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[00:53:49] *** speak13 <speak13!~speak@200.84.156.63> has joined #lwjgl
[00:53:49] <speak13> I open fb less than two times every week
[00:53:54] <speak13> a hairdry gets surprisingly hot tbh
[00:54:00] <speak13> looks like EEPROM.put() would work?
[00:54:05] <speak13> jay_: There is also a possiblity that you do not need to install anything. are you certain that the device isn't working?
[00:54:09] <speak13> Pick a nice font for your resume.
[00:54:18] <speak13> is there a dev channel for plugins
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[01:00:17] <jga_25> that's ridicuous, but you probably know it
[01:00:21] <jga_25> what type of raid is this, I assume fakeraid and not software or hardware raid
[01:00:27] <jga_25> while being binary distribution
[01:00:31] <jga_25> phadej, I kind of don't understand the commit-by-default parsing libraries
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[01:56:17] <aksnowman> or nat overload
[01:56:20] <aksnowman> https://m.xkcd.com/2030/
[01:56:26] <aksnowman> i want to eat pizza
[01:56:35] <aksnowman> definitely a font bug
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[02:13:21] <manish2> you're not talking to me
[02:13:30] <manish2> mrdata_: what frequency was he operating?
[02:13:37] <manish2> this is all in the docs, if you read it
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[02:25:24] <Neico10> I don't know if the dual numbers have a priori any sort of topological structure. The topological structure of C is recovered from the algebraic structure by using the algebraic norm, which is the square of the modulus of a complex number.
[02:25:29] <Neico10> discrete categories aren't even that discrete
[02:25:37] <Neico10> that's literally the only problem I see with the new Code, Dagmar
[02:25:46] <Neico10> but here: https://hackage.haskell.org/package/hsqml-demo-samples-0.3.4.0/src/src/Factorial1.hs
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[03:07:29] <haza-w28> it will be in the crash report
[03:07:32] <haza-w28> Soliton, by argument you mean i should have it as -$@ ?
[03:07:35] <haza-w28> (all 14 vector space axioms)
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[03:13:12] <wonko7716> the i3 will be slower, mainly because it only has 2 cores, but still not by a huge amount in most tasks - the older i7 will be faster, but will also chew much more power, so inferior battery life
[03:13:15] <wonko7716> im guessing its where, for the final exam, the student are dropped in some remote island with nothing but their clothes, a piece of paper with a single difficult analysis question, and a pen. The students are then told they have three days to write an answer when the helicopter arrives, and that anyone who got the answer wrong or showed up late will be refused entry to the helicopter.
[03:13:18] <wonko7716> Marco\ do you think Apple will stay on a 3 year case design cycle?
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[03:18:16] <dagb3> vr is just too expensive, end of story
[03:18:21] <dagb3> cᥙstoⅿеrs arе ᥒot dοing Аⅼlaһ is doіnɡ
[03:18:25] <dagb3> ash_worksi, this is exactly how it works if you :set mouse=
[03:18:28] <dagb3> gopal__: investigate hci0: command 0x0a0a tx timeout
[03:18:34] <dagb3> Does it help that I know what MHz clock was set to the fuses when it started to burn as I am assuming whatever the Sanguino package included that I added to the Arduino IDE is whatever the external clock was burned to in the fuses
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[03:53:22] <rancyd17> Sven_vB: One thing to consider, the timestamp will only reflect the value when it was displayed to the screen, to get current time press enter on a blank prompt
[03:53:30] <rancyd17> kjetilho: pg_default might not be the db's default tablespace
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[08:24:39] <thet_m16> so whats so difficult about redoing the same creat etable command ?
[08:24:44] <thet_m16> Branes: wouldn't this mean OS X would run in Workstation on any EFI Pc now then :
[08:24:47] <thet_m16> back in the late 90s / early 2000s
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[08:55:11] <ttkpy19> shaeon - 88.1.96.77 (ES - netname: RIMA)
[08:55:21] <ttkpy19> but if you have Any -> Any, the scales tip in the other ... thing?
[08:55:28] <ttkpy19> hey all, I have a weird issue. I suddenly have two buffer-lists on the left?
