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>>101031426
kiss your sister?
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>>101030652
Syzygy. Discord. Alignment. Anarchy.
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opinions?
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>100" 1080i 84hz
>lossless fullscreen
>elden ring dlc about to be released

feels good to be a crt-chad.
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>>101033003
>100 inch
>1080i
lmao at your projected DPI

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What do you store in your home database?
What database are you using for it?
How big is your database?
Are you using an ORM?
What do you use for dumps and restores?
Is it comfy?
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>>101030196
My DB is only around 400 MB with 5 years of data and some math calculations stored away for convenience, but I gave time series DBs a read and they seem interesting for the possibility of built in summarization

I haven't noticed any issue with speed in my DB, I've done pretty big queries over many stocks and it returns in milliseconds.
My tables are all setup to have a symbol_ID+date as the primary keys.
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>>101024737
it's ok, but i prefer gnu recutils desu
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>>101030428
alright, I forgot how fast indexed databases are (O(logn) after all) plus I overguessed the size of your database. I'm personally, for private purposes, keeping a rolling 14 day second by second update of the last, bid, and ask price + volume of the stocks in the S&P, and it has saved a lot of space being stored in a time series database. Annoying thing is that I'm using Prometheus, which has its own rather restricted query language, but it works good enough that I can't be bothered to look at InfluxDB.
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>>101029805
I just scrape the text and republish it somewhere else if the post matches certain criteria.
I am mostly just looking for job posts that are open to non-native speakers, so that foreigners can more easily find those jobs.
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>>101024737
duckdb+vector for images via CLIP then query if I can't find a file that I remember was there. One day in the past I realized that firefox private mode deletes files you download that was quite annoying so now I have a filewatcher that slightly modifies the files as well.

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what's the point of consts? just use a variable and don't change it if you don't want to
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>>101032147
happens only in rust in all other langs you can cast away the const
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>>101027581
there is no point it's completely fucking worthless it would be decent if everything is const by default and you mark mutability like rust
in langs like js it's double fucking worthless because you can still mutate data behind the pointer
if you want to enforce "writting here is a bug" put data in read only page table
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>>101027581
any pics of her itty bitty titty cleavage
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>>101030122
where do you live
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Solo projects? Probably doesn't matter.
Group projects? A job? Matters a lot because people are always lazy, stupid, and uncaring with other people's code.

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I fell for the Thinkpad meme a few years ago and have since daily driven two old Thinkpads with Arch Linux. I’ve found doing this has been a vast improvement over using Windows in many ways but over the past few months I’ve realized that using ten year old laptops is silly, they’re heavy, have terrible battery life, terrible screens, underpowered hardware and everyone rightfully thinks that you are crazy for doing it, so I broke down and bought a macbook, and I figured that since a good chunk of you reading this are free software enthusiasts I thought it would be a good idea for me to explain why I did that instead of buying some Windows laptop and putting Linux on it again.

But first let’s look at why I switched to Linux in the first place. For some reason YouTube started feeding me Luke Smith videos and back then almost all of his content were Linux tutorials. His tutorials are quite good because rather than doing something boring like show you how to install Python then write a Hello World program Luke would take a problem that we might encounter in our time using a computer and show people how to efficiently solve it using the tools a Linux based operating system provided. I switched to Linux because it could do things that I wanted to do, there were other benefits but none of those were the reason that I switched and none were ever a dealbreaker.

Since that time my life has changed quite a bit, and my computer usage and computing needs are among the things that have changed the most. These days all I do on my computer is browse the web, edit text documents in Vim and SSH into the server this website is hosted on. I don’t need Linux to do that, really I don’t even need a laptop to do that, I’m writing this article with a bluetooth keyboard connected to my iPhone, but of course a laptop is better than a phone for all of those things.
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>>101028940
>>he
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>old laptops are le large
Anyone pretending that x230 is not a perfect laptop size needs to kill xirself
>randomly forgets dns
doesn't happen
>can't connect to public wifi
doesn't happen
>can't connect to average printer
obviously retards posting shit bait never had to configure printers on windows and don't know what fucking nightmare it is, cups might in fact work better
>muh games
if it doesn't work on proton/proton-ge it's usually some old porn or literally who game not worth even touching
>crapple doesn't hardware fail
absolutely ebin

when are they going to require a license to use LLM so underage retard niggers like op don't use it to post dogshit bait?
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>>101029604
>He sees ideological Linux users such as stallman as the trannies of the computer world, trying to force their shit upon everyone else.
that's the only correct part in the wall of AI text retard op shat out
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>>101009184
tldr;
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>>101009184
Macbooks are shit.
>>101009490
>implying anyone on here gets pussy

