Im at 37 out of 40 nodes and Ive been actively trying to complete this triumph for over a year. 40 nodes is enough of a grind without the RNG. Just let me be done with this. Please.
I've been stuck at 39/40 forever and would like to play new content instead of grinding Mars nonstop until DCV kicks in to hopefully get the last node.
I have tried full consumables tab, combining stems in orbit, and combining in Mindlab (I need Dynamo.Core.Observation) and none of these methods have worked.
This is based off of the following posts:
Changes aside, the bigger issue is: How are we supposed to interpret this as a community? This appears to be GGG making massive changes (nerfs this time, but could be buffs in the future) with no intention of informing the community until someone stumbles across it and 2% of the playerbase is notified on reddit.
Patch notes day felt like I waited in line for a book release for weeks and then the book had multiple chapters just straight up missing.
If it was unintentional, fix it. If not, this feels incredibly... keep reading on reddit ➡
I’ve been stuck at 37/40 since Warmind. And I’ve been hoping for a better RNG since then.
Just please give us a better way to complete it.
I just want 40/40 before Mars goes away please.
Hi i was making a simple project just for a hobby and i am almost going to finish it and i was wondering if there is a way to host my nodejs app for free.
I know there are cheap alternatives i could go for but since i am doing this for fun i don't want to spend a penny.
I don't want to store any data i just want the app alive.
That 6% block we're missing hits right where it hurts, and since, ya know, this is a 2 hander league coming up...
Show da love.
I love the new Jackal fight, it's a blast and i'm excited to see what it means for the future of other Warframe Bosses but i don't think it was taken into consideration that the Jackal is an early-game boss encountered by players new to the game who might be low on mod variation. Even on a fully kitted frame i found the elictricity DoT rough to deal with at times and it really left me wondering how nasty of an experience it would be for newer players. I feel like it's especially a rough deal because Rhino is a good early frame to get for newer players and i'd hate for that acquisition to become a pain in the ass.
So my idea would be to swap the Jackal and the Sergeant, they both live in the same type of tileset and void knows the Sergeant is beginner friendly. i would NOT swap rewards as again i emphasise that Rhino is a good frame for new players so keeping Rhino on Venus seems like a good deal and by the time players reach Phobos they might be better suited to deal with The Jacka... keep reading on reddit ➡
I'm watching the raing VOD of a recent Marauder a10 Kitava Rush and early acts is such a dumpster fire for a class that has one of his ascendancies (Chieftain) somewhat (pretty heavily tbh) associated with spellcasting. He already has problems with gearing, quest rewards and stat requirements. He really could use some help as he is by far the worst character to race with, and small nodes change would be the easiest one while having very little influence on anything else.
Just want to stress this some extra since it's the biggest coming change with possible disruption of services and voting weight. The following is from the release notes but not all people read the small text.
Nodes upgrading to V21.0 will remain peered with nodes V19.0 and V20.0 on the network until the epoch v2 block distribution begins. After the first epoch v2 block is distributed, all nodes not running V21.0 will no longer be able to participate on the network. This distribution will occur once 90% of voting weight and key services on the network have upgraded. Communications around the progress towards this goal will be sent following the release.
More details about this network upgrade can be found on the Network Upgrades page under the Upcoming upgrades section
**All network participants are encouraged to upgrade to V21.0 as soo... keep reading on reddit ➡
> For some level of scope on Starlink, each launch of 60 satellites contains more than 4,000 Linux computers. The constellation has more than 30,000 Linux nodes (and more than 6,000 microcontrollers) in space right now. And because we share a lot of our Linux platform infrastructure with Falcon and Dragon, they get the benefit of our more than 180 vehicle-years of on-orbit test time. – Matt
So I would guess that makes Linux the dominant operating system in space.
Regarding the Kernel/Distribution they said in the same post:
> Yes, we run Linux, with the PREEMPT_RT patch applied in order to get better real-time performance. We don't use any third-party distribution, but maintain our own copy of the kernel and associated tools. We have made small changes to the kernel over the years, although it is mostly unmodified. The only exception to that is the addition of several cust... keep reading on reddit ➡
Just a thought, I feel bad for those abc devs working with out enough fund. We should let them stop working.
The hard node cap increase (from 5 to 8) is scheduled to end tomorrow (May 28), so enjoy it while it lasts!
This is bad.
Especially for the people who are trying to finish up exotic quests, such as Sleeper Simulant and Polaris Lance.
Quest "Nascent Dawn 1/5", especially for me right now, requires certain Nodes to appear so the quest can progress.
This quest (along with Sleeper Simulant's) is needed to complete the Destinations: Curse of Osiris and Warmind badge, which is needed to complete the Wayfarer Title.
Normally I would wait something like this out, however, the fact that the planets needed for this Title are being vaulted means that its urgent that it's fixed.
I can't be the only one trying to grind out some things in the last 3 months.
Common fixes such as abandoning quests and whatever else you've suggested dont work. Please let this get noticed.
Servants displayed as "Unknown" are key to the story. Their identities will be revealed during the quest.
This is what the loading screen tips tell us about those few times when the story support won't be shown to you while you select one because of a big reveal in the chapter you're about to read.
I really don't understand why this is how the game handles this, especially because with Lostbelt 1 it has shown us that it doesn't have to be that way.
Why would i pick the surprise box if i could pick good ol'Waver? I don't even know the class this servant is, they may be weak to what i'm fighting.
But that's not the main problem, after all story supports are just for immersion and to get a few Friend Points. What i really don't understand is why we need to select our party before knowing anything about the node and the kind of enemies we'll be fighting.
