github pro tips:
you can add .patch to the end of any pull request url or commit url to get a perfect patch.
open a terminal and type:
BOOM. instant patch made from pull request.
BOOM. instant patch made from git commit.
mind = blown.
If anyone needs a cheap gpu upgrade this guy has 18 rx 570 4gb of various brands for $100 a pop. mined on for about 3 months - undervolted, 50% fan speed, 60c or less
If anyone's not subscribed to humble monthly yet, they always have great games, many of which are on linux. Feel free to help me get some credit for games with my affiliate link! https://www.humblebundle.com/monthly?refc=Jb5pje
Made a video/guide and blog post about installing llvm-svn and mesa-git on Arch with and without libglvnd:
Gaming on Linux has come a long way. This is Battlefield 1, on a Ryzen 2400G + RX 580, at ultra settings, recorded with the GPU using VAAPI, being played in WINE with DXVK, all on linux. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n28Ap4L2nls
Not too bad for GPU encoding via VAAPI in OBS. 1080p 60fps, 30,000 bitrate for recording. Of course x264 looks much better, but this is a great option if you dont have a strong cpu
- a microSD card weighs somewhere around 0.4g
- the highest capacity microSD that's easily available is 256GB
- a trebuchet can throw a 90kg projectile over 300m
90kg worth of microSD cards is 225,000 of them
Therefore a trebuchet can throw 57.6PB of data over 300m
This would have the highest throughput of any telecommunications network ever created
The Division working much better with async patch now to dxvk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJamFt9Mv2k
alright, maybe not quite playable. this is on the lowest settings. currently a stutter fest. getting there though
I like linux and tacos. I play vidjamagames on Twitch and make the youtubes.
Linux geeks doing what Linux geeks do...