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The ADstation 1

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Thats super freaking cool!!! I didnt know what plan 9 was until i read the comments and then went to wikipedia and mannn its super epic. Like in 2015 theres videos of a guy porting plan 9 on a raspberry pi!!

[-] [email protected] 3 points 15 hours ago

Very intreasting and insiteful artical thanks for sharing!

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But the weighted blanket is SOOO COMFY

Embrace the t-ism

[-] [email protected] 3 points 15 hours ago

Mmm free snack!

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I am now stuck in the constent void in between know as the middle :/

[-] [email protected] 11 points 15 hours ago

Pov the woman is 48v industrial power

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There should be a 3rd Matt daemon

1000016199

[-] [email protected] 3 points 1 day ago

The goku gat if you will

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The demo was bloody great! I just wish there was a planed release date!

Severed steels good. But damn does Echopoint Nova feel good with the fps mechanics!

[-] [email protected] 2 points 1 day ago

I havent sounds pretty cool. I now know what im doing later!

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Funny thing is i already beat severd steel, It is also a really good game!

Its like crack Its addicting

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but stackoverflow how i fixy the brokey!

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swap feels like cheating

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i was just dicking around with ollama+webui and i kept trying to gas light llama2 to think the world spun cause of hamsters. and it have off this subtle but terminator esq response.

what you guys think about world spinny cause hammster theory :D and the term-inator (im joking about the hamster thing... maybe)

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I have been messing with my raspberry pi 400 and stumbled across box86. This program converts x86 calls to arm. And it works pretty well, i got the orginal pvz (disk verison) running through wine and box 86! The game is slow on cutscenes but gameplay is suprisingly playable and was more playable then my first pc lmao!

Its crazy that a fanless 15watt arm chip can run old games this well! Compared to a pentium 4 thats is taking off.

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Hello and good evening self hosters! so i recently new to self hosting, i just installed my CM3588 DIY NAS with a bunch of services which is very addicting!

but i digress, so i recently found out today that we pay $11 a month to rent our router for our house. Which i personally think is ridiculous! So i am looking into buying to own, not renting to burn money. However the router seems to get internet from the ISP through moCA which looking at router that support moCA are rather limiting in speeds and very expensive. So my query for this fine, fine community is if i were to buy a coax/moCA adapter that then coverts it to Ethernet and then plug it into my router and and then by proxy my access points. would it work, wifi 6E looks super nice and there are very few options that are very pricey for modem/router combos that support moCA.

I am open to alternatives and ideas, and please correct me if i made any mistakes on terminally or my diagram

thanks folks!

Edit--- my current router is a ARRIS Surfboard TG3452 DOCSIS 3.1 Cable Voice Gateway Modem Router with 802.11ac Wi-Fi & MoCA 2.0

So

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So your probably reading this thinking, OK its a PC same old stuff. Well here is a long story.

so about a year ago myself and 2 friends would get together on weekends, my friend who we will call ash. Owns a Xbox One S, so we all were hanging out on Friday night the weekly ritual , and we got tired of playing UNO. so we Decided to play the Xbox we played about every game and it was starting to get quite dry on selection. Ash read off many games from the roster, to which just sounded repetitive, So at this point we all kinda agree there wasn't a game we wanted to play. So we checked out the Microsoft store, this was around Christmas so games were on "Sale". More like for sale not on sale, every game was just so expensive compared to Steam at this point lightning struck me. what if i built a PC to use as a console, so the following day after the rather dull Friday night. I went onto the apocalyptic wasteland that was Facebook marketplace, full of tweakers and entitled Karrens. To which i found a i5-2500 motherboard CPU combo, Sweet i thought now i just need a few more parts. I used a 550W Bronze PSU, bought some used ddr3 ram from eBay as-well as a 1tb ssd and had a rx570 laying around. All i then needed was a case, Now im a cheapskate and wanted a nice case but couldn't feel the need to buy one. So i went to a junkyard and found some recently thrown away office PC case. however the case was to bland to me, so i made the joke of its not an Xbox its a Ybox when myself and the boys hung out. So i attempted to do a paint job the PC case, which wasn't a Picasso but it started to rain and i was to lazy to redo it. So the other thing i wanted this PC case to have was a handle, so i took a piece of 6061 extruded aluminum and some bolts and nuts that i bought at a flea market and made my handle. Originally the nut could fit with the PSU in but the bench grinder fixed that.

