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If you're using any Linux distribution and can't use Perl and Bash, it's time to go back to Windows/OSX you poser.
Is doas ported or something?
couldn't you just write a small function to call su -c somecommand someuser and name it doas?
Just grab the arguments and rearrange them, why would something like this require any sort of porting?
lmao amd is fucked
It's barely faster than GP102 in gayms, nVidia is hitting the scaling wall too.
Also drivers look Vega-tier.
>$600 card almost matching $1200 Nvidia Xp card I don't see the problem here, except AMD needs to get their graphics division working faster/better.
>>63850639 >except AMD needs to get their graphics division working faster/better.
That needs money, and money comes in ~H1 2018 with EPYC finally fucking ramping.
Containers do you fuck with them?
What would be the best setup for a "production" ready environment with no support? What are the best alternatives to Docker?
Who is this siphoning-balls mermaid?
Docker is pretty good.
For BSD jails is where it's at and they're pretty good.
For Linux you can also use lxc/lxd. If you plan on using Linux I'd really recommend learning what namespaces and cgroups are and how to use them.
Containers are great.
Docker is free on RHEL?
Docker only officially supports the enterprise edition for RHEL which comes with support and other enterprise stuff.
However they do support the community edition for CentOS so you can add the CentOS Docker repo to RHEL and get the free Docker CE for free.
Anyone used Proxmox VE? Is it good?
Help me bros, this chkdsk /r has been taking about 3 hours, and about an hour ago, i thought it was finished, but it says it stills correcting errors in MFT and AFT, please tell me if this will realy take long, or it's just my HDD is dead.
go fsck yourself
Net neutrality is dead.
Long live net neutrality!
Sounds about right. I more meant that municipalities should have their own employees and own the infrastructure themselves, thus being able to update it as they need it.
>>63849626 >It's because most ISP monopolies in the US were originally phone service providers and they don't have any competition and thus no need to actually update the infrastructure.
If the US truly wants competition, they need to unfuck the telcom oligopoly, instead of letting the market in the hands of companies that have gaming the market since the '94 spectrum resource auction.
Phone lines shouldn't be on poles either.
Only high voltage power lines in non-urban areas are acceptable to be on poles.
But the picture you posted is an argument against net neutrality.
Why make corps and gov your enemy when you can just focus on corps.?? Fucking every website is compromised nowadays
Not every ISP has to be nationwide, except a lot of cities took shekels from Verizon and banned local ISPs
Oh man, those winter temps are starting to kick in..
>have a small town isp >okay tier >been a subscriber even before the internet when theyre are still telephone company >for atleast 20 years >google fiber kicks in >call the isp that i will not renew the subscription next year >she says they have been receiving calls like that all month >she says we have been good customers for a very long time >still insist to stop feels bad man, i am so harsh i wish i could go back in time to fix my mistake
There are small-town gigabit isps. It's their own fault for not upgrading to fiber.
>tfw i used to have a cheap as fuck small-town isp >bought by big telecom provider >they tripled the prices in two years
>>63850041 >implying thats a bad thing
>>63848910 >local ISP has fiber gigabit internet >cheap as fuck rates >Only 3 install locations in town >one like a neighborhood away from me
Thinking of moving.
>>63850022 >competitor supports net neutrality but you don't >buy your competitor >epic win
Republicans want this.
Meanwhile, /r/the_donald kept defending ajit and trump like they were their god
Verizon has for the past few months changed their "Unlimited Data" plans to specifically throttle video streaming over the network, with the option of paying a fee to get higher bitrate on video streams. Regular traffic gets the higher bitrate without extra fees. They are selecting specific types of content to throttle at their own discretion. Sure, it's not selecting a set of websites to put behind a paywall, but it is saying at their discretion they can choose any type of content they want and make it more difficult to use without extra payment.
>>6384822 >It's a 2 year old law that fixed a non-existent problem.
Shilling much? Also, there's literally no competition to switch to
>knowing nothing about history >What is Tier 1 regulation >What is The Open Internet Order of 2010 >What is the FCC vs Verison case of 2014
Fucking typical (((ISP))) and (((TRUMP))) shills creating their own fantasy.
>>63848060 >He's too stupid to realize that the FTC is the agency that monitors and enacts measures to combat anti-competitive and monopolistic behavior on the behalf of consumers,not the FCC which monitors content on various electronic media platforms
Give me 5 reasonable arguments why Ultrabooks aren't the best laptops you can get.
Protip: You can't.
Mine idles at 88° with thermal throttling off.
I expected better from YOU, anon.
> pays the license
is where you lose.
>>63846120 >small batteries
Battery life is usually 9 hours streaming internet.
is coil whine a thing for all ultrabooks? even highend ones?
1) shit battery
2) poor portability
4) shit or no dedicated graphics
5) need to carry a billion adapters
I'm looking for a libre SBC, but the FSF's page about it hasn't been updated in 2.5 years. I'm considering the ODROID-XU4. Does anyone know more about the current state of these boards?
>libre stop being autistic and just get a raspi or orangepi
free, stable, and supports good sbc's