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Why didn't it work out?
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>>62342682
What didn't work out?
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>>62342707
The bait.

So I was playing around and created image related.
I want to make it my BIOS splash. I realize I will have to cut the color depth down to 16 colors, so I figured I'd posterize or stroke out the skull.
Problem is I'm having a hell of a time finding something that will save in 4bpp/16 color format. Suggestions?
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I suggest you kill yourself.
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>>62342693
does it hurt, strangling on anonys massive thinkdick?

HELP! My phone keeps vibrating for an entire 15 seconds then stops for about 10 seconds. I already tried restarting it. Any suggestions?
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Stick in in your ass.
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I suggest you kill yourself.
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Give it back [stereotypical name]

>scp home directory with all my node projects
>forget about node_modules/
>57 projects

scp has been going for over an hour now.
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>>62342394
Item #:SCP-3976

Object Class:Euclid

Special Containment Procedures:SCP-3976 is to be left running on a computer located at Site 89 until further notice.

Description:SCP-3976 refers to a command line program written for GNU/Linux Computer systems, visually identical to Secure Copy. However, once executed, SCP-3976 will continue to run indefinitely, unable to be stopped until the target server is rendered unusable. The only way to halt SCP-3976 otherwise is to forcefully power down the computer it is running on, in which case SCP-3976 will cause irreversible electrical damage to the client and the server.
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>>62342394
should have rsync'd senpai
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>>62342394
Tar it up first.

Hey guess, I'm building a guitar cabinet and almost done, I'd like to add LED strips like this but where is the power supply the LED lights are supposedly connected to in this photo? The strip just seems to be like it's just in a ring not connected to anything.
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Here is another example
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So here's where my question less, the led strip on this is connected to the power supply which can be seen where the little black dog is, I don't want that and just don't want the power supply visible like the first two
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Just drill a hole in a corner of the speaker cabinet and pull the wire though. Put the power supply inside the cabinet

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2 days
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>>62341310
¿que?
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>>62341310

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Any of you guys got one of these? How is it? Does it run Linux well?
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>>62340313

No it only run Chrome
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>>62340330
You can put Linux on it
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>>62340341

It says Chrome on laptop, only run Chrome. It has too many chromosomes for Linux

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Why is nobody shilling for MX Linux? It is Debian based, systemd free and has one click botnet drivers install. Default Xfce theme is ugly though. Same goes for their site. I guess this is the main reason why it is so obscure.
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Also underrated distros thread.
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>trusting an underused distro
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>>62340306
it is made by the same guys who made antiX which is kinda an old distro.
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>>62340306
I don't really trust any of these tiny distros. They come and go every year or two. Especially since a lot of them are just DE showcases that have no need to be full distros.

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Hey /g/. Does anyone know how to create a bot?
Thanks
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>>62339688
wut
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>>62339688
install gentoo
program the bot in lisp

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Does /g/ monitor the use of all sensitive or otherwise privileged commands on their systems?
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No, I don't share my computer with my mom.
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No. At work, sure, we have tons of monitoring and auditing setups for security. At home where it's just me and requires a key to get in? No, no point.
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>>62339558
If someone could use privileged commands they could bypass your logger.

Is there any way to force Nougat to allow background tasks in intervals shorter than 15 minutes? I'm trying to set up some tcp port tests for my equipment in Florida so I can log power outage remotely during the hurricane, but 15 minute intervals isn't granular enough.
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Anyone?...
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Sorry man, looks like its hardcoded.
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>>62339097
just record it locally at the rate you want and every 15 minutes send all the data from that interval over tcp

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That's nice. Retard.
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>>62338815
Welcome to the internet newfriend
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wow thanks to you I found one of the most upvoted stackoverflow answers of all time

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I have been meaning to get into programming for years but don't know where to start. I heard python is a good starting tool.

What should I do /g/?
I was thinking some afk bots for games that emulate keyboard and mouse?
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>>62338746
codecademy
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>>62338746
you need a base first try codeacademy, then either coursera, udacity

then start solving some problems on code chef or hackerrank

remember its going to take consistent and constant work to get good

Make it a hobby and good luck man

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So im trying to update the BIOS on my computer from 2013, I googled my motherboard model number but its showing 3 separate motherboards with different BIOS and i have no idea what to do send help
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BUMPING FOR HELP
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>>62338714
Open the case and look for the model number on the motherboard, the revision number will be written on it. Also there's no reason to update your BIOS if you don't need it. Also
>>>/g/sqt
Now delet dis.

I would like to create a website with python, now I recently started to code in Python and would like to make a dynamic site with it if its possible, nothing to big.

I only did static ones so far and that was mostly using a free template and then customizing and rearranging stuff.

It would be more a proof of concept and was planning on hosting it on Github since its free.

So any good books on the subject ?
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>>62338364

You want Flask

the official documentation is really good and enough to get you started and I would check out Pretty Printed on Youtube.

Should be enough to get you started
you will only be able to host static html on Github though

Heroku will host a small site for next to nothing
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>>62338527
ok tnx
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>>62338690

Np!

Pycharm is a fantastic IDE for Python Web programming and the community edition is free

It really helps with testing and organization

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