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72381895 No.72381895 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

>CS major
>only 1 of my classes had projects of any real size (Compilers)
>public Github only has small (<100 lines) class projects plus my 3000 line compiler
>private Github has all of my personal projects released under my online name
>don't want to attach my online persona to my real name
>all my professional work is proprietary
so what should i fill my public Github with?

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>> No.72381971

>>72381895
>tfw no qt prosters gf

>> No.72382478

>>72381895
>don't want to attach my online persona to my real name
what kind of smut did you make?
>all my professional work is proprietary
>what is the "experience" section on a resume for?

>> No.72382582

>>72381895
Just copy them over slowly

>> No.72382591

>>72381895
copy and paste all of your small projects into one giant project

>> No.72382604

>>72381895
write some opensource software



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72381868 No.72381868 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

experience with inferno?, if that so, is it good?

my math teacher uses it all the time, but he doesnt tell me why, lol

>> No.72382508

>>72381868
>Inferno is a distributed operating system started at Bell Labs, but is now developed and maintained by Vita Nuova Holdings as free software. Just kidding it is not developed or maintained.

>> No.72382517

>>72381868

So its like temple os but it doesn't have a bible command line tool?

Clever, but op your still going to hell

>> No.72382524

i used to use inferno to have persistent irc sessions (ircfs)



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72381839 No.72381839 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

What’s your “technology hates me” story? Mine is my dorm’s fire alarm going off multiple times a week.

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>> No.72385534

>>72382206
Which makes you a zoomer, faggot.

>> No.72385768

>>72383234
>>72385223
>>72385534
FUCK

>> No.72387826

>>72385196
*mbr
Fuck

>> No.72388149

ESD'd two 512GB 960 Evos a month ago upgrading our personnel laptops. We had moved to a new office and the laminate flooring was brand new. New flooring is known to cause a fuck ton of static.

>> No.72388264

>>72388149
Were the computers also new?



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72381793 No.72381793 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

how did /e/ make a working product before /g/? i thought /g/ was supposed to be the smartest board on 4chan

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72381922

>>72381793

>> No.72382163

>>72381793
>>72381908
Just checked their website, they sell used phones with a custom ROM. That phone is just a mockup to trick people.
https://e.foundation/e-pre-installed-refurbished-smartphones/

>> No.72382245

>>72381793
>/e/
Literally cannot search for the phone. Real fucking geniuses over there, eh?

>> No.72382286

>>72381835
/s4s/ would like to have a word with you

>> No.72382887

They made a whole website for a single XDA custom rom forum post
>bugs? u tell me :)



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72381746 No.72381746 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

CS vs Computer Engineering if my priority is making money

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>> No.72382255

>>72381746
Computer engineering makes you shit tier at two specialties. Major in CS or EE.

>> No.72383147

>>72382255
I'm really glad I'm not the only person with this perspective.
t.computer engineer

>> No.72383174

>>72381979
Cope

>> No.72383199

>>72383147

I'm in IS, how do you think i feel
but at the same time it's more about how much knowledge you seek on your own compared to everyone else.

>> No.72383236

>>72382010
I built my first processor from scratch when I was 5



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72381675 No.72381675 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

It does away with such obsolete hardware implementation as the 3.5mm headphone jack in favor of more cutting edge innovations, including audio zoom, Dex mode and Type USB-C earphones tuned by AKG.

The Galaxy Note 10 Plus also includes a wide angle camera mode and the smoothest incarnation yet of its One UI. With a fresh new design, it is currently the best smartphone money can buy.

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>> No.72389804

>>72389132
Yes ok, but have you considered that:
A) Fast charging is unhealthy as shit for the battery, and
B) Having a wireless charger does not take away your option for using the fast charger if you need to

>> No.72390214

>>72389804
Hate to tell ya bub but wireless charging damages batteries because of excess heat generated

Google it. Plenty of results from proper websites not random fora

>> No.72390275

>>72389804
Also whole I'm at it I'll point out that my OnePlus 7pro uses high ampere charging not high voltage that does not add excess heat to the battery, unlike Qualcomm and Samsung's fast chargers

>> No.72390719

Just bought a 512GiB Note9 coming from a Note 4. I wish I could keep on using my 4, but the internal storage is fucked.
Can't wait until I don't have to betatest under display finger print sensors, having holes in my screen/a slider or drop features every generation.

