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Credit for this image goes to >>47483455, which I will be using as inspiration for my battlestation. Thanks Anon~
I'm probably planting the flowers for my battlestation today, in case you were wondering- as they're going to take a while until you actually see something start to grow.
It's not a perfect photo but that's life. Now I'll probably start saving for a mini-itx build to go where the xbox is, or something.
I have three cacti, some basil seeds and that big green plant.
This is the most beautiful smartphone in the world but
Nah, the Huawei P7 tho...
I would like to start this thread with
>inb4 13 year old 1337
I am 23 and work construction and i am looking to get into network security and penetration testing.
My question is what would be a good laptop to run something like BackBox or Kali Linux on as far as wireless support and general best bang for your buck.Would also like to point out i am not looking to duel boot this will be a dedicated practice laptop. Many thanks for your help in advance.
You dont need a specific laptop. Most can run stuff fine. Also dont get blackbox or kali theyre bloated just get debian.
most computers over 2 years old with conventional wifi cards should be fine in terms of drivers.
at 23 I assume you have the attention span for it.
https://news.ycombinator.com/ Interesting stuff gets posted here
Just learn to code and learn networking and you'll be good, just learn stuff and don't just use a ton of 7 year old scripts packaged with metasploit or black box
Lecturer at my uni just went full freetard
has anyone else experienced this?
Hof am I supposed to charge my phone now?
Cheer me up /g/, I need a tech-gore thread
new battlestation thread.
Lets get this going!
This is the best interface ever, refined, simple and easy to look at. Prove me wrong.
my semi-completed first build and first post in a guts thread, what does /g/ think of it so far?
Hi OP, this is my first post to a guts thread too :3
Can anyone explain what makes quantum computers so much more powerful?
I have been trying to read up on them but all I can find is articles saying "they can be 1 and 0 at the same time when doing a computation"
i don't see how someone can think that sentence explains to a reader why a quantum computer is so many times faster than a traditional computer
what am i missing?
It's not faster for all problems, it's only faster for certain problems (BPQ).
If your problem is (for example) search, then the ability to simultaneously search everywhere at once if going to be faster than searching one thing at a time.
Current /bst/ is past bump limit.
I fucked up. Long story short, I pulled cpu cooler off of my motherboard, but the processor held on to it. What I want to do is have the processor and heatsink back on the board, but the heatsink is preventing me from having a good enough view to line up the pins correctly. What do I do, /g/? I tried pulling the processor off the cooler, its on too tight, and I tried using floss as well to no avail. I apologize for the terrible pic and if this issue belongs somewhere else.
Pretty much just heat it up a tiny bit and slide it off instead of prying.
Then redo the thermal compound.
If it's thermal adhesive though your fucked have to use chemicals and they generally will melt the processor.
Also it looks like a vishera FX series.