Re: Chinny reckon
Bonus points if your acoustic sampling frequency matches your data snooping frequency and moves it into your, higher, data grabbing frequency band.
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Produced and Broadcast from Yorkshire Television in Leeds. My first student placement was in part spent grovelling around under the floor in the MCR, Master Control Room, tracing and ring colour-coding 75Ohm video cables... the old sticky labels had fallen off and the documentation needed, cough, updating. The supervising engineer had recently self eliminated himself via a political power struggle and was working notice sorting this stuff out. We finished things up in time and the evening of the day before broadcast he called me to the end of one of the racks to proudly show me a boot sized DC powered electro-mechanical RF relay bolted to the rack. "This is where our Channel 4 feed leaves the building." he said with a big grin on his face. The next evening the relay went *clunk* and Richard Twice Nightly and Carol Vorderman burst onto the airwaves in Countdown. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03c9vit5G4w 4:03
Given similar minimal wear in/out time anything with castors on acts like a shopping trolley. Dude you just paid $700 to turn your Mac Pro into a shopping trolley?
Anyway someone needs to leap on the iTray desk market and produce something similarly shiny that your Mac Pro with castors can sit on whilst maintaining the same desktop height of your Mac Pro without castors with added does not fall off the edge of your desk prevention.
Dude. You just paid $1400 for a baking tray?!?
Tah. Used: sudo apt install ocl-icd-opencl-dev
Not sure what is going on but now I show 1 GPU slot and 1 CPU slot running. I had to mess about in config, override -1 on some settings to get the GPU up. Again no idea as to what it did. The only indication that the GPU is doing something is the progress bar is moving and the temperature has gone up from 50C to 67C even though GPU utilisation is stuck down at 3% when I wiggle the mouse.
13:33:14: <!-- Client Control -->
13:33:14: <fold-anon v='true'/>
13:33:14: <!-- Folding Slot Configuration -->
13:33:14: <gpu v='false'/>
13:33:14: <!-- Network -->
13:33:14: <proxy v=':8080'/>
13:33:14: <!-- Slot Control -->
13:33:14: <power v='full'/>
13:33:14: <!-- User Information -->
13:33:14: <team v='250966'/>
13:33:14: <user v='Camilla_Smythe'/>
13:33:14: <!-- Folding Slots -->
13:33:14: <slot id='0' type='GPU'>
13:33:14: <cuda-index v='0'/>
13:33:14: <gpu-index v='0'/>
13:33:14: <opencl-index v='0'/>
13:33:14: <slot id='1' type='CPU'/>
13:33:37:WU00:FS01:0xa7:Completed 10000 out of 500000 steps (2%)
13:34:14:WU01:FS00:0xa7:Completed 240000 out of 500000 steps (48%)
OS Arch: AMD64
10:07:50: GPUs: 0
10:07:50:CUDA Device 0: Platform:0 Device:0 Bus:7 Slot:0 Compute:6.1 Driver:10.1
10:07:50: OpenCL: Not detected: Failed to open dynamic library 'libOpenCL.so':
10:07:50: libOpenCL.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or
Ryzen 2700X 16 cores available. GEFORCE GTX1050
Linux Mint 19.3 How do I get the GPU on the case?
"Looking further ahead, we’ll integrate GitHub and npm to improve the security of the open source software supply chain, and enable you to trace a change from a GitHub pull request to the npm package version that fixed it," said Friedman in a blog post.
"Looking further ahead, we’ll integrate GitHub and npm to improve the security of the open source software supply chain, and enable you to trace a change from a GitHub pull request to the npm package version that broke it," said Friedman in a blog post.
Dear Home Secretary,
"Current UK home secretary Priti Patel is firmly anti-encryption, with
the social conservative having banged on about paedoterrorists shortly
after her appointment last summer."
I run Linux. It comes fully loaded with all sorts of encryption stuff
and I can apt-get even more of it should I really care.
For less hardcore paedoterrorists this sort of stuff is also available
on the Interwebs assuming you have the right #hashtags.
There is no need to use the encryption available from popular online
platforms and you do not gain much from asking them to cripple it.
No doubt any backdoors you care to introduce will rapidly fall into the
hands of undesirables.... such as the [HUGE COUGH] Israelis.
Don't mention this to Sir Andrew Parker. He used to work for MI5 and
apparently they don't trust you.
Why does Linux never spend more than 5 minutes updating itself and is happy to hold off on reboots on the extremely rare occasions one is required. I mean... last time I moved up a version number that only took 15 minutes and I didn't really notice any difference. What are they doing wrong?
So they set a counter that kills the drive at the equivalent of an overflow?
Personally I give zero stuffs about it being unsigned or not or for that matter how big it is. They have still installed a mechanism whereby the SSD will Auto-Bork at their imposed time limit irrespective of how much life there might be left in the drive.
