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» TheComet - 23.04. 23:55 -- All of that is completely useless if you run it inside a VM...
» TheComet - 23.04. 23:54 -- And finally, Linux offers beautiful working environments with multiple desktops, cool effects, themes, widgets, etc.
» TheComet - 23.04. 23:52 -- VMs also make it impossible for the client OS to gain direct control over the underlying hardware, and there are loads of issues with 2D/3D acceleration support and over video driver related issues
» TheComet - 23.04. 23:51 -- They'll run faster, and work seamlessly with the rest of your OS
» TheComet - 23.04. 23:45 -- Every program that runs on Linux can be re-compiled for Windows (because the source code is open). The popular programs have already been ported (see GnuWin32). It's much better to get the software you want to run natively
» TheComet - 23.04. 23:43 -- While VMs have their uses, I don't see much benefit in running linux inside a VM on a Windows machine unless your host system is some kind of continuous integration server or something like that.
» MPony - 23.04. 22:56 -- Dual boot is so nineties. Get a vm with linux if you really want it
» doublerainbow - 23.04. 22:45 -- I have to finish the school projects first tho...Anyway I'll do a fresh install this summer^^
» doublerainbow - 23.04. 22:43 -- you got a point
» TheComet - 23.04. 18:31 -- You should give WINE a shot, it's improved a LOT. Almost all GUI applications, and most games that use OpenGL, run under WINE.
» TheComet - 23.04. 18:30 -- Then do a dual boot. Linux only needs like 15Gb
» doublerainbow - 23.04. 18:15 -- but can't do the step now because I've got several programs that only run under windows-_-
» doublerainbow - 23.04. 18:13 -- I'm running win7 right now
» doublerainbow - 23.04. 18:13 -- I'll never install win8
» TheComet - 23.04. 14:59 -- http://www.kubuntu.org/
» TheComet - 23.04. 14:59 -- I'd argue something like Kubuntu is perfect for end users
» TheComet - 23.04. 14:58 -- And you're telling me Win8 *is* for end users?
» MPony - 23.04. 14:32 -- Linux sure has its uses. End user os is not one of them.
» TheComet - 23.04. 10:33 -- It's become so easy to do lately, especially with all ubuntu distros
» TheComet - 23.04. 10:32 -- >install linux
» TheComet - 23.04. 10:32 -- >download ISO, write to CD/DVD
» TheComet - 23.04. 10:31 -- dr plz
» doublerainbow - 22.04. 20:43 -- if only I had the goddamn time
» doublerainbow - 22.04. 20:43 -- I really should install linux...
» TheComet - 22.04. 19:06 -- So... Linux is still far more reliable.
» TheComet - 22.04. 19:06 -- And I don't think a Windows user would have been able to recover from that as quickly as I was able to
» TheComet - 22.04. 19:05 -- The equivalent to what I did on Windows would be to delete kernel32 (or any other DLL that pretty much every program requires)
» TheComet - 22.04. 19:04 -- Well I *was* doing something stupid...
» M/A/K - 22.04. 18:56 -- ...and they say linux is more reliable... totes!
» TheComet - 22.04. 16:28 -- Yes, it twerks! Thank god for chroot, whoever made that is a genius
» TheComet - 22.04. 16:14 -- hopefully I can now install the libc6 package
» TheComet - 22.04. 16:13 -- holy shit this sucks. I finally got dpkg running again by fiddling with symlinks and manually copying shared libs around
» TheComet - 22.04. 15:09 -- Oh shit, kernel panic. Well fuck. Now I need to create a fucking live usb
» TheComet - 22.04. 15:02 -- I accidentally glibc6 from my computer
» TheComet - 22.04. 11:37 -- can we just appreciate the ingenius joke doublerainbow just made about atomic variables
» thomas - 21.04. 07:22 -- :3
» doublerainbow - 19.04. 01:54 -- god its late
» doublerainbow - 19.04. 01:54 -- k, will wait and not interrupt your atomic sleep
» M/A/K - 19.04. 01:27 -- yuss i do - but i'm off to bed now
» doublerainbow - 19.04. 01:17 -- owowow mak you have skype aren't ya?^^
» M/A/K - 19.04. 00:55 -- well, do you want to have nested interrupts or only one at a time? because the second is the way avrs normally work. after returning to the main loop, they check for any pending interrupts and handle them according to their priority. if you want to influence that, you need to enable or disable your interrupt-selections based on pending ones before the ISR returns. if you want to handle nested interrupts, you need to reenable interrupt handling in the relevant ISRs, because they temporarily disable said handling when being called. good luck figuring out the return logic...
» doublerainbow - 19.04. 00:54 -- stream of legend of equestria on pnyville
» doublerainbow - 19.04. 00:22 -- yeah but in the avr world, they're predefined...like timers have usually have a higer priority than uart
» M/A/K - 18.04. 22:55 -- the lower the number, the higher the priority...? if that does not work, you need to redirect all the interrupts to a common routine and decide there.
» doublerainbow - 18.04. 22:47 -- the problem is the priorities the interrupts occur in a AVR atmega
» doublerainbow - 18.04. 22:42 -- I somewhat found a solution, but not nice at all
» M/A/K - 18.04. 01:26 -- http://cheezburger.com/239365 tis most entertainig!
» M/A/K - 18.04. 01:12 -- in what matter dost thou request our help?
» doublerainbow - 17.04. 22:01 -- or nerdi
» doublerainbow - 17.04. 22:00 -- or mak