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421.beats? :thinking: :upside_down_face:


but … i see it is showing wrong :frowning:

#!/bin/bash

# beats - swatch time 
# http://www.timeanddate.com/time/internettime.html
# https://www.swatch.com/en/internettime/
# 
#https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swatch_Internet_Time#Calculation_from_UTC.2B1
command -v bc >/dev/null 2>&1 || { echo "I need bc" ; exit 1; }
# UTC to variables
export TZ=GMT-1 # Not sure why is this minus and not plus
read h m s <<<$(date "+%H %M %S")
#echo $h $m $s
# (UTC+1seconds + (UTC+1minutes * 60) + (UTC+1hours * 3600)) / 86.4 
# btw: beats smaller than one are not in the standard
# bc is "rounding down", which seems to be the correct way in this case
# h=23
# m=59
# s=59
beats=$(bc <<< "scale=0; ($s + ($m * 60) + (($h) * 3600)) / 86.4")
echo "$beats.beats"

this: TZ=GMT-1 is screwed…

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I have a raspberry pi I’ve done nothing with for like a year now. This is interesting.

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Haha, haven’t seen that for a loooong time now! Maybe they should now take another attempt of establishing .beat time! :grinning:

I’ve been playing WoW on Linux for the past couple of months. Installed with Lutris and using Strongbox on the AUR for mods.

AND power supply. Everything starts with good clean power. It’s rare, but I have seen PSUs get funky when the ambient temp goes up.

You might want to take the cover off the computer, blow out the dust, and set a 10 inch or so fan blowing into the case, and see if it temperature related.

Pudge

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I actually had an issue with hardware errors recently, which I fixed by updating my BIOS and adjusting some XMP RAM timings. But yeah with everything you’ve tried, especially switching the hardware and trying different kernels/distros, I’d think it’s most likely a CPU problem.

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I LOVE those icons! Simple and white. Where do you get them!? It would go great with my very grey everything.

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Throwing my plasma desktop up. Ride the wave :ocean:.

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Wish we could get rid of those ugly and redundant dropdown arrows near back/forward buttons in Dolphin, without recompiling it… :woozy_face:

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Here is my desktop as it looks now, after using EndeavourOS for about 6 days. I haven’t yet bothered with any fancy ricing, this is just KDE Plasma with the default Breeze theme, which I quite like:

I know EOS is supposed to be poiple, but I really like green :frog:

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Nice swamp! :frog:

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Thanks, it’s a random image I found online, I think it’s rather relaxing :frog:

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hello ,it’s green :rofl:

https://www.xfce-look.org/search/projectSearchText/circles :wink:

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Not the only green around here:

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Plasma & plank

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Why if you don’t mind me asking do you not use latte on plasma?

Uses too much memory plank < 40mb.

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