Terry's on his pills again edition
Time to delete my FB account.
Facebook + POTUS is too much power for one person.
They are in for another rude awakening.
>yes, this is reasonable
>im just going to tether using my phone to download 600mb of drivers so I can use my ethernet-port
Why the fuck can't I turn this fucking button off? It shows up on every part of the UI including videos and I always accidentally press the fucking thing and it auto streams to my roommate's TV.
Or at the very least, why the fuck is there no dialog box asking if you're sure you want to cast?
You can't turn it off because it appears automatically for convenience.
A really solid solution for this problem is to set up your own WiFi network separate from your roommate's. No TV on the new network, no cast button.
Also for what it's worth I just tapped the button on my phone and it still asked whether I meant to connect to my Chromecast. Not sure why yours is automatic.
The TV has a YouTube app built into it and so it auto connects to any other YouTube app on the network. It's different from Chromecast so it doesn't ask at all, it just instantly streams and it's annoying as fuck.
Howd I do, /g/?
Why is the trend towards smaller screens a thing now?
It's hard as fuck to find a decent spec laptop with a 15" screen nowadays that doesn't cost upwards of 1K or more.
>what in the actual fuck!
Another fantastic thread by someone who knows nothing about technology. Gotta love the kids that post on /g/.
So, what's a good VPN with obfuscation feature that works on a mac?
VyprVPN doesn't seem to work on Sierra, VPNac doesn't work either, Nord VPN obfuscation sucks (every proxy detector ever detects it)
Where do I go from here anons?
Is stallman still our /g/uy?
why is bluetooth on linux always such an uphill battle
is it worth passing the time with suicide
I have a super nintendo and its got problems and on forums and the rest of the internet I've been told replacing capacitors can fix my problem. But these tiny silver ones have these letter and number combinations like 100-6a-16g when I look for those combinations on the internet I can't find anything. Do they represent the capacitance and voltage in some way?
The different capacitors are as follows
Anyone got any clues to how I can get my hands on some replacements? pic related they look busted so I'm hoping replacing them would fix my problems.
my Sega Genesis with Blast Processing doesn't have this problem
is there any software that can brute force an iphone 5s ios 7.x.x? i have an old phone thats jailbroken so it gives me unlimited tries.
post quality software
MOTHERBOARD: Asus - Z97-PRO(Wi-Fi ac) ATX LGA1150 Motherboard
CPU: Intel Core i7-4770K
GPU: ASUS GeForce GTX 1080 STRIX
RAM: Kingston - HyperX Beast 16GB DDR3-1866 Memory
PSU: EVGA - SuperNOVA G2 850W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply
HDD:Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB,
SSD: Crucial - MX100 256GB, Kingston 120gb SSD
CPU Cooler: Corsair H100I V2 w/ upgraded Noctua Fans
Case fans: 4xNoctua NF-A14 & 2xNoctua NF-A12
Asus disk drive
Asus Wifi Antenna
1200$ Good deal? The 1080 alone is worth 580-700 bucks new.
Is this an OK computer for non-gaming, everyday use?
Dell 780 Optiplex
>1 Terabyte Hard Drive
>Intel Core 2 Duo E7500
>8 Gigabytes RAM
People who use KDE, what system do you run it on?
I'm using KDE on Manjaro.
I tried KDE on different distros. This is my experience:
-Kubuntu: Decent, but doesn't have kio-gdrive (there's a plethora of problems associated with building it on Ubuntu)
-Fedora: Crashing every 30 goddamn seconds
-KDE Neon: Not as crashy as Fedora, still does break quite frequently
-openSUSE: Perhaps the second best but I had other problems (notifications not showing up at all with some programs, magnet links not working with Chromium...)
Manjaro gave me no headaches.