imagne using the gmail application
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>>69884271
we wanted darker, not brighter. fucking hell google.
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compact view master race reporting in
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>>69884271
>using gmail
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>>69885543
relax, now you got (((promotions)))

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I own a Victrola 8-in-1 nostalgic entertainment system (Got it for Christmas) and when I was testing it and I put a record on the platform, turned it to 33 & 1/3, pushed the "Phono" button and I noticed the audio was very slow compared to other audio from youtube or my CD's of the same song and I need help determining what the problem is and how I can fix it. What do?
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sounds like you were playing a 45 at 33 1/3
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>>69885463
It's a full sized album. I switched it to 45 and 78 also just to make sure but it was way to fast. I have plenty of 45's and I know that not it. Any help?
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>>69885412
it should have controls to change the operating speed

here's a quick guide: https://reverb.com/news/dialing-in-your-turntable-speed

basically the ticks on the side of the turntable should look like one solid line when it's operating at the right speed

if your turntable doesn't have ticks you'll need to buy a calibration disc
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>>69885593
thank you

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what tech do hikikomori use? wtf is all this?
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A lot of it is just there because you can't be bothered to get rid of it. I have a pile for old peripherals.
Normal people sell those or take them to the dump.
This guy is a poser or is communicating to us that he is.
Doesn't even have his mouse tracker on.
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They only use based tech like Core2Duos
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>>69885480
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>>69885513
As I said. A poser.
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>>69885458
Usually outdated shit. Barely surviving means scraping by on whatever you can get, and when you don't work or leave your apartment; you don't know anyone who'd give you things for free, so usually you're buying cheap overpriced garbage.

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>"How you doing?"
>"My computer is just, like, totally on the fritz..."
>opens computer
>"okay...yeah...so"
What do you do?
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>>69884181
>did you try pepsi
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>>69884517
yeah, totally not staged.
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>>69884181
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8-KfCHsccI
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>>69885379
Congratulations anon, you got the point. Here's a prize.
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>>69885379
google Eric Andre anon

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What makes the 1080 TI so great? It's not the top benchmark for GPUs, isn't exceptional for its price over competition, and yet it's installed fucking everywhere. Every normie PC gamer has one of these fucking things.
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>>69884837
>bought a card thats slower than my 1070 with RT cores so weak it cannot even run raytracing which is useless anyway.

later this year when AMD launches the Navi10 for 249$ and it destroys your 2060 I fully expect you to kill yourself.
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>>69884720
If you got it on sale it was basically the best GPU you could get for <$1k for a while. I wouldn't spend more than $500 on one and they regularly retail for twice that now. Also 11gb vram
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Up until the 2080Ti it was the top-tier card that wasn't a Titan and if you kept your eyes open you could get one for $500-$600. It's still probably the best price/performance card for nvidia.
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>>69884720
The price gap between it and all the other lumped together cards (Vegas and 1070Ti/1080) was still low enough to get a lot of buyers that want/need the performance bump for higher res/refresh gaming. It also helps that it was the only card at that performance level until now, and even now it's still the best value proposition for anyone who wants to play new graphically intensive games at a resolution at 1440p+.
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>>69885002
>"Just wait" posturing for AMD again

There is NO INFORMATION about Navi for you to base that on. Why are you so fucking stupid?

Don't use the made up bullshit slides from the Scot either

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www.thiscatdoesnotexist.com

Post cats
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>>69881533
onions
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>>69880680
it will take 10 more years for this to catch on.
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bruh
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>>69881122
very cute here are the kittens of the stray I took in (I found homes for all of them)
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Show them to cats and watch them freak out and have nightmares.

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I seriously don't know what the fuck to do. Would there be a noticeable difference between the two in speed or features? Do yall think the finger print scanner on the back vs front is deal breaker?

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
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>>69884647
I'm still a loser that likes doing things in person desu. That way I can ask stupid questions like how to pay for things and all that.
Which can be done with google and shit, but I'm already there and its easier to get the nerds to explain it to me.

that is, when they're not trying to sell me gaming ethernet cables
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>>69884489
i cant see how personally, but to each their own i guess.
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>>69884673

I just feel like if you are the type of person that wants to black out the top strip to hide it then the strip of screen they left aroudn the back of the hole makes the whole top piece much larger than if they had just done the notch.
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>>69884696
but i'm not, so who cares?
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>>69884715
Yes because others opinions don't matter... Be more of a milinial

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What amount of RAM /g considers optimal now?
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>>69874690
>16gb if you're using your computer to jack off to hentai and shitpost on 4chan with occasional vidya gaming

>32gb if you do music/video production and/or streaming

>64gb if you do video production in 4K like a complete faggot.

/thread
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>>69874690
2^64
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>>69874690
8 unless you're using wincuck then it'll need 16 bare minimum for all those idle processes. Or 32 if you're planning on being an epic gamer, in that case, might as well ask /v/ instead.
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>>69874792
>4gb phone
>8gb lap
>16gb DT
Yep
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>>69874690
> uses the word "optimal"
> takes no assessment of use case
> the absolute state of /g/

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So I have an old Acer Aspire 5315 that has an Intel Celeron M530 1.73Ghz single core CPU in it. I last used it in the Summer of 2015 to remote into my Bitcoin LAN miners since I hardly had a purpose for it anymore. I think WinXP was just starting to become obsolete around then.
It originally came with Windows Vista installed, and I found some drivers to make the wireless card work properly with WinXP.
I used to dualboot WinXP and Linux Mint 4 (Gnome) with it. I haven't used it regularly since ~2009, but I know it still runs great even though the battery can't hold a charge. I took great care of it, upgraded the DDR2 RAM from 1GB to 2GB, and the power cord and connector to the laptop isn't bent or broken, so it should work fine. I played a ton of F.E.A.R. on it back in the day.

