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MIDI is the best protocol.

MIDI thread
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>>76703710
Not that old a synth, and wouldn't help. I have a small Korg MIDI keyboard (marketed for laptop production), but the only actual output is a USB cable, and I want to interface it with my soundcanvas which needs a MIDI In
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>>76703787
if you have an audio interface that might have MIDI out on it and you can just arm and monitor a MIDI track to output to your synth
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>>76703778
There is a good argument that OSC is better for software, with the infinite range of different "address-style" messages it sends you can make use of anything with a simple enough config file or bit of shim code.

But that is a weakness with separate hardware, as it will not necessarily know what to do with messages from devices it hasn't been designed for.

At least with the limited selection of MIDI events, you have a known list to respond to.

And with MIDI 2.0, the archaic trap of 7-bit control space is gone >>76703751 - at least it will in the next generation of hardware, and will remain compatible with MIDI 1.0 devices.
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>>76703903
>But that is a weakness with separate hardware, as it will not necessarily know what to do with messages from devices it hasn't been designed for.
>At least with the limited selection of MIDI events, you have a known list to respond to.

not necessarily
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'ate CV
'ate OSC
'ate soft synths
luv me FM synths
luv me Renoise
luv me MIDI

Simple as

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Why aren't you encrypting your drives, /g/?
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>>76702956
no
why would it be?
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>>76697000
rent free
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>>76692152
How do I encrypt a linux os run in ram? Like ubuntu or tiny core.
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>>76692152
im not a pedo
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>>76692152
...but i do
im surprised tho that the other retards dont
its basically the reason i dont use debian
i literally cant get root encryption with swap encryption working
had no problem on arch tho...

Let's say I want to always jump to default case, what do I change ja instruction to?
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>>76702674
seems like it, sadly doesn't work, probably some signing bullshit
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>>76703655
jmp is unconditional jump so if you program failed after this mod you might have other problem like integrity checks (hash verification, signing...)
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>>76703690
it actually works if i attach it to debugger, so that's probably it
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>>76702657
You have to check the value in rax, since its a jump table.
The default case is just 0 so you should change rax to the case you want to jump to.
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>>76703690
It's possible to replace signature with your own, modified program works without lldb now. Domo for help.
https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/64408/can-you-disable-a-code-signature-check

>>76703967
I would like to try this but I don't see pattern when I compare rax registers in hex.

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I want to learn java. I have no prior coding experience. How do I become a master
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>>76704142
Learn C
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>>76704142
you need to code
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>>76704142
Java's pretty hard to fuck up, except the build systems.
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DURGA SIR
Do the needful and watch my YouTube lessons
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>>76704142
Learn from the best.

Homescreen bread
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>>76701561
Brave is for adblock since blockada messes up some of my apps
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>>76695405
r8
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nothing more
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>>76702944
what icon pack?

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https://www.cnbc.com/2019/04/18/nigerian-prince-scams-still-rake-in-over-700000-dollars-a-year.html

>2020
>americans still fall for nigerian prince email scams
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>>76704128
>Tfw could have been rich as a prince just pretending to be a Nigerian prince

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>b-b-but C doesn't need package management we got pkg-config!
Is this the biggest cope of an average cnile
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Literally anything plus windows is a fucking tragedy lol.
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Use vcpkg
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>>76701067
do you know lua? (I know we're not getting away from the meme of needing to know another language just to make your fucking language work)

but you could use premake(5) and do some simple scripting there to auto gen solutions for whatever platform you want, assuming its msvc or make + other supported shit
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Ya I get the author's pain. For better or worse, cmake is basically the best c and c++ build tool out there and it just works for the most part. As long as they define install(), you can even just externalproject_add it and be done without doing shit. At this point I'd rather use literally anything else, but with corp and foss legacy bullshit you're still forced into this nightmare shit.
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>>76703533
When Firefox switches to Blink we're all gonna have a laugh

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Hey guys, are you too used to typing "clear" in the Linux terminal, and accidentally do the same in the Windows Command Prompt?
I know I do, and I like the option to have both "cls" and "clear" like in Powershell while in CMD.
To do this, simply create a "clear.cmd" file somewhere you won't delete it, like in "My Documents", open up the file in a text editor and type in it:
@cls
Now add the directory to your Environment Variable "Path" and you're good to go.
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>>76703093
That's gotta be the dumbest thing I've read all day, congrats.
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>>76702859
no, i never type 'clear' because i know about ctrl+L
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>>76703029
WTF I think i just deleted my home directory, where's the trash can?
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If you ever have to use the terminal, it means the developer has fucked up. A modern, well-designed system should have no command line at all.
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i always do the same with ls

