Got simultaneous playing over the internet working...was surprised this was even possible with the latency most internet connections have.
That's a bug (assumedly) in JamKazam. I couldn't find a way to fix it.Looks like you had to sacrifice a little of your aspect ratio to get it working, but not bad.
150ns or less is considered "real-time" for VOIP, so as long as you can keep the total end-to-end latency below 250ns (1/4s), you should be good for anything up to ♩=200 or so.
I've had the same code the last three cars running.P0420 means your Cat system is dying.
Reminds of the CO detector that the builders plastered into a wall whey they built this house in 2013. You're supposed to change the batteriesThe battery on my infrared thermometer finally gave out. The Best By date was... 2010!?
What country are you from again? Because prices are very, very weird right now.i was going to refresh my pc this spring, not going to happen until gpus are reasonable again.
At least it's not a Windows Update!Took nearly 3 days of compiling nearly half the system
The difference is when a Linux distro is updating packages, the rest of the system is still useable. Windows you get that interminable "Windows is updating. Do not turn off your computer," and all you can do is stare at it.At least it's not a Windows Update!
(not aimed at you or anyone in particular - I'm just always amused when people hate on Windows updates blocking their machine for an hour but then happily say they were messing with whatever distro and spent a whole night getting things back to where they were or similar. I'm definitely not a MS fanboy or anti-Linux)
Hell, I updated the core OS on my (FreeBSD-based) NAS a couple nights ago, and it was still running right up until it was like, "Ok all done installing just need to reboot a sec to refresh."The difference is when a Linux distro is updating packages, the rest of the system is still useable. Windows you get that interminable "Windows is updating. Do not turn off your computer," and all you can do is stare at it.