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[00:01:47] *** rizzo29 <rizzo29!~rizzo@85.91.215.53> has joined #lwjgl
[00:01:49] <rizzo29> because, the language is the platform.
[00:01:51] <rizzo29> What makes Fedora the best?
[00:01:54] <rizzo29> hpc: I'm flattered
[00:01:56] <rizzo29> i can't change the color of my skin
[00:01:59] <rizzo29> gitlab for example does that
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[01:40:07] <dinasty29> at the same price, 750 platinum vs 850 gold?
[01:40:10] <dinasty29> there's a loop hole when the footage is overwritten after x minutes though, or?
[01:40:13] <dinasty29> that's the whole idea of submodules. If you're looking at an old commit, you also want your dependencies to be the same version they were at that time
[01:40:16] <dinasty29> most colleges make sure to ruin any possible good C++ experience a student could have :-/
[01:40:19] <dinasty29> L0g4nAd4ms: Possibly if you have a phone you can tether try that.
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[02:13:17] <Guest85232> Probably feet, because 'murica
[02:13:19] <Guest85232> how to disable keyboard led, when I switch keyboard language
[02:13:24] <Guest85232> i wish i was as smart as rio
[02:13:24] <Guest85232> btw I upgraded stack
[02:13:25] <Guest85232> Why do people say KDE is bloated
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[02:22:18] <joko1> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1236688 old bug but might be relevant
[02:22:21] <joko1> hexnewbie, it's a remote network device mounted locally. remotely its formatted as ext4, locally mounted via cifs. df -T shows cifs as the 'type'
[02:22:24] <joko1> paulcarroty: Debian does not suck. You can go and get their non-free install disc.
[02:22:27] <joko1> I'd only ever do that if you previously had sensitive data on the drive and are *now* trying to encrypt a new partition over it. But generally not necessary
[02:22:30] <joko1> |-\|-\: especially as such a pattern of thinking spreads
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[02:36:46] <roundtrip14> So, rebase gone wrong :)
[02:36:49] <roundtrip14> tariffs killed the headphone adapter
[02:36:51] <roundtrip14> i'm seeing it called by the brand CrystalView as well
[02:36:55] <roundtrip14> https://gist.githubusercontent.com/sixtyfive/da62d81bec96481bf626c728d7bea90b/raw/92c8c281ba2eb3357bff2ffc9d825f232f31c7d6/mail.log
[02:36:57] <roundtrip14> almostdvs: samething
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[02:38:57] <jackal^11> unfortunately not all ircds have such a mode
[02:38:59] <jackal^11> ah ok thanks.
[02:39:02] <jackal^11> But that's normal -- like, Icarus has a backlog of 50,000 certificates right now, but it'll go down to 0 soon.
[02:39:05] <jackal^11> Above Ground utilities should be phased to buried lines. Power at least.
[02:39:08] <jackal^11> when you overload nat... it becomes PAT :P
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[02:55:34] <bod_m> yeah, i'm surprised it did use an index
[02:55:37] <bod_m> avg (rate(node_cpu_seconds_total{instance="$instance",mode="iowait"}[$__interval])) / avg (rate(node_cpu_seconds_total{instance="$instance",mode!="iowait,idle"}[$__interval]))
[02:55:40] <bod_m> Okey...
[02:55:42] <bod_m> (... $path)
[02:55:44] <bod_m> so you're going to have to do a lot of memory management
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[03:08:50] <khalella10> Dan39: ~/.local/.etc/.config/
[03:08:54] <khalella10> I feel like I'm losing my damn mind. How is it that `dig +short hostname.foo.com` can return an A record, and yet `ssh hostname.foo.com` will spit out "could not resolve hostname.foo.com: Name or service not known".
[03:08:58] <khalella10> and generlly speaking nobody configures this unless they are making a local-only network like a SAN
[03:09:01] <khalella10> sup bitches bear whale in the house
[03:09:03] <khalella10> sloth, I agree with you about Knuth, I thought you were making a comment about his skill, haha
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[03:36:01] <cybernaut28> if you know [a random] half of the bits of a solution to a factoring problem, how quickly can it be solved?
[03:36:03] <cybernaut28> i don't have enough space on my server to zip them alll
[03:36:06] <cybernaut28> oh wait, yes it is, I'm a nub.
