Still Christmas in 'murica edition
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Not sure what private trackers are all about?
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
How to get into private trackers (and survive): http://pastebin.com/5tw1E2ky (embed)
Paths to get into trackers: http://pastebin.com/D74UA1UK (embed)
What.CD Interview Notes: http://pastebin.com/Wgz6T7ta...
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HOW DOES IT FEEL TRUSTING A COMPANY WITH YOUR DATA NOW?
BET YOU WISH IT WAS OPEN SOURCE SO YOU COULD HELP OUT.
>only use paysafecards to buy gaems
>call myself spongebob squarepants because you don't need real name verification when you're not paying with CC
literally could't give less of a fuck
I'm switching from Win10 slow botnet motherfucker to Kubuntu, is it a good choice? has /g/ any suggestion for a Linux newfag?
How would you have stopped WOPR (War Operation Plan Response) /g/ ?
Why is this shit still a thing?
>windows frankly killed itself by being spyway
>This key is still in production
>Linux users still have to press the Windows key
Feels so fucking good
Smart phone thread
Would you buy a new gfx card for your 5 year old computer? I currently have a amd phenom 955 with 8 gigs of ram I bought 5 years ago and upgraded the vid card 3 years ago with a geforce 680 4 gig.
Currently thinking of building a new computer next year when I get working again.
Im looking at Nvidia geforce 980's something in the 6 gig range, but dont know what card is gud, theres a few on sale for anywhere $100-$150 off
tl;dr 5 year old computer + new vid card?
Now is a stupid time to get a video card. Upgrade that CPU first and wait for greenland/pascal.
tell me why it's not "logical increments" that if you need to build a new computer to build one from the last finalized socket of either AMD or Intel and based around your needs
meaning, if you needed to build a computer today, you'd do it with an 1150 socket, rather than a meme socket where the only CPU's avalible are purposely shit just so they can "improve" them over the next few years til finally releasing the fully un-jew'd versions at the end of the socket's life
make the switch today
What OS's are you running on your secondary/daily driver phones, /g/? I'm running crDroid for the M7, running Android 6.0.1
Daily use is an LG G Stylo running 5.1.1 on T-mobile
Secondary is Windows Phone 8.1 on a BLU Studio HD. Even with only 1GB of ram Windows Phone runs amazing. The lack of worthwhile apps is what kills it for me though.
What does /g/ think of the AmazonBasics line of computer stuff? I've been wondering if any of it is a good deal.
I like their cables, adapters, and chargers. Decent quality, cheap, and free shipping. I'm not sure about their keyboards, mice, and other components though, I imagine that stuff is pretty cheap/flimsy.
best linux distro
Most of the popular ones are pretty much the same with more or less tools out of the box for convenience or to help the technically challenged. There's also different kinds of packages and of course the quality of the distro's community but they're not too radically different since you can customize quite extensively. It depends on what you want but for the most part if you know how to do what you want to do you can do it on just about any *nix OS.
You want to remap a key.
Change one file, even a potato can do it.
Good luck with that.
Which is more secure?
An HDD will eventually fail due to mechanical factors, but the platter itself will hold data indefinitely.
SSD's can fail due to controller issues, but not as common now. SSDs, unlike magnetic storage like HDDs, utilize trapped electrons to store data. These electrons want to escape, and eventually the will by wearing down the gate, corrupting data.
You can pick up a HDD out of storage 50 years from now, and the data will still be readable. A SSD will not since the electrons have leaked out like a battery loses charge over time.
Do I need to make 6 figures annually to afford a setup like this?