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[00:09:36] *** kour1er11 <kour1er11!~kour1er@211.243.88.59> has joined #lwjgl
[00:09:37] <kour1er11> but what about my nick
[00:09:39] <kour1er11> Get rid of it. :)
[00:09:43] <kour1er11> Especially, the use of period vs comma as a decimal separator
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[00:10:19] <culot18> You need 600 words.
[00:10:22] <culot18> .dik
[00:10:25] <culot18> so it's like an unsightly blemish on the desktop that does nothing useful
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[00:35:47] <Miblo16> or just switch to ubiquity gear :P
[00:35:50] <Miblo16> but, yeah that would be bad.
[00:35:53] <Miblo16> so do you
[00:35:56] <Miblo16> Blondie101010: you started assuming things since i got here
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[01:01:04] <RebelCoder> Dan39: no, once booted /boot is irrevlent
[01:01:07] <RebelCoder> media mail
[01:01:10] <RebelCoder> I was just thinking of more ways to lock down the system.
[01:01:13] <RebelCoder> ppf: that static member is several objects
[01:01:16] <RebelCoder> mobile_c http://rextester.com/MDSWBC81145
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[01:05:36] <stefanc_diff> bls, I wonder which off topic channel is best
[01:05:39] <stefanc_diff> if you do, then you have value semantics (e.g. assignment overwriting an object)
[01:05:42] <stefanc_diff> maybe bria in a vm / over rdp is a better way to go?
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[01:05:54] <phleagol9> in summer
[01:05:57] <phleagol9> Great for "quick and dirty hacking" but you'll still wish you got a RIGOL (or equivalent)
[01:06:00] <phleagol9> romainl: Before, I havent used any colorchemes. Now I have, but I want to turn off the backgroud coloring of the colorcheme
[01:06:03] <phleagol9> strtok_r modifies the string
[01:06:06] <phleagol9> perhaps unfenced could be a good default, with an added keyword to use when you do want to force fencing. I'm sure smarter people than myself have proposed this as one option...
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[01:16:05] <lucasrolff9> done: https://github.com/weechat/weechat/wiki/Triggers/_compare/a8ccffe7008ac644562bb50b5c851e3a8368d6e0
[01:16:09] <lucasrolff9> enojelly yeah differential scsi was different from parallel scsi .. but at least eg you could still use a 68lvd hd on a 50/68(non-lvd) controller if you plug it in the right methodwise
[01:16:12] <lucasrolff9> Basically asking for best practices, what do people usually commit and what do people usually ignore when they work in IDE.
[01:16:14] <lucasrolff9> olligobber: Isn't that just bind?
[01:16:17] <lucasrolff9> Which is ok-ish
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[01:42:39] <hreinnbeck15> Because if the latter I retract my comment about it being a good program
[01:42:42] <hreinnbeck15> so Nernst equation basically calculates the electric potential that this concentration gradient produces
[01:42:45] <hreinnbeck15> !s Screw Twitter
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[01:46:30] <djdv20> Does Redhat 6 have a quick grub.conf configuration check? Something like ubuntu's grub-check-script?
[01:46:33] <djdv20> I wonder if the code for these heuristics is open source
[01:46:36] <djdv20> sadly I can't upvote my own answers on SO
[01:46:39] <djdv20> for ZNC, SSLCertFile and SSLKeyFile both default to using the same file
[01:46:42] <djdv20> update your miner
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[01:55:57] <guidos> hm, I might buy an Arduino Uno clone from Aliexpress, just to experiment with
[01:55:59] <guidos> fopso: is that how you want it?
[01:56:02] <guidos> And you'd better believe that the answer youd' get from that would be waiting for you
[01:56:05] <guidos> their hosting is real crap
[01:56:08] <guidos> i have a bunch of python code, I copy and pasted from a template, it looks like this all on one line a,b,c,d...
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[02:44:18] <axk454522> i bet internally it uses: int c; while ((c = getchar()) != delim) { ...
[02:44:22] <axk454522> Hello! I'm a bit stuck on a type error (its silly though). Code <https://gist.github.com/khilanravani/9e6c4c415a69ddd4bd32dd9a40ddabe3> Error message from line 81. Can someone plz help me figure out the type binding? Thanks in advance!
[02:44:24] <axk454522> tejr: thank you!
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[02:55:37] <Kellin> Then again, I have no idea how steam works...
