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About AlexGoesHigh

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    Linux is overrated. Bite me :)
  • Birthday 1993-06-23

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    "Se queda"
  • Interests
    games, computers, tech, food, also a little about programing
  • Occupation
    professional procrastinator

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  1. yeah, i ended up doing this, i just wanted to get around it faster.
  2. the input is just files, roms in this particular case, but i don't want to manipulate the files itself, i just wanted to move them into groups of 30 and then put all those groups into a folder each. honestly, this is just to not spend an hour in file explorer moving crap around
  3. Basically i have a huge library of gameboy rooms that i want to organize into folders by alphabetical order, basically 30 files per folder and the folder name being the letter it corresponds to the alphabet (example: folder C-E that has 30 roms from C to E). Maybe the latter its a long shot of a feture to have, but if i can at least place 30 roms per folder in alphabetical order, then rename the folders manually, i'm fine with. open to any solution on both windows and linux, not mac because i don't have a mac.
  4. Not exactly, this setup works by having a backplane where this card would connect and become the host of the system, its not a client, the idea is that OEM would make a chassis with a backplane where this would plug into and have standard expansion slots to connect the usual sort of stuff, GPUs, accelerators, network cards, HBA's etc. the idea is to make system upgradability as easy as project christine, instead of having to deal with the CPU socket and the like.
  5. This may be the defaults setting for the Supermicro board but the CPU should be able to run in a single NUMA node. Patrick from STH has that info on their review that was shown on WAN show when EPYC second gen launched, It can be configured to run as 1, 2 or 4 NUMA nodes, granted Linus just glanced over the firsts pages and they are always busy at LTT, but i think this is something that should really be pointed out when the review is released. Also that NUMA node config change could have helped a lot with the blender test and Crysis on CPU run using Windows. https://www.servethehome.com/amd-epyc-7002-series-rome-delivers-a-knockout/6/
  6. As soon as I saw this I thought the image must have been made a couple of years ago, and they just re-opened the project because of xcloud.
  7. Yes, in their blog post they say everything from 2 and upwards should still be compatible, including the PoE hat which is what they used as an example
  8. lol, I'm still on sandy bridge which is pcie2...
  9. Yesterday decide to wipe my system to fresh install the latest win10 update, boy I had to spend two hours troubleshooting my graphics drivers because Microsoft thought it was a good idea to install drivers while doing the initial setup, which whatever version they installed it was so fucking broken that the screen took longer than usual to come back and it was all purple.


    This shit took me two hours because I had to reinstall the drivers four times using DDU, and the last one finally worked after running DDU, pulling my card and boot to IGP mode, then shutdown, put the card back in and install drivers, oh, and all of that being offline to avoid installing those shitty drivers.


    I update cause I really wanted to try the windows sandbox feature, but it turns out it's broken on non english language systems, and the fix isn't coming until late June...

  10. My first thought when I read wooloo


  11. OpenAL isn't the only thing going away on MacOS, starting with Catalina, MacOS default shell for new users will be ZSH. All users created before upgrading to Catalina will maintain Bash as the default but Apple is also recommending developers to change to ZSH even back on Mojave and earlier as a signal that it will eventually be deprecated, perhaps on Catalina successor since they are doing the change now to start the transition. As for a reason as to why change, it could be that Apple has been stuck with version 3.2 of bash since at least 2007, the year this particular version was released. Newer versions of bash have been released as GPLv3, a license that Apple is avoiding completely everywhere. Apple Sauce: https://www.theverge.com/2019/6/4/18651872/apple-macos-catalina-zsh-bash-shell-replacement-features I guess Apple is still allergic to GPLv3, end users aren't going to notice much but developers must now update their scripts since that where Bash and ZSH differentiate the most.
  12. chrome is dead to me




    I stopped using it as a main browser over 2 years ago, but keep it as back up browser, now its not going to be good for that to me. as long as ad are still used to spread crap, I'm gonna keep blocking them.

    1. Bananasplit_00


      I'm pretty happy about this, less people using chrome is a good thing imo.