I challenge you /g/
Make a shorter valid segfault in C++
The rules are simple: nothing requiring compiler flags, segfault using code only
Can you beat my 12 bytes?
11 bytes, step it up OP.
I've noticed the regular /hpg/ threads so I thought we could create a thread to discuss speakers. Feel free to discuss studio monitors, PA speakers, car audio, and speaker building, etc.
thinking of upgrading to focal utopia minis from my focal 807vw since they are only 4500 second hand from a store over east that or the diablo since its its 10k used and people take care of them
Any of you build speakers? I'm thinking about putting a mahogany veneer on mine. The front baffle will just be painted black to make it easier for me.
The rear, though, will need to have a circle cut out for the speaker terminals. Can I just use a router with a circle jig to cut a circle into the veneer? I don't have the circle cut out of the MDF yet. Would it be better to glue the veneer then cut the circle out after it dries? Then finish, etc?
How do you feel about the new Samsung fridge that takes pictures of the food inside the fridge and sends them to your smartphone so that you can know what needs to be replenished without having to keep a grocery list?
It takes a picture of the inside every time the fridge is opened, and when you open the Samsung Fridge app on your smartphone, you can look at the pictures the fridge took the last time its doors were open.
It also can play songs off of Spotify.
>A lot of women say that there is not equality, but there is still negative stereotypes of women in the workforce and also of women in tech. And you know what? I agree with you. I meet a lot of sexist, chauvinistic pigs and pieces of crap that still think with that old time mentality that women in tech are idiots that, "Oh look at how cute it is that a woman wants to pretend to know what she's doing," and I am disgusted by this philosophy because it actually does hurt women who are looking to...
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>tfw you subtly push linux on all your family members in your household as new systems are built/acquired and hard drives fail
More or less, even Sabayon uses Gentoo testing repos just as Ubuntu uses testing repos.
It might be a little more accurate that Sabayon is to Gentoo what Linux Mint Debian Edition is to
>is it good?
Totally, but do remember that you're using testing repos and this is just as dumb like the Manjaro "delayed" repos.
Are you going to buy the freedom 251 phone, Rahjeet?
Is it really worth it to sacrifice convenience for freedom and use free software out of principle?
It is easier to tell those of which have no principles: they usually use non-free software.
At the ass end of my time in college, I ended up getting a netbook because I was a sucker. Fast forward to now when I found it while cleaning. I hate getting rid of working tech but this is working in the loosest sense.
It has an old atom so browsing and emulation is out. It has a GMA500 which is a PowerVR piece so no decent linux driver and sucks with any video site. Even an ssd and more memory does little to overcome its glaring shortfalls.
So, /g/, is it destine to be recycled or is there some project I can use it for? For anything I can think of, there is a...
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Seen here is the ODROID C2. $40 and I have a better system for serving files, emulating or using as a media center.
What is so special about the Raspberry Pi?
Why do people love it?
When someone says "linux", what distro immediately pops into your head? Which one do you consider to be THE linux experience, that everyone you imagine someone to be using when they mention they use linux until you're told otherwise?
I assume they're using Ubuntu or Mint since most other people aren't embarrassed by their distribution and usually say
>I use Debian GNU/Linux
>I use Slackware
Ideally the most pure experience; the most "THE" Linux is Slackware.
Great question and it's completely based on the appearance and tone of the conversation.
redhat, debian, fedora, ubuntu
>college dropout, smelly turd that shouldn't exist, retarded hipster
arch, gentoo, slackware
Layman here, can someone answer these questions?
1. Why do we need to mine crypto currencies? Why can't create let's say 2^64 ccoins and act as an exchange? People can buy from him and the price will adjust itself.
2. Why don't corporations push for crypto currencies? They just love a walled garden, why not have an AppleCoin, GoogleCoin, AmazonCoin? I imagine there is a plethora of tax optimization there too.
+1 How one can create a new coin?
concentrating the currency with one person is a retarded idea that no one would use, mining only costs your computation power and many users can obtain it that way without using actual currency
crypto currency has the value of which people assign it
if it is like standard crypto-currencies where you mine it then that would be retarded
You are expending computational power to get actual goods from a currency whose inherit value is that which is assigned to it
There is no need to do so anyway considering online services such as those provide legal goods
show off your old computers