[03:36:08] <cybernaut28> the latter?
[03:36:12] <cybernaut28> Yeah, back in the good old PDP days, computers had like 4k of RAM and a whole parking garage full of these monster reel-to-reel tape drives.
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[04:50:32] <josuebc27> Well, I'd say it's pretty much guaranteed to be carbon steel.
[04:50:35] <josuebc27> chron0: Mexico Coke is different from American Coke
[04:50:37] <josuebc27> i thought that about f too
[04:50:40] <josuebc27> this is why you don't brag about your crimes on facebook Descartes
[04:50:42] <josuebc27> https://hastebin.com/fokejoqiza.bash
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[05:18:10] <ninjudd> Kremator: D&D 3.5 > all
[05:18:10] <ninjudd> connection refused
[05:18:10] <ninjudd> uniusz: do you just use the `.bashrc` file to define any commands you want to run?
[05:18:11] <ninjudd> Bazman: on 18.04 Ubuntu prefers a swap *file* not a partition, so I'd let it use a file then it can adjust it as needed
[05:18:12] <ninjudd> Can't do a push to get the content in there.
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[07:33:03] <koollman0> d125q: no, when not quoted, it results naturally in multiple (all) array elements, no splitting needed, because there's no "
[07:33:05] <koollman0> section1, that's exactly what I said
[07:33:08] <koollman0> What if you quoted it?
[07:33:10] <koollman0> can't stop jerking off to that front hole \x?
[07:33:13] <koollman0> jyost: did it work for terry?
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[07:39:05] <jamiew18> rio: yeah. the value of log_2(a)/log_2(b) is the same as log_3(a)/log_3(b) .
[07:39:08] <jamiew18> It seemed easy for end users, who just benefit from the mitigation measures without need to become security experts in an instant.
[07:39:11] <jamiew18> I think %autosetup has an option to unpack a 2nd tar ball from Source1 ? Can't remember option.
[07:39:14] <jamiew18> so just this one, isolated event? it's not for formatting or anything?
[07:39:17] <jamiew18> then it'll be in pass 1, there won't be a message until it either finishes pass 1 or exceeds maintenance_work_mem
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[08:46:07] <Bonstra7> "routing decision" for outgoing packets: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/37/Netfilter-packet-flow.svg
[08:46:10] <Bonstra7> Although, maybe the cabal binary is the problem
[08:46:12] <Bonstra7> libraries/base
[08:46:15] <Bonstra7> The scary thing about ! in data constructors is that it can do redundant allocation
[08:46:18] <Bonstra7> {} static char const digit[64] = "0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz";
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[09:28:25] <mguiney3> lin_noob: It is hit/miss, depending on CPU for Intel, yes.
[09:28:27] <mguiney3> HOWEVER, the BEHAVIOR is different.
[09:28:30] <mguiney3> so you could use something like crop=in_w:-2
[09:28:35] <mguiney3> Just played with it a bit and proved it
[09:28:37] <mguiney3> I much more trust someone with good references but without a degree than somebody without references but a CS degree
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[09:40:21] <reda23> on 3 watt it would be at vega level
[09:40:23] <reda23> another calculator onle is giving me a different result
[09:40:26] <reda23> perl triggers me
[09:40:28] <reda23> i just want it to be uniform
[09:40:31] <reda23> They will accept the objects and refs, but might not do anything with them
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[09:45:24] <h3artbl33d> So for example, a line `c`, line `# b`, and line `a` should be sorted to line `a`, line `# b`, and line `c`.
[09:45:24] <h3artbl33d> light is for vegans
[09:45:24] <h3artbl33d> its not because we are "genetically superiour" or whatever
[09:45:24] <h3artbl33d> Yes, monochrom. How do I tell haskell(matplotlib) to give me a graph of say, y = x?
[09:45:25] <h3artbl33d> Otherwise declare a function and use do notation and I think you will get it.
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[10:26:34] <yukaia2> sorry for the bother and thanks for the help
[10:26:34] <yukaia2> but it has python build-in, not in openbsd base os version
[10:26:35] <yukaia2> right, so it was untagged from f30
[10:26:36] <yukaia2> snitching in general
[10:26:36] <yukaia2> Standard WP install there I assume yes?
