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What is /g/'s controller of choice?
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Telemetry is good, change my mind.

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I love when freetards seethe when important software like Windows, Android, iOS, MacOS, Visual Studio, Clear Linux, etc. all have built-in telemetry. I love it because it tells me either how much these toe feeding retards don't know about software developement or how much they actually know and they need to find ways to COPE.
Why do I say this? Because freetards know that if telemetry is used to evaluate software usage of the average joe then nobody will listen to their spergy emails and bug reports on Github.
>I'm sorry anon but our telemetry reports showed that that feature was used by 0.2% of the userbase and we don't think it's useful to continue to maintain it when there are more important things to think about ^^
Telemetry is good because it collects data in the BACKGROUND. It's like watching how a person behaves when he's left all alone: his true nature will show up. The same exact thing happens on this board. Everyone knows that the average user/poster here has Windows devices, chink botnet Andoird smartphones and uses Chrome but almost everyone LARPS as if they were RMS reincarnated.
Face the reality, anons. You just want power. That's it. You want to feel important using a software that has millions of other users. You don't want to let the majority decide, you want a small group of autists to shape a tool used by normal people. The funniest thing is that you don't even contribute to the code itself.
If you were to say:
>oh, you plan on removing this feature? Well I can propose to maintain if for free for you
then I could actually give you some credit, but you just like to complain and pretend that your useless words can win against paid programmers who need to get shit done
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/pcbg/ - PC Building General

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Assemble a part list
How to build a PC

Want help?
>State budget, location, monitor and CURRENCY
>Post at least some attempt at a parts list
>List your uses, e.g. Gaming, Video Editing, VM Work
>For monitors, include purpose (e.g., photoediting, gaming) and GPU pairing (if applicable)

Don’t pay full price for windows

>Ryzen 320G/3400G - HTPC, web browsing
>R3 3300X - Budget price/performance; 1600AF if you can find for <$100
>R5 3600/3700X - Higher end gaming/productivity
>New arch is soon - Max FPS
>R9 3900X/3950X - non-HEDT production
>Threadripper 3960X/3970X - HEDT

AM4 mobos:
Z390 mobos:

>At least 2 sticks for dual channel CPU, 2x8GB is standard
>RAM speeds of 3200CL16 or better recommended
>Micron E die and Samsung B die OC well
>AMD B, X, Intel Z chipsets support XMP
>RAM on motherboard’s QVL will run at rated speeds
>2 DIMM motherboards OC RAM better

Consider power consumption, driver quality, and game codes
>Used RX570/RX580 - budget 1080p, from a place with buyer protection
>GTX1660 Super - budget 1080p 144Hz
>RTX2060/5600XT - good for 1080p 144Hz
>RX5700/XT - best price/performance. No blower XTs
>RTX2070 Super - 1440p/budget 4k
>Ampere and RDNA2 is soon - best

Case and cooling
>Many AIOs do not outperform large air coolers, open loops cost beyond diminishing returns
>Mesh fronts typically improve airflow and temperature
>Static pressure fans recommended for poorly ventilated cases

>Running a PSU near its capacity leads to more heat and higher fan RPM. Premium units offer better protection, regulation and noise.

>NVMe drives are only marginally better than SATA for consumer usage


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>I do not care about somebody with a 80x25 terminal window getting line wrapping.
>For exactly the same reason I find it completely irrelevant if somebody says that their kernel compile takes 10 hours because they are doing kernel development on a Raspberry PI with 4GB of RAM.
>People with restrictive hardware shouldn't make it more inconvenient for people who have better resources.
/g/'s status: eternally obliterated

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Anonymous Twitter Larping

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why the fuck are so many people sucking Anonymous's cock on twitter right now? and why the fuck are people making account pretending to be anonymous?

> https://twitter.com/search?q=Anonymous&src=trend_click

> https://twitter.com/YourAnonCentral

i can't help but cringe, /g/
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Just use your old PC as a NAS they said.

>Minimum Hardware Requirements:
>64-bit processor
>SATA or SAS drive controller
>At least one directly attached SSD
>Gigabit network port

This is significantly more than my CURRENT PC, let alone my old one.

Fucking bloatware.
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Whats going on here?

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/fglt/ - Friendly GNU/Linux thread

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Welcome to /fglt/ - Friendly GNU/Linux Thread.

Users of all levels are welcome to ask questions about GNU/Linux and share their experiences.

*** Please be civil, notice the "Friendly" in every Friendly GNU/Linux Thread ***

Before asking for help, please check our list of resources.

If you would like to try out GNU/Linux you can do one of the following:
0) Install a GNU/Linux distribution of your choice in a Virtual Machine.
1) Use a live image and to boot directly into the GNU/Linux distribution without installing anything.
2) Dual boot the GNU/Linux distribution of your choice along with Windows or macOS. (They suck though.)
3) Go balls deep and replace everything with GNU/Linux.

Resources: Please spend at least a minute to check a web search engine with your question.

$ man %command%
$ info %command%
$ %command% -h/--help
$ help %builtin/keyword%

Don't know what to look for?
$ apropos %something%

Check the Wikis (most troubleshoots work for all distros):

/g/'s Wiki on GNU/Linux:

>What distro should I choose?
>What are some cool programs?
>What are some cool terminal commands?
>Where can I learn the command line?
>Where can I learn more about Free Software?

/fglt/'s website and copypasta collection:
http://fglt.nl && https://p.teknik.io/wJ9Zy

Previous: >>76131226
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Why can't C keep up with Rust?
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/tpg/ - ThinkPad General

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Old thread: >>76109005

Don't buy anything OTHER THAN IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad T, X, and W/P Series if you want the Real Business Experience™
>Other business laptops are welcome in /tpg/ (Dell Latitude/Precision, HP EliteBook/ZBook)

Libreboot-compatible models:
>T60 (check lcd), X60(s/t); X200(s/t. -s requires soldering), T400(s)/500; W500
Models before *40 series and T440p can be Corebooted

Modern models:
>X220/X230 - 12", 768p, cheap and light
>T420/T430 - 14", 900p, widely available, socketed CPU, both Coreboot-compatible (Ivy Bridge CPU support on T420); Quad Core Compatible, Old keyboard swap on *30 series
>T520/530; W520/530 - 15", 1080p, DTR, 32GB RAM on quad core models
>T440s - best price/performance ultra portable
>T440p/540p; W540/1 - Last Thinkpads with socketed processors, easily replaceable track pad (W541 doesn't need track pad replacement)
>T480 - last "real" ThinkPad, battery bridge system, excellent performance/battery life, getting cheaper and cheaper

Upgraded models:
>X210 - X200/X201, i5 8250u quad core
>X62 - X61, i5 5250u
>T70 - T60, i7 7700 hq
IPS displays, USB 3.0, m.2 x4, mini dp, no

Why ThinkPad?
>Used machines are plentiful and cheap
>Excellent keyboards, tactile feel and quiet
>Great durability: magnesium roll cage for structural integrity, with high quality plastic body panels
>Utilitarian design: e.g. indicator LEDs, 7 row keyboard layout on older models
>Docking stations that easily turns your laptop into a desktop
>Easy to repair (most models), upgrade & maintain thanks to readily available service manuals for every model, spare parts easy & cheap to obtain
>The best TrackPoint™, great for those who type a lot or hate nigger swiping their fingers all over a touchpad
>Excellent GNU/Linux & *BSD support

>ThinkWiki - Info on ThinkPads & running GNU/Linux on them:
>BIOS logo booru:
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