So is OpenSUSE Leap stable yet? Last time I tried it was unpolished, buggy and crashy. Far from the "enterprise-grade" SLES it was derived from.
And is Tumbleweed's stability a meme? Is it actually usable for someone who just wants shit to work?
I'm buying 2. It's over anons.
Feel gud to be on the top of the overclocking game.
I need a mature/sane linux distro that works out of the box and is actively developed by a strong core of devs.
Any rising stars out there or distro's worth looking into? I have some understanding in *NIX based systems but am kinda out of the loop on developments and hype.
In return for solid advice, I can perhaps share experience or answer questions related to infosecurity. I am professionally engaged in the pentest field.
I don't know how Red Hat or the developers do it, but Fedora has always been a stupidly stable and shiny distro for me, despite aiming to be relatively bleeding-edge.
It's shiny and it works. And it's all I can ask from a distro.
Not sure if this is the right section but I'm in need of a bluetooth speaker for car use. I have an older American classic and a VW Fox without the optional radio. Don't want to waste money installing radios with bluetooth or USB connectivity so a speaker should be fine.
What's the one with the best sound quality?
This is the worst kind of marketing I have ever seen in my life. In no way is this indicative of a what a GPU does or why they are useful. It's just robots shooting paintballs.
Should have had the big robot have 1000 guns and have it do what the first robot did if they wanted to actually demonstrate anything.
I prefer nVidia but jesus fuck this demonstration is a catastrophe.
GPUs aren't used only for videogames, Nvidia specially has been focusin on servers and workstations since Fermi, all the Geforce cards used for video games are just the scraps that don't make the cut to be professional cards.
>GPUs aren't used only for videogames
I know that. I'm saying this demonstration doesn't even need a GPU to function. A CPU could have just the fire instruction to the 1000 guns and it would have worked basically the same with a slightly (milliseconds) higher time.
This isn't a good example of parallel processing.
>be happy with windows 7
>leave pc for 3 hours
>when i get back "wincuck 10 update at 70%"
>fk me been delaying it and this crap just auto updates
>wincuck 10 up and running
>settings > get windows 7 again
>it seems like your windows 7 wasn`t legit
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Are fans with built in temperature controllers a good idea if i don’t want to use a splitter, or some bulky and expensive controller?
what browser you using?
Why do you bully web devs? ;_;
Neets are mad that their magic C and fizz buzz will not let the leave basement and live on their own, while people with JS are making real money
>JS gives higher salaries
>So does prostitution
The thing is: you're not bullied, it's just that all these languages make it very easy to prototype stuff fast, which is great and all, the problem is when this kind of thing tries to make way into final products, it just makes it bloated as hell. Just like using an Arduino for a prototype, but never put it on a final product. You just don't control everything that is under the hood.
Coz I am stuck in a large corporation with no future, getting 20k less than a webdev without cs degree in some san fran basement in a startup.
Other than that, the majority are bad at programming.
Any reason to avoid using glass screen protectors with abmn AMOLED display? Considering one with new Nexus 6p
Hey dog I heard you like glass so we put glass on top of yo glass so you can touch glass while yo glass touches glass.
But in all seriousness its a meme and you don't want a bunch of glue on your display.
Looking for recommendations on a computer case for my next build.
full or mid tower with good cable management and a window
The obvious and popular choice would be either the Fractal Design Define R5 (if you want any drive bays) or Define S (if you don't), which is a reasonably-priced full tower with good cable management, an optional window, and good airflow and acoustic characteristics.
Not used one myself but I've seen a ton in the build threads and I'm seriously considering one for my next build (although I'd be getting the windowless one, because I prefer the extra noise damping to being able to see inside my PC).
show me 'em
hello here is my desktop
My Dad has a small SAP consulting company, and i am interested in also getting into this. He wont take me for serious until i start by myself and he can see results.
How can i get started educating myself about SAP?