LAUNCH LAUNCH LAUNCH LAUNCH LAUNCH FIGHTERS
This is what I hear in my head when I see a fully-charged USA Deathstar sending its troops overseas in HOI4.
Sorry "guys" Yuzo Koshiro is worth "oversharing"
Streets of Rage 3 OST, T10: Percussion (Round 3-1)
Streets of Rage 3 OST, T07: Dub Slash (Round 2-1)
BRB making a HOI4 mod that makes this the nation selection music at the beginning of the game.
Streets of Rage 3 OST, T02: Spinning Machine (Player Select)
One hour of south african liberation music
A Perfect Circle - Counting Bodies Like Sheep To The Rhythm Of The War Drums
A Perfect Circle - Pet - Lyrics Onscreen
Holy macaroni my system interactivity is being crushed by a kernel compile using all of my 16 threads. Unfortunate and something I haven't experienced in some time.
"A task gets preempted in every tick. If the clock ticks in 250HZ (i.e. CONFIG_HZ_250=y) then a task runs for 4 milliseconds and then got preempted if there are other tasks in the runqueue."
My early impressions running 5.8.7-12-tkg-cfs with Cachy are not the best when it comes to my gaming on my 8-core 16-thread system but I'm not exactly surprised since the scheduler is still so new and I'm used to PDS.
I wonder if my kernel config settings are something Cachy doesn't expect because I'm seeing what I can only describe as rather frequent hiccups in frametimes. I notice for example the github repo mentions 250Hz timers while I am using my usual of 1000Hz.
Joe Biden and Donald Trump TIED in Florida
I think I need to play through Ur-Quan Masters again.
I just realized that not only did TKG add support for the Cachy CPU scheduler to his linux-tkg stuff but Xanmod actually provided an experimental build of his kernel w/Cachy.
I will probably play around with it myself later via TKG after updating my PDS and BMQ kerns.
I know Cachy seems to be aimed at systems with more limited resources than my own but I'm curious nonetheless to see how it performs in general for myself and I have yet to see many benchmarks or user experience reports.
Also I might suggest that Private Internet Access lets users override the automatic detection of the init system in use because I'm using systemd but first the PIA script thought "OpenRC system" but after I removed any trace of OpenRC it thought "sysvinit system" and I was stuck.
Probably not all that simple to have the override actually work reliably or at all but man I don't know enough myself to get my hands any dirtier than I did :)
And I'm Kanye West
Lil Dicky - Earth (Official Music Video)
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