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No.62027743 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
How does it feel being in last place, linuxfags?
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No.62015217 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
>Requires Intel® 300 Series chipset-based motherboard
Skylake and Kabylake owners start to question whether they would still take a bullet for Intel®.
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No.62028097 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Why not build a laptop yourself?
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/cosg/ - CloverOS GNU/Linux

No.61998513 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
CloverOS GNU/Linux

Official homepage:
Current ISO:
Package count: 2851
Official IRC channel: #cloveros on Rizon
GPG: 78F5 AC55 A120 07F2 2DF9 A28A 78B9 3F76 B8E4 2805
License: WTFPL
Current CFLAGS: CFLAGS="-Ofast -mmmx -mssse3 -pipe -funroll-loops -flto=8 -floop-block -floop-interchange -floop-strip-mine -ftree-loop-distribution"
Previous threads:
CloverOS memes:
Validate ISO:

gpg --keyserver --recv-key "78F5 AC55 A120 07F2 2DF9 A28A 78B9 3F76 B8E4 2805"
gpg --verify CloverOS-x86_64-20170818.iso.asc CloverOS-x86_64-20170820.iso
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No.62030456 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Is it better to kys or continue making society/earth worse?
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Need help choosing CPU

No.62025995 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Both of these are 4 cores

but this one have 4 threads 2.8 GHz

and this one have 8 threads 2.66 GHz

Which one would you choose?
(For normal tasks, like web browsing, gaming, servers for games/webserver with no more than 100 clients connected at one time)

ps I actually am confused, don't know much about CPUs.

Thanks for help /g/uys!
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No.62030344 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
You didn't forget about me, did you?
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No.62025702 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
There is any AI that can really break re/Captcha? Why don't /g/ try to create one?
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/twmg/ - Tiling Window Manager General

No.61997944 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Low on precious screen real estate, or busy massaging your carpal tunnel
wrists damaged by waving a mouse around like an idiot? A tiling window manager
might be for you!

> Freedom from the mouse
With any decent twn, you're hand almost never has to leave the home row.

> High customizability
All well known twms are built with customizability in mind, either through a
config file, command line options, or in the case of dwm, editing the source
code directly.

> Efficient use of screen space
because each new window will split the screen one level further, the available
screen space is used optimally (yes, even when using gaps).

> L I G H T W E I G H T
using a tiling window manager forgoes the need for a bloated DE, simply
install any necessary software on top of the window manager to build exactly
the system you want with no cruft!

> Resources
i3wm -
Babby's first twm, easily customizable from a central config file, has sane
defaults. Usable out of the box.

bspwm -
Binary Space Partitioning Window Manager
bspwm is a tiling window manager that represents windows as the leaves of a full binary tree.

dwm -
Dynamic Window Manager written in C.
Slightly higher learning curve than most other twms, basic knowledge of C is
necessary for configuration as it takes place in the header file. Very

awesomewm -
Supports lots of features out of the box, less initial configuration necessary than some others.
Shares the concept of tags with dwm which can be more flexible than workspaces

herbsluftwm -
Manual twm with similar tiling system to i3
Can be reconfigured on the fly using herbstclient

> Brief introduction/ explanation

> Comparison of various twms
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