Post funny bug reports.
>Here's a potential patch, but I can't test it since I don't have the required hardware (cat).
im tired of shit browsers.. im switching to chrome.
why has it come to this.
So I have a spare Windows machine. There is a website I host, it's nothing big, but the data on it is important, and contains sensitive information.
Only usernames/passwords, but still, it's something I don't want to get stolen. (Of course they can just exploit the php application.)
How realistic is it, to have it running in XAMPP?
I know I can update the XAMPP installation pretty easily.
But is it stable? Most importantly, is it secure?
For example, see this:
> XAMPP is pretty insecure.
But how or why?
If I clear out the htdocs folder, copy my stuff inside, and only allow localhost mysql connections - how is it less secure than a new MariaDB/MySQL + Apache win32 installation?
Yeah but that's what I am trying to figure out, like what's exactly is the difference between having compatible versions together + a control panel + everything set up VS. installing them and setting them up one by one, and maybe they don't even mix?
Even the Apache binaries for win looks fucking old and shady.
>Built a $1500 strong pc
>Had so much picking out parts and then putting it together
>Realized i use Arch Gnu/Linux and i dont even play videogames
>my processor, gpu and ram will NEVER get even moderately utilized because i run lightweight applications
>buy 2000€$ computer
>play console games in 4k that look worse then Crysis from 2007
What am i supposed to do now?Fucking kill me
Then why is it slower?I defragged all my disks except for ssd partition,i scanned it for viruses and gave space to my disks,why is it slower than it used to be?I bought it on September for like 1000euro and it was decent
What does /jee/ think of the MX Master, I was thinking of picking one up.
So are there any downsides besides a slightly worse GB/$ and read/write speed to using a bunch of flash drives instead of SSDs for archiving data? Would it work fine if I had a bunch of flash drives plugged in 24/7 mounted as read only?
Well, I don't know how they compare to SSDs, but I remember OpenBSD didn't ever support installation from flash because some problem to do with the medium being inherently unstable.
Dunno if de Raat has changed his mind since, and dunno if it wasn't just an excuse for being lazy, but that's what he said.
what's up with this noise my speakers spews out? Happens when I scroll through the browser or other idle garbage.
Gets way worse when I am using it under heavy load. Any quick fix for this?
I get it that their customer service is awesome and they will give you new GPU almost instantly if you RMA with them etc.
But why are their GPUs noisy overheating pieces of shits?
>walk into friends room
>anon whats that noise
>just my computer
>check it out, yup its EVGA doing all that noise.
pic related your average thermal scan of an evga card
Because they're a fairly small company compared to the likes of Asus or MSI and don't have the same R&D budget. Their products are generally mediocre (in fact, their motherboards are outright bad these days, after their entire engineering team and Shamino quit), but their customer service is so much better than any other hardware manufacturer that it's ridiculous. So you either buy the best product and hope nothing goes wrong, or accept EVGA's B-tier efforts and know that you're covered.
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Are you proud of your code, /g/?
>Microsoft introduced the mouse
>Apple redefined interaction with multi touch and gestures
Hey guys I need a recommendation for a C or C++ book for a kid. My wife's son is about 13 right now, and lately he been showing interest in cs. You guys know any good intro books for someone his age?
Another step-father on /g/?
My stepson likes Minecraft more than is humanly healthy so I tried to ease him into programming by giving him K&R for his 14th birthday. I'm not sure if he's even opened it yet.
I really want to limit his gaming time so he'll focus on what's important but his mother doesn't seem to care.
>Tesla is selling a car with an "upgradable" battery. Only it's not upgradable in the take-it-to-the-dealer-and-they'll-swap-out-some-hardware sense. Instead, you give Tesla thousands of dollars to "unlock" hardware that's already included in your car with an over-the-air software update.
Remember when Intel tried this and everyone fliped the fuck out?
Seems like a waste of money. Why not use what's already there? Or not include it and charge people to bring their cars in for a physical upgrade
Plus batteries cost a lot more than 0.25mb l2 cache does.
That's shitty. It'll be easy for ICE manufacturers to shit on Tesla if they're pulling stunts like this.
The epic meme CEO engaging in undeniable anti-consumer practices? Try defend it Teslafags.
What cloud does /g/ use?
Is there anything that's actually good?
And by "good" I mean:
>respects meh freedums
>works on any OS, even the obscure ones
>easy to use
So far, the only things I cam up with are either amazon (but lacks the easy to use part), or syncthing, but this is not really a cloud, but rather a sync tool, between my two machines. Which, kinda is also a benefit, but still, having an...
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Reminder that by disabling telemetry in Windows 10, you are actually making the operating system worse by not providing your data so devs can make it better