>> No.72391027

>>72381675
They say:
>Tuned by AKG
I read:
>Exagerrated Bass so it sells better to the normies.



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72381664 No.72381664 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

guys
I have Electrum installed on my Thinkpad but I want to change a system how do I save my bitcoins? do I just move the installation folder to a pendrive and everything will work or do I have to install another Electrum on a pendrive and then send bitcoins to the newl installed one?

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>> No.72382146

>>72381689
Global 3: You will not post racism outside of /b/

>> No.72382149

>>72382126
just make a paper wallet dingus

>> No.72382162

>>72382146
>americans
>a race
Theyre every race, apex muttimus maximus

>> No.72382192

>>72382162
>>>/int/cel

>> No.72382480

>>72381664
I'll be damned. That looks delicious. Goddamn amerimutts win this time.



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72381659 No.72381659 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

What are the chances of microsoft essentially ditching windows and basically create a linux distro with a very good wine built into it in the next years?

I started using WSL recently and it's just amazing how good it is, like, for instance, let's suppose I have a folder with many files (like 8000 files), moving that amount of files using windows explorer it's a pain in the ass, it's dead slow, while doing that with ubuntu installed on windows it's just so seamless. Let alone those unix commands like (sed, grep, it's like some kind of wizardry, you can do everything with it).

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>> No.72382076

>>72382027
Although because it is a VM it cannot communicate directly with the hardware the way it does on a live linux system. Hard drive manipulation software is rendered useless, and windows alternatives to this are cancer tier.
Linux will never be replaced by WSL as much as these silly web script writing retards think it will.

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72382088

>>72382073
>he thinks the best things about linux are openssh-server and lamp stacks

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>>72382073
>>72381709
>NTFS is the future of data retention
>Windows OS + extra vulnerability layers of virtualization are the future of data centre security

>> No.72382178

>>72382073
These should have not been pointed at you, mb
>>72382088
>>72382137

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>>72381953
You need to call down, honey, you are too hysterical, I never said that they were the same thing, I just said Parallels used some code of wine, just that, which is true. Now you can go back to suck dicks.

>Developers from the Wine project revealed over the weekend that SWsoft-owned Parallels was playing hard-to-get when it came to the Wine code built into Parallels Desktop 3.0, the Windows-on-Mac virtualization software released a month ago. Parallels Desktop takes advantage of the Intel base of newer Macs to allow Mac OS X users to run Windows and Mac applications simultaneously.

https://www.computerworld.com/article/2542335/parallels-annoys-open-source-faithful-over-code-release.html



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72381600 No.72381600 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

any toughts?

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>> No.72385211

>>72384943
It was never intended to be adopted anon, it was a fucking research testbed os

>> No.72385239

>>72383458
if whiteness was based on skin tone slavs and irish would be white. that method only works for like italians and greeks

>> No.72385247

>>72385211
so was unix lol

>> No.72385282

>>72381623
Why?

>>72381940
What is wrong with 9front?

>> No.72385864

>>72385282
>Why?
Literally all of its design decisions are based on solving 1980s problems. It's only quality by today's standards is the microkernel.



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72381563 No.72381563 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Technically speaking "chances" are not real, your aren't actually "following the wind" in random number generation.
So, basically, a 100 is predetermined.
What's stopping folks from running a simulation on Unix Epoch to get a 100%?

Why this isn't done? Take game lootboxes, why isn't anyone running a simulation and opening the box at xx:xx?

Most use rand(), and most use x86 architecture

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>> No.72382039

>>72381924
Thanks, i started understanding now... i did not know those type of function existed in a compiler

>> No.72382045

>>72381924
>__builtin_ia32_rdrand32_step(&rnd_int32);
Knowing the step solves a tiny tiny bit of the problem. The real problem is you have no idea how rand is used and what the current step will be when trying to exploit a remote server.

Also, that callback, that's runtime specific isn't it? I'm pretty sure rand() (and its implementation) are extremely lax in requirements so there is no guarantee the target server will have an implementation that is even remotely similar.

>> No.72382103

>>72382045
https://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc/x86-Built-in-Functions.html

Just looked it up. Its a built-in function for GCC. Means nothing unless you know that the target is using the exact same rand implementation. Which is something you cannot assume and I don't think you could easily find out.

