Where do I get my own wifi cable?
I can't believe I need to ask for help over something so seemingly simple.
I want a browser (or plugin for a browser) that can delete all cookies on exit EXCEPT for domains on the EXCEPTION list. This is proving more difficult than it sounds.
I have tried...
Firefox: It's either all or nothing. It deletes all cookies on exit (even on the exception list) or keeps them until they expire or are manually cleared.
Chrome: I think my installation is fucked or something because it keeps all cookies (even sites not on the white list) despite the fact I have it set to clear all on exit.
Internet Explorer: No, just no. It doesn't even seem to have an exception list, anyway.
Opera: Behaves exactly as I want but the entire program looks like a big giant ad. Seems kinda ironic.
Edge: I automatically dismissed when I saw flash is either on or off with no click-to-start or white list option available.
I mostly want to do this because it sucks using multi-factor authentication constantly. I only use it for a few sites, like chase.com or coinbase.com. It's not so bad doing it every 30 days or when signing on from a new device... But every single god damn time sucks.
>Browser that clears all cookies but exceptions
This is exactly what I do on Firefox 54. In fact, 4chan is the only exception I use currently. I would be very surprised if Chromium doesn't allow it.
If you are having issues with setting it up natively on FF then you should look into using an addon.
>Linus Shill Tips builds a AMD Vega
wtf i like twink tech tips now
Is gentoo a dying distro?
Any alternative for mixtape.moe?
Thank you anon! and here i was expecting* non-helpful posts since it is spoonfeeding ;-)
>He spent 400 dollars in a monitor
>forgot to buy the anti-flicker model
enjoy your headache you autist
It's 100x worse than 60hz CRT flickering
So with the latest developments in Google land, I'm finally starting to de-Google my life.
>inb4 hurr choosing your technology based on identity politics
Sorry but I just can't support this sort of liberal fanaticism.
Below is a list of possible alternatives I could think of thus far, but one particular point proving difficult is the browser. What with both Google and Mozilla being eaten away by the "diversity" plague, what is left?
>Search: Startpage, DuckDuckGo
>Email: Airmail.cc courtesy of cock.li, and just interface it with Thunderbird or Mutt; alternatively pay and get Protonmail
>Browser: I'm lost here
>Maps: Open Street Map is quite good I hear, sometimes even more detailed than Google Maps
>Cloud storage: Roll my own with OwnCloud. Shouldn't be hard... Just need to read some guides and docs
>Contacts: Migrate to some form of CalDAV and host it with OwnCloud?
>Calendeering: the same.
>Sorry but I just can't support this sort of liberal fanaticism.
are you literally shaking?
Does /g/ have any experience with these new delivery systems? Seems tailor made for hikkis but I've never used it before.
I need help
So I bought a computer to build myself I got
Ryzen 5 1600x
I bought a TX3 evo cooler, couldn't get it to screw in threw it out.
Bought another cooler from coolmaster and it's too big for the case
And my motherboard is a miniature size so the cooler is touching the graphics card.
I'm binning the case, motherboard.
Can /g/ reccomend a case and a motherboard? thank you..
(I don't have a phone for pics I'm poor)
Really need to get this PC working ASAP because I'm three weeks into my semester at college and I'm using a fucking cafe to post this please
i don't usually come to /g/ because for the most part this stuff is beyond me
i was out for a jog today and found an iPhone 6s intact and in pretty good shape in the grass along the path. I decided to take it and be a good guy and try to contact the owner, but its locked and lacking any form of identification, and the SIM is from some no-plan provider.
What the fuck can I do with this?
Hey guys, I'm going to attempt on creating a triple boot for my Asus Vivo Book Flip, any guide recommendation? I'm going to create my three partitions first with Gparted, then install Windows, GNU/Linux and OSX at the end so I can install Clover.
I have some experience with Hackintosh btw but it can get really messy if OSX don't want to cooperate with the drivers.
It's breddy good for heavy duty scientific computing. If you work around a super computer, you will probably use it.
That being said, super computers are usually only used for research or government voodoo. If you're not part of that, it's probably a waste of your time.
sup nerds Is it possible to connect a router to a Ethernet cable connected to a password protected router to broadcast the signal without needing the original password? I do so with my t430 and was wondering if a dlink dir-815 router could replace my laptop in this process
What's better /g/?
1) Constantly plug in your phone/laptop/mouse so it charges and the battery level never drops below 50%
2) Charge only when the battery is almost dead and your phone/laptop/mouse complains about it and asks you to plug it in.
I've read conflicting reports about this. Not sure what's right.
old battery chemistries like nicad and nimh wanted full discharges or they developed a 'memory' where they would adapt to have only the small capacity demanded. You needed to let them discharge fully every cycle.
For Lithium-ion batteries the deeper the discharge the more stress you put on the internal structures, so keeping them plugged in is better.
I'm starting college next week for CCENT and numerous CISCO certificates, Linux etc and I don't know what to get. I have a Macbook from 2013, is that fine or should I get a thinkpad? Can someone who studied to become a network engineer in college recommend some good stuff