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What's the biggest /g/-related mistake you've ever made?
>I just bought an LG v10
What does your computer screen look like after you log in?
wtf is this shit?
>tfw I download yify BD rips
>then I upscale them and put them in x264 and upload them to private trackers under my own moniker
>tfw the nerds on the private trackers love it "so much better than that yify garbage"
>ratios out of control
hey everyone, I know /g/ isn't "tech help" but I just need a quick answer as to how to fix this shit. I googled the problem but nothing really helped
I remember there was a software I downloaded to fix this problem a while ago, but I've forgotten what it was.
any help would be appreciated
>inb4 install gentoo/delete system 34
You have exactly 15 minutes to explain why you're using GNU/Linux instead of the superior alternative, FreeBSD.
Post your Arrangement of Pixels that looks like a desktop!
Enjoy your gimped babby OS kids.
The Protected Media Path is a set of technologies creating a "Protected Environment," first included in Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system, that is used to enforce digital rights management (or DRM) protections on content. Its subsets are Protected Video Path (PVP) and Protected User Mode Audio (PUMA).
In order to prevent users from copying DRM content, Windows Vista provides process isolation and continually monitors what kernel-mode software is loaded. If an unverified component is detected, then Vista will stop playing DRM content, rather than...
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I want to learn about programming and software reverse engineering.
I already do scripting with python and bash and basic Java stuff so I am not totally new to it all. But I have no clue about these low level things like cpu registers, assembly language, pointers, etc. I have been reading about some of these things but one thing seems to assume knowledge of the next round in a circle and I am not really sure where to actually jump in first.
How is this kind of thing taught in universities for people with zero knowledge of the hardware stuff?
Going to buy a new deck for my car, anyone have suggestions?
Pic related, $130 on Craigslist
should i get a 4k tv?
So I've done some research and can't find and answer to this and wondered if maybe someone here knows... These "circles" are called selection handles I believe is there anyway I can add extra handles by any chance? It's for a project in which I need to be able to attach lines from the "shapes" category to anywhere on a selected image? Pic related the "circles" I believe are called selection handles I need to add more
I need a line right where my mouse is... When I move this tank the lines move with it but without the extra selection handles idk what to do? Any idea?
Pretty nice, but why is the mouse pad not under the keyboard?
Mouse pad should be under keyboard doubt you are slender man.
Comfy room as always.
Why isn't this guy more popular? He talks about social justice warriors AND technology. He should be perfect no?