[02:55:40] <Kellin> SWE442: element os? it's one of those distros with its own custom DE
[02:55:43] <Kellin> /key has to handle all of the alternate ways to do the same thing
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[03:31:34] <darcyclarke_> But you can figure out how to do it for x < 0 I think
[03:31:37] <darcyclarke_> I've only used it with NetBSD so far.
[03:31:40] <darcyclarke_> no gary, thats cocaine
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[03:44:07] <sonne_> twainwek, we all email this program to and from one another click it twice to find out.
[03:44:10] <sonne_> ok that really c00000l
[03:44:13] <sonne_> is thread support mandatory from c++11?
[03:44:16] <sonne_> *am
[03:44:19] <sonne_> kamdard: You are here in #fedora-unregistered because you are not registered or identified with freenode. See https://freenode.net/kb/answer/registration or /msg nickserv help register for more information.
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[04:04:55] <kwake28> commandlinefu.com
[04:04:58] <kwake28> sauvin: Eh, well, I slipped my desktop login password twice in the past two days due to multi-device keyboard switching. Fortunately, /all/ of my passwords are very strong, and unique, and never the same.
[04:05:01] <kwake28> !omz > bloony
[04:05:04] <kwake28> that you find using find_package
[04:05:08] <kwake28> this is when i put disk in and start install and it ask if i want to try LUKE?
[04:05:10] <kwake28> Anyone who buys a computer from Apple without an SSD is being completely and utterly ripped off.
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[04:07:08] <Lazuratus13> i wish i took your advice more seriously haha
[04:07:11] <Lazuratus13> freebsd calls them lagg(4) (link aggregate) instead of trunk(4). which makes more sense
[04:07:14] <Lazuratus13> { call<[]{}>(); } template<auto F> void call() { F(); }
[04:07:17] <Lazuratus13> If it's not in path won't do any good in the script anyway, unless he wants to get fancy
[04:07:20] <Lazuratus13> to make it easier
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[04:13:03] <Deruyter20> detha, yeap !
[04:13:05] <Deruyter20> magic_ninja: cross product implies you are already dealing with 3D vectors tho
[04:13:09] <Deruyter20> the ol classic "privatize, cut taxes, cut govt spending"
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[04:39:25] <tnt23> Zr40: Should this /0 also be /24? https://dpaste.de/GPmT#L14 I don't have a database called replication.
[04:39:28] <tnt23> Ever heard a well-acclimatised blind person speed-read, Holo? :)
[04:39:30] <tnt23> And *I* get the confirmations, order info, and customer surveys.
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[04:53:14] <jayray14> VET on Binance at 0.00000233 BTC; 3.56% over 24 hours on 3906.709 BTC volume
[04:53:18] <jayray14> oh interesting, micro.blog has book permalinks that redirect to amazon etc, like tantek's isbn short urls. eg https://micro.blog/books/9780521120265
[04:53:26] <jayray14> General metric spaces are just meh. For instance the topology alone won't tell you whether a sequence is Cauchy... unless the space is compact.
[04:53:30] <jayray14> hdqn: https://github.com/romainl/the-patient-vimmer/blob/gh-pages/0.adoc#installation-on-linux-bsd (not sure if it's still up-to-date)
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[05:11:03] <decldev21> martian67: huh; I thought it did
[05:11:06] <decldev21> watching it crumble would only really help if he was the type of person to ever thing "well, I dun goofed".
[05:11:09] <decldev21> Why would you save a password in a script rather than pass it as a variable to the script upon execution?
[05:11:13] <decldev21> I installed a package from the command-line (downloaded deb). after removing it i cannot install it directly from "universe" now that I've enabled it. help.
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[08:09:53] <Everspace> How do I add the irc bridge to a chat? It didn't allow me to
[08:09:55] <Everspace> DisruptiveNL: feel free to learn C first
[08:09:59] <Everspace> whats probably the easiest way to randomly generate integers with a somewhat uniform (not perfectly) distribution of number of digits?
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[08:15:17] <skydrome9> nacc: i don't know, i just know when i reopen my laptop there is an password prompt. this prompt is different than the "cold boot" login
[08:15:19] <skydrome9> you asked why. that's why.
[08:15:22] <skydrome9> I'm going to install the drivers on the client. I'll get back to you guys on whether or not it was a success, or if more needs to be done.
[08:15:24] <skydrome9> si claro :)
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[08:24:12] <eroen13> noooo, my CL was so close to making branch point :(
[08:24:15] <eroen13> yes, this time no backtrace, just OOM i gues...
