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Redpill me here.

For a gaming/main PC, which one would you pick? (I have used Linux before so dont worry about Arch being there)

>Windows 10 Home
>WIndows 10 LTSC (MAS)
>Arch Linux
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>>88806863
Out of those 3, Windows 10 Home. You will run into problems with LTSC. And Linux is a joke for gaming. You may be able to use all these hacks and workarounds to get it working superficialy as a gaming machine, but it's only a matter of time before you run into problem after problem after probem. In the end you will give up and switch back to Windows and you could have saved yourself all that time and hassle by just going with Windows in the first place.

Beter than Home would be Education or Pro, but yeah out of those 3, Home.

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>>88807380
>is retard-proof
sounds like a challenge to me, ive crashed casio calculators, there is nothing i cant out retard
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Where are these anons complaining about ltsc having issues with games coming from? I've played many on my machine including minecraft and other microsoft games like grounded & sea of thieves but have never ran into any issues.
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>>88806863
Windows 10 LTSC 2021 for gaming only. Compatability shouldn't be an issue in comparison to Home, as Windows 10 is on it's last feature update anyways, in both versions.
For everything else you do on your Main, use Arch Linux, because it's much more performant than Windows in so many ways.
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>>88813316
idk either, the only programs that have issues with older LTSC versions are Microsoft IDEs

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permissive licenses are best licenses for the end user, developer and company.
if you don't recognize what is wrong with luke smith's 'rebutall' of permissive licenses you are an indoctrinated cultist who can't think for himself. gpl is just like an eula, not only making you more of a cuck if you even try to request the code and most of the time YOU have to pay for it hahahahaha but by forcing others to pollute your codebase because muh contribution. linux is a shithole because of the companies destroying it piece by piece, redhat, microsoft etc.
linux is a company driven gpl shithole where anything goes.
some faggots jump the shil to retarded unusable non systemd non * distros that still pull in some binaries from systemd and get cucked even further.
unironically freebsd is the answer. they're never going to implement retarded feature #38292 wayland. it's a community. and you can take their code and do whatever you want.
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>>88814746
Do you think that Linux and Busybox are widespread because of a loophole in the GPLv2? Linux was already successful before appliances with embedded operating system existed. GCC and the GNU utilities are also widespread and they are released under the GPLv3.
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>>88814871
>Do you think that Linux and Busybox are widespread because of a loophole in the GPLv2?
Yes.
>This new license provision was acknowledged by TiVo in its April 2007 SEC filing: "we may be unable to incorporate future enhancements to the GNU/Linux operating system into our software, which could adversely affect our business".
Torvalds and the Busybox developers also thought version 3 would be harmful to their interests.
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>>88814974
>>Do you think that Linux and Busybox are widespread because of a loophole in the GPLv2?
>Yes.
That goes against the historical evidence.

>>88814974
>>This new license provision was acknowledged by TiVo in its April 2007 SEC filing: "we may be unable to incorporate future enhancements to the GNU/Linux operating system into our software, which could adversely affect our business".
Fuck them. If they don't like the license, they should write their own software.
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>>88815007
The historical evidence is that Torvalds and the Busybox developers rejected version 3 for a reason, anon.

>If they don't like the license, they should write their own software.
Good thing they don't have to. ˙͜ >˙
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>>88811763
FPBP
/thread

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Are e-readers worth it when tablets exist for much lower cost?
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>>88813608
might be worth getting the original clara hd instead since the internal storage is an sd card so you can swap it out for whatever size storage you want, clara 2e might be swappable though I cant find any pictures of an open one
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>>88813977
apparently it's the same in the 2e, but the waterproofing might make swapping more annoying?
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would love an A4 one, for textbooks... but FUCK ME THEY'RE EXPENSIVE.
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>>88814081
that is the battery? seems they are a bit more complicated to replace than kindle
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>>88813786
Another thing you have to consider is how you load it with manga. If you normally buy them from Kobo then it won't make a difference but otherwise you have to load transfer them in epub or cbz/cbr format via USB. It may not be a big deal for magazines and tankobon but webmanga chapters are a different matter.

