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69920684 No.69920684 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

This is the best GPU on the market, it also beats the RTX 2080ti in performance while having 24GB of VRAM. Is there any reason not to buy this over the RTX 2080ti if you're rich?



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69920680 No.69920680 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

I've been a fucking nerd my whole life and I didnt understand
Tell me one reason not to kms
I'm a virgin nerd!!!
Six figure salary doesnt mean shit if you're a nerd in society



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69920650 No.69920650 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

>download portable version of Opera
>it transfers all my history, bookmarks, logged in accounts from Chrome without my permission
What's your stance on this Opera fags?

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69920677

>>69920650
>using Chinese botnet Opera



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69920612 No.69920612 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Should I trade in my s8 plus for the s10 plus?

>> No.69920637

no



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69920517 No.69920517 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

What's your antivirus of choice?

>> No.69920598

>>69920517
C O M M O N S E N S E

>> No.69920619

uBlock Origin and uMatrix

>> No.69920630

Hyper-V



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69920501 No.69920501 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

You guys got any alternatives to the tor browser?

>> No.69920515

Brave with tor tab is much safer

>> No.69920606

>>69920515
Thanks



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69920423 No.69920423 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-Gen11-GT2-GPU-outperforms-the-Vega-10-and-closes-in-on-the-Vega-11-in-leaked-benchmarks.410615.0.html

OH NO NO NO. And this isn't even the architecture they'll be using for their next generation including the dedicated GPUs. Can AMD do anything well?



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69920390 No.69920390 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

I know you're not supposed to ask for technology help on /g/, but I have no idea what else to do
>On iPhone
>Texting my friends
>Messages not sending
>Restart my phone to get things moving
>Phone turns back on
>It's on the "Hello" screen from when you first get your phone set up
>wtf.jpg
>Enter password
>Phone wants me to connect to WiFi
>Connect, phone tells me that "activation failed"
>Failed because I haven't updated iOS in over a year and I have no storage on my phone
>Plug phone into computer, pop out SIM card, reboot phone again, nothing works
>Call customer support on landline, they tell me that I'll have to have my phone restored to factory conditions
>What why
>They're all vague about it
>Still don't understand why this happened
>Have an appointment at the Apple store later today

I know I'm not supposed to ask for tech support on /g/, but I have no idea what else to do. Has this ever happened to anyone before? I'd really rather not have to get rid of all the stuff on my phone. What's going on here?

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69920429

>iPhone

>> No.69920516

>friends

>> No.69920535

give it back jamal

>> No.69920587

>>69920390
it's iShit, so it has nothing to do with technology anyway.
you did everything you could, go to shit store tomorrow and fuck off.



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69920380 No.69920380 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Ok so I know this is a retarded question, but I'm writing a bash script that sums all the integers from 1 to n with n being the argument of course. My question is, how would I write the expression to test if someone entered an input with a leading +? Like for example, if someone gave the input n = +7. I know that it will interpret it as just 7 but I need to know how to test if it is entered as +7.

>> No.69920412

not gonna do your homework for you, cunt
fuck off

>> No.69920422

>>69920380
case "$input" in
'+'*) whatever ;;
... etc
esac

>> No.69920476

>>69920412
Ok good for you now scram.
>>69920422
Thanks man! I could not find the syntax anywhere.

>> No.69920511

>>69920476
there are limitations of case pattern matching, primarily they are the exact same as globs. in bash, i believe you can use extglobs as well. i'm not sure. quote text if you need it to be literal. '' for non variable expansion, "" for variable expansion in the glob bodies.



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69920336 No.69920336 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

legs edition

Previous-> 69892317

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>> No.69920491

can i tribute this

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69920503

>>69920336
Rates?

>> No.69920513

>>69920503
i want to eat the naildust

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>>69920336
Rearranged my station today to separate hacking and koding station a bit more.
No before/after picture, because i am not gay.
Rate.

PS: Yes, clean up is still necessary. Just created a structure

>> No.69920533

>>69920491
Well if that's what you really want to do anon, I won't stop you~!



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69920312 No.69920312 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

What is the most brainiac language?
I don't mean pointlessly complex just to weed out the normoids, but rather one that lets you do the most with the least working around the language and remembering pitfalls.

