how do you feel knowing that with 1 click I could destroy your computer?
I have an impromtu phone interview today for a new web dev job and I'm afraid I'll spaghetti all over the place. Any advice?
Unfortunately, there is no hitachi on this list.
One of my coworkers conspired against me to get her friend hired in my stead. I need to gain access to her emails in order to prove I was set up and pushed out. Anyone up for the task?
>12GB is the ideal amount of RAM in 2016
prove me wrong
Why does everyone dislike gnome so much? I can understand how people dislike the organisation, but what is the problem with the software itself?
When I switched to linux a year ago I disliked Unity so I tried KDE. That looked like shit so I tried gnome which I instantly liked. However, everyone here seems to despise it. Why though?
Why does nobody like SAP?
>mfw people sold their 980Ti for that
Challenge: post code that causes the most damage to a Windows or Linux machine. Bonus points if it destroys hardware
>buying HDDs from Americuck companies
Seagay and Westorn Digiass faggots btfo.
2x HGST + 2x Toshiba ZRAID master race reporting in.
>write network code in Java
I hate the fuck that Java has 50+ different ways for input/output
Hello /g/eniuses. You're my last resort. Throughout long time I'm still facing issues related with my internet connection. Atleast once a day, mostly in the evening, my internet connection goes down. This shit became really annoying and unbearable. Problem even persists when I turn my PC to "sleep" for a night and when I power on my PC in the morning connection is already down. Same goes for WiFi (no connection) while using mobile phone and PC is in sleep mode/powered off. I've tried using every command I Google'd in command prompt (flush, renew,...
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>still some DNS or whatever thing is missing
>Changed the router-to-PC internet cable with a new one - nothing.
>Literally only escape is just unplugging and then plugging again router in power source.
it must be the ISPs fault, call them. Check out the modem status from downstream and upstream.
As someone who just uses my PC for video games, is there any problem upgrading to Windows 10?
I'm not bothered by "user experience" or UI, and I have no other programs other than Steam / Battle.Net / Origin.
Is rather upgrade for free and feel underwhelmed by it than not upgrade and spend £100 next year or whenever.
Tried asking /v/ but as per usual they shitpost and circlejerk
You should definitely upgrade unless you have a rock solid reason not to. They won't do any more upstream development on older versions of Windows: they are effectively in extended support already. No new hardware support, no bug fixes that aren't security-related, and they aren't necessarily fixing low-prio security reports either. Think "oldstable Debian" level support. Yeah.
Privacy concerns are understandable, but massively overblown (e.g. no it doesn't scan your filesystem for pirated shit) and will leave people vulnerable and behind on patches. Obviously certain parties quite like that, so they're trying to scare people into not upgrading.
Distaste with the UI is, well, it's still better than 8. It's fixable. The quarter screen thing is alright, swiped back from KDE.
yo /g/, I have NeXTStep 3.3 running in vmware player, now how do I get files from windows into nextstep?
I have this too. You can ftp it, but windows FTP server is crap. When he said 'Install Gentoo' it was only partially the truth. You can use a live CD of Ubuntu to run in another VMware client instance, and ftp to and from it. The FTP server need only have minimal ram.
so... He was joking when he said install Gentoo, but he was partially correct for a bizarre reason.