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If Rust is a leftist language, why is it so centered around ownership? Wouldn't that make it more of an ancap language?
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>>66827255
It's built for people who need a safe language for their safe places.
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Rust comes from the school of thought that a tool should equalize its users' levels of ability rather than differentiating the skilled from the unskilled. That's what makes it leftist.
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>>66827255
It's actually centered on borrowing.

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I guess I will tripfag edition.

--> Quick Questions Quick Replies <--
>Why would I want a NAS/Homeserver?
If you ask why then you don't need it.

>I want a NAS/HTPC/Plex what should I get?
RPi3 or Odroid XU4/HC1. Odroid upper models has USB 3 and USB bus separated from the Ethernet one.

>B-But muh ARM
Then check the onboard x86 like J4105B-ITX, J4205B-ITX or J4205-ITX. All of them have SATA and USB 3.

>What's the best [software] for doing [ask]?
Specify you question and elaborate. If you want help put something from your side.


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Alright, I set up RAIDZ1 on the drives. Having a bitch of a time getting my computer to connect to the SMB share I set up though.
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what do you use to monitor your servers?

I've been looking at some solutions like munin, nagios, netdata, which do you recommend for self hosting stuff?
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>>66827114
Reminder: Use windows to lock down permissions/access rights per share. Freenas gui is only useful for creating generic "everyone" permissions. Also use the gui to create/assign a group "owner" to the share. In Freenas whoever the "owner" is is the Admin for the share. So say you have 5 users. Create each user account in freenas. Create a "group" and assign each member to the group. In share permissions assign that "group" as the owner. Now each user will have Admin rights to the share. Use windows to fine tune those rights
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>>66827579
The NAS doesn't show up under Network in Windows. I get an error if I type in the hostname and the share in the file explorer navigation pane. I have network discovery on. I have NetBIOS over TCP/IP turned on.

What you said mostly flew over my head.
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>>66827703
>>66827579
>>66827114
I decided to try it on my Lubuntu laptop to see if it was working on here and if it was a Windows issue. I was able to connect to it immediately on the Lubuntu computer. Is this because SMB/CIFS V1.0 is enabled on this computer, or because Windows is bugged? I saw a lot of posts about SMB being fucked up on Windows. I also saw that there is some sort of major vulnerability in SMB V1.0 so I didn't enable it on Windows.

I've never used a wireless mouse. Are they better than a wired mouse? I bought a cheap mouse that sucks so bad I have to buy another. But I don't know which one to buy.
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>>66826272
Your father be like:
#/g
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>>66826725
Aye
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>>66823123

get a silent one
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Wireless mice have inherent input lag, thus it's stupid to use wireless mice at all. They're for normalfaggots who take their best buy notebooks into starbucks.
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>>66823123

g900

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What's your torrent client?
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>>66823579
old version of utorrent
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>>66823579
Nice try, RIAA.
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>>66823579
BIGLYBT
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>>66823579
Qbittorrent
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transmission-daemon

Is it worth £160?
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>>66826225
No. Get 960 EVO/PRO
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>>66826225
maybe
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>>66826225
>haven't upgraded a thing in four years because I can't tell the difference
Oh god am I a boomer.
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>>66827594
If you don’t have an ssd, you need one. It will make a difference.
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>500gb
stop being poor

What is the best audio format and why is it Free Lossless Audio Codec?
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>>66821051
>If you decide to just get rid of 22Khz data, you're actually not only affecting the 22Khz range. You're making the lower frequencies less accurate too.
Uh, no.
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>>66819962
>opus

Great android game but horrible sound codec. the thing isn't compatible with anything and its only advantage is having a lower file size
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d'ya know you can DOWNLOAD YOUTUBE AUDIO RIGHT from VLC? online tools CAP the FREQ at a DETRIMANTAL 15kHz... but with VLC, you can RIP the ORIGINAL AUDIO STRAIGHT from the video! lossy? 'course. but it's good for RARE JAMS that you can't find ELSEWHERE, & subsequently EMPLOYING them in TRANSFORMATIVE WORKS, instead of AGONIZING over the theoretical PERFECTION of whichever shitty band's album you ABSOLUTELY MUST archive. VLC unto infinity!
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>>66819949
Lossless is useless. audiophiles are tards.
https://youtu.be/IiZqYnd5g8M
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>>66827769
Tldr

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>year of our lord 2018
>no try and catch
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>>66827453
>Why can't go functions just define what errors they could return
>Doesn't Java define what exceptions things can throw? That seems sensible.
Yes, but only for checked exceptions, so that things don't have to check for every single corner case - they can just let the exception bubble up the call stack.
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>>66827360
Fact
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I am feeling old, I don't know any of those new languages. The most modern language I use is Python.
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>>66827941
You don't know Erlang, Go, Dart, Rust, Lisp, or Java?

