is anyone here still using this?
How hard would it be to convert one of these to work directly over USB? I don't have to wire each key individually to a microcontroller do I? Sounds bulky and tedious. Do some already work over USB? I can't find any comfy handheld keyboards that work wired instead of wireless except this one weird one by ipazzport that also has a huge trackpad above the keyboard and also has terrible stiff keys apparently. I could probably cut the trackpad part off and butcher the shit out of it as an easy fix but I'd rather not since it doesn't look comfy.
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Looks butcherable but idk about them keys.
Is a compromise in order though? Yes I'm in over my head.
I'm going to a hackathon in a month and my team has no idea what to make. Give me your shitty app idea.
>watching a movie on my laptop in between classes at uni
>hear a clicking sound like a camera shutter
>take movie back to that scene, sound doesnt repeat
>random shutter sound then keeps happening ranging in time from every 2 seconds to half a minute
It's not from the movie.
Have I been hacked? Going to cover my camera with electric tape when I get home.
Pic related is my laptop and movie
It has 4 SSDs in raid 0.
It's one of THOSE Sony laptops.
I covered it up with a piece of paper, and the sound is still happenening.
Should have mentioned it's coming through my earphones.
is shadowbanning ethical?
why or why not
What do you do with all your old hard drives when you need to dispose of them? Do you have a large table like Linus Torvalds?
can we get an infosec thread going?
what steps do you take to ensure privacy online?
i've been a "nothing to hide" type for a while, but i'm starting to really hate the idea of widespread data collection, stored in your personal profile, for the sole purpose of selling it to companies so that they can get their advertisements to you.
I kinda stopped caring. There is so much shit to be paranoid about and so many better things to do than wear a foil hat. I just have an adblocker, https everywhere, lastpass, and basic shit like WPA2 wifi (no WPS).
Got a 6P which is encrypted by default. That's pretty cool.
One thing I wish there was is an easy end-to-end encryption program that could plug into regular Android apps, probably using Xposed. I have it on my to-do list of things to make that never gets done.
What license do you use for open source software you create, sempai?
I personally start with AGPL for any network services and GPL for everything else. It seems easier to start with a copyleft license and go more permissive if need be than to start permissive and wish I had started copyleft after somebody makes a closed-source hostile fork of my code without contributing back.
Every other option is autistic.
What distros have you used? How long have you used Linux, and do you use it exclusively? How did you first get into it?
Share your Linux and FOSS story. :)
I started with Slackware 2.0 from a magazine.
I tested various distros in VMs, including FreeBSD, Haiku and shit like that.
Today I use Debian 8.2.0 but I intend to upgrade.
I choose to use Linux when I checked Wireshark and saw that in Windows Microsoft have my arse at any time.
What the fuck you think about samsung s7?
>windows 10 x86 because only 4GB ram
>(memory used 2,99GB)
Implying any brand or company can change memory physics for something 32-bit
What is the best operating system and why
With piracy as rampant as it is, what's the best way to gain income as a software developer?
the great debate