Does /g/ libreboot?
Hardware selection is pretty abysmal at this point. Intel and AMD are too focused on embedding intentionally insecure chips, so we won't get any more recent x86 hardware supported. There's hope for ARM though I guess, I want to get the C201 chromebook but it's hard to justify disabling the graphics and wireless for some dubious notion of freedom.
How much does intel pay to have their sticker on a laptop?
>Build friend his new PC
I should've let the cunt build and break it himself.
>builds $1000 gaming PC
>installs Linux and paralyzes it
CUT MY LIFE INTO PIECES
apple's finally going for the thinkpad market
it's over lenovo. may as well give up.
but does your previous gen ideapad even have proprietary screws? i bet it doesn't.
Why are all the HTPC front ends so shitty? Windows media player is shit everyone knows that. Kodi is also shit, all the plugins don't work and the user interface for every single skin is absolute shit.
Plex is alright but I don't have a server capable of running it properly with redundant hard drives.
/g/ If you have any htpc front ends that are better, please inform me of their existence.
kodi plugins do work.
since a few updates ago in addtion to plugins you have to also enable their dependancies.
but i agree kodis ui is shit.
emby and plex are pretty much the only viable options as media servers.
emby only on very strong hardware though since their transcoder is shit even though it uses ffmpeg.
plex should run decently on any shit tier hard ware though.
there are alternatives to kodi in the frontend department but they arent nearly as convinient as kodi in terms of free livetv...
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I have it, and if it weren't for the fact that I rarely need to use it anymore I would switch off of it. I can't watch videos with subtitles in fullscreen on my phone because the subtitles disappear. I'd use the app, but then I'd have to pay for it
I have been messing around with opencv for a little while, and I'm trying to identify certain patterns from a line, I'm trying to predict upcoming maximas and minimas... the problem is, the data is very noisy, and I'm not sure what to use to smooth out those lines. Any thoughts?
OK /jee/ I need a book to read to groom my programming skills
No SICP please I'm not learning lisp
Who else is getting a X Box one S next month?
Why do consoles even exist? They are literally mini computers with their own OS but you pay double the price just for the microcucks logo and to use your own internet which you already pay for.
>So I see you're running gnome
How good is Google Fi?
Basically. I have it, and because I'm almost always on my home, school, or work's wifi network, it's great for me, but it might not be good for people who arent always on a wifi network.
Discuss your network...
Give me some pro tips.
Cisco 2800 series for a router. Connect to switches for each floor. If you need "Wi-Fi" connect an AP. Remember to configure pvst+ on the switches and use a healthy amount of etherchannel
Anything wrong with this first pc build would this all work good
Ditch the liquid cooling.
Get a better case.
Get a 700w PSU at least, probably 800w just to be safe.
Find a OEM Windows 7 key and upgrade to Windows 10 with it. They are fucking everywhere.
What would be the steps to build a smartphone from scratch, including making the tools to mine the raw materials to build the machines that build the machines that build the machines etc. to ultimately make a smartphone?