xkill is like my anime superpower.
Recently I've been having to use alt + sysrq + f a lot. Software is getting too heavy.Does alt + sysrq + k work for anyone? For me, it just freezes the screen, and I can't see or do shit until I press the power button and see all the usual system messages.
>>4I didn't even know sysrq was a key. On my machine alt + sysrq + f doesn't seem to do anything, and alt + sysrq + k sends me to the tty I'm logged in but I can't switch to another tty or return back to my xsession from there
Some of the options are off by default (on some distros?) for some reason.
>>5It's short for "System Request", it's a way of directly telling the kernel to do something in case shit locks up, or if you forgot to install an operating system.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_SysRq_key
Why is Gitlab so BAAAAAAD??ALL YOU HAD TO DO WAS NOT BE MICROSOFT!!!
echo echo "***********************************************************" echo "*** An error occurred during the root filesystem check. ***" echo "*** You will now be given a chance to log into the ***" echo "*** system in single-user mode to fix the problem. ***" echo "*** ***" echo "*** If you are using the ext2 filesystem, running ***" echo "*** 'e2fsck -v -y <partition>' might help. ***" echo "***********************************************************" echo echo "Once you exit the single-user shell, the system will reboot." echo PS1="(Repair filesystem) \#"; export PS1 suloginRight now, your professional life is at a crossroads...I see two paths. At one end, there stands the "sysadmin who could". The other? The former sysadmin who couldn't. What's it going to be?Good luck operator.https://youtube.com/watch?v=Y5bGnPOfgKQ
>>7I hate Gitlab's reliance on JS so much.Maybe it is misremembering, but I believe that Github has also lost some no-JS-needed function since the design ""refresh"" a few months ago.
>>10 Yeah, I think you can't really see commits without it anymore, and they tucked "Releases" into a super hard to find spot for some reason.
>>7I have no idea what in particular it is, but the entire UI of gitlab gives me terminal computerAIDS. It's either because of how "minimal" it is or the colorscheme or something, but it's overall extremely unappealing to me.
>>7basically an addition to what >>10 said:putting the most important parts of the repo into a tiny text sidebar isn't very nice to the user
>>14I believe congratulations are in order. Are you going to harden it?
>>15 Wasn't the plan. I'm fine as long as I keep my shit up to date, and be very careful with the configuration of any internet-facing programs right?
Gentoo's Xorg guide should have a little note saying "ignore this crap about installing consolekit or elogind or whatever harmful garbage and just set the ""suid"" flag".
I'm thinking of defining a "runlevel 4" but maybe that'd just be too much stress on the body of my computer. Maybe after 2 more arcs and some filler...
>>5SysRq is usually the "PS" or "PrtScn" key over by the scroll lock key on your keyboard. I'm certain you've figured that out by now. This reply is redundant.
[code]Python 3.8.6 (default, Sep 25 2020, 09:36:53)[GCC 10.2.0] on linuxType "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.>>> 'a' in 'abc' and False or TrueTrue>>> 'a' in 'abc' and 'False' or 'True''False'>>>[/code]Motherfucker.
'False' is true: bool('False') evaluates to True.
I write all of my quotation marks as two straight lines down because I'm that angry at the people who insist on writing those stupid ugly directional unicode ones in their text files.
>>20https://docs.python.org/3/reference/expressions.html#operator-precedence"""[...] from lowest precedence (least binding) to highest precedence (most binding) [...]or Boolean ORand Boolean ANDnot x Boolean NOTin, not in, is, is not, <, <=, >, >=, !=, == Comparisons, including membership tests and identity tests"""https://docs.python.org/3/reference/expressions.html#boolean-operations"""The expression x and y first evaluates x; if x is false, its value is returned; otherwise, y is evaluated and the resulting value is returned.The expression x or y first evaluates x; if x is true, its value is returned; otherwise, y is evaluated and the resulting value is returned.Note that neither and nor or restrict the value and type they return to False and True, but rather return the last evaluated argument. This is sometimes useful, e.g., if s is a string that should be replaced by a default value if it is empty, the expression s or 'foo' yields the desired value."""
I give up trying to wrangle with ALSA. Why is the sound from my headphones clear and loud when the master volume is 0%? What the fuck are all these weird items in alsamixer? Why do I have to do a balancing act with "Master', "Headphones", and "PCM" when I want some quiet fucking audio? Why did .asoundrc stop loading? Poetterware it is then.
When I observe alsamixer while changing volume levels in pavucontrol, "PCM", "Headphones", and "Master" literally take turns increasing in volume, one after another, after the previous one hits 100%. What the hell is this?
>>21that's because it didn't look shocking in the 80es, very often the backtick ` looked exactly like a reverse '. People kept at it for convention or because they're VIP.
>>24Not that, the shit some word processors like to replace your " characters with. “ and ”.
