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About Fetzie

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    Don't Panic
  • Birthday 1987-08-18


  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 5820K (4.5GHz @1.3V)
  • Motherboard
    MSI X99A MPower
  • RAM
    32 GB Kingston HyperX Fury DDR4 2666MHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte HD 7950 Windforcex3
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R5
  • Storage
    Samsung 951 M.2 nVME 512GB, Crucial M200 1000GB, Crucial M500 256GB, Western Digital Caviar Black 2TB, Western Digital Caviar Green 1.5TB
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    Seasonic 860 Platinum
  • Display(s)
    Dell U2414H, LG IPS234
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D15
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    Corsair K90
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    Logitech G502
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    Samson SR850
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    Windows 10 Pro x64

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    Quality Assurance engineer, working with VoIP telephone systems

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  1. They posted a video of prerelease stuff that is under nda. Guess:)
  2. Did you run that post past your lawyer to make sure that it doesn't breach an NDA?
  3. The SKU with the WOF suffix comes without a cooler, will probably be 10-20 dollars cheaper if past releases are any indication of this release.
  4. The current Wraith cooler is competitive with most 30-40 dollar heatsinks iirc.
  5. We have an old Intel box at work that plays their jingle when you open it
  6. Of course everybody has Ryzen samples by now, they've got to have their reviews done by the 28th.
  7. Why not something like: #!/bin/bash sourceFile="/path/to/source/file" targetFile="/etc/network/interfaces" numLines=$(wc -l ${sourceFile}) counter=0 # exit if file is empty or does not exist, exit if (( counter >= ${numLines} || ! -f ${sourceFile} )); then echo "invalid file" exit 0 fi while [ ${counter} -le ${numLines} ]; do sed -i "${lineNumber} s/.*/wireless-key s: $(sed -n ${counter}p <<< "${sourceFile}")/" "${targetFile}" counter=$((counter + 1)) done Haven't run it but it should work. Might need bit bit of tweaking to get exactly what you want.
  8. Try this: Use a while loop, which increments $lineNumber each time, until wc -l file.txt is reached and then runs sed -i "$lineNumber s/.*/wireless-key s: $lineContents/" targetFilePath You won't learn as much if I give you something to copy-paste
  9. Do you want to replace the contents of that line, or append the data to the end of the line?
  10. Does the file already exist, and, if so, does it already contain data?
  11. So you just want to take the text from the file, line by line, and append this to a log file?
  12. If you have lower than Skylake then you'll need to buy a new motherboard anyway.
  13. A quick google search turned up this thread on Stackoverflow: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10929453/read-a-file-line-by-line-assigning-the-value-to-a-variable The top rated suggestion may be useful for you.
  14. Why is this bad news?
  15. Didn't the 980ti launch drivers (around revision 350) constantly crash when playing video in Chrome for like 3 weeks?