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My Internet dies every 2 minutes. HOW SHALL I WORK LIKE THIS?

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  • 3
    Synchronize yourself to the connection loss interval
  • 7
    Run a local dev environment like sane people?
  • 3
    Localise you're dev environment and it's dependencies, then you don't anything besides a battery of power point to work.
  • 0
    @Mr-Myrk @C0D4 the problem is more that I need specific numpy and matlab documentation parts, and not all of them are available offline..
  • 0
    And I fixed it (for now) . Crappy powerline had a log overflow (again) so I had to reset it.
  • 1
    After dying the first time, how the fuck can it die again?
  • 2
    @Emphiliis scrape them all for offline use?
  • 1
    @Cyanide Well, it's ghost revived it over and over again, just like with the Drifter back in the Dark Age.
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    @C0D4 That would violate the license, sadly.
  • 3
    @Emphiliis it's documentation not source code 🤦‍♂️

    Plus they offer a PDF of the docs, how is that a licensing issue?

    Ps: I don't use matlab
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    @C0D4 Yes the core docs, but not all libraries. Sadly. But now it works so I'll go back to work 👍😅
  • 0
    check if your router over-heats. Happened to me. It was stacked over the modem which was generating a lot of heat. I just spaced them with a duct tape roll and voilà!
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