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    [–] I was told you guys may like this (gif of truck odometer rolling over) Idratherbeflying 3 points ago in oddlysatisfying

    Hello everyone! This is a cross post from my other thread here;

    https://www.reddit.com/r/mildlyinteresting/comments/aexcyt/i_rolled_over_my_trucks_odometer_yesterday/

    That post was the still images as mildlyinteresting does not allow gifs.

    Anyways here are some answers to some common questions from the other thread;

    The truck is a 2005 Western star.

    The engine has not been rebuilt.

    Yes I was doing 110 km/h which is the speed limit on the highway I was traveling on.

    I did not take the video, my passenger did.

    Yeah I realize its only 621371 miles, my odometer is in km's.

    The speedometer looks like that because I live in Canada.

    I'll try and answer anymore questions as they come up!

    [–] I rolled over my trucks odometer yesterday Idratherbeflying 56 points ago in mildlyinteresting

    The "Photo's" Program on Windows 10 lets you save frames from a video

    [–] I rolled over my trucks odometer yesterday Idratherbeflying 3125 points ago * (lasted edited 12 days ago) in mildlyinteresting

    Just to clear things up my passenger took the video these pics are taken from. We have known this was coming for a looong time. Also here's the gif :D

    https://imgur.com/a/L7J0nzB

    Edit: Wow this blew up, A bit more info because I'm seeing these questions asked a lot.

    The truck is a 2005 Western star.

    The engine has not been rebuilt.

    Yes I was doing 110 km/h which is the speed limit on the highway I was traveling on.

    I did not take the video, my passenger did.

    I can't post pictures of the truck, it's a pretty unique setup and would be easily recognizable.

    Yeah I realize its only 621371 miles, my odometer is in km's.

    The speedometer looks like that because I live in Canada.

    I'll try and answer anymore questions as they come up!

    [–] I rolled over my trucks odometer yesterday Idratherbeflying 7322 points ago in mildlyinteresting

    Haha I might have to give that a go, truth be told she's up to 33 km's now :(

    [–] I rolled over my trucks odometer yesterday Idratherbeflying 442 points ago in mildlyinteresting

    Powertrain is solid but the truck is 14 years old so we're always fixing little things here and there.

    [–] I rolled over my trucks odometer yesterday Idratherbeflying 2824 points ago in mildlyinteresting

    This is it's first time rolling over and the truck is a 2005, so it took a while!

    [–] This is the server room of a government building. I was contracted to map all the ports :( Idratherbeflying 3 points ago in techsupportgore

    It's possible, but it all depends on who hires you. The company I worked for when this was taken essentially hired out IT personnel to local businesses that were not quite big enough to have their own IT departments. The senior techs like myself handled the medium/large clients who would basically be "our" clients, which was nice because shit like this would never happen.

    On the other hand we also had 3rd party contracts for other company's like HP, Dell, Xerox, etc. where you would get tossed into fixing issues you probably haven't come across before on networks you've never seen before and will probably never see again. That's where this hot mess came from. It kept things interesting but was super annoying at times!

    [–] This is the server room of a government building. I was contracted to map all the ports :( Idratherbeflying 30 points ago in techsupportgore

    Yes that would have been ideal, unfortunately for me this equipment was live and in use. In addition to that as I was a third party contractor I had no GUI or CLI access to the equipment and was only allowed to be there during working hours. Twas a cluster.

    [–] This is the server room of a government building. I was contracted to map all the ports :( Idratherbeflying 147 points ago in techsupportgore

    It's pretty straightforward, pick a port on one of the switches and follow the cable that's plugged into it through the rats nest and see what's plugged in on the other side. Document this and repeat untill your soul is numb. Then turn the data you collected into a pretty network diagram!

    [–] This is the server room of a government building. I was contracted to map all the ports :( Idratherbeflying 332 points ago in techsupportgore

    Thankfully I was. This project took the better part of two days and after I was done I was offered the job of cleaning up the cabling. I declined.

    [–] ANNOUNCEMENT: V.9 BETA ISO/Install Is Now Available! Idratherbeflying 1 points ago in nvezos

    Got it running on two rigs off SSD's, setting up the first was a breeze and has been working great, the second has been having some issues.

    On my second miner after startup it will happily mine away for around 45 minutes (I'm not sure of the exact time-frame as I don't check on them all the time) then it will suddenly stop, and will show no GPU's on the monitoring page. The only way I've managed to get it going again after this happens is to run the xorg.conf script. After the restart it will recognize the GPU's and continue on mining until the issues comes back. I've reinstalled twice but the issues persists. Prior to installing nVEZOS I had both miners running Ubuntu with no issues.

    Other than the issues I'm having with my one rig I have to say I'm loving the OS so far, one feature I'd love to see is temperature monitoring for the CPU and motherboard as well as the GPU's.

    Thanks for the release!