So, /g/, which browser instructions are you running?
Is there anyway to unlock a phone for free? All the sites ive seen online charge for it
Search for your model on the xda forums and start reading. If it's SGS2 you'll probably find plenty of resources there, maybe even fairly easy to use tools.
Just need to read stuff carefully.
ITT software personalities who seem good on the surface, but are actually incredibly harmful
This fat fuck may have had his heart in the right place, but he's the reason why open source is such a mess today. Imagine if we were using BSD instead of Linux, clang instead of gcc, and the BSD license instead of that mockery of freedom known as the GPL. Everything would indeed, just werk. But instead we're stuck with... well, just look at the state of Linux today.
>just look at the state of Linux today.
Hey /g/uys, I'm pretty new to Mac OS X and the whole concept. I've got to know some basic key shortcuts and gestures.
I have a MacBook Air 13", Early 2015, using it for notes at school and coding.
What efficiency/productivity increasing tips, apps or obscure shortcuts do you use? Also, any ideas on how to prevent overheating when running CPU-intensive apps?
Share your ideas and experience!
I'm a fan of coda for front-end dev
also transmit (same development company)
keyboard maestro can be used to make any keyboard shortcuts for anything you fucking want.
totalfinder used to be great but since OS X started doing hidden "security" shit, it's become somewhat less useful.
homebrew is absolutely necessary if you want to do any development.
if you do front-end web dev, there's an iOS simulator built-in to XCode, you just have to find it and make a shortcut then BOOM, free access to any iOS device ever made... real...
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Why are you still using Firefox instead of Chromium?
What is /g/ working on? Any fancy projects you got?
OP here, just for the bumps.
Currently I am trying to build a laptiming system for motocross, because professional solutions are fucking expensive.
Process is bretty gewd.
Logic is quite finished. Only thing I would need to improve accuracy a lot would be an inductive circuit, which is in research now.
Maybe have to upgrade to a bigger microcontroller or seperate processes on different ones. Will see how the project evolves.
in short: in basically just works like RFID, except that I need a reading range from about 1-1,5m.
Here's pic of my first transponder prototype.
Also added a display yesterday.
As frontend I got a rpi2 which runs a nodejs server and database shit.
Happy Hacking Birthday Louis edition
>Where to Buy:
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how can one fit all his tv shows and movies on a hard drive, highest one you can find is 5tb and an average 720p show is 120gb and movie about 8 gigs so thats about 20 shows and about a 100 movies, thats fucking shit.. what can one do other than a nas
Do smartwatches have a point yet?
I'm interested in getting into the fad of being one of many unheard of Youtube channels, mostly to pretend I'm being productive while I wait to go to University.
I'm currently using Antergos, but will probably start dual booting Windows 7. My PC is an i5 and 290 with a mini ATX motherboard, though, and the capture cards I'm seeing require the space my graphics card is occupying.
1.) Are there non-pcie capture cards
2.) Since I'll more or less start over when installing Windows, should I just get a new motherboard?
I personally used to use Action!, but I now use OBSStudio, both for recording my screen and for livestreaming, I think this is currently the best software for this, moreover it’s free and open-source.
Clover gone from googeplay store, why?
Had to install thru fdroid
I am wondering which is the best option to run Visual Studio on a mac. I am working on some .NET/UWP project.
BootCamp or Parallels?
>inb4 xamarin studio
My boss gave me a MacBook Pro 2013 13" with, I hate using this term, "Retina Display", as a "going away" present. What should I do with it /g/?
show me your uptimes /g/uise
My family owns a pc repair shop.
Please keep tech support to a minimum.
Pic semi related, found it online.