Is pic related still safe to use?
Why is Manjaro the only logo in Screenfetch that looks remotely decent?
You'd think they could make the Ubuntu logo look a bit better at least, it's the most popular Linux version.
>Software asks if you want to install a browser extension
Honest advice. Just do it..
Microsoft is not even hiding anymore about for being a botnet. If you still have Windows partition, just get rid of it already.
>I don't give a fuck Microsoft fucking my own asshole dry
I got myself a google cardboard. Apart from using it to start a fire, what are some fun things I can do with it?
Why the fuck is every phone a fucking tablet? The only way to get a decent sized phone is to buy low end trash. What the fuck?
My isp just upped my usage limit to 500GB from 200GB. Like what the fuck, are they even allowed to do this without asking?
How are the headphones on the Occulus Rift?
What are the tech-details?
Whats the equivalent to them?
They look so cheap and low-fi,
but I can't find exact descriptions about model and similar phones anywhere.
the DEV said its "audiophile quality" as well.
But I don't believe it.
There haven't been released any specs about the phones (at least none I could find).
Just LOOK at them.
I bet they sound like some cheap headphones you get on a plane or a museum.
What's the truth about malware in Linux? Is Linux more immune to typical viruses - which these days take the form of mass-spammed crapware and rogue antiviruses targeting grandmothers and tech illiterates? Aside from slightly better fundamental security of a Unix filesystem, theres nothing in Linux that makes it inherently virus-resistant. A virus is just a program like any other. The best hope you have is that kernel code is scrutinized with a fine-toothed comb several thousands of times per day. Linux malware is more likely to have specific targets than the low hanging...
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Linux doesn't get viruses not because it can't but because there's an intelligence requirement for using it and if you're making a virus you're not going after people smart enough to avoid it
>install this piece of shit program by'curl my.shittyprogram.com/install.sh | sh'
>What says /g/ on the "Linux doesn't get viruses because nobody uses Linux" meme?
Linux has less than 2% of the desktop marketshare. Apple Mac has about 6-7% and gets very few viruses despite vulnerabilities headlining here every day.
If any part of Linux is at risk it's the poorly-supported embedded versions, which are legion.
Installed arch linux with i3 yesterday.
I have noticed a few problems and I would kindly ask for your help.
First things first, I downloaded skype with the optional depedencies, the audios don't work
Secondly, In order to log in to the internet I have to spam Dhcpcd, is this supposed to happen?
Thirdly, I also installed screenfetch with pacman, it doesn't work.
What should I do?
>/g/ is not your tech support
The arch forums have tons of shit there, search harder anon. If not, just try asking there. Just not here
Try changing your default sound card in alsa if you have multiple ones
What font does /g/ use for each?:
>System OS font
>4chan X font (yes, you can do custom fonts)
>writing physical letters (Office documents)
>Wildcard: what's your favorite font at the moment?
terminus on my phone and on my computer. it usually uses terminus wherever it can.
I've started getting a S.M.A.R.T. failure warning when I boot up. It's a 500GB drive with only about 225GB used. I have a new 1TB drive and I'm wondering what the best and easiest way to copy everything over is. So that I can give the new drive the same label (D:) and still hopefully run programs without having to change installation paths or whatever.
Is copy and paste fine? Is there a program for something like this?
I use this tool religiously:
I work in IT and I've had to use this countless times. I linked the free version, but there is a paid version too if you're interested.
>put in new drive. it'll show up as E: or something
>copy everything from old drive to new drive
>remove old drive
>use the Disk Management thing (should be under Computer Management in the control panel part of the start menu, not sure though since I'm not on Windows) to change the new drive's letter to D:
How can we stop the ransomware plague?
>Oculus DRM in work
TOPPEST LELKEK, VRFAGS
Isn't this basically what android does?
All apps not from the GOOGLE(TM) PLAYSTORE(TM) are blocked unless you enable unknown sources.
At least they're giving you the option, unlike apple, who literally makes you pay for a developer license in order to run sideloaded apps on your iOS devices.