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#1 2020-06-12 12:24:29

brontosaurusrex
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When human-assisted AI writes 10 tips for Linux.

Linux is an operating system,

AI with some human assistance wrote:

a collection of software applications that allow you to interact with the world around you, but it is also a very powerful tool, a system that can make your life a lot more enjoyable. In my last blog post, I talked about how easy Linux is for beginners to get started with, and today, I would like to share with you 10 Tips for Linux beginners . Here are 10 tips you can use to start making sense of your Linux- based computing experience . I hope you find them helpful.

Tip #1 – Write some code that works on your computer . I would really encourage you to write some code that works on your computer.

Tip #2 -  Know your hardware.

Tip #3 -  Don't make your own kernel .

Tip #4 -  Use a package manager .

Tip #5 -  Make a backup of your entire data partition.

Tip #6 - Don't trust the web interface.

Tip #7 -  Never run your own server .

Tip #8 -  Be careful with the firewall settings .

Tip #9 -  You may run into problems .

Tip #10 -  Always ask for help .

Online AI used https://transformer.huggingface.co/

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#2 2020-06-12 12:44:57

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Re: When human-assisted AI writes 10 tips for Linux.

Great find! Good fun being had....


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#3 2020-06-12 15:47:04

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Re: When human-assisted AI writes 10 tips for Linux.

I think I'll interact with the world around me by writing a quick kernel, just in spite wink

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#4 2020-06-12 15:56:05

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Re: When human-assisted AI writes 10 tips for Linux.

Please do, 'cause slow kernels suck. wink

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#5 2020-06-12 22:57:11

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Re: When human-assisted AI writes 10 tips for Linux.

Make sure to torrent it from your own server. And if you could design a custom web interface for that...

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#6 2020-06-12 23:17:08

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Re: When human-assisted AI writes 10 tips for Linux.

I used Transformer to see what @hhh was going to write...

Make sure to torrent it from your own server. And if you could design a custom web interface for that , it might be a great idea to make this easy. You should install the required plugins. You can easily get to the site with just a few clicks on the "Save" button. Now if you want to be able to install your web interface for the web app on Android , just run the following command on your desktop:

$ sudo apt-get install google

That last line is genius big_smile


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#7 2020-06-12 23:20:28

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Re: When human-assisted AI writes 10 tips for Linux.

That is really funny!

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#8 2020-06-13 07:26:17

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Re: When human-assisted AI writes 10 tips for Linux.

Good fun!
https://transformer.huggingface.co/doc/distil-gpt2

As a matter of fact, this is probably the most important issue with this project in terms of the number of files it needs. There are a ton of applications and they are all free to run but they can take many hours of effort to compile and write. The best solution would be to make a simple script that can use all of the libraries available to it and use it to set up a database. This would allow us to quickly create and run multiple file systems that are compatible with our existing file system and use it in different ways.

Utter baloney, triggered by a forum post.
And it perfectly explains those weird ramblings I see on various forums every now and then. Those ramblings that make me doubt the sanity of the writer.


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