Any way to use the GPU's VRAM for RAM Disk?
So, why did you choose to be a cable monkey...I mean an IT Professional, when you could have gone to school and earned credentials for a real profession in Computer Science.
Maybe I will someday. But for now I'm not at the maturity level to handle more schooling. Hell, I'd admit I may never be. For now, it's just not me. I like IT, if I can even call my job that.
>not being a data scientist because CS is now over saturated
The Notepad++ guy has told French users who voted for the nationalist anti-terrorist party to uninstall it, because he himself is an immigrant and wants France to keep being a free-for-all fest.
He has now posted a longer article about it: https://notepad-plus-plus.org/news/a-propos-du-tweet-contre-fn.html (scroll down for English translation).
That seems fair and reasonable. All he's doing is request that those people who would have opted to bar him from benefiting from their work (social structure) avoid benefiting from his. Plus, it's not enforced in any way, leaving it up to individual conscience. Are you sure you aren't mixing up /g/ - technology with /pol/?
Was he right /g/?
I'm looking to upgrade my rig and was planning to put an extra Radeon HD 5770 in along with my GTX 770. Any problems that i would run into or any tips that can help me?
Well, for one, Nvidia cards will disable themselves if they detect an AMD card in the other slot. Also, if you do not have a crossfire or SLI compatible motherboard, your GPU will run at PCIE 8x speed (half speed)
If you do have xfire/SLI compatibility and if you had 2 incompatible cards of the same brand, you could install something like ASTER or Softxpand and you could have two people use your one computer for "LAN" play with eachother, each with their own login session and their own screen/kb/mouse
Alright, I'm a fuck boy web developer with a little over three years experience of horse shit. Coldfusion, full stack. I'm good with front-end stuff mostly -- I have skills in design, but at my tiny ass company I don't have the opportunity to capitalize on my talents or learn anything worth knowing in the industry. We literally don't even have source control. Everything regarding git, MVC, Object Oriented programming, frameworks, task runners, tools.. ANYTHING relevant in the industry right now, I've had to learn on my own.
I'm trying to...
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What happens to Linux when he dies?
Hard drive is clicking and wouldn't boot. I got it to boot, what do next? I'm a tard without backups. How can I clone drive?
Pic related, it's a Google Play gift card. Don't really have a use for it that I can think of. What do I buy with it, /g/?
Trade it for Amazon card for a small fee online.
Or give it to me.
>plug in router
>it hovers away
>tried to go bowling with my friends tonight
>bowling alley staff wouldn't provide the pinsetter's source code
>they don't even have access to the pinsetter's source code
>tfw the botnet wants to go bowling with me
Does anyone have pic related?
I just received one as a gift, how do you use yours?
I was just reading up on how to develop "skills" (apps) for the thing and it looks like any route you take will end up costing shekels because app code isn't run on the device itself, but instead has to run in amazon's shitty cloud.
The apps have to run as a webservice on AWS or as a Lambda service, both have free tiers but require you to attach a credit card in case you go over the limits. The app I wanted to implement definitely doesn't need to be implemented as a web service, so it's a non-starter for me.
What exactly is the difference between 220-240V voltage system and 100-120V system and why are there two standards (four, if the 50/60Hz one counts)?
My understanding is that 240V is objectively better, but because there was so much infrastructure built in certain areas for 110, replacing all the stuff would have been cost prohibitive.
I really can't say anything else on the matter.
Volts are kg * m^2 * A^-1 * s^-3. Think of it as how much "electricity" is flowing through the wires.
Hertz are 1/s. Think of it as how often your alternating current "alternates."
Because our time system is based off 60 seconds, 60Hz works best for us. As for voltage, lower is technically safer, but YOU probably want a higher number.
Hey, I have a mac and I am trying to SSH into my roommates mac so I can turn it off whenever for shits and giggles
I have his username and ip and have enabled remote login when he wasnt there but not his main password. How do I
A) find his main password as discretely as possible
B) bypass the password requirement
Thanks in advance
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