I think I'm the only one who ``faggot quotes" that uses a `double-quote' (") rather than 2 `single quotes' ('') to close a quotation. Why don't more people do this?
* setting USE=make-symlinks and emerging to / is very dangerous. * it WILL overwrite lots of system programs like: ls bash awk grep (bug 60805 for full list). * If you are creating a binary only and not merging this is probably ok. * set env VERY_BRAVE_OR_VERY_DUMB=yes if this is really what you want. * ERROR: sys-apps/busybox-1.33.0::gentoo failed (preinst phase): * silly options will destroy your system
I always say I "cast" rather then "enter" commands and I think the mundies might have started to notice and they started calling me "Wizard"
>>28Maybe Source Mage GNU/Linux is for you.
Hey mate, can you tell me how I can make an image look like yours does on this post here?
>>30 You mean >>27? I think I stole a photo of a forest from google images, maybe a grayscale one in particular, I don't really remember. Then I went into an image editor, GIMP specifically, and had it figure out how it could convert the image to just black and white, by going through the top menu and clicking Image > Mode > Indexed, and through the next menu that pops up, selecting "Use black and white (1-bit) palette".I'm guessing that it helps to use images that have a fair bit of contrast already, or just lit and unlit areas.
GIMP's convenient control over image "mode" control and bit depth is a little unique among most image editors, which don't seem to like giving users that level of technical control. It allows you to create artistic palette restraints, while greatly reducing the filesize.If you use it to convert an image that's already been made at a high bit depth, it does a pretty great job at conveying the same information without you putting any work in, creating this cool looking filter. It's probably just really simple maths, but it amazes me every time.
Oh, forgot to mention, I left dithering disabled as well. It just seemed like an annoying, impossible to reverse scaling process. Well it's impossible to reverse completely taking the colour out of an image as well, but I like to minimise the number of things I do at once when it comes to this stuff.
if ! use offensive; then sed -i \ -e '/boobies/d;/boobs/d;/cock/d;/pussy/d;/viagra/d;/vibrator/d' \ hacks/barcode.c || die sed -i \ -e 's|erect penis|shuffle board|g' \ -e 's|flaccid penis|flaccid anchor|g' \ -e 's|vagina|engagement ring|g' \ -e 's|Penis|Shuttle|g' \ hacks/glx/glsnake.c
god bless xscreensaver
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i've been typing startx at the linux tty to start x for years but it took me until today to realize that it's identical to typing win for windows 3.1
excuse for the shit meme format, but i just don't know how else to convey this feel>be me, several minutes ago>prograstinating, making shit, optimizing workflow on my already fairly optimized and interesting desktop>want to make a script for my terminal file manager so i can view all of my selections via sxiv, which is pretty useful because sorting can be done in excruciating detail via file manager>having a hard time because i don't actually know a lot of the ins and outs of bash/shellshit>frustrated, see if i can do it in my text editor (also terminal)>think "man this would be so easy if i could find a way to make these keypresses automatically">open manual-f <arg> filter: for each file, select the entire buffer and execute the given keys>bingo>put some of this shit into a script>it actually fucking worksis this what it feels like to good at bodging with computers?
Autism is my superpower!
>>38>think "man this would be so easy if i could find a way to make these keypresses automatically"emacs can do this
Transcend Optimization. Embrace default config files
And I looked up and saw the NULL CHARACTER, whose value is zero.
Explanation before I look on this post in 5 years and forget the meaning, "NULL CHARACTER, whose value is zero" is a phrase ripped directly out of either the first or second edition of "The C Programming Language".
>>12I think gitlab is really shitty to navigate.Its just never as clear where to find things as github.
>>42 Funny signature I found on the internet: https://github.com/yaychris/dvorak7min-- ____/| Ragnar Hojland (firstname.lastname@example.org) Fingerprint 94C4B\ o.O| 2F0D27DE025BE2302C =(_)= "Thou shalt not follow the NULL pointer for 104B78C56 B72F0822 U chaos and madness await thee at its end." hkp://keys.pgp.com
I can't figure out how the fuck to pan zoomed-in book images on archive.org.Left-clicking advances the page. Middle-clicking advances the page. Right-clicking opens the context menu. Shift-left clicking, Ctrl-left clicking advances the page. Up advances the page. Down advances the page. Left, right advances the fucking page.OH FUCKING OKAY it's the scroll wheel. got damn. well i'm going to post this anyway. fuck
I had to stop using DuckDuckGo because- the Japanese search suggestions were always incredibly pedophilic, despite some basic attempt to filter out obscenity- the noscript DuckDuckGo gives entirely different, way lower quality results, listing the same unrelated results (manga, always the same titles and websites; or the index pages of porn, dlsite, and booth) for different search queries
>>44>Thou shalt not follow the NULL pointer, for chaos and madness await thee at its end.That quote is from The Ten Commandments for C Programmers: https://www.lysator.liu.se/c/ten-commandments.html