Linux will never look this good.
Ok /g/ I'd like to share data amongst my friends face to face, not over the Internet.
What's the cheapest way I can do this? is it by copying files to a USB stick or can I put the data on paper like one of those bitcoin wallets?
Help really appreciated as I have a fun idea that I'd like to make a reality
I have this old POS in my closet.
What do I do with it, other than throwing it away? Battery isn't working so it must be tethered.
My company and I planning on licensing usage this anti-tamper copyprotection for certain upcoming software. It's a major company but I'd rather not say which.
What am I in for?
is it possible to use my phone/tablet to record stuff from TV like a capture card?
i want to record myself playing videogames.
wtf just from updating windows are you kidding?
Why is my computer trying to force me to upgrade to windows 10?
I want to use my laptops screen as a monitor for another PC.
Is this possible?
HDMI to USB 3.0 devices exist, but for output, I want it for intput.
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ok firstly take a kettle lead and apply a lubricant. you'll then want to slowly but firmly insert the connector into your anus until just the lead is hanging out. now simply plug the other end into an electrical outlet and switch it on.
You can take the lcd panel out and use it as a new monitor. You'll need the serial number of the panel to find a correct connector board or w/e. Check ebay for that. You'll have to buy a matching power adapter and for practical reasons you should make a new frame for the panel. (Lego is good enough for it)
Once you have everything it's a matter of connecting evetything correctly and that should be it.
Or ask google...
do you think Snowden broswes /g/?
What this guy contribute to technology?
Do you use Golang? and for what ?
> i like it, but i m not an expert.
I just cleaned up my archive using the cli tool »findimagedupes« and I'm wondering how /g/ is dealing with file duplicates.
- md5 checking solutions?
- visual checking solutions?
- browser extentions?
It's time to boost the quality of our archives, /g/ents.
A moment of silence for all the sorry bastards whose gifts were wasted on these.
>/g/ hates flat design but doesn't provide a better example
Protip: skeuomorphism is not a valid solution.