>> No.72382107

Good luck guessing the seed and the number of times rand has been called when your request arrives.

>> No.72382230

>>72381563
If it worked like that people would be doing it already.



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72381557 No.72381557 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Did anybody just get a random phone with good specs?
i got a vivo 1819 cause it has 128gb storage 6 gb of ram and 2.1 quad processor.

>> No.72382746

>>72381557
>Buy a Xiaomi Viomi
>Mid-Tier phone for 400$
>High CPU fresh rate
>Resistant screen
>Not gonna heat like Samsung’s piece of shits
>Optimized OS



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72381555 No.72381555 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Rate my recent purchase /g/

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>> No.72384870

Absolutely based.

You probably don't need that many adapters though.

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72384902

>>72381555
About time you got off the botnet. Welcome.

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>>72381555

>> No.72385166
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72385166

>>72381555
>>72384215

>Using his real name on Reddit. Lel.

>> No.72385184

>>72381555
8.5/10



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72381547 No.72381547 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

your wiki is down
not that the link in the wiki works anyway...

Anyway
some guy on here in the archive (https://warosu.org/g/thread/S72359868#p72365197) said that programming isn't hard and you learn by doing and to go though the first 5 problems on https://projecteuler.net/problem=1 but naturally I didn't know where to begin obviously so i looked it up and found
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4RNyzSK4II

But I still don't understand any of it such as what is
>for
>if
>++
>%
>==
>| |
>+=

pic is unrelated it's all I have saved on this computer

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>> No.72382613

Imagine you have
Int bigNumber = 20
>for
for(int i=0; i < bigNumber; I++)
It is a loop that runs until the number i is 19, it won't run for 20. i++ will add 1 to the i.
>if
if (bigNumber > 26)
Will return false
>%
Modulus operator (what remains after a division)
>==
Check if it's equal to
>| |
Logical or ( chicken or beef)
>+=
bigNumber += 6
Will give you
bigNumber = 26

>> No.72382741

>>72382613
not him and i don't even know if what you've said is right or wrong since i'm a shellcuck but seeing people like you warms my heart.

>> No.72383053

>>72381547
You really don't know what the reserve word "for" does?
What languages have you used, because I'm doubtful you've used any.

>> No.72383398

>>72383053
none hence from scratch

>> No.72383421

>>72381547
Sorry bro this is the consumer electronics board, not the programming board.



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72381500 No.72381500 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

ATTENTION: Graphics card prices are excessive by historical standards; therefore, consumers should delay or completely forgo any midrange to high end graphics card purchases. The gouging has two root causes: lack of market competition and shortage/"new normal" pricing during the mining hayday.

>Assemble a part list
https://pcpartpicker.com/
>Example gaming builds and monitor suggestions; click on titles above parts lists to see notes
https://pcpartpicker.com/user/pcbg/saved/
>How to assemble a PC
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69WFt6_dF8g

Want help?
>State budget & CURRENCY
>Post at least some attempt at a parts list
>List your uses, e.g. Gaming, Video Editing, VM Work
>For monitors, include purpose (e.g., photoediting, gaming) and graphics card pairing (if applicable)

CPUs based on current pricing:
>Athlon 200GE - HTPC, web browsing, bare minimum gaming (can be OC'd on most mobos with the right BIOS)
>R3 2200G - Recommended minimum gaming
>R5 2600 - Good gaming CPU with great value
>R5 3600 - Great gaming CPU
>R7 3700X - Overkill gaming CPU
>R7 2700 - Budget video editing
>R9 3900X - Professional tasks

RAM:
>Always choose at least a two stick kit; 2x 8GB is recommended
>CPUs benefit from high speed RAM; 3200CL16 is ideal
>AMD B and X chipsets and Intel Z chipsets support XMP

Graphics cards based on current pricing:
>AAA or multiplatform games: Radeon card appropriate for your montior
>PC centric or VR games: Nvidia card appropriate for your display
>Used RX 570s can be had for a steal; inquire about warranty
1080p 16:9
>RX 570 8GB - good performance with great value
>GTX 1660 - standard

General:
>PLAN YOUR BUILD AROUND YOUR MONITOR IF GAMING
>Don't bother buying a new monitor for gaming unless it's high refresh with adaptive sync
>A 250GB or larger SSD is almost mandatory; consider m.2 form factor
>Bottleneck checkers are worthless

Previous: >>72376855

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WTF 4 Channel

Looks to me like the 5700 XT barely beats out the 2060 super and only if it’s Vulcan.

