why does this board jerk off hard for linux here? People are actually using linux as their main desktop OS and that seems fucking horrible.
Linux is good for servers but not a good desktop OS, it is super unuser friendly and the only ones who disagree with it are droning hard for that fat bearded guy and have had an autistic interest for coding since they've been 4. Seriously anyone who says "linux is just as easy or even more easy to use than windows" then you are just a delusional shithead, not everyone knows 923890129012 terminal commands you absolutely...
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>Yes Windows sucks also desu but its the only OS were I can install whatever I want and play any game I want without big problems.¨
Who the fuck plays games on their computer... Just buy a console like a normal person, you fucking weirdo
>why does this board jerk off hard for linux here?
Because /g/ was originally comprised of programmers and system administrators. Linux is ideal for server uptime and stability. If you break it you're the retard. The OS doesn't try to do things predicatively.
Starting tomorrow new job as PLC programmer.
The company where i will work want to train me, as i have 0 experience with PLC, and owner is a nice friend. (they use mainly siemens products)
I have a solid background of experience in php, c# and python , how hard will be to learn this language? As i have understand is similar to assemby?
I had a brief experience with Siemens PLC programming and as far as I remember it can be done in various languages. However, nothing is similar to a normal programming language like C or Python, it's all logic based.
I remember that what I used to do was building constructs with logical ports and choosing which signals were taken as input and where to send the various outputs. This triggers various actions on the components connected to the PLC, e.g. robots
Ladder logic is easy to read and understand, but most of the time the programs are total clusterfucks. If you need to use STL, it's pretty much like assembly and every program that uses it is a clusterfuck. Ladder logic isn't like assembly at all, it's mostly just AND and OR gates strung together. More complicated programs use other function blocks, and if you're working on an assembly line sometimes they'll have arrays of bits that get shifted through or some shit like that.
Any Gud? I think im about to pull the trigger. $300 Maple bux
Why most Open Source projects are so poory documented, even when it comes to code.
Holy shit the the Moto /g/ plus has finally been announced.
>5.5 inch 1080p display
>Snapdragon 617 Octa-core processor
This is truly the greatest bang for your buck phone of all time.
The only bad thing tho is it looks like a samshit ripoff but that's not really that bad. I'd much much rather it had the 2nd gen's design but w/e.
Why aren't you using the god of unix systems, SmartOS?
Illumos - pretty good but not fully POSIX
BSD - not fully POSIX
AIX - LOL sysV on the desktop is ded.
HPUX - lol sysV on the desktop
Solaris - only if you have a need for oracle
OS X - Can actually buy it for the desktop it's why you see so much of it in tech shops.
Linux - Was shit it in the 90's and still shit.
I;m genuinely interested in installing Gentoo after reading up a little on it.
Is there anything I should know other than not to install it on my main machine because time sink?
Am I falling for a meme?
Should I install on VM first instead of on actual hardware (even though it isn't my main machine and I could care less about old hardware)?
Am I an idiot?
>Is there anything I should know other than not to install it on my main machine because time sink?
That would be the main thing
>Am I falling for a meme?
>Should I install on VM first instead of on actual hardware (even though it isn't my main machine and I could care less about old hardware)?
>Am I an idiot?
Switching my iPhone 5S for an Android, what does /g suggest? Thinking S7 Edge
Can somebody tell me how to format this fucking drive? I've been searching everywhere, but nothing helps.
>Windows crashes when attempting to access it or open it in the drive manager
>Ubuntu can't format it
>DBAN can't format it
I wanted to use it as a backup, but I found another one to use. Is there anything that can be done with this, or is it bricked?
Coolest electronic feat/item you currently have done/have.
My 1988 RCA Camcorder I use as a webcam.
Thats pretty cool anon, id ask why but I'm pretty sure its something vaporwave related or retro style trap camwhoring.
I made a tennis for two replica on an oscilloscope for a uni presentation, admittedly arduino controlled
Whats up gangsters.
Just ordered parts for my new cheap ass gaming rig.
will start with tower:
Sharkoon REX 8 Value Edition
Intel Core i5 6400 PC1151 6MB cache 2,7GHz
Gigabyte GA-Z170-HD3P (Z170,S1151,ATX,DDR4)
are these still decent board/cpu combos or did I meme myself?
What is the worst Wikipedia article you can find? Worst in terms of article quality, not subject matter.
My pick is this one: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sousveillance
> Lead image literally drawn by a 6-year-old
> Further down the page there is a 50 MB SVG of a photograph
> Article seems to have been created and, until recently, maintained by the same guy who coined the term (look at early history of the page)
How much of a turboautist do you have to be to wear one of those things
What kind of advanced math do you need for programming again?
Post your comments and feels now that you've had that new set up for six months.
>thought I didn't care about noise
>10 fans and three hard drives in the case
>tfw I do care about it
Same, but in my case it's just because I didn't think about cooling so it heats up and roars like a bitch. Entirely my fault.
I usually play music anyway, so whatever.
>six z800 workstation fans whirring under no load and a mini itx I7 build
>3 >27" 1440p monitors emitting shitloads of heat
>summer is coming and we get 40c temps
>ac is a small 1ton unit for a 3x4x3 m room