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Old one was dying.

If I have these in dual channel: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231689
Would I be able to put these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231476&utm_medium=Email&nm_mc=EMC-IGNEFL112114&cm_mmc=EMC-IGNEFL112114-_-EMC-112114-Index-_-DesktopMemory-_-20231476-S1A6A in the second and fourth slots for another dual channel of 16GB without any problems? I'm not sure about the whole mixing RAM rules.
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Best GUI for wget on Ubuntu?
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>>45266001
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/cliget/
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I want to install windows on a vps that does not offer it. Normally to install unsupported OS, I boot a live environment, install qemu, and run iso, but windows is silly and throws everything and the kitchen sink on the iso making it too large for my budget vps ram.

Can dd do stdin/stdout? I think I could create my image in qemu, boot live environment, then do something like:

dd if=win_qemu.img of=stdout |ssh host "dd if=stdin of=/dev/sda1"
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If I have two 60W bulbs in my room installed next to each other, am I getting 120W of light in my room or just 60W?
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>Stupid question thread
>No Dwight

Faggot
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>>45266078

watts refers to the amount of energy the bulbs use. Light emission is lumens.
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>>45266078
120w of light energy being used but at a lower amperage
More light but not double the light.
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>>45266017
Yes, it can.

From Stackoverflow :
From remote :
dd if=/dev/sda | gzip -1 - | ssh [email protected] dd of=image.gz


From local :
ssh [email protected] "dd if=/dev/sda | gzip -1 -" | dd of=image.gz


I have a stupid question : I just put together my first computer, but it won't turn on, and when I plug it in, a light flow of air will come out of the PU and the front light blinks slowly. Does anybody knows what I did wrong ? Is it salvageable ?
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>>45266078
>or just 60W?
Looking at extremes is a good tool to solve these kind of problems.

imagine you had an array of 1 billion lightbulbs. Would you still get only 60W of light? obviously no. It would be very bright.
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>>45266102
but would it be billion times brighter?
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>>45266107
I doubt the increase is linear.
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>>45266107
no
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How do I recompile dwm in Ubuntu? I tried
cd usr/local/src/dwm-6.0 
Sudo make clean install

But it didn't work and came up with a bunch of errors that had "pango" in them.
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How do i focre my amd 290x to run an exe.
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>>45265914
Who the fuck starts a SQT with that image and starting with a question?

Kill yourself.
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>>45266126
you need to install the build deps. I forget the command.
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>>45266099
When I put together my computer but it wasn't working it was because I stabbed the mobo while installing the CPU and didn't notice it.
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>>45266160
Shit, I hope it's not that. Thnaks for your input
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>>45266078
even less. depends on the efficiency of the light source.
Normal light bulbs have around 12Lm/W or an efficiency of 5%. That would make 2*720Lm = 1440Lm at 120W.
Cheap Leds will give you around 85-100Lm/W
So a 20W led would give you way more output. But this is another story.

The 60W are mostly heat. so no. you won't get 60W light. You would get "3W light" and 57W heat.
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>>45266168
Forgot to mention that all the fans and lights worked while the mobo was damaged.
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When I do this in LaTeX:
\begin{description}
\item[First] The first item
\item[Second] The second item \\
Some extra info
\item[Third] The third etc
\end{description}


I don't get the newline text on the second item indented as expected; right below the "The second item" part. Instead it's kinda in between the "Second" and "The second item". Don't know who thought this was a good idea.

How do I fix this?
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>>45266099
Troubleshooting mobo's 101:

If you have a pcspeaker, install it so you can hear error codes. Sometimes the lights blink in error codes (like fast-short-short-fast), then google the error code. Sometimes it will also print messages if you connect a VGA monitor.

Remove everything, including ram and cpu and see if you get no cpu error. Put cpu in, see if you get no memory error. If you get neither, you are fucked.
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>>45265914

what's the best encryption to use for passwords
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>>45266149
Oh well the command I put in my previous post worked once. Now when I try it again it refuses to work and terminated the command
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>>45266188
Try \par insteqd of \\ not sure though
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>>45266201
encryption is bad m'kay
hash your passwords

The best hash is the strongest you can do without bottlenecking. If you are doing thousands of password checks a second, the best hash is different than if you are doing one hash an hour.

The strongest hash is one that never completes, so infinite rounds of sha256.
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>>45266234
Still the same.
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>>45266183
>>45266192
Thanks, I'm going to look it up.
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how to install program by using tar.gz, if there is no such a file called INSTALL?
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>>45266269
README or maybe the installation is described on the web page.
Does it have a CMakeLists file maybe?
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>>45266269
it depends. is there a makefile?

The most common way:
tar zxvf file.tar.gz
cd directoryitmade
./configure
make
make install


But there are a million possibilities. It could be using go-lang. It could be a script that doesn't need to be compiled.
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>>45266295
what is CMakeLists?

>>45266298
No, so I asked.

btw, what does"./" mean?
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>>45266251

im currently using sha1 for now.

i went on stack overflow and looked around and apparently using sha1, md5 and sha256 are all bad, apparently? they recommended bcrypt

I'm still a bit of a newbiefag to this so I was wondering which way i should go about.
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So I'm writing a game engine and attempting to manage resources. How do big engines deal with this sort of thing?

The obvious answer is an embedded database but a quick google search reveals that embedded databases aren't as popular as I would have imagined. Are they considered bad form?
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>>45266188
Pic related.

Seriously, who thought this was a good idea?
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>>45266349
A text file...
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>>45266349
>btw, what does"./" mean?