I'd hate to have to throw it away or sell it. It still works as good as day one, even though it has an old IDE hard drive in it. It's probably not worth more than $50 on ebay, and the thing is basically spotless.

Is there an OS worth installing to it? I'm thinking Windows is out of the question at this point, so it would have to be some Linux distro that runs very lightweight. Not sure if there's a decent browser that can run on such low specs.

Is there a better CPU to install to this chipset? Is an SSD even possible? Or even a SATA HDD? I think it still has USB 1.0, I might be lucky with a single USB 2.0. Currently digging around trying to find it.
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The BIOS says a Hitachi HTS541680J9SA00 is installed, so it sounds like it is SATA. So I could drop in a slow SSD. I think I have an old one lying around I could use.

>>69884201
Anything else besides Arch Linux? Doesn't have to have a pretty UI or anything. Just as long as I can do basic stuff, open a webbrowser, etc.

What HDD recovery options does Linux have? Before I put a few different OSes on this I want to see what I can recover. I'm also limited to 32bit.
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>>69884234
If you want a nice lightweight preconfigured Debian, Bunsen Labs has you covered. Though your laptop should run Xubuntu 18.04 LTS just fine as well. As for data recovery, I would say to either image the drive first using something like Clonezilla, or if it's failing, use ddrescue.
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>>69884254
I'll try that thanks.
I pulled the HDD and put it into one of those HDD docks connected via USB to my PC. Looks like a fairly fresh install of Windows 7 from early 2014. Locked out of the Desktop.

I'll try running Recuva on the drive to see if I can find any old files from the previous WinXP installation. I doubt I'm going to find much.

I dropped a SSD into the laptop but the BIOS just says "Not Installed" for the HDD Model and Serial.
BIOS is InsydeH20 Rev 3.0. I can't find anything online regarding updating or flashing the BIOS to support a SSD. So I guess I'll have to see if there's anything left on this old drive, wipe it, and try Xubuntu.
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Yeah nothing on the HDD. Boo...

SMART tests all say GOOD with 1700+ days powered on lol. Xubuntu take a little over 5 minutes to boot, but seems to be running fine. Thanks for that recommendation.
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>>69885509
Nicely done! Strange about the boot times, Xubuntu and Windows 10 both took <2 minutes to boot on my Aspire 5050 IIRC. But at least it's ready for a new life.

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I am recently unemployed and I was told I should learn to code.

I don't know if the is a good idea because I suck at math. Should I find something else to do?
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>>69877949
Pick up a trade?
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>>69877949
>I don't know if the is a good idea because I suck at math
You and every other cs major
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Most programming nowadays doesn't require math. Most "programmers" are currently code monkeys that use frameworks that were made for them by other people and languages that are monkey tier complicated.
Just stick to object oriented and run away from C.
In 2 words - you won't like it and it requires more time than brain to be an average programmer currently. If you have no background computer knowledge your chances aren't high though.
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nigga pick up basic mathematics by serge lang, if you have doubts use r/math (or whatever the subleddit for homework is) or fucking /sci/
that should take you one or two months

In the meantime you should go to freecodecamp and complete their curriculum, it doesn't require much math, nothing beyond HS level iirc, if you have doubts check the book or khanacademy/expii
after you're done with FCC you should apply for entry lvl positions.
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>>69880688
>math majors can't even label axes
I'm assuming the x axis is the inverse of the number of job opportunities.

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>2018+1
>still using Windows botnet
explain yourselves, /g/
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>>69883101
Core 2 quad 8200
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>>69883441
It doesn't
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>>69881490
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>>69883506
yes it is
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just werks

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/iemg/ - in ear monitor general

BGVP DM6 edition.

IEM advice request template:
>Your Budget
>Your Location
>Wired/wireless
>Over-ear IEMs/Hanging IEMs/Earbuds
>Sound signature
>Past IEMs
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>>69881969
No. Other companies tune their drivers. They don't let another company do the work for them and claim they have """expertise""". Even chinks tune, look at DUNU or Moondrop. The build quality is shit too.
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>>69881987
no they are just neutral. Sound signature is good but every thing else is terribly average. Noise isolation is good tho but its true of every BA iem.
Etymotic is a full USA thing. even the drivers are burger.
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b r u h
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The spinfit cp100's inner diameter is a bit smaller for the tin t2 (I got it in, but it tends to get removed, and now I've lost it.). Anyone know an alternative or what did you do to fix this? (I regularly switch from foams to this, especially when I need to move and take it out, from time to time)
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>>69878719
>>56 six fucking days for t3s to arrive
BAHAHAHAHAHA
>>69878877
>>t3
>you got memed
THIS. You got triple memed if you own the T2 and bought the T3
>>69881361
> DAP recs?
> I'm looking for something that's inexpensive
Shanling m1 or m0 and if you cant afford them then Zishan DSD or Z3


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