What do you /g/entlemen think of the Galaxy Note 5?
as long as you dont NEED a removable battery or mSD storage, the Note5 is one of the best phones currently out, and has the best specs of any phone currently out.
If you want a phone you can root and throw custom ROMs onto however, this phone is not for you.
/g/ents are bound to bash it for touchwizz. It's still a mess, but if you can cope with the ocasional stutter (which seems to occur way less these days), then you have a great phone. Good battery life, tier 1 camera, good looks and feels, addons like multiwindow.
Skip if you need mSD or removable battery. (Tho it charges reaaaaallly fast)
Want to install linux distro on laptop and i would like to have atleast simillar battery life like i have on win 10 ( 7-8 hours) and i really like mac OS style so question is if i should install elementary OS or someting arch with xfce and spend whole life customizing
and i would like to have fully working touchpad and trackpad on my thinkpad with touchscreen as well
tldr fag want to have mac OS looking distro with high battery life and working everything
> not gonna buy rMBP
> not gonna install gentoo
>tfw potentially on my way to becoming a memester
I have this invention I want to launch on Kickstarter. I am certain that should it take off the media will make me into another clock-boy because "zomg a black guy invented something!!". I'm scared, I have enough enemies already.
guys I need some info.
I just got a VPN and I am able to bypass my ISP throttling.
My problem is my VPN block all the P2P traffic on US/AU servers.
Is there a way to bypass the VPN block on P2P?
Getting a new VPN is not an option because I have tested heaps and this one is the best I ever used.
Yes but there is no comparison with speed. My shitty ADSL is 8mb/s and with this VPN I get up to 27mb/s
I tried 5 others and all of them are not able to bypass my ISP throttling
Soup /g/, what's the best router in the $100-200 range for home use?
Just Gigabit Wi-Fi with 4+ ethernet ports that can be flashed with DD-WRT or similar so I can see who's hogging bandwidth and QoS muh gaymes. Also one that won't shit itself when there's a bunch of normies on the Wi-Fi using Facebook and Instagram.
Please can someone decrypt the following text?
What can vim do that Atom and the likes can't
vi/vim/vime is standard on every linux distro, is tiny, massively powerfull, and requires almost no resources to run.
Atom may be good but vim is a time-tested classic that people build their entire workflows around.
You don't need a window manager / X windows instance to run vim.
Any idea how to?
show us on the diagram where the bloat touched you anon
When are we gonna ban the word gaming on /g/?
How does one pirate Windows 7 in 2015? Is there some official Microsoft ISO I can download, then run some program to do KMS magic?
Asking here because I know I'll get an honest answer...
Is VIM worth learning rather than just sticking with an IDE?
It's a very powerful text editor, and you probably wouldn't regret learning how to use it.
However like anything else, what the fuck are you going to be using it for? Would I recommend my mother to learn Vim so that she can better edit all the text documents that she edits (which is none)?
It's good to know since it runs everywhere (gui, command line, ports for everything) and is highly configurable. That said, it's not everything people make it appear to be. If you just want a good text editor that you can use in a gui environment, Atom is really good.
hey /g/ i got round 5-6k to spend on a computer
here's what i got what do you think also
build a computer thread?
build a computer thread!
PCPartPicker part list: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/HZfLQ7
Price breakdown by merchant: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/HZfLQ7/by_merchant/
CPU: Intel Core i7-6700K 4.0GHz Quad-Core Processor ($366.89 @ OutletPC)
CPU Cooler: NZXT Kraken X61 106.1 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler ($119.99 @ B&H)
Motherboard: Asus Z170-DELUXE ATX LGA1151 Motherboard ($299.99 @ SuperBiiz)
Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4-2666 Memory ($288.99 @ Amazon)
Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (2 x 16GB)...
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can we now call this Qi/oErrors instead of Qstalledtorrent
I just switched from qbittorrent to rtorrent 'cause qbittorrent obviously had poor seeding performance, but the rtorrent cli freezes up when I'm downloading stuff, and I'm only seeding like 15 torrents with that one download active...
I know this might be a loaded question but what version of Linux (or UNIX) would you install to learn how the architecture of a Linux machine works?