Saturday, June 22
Why Did I Work So Hard At The Sports Festival Edition
- Moderating social networks is an awful job because people are awful. (TechDirt)
The situation is not improved by the fact that all the major social networks are run by idiot children.
- AMD's Epyc Rome lineup looks to have leaked. (WCCFTech)
Starting at around $500 for an 8 core part (single or dual socket) and ranging up to $5000 for a single-socket 64 core and $7700 for a dual-socket 64 core part.
I still want to see more AM4 servers though.
- That bug in Chrome's site suggestions has reportedly been fixed in the latest update. (Bleeping Computer)
- Ubuntu is dropping 32-bit support as of 19.10. (Ubuntu)
Not only will there no longer be 32-bit builds of the operating system, the 64-bit builds won't have any 32-bit libraries. While the kernel still retains the ability to run 32-bit apps, you will have to bundle all dependencies with your app. And you'll also need to work out how to build it in the first place without any 32-bit support in your development environment.
Posted by: J Greely at Sunday, June 23 2019 08:10 AM (ZlYZd)
Posted by: Rick C at Sunday, June 23 2019 10:58 AM (Iwkd4)
And regarding my last comment I wasn't even thinking about games when I wrote it, but I don't game on Linux.
Posted by: Rick C at Sunday, June 23 2019 11:13 AM (Iwkd4)
Posted by: StargazerA5 at Sunday, June 23 2019 02:26 PM (jl9eJ)
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