So far I figured out which ones aren't braininac, but are often mistakenly considered to be:
>C - lots of writing to achieve anything, low reuse, inadequate type safety
>Haskel - idealist language that makes it hard to actually do anything useful
>Python - types slapped on as an afterthought, has features you shoudn't use, inadequate static analysis
>Lisp - most of the amazing features of Lisp praised by the shills are features that will make your life hell if you use them for non-trivial things

>> No.69920360

unironically Swift
https://github.com/tensorflow/swift/blob/master/docs/WhySwiftForTensorFlow.md

it's a shame the language has no future beyond little niches

>> No.69920495

>>69920312
Rust

>> No.69920676

unironically Scala



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69920270 No.69920270 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Is learning to code a worthwhile endeavor for someone who doesn't have a career in tech?

I'm a 24 year old legal aid and maybe its because I'm on the internet a lot but it seems everyone around me is more tech savvy than I am. I'm not a complete tard I built my desktop and got linux running on my old laptop, but if i wanted to run a game server or create a website I'd have no fucking clue where to begin.

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>> No.69920573

>learning to code

Unless you want to build software, there is no point in learning how to program.

>> No.69920583

>>69920371
This. If nothing else, learn some decent automation to save yourself a shitload of time doing menial tasks.

>> No.69920593

>>69920573
this
Vast majority of people who code don't do it for fun, it's purely for the sake of creating something.

>> No.69920615

>>69920593
this.

Edit: thanks for the gold kind stranger!

>> No.69920626

>>69920270
>Legal Aid

So like, The Secretary?



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69920214 No.69920214 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Old thread: >>69915661

What are you working on, /g/?

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>> No.69920635

>>69920608
Depends. Personally I like
{
if (simple_check())
return early;

// lots and lots of code goes here

return result;
}

>> No.69920644

>>69920608
It doesn't matter.

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69920649

Is there any good structure or patterns I can use for managing data to be written asynchronously to network sockets?

It strikes me that in libraries like ASIO, reading the data from sockets can be kept relatively isolated (i.e. you have a buffer per client), but if you want to queue something to write, you're inevitably going to have to deal with either some global singleton (like malloc or some custom allocator), or some hideous per-client mutex lock...

>> No.69920660

>>69920605
>all his projects are in javascript
*vomits externally*

In any case good for you anon. Hus is nice but the UI looks like shit, i reccomend cleaning it up a bit.

>> No.69920666

>>69920635
>>69920608
Depends on which one you expect to be the most common, if other value is less common there is no point in checking every loop.



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69920182 No.69920182 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

>5.5 years later only 1/4 through SSD life

You lied to me /g/. You said that SSDs don't last as long as HDDs.

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>>69920182
>falling for the ssd meme
>ever

>> No.69920278

>>69920182
>72%
>Good

We knew that SSD's could write well above their rated specs years ago, thetechreport had some good testing of this.

>> No.69920353

>>69920259
>falling for the faster computer meme
>ever

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>>69920353
>ssd = faster computer



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69920099 No.69920099 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

I've been looking for a human-sounding Text-To-Speech, the kind that has "um"s and "uh"s, breathing, all that kind of shit.
Lyrebird does not count, it is a voice cloner (and not a very good one on top of that).
There are some services that provide TTS, but i'm looking for open-source repositoriies so i can develop it myself.

Please no botnet (such as pic related) if possible, i don't want to feed the data to 3rd parties like jewgle.



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69920039 No.69920039 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

aimware or skeet?

>> No.69920150

skeet: virgin trannies

aimware: chad ruskies

both cheats are pretty much same

>> No.69920164

>>69920039
sneed

>> No.69920173

GET GOOD GET LMAOBOX
BEST FREE TF2 HACK



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69919977 No.69919977 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

I've used Mint once before and went back to windows a month a later because it fucking sucks.
But I've recencty gotten fed up with MicroZOG and the way big tech oparates so I' giving linux another shot.

>inb4 Install Gentoo

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>> No.69920096

>>69920066
>tehee so randum XD *holds up spork*
you need to go back to 4chan

>> No.69920140

A Public Shill Announcement: Fedora

Occasionally, fa/g/lords will sperg out about which distro is truly superior—usually Arch due to its "minimalism", Debian due to its "stability", Ubuntu due to its "ease of use", et cetera. All more or less incorrect, of course; Arch's kernel has an allyesconfig which is unnecessary bloat and counterarguments its self-proclaimed DIY nature, Debian's main meme is being ancient as all hell, and Ubuntu's everything generally sucks—from apt and its ways of handling dependencies to the varied degrees of bloat you get upon a fresh install. Yes, that includes Server as well for the most part.

