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2FA

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    2FA reacted to Futari Lollies in Incorrect FPS showcase and stuttering while gaming   
    Okay, definitely the issue was resolved after I performed a clean removal of my drives with DDU and reinstalled them, I wasn't expecting this and definitely was the first time I had such issue, thank you!
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    2FA got a reaction from Sakuriru in decrypt   
    Hashing is not encryption.
     
    Any idea if the hash is salted?
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    2FA got a reaction from kelvinhall05 in GMMK PRO, DROP CTRL & GMMK USBC VERSION   
    Yes I know, I said GMMK bare bones as in regular GMMK.
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    2FA got a reaction from sub68 in Zotac's limited edition too hard to find? Yeston's too slow? Get this instead - Maxsun to release anime themed 3070/3080   
    That came from a satire anime news site, unfortunately not real.
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    2FA got a reaction from Ωmegα in Zotac's limited edition too hard to find? Yeston's too slow? Get this instead - Maxsun to release anime themed 3070/3080   
    That came from a satire anime news site, unfortunately not real.
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    2FA got a reaction from Cyberspirit in Zotac's limited edition too hard to find? Yeston's too slow? Get this instead - Maxsun to release anime themed 3070/3080   
    That came from a satire anime news site, unfortunately not real.
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    2FA reacted to Lurick in New 5800x build is not posting   
    You'll need a compatible chip to boot the board to update the BIOS if there isn't a BIOS Flashback option on the board where you stick in a USB and it updates the BIOS without a CPU installed. I can't check on that board right now but you could call up the store where you got the CPU from and see if they'll do a BIOS update for a few bucks worst case.
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    2FA reacted to Kilrah in Are TLC or QLC drives faster?   
    That's completely wrong.
     
    SLC>MLC>TLC>QLC in terms of write performance. Price goes the opposite way.
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    2FA got a reaction from LAwLz in Easy way to test FreeNAS ZFS Pool read/write speeds?   
    It's been their enterprise version for a long time now. TrueNAS Core is pretty much FreeNAS 11 with more features. It's at RC1 now which iX has stated the quality is akin to the full release quality of previous versions so it's pretty safe to upgrade to. LawrenceSystems on YT has a video on the features here:
    And on the RC1 here:
     
    Also actually on topic, another utility to test pool speed is fio. Jim Salter has an article on it to test speeds https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2020/02/how-fast-are-your-disks-find-out-the-open-source-way-with-fio/
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    2FA got a reaction from LAwLz in Easy way to test FreeNAS ZFS Pool read/write speeds?   
    They're combining the FreeNAS/TrueNAS codebase into TrueNAS Core. Article discussing since I can't find a decent iX page about it https://www.servethehome.com/freenas-is-dead-long-live-truenas-core/
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    2FA got a reaction from dalekphalm in Easy way to test FreeNAS ZFS Pool read/write speeds?   
    They're combining the FreeNAS/TrueNAS codebase into TrueNAS Core. Article discussing since I can't find a decent iX page about it https://www.servethehome.com/freenas-is-dead-long-live-truenas-core/
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    2FA got a reaction from captain_to_fire in Starlink $1 pre-trial minimum bandwidth speeds revealed: 35Mbps DOWN and 5Mbps UP   
    ?????
     
    Fiber optics has the same constraint? Pretty sure you meant distance and not speed..
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    2FA got a reaction from ARikozuM in Starlink $1 pre-trial minimum bandwidth speeds revealed: 35Mbps DOWN and 5Mbps UP   
    ?????
     
    Fiber optics has the same constraint? Pretty sure you meant distance and not speed..
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    2FA got a reaction from dalekphalm in Starlink $1 pre-trial minimum bandwidth speeds revealed: 35Mbps DOWN and 5Mbps UP   
    ?????
     
    Fiber optics has the same constraint? Pretty sure you meant distance and not speed..
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    2FA got a reaction from sub68 in Show Yourself [Image]   
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    2FA got a reaction from soldier_ph in Show Yourself [Image]   
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    2FA got a reaction from StDragon in Intel 7nm Delay Fallout: Law Firm Launches Securities Fraud Investigation   
    The vultures have begun to circle...
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    2FA got a reaction from jagdtigger in Intel 7nm Delay Fallout: Law Firm Launches Securities Fraud Investigation   
    The vultures have begun to circle...
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    2FA got a reaction from sazrocks in $129 for a glorified USB cable?   
    Yep, also the Apple cable is active so it boosts the signal sent over it. You'd be hard pressed to find an active cable for cheaper.
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    2FA got a reaction from Mateyyy in $129 for a glorified USB cable?   
    Yep, also the Apple cable is active so it boosts the signal sent over it. You'd be hard pressed to find an active cable for cheaper.
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    2FA got a reaction from MDYHK in Xcp-ng igpu?   
    It will work I'm pretty sure, I did the same thing with an Intel iGPU and no other GPUs in the system.
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    2FA got a reaction from StDragon in Windows DNS Servers effected by a critical 17 year vulnerability.   
    Here is the list of all of them
    https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-US/security-guidance/advisory/CVE-2020-1350
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    2FA got a reaction from leadeater in Windows DNS Servers effected by a critical 17 year vulnerability.   
    It requires specially crafted packets which I believe browser sandboxing/security would stop so that a site's javascript couldn't directly interact with your network. I'm not too familiar with websockets and whether you'd be able to do this using them.
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    2FA reacted to Sauron in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Auto Restart Code Assistance   
    rc.local is the "old" way Ubuntu used to handle system services. Ubuntu has moved to systemd years ago and rc.local is no longer supported. You most likely followed an outdated guide originally.
     
    What you did works but it has nothing to do with what rc.local used to be - it's just a shell script that you named rc.local. Personally I would remove all references to rc.local and just call it "vpn" or something. Also yes, your scripts need to be granted execution permissions in order to be executed... alternatively you can run it through bash.
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    2FA got a reaction from JustAnotherOverClocker in Hello MB my old friend - Proposed Bill would require backdoors in any device with over 1GB of storage.   
    Ignoring the partisan support, there is a opposing bill that also aims to fight child pornography and exploitation without breaking encryption. It's not very publicized, unfortunately.
     
     
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