>got a phd in comp sci
>can't even get a job at the fucking geek squad
>get phd in comp sci
>can't even get a job at the fucking automated mcdonalds
Is VMWare really better than VirtualBox?
Trying to run a Linux guest on a Windows host
In my experience, it really depends on your particular machine
For some computers, vmware seems to outperform virtualbox, and vice versa for other computers.
Try them both out, and see which you like better.
You seen this NodeOS?
Explain this bullshit.
>We know all of your interests. Not only just your interests you are willing to declare publicly on Facebook - we know your dark secrets, we know everything
What did he mean by this?
Good luck with that.
So I'm not the most tech savvy. I have a surround sound system in my room. Why does music sound so much better on my system when I play it via my Xbox than when I plug my system into my laptop's headphone input? (RCA system input)
Is there any way to make it sound better through my laptop, or is something on my laptop busted?
I have a problem with my laptop- it keeps saying that it is "plugged in but not charging". I am running windows 10, as I just upgraded from windows 8 today, thinking that it might fix the problem (This happened a few days ago).
I have tried shutting down, restarting, taking the battery out, uninstalling and reinstalling the battery drivers, etc. Anyone else have this problem with a windows 10 laptop?
Thanks; also pic unrelated
Maybe you should stop being a fucking windows pleb and upgrade your computer to arch linux. If you can't figure it out then you should just fuck off this board. I bet you tried something like n00buntu LMFAO
Also; Read the sticky. Not your tech support.
Sorry, I didn't read the sticky as I do not come here much. Usually I can figure out tech problems by myself, but in this case I could not. I have tried linux before, and I'm not a fan. Also, what the fuck is n00buntu, and how can I try that if I didn't even mention it?
tell me why windows 8.1 isn't the most based os out there?
>falling for the windows botnet
>falling for the google botnet
>falling for the skype botnet
>falling for the winrar botnet
>falling for whatever the fuck that swirly colors icon is botnet
>probably has at least 80 more botnets in there
I've heard both ways that the most secure password is either a random string of characters (j6n4kgfhyr8jr8jf9) or something personal.(MyBigDogRex) Which one is more secure?
It depends on a lot of things, but a long sequence of random characters is the most secure. However, that shit is obviously incredibly difficult to remember. If you want something you can actually remember, you'll obviously want to use words.
When it comes to passwords made of a string of words, you want to use very uncommon words or made up words, and don't try to form a sentence with them.
Also, "common" substitutions are useless (i -> 1, e -> 3, etc.)
A password gets exponentially harder to crack with each character. Dictionary attacks can make it slightly easier to crack a password, but if your password is 20 characters with some nonsensical substitutions, it doesn't really matter because it would still take forever to guess.
Working on a talk I'm giving across the pond at the end of this year, and wanted to get your take on something. This is for API professionals in the biz-dev space.
I'm specifically defining the differences between these three terms:
I have my own take on exactly where the line is, but I want to get your take as well, if you have one, so that it's not just me being autistic about semantics.
So how would you define those terms?
Does /g/ ever stream their desktop to their phone?
I used Splashtop for a while but it's so shitty that it was only ever on occasion, when I really needed something. Are there any alternatives that aren't also shit? Ideally I'd like something that will lock itself to a specific window.
>All the good packages are in AUR
>Not installable through Pacman
>Have to build from source
>Double check that current year is 2016
Do you seriously think that letting users contribute random binaries is a good idea? This is the kind of faggots who opens "porn_movie.avi.exe" and then blames the OS for his own stupidity.
I dont understand the worship for Linux when TempleOS is a far superior operating system.
Where the fuck are my groups in webui?
Where the fuck are my per-group seeding / ratio options?
Where the fuck is my sorting options?
Why the fuck is there a gear (options) and a spanner (also options)
No to mention that this shit is banned on iptorrents and 90% of private sites
Seriously which client does /g/ use?
Waiting until Computex to see if there are any good x99 mobos coming out but this is pretty much it. Just bought a 34in ROG Swift...it's waiting.