so /g/ with all the fags here recommending linux and the rest of the shills running botnet 10 have any of you considered BSD? i have been using linux for a few years now and i quite like it it's also somewhat "secure" compared to windows but it still has many exploits
so i wanted to look into BSD. Do any of you use BSD? how does it compare to linux? does it have many exploits etc?
>inb4 windows is more secure
who /allnighter/ here?
it's currently 6:45am here in newyork.
i have my assembly final in 2 hours.
4 hours after that i have my japanese written final.
currently drinking a cup of coffee, took some nooptep with choline a few hours ago. might retake for my jap final.
I did something like that with undergraduate physics and some algorithms course once.
Spent the weekend after in this strange daze; someone claimed I showed up online and did insane DPS though.
How do I install a graphics card on a pc like pic related?
There is not box thing/ motherboard?
Daily reminder, if you don't want to upgrade to Botnet 10, just hide this update.
No more GWX, business as usual.
so /g/ i hear a lot about linux kernel exploits etc and that it technically has more exploits in it than windows
so does anyone have an example of one of these exploits? or maybe a database with known exploits in it etc
also anyone know of linux privilege escalation exploits?
from what i hear there are exploits that haven't been patched for a long time if not then old exploits are fine
generally just looking into linux exploits so patched exploits are welcome
Just because its patched in mainline doesn't mean all distros have pushed that update OR it doesn't mean who you are trying to haxxor has applied that patch.
I want to make a windows build, but do I really need antivirus?
If you know what you're doing, just install Windows 10 (includes Windows Defender) + Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit (free) and you should be good
So no, you don't REALLY need some fancy paid antivirus.
How people those days get their pc infected?
When you write simple trojan that is not visible for avergange antivirus and you want to deploy it.
In the era of win10 and UAC is it even possible?
Did any of you get infected by any shit in last 5 years?
these days if you get infected it would be some semi advanced botnet with a UAC bypass
which is quite common since no one updates windows and some people are still running old versions of XP at workplaces
and if you are infected it will probably run in background and hide from the user
It just clicked:
We've had so many fucking connector revisions and changes (and complete paradigm shifts) over the years, ata to sata, firewire to thunderbolt, USB to mini, mini to c, vga to dvi to hdmi to displayport, but fucking power connectors? Why are we stuck with this shit?
They're either tight as fuck so when they finally get loose you end up inadvertently punching something or ripping a cable to shit, or so loose that you have to fucking hotglue them.
Why can't we get something basic, same pins (Perhaps one for 3.3v, one for 5 and one for 12,...
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Haven't touched my machines in ages, just been working on thin clients and VM's, this thing's just so frustrating to work with.
Where's the elegance in this?
I'm starting to understand why people wire their own PSU's on a fit-to-case basis, but the end connectors make it all for shit.
But it is broke. And fuck it, I'll design a god dam replacement.
Is it worth paying a bit more for 850 Evo 250gb than the Crucial BX100 250gb?
fuck you, you useless fucks i hope ISIS beheads your family.
How do we stop Adobe?
Is it worth to install windows 10?
How are you faggots using your 16GB RAM?
I opted for 16GB instead of 8 in my new MBP thinking I'd need it since I'm using anywhere between 1 and 3 ROS VMs at a time for school, but frankly, even with Firefox and Xcode and IntelliJ open at the same time and music playing I've never seen it use more than 6-6.5GB
>not using ramdisk
look at this faggot and laugh
is hyperthreading a meme? when the fuck will games take advantage of it?
i dont hear any game developers even talking about hyperthreading or 8 cores...
Games will take advantage of it, since it's just extra threads. It's not nearly as good as having actual extra physical cores, though, so if a game needs 4 threads and you own a quad-core, it probably won't use HT, and with good reason.
so i want to build a hoop that small pellets can fly through.
if a pellet does go through the hoop a light / buzzer goes off as well as maybe some other processing.
what does /g/ recommended? I know im going to need some kind of motion sensor but i had a look online and dont really know much about the subject
they could be made out of metal. how would i go about that and would it be costly?
all the pellets are going to be fired at a constant speed so the velocity shouldnt matter. more accuracy than anything else