./ is the current directory. You use it to disambiguate a command from a file you want to execute. If you just type configure, it searches /bin,/sbin,et al for a command called configure. if you type ./configure, it executes the file called configure it the current directory.
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>>45266405
Tried with a few tricks now. Seems this is something hardcoded into the list structure, so it's futile to fix it.
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>>45266473
Ah, figured something out!

Put a bunch of tilde in the square brackets for \item then put in the description. What an awful solution though.
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I may not be in the right place to ask this question but fuck it:

If I go to the center of the living room, place a microphone there and place random bags of clothes, vynil records other crap around the microphone. will that reduce reverb?
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>>45266467
Is there any other way to install tarball files?
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>>45266630
The less surfaces that reflect sound the less reverb you'll get. Not sure if vinyl is the best choice though.
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>>45266673
a tarball is pretty much a zip file. There is no standard way.

if you post a link to the tarball you are trying to install, I can take a look at it.
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I want to upgrade my noisy hard drive with a ssd. So
>Samsung 840 EVO Basic 120GB
>Intel 530 Series 120GB
>Both are shit
Pick one
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>>45266630
But it in a porous object like a sponge (or buy a dedicated attachment).
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>>45266716
I want to install apache openoffice by tarball files
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>>45266721
Intel 530 has a sandforce controller, which is a know source of problems.
840 EVO has a firmware bug that you could fix with an update, but I'm not sure if it doesn't still have issues after that.

I'm currently in the same situation as you and I'm considering one of the Crucials (mx100, m500, m550) - they don't seem to have any reported issues with their (marvel) controllers.
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>>45266732
on what distro?
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>>45266721
Crucial MX100. Modern SSDs are so fast that I doubt you will notice any difference, unless you masturbate to benchmarks.
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When should I look into getting a new CPU cooler? Also, would it be better to get a new cooler or get a new CPU that might run at a lower temperature?

I built my PC recently, and I find that one some games my temperature with bounce above 70*C. I know that's not necessarily terrible, but I don't want to push it too hard. Just trying to see what my future options are. I am using the stock fan and one third party fan in the case at the moment. The case also has a couple fans of its own.
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>>45266751
debian wheezy amd64
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I've been thinking about building an htpc. I've got a 3570k in my desktop, so here's my dilemma:
If I build this thing, should I go lga 1150 because new shit, or build an 1155 system for muh processor intercompatibility?
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>>45266732
Why not from the repos?
Link to the tar file?
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>>45266732
https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/Building_Guide_AOO

the far easier solution is to install libreoffice via your package manager, use the deb file they provide, or use a third party ppa
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>>45266772
Whatever is cheaper, Its fucking HTPC, how often do you expect to need to upgrade it?
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>>45266784
oops, I forgot to check their wiki
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im making a pastebin clone

how do i store the pastes with a title and the code/text itself
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>>45266882
INSERT INTO pastes
(title, text) VALUES
(@title, @text)
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>>45266882
For every paste generate the shortest brainfuck program printing it and store that program's text.
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>>45266923

thanks this worked
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How good is Microsoft Security Essentials?

I heard it's replaced by Windows Defender in W8. How good is that one?

A couple of years ago I heard that MSSE is really good but now that I checked again, there's a lot of bad press about it.
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Is there anything harmful about leaving my graphics card's fan at 60-70% manually? During intensive games, I hardly see the fan go above 41% speed and it will run about 70°.
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>>45267069
Thats pretty normal. Increasing the fan speed would put more wear on the bearings but not really by anything significant.
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Anyone know where I can get an iso for Windows 7 enterprise 64bit service pack 1?

I can only find the trial version which doesn't have sp1, and I need sp1 to upgrade win7 pro sp1 to win7 enterprise sp1
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How do you launch Chatzilla in Pale Moon?

In Firefox it would add a button to the main application menu, but there's nothing there in Pale Moon, and yes it's definitely installed.
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>>45267090
download any win7 64bit iso and just change it to an enterprise one.
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>>45267090
74156937FD01AE84640982CE56C9F2AA83802757
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For a laptop with integrated graphics

Should I run Classic or Aero?
Which puts less stress on the processor?
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I'm looking for a turntable under $300 and didn't want to make a whole thread on it. Would a Stanton T.62 with a new Shure cartridge be better than say, an Audio Technica AT-LP120? I've heard when you replace the cartridge on the AT it will sound different.
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>>45267139
Classic is always faster
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>>45267117
I already have a key I'm just trying to change win7 pro sp1 to enterprise sp1 because I don't want to have to redownload all the drivers and change all the settings back
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>>45267026
Get Malewarebytes
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>>45267147
It's not a key, google it.
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>>45267155
ahh thanks
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How do I get chameleon to work with my 7750 without using another card?
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>>45267139
>>45267146
aero is gpu accelerated, so the CPU will be stressed less.
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>>45267202
He has integrated graphics, not a dedicated gpu.
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>>45267210
it's still a gpu
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What kind of internal database does Skyrim use?
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>>45267224
their own.
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>>45267235

Do you have any idea as to its structure? I'm making a game engine and I need some info on how to structure an application around an embedded database.
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>>45267194
pls halp
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>>45267256
Have you considered sqlite3?
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>>45267257
cosmetic damages are usually not under warranty.
after two weeks I wouldn't even try. you should have reported that immediately.
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how can i make it so that a program works and starts up and reads what ever info it wants from a usb flash drive but not edit or write anything on it .
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What grahics Card should I buy?
I want to spend around 150-200 bucks on it, but you can also recomend the one with the best bang for its buck.
I have the GeForce GTX 460 and want my games to run on high again
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>>45267235

