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frostprophet @infosec.pub
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Noob Question Thread: Ask Any Questions About Linux!
  • I feel like I'm getting performance below what I've been getting on windows for the same games when I'm booting in Linux. Top of the head example is COD WWII, the gameplay and cutscenes stagger a lot but runs fine on windows with the same hardware. I've checked that my graphics card is being used by Linux but I just feel like I'm missing some settings that would optimise it.

    I'm running Linux mint with a NVIDIA GTX1070. I know there's some issues with NVIDIA and Linux but would that be the full reason?

  • When you're writing a song, how do you know it isn't just a song you've heard before but don't recognise?

    I'm currently in the process of writing a song. I've got a tune and I'm putting the lyrics together but I'm always concerned that any tune I think of might just be another song I've heard somewhere randomly that I don't remember hearing.

    Do I just have a shitty memory or is this a problem that other people have too?

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    Nahiri's Lithoforming

    Hi! I'm tweaking my burn deck and had a question about the wording/rules around Nahiri's Lithoforming.

    The text states:

    > Sacrifice X lands. For each land sacrificed this way, draw a card. You may play X additional lands this turn. Lands you control enter the battlefield tapped this turn.

    My question was whether the additional lands have to be played while the spell is resolving or at any time during the rest of the turn? I'm guessing the latter because otherwise it would say "you may play X additional lands", but just wanted to check.

    Looking to combine this with acidic soil and valakut for some fun where I don't take much/any damage.

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  • GrapheneOS often picks up security flaws in the android open source project and fixes them before google goes. I won't claim they fix everything but I've seen enough examples of things they fix over AOSP that make me doubt they wouldn't have fixed something like that (on top of keeping everything updated). Maybe you weren't referring to Graphene but still worth a shoutout for being a very (the most?) secure operating system.

  • Will probably get a black eye in the process but I think I can win

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