As I'm a boosted monkey I need some assistance.
When Having both Discord and Overwatch open, Overwatch's audio like to cut in/out every 15 seconds.
This only happens when Discord is open at the same time as Overwatch.
Anyone know of any ways to fix this problem.
>spoke to Blizz support
>Blizz told me to talk to Discord support
>Discord support is a meme
Is this technology?
I want learn the basics of penetration testing, and I got only a month to do so if I will go with it. I'm basically trying to get a job at either ESET or CITADELO.
What materials or online lectures (preferably free, don't have much money to spend) I should check out? I also have paid Lynda.com subscription.
Anyone else trying Yandex?
I like it, but it won't let me use yandex.com instead of yandex.ru for the default search. Interesting, as only the latter can use the English language interface, and I am not Russian... I do by hand and it still won't work.
Will Apple ever release a PowerBook G5?
How much have you donated to open source projects so far this year?
How do I Build a web?
What should I learn to do it?
Sorry for being autistic at tech
So I want to learn about networking. I can set up a Linux server, I can program web applications in Java and C#, but I couldn't tell you what a subnet is or what 192.168.1.0/24 means or the difference between IPv4 and 6, the different networking layers (link layer, etc.), what a switch is, you get the picture. I do not want to do networking for a career - I already have a good career, but every time a networking related issue or question comes up I feel like an idiot.
Is taking a free CCNA course a good idea, or will I only learn how Cisco networking works? I'm...
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I took that course in uni. It was basically a giant cisco advertisement disguised as knowledge. You learn some pretty basic stuff and then learn how to apply it on Cisco routers and switches.
If you want to learn networking there must be better ways. If you want a cert to land a job then go with the CCNA
a bunch of material for the cisco certs are general networking knowledge. Lammle's texts are a fine place to start, but i'd also get the program GNS3, some pirated router images and fuck around till it clicks.
Finally building a new PC after about 10 years -_-
I have pretty much everything picked except the mobo. Recommend me a Z170 mobo plz.
buy external network card which support all ofloading settings and sound card with hardware accelerated sound processing extensions like EAX. release load on cpu, reduce cpu interrupts
I am helping out a business by keeping track of all their tech issues. You could call me their new system administrator. How can I keep track of all of the computers and passwords and wifi networks and connections and everything?
I am currently keeping info in a doc with images of the network and all of the tools. But I would like to hear how you do it.
I'm not entirely a noob with sound but should I worry about having a turntable. I know that I need a phone compatible speakers set and a preamp. Do any of you know if I should buy the vinyl rig if my budget of preamp, speakers and a turntable will be under $500. Should I also convert my vinyl records to .flac (or better lossless formats) later on.
To summarize all I need us a good brand for a turntable (preferably built in preamp) and good quality speakers.
Also can anyone tell me if smartphones can play .flac files?
Anyone here have a shitty laptop like me
>cant hold a charge
>4 years old
>1.4 GHZ processor
>left latch taped together
Just fucking kill me
So, since Pokémon GO doesn't work on my phone (LG E460 with Android 4.1.2), I thought about trying Ingress, and see if it's an enjoyable game or not. But I've seen that, other than the obvious ones (position), it asked me for a lot of other authorizations. How much data and what kind of data am I giving to Niantic and Google, or someone else? Also, your opinion on the game, unless that would be too /v/ for here.
These are the permission it asks for
The game doesn't work when contacts is off. I tried
Can someone point me in the right direction please?
I'm going to build a new pc, first one in over a decade. Which GPU should I go with?
I'll be playing ARMA III, squad and Battlefield 1.
All will be played on a 1080p television, and potentially a nicer monitor later on.
I can't tell if a 480 or 1060 will suffice. Or if I should just get the 1080.
Any input is hugely appreciated.
3Dmark Time Spy a big scam?
Looks like they are using the nvidia pre-emption and labeling that as "async compute".
Obviously the bias is there. Now what I wonder is, do they use the same preemption for AMD cards as well? Or do AMD cards get the actual parallel async compute? If former, then there's some serious issues with the benchmark. If later, then it might be valid but we'd have to ask how much of it is parallelized?