you told me this wouldn't happen...
I don't think I have ever had this happen while using Fedora, however it is likely that it just waits to process the update on shutdown/restart. I could be wrong but I just don't remember seeing a dialogue like that one. Only time I remember a restart has been "highly recommended" is when using dnf to update the OS.
Either way I wouldn't be too concerned it seems to be the exception rather than the norm for linux systems in general.
Are their any decent or /g/ approved small case/portable speakers?
I've been looking for a music/audio solution when I cook in the kitchen or when I have some friends over and I can't seem to find a product that isn't a shilled piece of crap.
>html4 created 20 years ago
>have ability to insert images with <img>
>have year 2016
>we have 20 years of "progress", and a web 2.0
If only they were still around ;_;
The humble bundle for gamemaker looks fantastic, cost-wise you'd be saving hundreds of dollars if you get all the modules. Why are they practically give it away? Definitely getting it, I liked playing around with it in a game design class I took as an elective, and hell Undertale was made using it. Say what you will about Undertale but it was well made.
What are your experiences/opinions on Game Maker?
What the fuck is this shit?
bsd general - Maki edition!
old thread: >>56479338
What are you working on, /g/?
Fucking around with fonts again because I didn't like ProFont's symbols.
Monte Carlo seems very similar but with decent symbols.
What's the best way to acquire PC equipment (low-med quality, inexpensive) for just messing around with and building random networks?
I've pretty much chalked it down to a few options at the moment:
1.Get a job and buy new stuff from official retailers
2. Scour auctions for cheap old equipment
3. Dumpster dive electronics retailers in industrial areas
5. Break into random peoples houses and strip their PC
6. Buy random chinkshit
7. Go business to business and ask for old equipment they were looking to dispose of
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What do you guys of Manjaro Linux? Is it the best Arch distro? How easy is it to install?
It's not Arch + installer. It's a fork that receives its packages later than Arch does, and for a while that included security. No the best Arch is Arch. Anyone who doesn't agree, couldn't follow instructions and install Arch. Its so easy you could install it.
What did Amazon Prime mean by this?
I see this everyday in my CS class
Miss me yet?
>SSD is a meme
To those who've created their own linux distro:
How long did it take?
How many hours per-day did you spend on it?
Are you continuing to update/manage it?
>how long did it take
A few days to get a usable desktop
>how many hours per day
a few, its less doing complex things and more waiting for shit to compile.
>Still managing it
Nope, I would rather just use any other distro.
>windows on my decently built desktop
>linux on my notebook
>when home i use my desktop and SSH to my notebook
>use both computers seamlessly like this
>it's the best of both worlds
i have achieved ... true patriciandom.
Windows 10 is spying on me. Windows 7 doesn't spy, right?
Macfags will defend this.
Imma go full shill up in here and argue that if you check user data, most people don't even use the headphone jack on their phone to listen to music
just off personal experience, most people who you see with a phone day to day, do not have headphones attached to them, this adapter is really only an inconvenience to a minority of users
Hey /g/ im wondering how i should start out with programming and all that stuff
>im ok with tech
What the fuck does Motorola's Device Help app need permissions to EVERYTHING on my phone for?
I can't trust my fucking phone. I am so fucking mad.
>“It was holding us back from a number of things we wanted to put into the iPhone,” Riccio says. “It was fighting for space with camera technologies and processors and battery life. And frankly, when there’s a better, modern solution available, it’s crazy to keep it around.”
>The 3.5-millimeter audio jack has been headed to its inevitable fate for some time now... In the end, it was simple math that did the audio jack in, a cost-benefit analysis that sorely disfavored a single-purpose Very Old Port against a wireless audio future, some slick new cameras, and the kind of water resistance that anyone who has ever dropped an iPhone in the toilet has long wished for.
>“The idea that there’s some ulterior motive behind this move, or that it will usher in some new form of content management, it simply isn’t true,” [Schiller] says. “We are removing the audio jack because we have developed a better way to deliver audio. It has nothing to do with content management or DRM — that’s pure, paranoid conspiracy theory.”
Mobile devices don't belong with wired accessories, and they're not meant for audiophiles. Take off your tinfoil hat and embrace the future, /g/.
By not giving users an analog output as an option and keeping the signal chain digital, you can start to enforce copy protection on audio like what is already done with HDMI (HDCP) and disallowing analog output on protected content unless it is degraded to a much lower but acceptable (to the content owner) quality.
Is Bitcoin dying?
Is Ethereum the next shit?
What is the difference between the two?
What is the state of crypto-currencies in 2k16?
Sorry I missed the crypto-currency train, please teach me sempai.
lets make some memes. here is mine.
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Other business laptops are also welcome in /tpg/ (e.g. Dell Latitude/Precision, HP EliteBook/ZBook).
If you're looking for purchase advice, READ THE BUYERS GUIDE FIRST. Then post, stating budget and requirements (e.g. size and performance).
Don't buy anything OTHER THAN T, X AND W/P SERIES if you want the Real ThinkPad Experience™
T420 - 14", normal size
X220 - 12.5", ultraportable
Why ThinkPad? (also applies to other business laptops)
>Used machines are plentiful and cheap.
>Excellent keyboards - tactile feel and quiet.
>Great durability: chassis uses a magnesium rollcage for structural integrity, with high quality plastic body panels.
>Utilitarian design: e.g. indicator LEDs, 7 row keyboard layout on older models.
>Docking stations that easily turns your laptop into a desktop.
>Easy to repair, upgrade and maintain thanks to readily available service manuals for every model. Spare parts are easy and cheap to obtain.
>The best trackpoint (that red thing in the middle of the keyboard). Great for those who type a lot or hate swiping their fingers all over a touchpad.
>Excellent GNU/Linux & *BSD support.
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How could any sane person think gnome 3 is better than gnome 2?
Because if I want something I press window key and the first few letters than hit enter. Face it anon, most Linux people come from Windows where it's ideal to have everything in full screen. Don't pretend you're some 90's UNIX hacker.
Does Woz deserve any blame for Apple being where it is today?
What does he say /g/?
Say what you will about the man, but Apple knew what the fuck it was doing when he was alive.
>Steve Jobs Apple
>Make stuff that's locked for the sake of convenience for people don't want to learn how stuff work
>Tim Cook Apple
>Make meme products like the single port macbook and iphone 7 that aren't convenient
apology for poor english
when were you when 3.5mm jack dies
i was sat at home drinking brain fluid when fred ring
'3.5mm is die'
Dumbshit here why would anyone install an operating system other than Windows or Mac.
Not shilling, I admit I know very little and should probably kill myself.
1. Personal taste
2. Linux distros are in most part opensource, some even free of charge
3. If you know what your computer is gonna be used for (task specific) picking a more specialised OS is way more practical