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38217 No.1588   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

How many people here program? What languages?
I like to use Python and Objective-C.

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I use c++ ...although i originally started with Java but i really didn't liked it

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very dependent on what I'm trying to do. for compiled languages, c/c++ or java. for server side interpreted stuff, PHP. client side interpreted, I love using javascript to mess with the HTML DOM.



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good evening, /tech/nomages.
recently im having a nuisance with Win7. i downlaoded it from TPB and installed it (rather) normally, without a key. to get rid of the activation i used some WATremover and all went fine until some days ago. everytime i open up editor, imagepreview or some other MS software it pops up a message that i dont have a legit version. (see pic, tho its german)

any way to get rid of those popups?

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>>1396
Which edition? Ultimate? Enterprise?

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>>1396
In that case, feel free to upload it. It would be handy to have Desuchan as a backup in case of some sort of possible HDD failure or the likes. Also, I still need to reinstall Win7 on my laptop, so go right ahead.

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I would prefer you didn't. The RETAIL/RTM iso is so easy to get it's ridiculous. And as for patching, if you follow this link you can download the DAZ loader directly from DAZ, It was completely painless to install and brain dead easy to boot. http://forums.mydigitallife.info/threads/8632-Program-based-Windows-7-loader?s=7b71fe27e11c937a82918b318a7d1a41

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>>1400
Good point. However, just for the sake of downloading speeds, if someone were to upload both the loader and RTM .iso to Desuchan, they would download a hell of a load faster than any torrent file.
I get like 3-4MB/s here, it's crazy.

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fo Mysticode



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185826 No.1446   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

How many computers do you have? Do you have them networked?

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Intel Quad core server - Windows Server 2008 R2 "Ranka"
Dell 5150 Dual Pentium 4 - Windows Server 2008 "Shinku"
Toshiba NB200 Netbook (Dual Atom) - Windows 7 Ultimate x86 "Canaan"
Dell XPS M1330 Dual Core - Windows 7 Ultimate x64 "Yin"
Asus eeePC Intel atom - Ubuntu Server 9.10 "Mao"
PicoX mini PC Intel Atom - Debian "Seras"

Intel Quad Core based PC - Windows 7 Ultimate x64 "Suigintou"

all networked through main D-Link 24-port switch and a 3com Wireless AP

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>>1526

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Wow. The denizens of Desuchan are melting glaciers worldwide by themselves....

Mac Mini early-2009 + 1.5TB WD Green external
Macbook Pro 2007
Apple Time Capsule v1 GigE for these guys; I'll use the wireless if I have the laptop on the sofa; 3 Mb DSL straw to the Interwebs
Xbox 360
Wii
Apple Airport Express in bridge mode connects the latter pair to the Interwebs

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>> No.1556   [Delete]   [Edit]

My network is the internet

>> No.1573   [Delete]   [Edit]

1- Core 2 Duo E8400, 9600GT, Win7 Pro x64
1- Sempron64 3400+, 6800GT, XP
2- IBM Thinkpad G40 laptops, P4 2.4 GHz. XP.
1- Acer AspireOne netbook, Atom N450, Win7 starterfale.

Out at my parents' house I have the following space heaters (not turned on):
1- Compaq W6000, dual-Xeon, debian.
1- Compaq Proliant, dual-PPro, debian.
1- Dual Opteron, debian.



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53179 No.1524   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

Space saving tech?

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>> No.1537   [Delete]   [Edit]

Ideal for Japanese flats.

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I would not dare touch anything.

>> No.1557   [Delete]   [Edit]

fucking. awesome.

>> No.1562   [Delete]   [Edit]

Good luck finding a replacement if you break anything.

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somehow...
this feels as though this is the the result of ikea and the zerg copulating.



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63918 No.1559   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

Can anyone explain to me what this phenomenon is please?

