>Wake up monitor
>Couldn't install updates
>Don't turn off your computer
I did this a few yeaes ago and I have no regrets. After you've escaped from the windows reality distortion zone for a while you realize just how much hard it made things and how frequently it broke.
>install Anniversary update
>next time I start computer Candy Crush Saga installed and visible on my start menu
Currently using Remix OS for the lulz until I decide on which Linux distribution.
I literally never use the computer without a mouse. Should I bother learning VIM? Or can I just stick with Sublime?
Does proficient use of VIM actually lead to increased productivity or is it just a meme? I understand the benefit if you're working remotely and don't have a full mouse + keyboard but it seems silly to use an editor which actively ignores the fact that I have a mouse sitting in front of me.
For those that use VIM as their daily drivers: how long did it take for you to prefer VIM to traditional editors?
I don't care about Emacs.
Vim integrates well under linux therefor it is a part of the toolchain.
Vim is very useful if you learn how to use it, but of equal importance is that you configure it heavily, don't do the whole "sane defaults" shit, you will die.
You're a fucking dummy, don't talk to me.
Give it your best shot
I was wondering if anyone else's micro usb charger cord looks like this on their LG G4.
One gold contact gone and the 2 center ones are pushed back.
Idk man but here's my Aukey cable for comparison.
It's normal for some pins to be a different length. Most plug specifications include this so that power/ground connects slightly sooner than data, preventing a whole bunch of potential issues.
It's one of the big differences between modern "hotplug" connectors as opposed to early 90s "turn off the computer before swapping anything" connectors.
This is where Logitech fucked up hard!!! I don't understand for the life of me why they wouldn't just use 2 large pads that run from side to side, one at the top and one at the bottom, but they chose to use the 4 mini mousepads on the bottom. I predict the same early G303 issues in the near future, where if the user applied too much pressure to one side the mouse would tilt. I really hope they fix this before they release this shit.
Damn look at those quads! But this is what I was referring to.
Dont get the FK2 just yet, just wait til later this year when Zowie release their own version of mice with the Pixart 3360 sensor, which is equivalent to Logitechs Pixart 3366 sensor.
What would happen if all /g/ connected their home networks?
>Where to Buy:
>Use buyers template
Previous Thread: >>56092278
>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
brown (if that's the silent one)
Razer BlackWidow Chroma (my roommate is getting pissed cause it's loud, do i even get another mechanical? or just get regular? plz halp)
non clicky switches can be near silent if you don't bottom out or even if you dont mash the keys like a savage baboon
on what keyboard to suggest is beyond me tho anon ill let someone else help you with that one
any anons know of a 60% keyboard with mx grays(linear or tactile idc)? or am i dreaming
What's the easiest way to make a 2d platformer on android?
Let's say I don't know coding.
I've gentoo on dual boot, don't bother me with install gentoo maymay.
>Let's say I don't know coding.
They immediately give up and go find something else to do. You're obviously not interested in coding and therefore not interested in making vydias by proxy.
Could a new Internet be created?
Yes, but you'd need the cooperation of 10's of thousands to be a network running.
I've contemplated this myself. What would be required is a "flatpack" kit for a reasonable price.
It would need a mobile phone with a strong wifi and antenna port, a solar-power kit, and waterproofing.
These kits would be purchased by willing participants, And could also use open wifi networks to connect into the clear net should need be.
Long time lurker first time caller.
Recently got into coding and tech. Still a fuckin' idiot but doing what I can. I'm a big fan of podcasts and I'm looking to learn more about techy shit.
What tech podcasts do you listen to while you're coding?
interested in what you've gotten interested in and what kind of coding your doing. I'm not much of a coding type but I do stay up to date with hardware listening to the pcperspective podcast. pretty gud stuf m8
Hey guise, what do you think of this specs
Im using it mainly for gaming
Intel i5-6600K 3.5Ghz
Asus Z170 PRO GAMING
G.Skill Ripjaws V Red DDR4 2133 PC4-17000 16GB 2x8GB CL15
Kingston SSDNow UV400 240GB SATA3
Seagate Barracuda 7200.14 1TB SATA3
Phanteks Eclipse P400S White
Seasonic M12II-620 EVO 620W 80 Plus Bronze Modular
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 G1 Gaming 6GB GDDR5
TP-LINK TL-WN781ND 150Mbps 11n Wireless PCI Express
Corsair Cooling Hydro Series H75
Recently bought an x230. It's kind of slow using google chrome on windows 7. Would upgrading to windows 10 help? Would using a different browser like firefox help?
just want to let you know after years of using Linux I'm going back to the botnet
i realized I've got a 2k computer than can't do anything besides Shit Post and code
>i realized I've got a 2k computer than can't do anything besides Shit Post and code
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If you're going to get hacked a firewall will piss them off. Youll get hacked either way
Hey guys are these good specs
What's the best torrent client?