I was rather giddy at this point, as it is now time for the OS. I am a real big fan of Linux as i run Nix-OS on my main system, so i decided to use Chimera. i unveiled the Ybox to the boys and we play many many cheaper steam games that are rather fun. Eventually Chimera felt rather closed because there wasn't a traditional package manager. I installed Ublue Bazzite (i stole the idea from action retro trash can mac video). We played on the Ybox for many many months and eventually i talked my friends into building PC's and they went with some pretty good specs. ryzen 7 5800x, 6900xt, i7 12th gen NVIDIA 4050. so we had LAN partys playing lots of games. The Ybox was pretty good for the 300ish dollars i had in it, however i wanted something that looked nicer and could run higher end games. as alot of the time when we would group buy games my PC was the biggest qualm.

So the Ybox Pro was born, it is my tote-able gaming/VR-rig. I built it using a machinist x99 motherboard with a 8 core Intel Xeon E5-1680 V2. 16Gb of ram and a junky vega 56 bios flashed vega 64 graphics card. It Runs VR great games look awesome. However one design choice i did not like about the case i bought was a glass side panel. Now for alot of people they really like tempered glass however i am always paranoid about the glass breaking in transit. And i bought a 120mm thermal take AIO which i couldn't find a good mounting place for. it was rather going to be at the bottom of the case or mounted sketchily on the roof of the case. So i have a side business where i have a Omtech 60Watt C-02 laser and a little bit of an engineer background. and decided to engineer a wood side panel which would have a mount for the AIO and look nice. I laser cut the side panel out of cherry paneling and stained it. I am very happy with the end result.

also i plan to like the cheap case i bought and a thingiverse/printables file for the side panel if anybody want to replicate my build.

(printables)https://www.printables.com/model/818028-gopie-t07-mini-tower-pc-case-wood-side-panel

pc parts used in build (Case) https://www.amazon.com/GOPIE-T07-Portable-Computer-Al-Alloy/dp/B0CGD9PSPH/ref=sr_1_21?keywords=microatx%2Bpc%2Bcases

(PSU)https://www.amazon.com/Seasonic-SSR-850FM-Semi-Modular-Warranty-Application/dp/B08YJBYPCF/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=seasonic+850w

(AIO fan) https://www.amazon.com/Noctua-NF-F12-iPPC-3000-PWM/dp/B00KFCRATC

(Cpu) https://www.ebay.com/itm/174921523223?itmmeta=01HSCGQXKWTGX429ZVZJWZBWN7&itmprp=enc%3AAQAJAAAA4K8X6zQtoq1II2nxPzvabkV615jSft6DfH3lDVYnZuYb2MUrVCd60I10AdFYuNhFXN42kRQbUtUoCu0nhrR%2FZrugPnJIv7TFfdkQ%2Bh45rCN1auE6vY5s4IZxZMzf523v2Wl3wLcCJrQNJODGflJs6jmby1AHfwiMpPr%2BPWsoIXUOxQ4vV1AtvysxSUNqC3ilc8kKpSohPXB%2ByfCLt6Q2YhG5NvcqkWaZMtNnlN%2FS%2F9u4%2BWopWITVzEfp3jA4lYnFgGLv9d7oeM%2BAmP%2BlwN2iWdMC%2BB6Nr5OdNbeUGLI3dVii%7Ctkp%3ABFBMkNrfkMtj

(AIO) https://www.amazon.com/Thermaltake-Cooling-500-2000-Waterblock-CL-W361-PL12SW/dp/B0CCXNXVFC?dib=eyJ2IjoiMSJ9.78cSPk_ZdMiBktASbBbAJRdRCSGVMpjCy7LGsxjFqT5cIcjkc_Jmug8yinT8Vy0dZvmEp-astC-d_DZfnTDkhcakg1x8BtJb4-0hjvEFi5LzoKYArr85v9_QSk8bg0Zt4HQkVJOdRAAsAUn-Fg-DiiVRYGtW4_zOhAP7e2pPQUr_IwWO3slvVXexinI5z9Z8MVt02DyVdtceAKU3C-7P-A.vqfN14Vukp1VPc7bUYgc3eAZ9CmBhZ2iXDB8h6znOqw&dib_tag=se&th=1&psc=1

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I have a large library of steam games, but yet always come back to Garry mod and ravensfield. I keep coming back for the modded content and every other game is excellent, don't get me wrong. But a lot of big games like RD2 and watchdogs 2 just seem like such a long time investment. What 2 games do you infinitely come back to?

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Today i was doing the daily ritual of looking at distrowatch. Todays reveiw section was about a termal called warp, it has built in AI for recomendations and correction for commands (like zhs and nushell). You can also as a chatbot for help. I think its a neat conscept however the security is what makes me a bit skittish. They say the dont collect data and you can check it aswell as opt out. But the idea of a terminal being read by an Ai makes me hesitant aswell as a account needed to use warp. What do you guys think?

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saw this on Facebook and sat the funniest typo.

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