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• Anon bought a bootleg GBA cart >>62204502
• Anon gets a backpacking water backpack
• Anon posts webm of his new lockpick set >>62205298 >>62205450
• Time for some Chinese teas! >>62205494 >>62205575 >>62205665
• Anon shows off his new soldering stand and watch repair tool kit >>62213960
• Anon bought a Chinky violin and plans to learn how to play it >>62211700
• Anon recommends the iFive Mini for mango reading >>62217237
• Anon shows off his Chinese violins and gives buying advice on them >>62217621 >>62217682
Previous thread >>62204443
OP, I got your back:
Any of you nerds know how to get unlimited tethering on tmobile through windows 10? Just a got a new android phone and it seems nougat is reporting my tethering. Before I did the ttl 65 trick but it seems it doesn't work due to the new os. Clockworkmod also disconnects me on heavy downloads.
Why are Japanease allowed to have a waifu OS?
Does /g/ do neural networks?
Which libraries can you recommend?
Bonus points for c++ api, good documentation and ability to define your own activation function out of primitives (so that the derivation can also be automated).
Currently looking at tensorflow - seems not too well documented for c++ though, but has the other parts down.
[spoiler]Pic related the waifu I am going to build desu
>be linux user
>notice screen tearing
>adjust compositor config
>notice screen tearing
>no way to change config
>spend $500 on a new gpu
>screen tearing is still there
Is it autistic to make fake OS's because you are too dumb to learn how to make a real one?
Currently working on a fake w95 era "OS".
>make fake OS's
what kind of autism is this
You mean styling some linux vm up for desktop or workflow stills? Show some of your work.
I'm looking to separate my BCH from my BTC cold storage (finally), and I'm not interested in compromising the BTC key. I know Armory Wallet has built in support for offline tx via generating the tx online then signing it offline (which is what the Ledger does), but I don't want to touch my BTC and just want to split my BCH from that key. Is there an alternative that will allow me to specifically do offline BCH transactions?
I'm not buying a ledger just for this purpose and do not have one, so that isn't an option.
Posting here because my question is specifically about technology, not money.
Can we decide this once and for all? What's the best E2E messaging app?
Wire is more feature-filled and doesn't need a phone number but everybody talks about how they're just a bunch of corporate shills. They're FOSS though?
I think it looks pretty good. I'm less concerned with aesthetics and more with security though.
I don't care what Signal does better if they're just going to hand over my phone number.
Post your programming language tiers here.
My first time was OK, left for about 6 months.
Now, I barely last a week, and then get back to this shithole.
Have you tried?
What's with the movement away from GCC onto Clang recently?
Open and DragonFly BSDs making the move from GCC too, when is Linux to follow?
NetBSD don't give a shit and OBSD will potentially will never use it in stable as they support way more platform than clang
Is now a good time to buy Xiaomi Yi 4k action camera or should I wait until GoPro releases their new model which supposedly is in this month.
this website is so fuckign shit
>only supports literally the older fucking codec for webm
>only supports 2MB (not really, have to reencode to get it below like 1.7 before it accepts it)
>meanwhile GIF is allowed 3MB
>doesnt support raw MP4 hosting
>doesnt embed any video host except youtube
the irony being that youtube (the only site they fucking accept) uses VP9 so you cant even just download teh webm version of a video, or make a quick webm from a youtube video, you still have to reencode
>boards nobody cares about
Great job, Google, you fucking pile of shit.
Can someone tell me if tor really makes browsing anonymous?