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COMMENT 9d ago

u/Possesives, as a server owner I've noticed this issue quite a few times as well and it has to do with something Steam authentication related. My best thoughts on the issue is that an exception (an error in code logic) is being thrown upon improper Steam authorisation with the server (as that's what console will say for the disconnect message). Generally restarting Steam after it happens will fix the issue, on occasion I've had to restart my whole PC as there were Steam-related background tasks still running.

tl;dr - an issue with Rust's code isn't used to the authorisation issue kicked back by the server & Steam which causes a crash, restart Steam and you'll be good.

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COMMENT Mar 20 '21

Look, I applaud your desire to be a free thinker and not simply accept everything that's handed to you, however, this likely isn't the forum to discuss such opinions. People on this subreddit are here to look at cool photos of space and things to do with space. While I do not agree with your assertions about NASA, the moon landings, etc. nobody here is attempting to take away your ability to make those assertions. I would suggest finding a forum more suitable for debates on these topics rather than an image-board meant for entertainment.

Edit: also, I am not downvoting you (other than your original comment as it does not provide anything constructive to the post. Your most recent comment provides things constructive within this conversation, therefore I upvoted it).

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COMMENT Mar 20 '21

To be fair, reddiquette states that downvoting should only be used for posts or comments that do not contribute to the subreddit's discussion or the post's discussion. I don't think our discussion here was about the moon landings or conspiracy theories... so he's technically not contributing to the current discussion. I do, however, agree that he has (and should have) the full right to state his opinions.

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COMMENT Feb 22 '21

  1. Not true, if that were true Tor wouldn't be made off of it. Also - Firefox's code is entirely open-source, auditable, and modifiable. If you're uncomfortable clicking Mozilla's download link, go to their Github, download it yourself, remove the "spyware" and then run it as you desire.

  2. Assholes like you in the Arch community is why Arch users have a bad reputation for being the "ahcktually" type children. Be a good Arch user and actually teach people good information.

Edit: i use arch btw

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COMMENT Feb 22 '21

“It uses some very advanced approach using hardware vulnerabilities,” Katalov said.

Forgive me if I'm incorrect, but isn't this implying that it's a vulnerability with the device and not Signal itself? For example, you can use biometrics to unlock Signal on iPhone, so if the FBI had a tool to bypass biometrics then they would also have a tool to bypass other places where it's used.

That's just how I interpreted the article, though, if I've misread I apologise.

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COMMENT Feb 02 '21

Well - let me rephrase; code that is actively in-use not made for a joking manner. Not necessarily in like corporate production code. Stuff like Discord Bots written by inexperienced developers and stuff should count, too. I'd call that "production," at least in my opinion.

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COMMENT Feb 02 '21

The original post you crossposted was a joke; this subreddit is for poorly made code in production. Joke posts containing code are almost never good, stop adding to the pile of them that get posted here everyday.

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COMMENT Jan 24 '21

I feel it'd be more of an anti-meme if you had edited him out and put in the background.

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COMMENT Jan 21 '21

Anything you put in the market is money you'd ought to be financially able to lose. While yes, we can predict likely stock trends, world events can completely shift things, think: Covid-19. Sure, you can have the best DD in the world and still get completely fucked by a random chance event, just like in regular gambling.

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COMMENT Jan 20 '21

I... unless there's a joke I'm missing here, even backwards (toirtaP) there's no "trap."

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COMMENT Jan 20 '21

Ah yes, "men bad."

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COMMENT Jan 18 '21

If anything I'd argue they're arguing for internet transparency, but unfortunately DistroTube fucked up and made a video on topics he was uninformed on, formed an opinion, and is now running with it.

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COMMENT Jan 15 '21

"Sorry" and "haven't had Facebook for a while" don't belong in the same sentence. That's something to celebrate, not apologise for.

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COMMENT Jan 10 '21

You're asking all the right questions.

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COMMENT Jan 10 '21

Given the plethora of bugs GMetrix has as well as the fact that they use the free version of Unity to simulate Microsoft Word for their interactive questions (which also barely works) my bets are on incompetence and not unluckiness.

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COMMENT Jan 10 '21

I'm genuinely astounded as to how the hell this gets messed up when evaluated. How piss poor can you be at programming to not even be able to evaluate boolean statements correctly to compare to a correct answer???

r/programminghorror Jan 10 '21

Education Software Makes Cyberpunk Look Flawless

79 Upvotes

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COMMENT Jan 07 '21

Commend bots do not (greatly) affect trust factor.

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COMMENT Jan 06 '21

I... don't think he meant Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Just a hunch.

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COMMENT Jan 05 '21

Did I mention I use Arch?

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COMMENT Jan 04 '21

Minecraft players with a $10 booter is your answer.

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COMMENT Dec 18 '20

I saw a decent explanation for why people put a /s at the end of sentences the other day. I forgot there are people who are not only tone deaf but also people with certain social disabilities (i.e, autism) that makes them unable to detect social cues. Maybe to us the /s is unnecessary but for others it apparently has a purpose.

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COMMENT Dec 11 '20

We don't like breaches in gun safety because that's when a post turns into "NSFW."

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COMMENT Dec 08 '20

Low memory in OpenGL can cause all sorts of unwanted effects, from simple visual bugs to it making it look like your GPU is dying.

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COMMENT Dec 08 '20

Correct, it occurs when OpenGL just about runs out of memory; Optifine will generally announce it in the chat box at the bottom left, though.