has anyone here been able to go from NEET and poor to having a computer-related job?
what steps did you do to achieve this?
WinCDEmu is shit and daemon tools is spyware
What do you use to mount images /g/?
Why aren't all PC components connected by fiber?
old thread: >>52060042
What are you working on, /g/?
perfect music while programming?
What's a good laptop for music producing that's under £300? I'm looking for something with lots of storage and good audio, no latency blahblah you get it. Please help
I work in music producing, and my laptop broke.
I've only got £300 ($447) the last one I had was awful and laggy, had it for just a few months before it completely broke down, even a technician didn't know what happened so I just threw it away
Title says it all.
ITT we discuss data storage >12 TB
Classical Raid Levels, ZFS, ....
Feel free to Post your Storage Rigs, Specs,...
I have a spare GTX 650 card that I don't make use of and I wwas thinking about dedicating it to PhysX as my main GPU (R9 290) cannot proccess it due to Nvidia's exclusivity. Now tell me /g/, is it worth / safe / stable? I also have a powerful enough PSU to mantain it so there would be no problem
Why do we hate this guy again?
Hello goyim, now that Christmas has ended I think it's time to do a little recap.
Products that are going great
Products that need some help (shilling)
>AMD (too many nvidia and intel users)
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What should I do with this fucking raspberry pi I got for Xmas? I've already installed arch and set up a small file server over my network with NFS for backups and stuff.
I definitely would be interested in running more kind of server client stuff, like maybe hook it up to some speakers and make it a media center or something.
I've still got lots of headroom in terms of ram and processor power since I'm not running a graphical environment or anything.
I'm okay with this
>Install Windows 10
>Open pic related to download FireFox and browse some other shit
HOLY FUCKING SHIT. This browser is blows FF and Chrome out of the water. It so fucking fast, snappy and out of your way. Also very light on the memory. The only thing stopping me from making it my main browser is extension support so I can install uBlock and HTTPS everywhere.
All in all a very refreshing experience.
Is there a Linux distribution tier list I can use for reference?
If you had 30 minutes alone in a room with your best friend's laptop and a 1tb external harddrive, what files do you go for first?
ITT: Programs only you use