Of course. Who else but Bethesda could perfect the eternally corrupting game?
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>>45267300
Mound it as readonly.
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If I used 2 GPUs can they be completely different?
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sup /g
there's a comp/network security thread up on this board but it feels dead and my q would probably be overlooked, but i'm doing a research paper on security for the software dev lifecycle and was wondering if you guys know:
> top 3 or 4 most used sdlc models
> any frameworks similar to microsoft's SDL?

any input would be appreciated. thnx g

>>45266371
yes look into bcrypt or scrypt. I haven't had much exposure to them so I don't know how they work but I read they're the better options to protect passwords
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>>45267562
Yeah, that's how lots of laptops work.
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With a phone charger: the part that connects to the wall and has a USB port is called an AC adapter?

Also does Samsung use a particular one or will using a different one slow down my charger?
What should I be concerned with, matching voltage or wattage?
Am I saying these correctly or am I giant stupid faggot?

Here is cute chinese cartoon to entice you to answer my questions quickly and thoroughly.
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If i open a hard drive (and expose the heads and platters to normal air) how big is the chance that it's fucked?
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>>45267656
99.99% sure it's fucked
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>>45267651
Any phone that charges off USB uses the same voltage. Lower wattage will just mean your phone will charge slower.
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>>45267651
use any micro usb cable on any usb wall socket
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>>45267656
very likely.
Some very old ones <10gb might work even when opened at normal air. Had a 8gb one with hole. worked some more months.
If it is a current one: 98% fucked.
If not dead immediately: after some hours it is.
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>>45267671
So if I buy a good, high wattage charger my phone will charge at super sonic speeds???

>>45267677
Yeah, just wondering if there will be differences
>usb wall socket
Is that the proper term for it? Or will no one will care like calling a 1/8th plug a "headphone jack"?
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>>45267695
I don't know how to call it in english, not my native language, but usb ac adapter sounds right
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>>45267695
The battery can only charge so fast without being damaged, your phone will have a charge controller that prevents it from charging too fast.
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>>45266188
\begin{description}
\item[First] The first item
\item[Second] The second item \\
\hspace{5mm}Some extra info
\item[Third] The third etc
\end{description}
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>>45267708
Good stuff.

>>45267716
Oh, that makes sense. Which explains the prong for temperature.

Thanks guys.
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>>45267695
>So if I buy a good, high wattage charger my phone will charge at super sonic speeds???
nop.
If the two data lines are shorted (common signal for take as much power as you want) it will charge fast. But not "super sonic speed". Normal usb standard is 500ma. Phones will charge at 1A at most. Some devices maybe 1.5A but everything >500ma is out of the usb standard
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>>45267721
I mean pin.
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Is the FX-6300 still a solid gaming chip moving forward? I was leaning towards an i3 but the recent problems games are having with dual core is giving me pause. I mainly play modded Skyrim and somewhat older games and they always benefit more from better single core power, and I'm not sure if it would be too weak for games like MGS5 or Witcher 3 coming out, so I'm not sure. Budget is around $550.
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>>45267695
The technical term is a compact switched-mode power supply.
>>45267656
Hard drives are already open to normal air, they are not hermetic, but they have filters. If you have a clear room you can open it with no problem (but you probably don't).
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>>45265914
What is the best way to download all the images in a thread? I remember DownThemAll needing a specific filter otherwise it would just download all the thumbnails instead of the original.
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>>45267651
>What should I be concerned with, matching voltage or wattage?
Amperage. You can safely use a higher amperage psu, the device will only draw as much as it needs.
Watt=volt*amp
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>>45267728
It's a little on the depreciated side, but it's still a good CPU
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>>45267455
i want to minimize wear on the drive.
does storing an app and launching the app from it read constantly from the drive. or does it just put everything on the ram the on the first startup and continue working with only the ram ?
note that i dont really know how programs work
also thoughts on how to stop viruses from entering the drive . does read only attribute suffice?
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>>45267764
>>45267764
>I remember DownThemAll needing a specific filter otherwise it would just download all the thumbnails instead of the original.
you mean clicking over a single tab in DTA? you are retarded
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>>45267812

What would you recommend for a budget CPU? I'm debating on if I should just grab a Wii U or something and build a PC next year when I can drop about $600-700 on it.
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What is a sys admin?
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So google books is a 500 MB app on my phone. Is this because it creates partitioned space for all the books it's going to download? Or will downloaded books be extra space?
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>>45267964
Jesus fuck
Do you already have a bunch of books on your phone and/or is google books trying to automatically download a bunch of them?
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Is it there a browser (or a plugin, or another mechanism) that allows the user to restrict access to his browsing history with a password, possibly encrypting the data?
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>>45268130
use a truecrypt container and store your browser profile in there
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ultrathin-20000mAh-Portable-External-Battery-Charger-Power-Bank-for-Cell-Phone-/281391674367?pt=US_Cell_Phone_PDA_Chargers&var=&hash=item41844033ff
do you fags think this is legit
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In Windows the skip rearm setting keep resting to 0 after restart so I can't rearm my system so it keeps getting flagged as not genuine.
How do I fix this?
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>>45267098
Bump
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Are there any working Digital Ocean promo codes still?
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XFX Nvidia 9800 GTX for $45, should I but it? Trying to build a PC at home, this will be my first part.
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>>45268407
outdated as fuck
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>>45268428
Oh well, the internet had it listed as retailing at 200ish so I was hoping it was a good deal.
Thanks Anon.
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Do I really need an A+ cert to get tech jobs? Will it just look better on an application?

