Is there any up-to-date phone similar to this? I really want a phone which is as open source and with a physical qwerty keyboard.
I'd buy one but the price is way too high
Not that I know of, sorry.
Hardware keyboards died, sadly. Don't let the neo900 convince you, it's got meh-tier specs (whereas you could just get an N97, N97 Mini or N900) and costs the same as a flagship.
My 21st is coming up, and my parents are getting me a new laptop. It's got to be <£1000, it's got to have decent battery life, and be <15" screen.
I am thinking a macbook pro (inb4 macfag lele) or a thinkpad, but I can't find a thinkpad that meets my requirements.
They only cost around $350 and they will outperform many modern macs because they don't use a voltage-starved CPU. Battery life are amazing on these models of ThinkPads, you can get up to 18 hours on the X220 with a 9 cell battery with slice, 15 hours on the T420 with the same battery options.
10 seconds to tell me why I fucked up buying the Lenovo y510p
Provide alternatives in rebuttle
Main function is school and casual gaming
Show me your gets and discuss how pleb it isn't.
Can someone explain what the fuck AMD is doing?
Show your look and style
Just installed Nova, looking for ideas.
Seems like most "hackers" just use pre-made tools they don't even necessarily understand nowadays. I've been wanting to get more into security (network and OS for starters), cryptography, etc, and I am much happier making things myself. Is it still viable, though? I mean, would I be able to get things done in a timely manner, or would it be comparable to still using assembly for gamedev in the vidya dev industry?
Start playing around with Kali-linux and learn from the tools in it.
And I make my own scripts when im doing something specific, but I mostly use the tools in kali + various other tools
I just installed it last week. I'll look at the man pages. For kali linux, what are some good places for literature and turorials and none of that "crack somebodys facebook password" crap that doesnt really work?
I got myself a cheap as fuck VPS (10 USD/year) to use it as VPN and just fucking around with.
Any ideas to what else I should use it for?
Also, VPN thread.
What do you use?
For what do you use it?
Who's your host?
What do you pay?
I wouldn't know, but make sure you don't get any shared VPSs, as they'll get angry with you for having 100% CPU usage for longer periods of time.
Also, I've seen a few VPSs specifically not allowing H@H, so watch out for that.
Also, doesn't it require at least decent specs to be worth anything?
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Do you use Emacs or a different lisp-based editor?
What was your first experience with lisp?
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Which one is a better monitor overall?
> both are 60hz
> one is ultra-wide regular pixel density 34''
> other is 4k 27''
I'm interested mostly in:
> programming productivity
> movie watching
> browsing internet
Anyone has experience using one of these?
You have 10 seconds to explain why your next build won't be a Micro-ITX.
>inherently mature (no room for rice)
Why do you think mITX is quiet? You need to use 90mm fans (loud), there's little airflow (loud), and you can't use a big HSF (loud)
Aand most people aren't concerned about an extra square foot used by an ATX case and don't move their desktops often
What is your preferred OS to use for a small business server?
Is getting an Exchange server really needed?
[spoiler]How expensive is it to actually use WIndows Server 2012 and is it worth it?[/spoiler]
I'm building a 1 Petabyte storage system, my budget is <$100K USD. /g/ could you give me some advice?
What would you do if you were tasked with this?
You realize that the NSA could spend a few thousand bucks to just buy a few thousand cheap PCs and different IPs to run thousands of exit nodes, right?
Tell me what's stopping them from doing this.
There is no way that the NSA doesn't control a vast majority of existing exit nodes.
This would cost a few hundred thousand to permanently break tors anonymity, versus spending tens of thousands of man hours trying to find exploits.
What makes ANY of you think that this wasn't the case from the beginning?
Not to mention they have splitters on all cables in the US, probably the world. They can just see the unencrypted traffic at the end of the chain of exit nodes and find you.
Tor is literally useless against someone like the NSA.