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I still have my code monkey job. I'm waiting.
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>>100549789
NOOOOO
TRUST THE PLAN
AI GOD WILL EMERGE
AUUUGGGGHHHH
WE NOT GONNA GET STUCK ON YAPPING CHATBOTS
WE CAN DO BETTER
AUUUUUGGGGHHHHHHHHH
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but seriously though we should elect an AI president already, that way you 100% know it'll be unbiased and uncorrupt
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>>100549789
go full blast on this shit, develop it to the brim, by any company, even if it destroys the fucking world, LMAO!
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>>100550432
No, because the "AI safety" crowd doesn’t even pretend that they want the average person to be able to use AI in anything but a consumptive fashion, dictated exactly by them
One of the only good things I can say about Sam Altman is that his actions suggests he doesn’t like them either, but he’s a weasel that will bend the knee if it maximizes profit
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>>100549789
>Grug think square wheel for cart better than circle wheel hehe circle wheel look bad therefore bad, circle wheel never get good
>The Internet is a fad
>The spook mobile will never replace the reliable horse
>Planes? Bah such a silly concept it'll never take off the ground reliably
You're really just this eras NPC screaming at the next thing

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are decompilers accurate?

i know nothing about compilers or the sorcery involved fwiw
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>>100544757
They're accurate in the sense that the decompiled code they spit out does the same thing as the binary/assembly you feed into them. Whether it's comprehensible or useful to you is another matter.
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>>100547059
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>>100548584
> the decompiled code they spit out does the same thing as the binary/assembly
I would love to know what magic decompiler you are using, because I am not aware of such tool that is good enough to create correct working code.
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>>100550429
go I would love having a yunyun to hug and make passionate love.
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>>100550773
Ghidra?

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Honest question. How many of you know what a fucking zulipchat is?
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>>100552187
me because NixOS recently moved to zulipchat

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Fucking genius, and masterrace genetics
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this shit stupid as hell mane
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So did that anon recompile the compiler and link us or what?
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the relationship between jonathan blow and david hellman must be awkward as fuck. jon fosters a fanbase of edgy libertarians so he has to constantly deal with comments like picrel on his own videos and act ashamed and condemn things he secretly agrees with. dave hates it but cannot antagonize jon politically because he pays for his latte's and without him hed be living in a cardboard box working for free for noname indies
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>>100550456
>good game designer.
lmao
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>>100547350
Then just put keyboard buttons as trackpad-keys?
And isnt the whole idea with framework that the longevity is created by serviceability and replacement parts?

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>"the internet never forgets"
>8% of the internet get deleted or replaced with corposlop or paywalls each year
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dont worry I downloaded the internet, got it backed up
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>>100551731
>#MeToo
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>>100551655
>corposlop
based anon
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we don't need the live Internet now that we can generate infinite dead ones

get your data off internet archive while it lives

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Which DNS should I use?
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>>100542845
Always ping/tracert the DNS location and go for DNS that doesnt have server in your country/city to be aproached by cop for your browsing history
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Quad9
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>>100548994
it wasn't a joke thread, dead nigger
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>>100542845
8.8.8.8 , 8.8.4.4
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https://www.lifewire.com/free-and-public-dns-servers-2626062

>control d - https://freedns.controld.com/p0

I need a distro with the following characteristics:
>user friendly (so no arch or gentoo)
>stable, few bugs
>easy to install nvidia drivers
>well maintained/not niche
I'm a SWE and I want to tinker with the OS as little as possible. Also good battery life would help.
Is linux up to the task or should I stick with WSL + vscode?
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>>100550496
Kubuntu it is, white man.