The course seems extremely basic
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I've got a big collection of folders that are all named in the same pattern, "[group] release"
is there a way on Windows that I could rename every folder to "release [group]" without having to manually change each one?
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>>45268444
the card is from 2008, back then maybe, but today not so much.
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>>45267885
I highly suggest to inform yourself on what the fuck you are talking about instead of looking like an idiot.
What you just mentioned does not work with any of the 4chan script out there because it will download an additional thumbnail file PLUS the original file itself ie.
1416584225588.jpg AND 1416584225588s.jpg with the latter one being the thumbnail.
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>>45268448
No and no. I've not even heard of it, and they clearly wrote their own wikipedia article.

Nobody will expect you to have any kind of certifications unless you've been employed in the industry for years already.
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task manager won't open.

HALP
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>>45268444
Although, depending on what you need it for, you might could still use it. that's actually the same card I'm still using. I don't play much video games, but I get 60fps on CSGO
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Am I banned?
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>>45268030

I have a bunch in my online google play library but only one downloaded. I initially had quite a few downloaded and figured I had accidentally a bunch of PDFs so I deleted them all, but even after restarting my phone the amount of space taken up by google books i still 500megs
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>>45268503
One job wanted me to have a typing cert man, and A+ is well known where I am, what country are you in?
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Is there a better JDownloader alternative for Linux?

What's the best mass image manager for Linux?
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>>45268130
If you're sharing a Windows profile (which you shouldn't be doing), you could just run firefox.exe -p -no-remote and set a blank profile to default.
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>>45268534
Yes.
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>>45268535
I'm hoping to build something that will last for a while, so that I don't need to upgrade it for as long as possible, without worrying about what I can and can't run.

Are used PC parts ok? Is it a wise decision to look for parts on Craigslist, or should I just pay more and get it from a retailer?
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>>45265914
How do these threads work?
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>>45268593
They don't.
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>>45268593
ask stupid questions and get stupid answers
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I have a system that I use as a spare computer that I sometimes use for server-y things. I turn it off at night in an effort to save electricity/money.

For some reason, the server has stopped shutting down properly. Everything seems to close (from what I can tell), but the computer itself is still on. It didn't use to do this, and I figure something must be causing it to hang.

The method I'm using to shut the system down is by using a cronjob which I've set to fire systemctl poweroff (though I've tried other commands too)

How can I fix this, and where should I look for logs?

The system is running Arch, and I've tried upgrading several times, but nothing's fixed the problem...
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>>45268621
Did you try kicking it?
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>>45268621
Arch is not for servers or anything that needs to be reliable or useful. Install Debian Sid and use shutdown -P now
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>>45268652
Once or twice. The hammer didn't seem to fix the problem either. Nor the fist.
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>>45268676
To be honest, I'm not using it for anything important, it just seemed like the problems (like this) would be a good way to learn. I've got another server off-site which work is effectively paying for which is running Debian.

Good point however, I might consider changing when I get the time
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>>45268621
What happens when you directly issue a shutdown?
Read the journal, see what happens on shutdown.
Maybe something broke in the ACPI sub-system? Have you been making any hardware changes or changing BIOS/UEFI settings?
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I killed my PSU after a few months in the CM elite 130. I want to stay with an itx case but don't know which to get
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>>45268677
Did you try turning it off and back on?
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>>45268495
just use the fast filter
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>>45268714
Get a better PSU. Seasonic power supplies can tolerate heat.
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>>45266001
Why the fuck would you want a GUI for wget?
That would just make it harder to use, what's wrong with;

$ wget [option] <url>
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will there be a HTC One E8 in mini if yes it would be the perfect phone
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>>45268757
>Why the fuck would you want wget?
>That would just make it harder to use, what's wrong with;

>$ curl -o [option] <url>
FTFY
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>>45268198
NEone?
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>>45268712
Now you mention it, I did install an optical drive for ripping DVDs a while back... Potentially when this problem started occurring.
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>>45268799
Try with this device removed.
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Any good online resources for learning C#? Took a few codeacademy and khan acadamy classes for JS and Python, which were fun, but I'd like to branch into a language with more uses.
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Anyone using Bing Pong for some easy rewards? I can't figure out how to add an account, there just isn't an option on the webpage from what I can tell
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>>45268935
How exactly is C# a "language with more uses"?
Anyway, MSDN.
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Can anyone link me to a guide to partitioning the C drive in windows so the unused space can be used for another OS? I can't find a way to partition it. I guessed maybe using shrink volume would create something else but what it did, can't be edited.
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>>45268984
simply have some unallocated space on your disk
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>>45268983
I don't really know actually. Just kind of picked it at random.
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>>45269003
What do you mean? I've got loads. I want to install noobuntu but the installer doesn't have an option to partition so I can't do it then. Plus I wouldn't know if I'm losing unallocated space or my stuff.
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>>45268984
It's best to avoid fragmenting partitions. Before partitioning, you can tell MyDegrag to move everything to beginning of disk. If you're installing Ubuntu, you can just select "largest contiguous free space" during installation.

