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What does /g/ think of 9front's code of conduct?
http://9front.org/coc
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>>68152924
I got a 502 error
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>https://sqlite.org/codeofconduct.html
pretty biased!!!
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>>68152924
According to the wiki, actual Bell Labs people develop 9front.
What exactly are you talking about? Your link doesn't work.
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I don't get it.
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>>68153976
9FRONT CODE OF CONDUCT

Credo in unum Deum,
Patrem omnipoténtem,
Factórem cæli et terræ,
Visibílium ómnium et invisibílium.
Et in unum Dóminum Iesum Christum,
Fílium Dei Unigénitum,
Et ex Patre natum ante ómnia sæcula.
Deum de Deo, lumen de lúmine, Deum verum de Deo vero,
Génitum, non factum, consubstantiálem Patri:
Per quem ómnia facta sunt.
Qui propter nos hómines et propter nostram salútem
Descéndit de cælis.

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How do I become a better programmer?
I've been trying for a year and my friends who have been doing it a bit longer keep making me feel like a brainlet.

I'm a math guy working in the field now, but my programming sucks.
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>>68151882
That's exactly the reason you suck

Stop treating programming like a history book. Stop trying to learn by heart and actually learn to program you fucking autist
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Just memorize. 99% of programmers aren't doing novel development that requires novel mathematical validation. Good practices, APIs, etc. can be all be memorized and when you're at a higher level you'll be expected to be able to recall it from the top of your head. A senior backend developer will at least be expected to recall the Linux environment, REST principles, general architecture principles, etc. at any given moment, you simply have to memorize that stuff. If you're applying for a specific framework job like Spring you might even be expected to know how to configure a project. If you can, you're a good dev. Just memorize
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I got a job just working through some Android "Beginner", "Advanced" and "Experts" Books
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>>68151620
bro, just practice. Lots and lots of practice.
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>>68151620
I find this hard to believe. You must be a terrible mathematician.
Start doing things by explicitly doing them. Shuffle a deck. Do it explicitly. After you realize how tiring that was and noticing a pattern make the process shorter. Change a few parameters. What if you want to shuffle a deck such that X? What if you want to pseudo shuffle? What if you want to shuffle and reorder?

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redpill me on Docker
should I use it?
I dont understand quite what it does, you get like a vm container just for apache and another one for mysql and they both work together?
I'm no Karlie Kloss type of programmer, just a beginner, should I learn this shit?
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>>68153871
There are a few benefits to containers over VMs. One is the dev can control the operating environment. Think of them similar as virtual appliances are in the world of VMs.

Another benefit is better scalability and distribution, easy to build from code compared to VMs, lighter weight, starts faster, etc
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>>68153871
It sandboxes a process within it's own container. It has the benefit of a controlled environment for your software to run it, with the exact parameters you need. That's also it's downfall though. You need to take care of said environment, understand the dependencies and update it too. One system plus 10 docker containers will have you updating 11 instances of openssl for example in case your software needs it.
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If you're doing your own project there's almost no reason to bother with Docker. It's just going to add some overhead and bullshit in the way of just getting shit done. Like anything it's a tool and you shouldn't use it just because every faggot in SF is using it now. Docker will start to make more sense when you start thinking about things like scaling and standardizing your environment configuration.
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>>68153871
No. Use ContainerD and a CNI instead.
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>>68153871
It's not completely useless, but you should probably just use chroot + static linking instead.

Can you make music through smart phone data?
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>>68154009
What’s an sdr?
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>>68154304
I mean how do you acquire one?
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>>68154304
Software Defined Radio. You can see/hear smartphone data getting transmitted with one, and if you record it you can make it into music.
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>>68154314
https://www.rtl-sdr.com/

https://ebay.com/sch/i.html?_sop=15&_odkw=Dvb&_from=R40&_trksid=p2334524.m4084.l1313.TR12.TRC2.A0.H0.XDvb.TRS0&_nkw=RTL2832U
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Mostly just noise. As an exercise: write some dumb stuff in a text file, then use Audacity's import feature to read said file as pcm audio.

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Pick one.
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>>68151737
>Don't install LTSC 2019 by the way, it's shit. 2016 is much better.
Why though? I am tempted because 2019 have some EMET features integrated in such as mandatory and bottom-up ASLR which can mitigate some spectre attacks
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>>68150685
like dicks
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>>68146853
Windows 8.1 industry
It's 8.1 without the bloat apps (except for the store and camera)
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>>68154259
just like you.(Period)
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No

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At what age did you grow out of Linux as a daily driver OS?
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>>68154177
Tramp.
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18 for me too
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It's the other way around for me...
Started working fulltime with Red Hat 6 & 7 based products. Now it has become my daily driver at work instead of being a hobby os for some nas related stuff.
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I switched completely the other day. The only thing holding me back was gaming but with steamplay that isn't a problem any more. I'm excited for the future and have learnt tonnes already about Linux.
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>>68153122
>I hate fun so everyone else must too

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Is prototyping really THAT important?
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>>68153081
you copy something that works - and improve on that.
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>>68153547
or application
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>>68152872
If you're doing something non-trivial then yes.
Aside of what has been already mentioned, the prototype is commonly done in a different language which has its benefits.
A common practice is to hack together a proof of concept/minimal viable product in some quick scripting language (perl, etc.) and get feedback, then make the necessary design changes and reimplement the final product in C++ for performance.
Where correctness is needed (simulators, etc.) it's also common to prototype in a functional language (e.g. Haskell) so you're sure you got the implementation details right.
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>>68152872
Yes.
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>>68152872
Not if you are microsoft; you directly feed the prototype to consumers so that corporations get the completed product. Mostly.