I was playing Passionlip's interlude, and one of the node featured Berserkers. "Neat, i can make a team around Passionlip". Wrong!... keep reading on reddit ➡
Deno is very cool - congrats to the team on releasing 1.0!
If you are curious about this cool new JS/TS runtime, I wrote a tutorial on how to build a small project.
Azshara, Blasted Lands, Ungoro, Felwood, WPL and Deadwind Pass all would've made more sense. Get everyone spread out more. We don't need 500 people in a zone.
I learned node, mongo and express and created a backend for a simple task manager app (Andrew mead course on udemy). I found it really difficult to make the frontend for it as I learned everything on my own in the frontend domain.
Can someone post some good tutorials on making a front-end for a rest API. I don't wanna learn react or angular or Vue. Just html, CSS and vanilla JS as I wanna explore backend more right now.
Also, I wanna do a intermediate level but extensive project. Can someone direct me to a code along video or written guide with backend in node and frontend in html, CSS and vanilla JS. So I can learn things like preplanning, database design and integrating backend APIs with frontend etc
Let em be uncommon but existent so players can make atleast minimal progress doing their usual nightwave missions, sortie missions, fissure missions, syndicate missions ect. Currently lich is lich and you make zero progress on the lich and you will never encounter the presence of the lich that is hunting you unless you hunt it specifically and exclusively.
TL;DR: Flash your Raspberry Pi 4, plug in an ethernet cable, connect the SSD disk and power up the device to turn the Raspberry Pi 4 into a full Ethereum 1.0 node or an Ethereum 2.0 node (beacon chain / validator)
Some background first. As you know, we’ve been running into some memory issues  with the Raspberry Pi 4 image as Raspbian OS is still on 32bits  (at least the userland). While we prefer to stick with the official OS we came to the conclusion that, in order to solve these issues, we need to migrate to a native 64 bits OS
Besides, Eth 2.0 clients don’t support 32 bits binaries so using Raspbian would exclude the Raspberry Pi 4 from running an Eth 2.0 node (and the possibility of staking).
So, after several tests we are now releasing 2 different images based on Ubuntu 20.04 64bit : Eth 1.0 and Eth 2.0 editions.
Basically, both are the same image and include the same features of the Raspbian based images. But they are setup for running Eth 1.0 or Eth 2.... keep reading on reddit ➡
“Everyone will be impacted by these eclipses, though some charts will be electrified more than others. Take a look at your birth chart: If your lunar nodes are in Cancer-Capricorn or Gemini-Sagittarius, buckle up. This next year and a half will be wild. By 2021, everything will be different. And don’t worry, it will be for the better.”
Things will be crazy and changed until 2021. I have got north node in sagittarius and south node in Gemini. Just wondering what can go wrong? Currently in the lowest point of my life now.
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So i created a full node and a lightning node from scratch.
Coming back to bitcoin after few years, i wanted to see what the lightning network was.
So i changed my vps to a dedicated server (to add more storage) and started my journey.
The first thing was to install the full node.
there's some nice ressources to do that, but you have to find them.
I started with https://bitcoin.org/en/full-node#other-linux-daemon but the cli instructions are almost non existent.
I then found https://github.com/BlockchainCommons/Learning-Bitcoin-from-the-Command-Line which is great!
Protip: you have to create a config file by yourself.
I created a wallet and waited for the blockchain to finish downloading.
Then i added a lightning node.
I used lnd because i like the go language. The program is great but i found the user documentation lacking
Say (in theory) I was to login to my personal Facebook on TOR and the exit node was intercepted and the IP address (x1) of the node was attached to my login details and my personal identification. Could someone then trace that bad exit node to the nodes before that and all the way bad to my home IP address and find my location? Even if I didn’t login to any social media is it possible for someone to trace back the nodes to my home address?
If so how to I avoid bad exit nodes and are there any ways to prevent someone and stop their capabilities of tracing the exit node to my entry node
I'm a junior developer trying to understand Node.js a little better. I use it every day at work with React (in that I use the 'npm run server' and 'npm run client' commands) but I feel like I don't understand it very well. I want to change that.
What other advantages are brought by using Node?
My next question is, what are the interactions between my browsers runtime and No... keep reading on reddit ➡
Sorry if this is the wrong sub to post this, but I figured I'd get more concrete answers here than one of the other Destiny subs.
I have 39/40 sleeper nodes, the one I'm missing is Dynamo.Approach.Tree. Luckily that doesn't seem to be one of the ones missing, but I only have 134 stems (33.5 keys) and I want to try and "manipulate" my RNG the best I can so I'm not farming lost sectors all season. Here are my questions:
Is there a specific spot I should be combining my stems to get the best luck at the node I need? I know a while ago there were rumors going around that combining in certain areas, or even in orbit, gave you a better chance at the node you needed.
Is there any truth to the claim that combining keys in a certain area will not give you another key in that area? It seems pretty true from my experience, but idk if it's just a coincidence.
If I combine stems and get a key I don't need, can I just dismantle it (I don't care about the loot), or will that mess up
A few people in a discord I'm on noticed that several rasputin nodes seems to be missing on Mars, but not all of them.
So far, we've discovered at least that
both seem to be missing (and possibly a few others i'm forgetting the name of). The missing nodes can still have stems made for them.
However, nodes like Descent.Chasm.Ledge still exists like normal, even though they're in the same map as a missing node.
Anyone notice anything else missing? We betting bug? Or deliberate change?
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The biggest pain in murmur farming for me is the matchmaking. You have to scroll over each node and hope a team is available there, and since there's so many nodes most of them usually end up empty.
As shown on devstream, Railjack will receive a universal "Join team" button for each planet that will matchmake you into any node of that planet. It'd be nice if the same was implemented for Lich Controlled nodes.