So this is available in my area now. I guess I'm never going back to the store again.
Which GNU/Linux distribution is the best and why is gentoo?
>Professional and respectable community
>Portage > Ports
>Encourages users to actually use the shell instead of the GUI
>New SSL that other distros don't even have
>Compile from source using code for the native CPU architecture to ensure the best performance
>No default Systemd but supports Sysd
>Hardened security is amazing
I used Gentoo for a few years, and it is dear to my heart, but meh. It all depends. I loved Gentoo for the reasons you describe, but not they're precisely why I stopped using it.
I do miss the Gentoo community though. They've always been highly technical and enjoyable to talk to.
I live in Maine, USA.
I feel like contracts/plans are a scam and cost way too much. I want to be able to just buy a phone and put a SIM card in it.
I was looking at buying an S4 Active (network unlocked) from here http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Samsung-Galaxy-S4-Active-i537-4G-AT-T-GSM-Unlocked-Android-Smartphone-Blue-/351660230252
Then buying an AT&T SIM card and no contract plan from StraightTalk $45/month 5GB data.
Is this a good idea?
Thoughts/suggestions? I'm new to this market.
I've used StraightTalk and Cricket with Nexus phones, unlocked phones, and AT&T gophones without issue. Just make sure the phone is unlocked/has the right antenna to connect to the network the prepaid company uses.
You should be good to go OP.
Is there a good reason for us to have powerful computers?
This is (not) a desktop thread.
You have to separate desktop and thread or the thread will autosage
How do you feel about HP's new $130,000 3D printer?
It supposedly prints 10x faster and they're selling the printer consumables at 1/50 the price 3D Systems or Formlabs charges.
Whats the best software for formatting a hard drive.
Got a free hard drive from my cousin but has all these partitions i dont need. I just want a single goddamn volume but windows disk management is a piece of shit.
Best cheap notebook under 100-150$?
What's a good OS for a sensitive guy?
>The current memory landscape spans from venerable DRAM to hard disk drives to ubiquitous flash. But in the last several years PCM has attracted the industry's attention as a potential universal memory technology based on its combination of read/write speed, endurance, non-volatility and density. For example, PCM doesn't lose data when powered off, unlike DRAM, and the technology can endure at least 10 million write cycles, compared to an average flash USB stick, which tops out at 3,000 write cycles.
>PCM materials exhibit two stable states, the amorphous (without a clearly defined structure) and crystalline (with structure) phases, of low and high electrical conductivity, respectively.
>To store a '0' or a '1', known as bits, on a PCM cell, a high or medium electrical current is applied to the material. A '0' can be programmed to be written in the amorphous phase or a '1' in the crystalline phase, or vice versa. Then to read the bit back, a low voltage is applied.
You could call it Windows 7 SP2.
It's just a convenient roll-up to skip the 200+ updates on a base Windows 7 SP1 install.
Should I buy a chromebook? Are good laptops?
What think /g/ of chromebook
Wait till Google I/O. For a secondary computer the Chromebook is good since quick to boot and very little downtime. So surfing the net and shit. I say way till I/O since they may announce this year of android apps running on Chrome so.....
How do I de-botnet Windows 10? I've realized I'm going to have to upgrade since the free upgrade ends in June and I will eventually need it for work since I service people who use it. The only de-botnet software for it I'm aware of is SpyBot Anti-Beacon. Anything else?
What graphics card should I get in order to run GTA 5 very high/ultra-60fps?
My pc currently has an i5 processor w/ 8gb ram.
What have you done with lubfuse /g/?