So these guys have a pretty smart idea:
Take a laptop, take out the actual PCand add adapters for mobile devices. Right now mainly targeted at Windows, but soon to come to more OS.
I know many of you people demand more of a Laptop than a smartphone can offer, but for people that want to write documents and stuff like that it's suitable.
It's technically a BT-Keyboard, a screen and a Powerbank in one.
Maybe people will finally use their smartphones for more than just twitter and kittenvideos
The "PC" part of a laptop is about 300 bucks if we talk about top hardware, so it hardly would be that much cheaper and still have shitty OS, shitty performance ... if I got your idea right.
Well they said it would be 130$
Ubuntu is trying their Linux-Android-Hybrid.
And many phones already perform pretty well.
I guess a thing like this could become the new bottom-levle-laptop or chromebook
Linux proved to be just as vulnerable to viruses as Windows.
>.exe and .dll files on Linux
fuck you for wasting my time with your shit bait
Who the fuck is this guy? Why everyone talks about him and why Google is hiring him?
Just bought the 250 gb model of this ssd. I installed it into my computer. Now what?
Hey /g/ is this Alienware X51 R3 a good deal for $1200?
Processor is i7-6700
I'm looking for a new computer and don't know how to build one - nor have the interest for it and I found this Alienware desktop on sale for $1,200. I just wanna know if it's a good deal for a new pre built PC.
Should I buy a 27" 5k iMac instead?
I'm going on an undercover mission. I need a pair of camera glasses that provide a live feed to someone who will be outside in a van. I also need an earpiece so they can talk to me. 007 style. I tried looking on eBay but I don't know what's good and what's not.
Does anybody know of anything that actually works well?
You can buy those all over the net
Honestly a 480p camera will do the trick. I think HD would be too much.
When it comes to this stuff you want duration over quality. You could record a lot more at 480p over 720p or 1080p. I'm not an audio expert but simple 2-channel audio will do you just fine.
Remember you are not recording for the cinema.
I mean is that a good pair of glasses? Like idk how these things work. I expected them to be like $100 but $15 seems like a cheap toy. Wasn't sure if that was a waste of money or not
My knowledge about consumer graphics cards and motherboards lags a bit, but here's my problem:
I want to run as many 1080p monitors as possible aiming for the lowest cost. So I was wondering, how many outputs can a graphics card can give, and how many graphics cards can I shove to a motherboard?
I know that there are MBs with like 10 PCIe ports and some graphics cards that cost 3k and offer 10 outputs, but that would put each output at 300$, while I could get the same thing with a 30$ single output graphics card.
What's the optimal solution? Should...
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How many do you want to run, and what for? A GTX 960 can have 1 x HDMI, 1 x DVI and 3 x DP connected simultaneously, and you can buy DP to dual HDMI adapters. That's 8 screens from one card - fine for Windows desktop, but clearly no good for gaming. Many motherboards will support 3 of these cards, is 24 displays enough?
It really depends or what you want to do on the monitors.
There's a big difference between 5 monitors that are all internet browsers, vlc, text editors, ect vs 5 monitors that are doing games, rendering, ect.
So windows hasn't updated its kernel in over 20 years
>Windows NT 3.1
>Windows NT 3.5
>Windows NT 4.0
>Windows NT 5.0
>Windows NT 5.1
>Windows NT 6.0
>Windows NT 6.1
>Windows NT 6.2
>Windows NT 6.3
>Windows NT 10.0
Convince me to update from Lollipop to Marshmallow.
Welcome to the botnet.
What can we do about racism in computing?
I couldn't figure out how to autostart a virtual machine on my server. So I logged into my server using Nomachine and had VirtualBox dump a shortcut to the VM on the desktop which I then had KDE autostart when it boots up. Because you can tell it to autostart things under "Settings".
I did a similar thing in my VM to start tomcat webserver.
I also couldn't figure out how to manage files in the terminal (where I can be root easily) so I have that "dolphin root" shortcut to start dolphin file manager as root. God help me if it ever gets...
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> dump a shortcut to the VM on the desktop which I then had KDE autostart when it boots up
Nah, it's fine. Every way is fine if it works exactly as you want it to work. The Unix way.
> I also couldn't figure out how to manage files in the terminal
> Its a .sh file and I have no fucking clue how to work it in debian.
The PATH in Linux doesn't include your current location, so you have to run it thru './'. ./run-sh.sh - it should work.
Very smart thing to do. How come no one thought of a mod like this before?! http://forum.xda-developers.com/android/general/thermal-mod-t3341896
>Hey anon, I hear you use Linux. What is your favorite distro
>eww, get away from me you autist. You should really use something like opensuse or xubuntu instead.
>Still using Linux
>Not joining the glorious Windows 10 botnet
Come on people.
What's the best alternative to Windows on Linux?