Anyone know what processing requirements/os requirements are for the ECE program, specifically EE. Would a thinkpad x200 running parabola work? It has worked so far but I just want to make sure it will continue.
EE/CE dual-major checking in. There's not much in the way of _necessary_ softwares; the one off the top of my head is the software that the Analog Discovery 2 uses (it's called Digital Waveforms) but the binary is at least available to d/l on their website or from the AUR.If you have not taken ECE109 yet, there's a dumb Java virtual machine you have to run in order to write programs for the LC3 architecture. . . otherwise you might need to use MS Word / Google Docs for ENG331 because every instructor wants a .docx of every assignment for some reasonsrc: I've done my HW on a W541 running Arch since I got into the curriculum
I hate to be that guy, but is that
Software gpl compatible. Sorry wifi cut out
If you mean>is that Analog Discovery 2 software GPL compatibleThat's a big fat no. bins are distributed gratis but source code is notIt's fine though since [spoiler]the BSD 3-clause license is clearly superior to any version of the GPL[/spoiler]If you're going for a complete FOSS build on your machine, I'm going to warn you that you'll have a hard time using your computer. But go ahead, don't let someone on the internet boss you around#flip
I have yet to have any problem with my completely free computer. Most of the software I use is free anyway. Also BSD 3 is GPL compatible which is fine in my books, probably to the dismay of RMS. Thanks for the help, I'll end up just installing it on an external usb to keep>muh freedoms
what's the best $EDITOR
Vim, but only if you know how to quit it. The true challenge of our time.
From: email@example.com (Patrick J. LoPresti)Subject: The True Path (long)Date: 11 Jul 91 03:17:31 GMTNewsgroups: alt.religion.emacs,alt.slackWhen I log into my Xenix system with my 110 baud teletype, both vi*and* Emacs are just too damn slow. They print useless messages like,'C-h for help' and '"foo" File is read only'. So I use the editorthat doesn't waste my VALUABLE time.Ed, man! !man edED(1) UNIX Programmer's Manual ED(1)NAME ed - text editorSYNOPSIS ed [ - ] [ -x ] [ name ]DESCRIPTION Ed is the standard text editor.---Computer Scientists love ed, not just because it comes firstalphabetically, but because it's the standard. Everyone else loves edbecause it's ED!"Ed is the standard text editor."
Here's a pretty cool editorhttps://github.com/mawww/kakoune
>>6907Does it support plugins? It seems pretty good though.
hello linux thread, I just spent more of my precious youth debugging an e-mail system. fuck all I needed was 1 lineNow everything works and I'm really upset. [spoiler]mutt[/spoiler] is a shite program and the debugging AUTH LOGIN is non-existent. I'd be better off using alpinemaybe I'll feel better in the morning
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