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(Kinda) found the solution: The problem was the combination of components / high temperatures and thermal throttling: both the CPU and GPU draw huge amounts of energy and get very hot* and the motherboard has a "features" to throttle something, possibly the CPU, on high temperatures. I tried all the solutions for the problem from here (except the last one, ...


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Having had some odd experiences, both as a developer and day-to-day user, with "unexplained" interactions from "the outside world", the first thing I look for (and this has been a winning bet several times) is the antivirus. With that said, I think you will want to become familiar with ProcDump ...


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Shell expansion is always performed in a particular order; brace expansion is performed first, file name expansion is performed last. Thus, a command like echo {1..3}* first gets expanded to echo 1* 2* 3* then, file name expansion is performed for 1*, 2* and 3*. Each expansion involves going through all file names in the directory and comparing then ...


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It may seem like prefix-* should be easy to turn into, for example, prefix-1 prefix-2, since we're used to seeing directory listings sorted. But it turns out that very few filesystems can actually produce sorted filename listings, and furthermore that there is no standard API for asking for sorted filename listings. If a program -- such as ls, or, for that ...



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