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[10:43:12] <cfillion> Probably because you spelled it wrong or you are using a chinese knockoff
[10:43:15] <cfillion> monopolies retard competition
[10:43:18] <cfillion> Thanks. I usually try finding the answer through searching the route of stackexchange -> ubuntuforums -> here
[10:43:20] <cfillion> also anyone know how to view tags or labels in tcpdump?
[10:43:24] <cfillion> yeah it's Spectacle related I think but I'll include the output of that command as well. If there's something like this but for Spectacle then I'll include that too if you tell me what the command is.
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[11:19:00] <gmorell_> King_DuckZ, why would an array report size -10 ?
[11:19:02] <gmorell_> the link?
[11:19:04] <gmorell_> idk where
[11:19:07] <gmorell_> lin_noob: I am aware
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[11:41:01] <t0mab21> How thick of metal are we talking about chron0 ?
[11:41:01] <t0mab21> Someone still have this problem https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/certbot-download-failed-certification-expired/51893/2 ?
[11:41:01] <t0mab21> thats hate speech
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[11:48:13] <jpirko25> Because it's implied
[11:48:16] <jpirko25> buts strange np
[11:48:19] <jpirko25> vague: I could use perl and readline, but IDK about the irssi API
[11:48:22] <jpirko25> https://tlhonmey.publicvm.com/ZeroBin/?85018b4a366e9e3b#+ci/rOjQ59BVeOPTCd0AQ3GjBNGNoAbgda4oUdwDDa0=
[11:48:25] <jpirko25> This is a not-quite-outdated ubuntu
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[11:48:49] <LyndsySimon24> oh, of course
[11:48:51] <LyndsySimon24> the elven rings arent bad ideas in it
[11:48:54] <LyndsySimon24> We get more CPU time/workers
[11:48:57] <LyndsySimon24> that's vague
[11:49:00] <LyndsySimon24> A world is just a set of propositions, basically.
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[11:59:30] <dukwon4> theyre going to destroy linux
[11:59:33] <dukwon4> the minimization ks is from back when we were trying to fit theese things on CDs
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[12:20:03] <runejuhl28> you can chattr +i and set any permissions and nobody would be able to edit it without root running chattr first
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[13:41:04] <IceN9ne2> a little random but i figured it out - i had one of the files that were included in the stash somehow locked in another application - so it refused to budge on the rest of the stash
[13:41:07] <IceN9ne2> Thanks int-e! That's what I was thinking for showing the bisimulation between the two networks.
[13:41:10] <IceN9ne2> be careful if you mean if singletons are useful, or if being able to manipulate types as values is useful heh
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[13:52:34] <Guest72409> cards, ah, interesting... so relative voltage, essentially?
[13:52:37] <Guest72409> man nietzsche is something else
[13:52:40] <Guest72409> ab9rf: copy paste Dockerfiles
[13:52:43] <Guest72409> AeroNotix: What is CoC?
[13:52:46] <Guest72409> Evidlo: what do you mean headless? By default it doesn't come with a WM or a DE AFAIK
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[14:12:28] <iownall55511> [cockpit] martinpitt closed pull request #9793: Update translations from Fedora Zanata (master...po-refresh-20180804-005656) https://git.io/fNPrU
[14:12:30] <iownall55511> oldlaptop: "there are badgers in this bagder hole!"
[14:12:33] <iownall55511> Yeah, just need to try a few different escaping ways
[14:12:36] <iownall55511> It's not just "copy into memory and begin running code at offset 0"
[14:12:39] <iownall55511> I'm closer to 200pF myself
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[14:15:42] <mrjk__> the last paste was the first execution in a new session
[14:15:44] <mrjk__> Sooo
[14:15:47] <mrjk__> s/already/haven't already
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[14:35:15] <jpterry12> And there is nothing open source in that field, but you could do so many cool things with this graph if you were able to write analyzers.
[14:35:16] <jpterry12> funny that you can touch these
[14:35:19] <jpterry12> turn em into vacuum tubes ovbiously
[14:35:22] <jpterry12> And now we know to include that.