OpenSUSE Leap with KDE is just like windows but without the shitty parts, maybe even a better fit for you.
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>>100550496
>user friendly
Yeah
>stable, few bugs
Use the weekly ISO
>easy to install nvidia
sudo pacman -S nvidia
>well maintained/not niche
Rolling release.
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>>100550496
>stable
>friendly
>Linux
Pick one.
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>>100550496
>user friendly (so no arch
past the admittedly easy installer, arch is about as user friendly as it gets. all DEs have an "app store" and the AUR has every piece of software you'd ever need at one command (or better yrt, button in the app store)
>stable, few bugs
arch is rolling but it's definately not "unstable" in the sense you think, it's very rock solid due to having very close to upstream packages and a robust package manager that doesn't force unsafe conflicts (unlike apt)
>easy to install nvidia drivers
arch will ask you in the installer which ones you want if it detects an nvidia card
>well maintained/not niche
arch is as good as it gets for both. the wiki is the single best linux help resource, and the maintainers are uber autists that dedicate all their time to it
>want to tinker with the OS as little as possible.
yup, arch is perfect for you, while it offers great options for tinkering, it's also incredibly well built out of the box.

arch is unironically the perfect fit for someone like you, /g/ hates it only because it's "too easy". just use the archinstall method rather than manual install, it's literally just a series of drop-down menus of what DE and accounts you want, cannot possibly be simpler
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>>100552006
newfag

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Boot computer to logon prompt e.g. GDM
GDM displays on laptop built-in display
Plug USB-C monitor
GDM switches to external monitor
Unplug USB-C monitor
GDM switches to laptop built-in display

As far as I can tell, no Linux can do this. The closest it gets is the user has to configure their GNOME session then copy the monitors.xml from user to system-wide, but this obviously is a static configuration, not dynamic like Windows does it.

I have searched the web for this in the past, but all I could find was open bugs, unanswered forum posts, and workarounds such as the above.

This seems to me like a major usability flaw. I imagine that it would turn off a large number of users, but it is hardly talked about.

Well, /g/?
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>>100549428
Of course GDM will detect and enable the external display when plugged in, as will literally any other DM. What the fuck are you on about?
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>>100550988
>gnometard shill intentionally twists "switches to external display" into "will detect and enable the external display"
You deserve the rope.
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>>100551064
What the fuck do you want it to do? Unconditionally make the most recently attached display the primary one? If you're attaching a projector for a presentation, you clearly wouldn't want it to become the primary display. If you have a desktop with multiple displays that may power on and get detected in random order, do you want a different primary display on every boot? You've put absolutely zero thought into this.
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>>100551123
What is random or unconditional about this? Plug thing, 1, unplug thing, 0. What's so difficult?
I have a laptop I use with an external display on Windows. I can tell windows "hey, this monitor is the primary display as long as it's plugged". If I close the laptop lid I can still make it work. Maybe I don't need the laptop screen to display anything.
Is GNOME unable to work like this? Is this really that complex and unthinkable?
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>>100549933
it works on hdmi but firefox crashes 50% of the time in my experience. Other applications are fine.

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Is there any technology that actually improves peoples lives or is it really just a bunch of gay apps used by women to advertise their big ass for Chad?
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>>100551006
i deleted mine and replaced it with a open sourced one
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>>100551031
Good for you anon, i never changed mine on windows 10 or macOS
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>>100551126
i hope you are having good time with your computer
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>>100550657
>gay
>women show ass to Chad
Pick one.
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>>100550657
God created man so that man could create videogames for him to play.

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were you productive today? how many lines of code did you write? what did you study? also share tips and tricks to become a productive programmer
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>>100539608
i didn't do shit today. i didn't eat any fast food for months and just last week i started again, today i ate fast food twice. i stopped playing video games years ago but i just started coop elden ring with a friend last week. i stopped taking care of my plants last week, i haven't done my dishes in a week, i haven't done laundry in a week, i haven't made progress at work in a week, it's bad
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>>100539608
>share tips and tricks to become a productive programmer
Replacing 75% of carbs with fats and protein in my diet has been extremely helpful for me.
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Looking for software similar to Obsidian, an open format that I can backup and store elsewhere without proprietary shit. Is there a similar program for keeping track of tasks? Like a Jira but with an open format
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>>100539608
How do I relax in non-degenerate non-consumer way so I get productive again?
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>>100540483
and what do you do when you gain a tolerance to it? you can't increase the dose forever.

