How do you pronounce ".exe"?
Please convince me not to sell my kidney and buy this shit.
>protip: I hope you can
What is a good laptop to get Linux for the first time on? I want it to look normal not like a brick thinkpad.
I have a problem with my memory, It says that only 3,9GB RAM is usable although i have 8GB and the computer recognizes it all.
I have tried resetting the maxinum memory from msconfig boot menu but nothing happens and the changes aren't permanent although it says so
Then I tried it from cmd with bcedit command but it doesn't recognize it as a internal or external command
Radeon hd 4870
2x4GB hyperx ram
Asus P5B deluxe motherboard
Amd Phenom 2 X4 965 3,4Ghz
Newly installed windows 7 ultimate
Anybody have more of there? there's one with flashdrives and this one, and i like them.
why /g/ hates Nvidia?
I want to make software, but I don't want it associated with my main GitHub account. If I push, pull, and clone from my PC using GitHub for Windows, will there be information in the .git file or any other files that reveal my computer is the one being used for the commits?
Is it possible to doxx someone just from git commits?
If GitHub for Windows is more likely to reveal me I could just use it from the command line, but I prefer the GUI.
The only case of someone getting burned from using git that i can recall was some pedo who put his .dotfiles on github and in his .bash_history were things like cd'ing into and watching cp.
Well there obviously isn't going to be anything illegal in this repo, it's just that I don't want it coming back to me. I checked out the .git folder in another repo, and it has my username in it and a bunch of numbers that I don't know the meaning of.
Help /g/ what did i just rip out of my PC
Nike HyperAdapt 1.0
-First auto-lacing shoes
-Just like Back to the Future
Windows 10 shills on suicide watch
Lately i find my eyes tired after long sessions on the computer
are gunnar optics worth it /g/? do they actually reduce eye stress when staring at a screen for 12 hours a day?
I've been using Linux on and off for years finally started using it more a lot more recently so I've installed 14.04 of Ubuntu. I tried a bunch of different OS's like Slackware, CentOS, Arch, Mint, but I always avoided Ubuntu/Unity because it got torn apart online by people (mostly Arch users). Finally I decided to give it a shot and found that I just liked straight up Ubuntu and Unity. It works really well so it got me wondering why do people hate on it so much? Any Linux users here with an opinion?
Are people just scared of changing from a Windows XP style UI paradigm?
Arch user here, and I don't mind Ubuntu in and of itself (they're all the same thing anyway.) I just hate unity, and I really only run arch because I needed a minimalistic system for my ancient laptop to do school work.
>Millions of Android devices vulnerable to new Stagefright exploit
The exploitation, called Metaphor, is detailed in a research paper (PDF) from NorthBit and also a video showing the exploit being run on a Nexus 5. NorthBit said it had also successfully tested the exploit on a LG G3, HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S5.
>Co-founder Gil Dabah told WIRED the exploit could be altered by those wanting to cause more damage. Approximately 36 percent of the 1.4 billion active Android phones and tablets run Android 5 or 5.1, with Dabah warning that devices lacking the latest updates would be vulnerable.