Comcast is offering cheap internet for old folks

Oh goody, more cheap internet not for the criminally insane. Oh wait, I’m not a criminal. That’s funny, ten bucks a month gets faster internet then I have. I only get 6 Mbps for 50 bucks a month, what a fucking rip off. I should just switch to dial up, and say goodbye to playing games online. Or did Comcast increase my speed too? Guess I should go to their site and check. Need to change my router settings if they did.

engadget.com

It’s still 6 Mbps according to their upgrade page. I’ll turn the throttling off and see if it increased. Nope still around 7 Mbps.

Better cancel internet and use my phone’s internet. I have 2.5 GB at high speed, then I’m throttled.

Stupid phone

Somehow auto rotate got turned off. Was trying to rotate my phone, but the app didn’t adjust itself. Turns out my LG G3 turned auto rotate off, or it was never on. Thought I was going to have to order a Moto G next month.

That might of been somebody from my school

Some girl was trying to talk to me months ago, possibly a year now. I was walking by her apartment. I refused to talk and kept walking, she followed me not very far. I didn’t look at her, so I don’t know if I know her. What a smart fellow I am.

I’m surprised any female would want to talk to me though.

You can’t build Mozilla servo in Windows?

It’d probably be a pain if you can. Doing it in Manjaro, using yaourt -S servo-git. It does everything for me.

Just finished taking a dump, and it failed.

It seems like the build products have moved. When I ran `ln -s ../../target .` in /tmp/yaourt-tmp-emw/aur-servo-git/src/servo/components/servo and restarted building, all worked well.

Might be the solution. Accidentally quit yaourt, now it has to start all over.

You might need to increase your tmpfs size, the Arch Linux wiki will tell you how. I increased mine to 10 GB, that should be enough. And that might work, just read the description on the Arch wiki. It uses RAM and swap. Like I thought, Manjaro doesn’t get 10 GB of RAM.

Trying one more time. I created a almost 10 GB file, and formatted it as ext4. Plenty of free space on my linux SSD. Good thing my /home drive is on it’s own non SSD.

ERROR:style::selector_matching: Stylist::new() failed at loading user-agent.css!

Don’t ask me how to fix that. It compiled but won’t load any sites. Didn’t try any local html files. Maybe they will update the AUR package soon.

Update
Looks like you need the resources folder for servo. Apparently the AUR package doesn’t save the resources folder. Yup it works now. I ran git and told servo where the resources folder is.

Sonic might of made me sick

Have a slight headache. Kind of feel like puking. I usually only get headaches when something is wrong.

Can’t remember if I had a headache before eating at Sonic. Might of, since I didn’t eat lunch right away.

Headache went away a while ago.

That’s one way to deal with brute protection

Take down the server of the brute protection. Only problem is, the sites using it, will become super slow, and will need a math question answered. Not exactly the best way to do it, but whatever. I suppose some people will disable the plugin so they can login.

Red Orchestra 2/Rising Storm might run better now

Looks like there was something seriously wrong with my Sandisk SSD. Don’t buy a Sandisk SSD for your OS drive. I could try to get a replacement Sandisk. I can take pictures of it now, since it isn’t in my computer anymore. But I’m far to lazy to try to get a replacement, they’ll want proof it’s messed up, I have none.

Samsung software turned off the indexing thing in Windows

I told it to do the maximum reliability optimization. Now searching for programs doesn’t work. You can search the web for the program if you want. Enabled the indexing thing, I can search for programs again.

Samsung SSD came

Looks like USB 3.0 is slower then SATA 3, well it is by 1 GB. Didn’t need to run a benchmark, thought it would get good scores if I wasn’t booted from it yet.

Once the benchmark is done, I’ll clone my old drive to it.

It might be the skinniest SSD I have.

Maybe I need a different USB 3.0 HD dock. Or my USB 3.0 PCI express card sucks, or has to much stuff plugged into it.

Update
Looks like the Samsung SSD is faster then the Sandisk it replaced. Chrome was messed up, it was open while cloning. Should of opened VMware Player and ran Chrome in that. Different drive.

All SSDs are skinny, I just forgot.

That would explain the good reviews. Probably faster then my Transcend SSD too.

Now I need two 1 TB Samsung SSDs. One for my /home drive, and another for my games drive. Only using 196 GB on my current games drive though, could get a 500 GB one. /home drive is on two 500 GB drives in a RAID 1.

How many SSD brands have you owned?

Corsair
Kingston
OCZ
Seagate
Sandisk
Transcend

And soon Samsung. Corsair was the first, I don’t know where it is, but it should still work. The Kingston is in my hackintosh still working. It’s an old model before they started sending out better drives to review sites and worse drives to customers.

The connector on the Seagate broke, so I can’t use it. Don’t know if Seagate still makes SSDs, they did for a short time.

Sandisk appears to have file corruption. I thought I was getting a reliable drive when I ordered Sandisk.

The list might not be in order, can’t remember when I bought OCZ. Corsair was the first though.