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Where did you get your technology related degree, /g/? I got it in CS at CUNY (city university of new york)
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>>78940086
Okay full disclosure I have never even been to New York
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78ovXSSCaL0
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>>78938730
I dropped out of UQ
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>>78938730
i got mine from pedo (pennsylvania educational department organization)
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i went to purdue its one of those state schools in the middle of nowhere but they are highly ranked for cs and engineering
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>>78940413
Chin up anon, purdue is pretty famous I think, I'm from California and I've heard of Purdue

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/mkg/ - Mechanical Keyboards General

>Keyboard recommendation template
https://pastebin.com/n220xk9V (embed)

>Where to buy keyboards
https://pastebin.com/Rqi24W42 (embed)
https://keycapt.com/

>Charts!
https://kiibohd.com

>QMK
https://config.qmk.fm/
https://beta.docs.qmk.fm

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>>78937639
ellipse isn't the best photographer it seems..
C6 looks like the cap on the usb input, idk maybe 0.1uf? it's not big enough especially with a long usb lead which these are shipped with. Its probably a good sign these work at all,
its easy to just stick a larger cap across it.
Id put probably a 2.2uf electrolytic across C6 and maybe .47uf monolithic across the dac (U2) or its nearby filter cap.
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This is my NIB Model M with some leet keycaps I bought from Unicomp.
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Here is my WASD V1 with WYSE kaycaps and a moogle kit.
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>>78940021
Always did like the WYSE keycaps.
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>>78933650
You could try printing a dactyl manuform with some of that wood fiber filament or carving one out of a block of wood.

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Would a proper JIT compilation implementation make this feasible? Even though src packages are based, waiting hours to install a program isn’t.
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>>78940307
Sure if you want to quarter your CPU performance.
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>>78940307
if you want to run Gentoo on a slow machine, you can either use distcc or set up a binhost, where a different machine compiles the packages and your slow machine only needs to install them, like a regular distro.

also it's generally a good idea to outgrow the impulse of wanting to run the very latest git-tip version of absolutely everything.

How do I into x86 assembly?
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it's worthless, compilers are better at it
assembly is only for reading, not writing
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>>78934548
Effort
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>>78934548
nakadashi
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>>78938033
Some workloads can't be effectively optimized. Mainly parallel stuff but still. The AV1 reference encoder's hand-written assembly outperforms the higher level version by a lot. It's more than twice as fast AFAIK. Comes down to register allocation, cache management, etc. Well written assembly will usually outperform compiler results in a program's hot path. Particularly if latency is important.

It's also required in small amounts for osdev, compilers (obviously), threading libraries, etc.
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>>78934548

>182Mb
Is this "bloated as fuck"-tier of memory usage? Is there anything else I can do to lower used memory even further?
>inb4 get rid of lxpanel
...which does not involve that, ofc.
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>>78939483
Comparing a "virtual" resource to a phisical one makes no sense.
You waste nothing by using RAM, since it can be reused over time.
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>>78940022
>I am wasting nothing by purposefully filling my bin because I can empty it
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>>78940190
You are so fucking stupid, go ahead and empty all your RAM since you clearly have no use for it anyway.
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>>78934677
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>>78936968
Yes. This is literally what every operating system (including Linux) has done for decades now.
But no, a pack of stupid NEETs on an anonymous proctology imageboard know better, because smaller numbies in htop givez me mor l33t points.

If you don't Windows, you basically got duped.

https://gs.statcounter.com/os-market-share/desktop/worldwide#monthly-201807-202010
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>>78938885
this bait is too obvious op
>just follow the crowd like good little sheeple
find some better arguments atleast
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>>78939009
>haha baited people into having an argument! I'm so smart!
people love having arguments, retard
it's not bait, it's an excuse
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>>78938885
MacOS 20%
Windows 90%

So, 110%? Reminds me of the election and Biden turnout.
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>>78940315
>install Gentoo
>installing ChromeOS technically meets this requirement

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Received an email telling me that someone from Vietnam signed-in my Opera Account (that i didn't even know i had). Already logged in the account, changed the password and deleted the account (will be fully deleted in 7 days). Also changed the passwords of all accounts that I used on Opera.

Is there anything else i should do? What kind of info could the hacker get from this account?
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>>78937677
Confirned op is mega retard. I open phising emails and put nigger in all fields. I imagine the seethe of indaniggers when they open it thinking that they got someone.
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>>78935564
please change all your passwords OP
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>>78935564
>vietnam
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>>78935975
this. you're a retard, OP
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Op here. Didn't fell for phishing, googled the site and changed the password there. Also used a new password that I never used before.

The problem is i don't know what the Opera account recorded, could be something from my bookmarks to even passwords.

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Brainlet here
So if my goal is to preserve as much privacy as possible, but still browse social media platforms (i know this is pretty much an oxymoron, but bear with me)
Would it be a good idea to use a dedicated phone, and if so would android or ios be preferred?
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what the fuck are you even asking?
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>>78939655
If you're using social media, all your activities are still gonna be stored on your account regardless of the devices you use. If you want to separate things for privacy, create a burner account instead and use it on a dedicated phone.
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>>78939655
Don't use a phone.

