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mikutothe3rd

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About mikutothe3rd

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    Fidgeting

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  • My pronouns are..
    they/them

My Kinks

  • I'm into..
    Bathroom Control
    Bedwetting
    Hyper wetting
    Watersports
    Cuddling
    Furry
    Pleasure control
    Tail pulling

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  1. *Hugs the hedgehog and tosses a gavel at the above user.*
  2. I use mine just about every day, so that's probably what is killing it. Doesn't help that SD doesn't support trim, and it isn't like I could just boot off an M.2 to USB device, since you're stuck with SD for the main OS. Anyways, thank you for indulging me in a few... er.. lot of questions, haha. If you do make that smartmirror, do let me know--I'd love to see it.
  3. Sorry for my misunderstanding--I thought you were talking about the drives specifically. My fault, englishing with me is a 50/50 shot. As for the TR processor, flex away. I'd love to see your system's specs, in terms of things other than the Threadripper? Are you running two (or more) quadros or consumer GPUs? If so, in what configuration? Also, and this is something I see a lot, have you had to deal with instability with the multi-gpu setup? I've heard that Linux, even with the nonfree drivers, can be unstable with two or more GPUs. In terms of your pis, how many times a year (or less, if you haven't had them that long) do you have to replace the SD cards? Mine has been burning through them as of late, and I want to make sure I don't need to find a replacement. As for the smart mirror, I'd recommend using a mirror you have no care about for your first try (like a hand mirror you don't mind gutting) and looking up a good, written tutorial. Other than that, you kinda have to figure it out and jury-rig it to your use case. I use a simple bash script and the TTY for mine that pulls the current time, date, and temp (using the aptly named weather package) from the web. Sorry about asking so many questions. I'm a computer nerd who enjoys computery things and talking with people about said things. Which is ironic given how well water and electronics mix.
  4. IIRC Kden can view RAW drives and their contents, you just have to install the proper codexes and enable them under settings, similar to installing NVidia drivers, but I digress. The lack of support for the threadripper (dear god that flex must have hurt you) and multi-GPU (how is he not dead), however, is a good reason to stick with your current software. Workflow is something I also agree with--as someone who does the odd video edit here and there, it can be a little cumbersome. That said, what distro are the pis running, and what type of pi are they? As for your desktops, mint is a strong choice for wanting everything to just work, which given your job, you probably need. For my Linux-y projects, I have various pis (0, 3b, and 4b) all doing little projects that I've made over the years, like a smartmirror, a few controlers for lights and thermostats, and other smart-home like improvements. For my desktop, I have Debian, Arch, and Windows running in a triple boot (each on their own drive of course). Debian acts as a recovery enviorment in case I screw something up majorly but still need to continue work anyways, Arch is my main driver, and Windows is for any weird hardware that would come my way.
  5. I see. Have you considered other editing software, like Kdenlive? If so, what made you go with Resolve? Also what other linux-y things do you have?
  6. I've never used webmin before, but kinda want to. What is it like, if you don't mind my asking. Also will we get to see your editing rig too? I love me some good tech porn. Especially linux tech porn. Especially especially if your DE has a good rice to go with it. Sorry for so many questions--I run linux myself for a VMs server along with because I like it.
  7. Impressive, both your use of CentOS and your use of FreeBSD. A powerful beast to be sure. What do you use to do upkeep? Is it completely headless or do you have a way of interaction?
  8. My screen name comes from an old IRC name I used for god knows how many years, while my avatar is just what I was auto-assigned because I like simple stuff and don't have a better image.
  9. Mine has got to be control. Not just of the bathroom, but in general---the more control over a person the better. Other than that, the odd "got away with it" wetting is also a turn-on.
  10. Sexy as hell. What distro are you running? Debian? Or maybe Arch? (I use arch btw)? Or something else completely?
  11. I had a long chat with a friend of mind about the nature of life and death. one of those things that you just sit down and wonder about.
  12. Send in... Another SNAAAAAAAKE!
  13. *throws a hug at the above user* Also I threw it at the Shepard because they were above me.
  14. *throws the underwear at the above user* We're 6 feet apart and sanitizing between throws, so hush.
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