It is easy to connect over mutual dislike, but it is a toxic practice. Work on talking about books, or ideas, or travel,

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Publish Date : 2021-01-05 01:41:11


It is easy to connect over mutual dislike, but it is a toxic practice. Work on talking about books, or ideas, or travel,

Alternatively, (although I found this to be detrimental) we can even use BERTs pre-pooled output tensors by swapping out last_hidden_state with pooler_output — but that is for another time.,A few days ago, as I started reading up a bit on low latency kernels for audio production (what most people need the low latency kernel for) during my nightly wind down, I got a bit curious about the performance difference if I were to run the low latency kernel with Pop on my Lemur Pro. Then, today, I got a message from a fellow Lemur Pro owner asking about it so it kicked me over the edge and I decided to give it a go.,If you are following me here already, you will probably have noticed that I recently switched to a System 76 Lemur Pro as my daily driver and since running an OS made by the hardware vendor has obvious merits, I also went with Pop! OS when I made the switch. So-far, my experience has been great with very minimal gripes which I will save for another post.,So for the next few days, I will be running on this kernel a bit more and will report back if there’s anything noteworthy. My only concerns now are one, I am not familiar with systemd-boot so I am unsure if the above method has any repercussions and two, I am not sure how safe it is to run the low latency kernel with the rest of System76’s customized pieces against this hardware. I guess off to more reading and perhaps maybe even ask System76 support.,Around 3 years ago, triggered by getting a Lenovo X1C6 to replace my Macbook Air, I started tinkering with performance tweaks a bit more than before and one of the things I noticed is that if I use a low latency kernel, at least for my specific type of usage, the overall experience is a bit snappier. Since then, I have used the low latency kernel with Ubuntu on pretty much most of my daily drivers and the experience has been consistently better at least for what I do.,Rather than condemn yourself for what you had to do to survive, appreciate that you got through what life handed you. Once you do that, you can figure out what you need to do to thrive.,And… voila! The system booted up with the low latency kernel. However, when it first booted up, after I logged in, input (mouse and keyboard) was frozen up for a little bit. After a couple of minutes, it was back to normal and then things not only went back to normal but the system as a whole felt a bit snappier. Though I am immediately noticing that I am loosing a nominal amount of battery life (less than 5% of battery in a 4 hour time frame) which is to be expected.,Pop! OS uses systemd-boot instead of grub so it took me a little while to figure out how to make the switch but after a few rounds of DuckDuckGo, I was able to lock in a pretty easy way to swap out the kernel.,If youre into arts and crafts, painting, writing, journaling, deep reading or any personal hobby, practising your hobby for even 10 minutes a day can improve your cognitive functions since most parts of your brain will be used in the process. The key here is to practice every day.,Disclaimer: I’m not responsible for any damages or injury, including but not limited to special or consequential damages, that result from your use of the below instructions.,These are pretty great results for such a simple output network. Further fine-tuning, the addition of CNNs, LSTMs, or other more expressive networks may improve our results even further.,Judgements are projections from wounds, and there are few things that can better tell us what we are unwilling to heal ourselves than what we point out needs to be healed in others.,So for the next few days, I will be running on this kernel a bit more and will report back if there’s anything noteworthy. My only concerns now are one, I am not familiar with systemd-boot so I am unsure if the above method has any repercussions and two, I am not sure how safe it is to run the low latency kernel with the rest of System76’s customized pieces against this hardware. I guess off to more reading and perhaps maybe even ask System76 support.,Alternatively, (although I found this to be detrimental) we can even use BERTs pre-pooled output tensors by swapping out last_hidden_state with pooler_output — but that is for another time.,One of the main perks of buying a Linux laptop is that it comes optimized and there’s very little to tweak beyond your own personal visual preferences and such. So I have been just running on the stock kernel and had completely forgotten about the low latency option.



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