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do you think the professor is expecting me not to handwave T <- S.copy()? It's pseudocode, so it shouldn't matter, right? Googling "Clone a stack without extra space" seems so convoluted, but is that the entire point of the problem?
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>>88811773
>indexing a stack
zoomers are functionally retarded
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you recurse popping the stack adding to a queue, then fill the stack back up, then pop the queue onto the stack until it's empty. This is a recursion question as you get an extra stack with the call stack.
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>>88814730
>s1
>s2 321
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>s1 123
>s2 123
how does s2 change from 321 to 123 between these steps?
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>>88811714
just wanted to thank you again, 'cause i applied your logic to fix question 2 as well, which was totally wrong at first. I like the commenting style of simple cases.
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>>88814962
pop & add

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Previously on /sdg/ >>88807923

>Local install
GPU: https://rentry.org/voldy | https://github.com/AbdBarho/stable-diffusion-webui-docker
CPU: https://rentry.org/cputard

>AMD GPU Guides
Native: https://rentry.org/sd-nativeisekaitoo
Docker: https://rentry.org/sdamd
Onnx: https://rentry.org/ayymd-stable-diffustion-v1_4-guide

>Cloud Hosted Install
Colab: https://colab.research.google.com/drive/1kw3egmSn-KgWsikYvOMjJkVDsPLjEMzl
Paperspace: https://rentry.org/865dy


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Having lots of fun with This
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>install GPU version
>yes have gpu with 2gb+ Vram and 16+ ram
>do first prompt
>50 steps
>Output is just black image
What am I doing wrong?
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>>88813862
do you have a 16xx card? need the half precision fix
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>>88813994
Yeah 1650, i'll try the fix
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>>88810744
they cable managed everything

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Now, with the coming of AMD's Genoa, it is time for another noatime reminder. Put
noatime
in your fstab entries for better performance.
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>>88809479
cute tux
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is that time of the day again?
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>>88811803
Yes!
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Happy happy friends
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how did I do /g/?
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>>88813539
You messed up bad baby, but you can still redeem yourself by making a mess on my face
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>>88813539
found the tranny
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>>88813539
did you seriously decide to repost this shitty joke again? touch grass you fucking loser lmao.
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>>88813539
>SICP Javascript Edition
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>>88814110
What's the joke?

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>install Ubuntu because I was told it just works
>it actually just works
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>>88811972
>>88812090
thanks anons
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>>88812305
why would you leave Windows to install something that mimics Windows
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>>88814356
Windows is shit in a lot of aspects but UI is not one of them
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>>88814356
>Oh so you're an astronaut but you still want oxygen?
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>>88812305
I prefer Lubuntu

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>Upgrade & Build Advice
Post build list or current specs including MONITOR: https://pcpartpicker.com/
Provide specific use cases (e.g. video editing, competitive gaming, streaming etc.) and your country.

>News
Sept 27th for Zen4/AM5 launch, Oct for B650 boards, RDNA3 reveal on Nov 3rd
RTX 4080 12GB (AD104) $900, RTX 4080 16GB (AD103) $1100, RTX 4090 (AD102) $1600
RTX 4090 release on Oct 12th

>CPUs
HTPC(4K60)/Web Browsing: i3 10105
Budget Gaming: i3 12100/F
Gaming: R5 5600/X. i5 12400/F
Multicore: R9 5900X/5950X, i7 12700F/12900F
Best Gaming: R7 5800X3D

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>>88814912
Oy vey delete this
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>>88814371
>>88814399
The screw holes are the same as on AM4, but not all coolers will be compatible. AM5 integrates the rear of the CPU socket with the backplate, and that backplate is not compatible with AM4 backplates. Coolers that can screw into the stock backplate will be compatible, anything else will either need new screws or a replacement AM5 backplate. EKWB have promised to do AM5 backplates, but they're the only ones I know of. You need to check the individual cooler's mounting mechanism before you can know if it'll be compatible. If it screws into the AM4 backplate it will work, if it requires its own backplate it may still work if the screws are the same type as you use to mount a hard drive, if it requires its own backplate and it uses something like M4 screws (which is a lot more common) it won't work.
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>>88814922
>as they'll skip over errors
what
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>>88815202
Nonsense. Normal drives are the ones that will skip over errors.
Standard disk procedure is "assume the user wants the data even with corruption", since odds are it's just one bit or so and that's not going to cause trouble. So they log the error, try to read a few more times to see if it'll come out in the end, and give the data.
NAS and enterprise drives assume you don't want corrupt data since you'll be running a redundant filesystem with checksums etc, and will log an error and not give bad data. They also don't make multiple attempts to read since they assume you're not going to want to wait for that and will be replacing a faulty drive quickly.
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will cloned pcs cause problems down the line if they are connected to the same network? i'm setting up a classroom and i don't want to fuck it up

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https://github.com/TeamNewPipe/NewPipe/releases/tag/v0.24.0
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>>88811643
you already have newpipe legacy for older OSes
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I use this personally.
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>>88811629
I hope it will work now, since 0.23.3 has never worked correctly.
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I wish it provides a Rumble browsing
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>infinite loading
>an error occured, see the notifications
Just another brilliant patch