>> No.72386988

>>72386980
>>72386980
>>72386980
>>72386980

>> No.72386999

>>72386984
>inb4 this actually gets serious and passionate responses
Go walk wrist first into a box cutter

>> No.72387871

>>72386984
yeah, funny enough the 5700xt performs worse on very few games than a 2060 super
however
it also performs better than a 2080 super on a few games
and
it's like 50:50 peforming slightly better or slightly worse than a 2070 super on most games

based from experience, with updated drivers, it should consistently perform at least on the level of a 2070 super

ultimately it's a different card with different hardware and logic, which means some things just work better and some things worse

>> No.72388821

>>72382900
>>72383410
Am I supposed to run the 3600 and 16gb on ram on an invisible motherboard?

I have an i7 2600k on a z97, so I can't use the existing mobo.



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72381449 No.72381449 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

i have linux installed on my craptop but as soon as im able to afford a decent pc im getting windows and playing games niggers.

>> No.72381484

>>72381449
>as soon as i get $800 i'm going to become unproductive again
ok fag



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72381384 No.72381384 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

fuck x86 assembly

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>> No.72381550

>>72381384
FASM is the best

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>> No.72381583

Indeed, fuck CISCtoddlers

>> No.72381595

>>72381553
Holy shit, there is so much potential for stupid Assembly memes just because of its semantics.

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Oh yes, Assembly is the most memable programming language.



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72381375 No.72381375 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Phone cases are an accessibility option for the disabled. If you have a phone case and are not disabled, you're just a clumsy fuck and should git gud. There is almost no excuse for an able bodied person to use a phone case (almost being, for example, construction workers, who can expect a phone to get beat to shit in the course of their job).

Are you a construction worker?
Are you disabled?
No? No?
Take that fucking case off you stupid nigger.

>> No.72381386

I don't want the surface to get scratched duh.

>> No.72381395

>>72381386
so stop scratching it, modern phones use extremely durable glass that you have to be an actual fucking retard to damage
>hurr durr I keep my phone and keys in the same pocket
PANTS HAVE FOUR POCKETS

>> No.72381934

>>72381375
>>72381395
Just kys or have sex. You clearly never do anything besides commute to your office job and back.



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72381364 No.72381364 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Why don't you have an air gapped laptop?
Free from all packets and devices.

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>> No.72381708

>>72381402
How much

>> No.72381726

>>72381708
Tree fiddy

>> No.72382231

>OP doesn't realize there's communication happening through the AC adapter and the power lines
>they know who you are, where you are, and it's far too late now, Steve

>> No.72382239

>>72381364
i don't have a purpose for clutter gadgets

>> No.72382274

>>72382231
>he doesn't have two identical laptops so he can charge batteries in one and then swap them into the airgrapped duplicate so it's never connected to the power line botnet



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72381340 No.72381340 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

I'm not a gamerfag anymore, but I still have one of these. What fun things can I do with it that isn't playing vidya?

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>> No.72386525

sony did release linux for the ps2 so i guess you can try that

>> No.72388562

>>72383013
there was this one guy who hosted a public ftp file drop, image board and gopher server on his ps3. ican't find the link, though.

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72388594

>>72383013
>>72388562
ayyyy found it -> http://gopher.su/

>> No.72389038

Iwas given a mgs2 edition and there was also a demo disc that had something on it called yabasic, it was a basic interpeter and I could write small programs and run then, at the time I didnt have a pc and never seen any programming code, so for me it was like an introduction to programming.

>> No.72390839

>>72382908
>Fat ps2 modded can play ps2 games better then a PS3 can
Nope.
The scaling is shitty that's all.



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72381311 No.72381311 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

>arranging your digital life around being
maximally "productive"
good goy

>> No.72381352

>digital life
Imagine being this much of a shut-in

>> No.72381390

>>72381352
>implying normies don't exist in their digital lives these days
you seem to be the shut in,

>> No.72381501

>>72381390
Well you can imply anything you want, difference is: us normal well adjusted people use our "digital life" to connect with and elevate the "real life" while you use it to disconnect and escape from the "real life".

>> No.72381546

>>72381311
You have failed simply by being on this site



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