Surface book or Surface Pro 4?
Hey /g/uys, I just installed Arch with openbox, I used the xterm terminal, I was using obmenu to edit the right click shortcut menu. And I accidentally removed xterm from it, and theres not another terminal installed. How do I fix this?
Let's play Find the faggots
>OP is a fag
Congratz, you found one, now find the rest of faggots on this map.
Why don't you own Corsair© Dominator Platinum™ modules?
What will the standard mid-range PC be like in 2020, /g/? Will I be able to stream in 4K quality on a machine worth $300?
If you work in a technical/computer related field, have you ever been whined at by people with "real jobs" telling you about their "real jobs" and how your profession isnt a "real job"?
Please tell me about it.
No, never. Everyone treats me like I'm some sort of powerful shaman or something who uses magic to work with computers, but that's mainly because I'm surrounded by computer-illiterate people.
As a person working outside computer related fields we used to complain about our IT a lot because they're lazy fucks.
I'm glad we switched from XP to centos, at least the computers shit the bed every two weeks
ANDROID KUCKS ON SUICIDE WATCH
Lets talk USB hubs /g/
How are Windows phones /g/?
Best way to learn c++ ? Also if you have methods or links (or any other stuff who can help). Ty /g/uys .
This is something that has always bugged me about linux. Where on windows, if I need a program but don't have access to internet, I can go somewhere with a usb drive and download an .exe. I can even do it from my phone. Linux on the other hand mostly uses package managers that rely on internet connectivity. Don't get me wrong, I like them and like the idea of a central repository. True, there is .deb and .rpm, but I've rarely had it where I didn't get some dependency complaint. So, whats linux's solution to this?
Yes, but having to hunt down depends and figure out where to put them is a little unweildy. I'm sure for some programs, including the depends would make the package pretty large.
>Internet of things
My father is having a bit of a problem with his new phone, he picked up a Galaxy S6 (was using some old Windows CE phone prior) and cannot figure out how to sync his desktop Outlook application with either his phone directly, or just sync his Outlook with his Google Account.
Now, it has to be Outlook, because he uses that for keeping his calendar and client contact details, and it has to at least be a once a day update as it does change fairly often.
Does anyone here know how to sync the device with Outlook, and maintain the sync automatically,...
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So Google just released their in house deep learning framework and everybody in the deep learning community is freaking out.
and on github:
So I've been unable to post using Appchan X for a while now. Captcha refuses to load.
What the hell is going on, /g/? Also, why the fuck is the captcha 5x times easier on Chrome than it is in Pale Moon? The fucking thing simply fails the road signs half the time.
Getting real tired of this shit, and might cave in to botnet because of it. Help.
They're purposefully doing something to force botnet upon everyone. I swear to god it's SO much easier to complete captcha in Chrome. There's no way it's a coincidence given how many captchas I've been solving.