>>45269041
Ubuntu installer does have partitioning tools. Since you don't know how to use them, you should select one of the guided options.
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>>45268984
Use gparted. Remember to backup important data.
>>45269017
In either case, MSDN has a full tutorial plus reference for the most recent see sharp. I've been using it for learning.
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>>45269069
>Use gparted.
Thanks. Completely slipped my mind I can do this since it's a live install.
>>45269066
I have no idea what this is supposed to mean, but I'm pretty sure it doesn't answer the question.
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Pic related
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>>45269105
Ubuntu installer has a partitioning tool it puts in front of you. There is no way to miss it.
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I find it hard to believe that SSD pro's over regular HardDrive justify their price.

Why do people buy them? So that they can shave a couple of seconds when booting up and running some applications?
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>>45269123
>things only people who have never used an SSD say
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>>45269120
There is. I've just realized it so never mind. The problem is it doesn't recognize there's another operating system so there aren't the same options presented usually. They're greyed out.
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>>45269123
>>45269137
Came into the thread to ask something about ssd's:
If I install windows on an ssd but have a program installed on my hdd, does it in any way run faster?
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>>45266098
lol
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>>45269152
No, why would it?
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>>45269152
It may have dependencies on files stored on your OS drive so possibly
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>>45269177
because I have an limited understanding off SSD's and what >>45269180 said.
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>>45266174
>2024
>not having infrared vision
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>>45266078
Unless your place is heated with electricity uoi pay for, you really should replace them with LEDs or CFLs as soon as possible. The savings will dwarf the cost of incandescent bulbs, so you're not being frugal by waiting for them to burn out.
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>>45268984
Welp. Installer now crashes each time because there isn't enough space. Don't even get a chance to view the greyed out option to partition.
Insert it just werks TradeMark meme.
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Using Firefox.

I had DuckDuckGo set up as my default search engine. DDG has, among other things, an option to type something into the URL bar [search keys] and then finish with a sign indicating a specific site. I could type "Song yt!" and it would reroute to a search of youtube. "event w!" would search wikipedia. "picture gi!" would google image search picture, "whatever g!" would regular-search whatever.

This has abruptly stopped working, and I have no idea why. Anyone got a clue?
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>>45269334
Clarification; the - yt! suffix doesn't work. Everything else continues to function.
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If I stick my Windows 7 install disc into my laptop that has Windows 8 pre-installed, what will happen?
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>>45269367
Try !yt and have it before the search term instead of after. Everything still works for me and I've got the latest version.
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>>45269373
it would be extremely painful
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How stupid would it be to nmap my whole university's ip range?
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>>45266377
Don't really know but look into it, it probably is some weird shit you could never figure on your own
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>>45269433
Just use some shell/VPS.
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best terminal emulator?
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>>45269417
That does work. Now I'm very confused.

Thank you for the work around, regardless.
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>>45269476
Termite.
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What was that windows program to check your drive's status and had a version with an anime girl?
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When is it worth it to go with a console instead of a PC?

I've got about $530 to spend on a build and the best I can do is a Haswell i3 + an R9 280. Will that be able to handle titles coming out next year with better than console visuals/framerates at 1080p? I really want to play MGSV specifically but I don't know if I should just give in and grab a PS4 if it's going to run like shit on a budget build.
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>>45269476
On GNU/Linux, I like gnome-terminal
on Windows, Cygwin/mintty
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>>45268748
It was a seasonic platinum 760. There is no better psu
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>>45269522
CrystalDiskInfo, but GSmartControl is better because it doesn't have that weeaboo shit so it can be used in view of coworkers.
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>>45269476
i use guake and terminator
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>>45269550
Thanks.
Also it has a version without the anime
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>>45265914
Is there a way to stop youtube loading with that stupid red bar at the top of the page?

the delay bothers me and it fails to change the video title, meaning if i first watch "Install Gentoo" and then click to watch a speech by stallman, the URL title and history are kept as "Install Gentoo" and the back button will change the URL, but not reload the video, leaving me on the stallman speech.

i have youtube centre installed. is there an option to disable this in that?

the only workaround i currently have is opening everything in a new tab.
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what's a smart way to partition your /home out? just in case I want to change distros...

also, for some reason I can't use the GUI to create folders, which doesn't matter unless I'm choosing which folder to download into. I think it's a permissions error, how would I make it so I don't have to authenticate to create folders and shit? is it just chown -R /home ? Is that a bad idea?
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What's a good replacement for Gnome native time app?
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How do I stop Google Docs Spreadsheet from scrolling by cell? I have rather large cells and this instantaneous jumping is starting to get annoying
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My desktop is pretty fucking outdated.

My understanding is that if I get a new CPU I have to reinstall windows. Am I correct in thinking that doing so qill require me to re-install most if not all of my shit, even the stuff that is installed on different hard drive, since there is still likely dependent stuff on windows from their instllations? Or can I simply copy everything on C:, paste in in the new drive, and then everything that was installed on the other hard drive will still function?
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Just did a fresh install of Windows 8.1 on my new ssd. I'm using my TV as second monitor (left), it's set to 1920x1080, however when I slide a window from my normal monitor (right screen) to my TV it looks like the window is much lower resolution (see the screenshot).

When I move the window back to my monitor it turns back to normal. Installed latest GPU drivers + Catalyst control center for my HD5770
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>>45269995
not really a fix but maybe a workaround
inset a blank row of normal sized cells before the large cells
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>>45270065
check overscan settings
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forgot pic..

