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BuckGup

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  1. So to fix this firstly had to reboot into recovery mode and open terminal and type csrutil disable Then I followed this After this I ran sudo launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.taskgated.plist sudo launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.taskgated.plist Then I ran set startup-with-shell off echo "set startup-with-shell off" >> ~/.gdbinit and gdb commands work and taskgated is in activity monitor
  2. Yes but you most likely won't be able to run at the advertised speeds out of the box or use XMP as you are mixing kits. Memory is screened and validated to work together as a kit but introducing another kit means potential instability. You'll manually have to enter timings and stress test to find the speeds/timings you can run at. Otherwise it'll run at it's base speed and timings or there's always the chance it works fine.
  3. It'll work but it's by no means ideal and I think for a similar price you could build a better server out of older hardware like others have mentioned.
  4. Etheruem fits the bill as it was made to be a generic blockchain backed publicly. It will be the end to VISA and other services but not anytime soon. Etheruem can support 6 transactions/second but to replace VISA or financial institutions like wallstreet it would need to handle thousands of transactions per second, which they are working hard on to implement.
  5. I'm trying to start taskgated on MacOS Catalina as I needed to kill it to install gdb but it won't start again. I have tried restarting my system, csrutil disable, running sudo launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.taskgated.plist and then sudo launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.taskgated.plist Any other ideas? Thanks
  6. I think everyone here is confused. Its not the fact that it's digital money it's that it's replacing the current ledger with one based on the blockchain which is an insane upgrade. Russia did the same with Ethereum. That said I think crypto has no business in the government as they ruin it by imposing limits, rules, and laws.
  7. Hello I am trying to install gdb on macos and I am at the part where you need to sign a certificate to use it. When I kill the task in taskgate it never restarts and restarting the sytstem doesn't bring the process back. I have tried sudo launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.taskgated.plist and that didn't work. Thanks
  8. You aren't going to land your dream job or probably anything close to it first thing out of college. I would settle with the one you like the most and build up a savings plus work experience. After you get some years on your resume you'll be able to move around much easier, have more leverage, and access to the jobs you actually want.
  9. That's different as they are selling the data that is about you. An affiliate link is different
  10. It's pure speculation on my part based on their business model and how popular it is so take everything with a grain of salt. Their only means of revenue is through affiliate links and donations. Which honestly would probably work well back when it first came out and they had under 5 employees. But now they have 124 employees and receive over 100 million searches a day. I find it increasingly hard to believe they can turn profits based on affiliate links only. But hey maybe I'm wrong and people are buying shit like crazy through the ads they see on DuckDuckGo
  11. I don't trust DuckDuckGo anymore. It's better than Google but they are definitely selling your data still.
  12. I would heavily consider looking at your "facts". They all look like generalized statements you made from personal observation.
  13. The equivalent of an EXE would be a standalone webapp. You would get an icon in your start menu or dashboard that you can click and will launch a window that's essentially chrome but it will just be the program or game and not have all the other functionality. Otherwise like others have stated it's just a linux distro but most chromebooks are running ARM CPUs
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