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I'm not really familiar with what you're referring to, but also, science is a philosophy. It's a method of finding truth.

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I don't know what they mean by 'portal litter', but lol. They do every other thing they listed now.

JackGreenEarth ,
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What, like the front page of Wikipedia? Just a bunch of links?

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Why didn't they put it on F-Droid? And does Proton mail support connecting via SMTP or POP from third party clients, like every other mail service does, yet?

Are we going to see arch based immutable distros in the near future?

Hi there folks, I'm still learning about Linux and have yet to dip my toes properly in any arch based distro. Have for the moment fallen in love with the immutable distros based on Universal Blue project. However I do want to learn about what arch has to offer to and plan on installing default arch when I have time. But have...

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What is the benefit of an immutable distro?

JackGreenEarth ,
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But then you also can't make any changes to the system files. I thought the point of Linux was having more control

JackGreenEarth ,
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As long as you don't share it, besides a feeling of 'ickieness', I don't see why it should be illegal, its not harming anyone.

JackGreenEarth ,
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Nothing particularly unique - Stardew Valley, Minecraft: Java Edition, Minetest, Hill Climb Racing, Vector Pinball, Geometry Dash, Cookie Clicker, Crash Bandicoot through Lemuroid, 2048

Building a brand new machine and leaving Windows for good

I'm sick of Windows, and especially what it's become, and the way its trending looks like it will only get worse. I'll be building a brand new PC this summer and want to choose a Linux Distro instead. In preparation, I'd like to try out a virtual machine with a Linux distribution. I am solidly familiar with Ubuntu, but I...

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I haven't had problems playing games like Skyrim, The Witcher 3, Stardew Valley, Minecraft, Terraria, Portal, etc on Manjaro GNOME.

JackGreenEarth ,
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First of all, that doesn't have much to do with this post. Second, unfortunately not being able to tell what's true or not isn't a problem unique to members of any specific generation.

JackGreenEarth ,
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Believing you exist - well, I am thinking therefore I exist. No such argument for god.

JackGreenEarth ,
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What same philosopher? I'm the only one I can know exists :p.

In seriousness, Decrates, who originally said cogito ergo sum, did also make an argument for God, but a bad one.

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GNOME with a bunch of extensions and themes. It looks and works way better than Plasma, which I've tried, and I find the UI too crowded and unpolished.

JackGreenEarth ,
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I know you're trying to say the opposite, but I agree with the sealion in this regard. The human was being racist, and when the sealion chalkenged them to actually defend their beliefs they proved that they couldn't, and instead of admitting they didn't have any logical reason to hate sealions, they made excuses such as them being busy with other things, when they could have ended the discussion quickly by admitting they were wrong for hating sealions - or, if they did have a good reason for hating sealions, saying it. He was dodging the question and putting it on the sealion for being rude.

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Usually in online arguments I don't expect to convince the person I'm arguing with, but to show anyone else reading the thread that an opposing opinion exists. But that said, sometimes I simply don't engage if I don't have the energy.

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Replace 'sealions' with 'black people'. Do you still think it's ok?

JackGreenEarth ,
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It already wasn't a requirement when flashing the iso with Rufus.

JackGreenEarth ,
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There's an innumerable number of reasons no one showed up, only one of which is that backwards time travel isn't possible.

JackGreenEarth ,
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3200 characters, using only the lowercase alphabet, space, comma, and full stop.

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Is that a doctor who reference?

JackGreenEarth ,
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You're lucky, that was the only non 1976 doctor who episode I watched

JackGreenEarth ,
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Alright, it was a slight exaggeration. I watched episode 1 of the same series too.

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You don't have to have surgery to be trans

JackGreenEarth ,
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I don't know which UI you're using, for me on Voyager they are rainbow ordered.

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Create enough matter to make Earth collapse into a black hole, ending all life.

Victim reports his father missing. Police instead interrogated him for 17 hours, said they killed his dog, and withheld his meds from the victim. Victim tried to commit suicide in the room. ( lemmy.world )

At one point during the interrogation, the investigators even threatened to have his pet Labrador Retriever, Margosha, euthanized as a stray, and brought the dog into the room so he could say goodbye. “OK? Your dog’s now gone, forget about it,” said an investigator....

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I thought the Finnish police system was supposed to be more progressive than America's

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I hate to defend Elon Musk, but Australia is in the wrong here. You don't have the authority to censor a website, for the entire world, that isn't even based in your country. Otherwise I'm sure Russia and China will be looking veeery interestedly at this...

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Is that 128GB of VRAM? Because normal RAM doesn't matter unless you want to run the model on the CPU, which is much slower.

JackGreenEarth ,
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I have a Asus laptop with a GTX 1660 ti with 6GB VRAM. I use Jan for LLMs, only the 7B models or lower are small enough for my hardware though, and Krita with the AI Image Generation plugin for image generation, most things work in it, except it fails with an 'out of VRAM' error if I try to inpaint an area more than about 1/8 of my canvas size.

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Any tips on how to get stable diffusion to do that? I'm running it through Krita's AI Image Generation plugin, and with my 6GB VRAM and 16GB RAM, the VRAM is quite limited if I want to inpaint larger images, I keep getting 'out of VRAM' errors. How do I make it switch to RAM when VRAM is full? Or with Jan for that matter, how can I get it to partially use RAM and partially VRAM so I can get it to run models larger than 7B?

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Not for me, but that might have been a slight exaggeration.

JackGreenEarth ,
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Why should they have to support Windows 10 when Linux would run fine on your 'old' machine? That really puts the 'yours' back in your computer, no need for a company to do it for you.

Happy World Turtle Day! One of my favourite turtle-releated software development things is that Firefox console will show a little turtle icon on slow requests. Picture also related. ( lemmy.world )

Also shout out to all shell programmers and turtle graphicians and turtle roboticians! Turtles are really awesome, they have shell access! And won't be rushing to push anything on production too fast either.

JackGreenEarth ,
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I did something very similar with python's import turtle

JackGreenEarth ,
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I see all this about grass not being native, but to where? It must be native somewhere.

JackGreenEarth ,
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I haven't read the whole act, but the restrictions mentioned in the article don't sound as bad as I was expecting.

JackGreenEarth ,
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Thought the original was Aramaic rather than Hebrew

JackGreenEarth ,
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Where is that quote from?

JackGreenEarth ,
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So which did you read? The Babylonian Talmud, which is incredibly long, or the Jerusalem one?

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No, no, not trying to be oppositional at all, just interested. Sorry if I made it look the wrong way. I've read parts of the Babylonian Talmud, not the whole thing, and I would agree with your points. Not to mention the parts like those where they act like demons are real things that exist, and prescribe a method for how to see them.

Interestingly, lots of the differences between the new and old testament are also differences between the Torah and the Talmud, eg demons, heaven and hell, interpreting the biblical laws differently (although obviously the new testament takes it much further).

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