If I set my monitor and TV as AMD as 1 screen using eyefinity, it shows everything in normal resolutions
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>>45270061
no

do you mean a new computer, or a new CPU? those are two very different things. If you're swapping out a part, as long as you put it in right, you should boot up just fine. If you're throwing the whole box out, you can swap the hard drive in your current computer with the new one, but that comes with driver issues. If you got a new computer, you should reinstall.
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>>45270077

ehh. that would ruin the pace of the spreadsheet. I don't want a bunch of unnecessary cells just sitting there unused
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>>45270098
display settings
change the size of all items
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>>45270149
This fixed it thanks!
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>>45270061

>I get a new CPU I have to reinstall windows

not at all

the OS is stored on the hard drive son. as long you don't touch that no need to re install
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>>45270061
I assume you will be upgrading both CPU and motherboard if your pc is that old.
you don't have to reinstall the OS at all if you use sysprep (though you will need to reactivate Windows)
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>>45270338
According to Microsoft, sysprep should not be used with old installations. Can it break things?
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>>45270061
The Windows license is tied to the motherboard. If you replace only the CPU, nothing needs to be done.
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>>45270119
>>45270270
>>45270338
>>45270411
I would be pretty much replacing everything but the hard drives. CPU, Mobo, PSU, GPU, the case, everything.

It's really, really outdated.
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If you were to want to find the average of 3+2+1+0, would you divide by 4 or by 3?
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>>45270474
are the hard drives IDE?
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>>45270497
divide by do your own homework
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>>45270511
but im practicing python scripts and i am psyching myself out i swear
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What programming language is The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth written in? How would I go about making a mod for it?
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>>45270507
I don't know what IDE so maybe? Windows is on a SSD, some of my programs and shit is on there but not a lot, I install most of my shit to a HDD, i'm mainly concerned about making sure that the programs installed on the HDD won't fuck up even if I copy the dependent files on the SSD to the new one.
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>>45265914
Two relatively simple questions:

Can somebody bring me up to speed on systemd and why it's bad?

Why is BSD bad for desktops? I ask because I've got a BSD based server that I was thinking of installing a VM on for Steam streaming with VGA passthrough and I'm curious as to how much being based on BSD would fuck me up.
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How important is do windows updates every now and then? its been 7 months since i did the last update.

Would it affect the perfomance of my computer talking about this is a cracked toaster?
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>>45270543
Mods are usually only made for games for which the developer has made a mod api. You have access to only a compiled binary and not the source code, so the language in which it was written is irrelevant to you.
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>>45270567

if your hard drive looks like this it's an IDE drive and you are going to want to get a new one and transfer all of your files over. New mobos don't support IDE anymore
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>>45270598
It doesn't matter much if you're just on your home LAN, assuming you're behind a router/switch/firewall box and not connected directly to a bare modem. I usually install updates when I have another reason to reboot.
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is there an easy way to make a deep-freeze style virtualbox?

im installing windows and i plan on installing a bunch of adware for a series of videos, but i would like to be able to easily reset it without actually reinstalling everytime
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>>45270616

would help if i didn't forget the image
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>>45270543
C, lots of decompiling and reverse engineering work
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>>45270497
why not 4? its 4 numbers, i don't get why you would do by 3
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>>45270635
make a clone of the clean host and use that clone to do the adware testing
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>>45270632
Then is just a waste of time for me, thanks for the information.
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Should I install GApps with Cyanogenmod or not?
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>>45270648
damn

I don't even know how to compile, never mind decompile and reverse engineer

I still want to try though, I have a lot of cool ideas that I want to see in the game. I can't sprite either.

is it hopeless?
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>>45270636
>>45270616
I don't think it is, pretty sure it's SATA.

The machine is old, but not ancient. It was built in maybe 2010 or 2011 for me?
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I'm Canadian, newegg doesn't ship to Canada :(

Any better alternatives? I want to take advantage of any sales this weekend to build a PC.
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what GPU should I get to max out games at 1366x 768 or get very high graphics settings
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>>45270784
>newegg doesn't ship to Canada :(


Really? Like at all? Didn't know that.

Try NCIX. I think they're based in Canada.
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>>45270732
Ideas are worthless. Vidya is all about execution. If you were good at programming, you could contribute to some actual roguelikes.
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>>45270732
If you want to do it then learn, don't expect to half-ass things.
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>>45270798
You should get a different monitor first.
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>>45270928
too poor
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>>45270903
What are some goo resources for learning how to code in C? Does the DPT have some good stuff?
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Cheap place/way to get O-ring dampeners(0.2mm) for a mechanical keyboard?
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I have a gtx460 and 8 gb memory
Should I upgrade to 970 first or up my ram? or maybe my monitor? Basically im unsure of the order for upgrading. I can record alright but when it comes to live streaming it gets choppy
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Using #!

When I try and login I get "failed to execute login command" and then it restarts.

Googled. Suggestion (http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?t=80551) said to purge slim. I did that via root in Recovery Mode and can't apt-get slim because I'm guessing recovery mode doesn't connect to the internet.

Following another suggestion, (http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=22093&p=1) I want to:
>Boot into rescue mode, then create a home directory for your user. It's not made yet for some reason. Then create a .xinitrc file in your directory and add exec openbox-session (if using openbox). Reboot and it should let you login now.
But don't know how to create a home director for my user.

Any help appreciated.
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>>45271073
You didnt state a resolution, so I dont know about your monitor but you definitely have enough RAM.

For streaming you would need a good CPU GPU combo, I'd say go for GPU first then CPU. then if you really feel like it get a secondary monitor.
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Maybe this is out of the scope of a stupid question thread but I've got DD-WRT on my router now, what can I do with it (i.e. that I couldn't do before?)?
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Best thinkpad to run league of legends?
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>>45271131
Doesn't League run on anything?
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>>45271120
If you didn't know what you would be doing with it, then why did you buy it?

