so its tax return time what will you get with yours im going to get a note 5 unlocked to replace my lg g stylo and a case because 700 dollars is too mich not to protect
what router do you use?
please can someone assist me in cracking this wpa .cap file. i already used rockyou and darkcode wordlist. can anyone help get the password out?? :)
p.s trying to impress a friend lol
windows is so fucking shit, you literally cannot make this up
this is a real screenshot taken right now
Alright /g/, it's game time.
Give me a reason to use GNU/Linux over Mac OS X. Consider the following.
-> You're paying $0.00 for what is essentially a hybrid kernel, the BSD userland (and everything that comes with it), and the Apple UI. Paying nothing for a very polished and stable certified-Unix system seems reasonable, considering how well Apple seems to integrate everything in their OS.
-> You're not really missing out on anything in Mac that you wouldn't in GNU/Linux. You've got the same version control software, gcc, a packaging system, and the same IDE's as GNU/Linux if you develop that way. Much of the underlying structure of OS X is rooted in Darwin, which is basically BSD, meaning that it's free and open source. You can literally look at the source inside the OS.
-> Let's also consider the proprietary side of things. Sometimes, the open source drivers and plugins the community has can be... a little lackluster. You have every streaming service available, the Microsoft suite of productivity software, and a whole host of other software available through the Mac App store, a great way of unifying all the programs available for OS X and providing them to the user.
-> The UI is very well done and responsive, and anything that it really wanted to hide from the user, can be found if they really wanted to. If you're someone who can't live without all the rice, it's not like you can't slap a tiling wm on it, make some modifications, and call it a day if you're so inclined. Once again, it's the best of both worlds.
-> "But Anon," you spurt out through your cheeto drooling mouth, "What about all the 'excellent' command-line tools that Linux has?" There's nothing that isn't already on OSX that you can't just compile anyway, since you were already going to do that on Linux.
So tell me /g/, what's the point, or even the benefit of using an often unstable, often untested OS made mostly by graduate students and old fogeys who bang on bongos?
What Windows are you using if you're still avoiding Windows 10?
> Testing high end headphones on phone...
Who here ran PSP homebrew? What were your favorite non-emulator applications?
Pic related, PSPSeq.
The psx emulator was really all I cared to use, besides a few terrible clones of a few modern games. There wasn't enough homebrew content to make it worthwhile, and I had no coding knowledge at the time.
Marvin Minksy, A.I. pioneer, dies of brain hemhorrage at 88
Microsoft is also bringing it to Linux.
>More amazing still, Microsoft will port it to Ubuntu Linux.
L I N B T F O
Anyone else miss the aesthetic of late '90s operating systems?
What the fuck?
Emp will be recruiting soon edition
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Check out the wiki and update it yourself if you want more instead of complaining like a fucking faggot. https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Private_trackers
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"Why don't more people use Linux? You can even run Windows applications in WINE! Even video games! You're out of excuses, use Linux!"
I've been a die-hard Linux fan since 2009. And I'm going back to Windows.
The latest League update 100% broke compatibility with WINE and Linux. Starting a game yields absolutely nothing. Clicking the system tray icon, even less than a second after (re)launching the game, yields a 'game abandoned' screen, offering to launch into... nothingness.
Really stable shit you got here, folks. Awesome operating system. Absolutely astounding how stable and usable it is.
And don't give me that "there's paid support if you look for it" bullshit. I even offered over 1,500 people $100 to anybody who could get it working. No takers. And do you honestly think Red Hat will support League? HA!
Enjoy your no market share. Peace.
$100 for some neckbeard to spend 5 minutes configuring whatever horseshit? Sounds to me like the application itself matters not. League or OpenOffice, $100 is $100.
I never asked for anybody to care. I just presented the following point: Linux does not run the applications consumers demand, and so it will never attain any appreciable desktop market share.