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I'm currently using Arch because I like having the latest and greatest but I recently found out about backports on Debian. Apparently it's a way to get newer software on Debian? No idea why I had never heard about this before! Do they work? Or will I just give myself a headache trying to make them work?
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>>78940199
Just use Sid.
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>>78940199
There is a reason why the Debian wiki warns you to not get the shiny new stuff syndrome. That being said, Flatpaks are the best way to get new shit on Debian Stable and flatpaks are based. But you're probably someone who enjoys watching Luke Smith on Jewtube so you wouldn't get it.
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>>78940199
Check ahead of time whether what you want is being backported, not everything is. also backports are a best-effort thing that happens because some maintainer is interested in doing them, so you aren't really guaranteed that your more up-to-date version will stay that way. Also remember that backports are built from packages in testing, so when testing freezes for the next release (which is happening soon btw) backports stop rolling. If some package has problems that prevent it from moving from sid to testing, that'll also stop backport updates.

>>78940348
a lot of shiny new stuff isn't really worth having anyway desu

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>does real time video games
>does desktop applications
>does mobile
>does backend webshit
>will soon do frontend
>best dev tools in the world
There's literally no reason to use any other language, unless you're an EE boomer.
take the c sharp pill.
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https://dotnet.microsoft.com/apps/desktop
>Share an average of 75% of app code across all platforms.
Why would I share only 75% of my code in C#/.NET/Xamarin when I could share 100% of my code by writing in a JVM language?
>doesn't even support Linux
dropped
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>>78916994
And your C# code requires the CLR.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnqAXuLZlaE
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>>78918046
Doesnt even have brackets, worse shoehorned oop, and monty meme syntax made worse by spaces and indentation

I stole an iPhone and now it's blocked.
How can I unlock the iCloud stuff?
t. black man living in Illinois
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>>78938680
Nu-huh mactoddler. What you gonna do about it bitch boy?
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Can't I just reinstall an iOS rom on the phone??
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It'll be a very nice looking paperweight. Or it would, if niggers had any papers to weigh down.
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>>78938580
> 1. Plug into computer
> 2. Try to erase
> 3. Wait for cop to come and choke you out
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>>78938580
Why doesn't /g/ ever answer this question? Isn't there a way to flash a new OS at least?

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well, to start off the first thing I emailed al gore (check algore.com) was "dear al, we'll pick you up at the capitol, we heard your wife left you there"

flash forward after I sent trillions of emails on science and math

then one day before I took my pills, I heard morpheus over my left speaker. he asked "are you the one?" and I flat out said no because who the hell is this talking over my speaker

after about a minute of dialog, well, I own m0rph1ne.com

the scary thing is I was prescribed atarax (an anti anxiety pill) and when I took it, just that one time, I felt the matrix, it was like looking down the barrel of a gun

the bottle is gone now however, I have yet to fill in another rx
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>>78940284
install TempleOS

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Just switched to a pixel 4a from an iphone x I can now watch webms and im excited!
here is a webm to celebrate
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>>78940131
Congrats lad, here's a windows batch script on how to make high quality webms

for %%f IN (*.mp4, *.mkv) do (
ffmpeg -i "%%f" -pass 1 -y -vf scale=-1:720 -c:v libvpx -lag-in-frames 25 -auto-alt-ref 1 -b:v 400k -deadline best -cpu-used 0 -an -f webm nul
ffmpeg -i "%%f" -pass 2 -y -vf scale=-1:720 -c:v libvpx -lag-in-frames 25 -auto-alt-ref 1 -b:v 400K -deadline best -cpu-used 0 -an "%%~nf_out.webm"
)


Use avidemux if you want to do hardcoded subtitles or anything else you're too afraid to do on the CLI. VP8 gets a pretty bad rap for not being able to perform good bitrate distribution or b-frames but you can have both of those with 2 pass.

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why does /g/ shill linux for free?

Please go on and tell us how linux is "great" and how macOS "sucks"". I hope you linux shills type this response in a terminal-based web browser and have no less than 500mb RAM used on your 32 GB RAM thinkbad, otherwise you're a "noob" and should just install "oobuntoo". Who the fuck names their business-backed OS some shitty word nobody even knows how to pronounce. Oh right, those linux people have no taste, nor any sense. Every linux project undertaken fails, gets rebuked by same linux populace, or provides no actual advantage over macOS. Just capitulate already. Your shitty OS is literally a knock off of real UNIX aka macOS. Literally a parasite, that clings on the popularity of macOS because it has no personality, like the users of loonix.

List of lies told by loonix users include
>muh security (you don't have much in your bank account, you don't need it)
>muh privacy (you should stop hiding and come out of the closet)
>muh stability (go fix your life for stability, instead of your OS)
>muh customisation (you should get money so you can customize things in real life, like your appearance)
>muh free (if your time is worthless)
>muh cool factor (grow up)
>muh typing is faster than using a mouse (for loonix, since loonix users have no taste to design a good GUI, also linux can't do shit so yeah, why need a mouse)
>muh GIMP (ok bro, write Gimp on your resume and get dat chedda)
>muh freedom (you have less of it by restricting your choices in hardware, software, peripherals, and the rest of it just to please Stallman)
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>>78939302
penguins are dum
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>>78939970
how dare u
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>>78939302
the real question is why do you shill mac os
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>>78939555
dilate

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How long till digital-to-olfactory smell technology is a thing?

Don't you want to KNOW the smell, not just imagine it? Artists could attach their own personally crafted interpretation of what it would smell like, be it realistic or with a creative flair, adding another dimension to their work.
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>>78939781
>>78939182, was this entire thread just an excuse for you to post drawings of girls pooping on the wrong board
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>>78939676
That's a pretty cute pose, ngl.
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That'd have to be some neuralink-level spookery, since there would have to be some sort of database of signals sent to the brain when a molecule interacts with your olfactory sensors.
Then it would just be a matter of stimulating your smelling center in different ways depending on the simulated smell desired, via brain chip (or an extracranial stimulation method using magnetism)
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Google smell-o-vision




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