>>45271131
Literally any Thinkpad ever can run it. Buy whatever is in your price range.
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>>45271141
No, I've had this router for years sitting around gathering dust, I was about to throw it out when I started getting into learning about DNSSEC and similar shit.
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>>45271112
i bought a fan to lower temperature but other than that nothing much has changed since i looked at it. just issues where i need a graphics upgrade and the option to stream at least 720 smoothly would be nice.

waiting on black friday before i start buying things
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>>45271181
I thought you said you had 8GB RAM?

Anyway regardless go for GPU, CPU, RAM.

And in the end if you want to stream you need good upload speeds.

Do the (extrememly) rough Speedtest.net test to see if you have a decent upload speed. (15mb+)
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I have two laptops, one hdd and one ssd.

Laptop #1 I bought years back and it came with windows 7 installed. Laptop #2 I bought a month ago and it came with no OS, and a HDD.

Laptop #1's harddrive died, so I bought an ssd and installed w7 onto it using the code on the laptop. That laptop died now, but I have the SSD with w7 on it still.

I want to put arch on the SSD to use in laptop #2 and move w7 to the HDD. I'm a cheap bastard and don't want to lose the w7 license.

Is there any way to do this now that I don't have Laptop/mobo #1 that came with the w7 license?
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>>45270993
come on man, there is a sticky thread in this same board with the answer to that, plus there is always an ongoing thread with that question
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>>45271247
so basically just go to he DPT? alright then
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Suppose I set up a time for auto-booting from my BIOS. If the computer is already on at that time does it reboot or just do nothing?
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>>45265914
the rules of mixing RAM are that, yes you can do it as long as they're nearly the same, but it's a bit counter productive as all of the RAM will always run as slow as the slowest module. RAM manufacturers also recommend against adding any additional RAM alongside existing RAM, even if it's the exact same RAM from the same factory with the same part numbers. i've got no explanation for that.

http://www.lifehacker.com.au/2010/07/what-are-the-rules-on-mixing-two-different-types-of-ram/

so you can go ahead and do it if you want to be lazy and save time/money. it will work just fine, but if it were me i'd pick up a brand new 2x8 16GB kit black friday/cyber monday, and hock the old 8GB kit on ebay.

i bet you listened to the idiots in build threads who try to flaunt their terrible working knowledge of computers by telling you to go for cheaper RAM kits claiming you could just add more RAM later. always do opposite of what /g/ says.
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whats a good desk mat
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Hi /g/,

I have a 2010 MBP with Yosemite on it and lately it's been really slow. Now at first I thought, oh it must be all the torrents/downloads I have so I did factory wipe and deleted everything on it.

At first it ran a little smoother but, again, it started to feel real sluggish. Last night I kept getting the rainbow wheel of death for almost anything I did, even a simple task such as opening a new tab on Chrome.

Now I don't really do much on it but surf the internet, some torrents here and there and play Football Manager 2014 (/sp/fag here)

I've ran two different anti/malware/virus removers and no viruses seem to be on it. I've also used Onyx to try and clean it up/purge the memory on it and no avail.

Now I get muh planned obsoleteism but really, this MBP is not all that old (4 years) but I'm just starting to think of getting a new laptop this upcoming black friday if I don't figure something out to speed this MBP.

Any suggestions /g/? Greatly appreciated

>inb4 macfag etc etc

it was a gift from my parents when I got into uni nearly four years ago. Pic of hardware guts
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>>45271074
How does one
>Add a slim file to "etc/pam.d/" copy the gdm 2 file - that works fine. But make sure it has the lines

I don't have a slim file in /etc/slim.conf
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why is prog dead and where did it go? :(
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>>45271738
>play Football Manager 2014 (/sp/fag here)
Nope... you are just a normal cock-sucking fag.
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>>45271299
DPT is filled with people showing off and barely anything of value
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So I am trying to compile C code on geany where I have main.c, functions.c and functions.h. So what I do in main.c is #include "functions.h" but I get compile errors when i try to call functions in main from that header file. what the hell am i doing wrong
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>>45270784
newegg.ca
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Googled the shit out of this and can't find anything relating directly to the package I'm compiling.
I've been following the LFS book to the letter and haven't had a single problem so far, so I'm stumped on what to do.
So... what do?
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>>45266160
>I stabbed the mobo while installing the CPU and didn't notice it.

Damn, how do you even manage that?

I had my screwdriver slip and hit my motherboard a few times while installing my cooler before, but never hard enough to actually destroy the thing.
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what would be the best 16 GB ram for a laptop?

I need it for large format image editing.

also, when would be the best time to find a good deal on it.
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I can't access any .onion pages with Tor Browser and I have no idea why.

Any ideas?
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>>45271914
okay, now that that has been established, could you help me out?
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>>45272189
Even 8GB is more than enough. Usually I just get Kingston or whatever is the OEM for ThinkPads.

By the way, don't use Kingston RAM on desktops. Just don't.
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How do i make webms?
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Is there a good mini player skin for Foobar? Something that shows the album artwork plus the Title/Album/Artist/Year?
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Best laptop for 700€?
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>>45272580
Would this work?:
https://github.com/WebMBro/WebMConverter
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>>45272189

>large format
>aps-c cameras with 24 MP
>'full frame' with 36 MP

so do tell what medium format hasseblad or phase one backs you're editing photos from? working with such expensive MEDIUM FORMAT camera bodies and you don't know jack shit about how much ram you need to run LR/PS.