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[14:49:08] <TheAMM5> that guy has been removed for excess flood like 30+ times today
[14:49:08] <TheAMM5> bls: that'll be good enough for now,
[14:49:08] <TheAMM5> sudo service enable EnglishInfix
[14:49:09] <TheAMM5> fist.me
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[15:05:20] <FragmentedCurve0> I have local changes, they are commited. I do "git push -u origin master"
[15:05:23] <FragmentedCurve0> on the other hand, I've been to plenty of fairly disorganized lectures too
[15:05:26] <FragmentedCurve0> grateful: x2go
[15:05:29] <FragmentedCurve0> lortabac: It's almost self explanatory :)
[15:05:32] <FragmentedCurve0> concat function: https://paste.kde.org/pa2p4like
[15:05:35] <FragmentedCurve0> Man... 8TB.... I could store my porn stash on such a drive in Pg BLOBS with that kind of drive.
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[15:12:53] <mr_zeus> er... what
[15:12:55] <mr_zeus> tahts bs
[15:12:59] <mr_zeus> but still went ahead with the cloning
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[15:13:49] <drkat20> then you don’t need to do anything
[15:13:52] <drkat20> JanKusanagi: wow, how requested is this?
[15:13:55] <drkat20> zumba_addict: explain all of your fucking stupid restrictions and limitations
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[15:15:04] <Jasjar5> never figured who would be the ppl using those 'services' xD
[15:15:07] <Jasjar5> I don't feel I'm ever getting an answer, so I'm just leaving my bet that it's a mask issue.
[15:15:09] <Jasjar5> ChocolateArmpits: no, only 1h, so ~100,000 images
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[15:29:21] <azarus19> Triffid_Hunter: i dont know, it was a docker image that messed up somehow, im not entirely sure what it did
[15:29:24] <azarus19> moⅿ is nοt ԁഠing Αⅼlah iѕ ԁоiᥒg
[15:29:28] <azarus19> a squatter
[15:29:30] <azarus19> building monodevelop on manjaro
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[15:43:44] <fam_away16> Is there a comic sans mono?
[15:43:47] <fam_away16> exarkun: Curious, are you sure the owner/repo is named correctly?
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[16:37:58] <Su715> autopsy: i got it it's soc camera
[16:38:01] <Su715> man what kind of hashish were they smoking
[16:38:04] <Su715> +b $~a!##mychannel-unregistered
[16:38:07] <Su715> zumba_addict: That proves everything right there. :)
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[16:40:21] <Girtablulu13> third way is usually the best
[16:40:24] <Girtablulu13> sloth: internet says tap drill size for 1/4NPT is 27/64 )))
[16:40:29] <Girtablulu13> TinoDidriksen, sorry, I went busy, and then forgot to reply. Well, I just looked the code, and one usecase for size_raw() is that I need to know how much space to allocate on disk; or, similarly: I need to send some messages that are exactly 4096bytes, where size_raw() is header, and 4096-size_raw() is data. The idea is that sometimes I don't have an object to get size from, but I need to know it beforehand.
[16:40:32] <Girtablulu13> I was discussing about a freebsd build of ffmpeg that seems not to take account of -pix_fmt parameter.
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[16:42:15] <Red_M6> (the problem is how /etc/default/grub is set up, at least if using the netinst installer)
[16:42:16] <Red_M6> nemo: +q is a quiet, and you can view the channel quiet list with just "/mode +q"
[16:42:17] <Red_M6> dataN: Just as an FYI: the bang pattern did work and now the program has sane memory again. Interesting how that worked out -- just finding the length and sorting was enough to shoot it sky high without the bang pattern.
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[16:42:21] <Red_M6> rulerѕ arе ᥒot ⅾoiᥒɡ Αⅼⅼaһ іѕ dഠiᥒg
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[16:42:49] <Cult216> Even though my professor made it harder than it probably ought to be.
[16:42:51] <Cult216> of what the eventual plan is.
[16:42:54] <Cult216> aah wait
[16:42:57] <Cult216> ilias_gr: if your system still works..use it
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[16:49:39] <epscy25> right, wifi up, ip maybe
[16:49:42] <epscy25> sudo su, cat|grep, ps|grep|grep -v, find|xargs....lots of those type things still around
[16:49:45] <epscy25> wait.. you don't actually need shell quoting
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[17:02:51] <Adri20009> RandomTech: drbd, ceph are other options for network storage, also NBD.
[17:02:54] <Adri20009> aka -s
[17:02:57] <Adri20009> which EDA suite do you people use?
[17:03:00] <Adri20009> is there a way to determine number of pulses for a rotary encoder, either with a multimeter or from the IDE?