An imageboards list

Hey, a few months back I shared my website that lists imageboards. (https://imageboards.net)

I have since worked on a new website that helps to manage the list and allows admins to easily edit their imageboards. (https://blossom.imageboards.net)

If your imageboard is already on the list, you can claim it by adding a TXT record to your DNS.

Feel free to use it.

Happy to have feedback here or by email.
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Does anybody remember overchan?
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Usecase?
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Now let me filter them by PPM(onth) > 1
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>>101029681
Nah, kys basedteen. Sharty doesn't belong in that list.
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>>101008693
>https://imageboards.net
Why can't I see these as a simple list instead of these giant zoomer thumbnails? I just want name, address and language. It's not very readable at all.

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Bruh are all my friends that use matrix fucking pedos?
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>>101030023
Why does it cost 800k if they are basically just using two open source programs which are free? Hosting some synapse servers isn't that expensive
>>101031364
We had school group projects in 2002 before smartphones and messenger existed, I wonder how we did it
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>>101031638
>Hosting some synapse servers isn't that expensive
it is when it has to go through a 100 layers of german bureaucracy first
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>>101031638
cause synapse is slow as shit
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>>101029892
Anything that don't enforce both strong authentication and non-repudiation is a potential pedo's tool.
Anyone using a potential pedo's tool is a pedo himself, of course.
99% of the internet don't enforce authentication and/or non repudiation yet.
Hence, 99% of Internet users are pedo.
You are a pedo. Whoever read this thread is a pedo too.
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>>101031516
>its for teacher to communicate with their students
Groomer faggot
There's no reason a teacher needs to talk to students outside class hours

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/hug/ - Haiku User Group

In this thread we communicate about the Haiku Operating System' development, porting and usage!

>important links
https://haiku-os.org/
https://discuss.haiku-os.org/
https://www.haiku-os.org/guides/
https://download.haiku-os.org/nightly-images/x86_64/
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>>101033037
cuck license
NIGGER
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>>101033139
Haiku has a bsd license?
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I really like Haiku's window manager.

>>101033165
Cuck license typically means GPL which Haiku is not.

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I installed Neovim, what do I do now?
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install nvchad
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What is the use case of neovim versus gvim
I've seen people hail neovim as the best thing ever, but like, is the difference that apparent or is it something you only care about if it's your job
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>>101028900
welcome to neovim
install extensions
start with a preconfig like lazyvim or nvchad
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>>101029746
lol
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Install a Neovagina

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Is self-hosting a mail server worth the hassle? I'm tired of all the mainstream services requiring phone numbers.
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>>101031503
simple nixos mailserver has served me well the last ~3 years, it does letsencrypt cert and dkim and spam and everything without needing to understand shit, most effort is setting the weird dns records which is explained in excrutiating detail in the docs
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It‘s doable, the quickest I managed to spin one up when feeling lazy is getting a VPS at Hetzner and using docker-mailserver, then you just gotta make sure to at least configure SPF and DKIM, which is basic DNS management so it shouldn’t be hard to set up.
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>>101032396
they don't know how to use a computer.
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>>101032251
Addy.io has these features.
you can enter in your pubkey and email with theirs.
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>>101033096
This could be useful, and I didn't know about it. Thanks anon.

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10 years ago this used to be a nice language but holy fuck they have bloated this language beyond belief. It's worse than C++ now. Do C# fags suffer from some kind of dopamine depletion or something?
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>>101025800
What's so bad about it? I work with C# daily and it's pretty comfy to me. Depends on the use case though. C# shines when I already have a somewhat solid idea of what I need to build and it gives me the tools to do it mostly painlessly in nice, concise and strongly typed way.
Bit different when I have to dive into someone else's garbage legacy code, but that's a language agnostic problem.
When making microservices in azure it's just piss easy using C# and a couple nuget packages to interface with the azure platform in a few lines of code.
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>>101029970
Did it ever compile into .exe?
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>>101031590
When you can't diversify existing roles without collapsing your business so you have to invent new ones.
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>>101032344
Yes, always
If you mean an exe that doesn't require having a runtime installed, that was introduced in 2019
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>>101025800
>still no discriminated unions in C#, after so many years
F# devs had no problem implementing it on .NET