You've got bigger issues.
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I'm using Lollipop on my Nexus 5 right now and installed F-Droid but when I open it it does not display any apps. What do?
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Haha that is a stupid question
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Does Gnome actually reliably encrypt the contents of the "home" partition every time I log off?
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I'm a complete n00b in graphic boards.

Can someone give me something that introduces me in this thing? Something like: The main vendors and the main series of boards, the most important details, etc...
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>MEDIUM FORMAT camera bodies
Thank God you corrected him, clueless dumbfuck.
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>>45272772
>medium format = large format
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>>45273344

guns, rifles, pistols, knowing technical things is important.

if the fucker said he needed to edit 10 or 20 MP images or 60 mp images we could have better answered his question.

the idea of editing huge photos on a laptop screen as tiny as they are really bugs the fuck out of me. if you an afford to carry around any significant dslr/lenses, lighting equpiment etc, bringing along a big ass monitor and proper pc for studio shooting isn't far out of the question.

unless you're some art school mac fag who thinks mac laptops are god tier 18-55's are good enough.
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given that in the description of every single Intel chipset which supports ddr3L is said "supports only ddr3L up to 1600MHz" why do ddr3L with 1866 and 2166MHz even exist?
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best video player for windows 8.1? potplayer still or something else? and music player w/ scrobbling?

something easy please
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Since I got an AMD Athlon-type desktop for gratis and this Netgear USB wifi adapter refuses to just werk despite the drivers being in the kernel, how would I go about leeching the wifi from my Toshiba shitbook? Both machines running a kind of Debian-based Linux distro.
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I recently purchased an X4 760K, which says it does not have integrated graphics. How am I supposed to see what the hell I'm doing before I install my graphics drivers then?
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>>45273414
You missed the point.

Large format is commercially available in film only, and the scanned files are really, really huge.
Over 1GB huge.
And could be like 400 megapixels or something, depends on scanner.

Of course, not all of this is actual resolution, but still the files that need to be processed and then cleaned for "redundant" pixels that aren't actual resolution, are massive.

>the idea of editing huge photos on a laptop screen as tiny as they are really bugs the fuck out of me
Agreed on that though, if it's for serious work.
Quick and dirty edits, proofing, etc., is alright though.
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Anyone here ever had mpd hanging your music?
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Well, stupid questions then.

Are there any mice other than the RAT series that have a horizontal thumb scroll wheel? After a few years I've gotten too used to having it.
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>>45273504

funny you think i don't know large format exists or something, niggers were shooting large format slides decades ago. i work with these oldfags, they're cool.

i seriously doubt said guy is into shooting large format and scanning and editing on a laptop but it's possible.

we can be /p/ all night and talk about how larger film/sensor size gives shallower DOF and allows you to use longer focal lengths for a given framing of a subject, but i see little desire for shooting large format in the age of plebs claiming iphones are good enough.
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What is some good forensic analysis software for video and image files?
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qbittorrent slows my internet connection even when I'm not downloading anything.
Does this happen in all torrent clients?
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>>45273673
Film scanners just produce monster files.

For instance, a 3600dpi scan of a 35mm frame, ~16megapixels, is a ~60MB uncompressed .tiff

Let alone bigger negatives.

>but i see little desire for shooting large format in the age of plebs claiming iphones are good enough.
Meh, true.
People don't print anymore, they view everything online.
LF really comes to life (and any photo actually) when printed on good paper by a master printer.
Preferably big, for lf.
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how is the subscribe list sorted???

- it's not sorted by subscribe-by date
- it's not alphabetical obviously!
- it's not by most recently updated either

i don't really care that much but i'd rather that it had some logical ordering
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>>45273932

i know man, i love getting big prints done, all clients want are fucking 800x facebook sized shit.
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I need to buy a SD card for my phone. MicroSD or regular SD? Which are the drawbacks of each one? Which brand? Which size has offers the best storage/price ratio? Which Class has the best speed/price without cogging the device while browsing or recording video?

Thanks in advance. The wikia has nothing in this regard and I don't want to overthink this issue.
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>>45273977
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>>45274043
ah thanks, that default option made no sense
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>>45274025

Since the SD card is for a phone you'd need a microSD. There aren't really any drawbacks with either except regular SD's tend to have higher capacities. As for class, the higher the better. I recommend a class 10 SD card especially if you plan on recording any video to it. Just buy the cheapest SD you can. If you need a brand just go with Sandisk.
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>>45274076
Checked my phone (I should have done that before...). You are totally right about the microSD. I'll look for Sandisk Class 10 and check the best GB/price I can find.

Unless somebody recommends some other brand.

Thanks for the quick reply.
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Is there anywhere you can download an ISO image of Windows 7 that has the windows updates slipstreamed into it? I know you can make them yourself but was wondering if there any pre-made ones around with mostly recent updates integrated. My install disc is old (pre-SP1) and will come with a gazillion windows updates after install.
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what usb network adapter should i get
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>>45274260
The best you'll get are images with SP1 already installed. Stick "digital river" in your searches and you should find some links
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Is there something like Bluestacks but for iOS, not android?
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if I have a sata2 computer from 2008 ish is there any reason why I can't put a new sata3 6tb hdd in it?
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Can someone direct me to a page or tell me how to log in as a linux user from my ubuntu live cd? i can't boot and I'm using the livecd. I want to log in as my normal user account and run some commands. I've mounted my HDD.
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I have a no service iphone I found, is there anything i can do with it?
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>>45274396

Yeah, I found those. I was hoping I could find something with more of the recent updates integrated but this will have to do.
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