[17:03:03] <Adri20009> Soliton: gotcha
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[17:23:48] <fhats22> It's an alias for /whois, I thought it existed by default.
[17:23:51] <fhats22> AzureDiamond hunter2
[17:23:54] <fhats22> dorp: no the first one doesn't cause anything, the second ? yes "segment.c:14:18: error: lvalue required as increment operand"
[17:23:57] <fhats22> kiwifruit, AWS doesn't support anycast
[17:24:00] <fhats22> it comes out to 3960.5
[17:24:03] <fhats22> well, \+ is undefined in BRE, but in GNU sed, it will mean the same as \{1,\}
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[17:27:12] <Osirus1268> byte count is different which is...interesting
[17:27:15] <Osirus1268> hi - do any of you clever people know how I can create a image out of terminal output (i.e using imagemagik) but pixelize a field (Possibly by using with the cut command )
[17:27:18] <Osirus1268> LucidDreamZzZ: he cna run BLM~
[17:27:22] <Osirus1268> dhcpcd is a dhcp client daemon
[17:27:24] <Osirus1268> blackflow: I think I'd rather switch back to Arch/Gentoo
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[17:30:34] <msonntag6> That would be true if you do not upgrade the graphics card
[17:30:37] <msonntag6> nevskiy: can you justify this dubious (at least in my opinion) sentence?
[17:30:39] <msonntag6> I think you’re better off burning peat, aren’t you?
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[17:36:19] <CheckYourSix16> linuxmodder: tried out sway yet? http://swaywm.org/ -> any comments?
[17:36:23] <CheckYourSix16> @frdmn can you please infrom us about your environment details like server platform , apache , ngnix , DNS , DHCP etc etc
[17:36:23] <CheckYourSix16> ok, then that's correct.
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[18:17:08] <kaie27> hexagoxel: So I pass the pool and push actions there, but it doesn't execute until I also call `runTaskGroup` from somewhere
[18:17:11] <kaie27> I've used it to show off the Haskell Refactoring browser for lightning talks
[18:17:14] <kaie27> It is safer to not rely on it at all for stdin since you don't know what kind of fd it will be
[18:17:17] <kaie27> does this seem correct? future<bool> f(){return std::async([]()->bool{return true;});}
[18:17:19] <kaie27> haroldv22: try again..you posted the exact same url/link twice
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[18:19:46] <Oclair18> Can't use SFINAE to get class members?
[18:19:48] <Oclair18> aaron1995, oh sides rather than angles?
[18:19:52] <Oclair18> wpcarro: also don't paraphrase error messages when sharing them
[18:19:54] <Oclair18> people used to do the tar trick in an attempt to preserve permissions. rsync can do the same thing
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[18:37:15] <C_Sto18> Is it as near as mine? :P
[18:37:18] <C_Sto18> nahuh... /s
[18:37:21] <C_Sto18> jwash: /var/log/gpu-manager.log , /var/log/syslog* and ~/.local/share/xorg/Xorg.*.log*
[18:37:24] <C_Sto18> yeah but thats pricey ha
[18:37:27] <C_Sto18> oh nm, I had it backwards
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[18:38:55] <chuuna> Is it too late to return the RGB fans?
[18:38:56] <chuuna> you can write it to stdout for some program to catch stdin
[18:38:59] <chuuna> I gotta go outside
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[18:43:06] <xyz7> not show anything
[18:43:09] <xyz7> ghci can load from the internet o_O
[18:43:12] <xyz7> what are some good projects to read if you want to see how somewhat large C projects are organized? i mean something such as an application, rather than e.g. an operating system
[18:43:15] <xyz7> as with australia
[18:43:19] <xyz7> oh ^n
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[18:44:12] <Argon]16> frelleck: see also https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/1229945/looking-for-an-example-of-a-gcd-domain-which-is-not-a-ufd
[18:44:15] <Argon]16> sauvin: Have you tried the Healthy Sleep Formula to resolve that issue? ;)
[18:44:18] <Argon]16> By “being actually useful“, I mean at least “”.
[18:44:20] <Argon]16> the height of awesomeness has come and gone
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[19:08:05] <hrvoje12> Like I have configuration.nix and exwm-overlay.nix both in /etc/nixos/ how do I reference the file?
