Why use Linux Mint? They disable Ubuntu's critical security updates by default.
do you use your hoverboard in public or just at home?
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I've got a 6600k running at 4.5GHz with 1.35V. However, it idles at 40 degrees with my Noctua NH-D15, where my ambient is around 20 degrees (room temperature). It is however quite silent, and I like it like this. Is this temperature safe / not harmful?
Do you know a program that lets you track the dialog window of a specific program directly in the RAM and generate an hex dump? I'm trying my best with Immunity Debugger but I can't figure it out yet.
I wanted to track this window by the way (see pic), because I don't read moon so I was trying to copy and paste the text in google translate.
I want to use it for other things in the future too not just this dialog window, so don't tell me to ask in >>>/int/jp because the translation...
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What do you listen to while you're working?
Share it so that everyone has a larger library to listen to.
Currently undergoing N64 nostalgia trip:
Last week I literally left AGDQ running in the background, was relaxing.
Are these good ear phones?
What freedoms do you lose from the mp3 file format, family? How does ogg fix this problem? Why isn't ogg the standard?
If I'm indifferent to freedom, would I have a good reason for preferring mp3 files?
And what about flacs?
What are some cheap yet surprisingly useful everyday carry stuff to get?
>What are some cheap yet surprisingly useful everyday carry stuff to get?
Cans of tuna with Tuna opener.
blue tooth ear device.
A pocket notebook for spontaneous brainstorms.
All right, check out this bad boy. Twelve megabytes of RAM, 500 megabyte hard drive. Built-in spreadsheet capabilities and a modem that transmits at over 28,000 BPS!
>I have a laptop powerful enough to run a VM that in turn emulates that laptop entirely in software
>tfw I use it for anime, shitposting, IRC, email, and music far more often than I really put the CPU through its paces
Why are all fsf activists old and frail looking losers?
Looking through the for sale Computer section I found this beauty.
Cop or not
i hate my job. its my first job after graduating CS. i'm in florida, there's barely any tech scene. the job is titled software developer, but we dont even use a real programming language, the dev environment is basically like FoxPro. its shit and runs like shit and everything i make in it is shit. i dislike my coworkers and almost everyone in the company. i've been trying to apply to out-of-state jobs to try and get out for this entire past year with no luck in landing anything. i'm considering just quitting and moving since i have savings,...
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It could be worse
I mean, you could be David Bowie right now.
>I just work, come home, drink, play vidya, and go to sleep
This is why I enjoy having a flatmate, whenever I feel shit I just smoke weed and chill with the nigga
It's hard to bring girls round tho
Whats David Bowie done
What does /g/ think?
Trying it for the first time, and it seems incredibly responsive and snappy all the time on low end hardware. I like it so far.
Ubuntu MATE is my preferred, it comes with Marco WM for low end comps and Compiz for better hardware. I guess I would use Lubuntu if I had a really shit computer though
Its great for old hardware but when I wanted to install it on my dads laptop the thing would break after switching from ALSA to Pulseaudio. Like literally break the system so it wouldnt boot up. Eventually installed Mint MATE on that machine and works great.
I've had problems with openbox on an ati gpu (incredibly slow), this was on a decent computer as well. But in all other cases in which I've used lubuntu, it was good.
With the openbox issue, I know it was that window manager and not a driver issue, because I tried a different wm (can't remember which one) and everything started working fine.
NVIDIOTS GET BANNED FROM THE COMPUTER ROOM!
>Andersen found the flaw when an "adult entertainment" video he watched re-appeared on his screen as he loaded the game Diablo III.
Fucking retard, this is how memory management generally works, you don't zero shit for no reason and waste cycles. Nvidia has done nothing wrong.
The one at fault here is Diablo for not clearing it's framebuffer.
Why does /g/ consider Arch as good, if it takes fucking ages to install and you have to fix that shit every now and then?
I run ubuntu on muh laptop now for about 4 years. Never had any serious problems.
Install takes fucking less than 20 minutes and everything just werks. How is this considered to be bad?
> Why does /g/ consider Arch as good, if it takes fucking ages to install and you have to fix that shit every now and then?
Because it's fun to do and educational. It also imply that they know a lot since they are able to do it. So there is a certain nerd cred
Whats th ebest monitor i can get for around $300?
Better than a console.