I want to get into writing drivers for linux, I already know some C but how do i write drivers?
Do i need to just find some obscure hardware that doesn't work on linux and try to write a driver for it?
Give me a reason why I should install gentoo? I'm not a windows babby I have used a dozen different distros but never gentoo. I guess you can call me a Linux enthusiast and I'm curious.
>inb4 make your own decisions
I feel bad for amazon..
>they can't even give away their shitty tablets and phones
As adblockers get more popular, the difference between content and ads fade away, and people can't tell the difference anymore.
Shit like this "funny picture" gets millions of views on Reddit every day, and "technology websites written by experts" read by users of this board keep posting paid articles mixed up with legit articles.
And that no autist gorshill will ever be able to block or hide without the kind of AI that will be affordable only after we die.
Need a laptop that can go all day without a charge. Mostly text work and sshing. Has to be able to handle two ssds as I want to keep one for windows because some of the dba stuff I use requires it. But I would like to not put any personal information on a windows 10 hard drive. So dual boot.
Should probably have some good linux support thinking about a thinkpad x260. Supposed to have more then 12 hours of battery life for text work and web shit.
I have a t420 and w520 but even when I play manual on the power management doesnt go over 4 hours.
Jumping ship, enough of this bullshit.
I think I'm ready for Gentoo, anything I need to keep in mind?
I'm primarily a Steam Gamer and am comfortable with having a smaller library, might be interested in A/V applications. Worth noting that I fell for the first generation VR meme and ordered an OSVR HMD.
Previous experience with Arch, Puppy, Ubuntu, Mint, DSL, and a little Debian.
Just bought a Raspberry Pi 3, model b. What should I do with it, /g/?
Does anyone here actually buy components from brick and mortar shops? Is it objectively better or is it just for privacy reasons?
We have a local electronics store here that is typically cheaper than digi-key/mouser when shipping is factored in. I don't know why anyone wouldn't use b&m for that kind of thing, shipping is retarded on a bag of 10 milligram parts.
This is a support thread for Meriken's Tripcode Engine English.
3.0.0 (May 14, 2016)
Add preliminary support for Linux x86_64.
"Meriken's Tripcode Engine English" is a cross-platform application
designed to generate custom/vanity tripcodes at maximum speed.
It is arguably the fastest and most powerful program of its kind.
(This program actually runs faster than the original mty or
MTY_CL on the same hardware!) It makes effecitive use of
available computing power of CPUs and GPUs, and the user
can specify flexible regex patterns for tripcodes. It features highly
optimized, extensively parallelized implementations of bitslice
DES and SHA-1 for OpenCL, AMD GCN, NVIDIA CUDA,
and Intel SSE2/AVX/AVX2.
"Meriken's Tripcode Engine English" is free software, licensed
under GPLv3 and available for free download at the following links:
http://meriken.ygch.net/programming/merikens-tripcode-engine-english/ (Windows Executable)
https://github.com/meriken/merikens-tripcode-engine-v3 (Source Codes)
How is AMD support on Linux these days?
Is there a bigger meme """"language"""" than html?
I have used i3 for a while, but I have seen others use awesome. Any reason for me to switch?
Is he right?
What is /g/ opinion on visual code?
Is it better than vim?
I can't install it without the fucking bloatware, so I choose to remove everything altogether.
Can we call bullshit on this yet?
Aw cute the AMDcuck doesn't believe that cards can run below 70C
Don't worry buddy I'd love to feel nice and toasty in the winter, too bad I can't and I'll evidently freeze to death.
I wonder at what speed the fan was running at. It could be screaming at 100% or quietly at 40%.
It's a cooler designed for much higher TDP cards so it's quite possible it could be running that cool.