Can we just take a moment to appreciate that CD/DVD's are dead?
Why doesn't Terminal support emoji?
keep the anime to a minimum
Does anyone know of good sas controller that can support any sata drive and not just a select few?
LSI stuff usually doesn't care.
I've been using LSI controllers like LSI SAS1068 for consumer SATA drives for ages.
I never see any good threads about speakers around here.
Let's have one, post your setups and tell others what you think about it.
On a side note I've been taking a peek at Soundplates, are they any good?
They would be ideal given the design of those things.
Onkyo is pretty good right?
I bought a pair of ELAC BS 263 for my desk because that's where I listen to music all the time.
So far I'm pretty happy with them.
I really like the design of them, and the sound is excellent.
They're powered by a Musical Fidelity M1PWR connected to an M1SDAC also by MF.
Kind of an overkill, but they seemed to be the best bet around the time where I got them price-performance wise.
Home screen mobile thread
I was told my clock doesn't match can someone suggest me a better clock
I got a fully working El Capitan hackintosh on my rig. the last time I used a mac was in school and it was a Macintosh 512Ke. What are the must have on OS X? What browser should I use?
Convince me not to use Chrome as my main browser. Hint: Unproven "botnet" claims do not count
Post useful info graphics
Would you rather use a used business laptop (ThinkPad X220/EliteBook 2560p) or a tablet(Surface Pro 2/3) as your primary computer for university?
when will nfc become the standard for regular shopping/commerce?
Why don't you write free software?
Is it because you're dumb?
i think it's primarily because people are too lazy/cbf. If people actually cared and wanted to, they could do it. Not having the intelligence to perform the task would account for a very low percentage of individuals.
Linux extreme casual here. I learned about "Shebang" some time ago. Made some scripts for simple things on my computer. Most are written in python (2.7 and now 3).
What's in your bin? What is your language of choice?
My personal bin scripts directory?
3 terminal colour test scripts, ffmpeg record and convert bash script and a screenshot cleanup python script I wrote to avoid cluttering up my WM binds
I had a look on Github a while ago and tried a few scripts, but I don't think I've ever used any of these.ls ~/bin/
ack emojify h hr spark z.sh
At work I have some useful scripts for
- scheduling downtime in Nagios
- search for a string in filename and open in vim
- run a syntax check on configuration files
I also have a folder of one-off scripts that I use to do text manipulation en masse.
Is there a good quality small compact monitor for something like a raspberry pi?
All the ones on amazon seem to have kinda pretty shitty ratings
My dad wants a raspberry pi and ive got all this stuff ready to check out with but i cant figure out what to actually display it on
Also is this case and these tiny heatsink fans possibly a bad idea somehow, should i go with a case with a fan built in it?
Here's the fan
It's tiny, looks like it fits flush over the cpu, and it has decent ratings, 4.5/5 by like a dozen people I think
Literally every 7 inch monitor either shows up DOA on like 1 in 5 people's doorsteps or costs like $350 and is only reviewed by one person
I don't want one of these loose screens either, I need it to atleast stand up but I'm finding nothing
Fuck this is about all I can find but its a little big and expensive
once you start looking at compact monitors, it's assumed you want a display meant for mounting on video cameras, and those ramp up in price very quickly, it's not uncommon to see them range in price from $500-800 or more, so of course displays less than $150 will be rated poorly.
Old thread: >>51814176
What are you working on /g/?