So is fx8350 8 core, 4 core 8 thread, or 4 cores?
Can we finally settle this stupid debate?
Also while I'm here.
Fx 6300 + board for 160 aud, or i3 6100 + board for 250 aud? Which is better performance for the price. Willing to oc the fx, not too fussed about power consumption since I won't be using it much.
Linux just got r00ted
Now what you cuks? It is over.
without using "ethics" as a last ditch effort to sway me, convince me to switch to a non-windows OS
pro-tip: you can't
Unless your computer is to be used for playing the newest video games or develop for Windows, you would be able to do everything you normally do.
If you're a developer, Linux is the go-to platform.
Let's say that another person has access to the computer that I use at work and I didn't log out of my gmail account in it and I also have the google drive client on desktop. And let's say that I have some sensitive material (lets say dank pasta screencaps) in my drive folder that I wouldn't want anyone else too see. I have some questions:
1. What happens to the local files stored in the gdrive folder on the pc when I delete them from my gdrive account online?
2. If the other person logs in with his own gmail account, can he still see the files...
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>Let's say that another person has access to the computer that I use
Stop letting that happen.
A /g/enie appears:
You are given three tech related wishes:
you can hack any government/corporation/person on earth
You can wish for any existing/theoretical technology/hardware
etc., just keep your wishes tech related. Like my first wish. have everyone on earth install gentoo.
the /g/enie contains all knowledge of all technology within it. it doesn't worry about stupid human shit like who made something first and money. Think of him as a three headed hydra that contains the heads of stallman, gates, and jobs.
Where do I get a job?
Linkedin sucks, been trying there for months.
There are no good jobs. The economy sucks, richfucks have controlled the job market to only allow people they deem worthy enter it, and your only choice is minimum wage slave labor, which you're supposed to be thankful to get for some fucking reason.
>not installing fdroid as your only market place
>not uninstalling google play services and all other google cancer to enjoy a freer, more safe and faster smart phone experience
its like you want to be cucked?
>wanted to setup NAS as contacts sync server so i can at least try to break free(er)
>too stupid for VPN
>NAS can't be reached outside my wlan
I'm literally too stupid to understand setting up a VPN
>embracing the botnet
Alright, /g/, time for a very open ended discussion.
I've been using Linux for a few years now, but I wouldn't say I know a whole lot about what goes on under the hood. I'm very comfortable at the command line and using it for day-to-day tasks, but by no means an expert on operating systems.
I've really only ever used Ubuntu, and just switched from Unity to GNOME in January. I will say, I'm liking GNOME a lot, but I'm open to alternatives. I don't mind extra resource use if it makes things look pretty sexy. I've been tempted to try KDE.
Some other distros that have caught my eye are Debian, Solus, and Korora.
So, my question for you, is what Linux distro do you recommend? And within them, what window manager and desktop environment?
Niggas can't compete with muh Kino. muh Kino is 2 raw 4 u. Ur desks suck compared to mine. Come at me bro.
what went wrong?
>wahhhhhhhhhhhh why are people allowed to express their Non-PC opinions on the internet? The internet BELONGS to PC people but we are losing it to non-PC people! We need some way to force people to only express PC opinions, like an internet ID or laws against non-PC speech: the article.
>by Jewish man (shocker!)
>Expressing socially unacceptable views like Weev’s is becoming more socially acceptable. Sure, just like there are tiny, weird bookstores where you can buy neo-Nazi pamphlets, there are also tiny, weird white-supremacist sites on the web. But some of the contributors on those sites now go to places like 8ch or 4chan, which have a more diverse crowd of meme creators, gamers, anime lovers and porn enthusiasts. Once accepted there, they move on to Reddit, the ninth most visited site in the U.S., on which users can post links to online articles and comment on them anonymously. Reddit believes in unalloyed free speech; the site only eliminated the comment boards “jailbait,” “creepshots” and “beatingwomen” for legal reasons.
This guy is so mad.
Find a flaw