In comparison, Fedora is about as fresh as a distro can get. While there is certainly a good amount of pros in comparison to other distros and by itself, these are only a few that are considered integral to its out-of-the-box, comfortable enterprise experience.
>Just werks out of the box
>Systemd is implemented nicely you it doesn't bother me that much like other distros do
>Same for GNOME because GNOME is tied with systemd
>Same for SELinux which is known for making things don't work. Never had this problem on Fedora.
>It is intended to above-medium users(like sysadmins, programmers, powerusers etc.) and not linux newbies(doesn't mean it is hard to use) so it focuses more on polishing the distro and development tools rather than focusing making it "easier to use".
>The userland is 100% free software which is good, the main repo has strict licensing rules so only free software gets there, which is good, but it still has non-free firmware which is also good because not everyone has a libre computer.
>Packages are compiled with hardening options like position-independend-executable which makes Fedora very secure
>Developers are actually either Redhat developers or profesional/advanced community developers and not careless basement autists or retarded SJW trannies that remove packages just because they have the word "boob" in it.

>> No.69920290

>>69920140
Fedora lookin pretty good desu

Thanks for the helpful advice anon

>> No.69920319

>>69920096
You need to check my dubs.

>> No.69920374

>>69919977
I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you're referring to as Linux, is in fact, GNU/Linux, or as I've recently taken to calling it, GNU plus Linux. Linux is not an operating system unto itself, but rather another free component of a fully functioning GNU system made useful by the GNU corelibs, shell utilities and vital system components comprising a full OS as defined by POSIX.
Many computer users run a modified version of the GNU system every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of GNU which is widely used today is often called Linux, and many of its users are not aware that it is basically the GNU system, developed by the GNU Project.
There really is a Linux, and these people are using it, but it is just a part of the system they use. Linux is the kernel: the program in the system that allocates the machine's resources to the other programs that you run. The kernel is an essential part of an operating system, but useless by itself; it can only function in the context of a complete operating system. Linux is normally used in combination with the GNU operating system: the whole system is basically GNU with Linux added, or GNU/Linux. All the so-called Linux distributions are really distributions of GNU/Linux.



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69919958 No.69919958 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Is there a way to learn C++ without feeling physical pain?

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>> No.69920093

>>69919958
From Mathematics to Generic Programming
Alexander Stepanov

Thank me later anon

>> No.69920146

>>69919958
Don't read Prata's book

>> No.69920303

1) learn Rust
2) convert your knowledge into C++
Whole C++11 and C++17 was really just copying Rust but with terribly awful API.

>> No.69920370

>>69920303
why don't you go back to ribbit to suck steve's CoC?

>> No.69920589

>>69919958

Pooping before you pee.



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69919956 No.69919956 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

If they still existed, would they be Apple?

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>> No.69920221

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyGCYoZ5Nlk

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>>69919956
>Commodore would be Apple if it still existed

>> No.69920254

>>69919956
They still do exist. 8 bit guy makes videos about them all the time.

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>>69920221

The CGI on Babylon 5 was done on an Amiga.

>> No.69920507

>>69919956
No. You're thinking of the Beatles.



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69919945 No.69919945 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Recommend me a somewhat modern netbook with decent Linux hardware compatibility. Was considering a Panasonic Let's Note via White Rabbit Express.
Also, netbook thread.

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>> No.69920200

>>69920001
Have been considering the eeepc, will checkout samsung n*

>> No.69920477

>>69920004
mine has about 6 hours and 30 minutes under windows 10. or 9 hours and 30 minutes under windows 7. never measured under linux.

>> No.69920479

>>69920089
These things tick most of my personal boxes, but I'm thinking the Surface Go might be better for my personal use for the larger keyboard and tablet functionality. I think my ideal netbook would be an 8" 3:2 or 16:9 aspect ratio, that's convertible and powered by a Y-series, somewhere in the $600 ballpark. The TopJoy Falcon 8 is dammmn close, but let down by its processor.

Or i could take the risk with that Chewie one.

>> No.69920497

>>69920479
Not familiar with the TopJoy, gonna check that out.

>> No.69920655

>>69920089
These are far more expensive though
>>69919971
If I wanted to lug a big thing with shit battery around I'd use my sparcbook



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