Is Kingroot Chinese botnet?
Does Google even make money from Chrome? Should they just discontinue the project?
Is learning awk and sed worth it?
I recently bought this new MSI computer for $1,800 after taxes (1238.30 US Dollar, because CAD dollar is now worth 0.69 and dropping steadily), and I was wondering on your opinions of this computer? It arrives in 2 days, and it's quite an upgrade from my MSI GE620 (came out in 2011, going out slowly with a fight). This was honestly the best I could find for a good price (I'm decently tech savvy). Is there anything you guys would add, or change, or any laptops you guys would have preferred?
>inb4 buy/build a desktop computer
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If Stallman used the time he spends on telling people to use Linux to write a proper office suite, Linux might actually succeed.
So, /g/, I'm in a hotel in Orlando, and just got pic related. I want to set it up, but the hotel WiFi has a browser login so I can't connect to the internet.
I've tried to turn my phone into a WiFi repeater with fqrouter2, but it always fails to lunch (Moto G LTE first gen). I'd set up a hotspot if I had a laptop with me but I don't. Any solutions or should I just wait until I get home to try my new Chromecast?
This thread is intended to serve as a hype train. All aboard, woot woot. Does this not look like the sexiest piece of aluminum you've ever seen?
12.5 inch screen, not even 13.
Just an ordinary ultrabook with shitty keyboard.
Comes with a PCI-E expansion tower, as if you can't fit a normal desktop at your home but you can fit a desk with an extra keyboard, mouse and external PCI-E tower.
Arch confirmed NEET OS.
honestly, can anyone here beat my setup?
no, the i5 is not equivalent to the i7, and nothing AMD beats it
cute butts edition
Mountain Dew Man got up.
How are you enjoying that limited storage?
Linux is dumping tens of gigs of logs every day because the CPU in overheating (I don't care)
Is there a way to stop this crazy logging? It's both inkern.logandsyslog
Moore's law for supercomputers appears to be slowing down, with progress more limited than had been anticipated. Have we hit the wall?
Been using arch for a while, and now thinking of moving to gentoo. What about BSD? I've never tried a BSD system and don't really know anything about them.
What are the advantages / disadvantages to using BSD over linux?
Everything in the core system is written/maintained by core group of developers so it's all a lot more cohesive than Linux is. Overall just a really solid, clean system that makes sense. Ports are also godly.
Give it a shot sometime, I run arch on my laptop and freebsd on my server and I like it for a lot of the same reasons I like arch. (massive collection of software in ports tree/aur and it's super easy to add in your own packages---say from git repos or whatever---to the system.)
How to unlock a locked iphone 4?
>buy a new motherboard
>replace old one with the new one