/g/, would you be interested if I hosted a telnet server?
95% of the dumbshits on this board use windows 10 that doesn't have telnet and wouldn't even know how to fucking use it anyway
inb4 said dumbshits respond saying "le telnet is insecure" meme in a desperate attempt to save face on an anonymous image board and try to look smart
/g/ ruined my physical fitness, now i want /g/ to help me improve it. What are some good options for running earphones?
>stay in ears while running
>preferably not some flashy neon green color
>don't expect a lot of quality for the money, as long as it doesn't hurt my ears
1. Does Photoshop run in WINE well? Or am I better off getting used to GIMP?
2. On a scale from 1-10, how good is Spotify for Linux?
3. Best office software for Linux? Does Office 2010 work well with WINE?
4. Does Steam have a large selection of games for Linux? Do GoldSource games work? (ex. Half-Life)
5. Best alternative to Visual Studio?
If you travel down this path you're going to fucking hate Linux. Just dual-boot for now until you end up using Linux and it's open source alternatives more than proprietary applications that only run well enough for production on Windows.
1) If you want photoshop, use windows, otherwise learn gimp.
2) 10, Spotify for Linux is exactly like windows and mac
3) Use Play on Linux and you can install Office 2010, though I haven't done this myself
4) Games like TF2 and Half Life and Portal are for linux Steam, as well as some other games
5) Not sure about this one
If gaming, photoshop, or visual studio is a priority, stick with windows
Proof me that any unix-like is not part of the botnet.
>multiple million lines of code
>in the hand of a couple thousand admins
>high specialized C code only a few people can understand
Looks pretty easy for me, find a poor admin who is managing a essential part. Pay him money, add your botnet code with some thousand additional lines, admin approves, everyone compiles botnet code on their pc/server.
Ultra wide 1440p vs 4K?
Hello /g/ I just dumped £1200 on a new monitor and card to enter the realm of ultrawide emersion in gaming.
I was thinking about 4k but the ultrawide just appealed to me more
Did I make the correct decision?
I bought an Acer 34” 3440x1440 75hz Freesync monitor and a Asus R9 Fury Strix to power it
2k is a major step up from fullhd so you done well.
just make sure your monitor doesn't have any flaws which would make you suffer for the next 4 years atleast
it's better than a fucking advice thread you dumb fuck
Why didn't you listen /g/?
Amazon says my package is arriving tomorrow, should I believe this?
Tomorrow is a Sunday and all.
/g/ seemed the best place to ask.
I ordered this vacuum for my mom and it says it's arriving on a Sunday, besides the curries on Amazon support wouldn't know what they're talking about anyway,
What have you used greedy search algorithms and neural nets for lately /g/?
Do not post unless you have read book in picture.
>yfw the majority of people in this thread still think C is faster than C++
When will you actually learn the only other good language around (the other one being LISP, of course)?
What GTX 970 card should I buy?
I have an order placed for the FTW+ ACX 2.0+, but it's out of stock and I'm tired of waiting for it to ship from Newegg. So now I'm considering buying either the FTW ACX 2.0, or the SSC ACX 2.0+
Essentially the only differences are the base clock, max power draw, and cooler type.
>Not building your own router
>How do you plead?
Let's talk router software!
I have a netgear wnr1000v2, and want to run open source firmware on it. Got plenty of linux experience, but none on routers.
Anyone's got any experience with dd-wrt, openwrt, tomato or anything similar?
And: What other fun can be had running open source router firmware?
Okey, I think I've decided on openwrt — seems like the most fun. But then again, I don't have too much time fucking around with it (maybe one evening to get it up, and another one to secure it). Is it too optimistic?
I put dd-wrt (I think it was) on a couple of friends' router that was acting up on its stock firmware. It took very little time to get up and running with no prior experience, so you're definitely not being too optimistic.
Backup thread, /g/. How do you secure your priceless data (mostly rare porn, I assume)?
I'm currently undecided between getting a Backblaze subscription ($60 / year, a little less with the sign-up bonus) or just buying an external HDD (roughly $30/TB).
+ unlimited size
+ safe in case of a house fire or other physical damage
+ much less likely to have a hardware failure
- I have to trust them when they say they can't access my encrypted data
- If I forget or lose my encryption password, I'm screwed
- Uploading all the...
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>tfw you're alive for the second coming of Microsoft
How can the other botnets
Will Xbox One ever function as a full Windows 10 machine with keyboard and mouse support?
Why wouldn't Microsoft want to replace the desktop PC and take all those Xbox live monies?
I want to believe.
why not? I'd use one as a desktop
don't think it's failing friendo, yeah it's far behind in total sales but I'm sure Xbox is very profitable. Look how ridiculous Halo sales were for an average game. Xbox isn't going anywhere.
It'll be 10 years this year since Intel release the Core 2 Duo Conroe chips.
...And 10 years this year since AMD had a competitive CPU arch.
What Core 2 Duo/Quad did you own, /g/?