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Sup /g/ - I was wondering if there's any ML memsters who could help me find a tool [if one exists] to solve a problem.

I'm trying to implement DCGAN over a collection of images but my pictures are a fucking mess- no rhyme or reason to the order, no labels, various zooms, various angles. What's more, I likely do not have enough raw images to train my discriminator in a meaningful way without overfitting the training data. So the solution is to bootstrap the dataset.

I'm aware that I can bust out imagemajick in bash and do permutations of pictures: center-crop, rotations, mirror, rescaling- etc to prepare for training, but I was hoping someone knows of a nicer interactive tool.

I basically want to zoom in on a picture and take a subset of pixels- say a square selection box and generate permutations directly from the selection: IE: isolate the pic of a particular bird while disregarding the trees around him in the source image such that I end up with a handful output images: (original zoom, zoom+mirror, zoom+rot90. zoom+rot45) and could mark all of these as one category label "warbler" - such that when my model trains it'll work over bootstrapped data that's been precleaned. Has anyone made a gadget like that? For Linux or Windows- I have access to both.
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Example image?
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>>68153579
Some that would do this- I can hack away in GIMP, but that's select->copy->new image->paste->scale->export->mirror->export again->rotate->export again: i'd like to just select the important part of a picture and dump a permutations of the selection in one stroke.
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>>68153987
manually crop the part of the image that you're interested in.
As for the permutations, that's called data augmentation. Frameworks like keras have functions like the ImageDataGenerator which can be used during runtime to make multiple different copies of the image.
If you're not using keras/tensorflow/whatever you can still mimic their functionality by looking into how you can crop/rotate/zoom an image in python very easily.
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>>68153987
Use an image labelling software to speed up creatinb boudning box.
Then write script to take bounding box and do what anon said >>68154228

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>>68153010
Never saw that.
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>>68141775
I'm using Windows 10, and after reboot, my apps reopened too.
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>>68145451
"Because people don't like obvious liars and shills" would be the frontrunner.
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>>68141872
you need to stop being an NPC. you sound like you need some release.

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So this week I learned that I wast using the full color range of my monitor because the default setting for hdmi monitors on a pc is "limit the color".
What other settings default to something so dumb it shouldn't even be an option?
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>>68154178
Why would a pc assume the hdmi display is a TV?
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>>68154229
Because HDMI is made for TVs.
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>>68154229
It does not assume, OP DOES use a TV:
>>68154098
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>>68153922
Use display port.
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>>68154262
No,I have AOC E2370SH, and that's not the only monitor assumed to be a TV.

You're a child if yours looks different.
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>>68143650
Woman detected
>shit taste
>bringing in social activity
>"clothes"
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>>68142974
My nigga
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>>68142948
>Empty calendar
Get a job you fucking child
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>>68147665
Sauce on the wallpaper?
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>>68154255
http://i.imgur.com/BKAGeth.png

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moar of these, love having all the general info of some tech subject on one poster
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sweet thread!
bump
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>>68153043
>USB A 3.0
>Future
fug
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>>68153061
thats awfully dumb so im guessing it was made by someone here
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Welcome to /fglt/ - Friendly GNU/Linux Thread.

Users of all levels are welcome to ask questions about GNU/Linux and share their experiences.

*** Please be civil, notice the "Friendly" in every Friendly GNU/Linux Thread ***

Before asking for help, please check our list of resources.

If you would like to try out GNU/Linux you can do one of the following:
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1) Use a live image and to boot directly into the GNU/Linux distribution without installing anything.
2) Dual boot the GNU/Linux distribution of your choice along with Windows or macOS.
3) Go balls deep and replace everything with GNU/Linux.

Resources: Please spend at least a minute to check a web search engine with your question.

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guys, i think im retarded. im trying to install nerd-fonts but i cant get x11 to see my fonts. i see the fonts in fc-list, they have a fonts.dir and fonts.scale, ive fc-cache'd, and ive xset +fp'd. but all said and done, i see the fonts in fc-list but not xlsfonts. pls halp
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What's a good audiophile/music production distro?
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>>68153643
gentoo studio if youre antipoettering
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>>68141259
Anyone can help me with this?
I wanted to use VOID Linux, but after installing it just gives me a black screen. So I moved onto devuan which isn't bad but something is off about it. I've used distro chooser and they also recommended qubes, nix and other things(yes, even gentoo) but which is the best OS to you guys that doesn't have things like system d or other such bloat? Also which DE do you guys recommend? Xfce and cinnamon look nice IMO. I first started by using mint on an rpi and now I really quite like Linux.
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How do I make gtk stop doing retarded shit to my web browser when I use dark themes?

How do I get rid of these fucking ads?
Why does adblock not work?

These ads are BIGGER now!!!
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>>68152845
Jlist was alright; nasty gross pictures of people's toenail fungus and dandruff is not.
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>>68152779
install ublock origin
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>>68152917
uninstall adblock first?
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>A thread died for this
See >>>/g/sqt
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Looks like Outbrain ads. uBlock should have gotten rid of them.

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Hey, I'm a Mac™!
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im a leenus
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>>68153083
And I'm a PC™!
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Hey, I'm a Mac™!
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>>68154006
wouldn't that mean player character
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>>68154231
Not, it means personal computer. In this case it refers to IBM compatibles, which is where the name is derived. An IBM compatible today is essentially a Windows PC. GNU/Linux on a machine means it is not a PC.
Only NPCs use Windows.




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