[19:08:08] <hrvoje12> qwebirc95665: enable the service as ubuntu user rather than canonical customer
[19:08:11] <hrvoje12> X5675 is the highest Apple used in the 4,1s, so thats as high as you can take one.
[19:08:14] <hrvoje12> you seem to be doing this in a "try it and see" manner
[19:08:17] <hrvoje12> I basically use ibrdf(filename); on the pc, and push print on the instrument
[19:08:20] <hrvoje12> then they want to know the type
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[19:14:03] <romano2k28> mostly just incomplete pattern matching ime
[19:14:06] <romano2k28> madLyfe
[19:14:09] <romano2k28> I didn't realize it was such a complex problem
[19:14:12] <romano2k28> especially if you understand how certs and firewalls work
[19:14:15] <romano2k28> And then dirname on the result
[19:14:18] <romano2k28> it's also become more approximate
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[19:15:07] <rEv97> jaggy: Likely just DNS refreshing or so.
[19:15:10] <rEv97> and background black doesn't do anything :S
[19:15:13] <rEv97> gotta have some eggs as well tho
[19:15:16] <rEv97> chenpan: Take it to your OS channel. Your issue is specific to your Operating System or Distribution.
[19:15:19] <rEv97> oh derp, nvm, it doesn't take sockets at all
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[19:18:40] <Joonaa26> zero, even
[19:18:42] <Joonaa26> AstralStorm_: not sure i understand, the paste is the working work-around
[19:18:46] <Joonaa26> Athas: Quick, get your salesman outfit!
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[19:25:11] <matti__> Please, state the nature of the mathematical emergency! :)
[19:25:15] <matti__> Helenah which board is that? Its nice that it has PoE
[19:25:18] <matti__> so i was looking at some code on this iphone there is actualy a back door
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[19:52:33] <stubbers11> yes, probably best
[19:52:37] <stubbers11> it shows correct record
[19:52:40] <stubbers11> It's a gateway used for receiving LoraWAN signals.
[19:52:43] <stubbers11> im no forest expert
[19:52:46] <stubbers11> But I can't figure out, why is the wronskian built the way it is? 🤔 with each column containing all the successive derivatives of the function
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[20:11:41] <zigggggy1> pointed out it was s3.amazonaws.com
[20:11:44] <zigggggy1> Thought of cherry-picking the commit as-is, and then flatten the structure in a latter commit.
[20:11:47] <zigggggy1> i know for windows you can use TMAC
[20:11:50] <zigggggy1> when I feed it directly solar panel input of 20 - 22 volts
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[20:21:14] <aykut12> ahh. i see we've been hit depsite +s
[20:21:16] <aykut12> just a drawing
[20:21:20] <aykut12> https://pastebin.com/VxpZ51dN that's how anonymous unions wok right?
[20:21:22] <aykut12> https://github.com/git/git/blob/v2.14.3/contrib/completion/git-prompt.sh
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[20:58:22] <Guest77330> Mochi101: "tiles table" (de to en, translate.google.com)
[20:58:25] <Guest77330> i think a structure like a coop only is needed if ur going for financing... its like a formal collective...
[20:58:29] <Guest77330> YADW, so you have an image copy of the drive?
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[21:11:12] <trebmuh22> cause i usually see some freezing here
[21:11:13] <trebmuh22> x = pi/6 ; a(pi/6)^3 + b/2 = 0
[21:11:16] <trebmuh22> flagen2: why did you type: /exec -o ?
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[21:21:16] <rm_work28> I've certainly found that using httpd for hosting multiple sites with very different environments was very easy compared with trying to use Apache or Cherokee
[21:21:19] <rm_work28> and no, no vboxvideo
[21:21:22] <rm_work28> it can mean many many things
[21:21:25] <rm_work28> Sterile I dont know where to start on it
[21:21:28] <rm_work28> slack1256: probably vinyl
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[21:43:16] <iownall5557> I'm reading that page already
[21:43:19] <iownall5557> It won't. It'll be a security nightmare. heh
[21:43:22] <iownall5557> no bother :)
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[21:47:43] <pine1274> yes i already have it
[21:47:46] <pine1274> irl I say "my apologies" or something like that
[21:47:49] <pine1274> at any rate, not a no-op
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[21:55:34] <FedoraUser20> restored: oh. Well, I think meters are like baby versions of oscilloscopes: they give you some information, but they can sometimes give you devilishly confusing information even if you know what you are doing.