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>Become software engineer because I like coding
>Years later I don't like it anymore
>"At least you make a lot of money"
>All my friends who do braindead banking, finance or marketing jobs earn more than me

Has anyone ever switched careers away from software engineering to a field where your knowledge of relevant, but allows you to earn more money?
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>>88814251
I'm still a student and currently shifting gears to become a Product Owner instead, and a Scrum Master if that fails.
I'm thinking having a programming background (albeit just a student) will give me an edge when applying to an IT company
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>>88814396
If you can deal with native americans, take a on reservation sysadmin job.
Benefits include no/reduced taxation and drinking on the job.
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>>88814396
For example you wanted to try your hand at the education sector for, say 5 years
At that point it's very possible that you'd like to code again. That gives you options, you could start your own business later down the line for developing software for students (or teachers, or both), or you can apply at higher level universities as an IT educator or even at a managerial trainer position at a software engineering company, or you can even just set up your own software dev tutoring bootcamp course. The possibilities are endless
Another example is fucking off to Japan or Germany for a year or two, working odd jobs until you master the language and working for positions that would require you to deal with language translation at a technological level. Fuck it, you can even go medicine and see whatever medtech hijinks that would bring you. You're free to do whatever you want, just like you were when you turned 20
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>>88814587
You can also keep it simple and just do contract work here and there, set up your own business, and cruise through life easily. Just work for a few guys you know will need your services periodically and you're set for life. It doesn't need to be complicated.
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I pretty much barely work anymore. I'm not making as much as if I job hop but then I'd have more responsibility. I make 100k and do like 3 hours of real work a day if that sometimes. Only person I personally know making more than me is a pharmacist friend but hes literally on his feet for 10 hours a day

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since no (you)'s in /sqt/ im making my own thread for ssms shit

please help
Teacher left us examples with word document step-by-step guide, no problems except one thing. He want us to gather or compile all the scripts into one file that would create a copy database or something.
Pic rel is the file that would do that, theres another pic with the rest of the text .
So I basically copy everything he did. Used all the same text, same names etc.
When he runs this in ssms he changes database name (Viiteavain) to Test and enters SQLCMD. Then presses Execute. So I do that too.

For him there are no errors, no problems. (x rows affected) and such.
For me, a bunch of red text:
>Msg 102, Level 15, State 1, Line 109
>Incorrect syntax near 'Viiteavain'.
>Msg 208, Level 16, State 1, Line 4
>Invalid object name 'dbo.Asiakas'.
>Msg 156, Level 15, State 1, Line 23

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>>88809040
use vscode and sqltools, timmy
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>>88812750
my teacher uses notepad++ so i copy him to hopefully get the exact result

also if im running that in ssms what would vscode do differently
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>>88813586
Vscode would tell you where the errors are, for starters
Notepad++ is obsolete shit.
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I am convinced jannies are posting these shitty homework threads themselves. How is this not obviously falling under the "no tech support" rule?
Fucking faggot.
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>>88814254
it just gives me these incorrect syntax things and says 'path' is not a recognized option.
Incorrect syntax near ':'
Incorrect syntax near 'path'. Expecting '(', or SELECT.

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>be lonely out of touch guy with nothing to do
>start learning programming and make a hobby project
>people laugh at it, ridicule it, and tank it with their hacking skills
>experienced programmies mock your syntax but refuse to help

Ah it's so relaxing to have a hobby.
Does this shit happen to others or just me? Now I'm scared to build anything anymore.
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>>88811066
keep going, fren
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>>88811066
I made a scraper that ripped art off an art site and people tore it apart and laughed about it on IRC.
In the end it turned out the main instigator dude wanted to make one himself but "never got around to it".

Anyway long story short he came out as trans, had 3 suicide attempts and now pretends they were never a horrible person on twitter.
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>>88811123
this op. i know it can be hard sometimes but just try to stay focused on your work. eventually youll learm and be just like them but more based. its a learning curve just like everything else and you will get stuck, but learn to take what you can from those moments and enjoy it. eventually youll do based i promise anon. with motivation you can do anything
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What's the point in showing it to other people? If it's useful then just use it. I have image scrappers, taggers, magisk modules, etc of my own making, and I ain't wasting time posting them online.
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>>88811066
Just tell them "post your work." Like a magic charm, they all scatter like rats.

>manifest v3
>wow it's a fucking nothingburger
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>>88814232
>adguard
wow, its a fucking normie retard thread.

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Is it satisfying to try functional programming in Rust? They have some neat libraries


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