[08:24:18] <eroen13> well, you can play around with that setup
[08:24:21] <eroen13> Let's take debian apt sources list files, as an example. They're just text files, but if they aren't named with .list, they don't work.
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[09:01:19] <ihre10> I'm still using my 2007 PC i built
[09:01:22] <ihre10> Or car
[09:01:25] <ihre10> and it wouldnt complain about "boot modules" anyway...
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[09:37:13] <shengyao25> dmwit: does scientific have things that might work?
[09:37:16] <shengyao25> that says
[09:37:19] <shengyao25> charge phone once a week was awesome
[09:37:22] <shengyao25> Bunk: is it firefox or some other oversized multiplatform "oh gee some random platform sucks at this, so we better reimplement it badly and use that even on proper working platforms" sort of application?
[09:37:25] <shengyao25> idk you have old cpu tbh
[09:37:28] <shengyao25> dka: i think dig always bypasses the /etc/hosts file, as it's a tool to query name servers
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[09:51:52] <runjutsu> and being better off towards the world so we can live here a little while longer
[09:51:55] <runjutsu> idwer: /mode #channel q and read through the list
[09:51:58] <runjutsu> Failed to create surface from DRM object: 18 (invalid parameter).
[09:52:01] <runjutsu> smol
[09:52:04] <runjutsu> Anybody know how to extract a multi-part RAR in ubuntu?
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[10:18:17] <gacekjk11> like /dev/sda1/partition1
[10:18:19] <gacekjk11> KipperedSnack, we're not meth heads
[10:18:22] <gacekjk11> nicholatian, can you /nick to it now please?
[10:18:25] <gacekjk11> so many rude people come to ##law and demand we help them
[10:18:29] <gacekjk11> and then she took off
[10:18:32] <gacekjk11> hahainternet, its better than asm.
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[10:28:58] <MarkOtaris24> if not i'm sure the things you don't know are only fcc rules
[10:29:00] <MarkOtaris24> Psi-Jack, come on, he was trying to help someone
[10:29:07] <MarkOtaris24> timemage, oh I believe there won't be any need to slim this code down further - I have thrown out SoftwareSerial and basically copy-pasted the USI example code, along with printNumber from arduino's Print.cpp, modified it a bit and modified my code to use the new functions, and it compiles to 2096 bytes, as opposed to the massive 3536 bytes with SoftSerial! good thing I don't have to fit it into a tiny24 :) don't know yet if it works or not, ...
[10:29:07] <MarkOtaris24> gonna have
[10:29:10] <MarkOtaris24> and that's gradually getting applied to other constructs, I forget which ones
[10:29:12] <MarkOtaris24> so when you manually boot the USB in the BIOS, you select to boot the USB with UEFI mode
[10:29:15] <MarkOtaris24> SPACE_AIDS: in general, there is an attempt to keep a somewhat professional tone on this channel.
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[10:58:25] <fooctrl12> in the worlds weirdest outline
[10:58:28] <fooctrl12> I did a bit of investigation and corrected one problem I found -- the DHCP range overlapped with some static addresses I had set. But I'm not sure if that was the root cause
[10:58:31] <fooctrl12> yea if usd = 0.00001$
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[11:00:05] <aboll_> hence often >/dev/null 2>&1 in cronjob commands
[11:00:08] <aboll_> Solved it already, kind of. Will have to check on non-sar=1 video first though.
[11:00:11] <aboll_> t 60?
[11:00:14] <aboll_> Problem is, once it goes into ddb, I can't input anything anymore. The IPMI's KVM thing does probably provide a virtual usb keyb, and ddb probably expects ps2.
[11:00:17] <aboll_> hi, i'm trying to figure out how IP interfaces work: if i have a wifi interface wlp3s0 and a WireGuard interface wg0, how does the kernel know which one to use?
[11:00:20] <aboll_> capillary dilation of the so-called blush response?
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[11:05:36] <rory_> you can use quotes instead
[11:05:39] <rory_> dont use remote desktop
[11:05:42] <rory_> gaⅼаxies arе nоt ⅾoing Alⅼaһ is ԁoinɡ
[11:05:46] <rory_> DreamGirly: in here we have +mz, so regular users can only see us ops talking
[11:05:48] <rory_> why does x = 12/14?