[21:55:37] <FedoraUser20> YEAH he does
[21:55:39] <FedoraUser20> Wouldn't work here - it's a huge system.
[21:55:43] <FedoraUser20> pingfloyd: when lilo met its end the bloggers were pointing to the "alioth" infrastructure. https://linux.slashdot.org/story/15/09/01/1211213/lilo-bootloader-development-to-end https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=LILO-Bootloader-EOY
[21:55:46] <FedoraUser20> other options include disabling 2.4G completely, or using a different SSID for each, i do the latter
[21:55:49] <FedoraUser20> there is no security or privacy, get used to it
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[22:04:42] <dravine17> Celelibi: or a heated chamber
[22:04:46] <dravine17> when using git notes, it is only possible to annotate them to specific objects, right? objects are the hashes of some file, what if I have 2 files that have the same content and, thus, the same object hash?
[22:04:50] <dravine17> retif go work were I work and reproduce the issue, then I could leverage our contract to make it visible to them :p
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[22:09:43] <Guest25746> Dagmar: i've read articles online written by people that swear once they stopped fapping for a few months they got their energy back, confidence back, motivation back, etc
[22:09:46] <Guest25746> I wrote several recursive descent parsers in Java and C, and decided that was a difficult task, but it's much easier in Haskell.
[22:09:49] <Guest25746> I would guess the largest group of people with that working are using intero
[22:09:52] <Guest25746> as if all systems were Linux
[22:09:55] <Guest25746> Stutters, yes find the comment on the user mysqld runs as and uncomment it adding mysql as a user to run as.
[22:09:58] <Guest25746> I am looking for a Debian stretch tutorial to configure my Debian with my ldap server.
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[22:43:55] <Alikzus12> Maybe ##hardware, though
[22:43:58] <Alikzus12> Casper - you're _excited_ your car is in the shop?
[22:44:01] <Alikzus12> triceratux, adventure is the xyzzy one?
[22:44:04] <Alikzus12> not change, but take those exact same variables that are defined in mage-config
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[22:52:43] <rofox12> and yes, thats exactly what i think of when i hear the word "transformer"
[22:52:46] <rofox12> gurki: well australia tried to forbid the laws of mathematics, so i guess :P
[22:52:49] <rofox12> emilio, but you can login in console ?
[22:52:52] <rofox12> nothing, those just expire from time to time.
[22:52:55] <rofox12> paulcarroty, nautilus is a file manager and not the service provider for samba
[22:52:58] <rofox12> I have a couple of bench sections covered with it in the workshop.
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[23:27:23] <devlaf28> the crappy solution
[23:27:25] <devlaf28> just use AES ECB and CBC yourself
[23:27:28] <devlaf28> also heh @ default 3.5 hour dry time
[23:27:32] <devlaf28> rory: have you checked the file-system hasn't run out of free space or inodes?
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[23:29:35] <huhlig15> I suppose not since it's just going to fall through to accept anyway. Without having any specific knowledge of your goal, I do twitch a bit at the default being accept
[23:29:38] <huhlig15> I've come to the point where this would fit really nicely with gitlab-ci and variables.
[23:29:40] <huhlig15> AppAraat: CC if it's the same bug, comment if you have new information
[23:29:44] <huhlig15> can one of you guys help me make sense of this? this is the raid controller i need drivers for to see it in ubuntu: http://theangryangel.co.uk/blog/marvell-88se9172-sata3-under-linux-as-of-320/
[23:29:47] <huhlig15> rud0lf: are you using systemd?
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[23:47:04] <tvon7> okeydokes
[23:47:07] <tvon7> It's better to fix the thing that exposes the metric to always emit what you have in configuration.
[23:47:10] <tvon7> R0b0t1: yes, but that doesn't help us until after it helps him. and our time is valuable.
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[23:54:31] <romibi29> put on, take off, yes.
[23:54:34] <romibi29> I was wondering if you can dual boot with LUKS and LVM
[23:54:37] <romibi29> ok, 62 MB
[23:54:41] <romibi29> Which http proxy can I choose?
[23:54:43] <romibi29> is fine, I'm not sure what that guy's issue is. All vinegar and no substance
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