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T̗͇̉o͚̠̖͙̚ ̻͓̹̼̎ͭ̽́ͤī̱̻̭̤̞̞̫́̅̊̓͋n̫̙̞̰̩ͭ̔͗ͅvo̪̖̼͎ͧ͛k̤̙͚̠̊̅ͤ̍̐ȇ̦̥͆ͤ ͕͎̙̤̻̪̤ṱ̰͈̘̊͑ͯ̓͗ͨh̦͋̈ͧ̓̎e͈̮̳̼͔͔̲ ̖͂͋̽̀̔h̥i̤̖̥̙ͯ͌̚v̫̭̦͙̥̭̬͂ͣ̂ͤ̏ȅ̻̖̼͔̤̜̖ͥ͐ͫ-̯̲̫̹̟ͥ̿́ͫ̋ͅͅm͖̙͙̜̠̰̳ͦ͑̅́ͯ̚i̥̣̖͙̤ͮ̔̑n̦͕͓͉̗̬ͅd͈̲̬͍̪͙̙ͮ͗̏͊ ̙̼͇ͯ̃̄̐͌ͭͭr͉̫̳̟͍e͖̗̮̅p͖̺̭̰͙ͩ̌́r͈̙̤̆ͨ͊e͚̳͎ͧͮ̾́ś͛ͮ̋eͬnͬ̍ͬͦ͆ͨͫtͯ̏i̞̠̗͔̎͊n͚̗̬̠͑̐g̣͗͑ ͉̦̩̩̫c̣͈̮̎̉hͪ̽͆̓̃̚a̒͆o̠̺̭̻̟s͓ͫͪ̀̈.͚̼ͬͧͮ̌̿
̮̬̙̙̙̩̭̽͒̍̌I͉͙̻̙̪͚ͅn̽́v͎̲̟̇o͉̠͐͛̍ͬͧḳ̥ͫȋ̻͊̇ͅn͓̘̩͙̮͍̮͂̿ͣ̑̑̆̽g͍͔̝̈́ ̯͎t͔̗͇̞͚̗͎̅h̫͓̺̿ḙ̈̎ͬ͑́ͥ ̄ͩ̽́̓̊f̼̰̩̯̰̯̎̓ͥe̦̬͎̤̼ͬ̓e̾ͦ̿ḽ̣̼̔̓î̲̜͕n͌̐ͅg̯͖̑͋̾ͩ͆̇̽ ͉̮̩̳̼̬̄ͮ͑͌o̗͍͕͓̎̔͂̚fͯ͛̌ ̻͙c̙͛̆h͍̫̥ͩ̇ǎ̗̳̳̓ͨ͛̓̉o̜͕s̹͚̳̘.̙̘̞̗ͩͅ
̗͈͚̳̞͉̞̓͆̅̂ͣ̿ͦW̖̞̠̪̘͖̬ͯi̩̲̐͛ͪ͌͗͐̽ṫ̉̍ͦ̆̃̓h̤̱ͫ́ ͓o̜͈̰ͥ̾̅ͥ̋ͤū͖͉t̞͕̓ͥ͊ͬ͗̾ͣ ̦̥̙̱̇o̝̓̋͗́r̒d̘̝ͭ̍̊̒eͥ͑̂̃̏ͫ̇r̜̹̤̎̽̿.̳͈̼̎́ͨ̚
͔͖̰̦̗͇̤ͨͨ͑͆̆T͖͓̾ͪͮ̋ͦͅh̻̱̍̃̌ͪẽ ̦̦̼͔̙̱ͪ̄͗N̫͐̉ͩ̂ͬ̿͒e̹͇̖̦͗̓͑̒z̽͊ͯͫ́p̺̠̙͚͇͋̄ͭͬẻ̜̻ṛ̙̝̻͓̜̰ͭ̆ͬͪd̼͓̙͈͓͉ͭ̂̎̔͗͗i͈̣̩͈̮ͮͨ͋̚ạ̯͍̑n̫̠̮͍ͤͧ͑ͪ ̳h̞̤͙̓̾̽̓̊̉̋i̳͚̙̟̹̇͂v͔͕̿ͤ͗̿e̼-̜̯̞̩̣ͤ̔m̞͎̖̞̗͚ͤ͒͂͒̓i̦̩͉̱̓̓ͣ̔̽̆͑ǹ̺̪̟͚̫̙̟͋d͇̥͔͍̮͉͍̊̽̂́ͫ ͓̯̯͇̲̠͗͗̀ͨ̽oͪ̀f̩̳̞̗̳̌͊̚ ͎̤̠̞͆͆̑̒̀̃̇c̉̔ͬͫͦh̫̦͈̰ͬ̒ͫ͋̃̋̚aͩ̇̅̽ͦ̅ͬó̙̱̳ͩ͑́͂̈́s̯̞̙͔̩̬̃ͅ.̭͇̜̯̃ͭͤ͑ͪ͆ͭ ͔̞͚̩̠̻̃ͧ̚Z̩̣̣̀̾a͖̪̗̮̘̩ͩ̉l̍̂̾g̘̉̂͂o̪̪͒̿̅̏.͉̠ ͕̬͕̐̾̏͊ͦ͛ͅ
̝̤̂̔̋̋͛̍͋H̖̮̱̭̗͎͎ͯ͛ḛ͎̗̖̯͙̲͌̏̀́ͭ͒ͫ ̬̲͎̾ͣͧ̃̂̑͂w̹̲h͕̝̲̬̘͋ͬͫͪo͔̤͍̱̰ ̪̗̳ͣ̊̔̄̈́͗W̮̪̯̭̩̰ͨa̪͈̬͔̯̩̟ͣīt̾̓s̗̬̑ͤ̇̑͐̋̂ ̱B̖̲̥̯͎̔̽ͮe̦̭̔͊ͭh͔̣̣͚̟ͅi̠̺̱̘ͦͦ͗̓n͎d̲̫̟̺̯̩͕ͯ̒̅̌̃̌ ̞̙̞̮̩̺͖̏͛̃̅͆T͈͕̟̳̫̝͍h̥̪̫͒̑e̝̗̎̌̓̓̄̐ ͔̦̘͖͓̼ͤW̠̞̰̋͋a̳ͧ͒͋̉̆̋ͮͅl̻̮̀̌͗̉ḽ͖͖͖͛ͮ́ͦͣ̎.̰̩̦̯́͆ͪͦ
̩̬̝̌͑̍̉̉̌̔Z͔̝͐̎A̮̙ͫͦͩ̆L̖͈̥̤͔̭̃G̝̯̞̖O̦̻̓ͪ̓̔̅!̳̆̑