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[10:38:28] <tranzemc> Penguin: especially annoying with martial arts movies
[10:38:36] <tranzemc> pppingme: because that tool makes a distinction and has two different pages for one vs the other
[10:38:40] <tranzemc> thus it would be possible to write other core libs that do similar things, without changing the compiler
[10:38:44] <tranzemc> Ah whoops. 5{p;q;}
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[11:33:49] <TacoGS14> *referring
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[12:23:56] <BaronKrause19> I was out looking for walnut trees so I can have a plan in early october maybe to collect some
[12:23:57] <BaronKrause19> that would actually make me want to buy one
[12:24:07] <BaronKrause19> the last time I was in Japan, it was for a wedding. Holy shit. I'm used to format, but this was *so* formal, I was afraid of leaning back in my chair, not being sure if that's against protocol?
[12:24:14] <BaronKrause19> aro: if it pings then i'd look at firwall rules blocking forwarding
[12:24:23] <BaronKrause19> it's at least 3 more words in length than loop so you've gained total info
[12:24:30] <BaronKrause19> that happened on my mac too after upgrading to high sierra, I had to disable quarantine
[12:24:36] <BaronKrause19> vim "intellisense" is crude at best
[12:24:44] <BaronKrause19> I agree, monochrom
[12:24:51] <BaronKrause19> [ Year one : cut your dick - YouTube ] - www.youtube.com
[12:24:59] <BaronKrause19> It's not that they're idiots per se, it's that they're overwhelmingly people with... odd agendas, at least the ones who visit here
[12:25:04] <BaronKrause19> So if all superblocks are corrupt - then there is no hope? Blondie101010 tomorrow__
[12:25:13] <BaronKrause19> DanteD, I dont understand the question
[12:25:16] <BaronKrause19> http://ngx.cc/r/ssl && http://nginx.org/en/docs/http/configuring_https_servers.html && Using something other than letsencrypt? If you're here asking questions, you should probably be using letsencrypt. https://letsencrypt.org/getting-started/
[12:25:22] <BaronKrause19> if you want lead-free finish, or the fancy ENIG finish, the price increases 2x or 3x
[12:25:28] <BaronKrause19> jim: how did you get an image with wifi ? if I ever want to download say elementary OS with wifi, how do I do that? (percentage done 10.72%)
[12:25:34] <BaronKrause19> or just the script itself
[12:25:38] <BaronKrause19> maybe a netflix mini-series
[12:25:48] <BaronKrause19> Lope: 'id' 'ls -ld /dir', 'cd /dir'
[12:25:55] <BaronKrause19> IRCnew my latest video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkuMDGFn-aQ, hosted by element14
[12:26:02] <BaronKrause19> while you can do it, there are usually better ways
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[13:12:33] <grym18> Mr_Fury: thats bullshit on so many levels
[13:12:36] <grym18> peetaur2: Wrong
[13:12:43] <grym18> i meant the basic shell case design of a NAS, not actually a NAS
[13:12:50] <grym18> XATRIX: what do you mean "another" IP?
[13:13:01] <grym18> python3.7 get-pip.py
[13:13:09] <grym18> how do i make a complete backup of everything in weechat
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[13:38:26] <Appleman123425> i always enjoyed DE from perspective of nonlinear dynamics, you may want to read strogatz if you want a "dumbed down" (i.e. not super rigorous) version
[13:38:34] <Appleman123425> jp: 2 more lines ( http://ix.io/1l8W )
[13:38:38] <Appleman123425> $ vim -q <(!!)
[13:38:43] <Appleman123425> or some shit
[13:38:50] <Appleman123425> in case of parallel lines you declare that point as infinity
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[14:32:59] <kcud_dab18> It's easier to just make a nickserv account
[14:33:02] <kcud_dab18> Viper-7, what happened?
[14:33:09] <kcud_dab18> use a paste site dude
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[15:12:51] <VSpike14> this is c, you didn't create a type alias.
[15:13:00] <VSpike14> now if only zsh had a sane syntax
[15:13:04] <VSpike14> UUID - it is "sticked" to filesystem
[15:13:13] <VSpike14> I need to get out of this apartment before it burns to the ground.
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[15:14:20] <mhugo20> if wine will not work i try to get a linux version. Its pretty hard to contakt them so it will take a while but i let you know.
[15:14:28] <mhugo20> int-e: what does that mean? mapping fail to the exceptional case of the monad transformer
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[15:28:29] <damnlie3> python476: yes, I know it's near the knuckle
[15:28:37] <damnlie3> google "irc user modes" should be some list with all of them
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[15:47:29] <Brett_> I'll also leave 2 hours early and will be paid
[15:47:37] <Brett_> <package manager> search ftp
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[16:06:28] *** oldsk00l13 <oldsk00l13!~oldsk00l@121.185.234.156> has joined #lwjgl
[16:06:29] <oldsk00l13> In current, yes.