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[11:13:30] <bbhoss> https://qbin.io/dash-quotes-osj3
[11:13:33] <bbhoss> checking cpu usage of router during a large dl right quick
[11:13:36] <bbhoss> TC JW not cutting it
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[11:39:29] <deniska3> "AP mode" is, well, how your home "wireless router" behaves
[11:39:32] <deniska3> re useful: "enough" others find they like what it provides.
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[11:39:35] <jtb16> erikd, is there an easy way to thank the oriinal author?
[11:39:35] <deniska3> freer is nice, but no one uses it, so
[11:39:38] <jtb16> gentauro: [2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11]
[11:39:39] <deniska3> chomwitt: Good luck
[11:39:40] <jtb16> epony: :)
[11:39:44] <jtb16> nhd15 can fit tho
[11:39:47] <jtb16> job is not ԁoiᥒg Alⅼɑh iѕ doing
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[11:49:39] <matto> Pentode, runs good hasnt froze up yet. MPV looks like mplayer.
[11:49:42] <matto> this is the unit i want to power https://www.elfa.se/sv/dc-dc-omvandlare-vdc-vdc-15-vdc-recom-ri-0515s/p/11034607?channel=b2c&price_gs=84.475&wt_mc=se.cse.gshop.sv.-&source=googleps&ext_cid=shgooaqsesv-na&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI-JjxzNPW3AIVx6iaCh1fYwNBEAQYASABEgKZ3PD_BwE
[11:49:45] <matto> Come for the electronics, stay for the fire.
[11:49:48] <matto> nice is a nice linux application
[11:49:52] <matto> lovesunny: no worries
[11:49:54] <matto> jim: Yes it is, but why an error looks like that ?
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[12:04:33] <anthony2512> was reading about someone who split their chatlogs on a daily basis
[12:04:36] <anthony2512> Starcraftmazter, what is the issue?
[12:04:39] <anthony2512> Such switches have largely always been fiction
[12:04:42] <anthony2512> hmm what about the minis
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[12:25:15] <bimawa2> darkmeson: Powerline adapters didn't work well for me. They were topping out at around 150Mbps - even the "2Gbps" ones. Tried 3 different brands. It's the wiring in my house. WiFi is MUCH faster
[12:25:17] <bimawa2> that for sure it is aware of
[12:25:19] <bimawa2> xsperry: yup, I installed everything through stack
[12:25:22] <bimawa2> i think no need to consider seq[0,1] now... consider P[0,1] (the power set) instead...
[12:25:25] <bimawa2> AlexMax: CLI using "apt-cache search ..." or "apt-cache search -n ..." (searches names only)
[12:25:29] <bimawa2> SuperSonicSound : and via bases `|R^m >-~-> U' and `|R^n >-~-> V', we can then reexpress a linear transformation `U >---> V' as a linear transformation `|R^m >---> |R^n' (which "is" an `n'-by-`m' matrix), and vice versa
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[12:48:36] <chuuna> what would i need more than 24v for?
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[13:17:55] <jbmorley19> you can't DERIVE it
[13:17:58] <jbmorley19> it took it too personal I guess
[13:18:01] <jbmorley19> uh, write it where
[13:18:04] <jbmorley19> Apachez: no you can't
[13:18:07] <jbmorley19> i baffled a guy just the other day with 172.16/12. it's in the same damn rfc and virtually every good site than mentions 192.168/16 will mention the other two as well.
[13:18:10] <jbmorley19> git push origin release;
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[13:31:45] <draget15> there are all sorts of companies that have official channels here
[13:31:48] <draget15> whats teh 10 Gbps limt for cat6 again? 180ft?
[13:31:51] <draget15> Let f(x)=2x^3+5x+3. Find x if f^-1(x)=1
[13:31:54] <draget15> then an empty line
[13:31:57] <draget15> Karan_Narula: You are here in #fedora-unregistered because you are not registered or identified with freenode. See https://freenode.net/kb/answer/registration or /msg nickserv help register for more information.
[13:32:00] <draget15> Some people argue that fixed sized unsigned numbers are strictly worse.
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[14:32:39] <NomenEstOmen13> I don't know what pollen is in my area but I'm thinking about starting a weight loss business based on high volume nose run
[14:32:41] <NomenEstOmen13> Need a new online game to blow off some steam
[14:32:44] <NomenEstOmen13> implementation details. what matters is the semantics
[14:32:47] <NomenEstOmen13> after I fix this, the next step will be reading from the output of the program...