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>> No.1561   [Delete]   [Edit]

>>1560
Yeah you're not really coming in through too clearly... I can't make out what you're saying. :/

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zalgo.

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oh.
lol.
assholes.

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>>1565
you're welcome



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56208 No.1554   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

I've been looking into Video glasses and goggles but couldn't find what i was looking for. I was wondering if anybody knew of a good pair of video glasses/goggles that would be compatible with PC VGA. I've seen the resolution on them peak at 800X600 but at a whopping 900 (USD). I'd settle for 640X480 and have a price range of up to 300 with maybe a tad more. Myvu makes some very cool looking glasses but they only support RCA and no S-video.

Any Suggestions? I really appreciate it.



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So I partitioned my HD for Win7 / XP split boot. Win7 works/boots fine. I then install XP onto D: and notice startup does not give me a boot option. It would only boot XP. So I used the Win7 startup tools to get Win7 to boot, hoping it would give me a boot option to no avail. Now only Win7 boots. How do I get the boot to notice both OSs again so i can pick one? In return, nothing.

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>> No.1551   [Delete]   [Edit]

You could try using a program to configure the boot options.
I used EasyBCD to configure that kind of stuff.

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Nope. Refuses to search any directory aside from C:

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C: and D: have seperate boot loaders and refuse to combine or whatever for some reason. I even reinstalled XP and got the same shit. I have no idea what to do now.



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>Thinks Windows is activated.
>1 day remaining.
>Tries a loader.
>Now computer won't even start.
>Has to format entire partition.
>Spends the weekend reinstalling everything.
>> No.1341   [Delete]   [Edit]
>pwnt
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wait what windows do you have and what loader doi you have? i have windows 7 x64 ultimate and got a cool loader which gives ya oem key and even lets you pick which company/brand you want it from like amd, core 2 duo, nvidia, alienware etc

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>>1343
I had RemoveWAT, and it looked like it worked until all of a sudden it said 1 day remaining. Then I tried uLoader, and that killed my PC. Then after the format I used DazLoader, and it works great now. Windows 7 Ultimate x82.

