Assembly Language (visual studio 2015)
how do i return from a jump
is there a way where i can return and continue to the next line of code (mov eax,50) after i've finishing the jump to hello
Does AMD plan on improving the APU line? if they can increase performance enough they might actually make some money
Carrizo is getting released for desktops next year under the name Bristol Ridge.
Its on the new socket, and uses DDR4. There will probably be a few other tweaks, but no major changes.
Though the improved bandwidth and efficiency of the IGP should give it moderate performance gains over Kaveri, nothing to write home about though. It'll be interesting to see how they overclock. Carrizo is a 28nm HPP chip, a cheaper generic process compared to Kaveri's 28nm SHP which was custom.
Following that comes Raven Ridge in Q1 2017, still on the same socket.
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>"iPhone is disabled connect to iTunes"
>connect iPhone to iTunes
>iTunes could not connect to the iPhone “iPhone” because it is locked with a passcode. You must enter your passcode on the iPhone before it can be used with iTunes.
well now that it's plugged in, enter your passcode
otherwise, give it back jamal
although, I've seen dumb shit happen where the iPhone would decide that its timeout was on the order of several thousand years before letting you input your passcode
Desktop Linux is nothing more than a Facebook/Anime/Fizz buzz machine, useless for any kind of productive work, even OS X has some commerical software, no matter how many distros the retards come up with, the quality is never there.
Using software for political reasons is the dumbest thing you can do, you should get out of your basement and learn that an OS is a tool and nothing more.
1. Post things that make your OS better than other OSes
I am now in possession of an old Windows 7 netbook. the screen is busted but i can hook it up to a monitor and it works fine. Wat do? Would it be any good for emulation or something fun?
Who was the better coder out of these three?
for how long is safe to use the vga in 80ºc?
My shitty acer laptop has been running at 70C-94C (idle - light gaming/1080p60 video) constantly for past three or four years and there's nothing wrong with it
80C is completely safe
Since 2013, I have been developing a web server suite in QB64 (www.qb64.net).
The suite contains a server with an integrated scripting language.
Scripts may utilize cookies, forms, subs, if/then blocks, strings, arrays, and more.
I also developed an IDE and documentation. Everything is open source.
Through countless hours of trial and error, I have a stable release that seems to work seamlessly.
My website started out on freewebs in 2007. In 2012, I started experimenting with SimpleHTTPServer and Apache.
In 2013, I started porting my website to run with my server. This gave me incentive to develop it's features.
Now, my website has a dynamic index page and serves files with great speed.
I intend to develop similar software in other languages such as python or C++ using what I learned from this project.
If anyone learns something from my project or has any questions or comments, I would like to hear from you.
The software is available on my website here: http://geekbasic.com/index.gbws?$page=downloads&%23pointer=3
If anyone wants to contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
On my website, there are many features that depend on the scripting language.
This includes the login interface, dynamic meta tags, random quote display, forums, etc.
The image is of my website.
What do I do with this useless shit general.
I have two raspberry Pi's, one older model and one new model. Everything I do with this is either useless or I scrap it because I realize I don't need it anyways.
Radius server: Who cares I live in a neighbourhood of old people. No one is trying to crack my WPA.
VPN: I use a normal service I pay for.
Website: I use a normal service I pay for.
Home server: SpiderOak syncs my files anyways
What do I even do with this, even if its a meme.
They're a cheap DIY, fun solution for the things you pay for out of laziness. So really, they're completely useless to you.
A hobbiest would make a media server, file server, mail server, web server, munin master for another server, or maybe even a console for old games. You would just buy a NAS, roku, or a GCW-Zero or hosting.
P.S. Installing gentoo on this is torture, so I can't even give you a meme recommendation
Daily making fun of Hostralians & Canadians thread!
Pic related - no caps allowed!
Open up package manager to install steam, click "Buy" because it's free so why just have a download button? Then I get to a screen asking me to log in with some ubuntuone account shit. Get mad take a screen shot and the screen flashes white and makes a retarded camera click noise... who the fuck things that these things are good features?
My Mom and I both got google Cardboards in the mail along with the NYT VR mobile app. We both tried it out and came to the conclusion that moving your head around is annoying, especially while sitting on the couch, lying down, etc.
I'm done with VR because of this. This is simply a cheap gimmick.
Installed conemu and cygwin and everything works near flawlessly. A keyboard shortcut for literally everything.
However, might anyone know how to change my default home directory when using cygwin if it's at all possible. Or must I "cd c:/" every time? Thanks.
Also, post your command environments.
What exactly is this doing on my computer? Is it a virus? I wont click it.