>wanna install a net for all the annoying flies and mosquitoes
>no linux support
Almost certainly will not support 100-series either
I was really looking forward to upgrading to an i5-8500 on my H110 mobo, guess I'll just go with a Ryzen 5.
What can we do to stop the bloatification of the web?
*blocks your path
>64gb+4gb of ram
>2730mAh (Pathetic) + 3490mAh TurboPower Moto Mod
>Free Moto Insta-Share Projector
>Moto Turbopower Pack
Is this /ourphone/ /g/?
No insta-share project for your kawaii anime
PSA: Amazon's Echo BOTNET can be breached by HACKERS!
at least we have gimp, r-right?
Does the use qt anime girl wallpapers correlate with programming skill?
THANK YOU BASED MOZILLA
NOW EVERYONE CAN BROWSE FASTER WITHOUT POORLY CODED ADD-ONS/EXTENSIONS SLOWING YOU DOWN
Where does /g/ get their technology news from?
>so many sjws
>NSA founded development
>400 different DEs
>complain about drivers
>complain about browsers
>complain about bootstrappers
>complain about composers
>complain about vidya
>complain about any type of software
>fights over loonix famous personalities
>Just upgraded Kernel on my work machine to 4.4
>Receiving the latest testing updates to my root filesystem and upgrade when I want.
Wouldn't have it any other way, desu.
Winfags only get one shitty compositor that they turn off to gain extra fps.
What is the best way to archive files for long term storage? Currently I'm using 7zip to compress and generating a 10% par file for recovery, then storing on hard drives. Just wondering if there is a better way to go about it.
How do you archive your important files?
RAR is still the best for this because it can generate multivolume archives with both a recovery record (for in-volume corruption) and recovery volumes (to replace missing or hopelessly damaged volumes) in a single step. It is proprietary, but it doesn't matter because the decoder source is available and you'll be able to compile it on any POSIX OS in the future.
Hire scribes to etch binary into stone slabs that are then sealed in pvc pipes put inside concrete tombs stored in nuclear proof bunkers.
Trying to access them whenever your system crashes is going to be a bitch but at least they'll last.
IBM IS BACK IN THE HARDWARE BUSINESS GUYS
Anyone getting no Captcha on Rapidgator free? On chrome and googling doesn't find much on it either.