I have been advised that one way of extending SSD life is to over provision the drive. 16GB, use 12GB leave 4GB spare. I know not how much additional life time that might gain but the exercise is rendered pointless if the manufacturer wades in and Auto-Borks the drive 5 years before it was due to gasp its last.
shutdown -h nowfor a second time: Mag editor fires parting shot at proprietary software
Uhm... I have an old e-mail address that daily receives at least 10 attempts to deliver spam. Each one gets a 450 client host rejected, recipient unknown or similar. All the associated IP addresses end up as xxx.xxx.xxx.0/24 in IPTables via a scripted cron job. You would think that they might eventually get the idea but.... no. They just move on to different IP addresses that get added to the list. Did I mention I still have an old e-mail address that daily receives at least 10 attempts to deliver spam. No doubt tomorrow I will still have an old e-mail address that daily receives at least 10 attempts to deliver spam.
Company ran one that allowed three concurrent users for the free version and was too tight to pay for a licence. Cue lone zombies walking about the place asking to use other logged in zombies computers or asking them to log out. Somehow one day the company discovers it has six concurrent users and non of them can log out or use the system even if they turn things off and on again. They end up still being logged in and the instances seem to be frozen. The real ones, all three, are running on a computer at the back of the stock room. The others are....
Explained to customer what problem was and how solution worked. Customer asks how sure I am so I say 50%. Customer expresses relief because all the other solutions that failed had been guaranteed to be 100%. Implements solution. Solution works. Other half of product goes up in smoke.
Fondle my plunger first.
OK... It is now Rubbery.
Please turn around and open your Cyber-Johns.
Your entry is too low. Please stand on your head.
Your entry is too high.
My Head Handles are in the way.
Remove your Head Handles.
I will lose my Wi-Fi connection. The Dabbs will connect.
The Dabbs does not have a Wi-Fi Connection! I have cum. How was it for you?
Caught you watching pron e-mails request that I copy and paste a bitcoin wallet address from a .jpg image because it is case sensitive. I assume everyone else has been getting the case sensitive part wrong so my new owners are trying to make stuff easier. I still haven't worked out how to copy and paste from a .jpg image. Any pointers? I seem to have already missed a number of deadlines so apologies to anyone who has received a collection of poorly focused images of me having a fap.
Specifically asking about its design or other technical details. For example...
Additionally, any documentation that details how the LiMA system is designed is exempt from
disclosure under section 43 (2) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. This is because, in our
opinion, the disclosure of the information under the Act would, or would be likely to, prejudice
the commercial interests of both DWP and a third party licensee of DWP.
That's right folks. LIMA is a commercial and commercially sensitive product. AFAIK, don't quote me, it was developed in collaboration with ATOS and/or MAXIMUS and they will not tell you about it because of commercial sensitivity... e.g possible profit base. More likely the system is so hopelessly broken that it says people who are dead are fit for work.
Now they want to do what the article suggests but place their hooks more deeply into personally sensitive information and no doubt if they do get access the result will be a commercially sensitive product that you do not get to look at.
I would suggest that if they are not going to be completely transparent about what they are implementing and how they are implementing it then they should be invited to go fuck themselves.
Stupid users should upgrade to 128 core processors with 512GB DDR5 ram and minimum 20TB PCIe SSDs and overclock the lot. Minimum of 10GB/s fibre connection required. Here's another pizza advert. $10.50, $8.50 advertising surcharge, $2.00 to make. Please enjoy your improved browsing experience.
Well, because this, no.
Yeah but what if?
Well, because this, no.
LOOK YOU GREAT BIG VACUOUSLY IGNORANT TOSSPOT JUST NO!!1!!
Be very afraid.
"A scheme that is durable and will be able to be evidenced forever..."
No buses for three hours and then 50 turn up. Presumably multiple, 50, independent dick heads have been on the 'dark web' buying up bulk e-mail lists along with a, piss poor, ruse template and lists of open relays. Set phasors on stun and launch the scripts..... Profit!
It can't be the same person... can it? I mean what sort of dick head sends sends the same message from multiple sources 50 times expecting me not to notice something strange could be going on and then does the same thing every day for a week... because I did not respond to the first 50?
Now I have 50 individual dick heads a day telling me they have hacked my webcam and I'm "I don't care about your shit English but I don't have a fucking WebCam!" prior to deleting the messages and blocking CIDRs via IPTables.
I mean why not try to sell me a WebCam instead when your hackware noticed I did not have one or does that only happen if I buy a WebCam and no longer need one... I stop getting blackmail and the advertising guys move in to take up the slack?
Unfortunately some people must respond to this sort of rubbish because... level playing field or something.
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