I installed Linux on my 5 year old alienware. Then like 2 weeks later my Laptop will not boot whatever i do. One of the GPUs (Nvidia dedicated or the intel graphics) is dead.
Did arch linux do this to my laptop?
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Just bought these negroes. But I've recently been made aware apple is removing the 3.5 mm audio jack from its phones. I can return them with no cost to me. Should I and just wait for some nice Bluetooth headphones instead?
Use Bluetooth audio if you want your ears to bleed. A Chinese phone has better DAC/amp than what iPhone has and this shit is going to make it all worse. I'm glad I never touched Apple phones,
Does a program where you can get sound from multiple computers through one audio device over LAN or internet exist? Idk if this is the right place to ask, but I guess it's an interesting idea.
How difficult is it to have Gentoo as your OS?
Is it really THAT bad?
No, but you won't be as productive. If you like to tinker, its awesome.
The creator of gentoo doesn't use gentoo because he says he probably wouldn't get anything done if he did. Many people take this as a sign that it is a meme OS, but it's not necessarily the case.
If you want to have a close relationship with the software on your computer, the configuration and freedom, it could be a wet dream OS.
Yeah. It takes over an hour to compile and install Firefox. Bigger programs take even longer. You can install from binary for some things, but at that point you might as well just use an OS that installs everything fast from binary.
These APs are popping up all over my city, xfinitywifi. Are there any methods for hacking into one of these APs? They're unsecured, but request a user name / password. Can the username/pw authentication be bypassed, or does it have to be cracked?
I'm going to a job interview to become a genius for Apple tomorrow. Any tips? I'm assuming I shouldn't bring my riced chinkpad and Nexus.
>not going full Digital Paper?
Who else is exited for the Onyx Boox Max 13.3''?
What does /g/ think of KDE Neon?
I am excited.
Do I need to remove the cpu heatsink if I'm going to put my old pc into storage?
Whats the cheapest you ever bought a working computer and/or phone? Asides from gifts.
I got a used Android Gingerbread phone with 100mb internal storage and a cracked screen for 5$. Used it for like a full month without too much problems. On Ebay I can usually buy them for 10-20$ easy
>server downloads at 10kpb/s
Intel Core i5-4590 3.3GHz Quad-Core
Gigabyte GA-B85M-DS3H-A Micro ATX LGA1150 Motherboard
Team Dark 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR3-1600 Memory
Samsung Spinpoint M8 1TB 2.5" 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive
Asus GeForce GTX 960 4GB Video Card
Thermaltake VL80001W2Z ATX Mid Tower Case
Corsair CX 600W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply
Microsoft Windows 8.1 OEM (64-bit)
I need to know if I need a cpu cooler or not. And if there's any way to lower the price I'd like to know.
You probably saw me here yesterday
I don't have a use for a GPU that powerful.
What's my best choice that will run well above the needs of my steam library (pic) but not go overboard like the r9.
Would distro of linux would be best for the thinkpad t500 with 2 gigs of ram?
upgrade to 8 for cheap, get a T9600 and drop it in for cheap, 500GB or 1TB drive for cheap, dualboot win7/Debian.
replace DVD drive with a second hard drive caddy and another cheap 1TB drive.