I'm considering getting an Enthoo Pro for my PC case. It looks fine, but I've got some worries as to how to place the fans. Any opinions from previous owners?
I've got nearly every slot filled
I've got nearly all the hard drive bays filled, the 2 120mm fans are to keep airflow going
I'll be brief, I never learned how to touch type and feel pretty shitty for looking down at my keyboard.
What courses/programs do you recommend to learn?
Just look up from the keyboard
If you've been typing for any nonzero amount of time then you basically already know how to touch type, you're just not doing it out of habit.
the picture is not how i do it..
my best guess is that you should do this:
1. learn where all the keys are
2. start using only the middle row to create words like "fag" or "bass" and so on, get a feeling where your fingers are on the middle row and what fingers you want to use/feel most comfortable using
3. start using the top row next.. making combinations of top and middle row
4. start using bottom too
i dont know what the fuck this picture is about. i could never use my left ring finger to hit the x. it would kill my hand. i use my left pointer for the x actually, for example.
When you realised that modern flat UIs are shit?
Is there any good reason to learn how to use IBM i servers?
Are there any accurate, durable mouse (i.e. suitable for some gaming) that doesn't have LED lights?
I just don't want my mouse to scream "gaymer snacks, mountain dew, and fedora."
Can people who used both Arch and Gentoo compare these two distributions? Memes aside, I'm genuinely curious how they compare.
I've been using Arch for about 2 years and it's the only distribution I'm familiar with. My main reasons for using it are rolling release, minimal installation, pacman and AUR (the usual). I feel so comfortable with with pacman that it's probably the strongest reason for me to use Arch.
What benefits are there from using Gentoo? How long does all the compiling really take? Is compiling necessary every time you update the system? For someone who is already familiar with Linux, how difficult is it to get familiar with Gentoo?
As a bonus question, how come no one ever mentions Funtoo around here, since it's lead by Gentoo's creator? How does it compare to Gentoo?
When I say I'm familiar with Linux, I don't claim to know the ins and outs of the system. I'm familiar with the terminal and that's about it. I know more than the average Ubuntu user probably, but that's not much of an achievement. If anything, Arch has taught me how to troubleshoot problems that occasionally pop up.
I think "learning how Linux works" by installing Arch from the terminal is overselling it. It's just following instructions from wiki, that's all.
Gentoo is amazing. I can have multiple conflicting versions of packages, or 64 and 32 bit libraries at once. And it's all fine because the programs that depend on specific architectures or specific versions of programs are compiled from source, so portage just links them with the version it knows it depends on.
See https://devmanual.gentoo.org/general-concepts/slotting/ and https://www.gentoo.org/support/news-items/2015-03-28-true-multilib.html
If you've ever had to deal with dependency issues...
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I want to wear IEMs at work / out but I don't want to look like I'm wearing them. Any futuristic shit like this out there?
>get updates for years
>updates gimp device and cause issues after 2 years
>forced to update by the third year
>get 3 years of official updates
>get even longer unofficial updates that don't gimp your device
>older devices still running great
Marshmallow ran worse on my Nexus 5, but then I installed purity rom, performance was just as smooth, but battery life was better.
That's why I'll upgrade to this year's nexus, can't do that shit on windows phone or iPhone.
>updates dont slow down iphones much
2 rupees have been deposited in your loo Pajeet.
Between the SJWs and the megacorps the open Internet doesn't have long.
How will you be communicating with the Free Software Resistance after the lockdown?
Having trouble choosing one for my x220.
What does /g/ use?
>brand & capacity
>any additional hdd?
>are you satisfied?
>Falling for the 'memes are a bad thing' meme
What is the li/g/htest .CBR reader you ever used?
How is WINE not an emulator?
How retarded does someone have to be to do this?
Decent lightweight graphical browsers?
The neckbeard section should be right up your alley.
What did he mean by this?