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>firefox tearing and lagging while gaming on linux
even if i force acceleration the whole operating system lags while windows runs smoothly
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>>76703361
then could it be the cpu (both gpu and cpu temperatures are fine)?, this would explain why stuff under gpu acceleration works and why the file manager just lags. on kde neon having a virtual machine running and converting with ffmpeg would stuck them both
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>>76703387
Oh you may be onto something, but I have no experience there. I would assume if it powers the GPU it could power the CPU but perhaps google and see what people who have had underpowered PSUs have noticed with their systems.
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>>76703474
that could actually be, imma search
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>>76703474
apparently if it really was the psu either the cpu or the gpu would drop their usage unexpectedly or the computer would just turn off randomly. it looks like this wouldn't be the case
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>>76703176
nVidia doesn't support wayland

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What the FUCK is its problem?
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>>76700339
Go to bed, David.
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>>76700339
MACTODDLERS BTFO
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>>76702420
baste
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>>76702420
boku no satan
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>>76701917
no you

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>it's it's it's for the environment goy
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>>76703010
>no argument
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>>76690342
Fuck environmentalists for fighting against CRTs and physical copies. They deserve to be publicly executed
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>everyone in these threads post same "itoddlers btfo" images
>nothing will be said when every Android OEM does the exact same thing as Apple in a few months
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How will Android OEMs cope with the 5.4" iphone? Apple will have the 2 best small phones on the market.
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>>76690364
fpbp

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Conceptualize a hypothetical distro here and let others judge it.

Name: Familiarity

Based on Manjaro

Description:
Manjaro based distro that has a long term 2 year supported desktop environment. (GNOME, KDE, Cinnamon, only)

Familiarity is a linux distro based on Manjaro with it's key difference is having a long term supported desktop environment. GNOME, KDE, Cinnamon will stay on a fixed stable version, while the rest of the software on the OS continues to follow Arch's rolling release and the AUR. This will give the user up to date software and a familiar user interface. Other DE's such as mate and xfce have been discluded because they have little history of plugin or theme breaking changes.

The Familiarity team will have to maintain stable releases of cinnamon, gnome and KDE for two years as well as a repo that contains the plugins. Would anyone use this distro, considering it's literally a reverse concept of KDE neon?
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>>76703202
Making the logo as we speak.
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>>76703202
>Conceptualize a hypothetical distro

Imagine a giant penis flying towards your mouth, and there's nothing you can do about it. And you're like "Oh man, I'm gonna have to suck this thing", and you brace yourself to suck this giant penis. But then, at the last moment, it changes trajectory and hits you in the eye. You think to yourself "Well, at least I got that out of the way", but then the giant penis rears back and stabs your eye again, and again, and again. Eventually, this giant penis is penetrating your gray matter, and you begin to lose control of your motor skills. That's when the giant penis slaps you across the cheek, causing you to fall out of your chair. Unable to move and at your most vulnerable, the giant penis finally lodges itself in your anus, where it rests uncomfortably for 4, maybe 5 hours. That's what using this distro is like.
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I'm sad my thread shit the bed.
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>>76703350
Spbp

The Linux Foundation doesn't use Linux as a desktop OS.
How do you cope with this, Linux users?
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>>76664705
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>>76700415
no
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>>76700415
No, macOS is the operating system the linux app runs on.
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>>76664404
i dont because it doesnt matter
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>>76664694
we got too cocky linbros

https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=tx2v0Y9Ci7I

He's fuckin based.
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>>76703834
lurk more newfag
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>>76696408
Guys got a real issue with Jews for some reason
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MENTAL OUTLAW IS BLACK?

MIND FUCKING BLOWN.

HOLY BASED
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>>76703899
Every white man is technically a jew. They just forgot that they used to be one thousands of years ago.
The ones in modernity that you think of from the books are a different kind.
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>>76696408
>based
More like uncle tom pet house nigger.

This guy is definitely right about the virtue signalling and empty gesturing by FAGMAN but his comparison of serfdom and slavery was fucking retarded.

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Its just so damn comfy. Its not gaming that keeps me on Windows, it's C# and Visual Studio, comfy as fuark.
>Telemetary
I own a smart phone and have social media
>Freedom
I have an internet connection and a processor post duo core 2.
Not trolling but I still dont understand why I should use Linux apart from its fun to play with.
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>>76703204
There are approximately 0.2 people on the entire planet who give a shit about running .net on BSD
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>>76703228
Therefore java is clearly better.
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>>76703062
dito
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>>76701995
Well, that's true if you've only programmed for homework. Now, fuck off.

>>76699045
I've been in the same boat for a very long time. Figured I've been working on backend code almost exclusively for a very long time, haven't created a C# GUI app in months and decided I can live without it.
I do still have my Windows partition but I haven't had the need for VS in a very long time. I still kind of hope it will come to linux one day, but I'm not too hopeful.
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>>76700021
>not using spanish punctuation
keep studying crotches, gringo


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