>> No.1354   [Delete]   [Edit]

I just used a pre activated AIO disk...

>> No.1544   [Delete]   [Edit]

7Loader works but it seems that it only lasts when you run Windows Update, otherwise it won't boot after a while. Not even friggin F8 would work.



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266727 No.1467   [Delete]   [Edit]  [Reply]

It's awesome. It's simple like having 10 fingers. It's cool for promoting technology.

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>>1498
I thought it was the width of a thumb?

Nevertheless, an outdated system, for an age when people used body parts for measurement. There is no need to keep it, nor is there any point in finding pride in such things.
But still it keeps on living, regardless of all the problems it causes in todays society, because of people who fear and oppose change. Just like languages.

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>>1500
>>1496

Personally, I've heard it called the "customary system."

Believe it or not, the use of certain factors, such as 12 (inches to feet), 3 (feet to yards), or 4 (quarts to gallons) long ago gave a big advantage: easier divisibility by factors like 3 and 4. Ten does not divide evenly by those factors, but 12 does. This also justifies the Babylonian roots of our base-60 time system (seconds to minutes, etc.). The ancients were clever in basing measurements beyond our ten fingers. However, this is moot in contemporary times since today's technology can handle calculations almost effortlessly and precisely.

I add, however, that non-10-base systems are still used, in computer science and engineering no less. Long story short, keeping track of data sizes in programs is simpler using a base-2 system, as you probably know already. For example, a "kilobyte" would be 2^10 = 1024 bytes, right? In this case, SI is actually a disadvantage, as a kilobyte is still 1000 bytes, leading to the infamous confusion that occurs in buying hard drives, for example. In SI, 1024 bytes is called a kibobyte, with unit KiB.

I keep tabs on outside temperature in GNOME's respective applet using Kelvin.

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>> No.1528   [Delete]   [Edit]

imperial is a british system and is also stupid

I've made a point of not learning it.

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>>1528

>Insulting the British on a technology board

Must... not... feed... troll...

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I practically only use the metric system myself. This is due to it being a lot simplier than the imperial system, since it is symmetrical rather than based on something relative between people. I do use the imperial system occacionally, however, although this usually only applies to miniature wargaming, in which the gameboards and distances are measured in inches and foots. This is one of the reason why one should take into account what both systems' measurements are, since you never know when you'll need them.

I do, however, find the imperial system dated and a lot harder to use in most circumstances.



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Good evening /tech/.
since i'm a poorfag and can't even affort a proper graphics card, which wouldnt make much difference to the whole system setup im using anyway, i'm planning on overclocking that little bitch in my PC. Problem: it's a nVidia 6100 onboard. means frying that chip means the whole motherboard is done for. so i thought about giving the northbridge some extra wind. i looked up some sites and "tube ventilation system" seems the easiest and most efficient for me. plus i already have a small extra fan to spare.

any advice on how much i can fire up that little bugger without exploding? i want a little bit more perfomance, but still be in the safe zone. will be using PowerStrip for that matter, since nVidia's tools block me lol.

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I usually do a ~10% overclock, though that is with dedicated graphics cards that were aggressively clocked to begin with. Yours may do more.

There is a point at which increasing the gpu frequency actually results in lower performance. Assuming that your cooling rig works, that point occurs before overheating/potential damage. Aim for just below when you start to lose performance.

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ditch the PowerStrip idea. apparently the GPU's frequence is hardcoded/synchronized with the CPU and RAM frequency. without some BIOS hackery and a decent cooling fan i'll probably just melt everything down. seems i'll have to stick with gameboy graphics until i win the lottery or get a decent job (same chances btw)

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well I know that the 8600 gt is a decent card not too expensive either. i currently run with an 8800 gts and its still holding up to newer gaems. i'm gonna buy a radeon 5850 so i could sell ya my 8800 if ya want

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>>1519
saw the 8600 GT for 60 bucks. looks like i dont have much to lose as i can sell it to my bro for full price again :V
thanks

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