>tfw you can run out of 16gb of ram with linux.
I was running maybe 50 chrome tabs and five 4K images on GIMP, but that should not add up to 16 fucking Giga(/bi)bytes...
>expect 4chan's JS to be free
>it gets blocked
>try to whitelist it
>still cant post or click on settings
>also can only whitelist single sites instead of a chain of sites
what the hell
4chan is run on proprietary software.
(4*2)chan is run on libre software that respects your freedoms.
What do you think about Debian? I use Arch for my desktop but Debian for my server.
is there any way to unlock (password pin etc etc) on android 4.4 or older version?
>windows 10 doesnt offer an analog clock option
>you have to fuck with the registry database to get it back
This is windows 10 is failing.
George Hotz uses ubuntu /g/, what makes you think you need anything else?
Can someone explain to me why we're still using HDMI when displayport is better in literally LITERALLY every single way?
How would IT people even make money, if everything was open source and free?
I never really understood that part of /g/s ideology.
And developers are still paid to create specific content and will always be paid.
Sys Admins are paid to reinstall OS and administrate servers... lots of shit.
You can always purchase support for your products in form of an subscription.
Firefox and its memory leaks and crashing are really starting to wear on me. What browser alternatives are there? As far as I can tell, if I want actual usability and compatibility, I've either got to use something Firefox-based, which I'm getting more and more reticent about given that I'm already on a Firefox-based fork (Cyberfox), or something Chrome-based, which I'm not opposed to but even for a normie like me, I don't like Chrome's policy on privacy.
Am I stuck with something like Iridium or Sleipnir?
there's literally nothing wrong with 1366x768
I need a new mouse. I've always used MX510, MX518 or G400 so I wanted to order another G400 or something similar. Well turns out, they're not sold anymore and the new ones from logitech all look like they're for people with small hands like children which is probably their target group anyway.
What do you recommend? Since I no longer play games I really don't want to spend a lot of money (<50€). I just need a comfortable, reliable, firm and solid mouse with the usual buttons plus back and forward buttons.
I'm tired of gmail. Are there any reliable mail that doesn't make you look like a complete idiot when you give them to someone?
Does anyone miss these Guys and their trolling?
No, in their retarded attempt to attack SoE and H1Z1 they DDoS'd the planetside auth server. A game which is dead and has a playerbase in the single digits, leaving H1Z1 completely unaffected.
Best calculator for Android?
RealCalc is useless for anything more complicated than adding two numbers.
Handycalc has some useful features, though the interface is weird. But if you want to solve simultaneous equations, it works well.
I also use a TI83 emulator called AndieCalc, which requires a TI rom image.
Why is this still considered the pinnacle of Linux icon design. It hasn't been updated or changed for years. It's missing application icons. Yet, it's still pretty much the best set available for Linux desktops.