>be me, 19yo compfag wanting to look coolz on the internets
>guyses over here tell me how arch is kewl, bleeding edge, and lightweight
>but remember, I'm a young fag who doesn't wanna do efforts
>I try manjaro
>25 min in there, shit's using more than a GB ram to survive, and crash in front of me
ITT: tell me manjaro ain't a ballsack
manjaro a shit
but your RAM problem is caused by KDE
go for a lighter DE (MATE, Xfce, etc)
also, prefer /sqt/ and /flt/ for these issues.
cinnamon be bootyful
I didn't ask for help, just stating how bad it is.
And my "problem" isn't that much related to ram usage (I can live with it damn..)
It's that Plasma fucking crashed less than half an hour after fresh install. How's this supposed to be any viable!?
I have a college project where I need to program an Arduino in C.
There is no chance I will overcome this assignment. Before I drop out over this I'd like to try to pay someone to program this assignment for me.
Where do I find Arduino developers online? Money is not an issue.
Any /g/entleman know a program that allows for a hotkey to toogle hidden files/folders on w10?
>tfw you fell for the CS degree meme
I was looking at graduate programs that focus on machine learning. You are better of majoring in math if you want to be successful in them.
>math requirements for a cs degree
calc 1, 2, and 3
>required courses to do any real work in machine learning
a rigorous course in probability
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Math major CS minor atm. Start doing your own projects. improve yourself beyond "required classes"
My stepmother (mid-sixties) recently sent me an email with the subject line "Fwd: Fd: Fwd: Virus", with text that Googles to Snopes etc. debunking it as a pretty obvious fake.
I figure it's time to have "the talk" with her about cyber security. What issues should I be sure to cover?
Looking for a good 27 inch 1440p Korean monitor. Small bezles. Good colors. Good for gaymen (low latency, etc).
You ain't gonna get any small bezels on a Korean budget monitor out of the box. Most of them around around 5-8ms, which improves when over clocking them. Most of the PLS monitors can overclock to 90-96 refresh rate, with no problem, a few can reach 120. Colors are nice on both the PLS, and AVHA displays.
Qnix evolution II is the most popular monitor, single Dual DVI, with PLS display.
hey NVIDIA you better get a team to crack DENUVO games or I'm done buying a $800 card every 6 months. Why should I upgrade if the only games I can play for free are old or indie shit?
>Paying for full games with no refunds despite offering no demos; completely in the dark about how you feel about the game.
When will this meme die. The gaming industry is fucking ratchet. I shouldn't have to choose between not playing a game or buying it. I almost preordered the division, need for speed and star wars battlefront. Each of those games were fucking awful. That would have been 180$ BASE PRICE down the drain dude. For games I play 30 minutes of and quit? How is that fair?
all this talk about iphones and android phones and shit, well if you're that smart then why is it that you still can't get a gf /g/?
i want to buy a pc for around £1300, can anyone recommend a good place to buy?
>inb4 build one
If you don't want to build one yourself find a mate who will do it for you. Offer them £50 for the job which should be more than enough for any enthusiast to undertake it and will cost far less than the premium you would pay with a specialist.
You probably don't need to spend £1300 though, that shit is overkill and you should only really be spending that kind of money if you want bleeding edge technology which will be out of date and half the price in six months' time. £750 for a tower all...
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>get c++ guide in December
>study few pages
>it's not that easy
>too lazy to continue
Memes aside, how useful are artificial neural networks? With the right parameters and the use of genetic algorithms to find the right topology you can let it run by itself and in a few hours you'll have a useful Super Mario bot (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qv6UVOQ0F44).
That's exactly what makes them so useful: the simulation does all the work for you! Now, the issue is actually controlling these towards useful purposes like design: I recall a similar method was used to design circuit boards with the interesting caveat that the program used the physical specifications of the individual boards, right down to integrating what would otherwise be defects unique to the specific board into their design.
Anyone know about the article I'm talking about?
Prove to me that windows 10 is not a botnet
A botnet is a number of Internet-connected computers communicating with other similar machines in which components located on networked computers communicate and coordinate their actions by command and control or by passing messages to one another.
Windows 10 reports everything to M$ central. Your statement is invalid
Toying with my OPO's DPI, I want stuff to look smaller but anything under 480 gives me horrid jagged edges on app icons. Any way to prevent that?
Also, post your DPIs.
LG G4 - stock 640dpi.
Some say bringing this down to 540dpi is ideal, but nah.
What is objectively wrong with infinitely growing DPI? What not 600,000 theoretical DPI on a 5.5" screen? Physics and impossibility aside, why would "too good display" ever be a bad thing?
Why don't we crowdsource to produce the perfect phone?
We can get a chink company to make them and distribute them online like the 1+.
What's the "other" and why is it taking up 50GB?