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About Stentorian

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  • Birthday July 23

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    United Kingdom
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  • Interests
    Streaming, Building/Repairing PCs, Old Hardware, Regenerating Old Tech
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  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-1065G7 @ 3GHz
  • Motherboard
    Lenovo ThinkBook 14 20SL003JUK
  • RAM
    16GB DDR4 2667MHz
  • GPU
    Intel Iris Graphics
  • Case
    Lenovo ThinkBook 14 20SL003JUK
  • Storage
    480GB Western Digital M.2
  • Sound
    Kotion Each G2000
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit
  • Laptop
    Lenovo ThinkBook 14 20SL003JUK
  • Phone
    Samsung S9+ 128GB

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  1. Ahh okay, I see what you mean. Yeah, as long as it has space for all my components, I don't really care about anything else. Thank you for your suggestion! Although I like the design, I have a small budget that cannot stretch to almost £200 just for a case. But thank you for your suggestion
  2. What complex features is it missing? To me, it just looks like a normal case but that's probably because the PC's I have had have always been like basic Dell systems that my family bought and handed down to me after a few years.
  3. I do like that case and it still looks like it has plenty of room to circulate air. Thank you!
  4. Yes this will be fine. It's like how in Windows there's an option to "Restart and Shut Down" and when you turn the PC back on, it does updates. Works the exact same in any other OS. Just make to shut it down properly and not by force shutting it down (e.g. pulling the power cord)
  5. I like the look of it, just a little bit on the pricey side. I don't really have an income so it's just using money from my savings and I'm looking to spread my savings across multiple things.
  6. Hi, So my main project at the moment is a multipurpose Discord bot and I have been working on it for the past 3 or so years. I have tried to implement a punishment system into it recently but for some reason when I try and modify a tempmute to not be registered anymore, Mongo doesn't actually do anything. The case is that when a temporary mute on a user has finished and they are unmuted, the object stored in Mongo has the variable "expiry" removed so that when the bot reboots, it ignores said object and prevents from restarting the timeout for the mute. The whole obje
  7. Okay, so I've been looking for a new case now as my current one is a used one from a friend that they gave me with the rest of the PC and it's battered to hell and needs upgrading. I have a very small desk and even smaller once I can finally get a 1080p monitor. I am just looking for a case that can fit an MSI Z390-A-PRO into it, alongside the usual power supply and 3 drives (one SSD and two full sized HDDs). My graphics card at the moment is a GTX 750 but I will be possibly getting a GTX 1650 once my friend can afford a 3000 series, so enough room for that. I also don't have that
  8. Well the solution you said did it. I feel dumb that it was that simple. I never knew that to be honest. I've got MySQL working for now and as long as it works, I'll continue using it. I thought they were two similar but different things. A bit like MongoDB but more similar to MySQL. Thank you for the help though!
  9. Apologies for the late response, I went to sleep. Still errored as before and did the same journalctl command you listed above and got this: There was another error beforehand that asked to do mysqld -initialize which I did and it's still failing.
  10. To your first question: I was attempting to install a service called Pterodactyl onto my machine and the SQL was always messing up. For some reason MariaDB was installed and I know it's similar to MySQL but I'm more familiar with MySQL and wanted to change it over to fix the issue. Also for the things you requested, check the below screenshots:
  11. Hi, it's me again back with another issue with Linux (i'm a massive noob). Anyways, I recently wanted to switch from MariaDB back to MySQL. I did the whole apt purge mariadb* thing and then attempted to install with apt-get install mysql-server mysql-client and I get the lovely error in the screenshot below. I have also attached the journalctl output too (which isn't much help). I have tried everything I can find on the internet to help from this, to this, to this. Alongside other posts too and none of them have helped. This means I'm relying on the geniu
  12. I sent this video to my friend because we had a similar predicament before. His dad put together his computer back in like 2013 (can't remember exactly) and it was boasting some really old i3 and a GTX 750. Because I was the "tech nerd" my friend trusted, he gave me a £500 (or more, I can't remember) budget to upgrade his PC to not be a potato anymore. The only downside is he was 90 miles away from me and I was 13 at the time, so I had to instruct him on how to do it all over a FaceTime call (back when I owned an iPhone ew). We bought a RAM upgrade (2x4gb to 2x8gb), a new CPU (i5-8400), a cool
  13. PERFECT! Thank you so much! You've just saved me like a good hour of Googling trying to find something. I appreciate it!
  14. YOU BLOODY GENIUS! That is exactly what I'm looking for . I will show him the demo when I see him next and I'll get it implemented. Do you know if it supports embedding inside of a website? If not, I'll just create a HTML main page and then have that as a like /booking on the domain.
  15. Apologise for the late response but that is scarily close to the one I got. I guess they're probably all made in the same factory. Here's the one I got https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07DPNZJ9M The only perk to the one you sent that would be quite handy is the charging two batteries in one as I always forget to charge mine like a dumbass.