Where were you when gcc was kill?
How hard is it, if possible at all, to control someone's webcam? Or following someone's skype conversations? Is it possible to do this without legal consequences?
Background before you go all white knight on me: A hallway mate made me a promise that will change my life permanently when broken. Sadly there's a huge chance this will happen. If i would know when this person will break their word i can prepare myself for the consequences.
>A hallway mate made me a promise that will change my life permanently when broken. Sadly there's a huge chance this will happen. If i would know when this person will break their word i can prepare myself for the consequences.
Just go turn yourself in to the police, they know what to do with your pizza collection.
I built a computer back in '09 and have been using it for the last 7 years. I have an orignal i5-2500, 12 GB ram and a Radeon HD 5850.
It's been fine for playing games, since I haven't really been playing a new games since about 2012. But I have a bit of cash now and think it's time for an upgrade.
If I got a gtx 970, would that along with my current processor be able to run most new games? Or do I need to go all out and get new processor and everything else?
Why does /g/ dislike Nvidia graphics cards?
Am I a programmer yet? lol
Did you guys see this?
What does it mean?
whats the big deal here? my cam and mic are also covered with tape and i use thunderbid.
i think many people actually do that, and i dont know why hes suchca special case he gets all this attention because of this.
now that i think about it he might even reiqure that little extra layer of protection because hes passwords are so shit
and the hells wrong with that stupid goddamn nickname
its like hes asking to be called a cuck
Does /g/ like Ubuntu? I've been using it for a while now and I think it's pretty nice. It's powerful, but has a bit of a user-friendly touch. As long as you aren't using Unity, I'd say it's a pretty great distro.
>no way, a backup solution that doesn't suck donkeyballs!
>doesn't run on windows
Welp, it's back to searching. What do fellow /g/entlemen use? Amanda looks kinda alright...
Grub died so I can't get into it right now, but here's a screenfetch from a few days ago.
I'm getting a new workstation I'm gonna use as a server in a few days. Thinking of installing gentoo because I've always wanted to try it and stepping up a server won't be fun if it's too easy.
In doing some research I saw that gentoo has a hardened install. Anyone use it?
Wired has been shit for a while now, but the current front page was the last straw for me. Any decent alternatives out there with similar content categories?
If nobody is gonna start the next one, I'll do it.
Meme fan general
We know the hardest thing with enery is how to store it, so since solar output is at it's peak during the day when demand is low and vice versa demand is high during night when no sun is up, why don't they use the exeeding electricity during the day to divide hydrogen and oxygen from water, store hydrogen and burn it back into water during night to produce energy?
Same quantity of oxygen is produced when extracting hydr. than you need to burn it back into water
No CO2 emission
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Post your simple/small/stupid questions here
DO NOT BUMP, You are NOT entitled to an answer.
take at least 10 seconds to google first
>have three screens
>icons on main screen move to the other screens whenever I restart or wake the computer up from sleep
I know this is such an old thing but I can't seem to find a fix for it anywhere
anyone have any clue how to keep this from happening?
>tried to go bowling with my friends tonight
>bowling alley staff wouldn't provide the pinsetter's source code
>they don't even have access to the pinsetter's source code
>tfw the botnet wants to go bowling with me
>implying a website needs to respect anyone's freedoms but the owner's
>implying I have a recent botnetted CPU
>implying the internet's infrastructure needs to respect anyone's freedoms but the ISP's