How much did you spend on your motherboard?
What manufacturer made it?
Does it satisfy?
>How much did you spend on your motherboard?
like $50 for the whole tower, dell mouse, keyboard and a 15 inch CRT
>What manufacturer made it?
>Does it satisfy?
Considering its 11 years old and doesn't have a PCIe slot (only PCI) and doesn't support anything above Pentium D, no, i want a newer one
Msi z77 mpower
150 bucks. Hard to color match with. Llc/vdroop settings are a bit weird compared to gigabyte, EVGA and Asus options.
It's too good for my 3570k. Shitty ticket in the chip lottery
What is the biggest OS?
SystemD a shit
Daily reminder that the only people who believe there's spyware in Ubuntu are uneducated manchildren who still live with their parents.
Go to bed anon.
Is torrenting on a clearnet IP safe?
Writing data on SSD causes very high system load (5,00-6,00) what to do ?
OS: ubantoo 15.10
tried trello for a while, but can't do recurring tasks, backlog. Don't want to use jira since it's for personal use and i'm sick of the jira interface(using it for work)
so its tax return time what will you get with yours im going to get a note 5 unlocked to replace my lg g stylo and a case because 700 dollars is too mich not to protect
what router do you use?
please can someone assist me in cracking this wpa .cap file. i already used rockyou and darkcode wordlist. can anyone help get the password out?? :)
p.s trying to impress a friend lol
I may be getting a part-time job at a local data center that runs primarily everything on CentOS. I've honestly only dabbled with Mint, Fedora, OpenSUSE and Ubuntu on desktop and I mean LIGHTLY dabbled. I can find myself around any desktop, it doesn't scare me to get thrown into a new OS and "figure it out" I can do so with ease. However, I'm still below or par with an amateur with Linux in general, period.
For all you Linux gurus out there, what is your #1 "must know" for basic Linux server usage; something you'd want your apprentice...
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With my limited knowledge, I'm guessing that command is the equivalent of deleting/removing root admin privileges so you can be a cool haxor?
which tasks do you have with Tasker running ?
Run Titanium backup then sync to my nas when I put phone on charge at night
Switch Wifi off when I am out of range from my home or office.
Shortcut to create guest mode when someone wants to use my phone.
CPU scaling for various situations
Car profile when phone detects car dock NFC sticker
Pull logs from servers at work
Work/home audio profiles
A panda bear slaps your laptop out of yours hands.
How do you react?
bad panda. go home. you should be eating bamboo with that nice she-panda that kept hitting you the other day. maybe have some soup together while contemplating the demise of your species. it could be fun.
Kinda new to this and finally getting all the parts I need for my first desktop. I'm unsure of what to get for the operating system and what's good or bad. I also still need to find a nice monitor(don't need 4k), keyboard, and mouse to go with it. Does this build look alright and are there any recommendations?