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我:該死的我希望我有 Apple Vision Pro
母親:我們家有 Apple Vision Pro
Apple Vision Pro 在家裡:
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>>100551599
Chewing gum is made of rubber.
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>>100551599
WTF DID I JUST READ, DISGUSTING
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>>100551611
>Chewing gum is made of rubber.
then?
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>>100550844
>我:該死的我希望我有 Apple Vision Pro
>母親:我們家有 Apple Vision Pro
>Apple Vision Pro 在家裡:
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>>100550844
i dont even speak chinkinese but i can somehow guess what is the translation.

edit: lmao run a quick translate and it is exactly what i thought

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Why won't they put macOS on it? It has to happen eventually.
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>>100550967
yes?
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>>100550971
That's not the Apple way.
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>>100550991
that's what people always say right before Apple does something that doesn't fit their view of how they think Apple is supposed to function
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>>100550967
>apple wants to make a touchscreen macbook
>turns it into an ipad
>"Introducing, the all new, MacBook iPad"
>mfw it's literally just an iPad
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>>100522688
Because it's an upper deck and not a lower deck product. The iPad is enough for anyone working on a cruise ship, except for the nerds in the engine room.

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I haven't been following the discussions or recent drama, but I looked at the Zulip boards and a sizable chunk of the discussion is just about trannies. What gives?
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>yes hello i buy a new laptop or machine every month and need perfect synchronicity between them all
nixos is useless for 99.999999999999999999% of people
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>>100547792
I was using nixos thought it was better then arch as it's nice to decoratively install everything and it's all together unlike using AUR and pacman seperately however everytime i boot it the backups just fillup the root no matter how large my root folder is now 150gb and apparently i don't even space to complete the garbage check. I'm moving to guix as stallman intended.
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Nix project leadership is completely cooked they are treating it like a political party now.
You got to be a special kind of stupid to further invest the time and energy into nix going forward.
This is regardless of whether you agree with their views or not.
It's different from the usual politics nonsense you get at e.g. Rust. The new nixos "leadership" is so focused on political nonsense over anything technical that they even managed to scare of some noteable trannies.
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>>100550895
> Funny thing is that every fork that popped up recently is made by trannies as well
Not even the trannies and furries are able to deal with the amount of oppression olympics going on in the nix project now.
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>>100551576
The trannies and furries that actually write code and contribute*

/aicg/ - A general dedicated to the discussion and development of AI chatbots

sex fox 360 edition

>News
Gemini 1.5 Pro 2mil context, 1.5 Flash, Gemma 2, and more. Coming soon™: https://blog.google/technology/developers/gemini-gemma-developer-updates-may-2024/
NEW multimodal model, GPT-4o (omni), voice features coming soon™: https://openai.com/index/hello-gpt-4o/
Chub merged UI with Venus side (Venus cards still hidden by default). Old UI: https://characterhub.org

additional info: https://rentry.org/aicg_extra_information
lore: https://rentry.org/aicg_chronicles
latest proxies: https://rentry.org/desuproxyreborn

>Bots
https://characterhub.org / https://chub.ai

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like this I guess, I hate jpg so much its unreal
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Some surface blur with zero radius should make it look better desu
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just dont zoom in
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Alright, alright desu
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lol you want to update your aur packages? go ahead and compile them again bro
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How much software do you actually need from the AUR that this would be a problem?
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>>100550184
this. i am very selective from the AUR and for the most part i will download bin's when available and applicable to my machine to avoid compilation for something that takes a while.
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>>100551387
>>100549518
and also to OP, check if there's a bin available for the package you are installing and just use the binary they provide vs compiling it yourself.
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>maintains thousands of irrelevant packages nobody uses
>leaves popular packages like yay, brave, librewolf, anki, ventoy to nobodies in the AUR
why is arch like this
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>>100549518
I wish I could compile official repos packages from source easily rather than using the clunky arch build system
pacman needs a "from source" option


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