Who is this guy?
So, there's this Linux Filesystem for Windows, thing. It's only on the beta version of windows, but it looks like it can easily replace cygwin, MSYS, flinux, virtual machining, etc.
I heard it's like anti-wine, and at the moment it only runs ubuntu.
I suppose when it is more mature, different distros will get through, and maybe it could be ported off windows 10 to windows 8 or 7?
So, what do you think?
Will this feature be popular, is it shit?
I want to correct myself, it's called linux subsystem for linux, not filesystem.
>Linux filesystem for Windows
>only runs on Ubuntu
I hate to be all pessimistic, but someone has seriously fucked-up on this one. I mean getting it to run on Windows first and foremost would seem the most logical direction to take. Especially considering how most, if not all Linux distros have the capability of using a Linux filesystem already.
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Does this still work? If not, what's a more recent alternative? Thanks for all your responses.
So uhh... Whats wrong with CS again? I feel like it would be a worthwhile degree and would give me plenty of spare time to work on side projects as a hobby while attending school. Whats your take on CS as a degree?
I would love to self teach but the only way i could support my self with my high school diploma is to work a full time job not leaving much freetime to pursue that goal.
This is all assuming you actually have a passion for coding and would work hard to further yourself through education.
Pic is unrelated, just some spam i was cooking up.
If you judge a degree purely on employability and potential earning like some sort of autistic there are better options.
It's perfectly fine as an academic field though and if you do it at a decent uni it will be interesting and rewarding.
Hey /g/lenteman, what's the best place to learn Ruby and Ruby on Rails?
Ruby in 20
Rails Getting Started
This aint the 90s any more, languages provide their own documentation.
Please give me one good reason not to pull the trigger on this right now.
I know, I know... it's not IPS but a comparable panel would run around 700 bucks. Plus I've already got 2 other 22 in IPS panels I can use for videos and shit.
Should I do it?
More significantly than specs, though, is the fact that the TaihuLight is built from Chinese semiconductors. "It’s not based on an existing architecture. They built it themselves," Jack Dongarra, a professor at the University of Tennessee and creator of the measurement system used to rank the world's supercomputers, told Bloomberg. "This is a system that has Chinese processors."
The previous fastest supercomputer, China's Tianhe-2, was built using US-made Intel processors. There were plans to upgrade the Tianhe-2, but last year, the US...
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I cancelled an ATA secure wipe on my 1TB HDD because I realized I had the wrong mnemonic written down for my $1400 BTC wallet.
Is there any way to recover the home partition where I had the mnemonic saved in a text file? When I boot into a LiveCD I get flooded with messages like: ata1.00:
failed command READ DMA EXT
cmd 25/00:08:00:6d:70/00:00:74:00:00/e0 tag 29 dna 4096 in
res 51/04:08:00:6d:70/00:00:74:00:00/04 Emask 0x1 (device error)
status: ( DRDY ERR )
error: ( ABRT )
/g/ releases it's own cell phone. What are the required specs for phone built by /g/?
What's the real f*ckin' difference anyway?
Why does everyone get this wrong?
Why haven't you guys switched to the most battery efficient browser yet?
Good /g/ anons, anyone experienced with cheaper Chinese windows tablets? I am thinking of buying the Chuwi H12 but would love to hear your opinion.
Main purpose is for internet shitposting and split screen for work/school with onenote and a pdf open. I have an ipad mini that fits nicely into most lab coats but no split screen function to refer to a reference book while typing in onenote. Should I wait a bit more for a newer model?
You have a single case fan.
Do you place it as the intake or as the exhaust?
How long did it take you to go from a noob to get a job (maybe junior dev)? Language and pay?