This little bastard had me pulling my hair out
I want to host a server from my pc for a game, but the server won't show up in the 'server browser' in-game. This is because there are set IP values that are allowed to host a server.
Is there any way I can mask my IP into those just for the server application so it actually connects to the game?
what in the flying fuck are you even talking about. if you mean you cant host because region locked just use your vpn for the application. if you are talking NAT then you need to specify what is your network
>he doesn't use an iPhone with location tracking that updates your Facebook profile with a check in whenever you're in an area of note
>he doesn't have an automated emoji service that key logs and generates emojis based on your psych profile
>this psych profile is uploaded into the iCloud so if he loses his phone he doesn't have to worry about generating a new profile
What are you, some kind of pedo terrorist?
Just give up and get with the program, nerd.
>AMD releases a new GPU and it's a mediocre housefire
>Still sells out their entire stock to cryptominers because of raw FLOPS
even when AMD fucks up they make money this year, is this truly the year of AMD?
NVidia has no answer to the Radeon Pro SSG. They could fail to sell a single RX Vega and still make an impact with this.
>Featuring the same performance and features of the Radeon Pro WX 9100, the Radeon Pro SSG is the first graphics card to offer 2TB of graphics memory, enabling smooth, native 8K video editing in real-time. At Capsaicin SIGGRAPH, AMD demonstrated how the Radeon Pro SSG effortlessly scrubbed through raw 8K content in Adobe® Premiere® Pro providing near instantaneous access to any position in the video. The Radeon™ Pro SSG card empowers the editors to play back, manipulate, stitch and post-process raw 8K content as easily as today's 4K workflows and represents a fundamental shift in hardware for those who deal with big data sets. Leading ISVs are adapting their software to make the most of this next-generation architecture.
why do you guys worry so much about privacy when the cia can break through anything?
no type of encryption or os can save you
law enforcement in most areas have the jurisdiction to surveill your shit, which may be stored in one of their databases, which may not be secure and get hacked and thrown onto the common market and end up in corporate data storehouses and some day affect some weird corporate credit score
i have a feeling that you're uncertain about all this
Sup /g/ my homies
Imma dumb nigga
I no how 2 program in python n did sum machine learning wit scikit-learn
I wuld lik 2 move on 2 deep learning and tensor flow. Specifically image recognition with a convoluted neural network.
I'm currently reading the O'Reily book "Fundamentals of Deep Learning" but I would like to see a general discussion on deep learning and tensor flow.
What have people done? How did they learn it.
Can we have a discussion on deep learning my niqqa
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This seems like the most fitting board for this question. What's the best earbuds in your opinion? Im looking for fairly loud, noise isolating earbuds to replace my shitty, cheap Samsung ones that broke yesterday (pic related).
>The audience they tried to reach: Normies who want E-Mail on the go with low weight and small size
>The audience they actually reached: ???
I know a lot of you guys like Netbooks. So what do you use them for? Shitposting and Chinese Cartoons?
Bump. Been thinking about getting something like an HP Mini and installing a lightweight OS. What are some other good netbooks? Looking for something less than 11" for that /true/ netbook experience™
I was told by the person who installs all my PC parts, that for me to get a stronger PSU, I would need a new motherboard, because if I added any more power into it, it would fry it.
I can't seem to get too much of a solid answer out of Dr Google, and none of the people I know have the answer either.
Hey /g/, I'm looking for a good portable music player(never owned one before) for running and the like. Budget is ~50 eur.
I'm looking at the FiiO M3 but I don't think I'm getting it, even with a discount it's really pushing it in terms of price. Any recommendations?
pic unrelated, I think
What programming language fits these points:
Programs are as fast as C
Has generic programming
Has object-oriented programming
Is procedural and supports functional programming
Good standard library
Is supported by thousands of developers and used by hundreds of companies
Say my name.
How long could the average smartphone last if you kept replacing the screen and battery?
Just replaced my iphones screen and it got me thinking. Don't know if the whole "making old iphones slower with each ios" is a real thing that apple actually does, but say if I kept it on the same ios, how long until something nonreplaceable like the motherboard or the ram dies?
Thanks for Cirno pic.
Here's my Cirno Konsole for you in return
But, Apple has a tendency to ensure that new apps can't be installed on older phones, so I would say that it can FUNCTION for a few extra years, maybe even a total of 10-ish, but it would not be up-to-date anymore after like 2-3