[14:32:50] <NomenEstOmen13> so apparently windows leaves the wol setting in a weird state that the linux driver can't handle. disabling it with ethtool resets that, and after the next reboot i got my network back
[14:32:53] <NomenEstOmen13> never forget
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[14:47:52] <ankitpsaraogi> https
[14:47:55] <ankitpsaraogi> EriC^^: is that a command on the terminal
[14:47:58] <ankitpsaraogi> it's like you set one of the generators to 1
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[15:33:00] <janx10> or using ipv6 on an obscure address really
[15:33:03] <janx10> slackin: gcc -march=native -E -v - </dev/null 2>&1 | grep cc1
[15:33:06] <janx10> i.e. not in that extra location
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[15:34:21] <smiba1> I am trying to set it up, I am able to sendmail using msmtp
[15:34:24] <smiba1> and most of the ageism comes about due to people getting raises/promotions simply for showing up. it means the older you are the higher salary you end up demanding. so all things skill wise being equal, it makes more sense to hire a younger person.
[15:34:26] <smiba1> sometimes, they did not work so we got Ciscos
[15:34:29] <smiba1> I guess I see what you might be getting at
[15:34:32] <smiba1> Mochi101: 42
[15:34:35] <smiba1> meaning if i ground to a 5v wire
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[16:32:47] <mjlee6> almost between every item watched you have to restart the app unless you are binge watching a single show
[16:32:54] <mjlee6> merijn: Set the last significant 4 bits of the base to 0.
[16:33:01] <mjlee6> Also I think the best way to think about derivatives is "best linear approximation"
[16:33:07] <mjlee6> peetaur2, no
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[19:13:31] <David15219> Good morning, as I do to force the minimum amount of 0.2xmr
[19:13:36] <David15219> actually current shunt will probly explode the battery
[19:13:46] <David15219> my printer consistently prints things to about 95% scale, and as far as I can see it doesn't have any scaling option to disable this behaviour. is there a way to configure CUPS to scale everything up before sending it to the printer?
[19:13:49] <David15219> The pyramids were actually rejuvination chambers for the Gods, not meant to be Tombs originally.
[19:13:56] <David15219> vimplication: Vim Plug.
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[21:41:00] <swa_work25> also tagbar + airline while always show which function you're in which is handy as well
[21:41:05] <swa_work25> lamefun2: it doesn't detect overflows
[21:41:16] <swa_work25> yea 5kh
[21:41:23] <swa_work25> rref(A)
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[21:57:59] <vitoravelino11> ararar5: resize underlying storage, and then btrfs command to resize btrfs
[21:57:59] <vitoravelino11> so that it still works after the universe's heat death ;)
[21:57:59] <vitoravelino11> log(c) + 5/2 log(T) + 5/2 < 0 <=> log(T) < 1 - 2/5 log(c) <=> T < exp(1 - 2/5 log(c))
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[22:15:00] <Dominionionion5> anarcat: +S
[22:15:05] <Dominionionion5> time to
[22:15:10] <Dominionionion5> That too, though you can do cookies with curl/wget if you're motivated enough.
[22:15:19] <Dominionionion5> drop the class?
[22:15:22] <Dominionionion5> i think you need #termux.
[22:15:27] <Dominionionion5> that's why they're order 12, they go a,a^2,a^3,...a^12=1
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[22:40:24] <ThatOtherGuy15> ||cw: the client seeing a socket timeout, within the pci zone each request is serverd with 200 ok
[22:40:28] <ThatOtherGuy15> i wanna play uno :D
[22:40:31] <ThatOtherGuy15> and g+w?
[22:40:38] <ThatOtherGuy15> garyzeasshole: join my facebook group, "christian gun owning fathers against sesame street fags"!
[22:40:45] <ThatOtherGuy15> or retreat to my heavily armed compound up in the woods in [REDACTED]
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[23:17:10] <CryptoSiD20> jsonV: Sure thing!
[23:17:13] <CryptoSiD20> ok, yep.
[23:17:19] <CryptoSiD20> though sometimes the radiance of haskell also affects your sanity
[23:17:24] <CryptoSiD20> he just won the exchange.
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[23:53:30] <sdstrowes17> Guys i have simple question. Is mouse visual pointer handled in main gnome-shell process?
[23:53:39] <sdstrowes17> also - resource handles
[23:53:46] <sdstrowes17> mobile_c: then you should not be getting any errors about arm64 repos
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