>don't lick me, it feels so good
Never denied that it's autistic. But unlike them, I take my profession seriously.
i'd like to be good enough at something to the point where i can call other professionals shit at it
don't think that'll ever happen though, i'm more of a jack of all trades
boku no pico is honestly the only one i know of
unless you mean anime with shota in it, in which case there are tons
Fun fact: I am still worse than the best out there, so I often feel like I have no right to call others out for their incompetence.
And then I see people programming crap in Java that doesn't even work properly, and I am just wondering where they learned to program. I learned it myself, and I consider myself to be a pretty bad teacher.
"Because you compile it once, and it runs everywhere". And I have to admit, it's a valid argument.
C doesn't. C++ doesn't. Assembler doesn't.
But what I can do is make sure that at least the API matches on all operating systems, even if the ABI does not. Which means that the same binary won't run everywhere, but at least it will compile everywhere.
. Perl does and Python does, but
but they're not good languages for doing anything involving windows or anything complex?
Ugh, ignore that last part about Perl and Python. That was me forgetting to delete my senseless ramblings.
Oh, but it's true that Perl and Python are one hell to setup properly on Windows. On Linux, things tend to work out of the box. I mean, they even ship a C and C++ compiler with any useful distro out there.
i wouldn't say they're hard to set up on windows, you just install the binary and then put it in your PATH variable if you really want to run it from CMD
idk i might have some
That's already harder than on most other Linux distros. Because on Linux these libraries are directly installed in binary/library directories.
And at least for me there have always been weird path finding issues when I wanted to start scripts in other directories.
>pacman -S python
arch truly is my waifu
can't say i've ever really had any issues with python on windows though
Forgot to post loli, thus you get two now.
Because I like to have native AVX2 support in all my binaries.
two for the price of one, what a deal!
i pretty much jumped into the deep end when it came to linux, i've used it pretty much my whole life on servers and stuff but never on my desktop. Went directly from Ubuntu > Debian > Arch. Maybe I'll fall for the Gentoo meme one day, but even Arch is pretty complex for me.
I had Windows for about 14 years of my life. Then during my job training they exclusively used Ubuntu there, and so I rolled with it. And after two years I immediately went for Gentoo.
I already practised to compile my kernel in my Ubuntu days, though.
gotta compile your kernel yourself to keep your legally questionable porn away from the government amiright
So i watched No Money the other day and loved it. anyone got any recommendations for other simlar OVAs?
No, I just wanted to get rid of stuff that I didn't need (kernel compression, initramfs, unused kernel modules). And I learned a great deal in the process - like that the Red Hat guys are complete retards because they program like literal shit when it comes to the Nouveau driver.
cross dressing aint really my thing but i think i have a bit
are you going to go Terry and make your own OS?
Like TempleOS? Nah, I am too lazy for that. Configuring and compiling a kernel is one thing, rewriting everything from scratch is another.
And don't forget, I couldn't use reference implementations anyways because I do not want to use certain functions (I want to have non-NUL-terminated strings-support, no user-space locks for memory allocations and clean-ups ...).
how easy is it to configure the kernel anyway? is it literally just changing options in a config file somewhere?
it's an edited version from some hentai video, originally it was some chick getting banged but it was edited to be len.
You download the kernel archive file, you decompress it, you type "make xconfig", and then you have one hell of a collection of options you can set. And after you are set - which can easily take days if you are doing that for the first time and have no idea what you are doing - you save your changes and the file ".config" is written.
Then you just type "make -j8" (-j8 for the amount of compiling processes to have at one time), and then you wait. And then there can be problems with firmware, or compressions, or module installations ... but these are comparatively easy to solve.
i feel like if i was going that far i may as well just build my own OS on top of the kernel
An entire OS is nearly as complicated as the kernel. There are so many userspace programs most people aren't even aware of. Or do you feel like programming zlib again all by yourself? Or OpenSSL?
nah just clone arch and give it a cool name and change the version number to 1 :^)
We seem to have different definitions of the term "build", then. Because if I was to build my own OS, I'd have to through away all user space programs out there.
idk i think he knows more than you probably
so just pull a terry and make your own TempleOS, shouldn't take more than a few decades.
No, he's right. Assembler is the program that takes assembly code and created binary code from that. A disassembler takes binary code and converts it back into assembly. There are different assemblers for different kinds of assembly code, too.
I may be autistic, but I am not insane.
My thread downloader that updates the status of each thread every 60 seconds and has downloaded about 500 images and JSON files in that time only required 10 seconds of one CPU, and that in 5 hours of runtime. And I didn't even activate higher optimization levels.
>who's probably levels below me.
Case in point, if you need to talk shit in a shota thread about things that aren't even remotely technologically complicated then you're probably not really levels above anyone except for grandma. The fact that you're so easy to b8 by your fragile ego proves it.
We are having a nice debate here, and you autistic shit of a person found out one flaw in which I mixed up assembly with assembler - oh, jokes on you, English ain't even my native language - and suddenly I am talking shit.
Hey, I got an idea - just kill yourself and make everyone else happy. Because people like you deserve to die. Any, I repeat any judge in this world would just sentence you to 10 times having your head sawed off with a hacksaw.
I admit, I didn't.
Höhöhö. Du Hodenkobold bist wahrscheinlich nicht mal in der Lage, dich in deiner eigenen Muttersprache zu unterhalten. Hiermit stellt sich die Frage, warum du ungebildeter Höhlentroll dich nicht einfach unter deiner Brücke ersäuft.
Antwort? Weil du ein Troll bist.
Now, since you are a dumb shit, you have no way to verify if my grammar is that of a German, but you know what? Es interessiert mich mal gar nicht.
German has some real advantages over English. For example, the pronunciations are nearly always spot-on. In German, there is no confusion about "mature" and "nature", between "Kernel" and "Colonel", and other stuff like that.