I have no idea what linux distro to get.
Why aren't you part of the PC-BSD master race?
>I fell for the windows 10 meme
Hey /b/ I'm thinking about majoring in computer science or CIS. I've always had a fascination with coding and development etc.
I unfortunately have no idea what to specialize in or what kind of jobs to look for should I graduate.
Does anyone have any tips on how to prepare or has experience in the IT field and can shed some light on this buzzed pleb?
>how to prepare
Practice bagging things and flipping patties. Because pajeet is already doing your job for minimum wage
anyone have experience as a windows server admin?what are some of the tools or most important things to know?
have an interview on thursday for a junior position, but I just know I'll fuck it up as every time I study for what I think they'll ask I get blind sided
thanks I'm studying for those and also for what I can when it comes to virtualization, as I know they use a virtual domain controller but have a psychical one as a backup
they also have salesforce as their goto ERP but I'm not sure if I should study on that or not
this is a thing
So how did the FBI break into AES? is all encryption BTFO now?
I'm going to make the switch from Windows Botnet 7 to another operating system and the most user-friendly ones seem to be Ubuntu and PC-BSD. I see a lot of stuff about Linux distros on here all the time but never about BSD so therefore I thought I'd make a thread about it.
What does /g/ think of PC-BSD? Any experience? Would you recommend it over Ubuntu?
I tried FreeBSD once, and got everything up and running with a DE. I would say it's not ready for desktop/workstation use unless you're a developer and can tailor the entire thing for your/your company's own specialized use. There are too many quirks, too many things that don't really work too well because they're half ass ports from Linux code.
The documentation is better for *BSD and BSD code is in fact of much higher quality. The only downside is not a very wide hardware support.
FreeBSD is more of a server OS but it's great if you want more custumization and if you have the time to tailor it to your needs. If not, I recommend you try PC-BSD, it's basically FreeBSD pre-configured for convenient desktop use.
Is there anything that is absolutely, positively 110% confirmed NOT a botnet in some capacity these days?
What are the main benefits of rooting your phone for a more or less casual user and does Kingroot actually work?
When I print a gift it isnt working
Should I sue my printer manufacturer?
San Bernardino iPhone worthless after FBI spills glass of water on it.
>After repeatedly attempting to reboot the phone with no success, the F.B.I. consulted several Apple support forums for tips on fixing a waterlogged iPhone. “I wish I could report that any of them worked,” the spokesman said.
What's up with a lot of laptops failing to charge battery after about a year? Had 3 Dell XPS m 13 and 2 m 15 that did that. That was around 2009. Because of that never want to buy a Dell again. Now have an asus that did same thing exactly after warranty expired. So they all work if you have them plugged in but the battery shows zero and as soon as you unplug them they shut off
>when the cursor changes to a loading icon clicking on your second hard drive.
Is Wolfram Alpha a botnet or an AI?
Are AIs botnets?