Where have you been?
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>>66827941
I thought Java was older than Python.
I have heard of those languages, but I never used them (except java)

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>>66827793
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>>66827968
why do they love these so much?
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>>66827805
this is out of context. He’s talking about plan 9, which is based.
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>>66827793
Photo frames make good wall/shelf clocks, but only the ones that have calendar mode with no fucking distracting low-res photos taking up useful area.

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There has never been a business in any industry at any era with so much vague pricing and hidden billing items like AWS. You pay 5x than expected because of 2 meters long irrelevant items you didn't even sign up for. Everything is intentionally kept vague to let you take the bait and only realize when it's too late.


No wonder Bezos is the richest man in the world (and soon of all time), this guy outjewed the jews. What a scumbag.
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>>66827831
>And it all feeds the CIA data center
source?

don't bother reply, because you have none.
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>>66827739
>>66827737
it's permission per IAM user/group? okay sorry then, I thought it's something else
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>>66827847
don't need one other than the business deal Bezos made with them, if you think for an instant that they wouldn't do that they please with AWS, you're either hilariously naive or shilling for them
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>>66827875
but CIA and any other 3 letter agency can already access this data through the PRISM program, so it's redundant.

Facebook also uses the billions of photos in Instagram to train/do whatever the fuck
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>>66827973
Ok? Doesn't justify using their services
Find a better alternative that isn't going to rape you in costs and potential spying to boot

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>>66827899
so run bsd or os x dont be a poser faget.
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>>66826815
it looks pretty good
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>>66827819
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>>66827906
I run freebsd on my servers but use a Linux distro for my day to day
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>>66827977
then get a freebsd sticker for context

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Will node.js replace php? I keep hearing that php should die, but i can't see actual facts against the language (version 7.2) or its frameworks.
So, what does /g/ think? Or is there any actual fact that proves node.js > php.
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>>66827715
>Almost no market.
You have absolutely no idea what you're talking about.
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>>66827786
Could you provide me some links? Both Linkedin and stackoverflow jobs have almost no offer for asp.net devs.
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>>66827508
God I hope not.
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>>66827842
Public sector institutions and government agencies. If you don't have connections already you won't get a job.
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>>66827938
I see your point. The problem is: Most public institutions websites are fucking awful. In my country, at least.

Why the fuck do pajeets all use linux? I wont use this environment if all it consists of are pajeets in fact I will create my own.
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>>66825781
>unix command line
They have no idea what that is.
>yes sir please do the turning of the computer off and on again yes sir thank you
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>>66825551
Actually they almost always use windows unironically like everyone the fuck else.Why is this a question again?
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TempleOS
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Using Linux makes them feel superior to everyone who isn't using Linux.
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>>66827936


I'd just like to interject for moment. What you're refering 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!

would you buy this?

i also found
sync master 2443 bw 24" (dont think its HD tho)
and -- 2243 lnx (also not full hd i think)
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no because i'm not a poorfag
why don't you buy a rope instead and neck yourself OP?
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>>66824320
>sync master 2443 bw 24"
from these three
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>>66824320
If you're trying to have alot of monitors and don't really care too much about quality sure.

Just check for a vesa mount so you can buy 3-4 of them and stuff them in a multi monitor mount.
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we had these at school, absolute garbage

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Real Programmers Edition #2.

Previous thread: >>66810513

What are you working on, /g/?
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I can't for the life of me get fsi to be a recognized command in windows.
I can do
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\F#\10.1\Framework\v4.0\fsi.exe" <command> 


but just fsi gives me an error. How do I even path variable this thing, I feel like I tried like 3 things
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>>66827007
set PATH=%PATH%;"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\F#\10.1\Framework\v4.0"
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set PATH=%PATH%;"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\F#\10.1\Framework\v4.0"

oh my god
I did exactly that but forgot "set"
thanks
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https://nullprogram.com/blog/2018/07/20/
rustcucks btfo
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has anyone made a script to estimate the quality/IQ of 4chan threads

i would be interested to automatically find good threads and not have to wade through shit threads

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Hi /g/

I'd like a bot/script that checks dubs/trips/quads/quints/etc
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>>66826045
Generally just one that frequently checks the most recent post number and extrapolates a rate of increase.
You also have to account for a small rush of extra posts around a major get, and for network speeds
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>>66826045
/g/ is slow enough that you can monitor the most recent posts on the first page and submit your post in time for a get.
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>>66826045
yeah that's basically it
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>>66826045
There was a website made by an anon that monitors the rate of posts per board. I don't remember it exactly but look around.
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>>66826083
this



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