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Why does my windows guest under proxmox show the real RAM usage thanks to virtio, but fails to free RAM to the host system? since if I htop I see constantly the full max RAM being reserved.
Is there any way to import all torznab links with categories directly to sonarr? or do I really have to go through like 40 links manually?
How much quieter are 5400rpm hard drives compared to 7200rpm drives?
>Big fixes and performance improvements
I want to get an extra hard drive for me to backup my anime and music.
I do not care about read/write speeds.
I only care about drive lifespan.
What models do you suggest?
Is there ANY reliable method for ad blocking on android?
Could the threadripper packaging be anymore retarded?
>His CPU packaging doesn't look like the Eye of Sauron
lmao look at this fag.
Yo, I have been given a chinese headphone amp, the valve in it has a good top end but the base sucks. It says it's an PCC85 but i doubt it really is. I don't know much about values so what can I replace it with for better sound?
One of the key machines in Home Depot running Windows 10
>Btrfs has been deprecated
>The Btrfs file system has been in Technology Preview state since the
>initial release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. Red Hat will not be
>moving Btrfs to a fully supported feature and it will be removed in
>a future major release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
>The Btrfs file system did receive numerous updates from the upstream
>in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4 and will remain available in the Red
>Hat Enterprise Linux 7 series. However, this is the last planned
>update to this feature.
A few days late, but added Ryzen 3. 1300X only, as the 1200 does not seem to be worth it, particularly for gaming-focused builds. How does this look?
>/g/ recommends HGST Ultrastar
>look up HGST Ultrastar
>billion different models
If /g/ recommends something, just do the opposite thing.
What's /g/'s thinkpad of choice?
For the superior pointer option.
Any of you still have a house phone? Why?
Is it safe to put your anime pics on google drive? Let's say some of them are varying degrees of lewd.
What's the best way to learn Programming, Networking, Security from the ground up??
>passed compTIA A+
>passed compTIA networking+
>passed compTIA security+
>passed compTIA linux+
>passed compTIA server+
>have associates and 4 credits from bachelors in comp sci
>probably(i think) could pass casp but haven't yet
>never had an actual job doing anything but helping others
>still don't know exactly how networks/security, or even computers in general, work on a fundamental level. i feel like i don't understand something basic, but don't know exactly what it is
with all the classes i've taken and all the books i've read i should understand more intuitively. what am i missing? is there a good place to go to start at the bottom? starting from learning everything about how computers and networks work. i've read a bunch of "basics" and "dummy" books but i feel like i need to be able to set everything up myself and build all the programs myself in order to really be able to understand
read the rest of OP. i've practiced plenty. doesn't help with what i'm looking for. it's kind of like a person who practices replacing hard drives or other components that go bad but still doesn't really understand what's inside or how they work
not worried about a job, really. i just want to fully understand what i'm doing. no one i ask even knows the answers to my questions. i want to know every in and out. how to build the hardware & software i'm using