Hey fellow /g/eeks, so i have a small problem: I've been trying to install lubuntu via usb for my old computer. It always goes to (already installed) gnu grup 1.9.8 menu instead of the start up/installation menu of lubuntu. How can i install the lubuntu to d: drive?
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Recently my PC has been acting strange.
I hope somone can relate and possibly help me fix my computer.
Specs first. i5-3450 3.10, 3.09 ghz proc, geforce 550ti and 8gb RAM.
not sure about power suppy.
So the deal is that, when i am playing video games my PC seems to shut off screen support. My screen goes black but PC keeps on running, i get a strange buzzing sound comming out of my headphones and it always happens when playing videogames.
NOTE. This was kind fixed for 1 day and after i got my PC back i used it for 12 hours...
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Hi there! i have display glitches with my R9 290x so i'm seeking help here.
Also a link describing the issue
listening to music while coding edition
I want to upload my projects to GitHub, but I'm afraid that I will fuck up somewhere and be ridiculed.
How did you start using GitHub? What should a GitHub newfag absolutely know?
What does the K stand for?
Well, you want to build a new PC?
Your privacy is fucked once and for all completely
How do i download a rented PDF?
How fast can you type /g/?
>tfw over 100 wpm
Made some mistakes in the beginning and slowed down in the middle, will try again
SpaceX launch in less than 30 minutes (18:42 UTC), a barge (sea) landing is planned
>The Jason-3 launch is targeted for a 18:42 UTC launch from Space Launch Complex 4E at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. If all goes as planned, the Jason-3 satellite will be deployed approximately an hour after launch.
Live stream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivdKRJzl6y0
I really need some advice right now guys. The new generation of CPU's and GPU's are coming out, and would really like to use them. I bought a PC recently and spent around 690 USD on it. How much could I sell it for? (Minus HDD) I was thinking that I should just get something older that I can use, until the release of does parts.
If you wipe the files and clean it up inside and out, you can easily sell it for what you bought it for.
Is there some way I can hash the contents of my computer so that the police can't confiscate it and dump CP or whatever and frame me?
Like some sort of automatic updating hash system that connects to a personal fileserver, cloud server, and saves a hash file on the computer itself, so that I could show in court that files were added to my computer after it was confiscated and I have the hashes to prove it happened.
The police really does that sort of things in your country? I don't know about cloud and stuff like that but you can use something like IsoBuster to hash your HDD, see pic (I'm sure there're other programs that can do the same too).
You can probably automate the hashing process every X hours or days and even automate uploading the MD5 file to a cloud service of your choice, if you know to use python or java, I guess.
>"(...) with some trepidation, we began investigating adding PulseAudio to Slackware. After several iterations here refining the foundation packages and recompiling and tweaking other packages to use PulseAudio, it's working well."
So Slackware is cucked now, given that PulseAudio will obviously depend on systemd in the near future, and Slackware will be forced to adopt it to sustain a working audio subsystem.
Yea right. So they now adopted PulseAudio so something else can work (instead of finding another way out), and you're implying that later someone will go all the way back and get rid of PulseAudio (which other stuff became dependent on in the meantime) to avoid systemd?
It's not for $RANDOM_ANON to "/thread" other people's threads.
I did it /g/. Been here for almost 5 years and I finally did it. I bought a MacBook Pro.
It just werks. I don't have to deal with buggy xfce. I don't have to deal with shitty battery life. I don't have to deal with clunky ass thinkpads.
They say my freedoms are now gone, but I haven't felt more free than now.
SO /g/, are there any good password managers out there?
What are your methods?
>old school writing them down
>password managers (if so, what are they)
I'm thinking of getting a password manager, but I don't really want to put all my passwords into one place, so i want to know the best managers out there, that are /g/ verified.