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>mfw fucking brave isnt working anymore


FUCK

HOW FIX NAO?
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>>101031465
>use the white man's browser: firefox
>white man's browser
No such thing at the moment
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>>101031815
>>101031878
>iOS
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>>101031905
not my problem, suffer from your choices
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>>101031905
>willingly enters walled garden
>gets angry at walls
at least yell at them from the outside like the rest of us with brains
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Works on all my machines

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Think Securely Edition

Ask your BSD-related questions here, discuss tips and tricks, share
scripts, and everything in between.

>Mainline distributions
https://www.openbsd.org
https://www.freebsd.org
https://www.netbsd.org
https://www.dragonflybsd.org
>Extra user-friendly
https://www.ghostbsd.org
https://www.midnightbsd.org
>Security-focused, pentesting
https://www.hardenedbsd.org

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>>101030276
the cognitive dissonance of this post is astounding
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>>101030348
Now look at how much the linux foundation pays the kernel devs, and then look at how much they take for their personal srs mutilation. Also what market share, servers? Do you need approval of others for your personal computing, you stupid lintranny?
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hi bros, is a Mac brah welcome here?
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>>101032946
There's no Apple general up right now, so you can stay for the time being.
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it's crazy how much seethe is caused by 1 (ONE) thread about BSD among dozens of Arch, Gentoo, Debian, Fedora, Ubuntu, distro vs distro threads, and generals like /faglet/, web development, homeserver, and programming that only recommend Linux and Linux software.

Linuxfags, after spending years learning to type "pacman -Syu" are now afraid their knowledge will become irrelevant. They've finally accepted systemd and its binary logs (lmao) and now they fear it will all have been for nought.

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I like how Windows >muh games kids and Linux >muh hobby -tists literally have no idea how powerful macOS is and continue the toy meme. They have NO idea how powerful even the default app called "Preview" is. They don't know how to use Finder. They cannot into Spotlight/Alfred. They still cry about Window management instead of installing Rectangle. They never tried Dropover. They don't know how IMMENSELY useful Look Up is.
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>>101030813
Oh, you need to upgrade RAM? That'll be $1,999.99 for a new system.
Their hardware ecosystem treats users like shit, rendering any discussion about software moot.
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>>101031404
Then THEY would look like the faggot.
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>>101032856
>Open a program
>Windows pops up
>Are you sure you want to let this application run in your PC?
By far the most fucking annoying thing in Windows 7.
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>>101032987
Fair point. As the OP of this thread I immediately admit defeat, rendering Macs useless.
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>>101033005
Needing glasses as a kid is bizarre, at young age your vision organ already failed, that's fucked up

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>download Linux because of g
>printer doesn't connect
>WiFi doesn't connect

I really really hate all of you what a stupid idea


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>>101031299
This. Linux was always for big brain people.
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>>101030988
i am so jealous of you damn
at least you don't have to google how to remove a gay flag from search bar!
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>>101030988
Let me guess you installed some highly obscure distro that was recommended by a troll? There is no way you installed a popular distro where both don't just work out of the box the chances for that are practically zero. Send a screenshot of your setup (neofetch) or nobody here will believe you.
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>>101030988
You should never take the advice of "people" on the internet
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>>101030988
1. Run Windows or a Mac, have a generic life, fuck pussy, etc., but be part of a tracking botnet.
2. Run Linux, escape the botnet, get no pussy, spend hours each day dicking around with micro-configurations.
Choose one. Nobody said this was easy, Kyle.

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hope you downloaded what you wanted with yt-dlp because it's fucking over
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>>101029670
Ford was a great man, a true american if there ever was one
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>>101024223
>>101024322
His IP got blocked
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>>101027274
idiot
it goes straight to their github
i'm reading your download history with it right now
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>>101024196
Just redoing the download after a minute works.
>>101024362
>deanonymize yourself
Haha retard.
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>>101027127
it's literally not different in any aspect. they don't care if you stream the video or download it, same bandwidth gets used which is the thing that costs yt money.


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