What's your uptime?
Do you frequently reboot your machine? Do you turn it off when you're not using it?
shut down whenever I am away for more than a day
reboot when new kernel
2 days 18hrs 26min on win10
use sleep at night to silence it but only shut down/reboot if i have to for updates or if i won't be around for a while
last shutdown was an all-day power outage, far longer than the 20 mins or so my ups buys me
This thread is about the appreciation of watches, as well as the micro-engineering and materials engineering that is required to make a fine watch.
Required viewing for newbies:
Will automatic doors ever become a thing in homes?
What went wrong?
Yay or Nay
post pros and cons
Arch Hate General.
Share your woes and your pain with arch and its archtistic users
Don't really have any tbqh.
Arch users are the most knowledgeable people on this board and their wiki is undeniably great even for other distros.
what >>54310989 says. While I can't deny that some Arch users are some of the most full of themselves linux users you'll ever talk to, I had an Arch user consult their wiki for a problem I was having on Ubuntu. Turned out to be a problem with mount point syntax that I would have never caught.
Live and let live. If someone wishes to spend their time ricing out their desktop, that's on them.
What does /g/ keep on there RAM disk?
The human hearing range is 20 to 20,000 Hz. As you age this range naturally gets smaller and smaller.
All you need for 'perfect' sound reproduction is a pair of headphones that can produce 20 to 20,000 Hz.
Even $5 headphones routinely outperform this band, like this one (16 to 22,000 Hz):
Other headphone stats like impedance basically don't matter.
TL;DR: For perfect sound reproduction, there is literally no reason to spend more than $5 on headphones.
Theres a whole hell of a lot more to making headphones sound good that frequency. This thread is retarded, and I'm not even arguing against your main point that putting in sounds below 20 or above 20000hz is a waste
/spg/ - Almost May month: edition
>Post what you use atm
>Post what you're planning to get
>Ask questions related to phones/tablets
>Post upcoming releases
>Tell your opinion
>Shill your Xiaomi
>Shit on Samsung
>PRAISE THE CHINKPHONES
Why is it that technological innovation is dying/dead?
There hasn't been any new revolutionary technology since the iphone, and it looks now as if all we're gonna get from here out is gimmicks and other things that just don't work well like VR which is failing. Is there any way to reverse this?
"Join our IRC chatroom" edition - see below
Previously on: >>54273885 (Cross-thread)
Welcome to /fglt/. We are always open to users of all levels, including absolute beginners.
There are four ways to try GNU/Linux, you can:
0) Install a GNU/Linux OS on a VM (Virtual Machine/VirtualBox) for "safety purposes"
1) Use the Live ISO directly without installing anything, that way, you can get a "full GNU/Linux experience".
2) Dual-boot GNU/Linux with Windows/Mac...
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Did not work out.
Now then doing install all over again aaand, after mount /dev/sda4 /mnt/home it says
Mount: mount point /mnt/home does not exist
Then how am I supposed to add home?
How the fuck do programmers in their 30's deal with posture/back pain issues? The ONLY way I can manage to sit comfortably for long periods is in the slouching position (pic related).
Whenever I try to sit up straight and fix my posture, this puts a such strain on my upper back that I can't sit that way for more than an hour without getting tired and needing to lay down...
Anyone studies or has studied Computer Engineering or everybody here is about Computer Science?
Does Apple even try?