[16:06:37] <oldsk00l13> Sapphirus: yeah screw people that want some fair treatment, especially if it might mean your benefits are reduced!
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[16:47:58] <ntfreak6> https://pastebin.com/1HZh97RZ
[16:48:06] <ntfreak6> Nei: What is „deact“?
[16:48:13] <ntfreak6> aliljet: You probably need to tell xargs to process the command one argument at a time, with 'xargs -n1'. Also, #bash may be able to help more.
[16:48:22] <ntfreak6> .seen Corpo
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[17:32:22] <bartholin26> happens ;)
[17:32:31] <bartholin26> cristian_c: just for a check, which groups?
[17:32:36] <bartholin26> esselfe: does apt cache gets deleted auto?
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[19:11:28] <MrJones3> d/dx f(x) = f'(x); d/dy f(x) is something else
[19:11:33] <MrJones3> I feel too overwhelmed
[19:11:40] <MrJones3> simukis_w: no.
[19:11:47] <MrJones3> If the domain group F is *free*, then you can send each thing in a free-generating set for F to whatever you like in any group G you like (G need not be free), and a well defined unique homomorphism results... that's the great and essential thing aboug free groups.
[19:11:51] <MrJones3> dff: https://github.com/drduh/macOS-Security-and-Privacy-Guide#full-disk-encryption\
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[19:21:27] <wolfiR3> Dan Carlin has a nice podcast on that
[19:21:31] <wolfiR3> Z-module, all right. I guess, to wrap this up? Would you say Axler's Linear Algebra done right make a good combination? I've seen them and Shilov's Linear Algebra recommended,
[19:21:41] <wolfiR3> why not? surely the postal service shouldn't be able to track houses
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[19:24:06] <Schoumi3> rio ah ty :/
[19:24:12] <Schoumi3> In that case, I don't know what the for loop is iterating over.
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[19:50:27] <lin__13> onetwothree: How is a line bounded by the circle?
[19:50:36] <lin__13> emaczen: you need it to work in the day too?
[19:50:43] <lin__13> regardless, the meaning of basis should be entirely unambiguous
[19:50:50] <lin__13> Nah, they go through that as well.
[19:50:57] <lin__13> pretty much all of them are
[19:51:05] <lin__13> pingfloyd: basically, I wanted to have the flip-screen feature of mintty. Which allows switching between the regular screen and the alternate buffer.
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[19:55:55] <irclogger_com> ScottKevill, i dunno, i was single-digits old, and only knew a handful of rich kids/families that had even something 'basic' like a little old mac or even pre-mac, or a c64 or atari even :)
[19:56:04] <irclogger_com> does anyone know a simple intuitive map to linux systems?
[19:56:11] <irclogger_com> the container comes up when I kill dnsmasq ... but then complains about no dns service. Anyone got a clue what Im missing?
[19:56:17] <irclogger_com> I'm lazy too
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[20:40:01] <tomocha___21> nothing like that with apache2?
[20:40:08] <tomocha___21> Classes are the right solution even if your *only* goal is a consistent naming+typing scheme for an API that applies to several types.
[20:40:18] <tomocha___21> *on* idris or *in* idris?
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[20:41:54] <jkt3> skyroveRR: huh?
[20:42:03] <jkt3> Okay I will try later
[20:42:13] <jkt3> skyroveRR just your averag joe or joeanne
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[20:48:01] <st4ll1> or what numbers
[20:48:04] <st4ll1> @pl \a b -> b * a - 2
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[20:48:05] <jkridner> Caelum: do you have kde-plasma/plasma-workspace installed? that's what provides /usr/share/xsessions/plasma.desktop on the system i have plasa on
[20:48:08] <jkridner> but I'm fine installing it in the src list
[20:48:13] <st4ll1> hexchat = gtk, konversations = qt5, irssi/weechat = terminal
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[20:55:26] <thresh17> hehe... the US is such a putz of a country
[20:55:35] <thresh17> rafasc: I had already pushed to the server... :-|
[20:55:44] <thresh17> hihihihahahaa
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[21:29:25] <numberten19> I guess it updates every hour
[21:29:30] <numberten19> !alis #ubuntu-touch
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[22:48:57] <ambrosia25> though i have them all set to use it.
[22:49:08] <ambrosia25> a____ptr: For the torus it is indeed 0.
[22:49:13] <ambrosia25> TheLoneMilkMan: thanks for your suggestion. I'm excited to get back on track with C++
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