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Master Disaster

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About Master Disaster

  • Title
    A thermometer is just a speedometer for atoms
  • Birthday Dec 02, 1981

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  • Steam
    Master Disaster
  • Origin
    MasterDisasterUK
  • Twitch.tv
    Dungeonseeker
  • Twitter
    Dungeonseeker

Profile Information

  • Location
    SOL
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Gaming, DJing, Cooking, Music, Movies and Caley Cuoco
  • Biography
    Long term Raver, been attending raves in the UK since i was 15, still at it.
  • Occupation
    Play Worker

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 3800X
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG Strix X570-F Gaming
  • RAM
    2 X 8GB Team Group Dark Pro 3600Mhz CL16
  • GPU
    Sapphire 5700 XT Pulse
  • Case
    Asus TUF GT501
  • Storage
    1 x WD Black 1TB, 1 x WD Green 4TB
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA G3 650W
  • Display(s)
    Samsung C27HG70 1440p 144hz HDR FreeSync 2
  • Cooling
    Corsair H115i Platinum
  • Keyboard
    Asus Cerberus Mech
  • Mouse
    Asus ROG Pugio
  • Sound
    Orbitsound 2.1 Kit, Creative 5.1 Gaming Headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro X64

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  1. I mean, genuine congrats on being so successful in your business but the point still stands, you're not Amazon. Governments are MUCH more willing to bend the rules and turn a blind eye when the business has as much money to throw around as Amazon do. I imagine a sensible estimate for you're entire business as an ongoing venture would be in the tens of millions of dollars tops, that's not even pocket change for Amazon. I'm sure that when you say you're drivers doing their jobs badly effects you you're 100% not lying, the unfortunate reality of capitalism is that is not t
  2. Not likely (at least not officially), RTM builds are so OEMs and SIs can get their systems ready before launch day so unless you're an OEM or SI you won't get access to the release build until release day. I'm pretty sure there will be builds available if you want to sail on the black seas.
  3. IIRC you have to be on the Beta build to get the RTM upgrade, if you're on the Dev build you'll continue getting new Dev builds ad infinitum. I'm 100% sure @GoodByteswill be able to confirm if that is correct or not.
  4. HTTP400 means bad client request, as in the server refused to answer the client because it deemed there was something wrong with the request. Whatever this problem is, its almost certainly at your end.
  5. So yesterday I took some spare time I had and used it to upgrade my second OS drive on my desktop to Win 11, mostly because I'm actually quite interested in trying out Direct Storage when MS finally release DX12 ultimate. Since its been a few years since I reinstalled Windows I decided to grab an 11 ISO from MS and do a clean install and I noticed something in the OOBE that is 100% new to Windows 11. After install finished the system rebooted and OOBE ran, it sat there for a VERY long time (longer than the time it took to install) before finally it started applying a fu
  6. I believe she (sorry if that's the wrong pronoun but you do have girl in your name) is referring to application setup time more than OS setup time but even this isn't really true anymore. Yeah going back a few years it wasn't abnormal for a downloaded app to include a load of sample configs with the expectation that the user will go create their own custom tailored install (SAMBA was particularly bad about this) but these days most things come with sane defaults OOTB and most also enable and run any daemons at install time too, you only really need to spend time customising things if you need
  7. Is it CGNAT? Are you getting mobile broadband or wired broadband?
  8. I feel like there's an important point missing here, that being, fab space is bought up and assigned months (if not years) in advance (like when we heard Apple bought most of TSMCs 2021 capacity, in bulk, in 2020) and its not like TSMC is going to produce less of X because of Y, they know their own capacity and won't sell space they don't already have free. If TSMC agreed to fab some dies for Intel they did so knowing they can cover the order on existing terms. Fair but the problem is, Intel cannot magic up new space out of nothing and building new fabs takes years (
  9. Here's my take, ovbs I cannot speak for @Sauronthough... Windows, and to a lesser extent macOS, is responsible for training users that things can only be done in a very defined way. Its (IMO) the reason why people who have been used to Windows forever have such a hard time transitioning across to Linux, they're indoctrinated to the Microsoft way and expect things to work the same everywhere because that's the only way they've ever known. IMO its not that all proprietary software is bad, more that it is responsible for some bad practices and behaviours. And O
  10. Its not like the stuff you mentioned is specific to Linux users, you also get Windows users who berate people for running Windows 10 or not knowing how to do X and you also get the crossplatform trolls intent on starting a debate over *nix v Win v Mac and why one is FAR superior to the others. When I jumped into Arch I did so expecting a struggle. Why? Because I'd heard the Arch community is not very welcoming to newbies. Turns out this is only partially true, the Arch community is very welcome to newbies as long as you demonstrate a basic level of competence, the fact you've tried
  11. The US market got the Timex line which was a very slightly upgraded ZX81 but was almost entirely incompatible with Spectrum software... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timex_Sinclair_2068
  12. Main PC/Desktop - Arch Laptop - Win 11 Why? Well because I only use my laptop while I am lying in bed in the morning/at night to watch a bit of YouTube, read some news, watch the odd movie or TV show, check emails etc etc. Its really not that big of a deal to me what OS it runs and I like being on the bleeding edge. I tried running Linux on it but the sound sounds horrible compared to Windows and my laptop is my media consumption device so I'd rather stick with the OS that makes that the best experience.
  13. sudo crontab -e add... */5 * * * * ./start_mc_server.sh ...to a new line Save and quit Linux will then check if the server is running every 5 minutes and if not will run the script you specified
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