>using a 13" laptop in 2017
what do you do on your workstations
I just had a power outage and now my computer is fried.
Press F to pay respects.
I recently had my Xbox one stolen while I was at work, any way I can track down a phone number, physical address, or persons name with a IP address that I have for it? They logged into my netflix and I copied the IP address. Any help is greatly appreciated people who steal need vigilanty justice.
Are there any decently priced printers out there that don't gouge you on new cartridges?
It's all a sham.
Get a Brother laser printer and high-yield toner and you're set for a while.
Stop giving monies to the InkJew.
The other option is to buy a good photo printer like a Canon Photo 100 and after market ink with tubes. But that's an ugly setup in general and the ink quality varies (it might smudge off the paper).
I think a law passed to allow 3rd parties to produce printer carts.
we should see /CSG/ alternatives soon enough because they work fast.
id expect ones for every common brand name like brother and hp.
I need a new computer chair
My budget is $150, preferably cheaper though
Pic related is what I found today in walmart, is it worth it? Anything better?
IPHONE 8 DESIGN CONFIRMED
IPHONE 8 DESIGN CONFIRMED
IPHONE 8 DESIGN CONFIRMED
This glyph is included inside the HomePod's firmware that Apple accidentally uploaded a few days ago.
also confirms infrared Face Unlock: https://twitter.com/stroughtonsmith/status/891841607728844801
>X399 DOES NOT SUPPORT NVME RAID AT ALL
>THEY FELL FOR THE POORIPPER MEME
How can you trust an OS that show ads in its website?
How can I trust an OS that shows ads in their file browser?
are you fucking serious?
>tfw you spend half your time thinking of good variable and function names
Is there a good rule of thumb I could use?
select the verb that matches the functions use
> describe the function in as little words as possible
example: for a function that returns an ip address "get-ipaddress", for a function that returns a bool if an ip address exists "test-ifup"
What programming language should I start off with? I want to program applications for mobile devices and websites. Just asking for your opinion.
You can only post in this thread if your OS is free of NSA kernel and NSA code
4MLinux (BusyBox) supported architecture: i386
Absolute Linux (based on Slackware) IceWM+ROX; supported architectures: i686, x86_64
aldOS (2) upstart init, eudev, ConsoleKit2; MATE desktop
Amazon Linux AMI Linux image provided by Amazon Web Services for use on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)
antiX Linux (based on Debian)
ArchBang (2) OpenRC
AUSTRUMI (based on Slackware)
Bedrock Linux (BusyBox/any)
Calculate Linux (based on Gentoo) using OpenRC
ConnochaetOS (based on Slackware+Salix)
Cromnix GNU/Linux (2) (based on Arch)
Cucumber Linux sysv init; xfce desktop
Dragora GNU/Linux Libre (runit init)
Dynebolic (based on Devuan) an FSF-approved distribution geared toward users engaged in multimedia production
Elive Linux Enlightenment
Endian Firewall (based on RHEL6)
Exe GNU/Linux (based on Devuan)
Funtoo Linux (based on Gentoo)
GNUinos (based on Devuan) a Libre distribution
GoboLinux sysv init + BootScripts
heads (based on Devuan) a Libre distribution, intended as a systemd-free alternative to Tails Linux
Kwort Linux (based on CRUX)
Legacy OS (renamed for 2016 release; previous name(2009): TEENpup)
Linux from Scratch
Liveslak aka Slackware Live Edition
MX Linux ships XFCE desktop; includes antiX remastering n persistence tools
NuTyX (based on Linux From Scratch)
Obarun (based on Arch Linux)
Openwall GNU/*/Linux (Owl)
OviOS Linux (Independent)
Pentoo (based on Gentoo)
Pisi Linux (sysvinit + python init scripts) x86_64
Plamo Linux (based on Slackware) japanese-language distro
Plop Linux PXE/liveboot, includes systemd rescue/repair tools
Porteus (Slackware based lightweight modular live CD/USB)
Porteus Kiosk (based on Gentoo) lightweight kiosk using BusyBox
PostX (based on Debian Jessie) OpenRC init, openbox wm
Quirky supports armhf
Redcore Linux (based on Gentoo) OpenRC or SysV init
Refracta (based on Devuan) i386, x86_64
SalentOS (based on Debian)
Salix (based on Slackware)
Simplicity Linux (based on Puppy Linux)
Slackel (based on Slackware+salix)
Slackware i586, s390, x86_64, arm
SliTaz (Lightweight live CD/USB using BusyBox/SysVinit) supported architectures:
Source Mage GNU/Linux (source-based distribution)
Spark Linux (based on Arch Linux) Arch Linux without systemd
Star Linux (based on Devuan)
Superb Mini Server (based on Slackware)
SystemRescueCd i586 (Gentoo/OpenRC based system rescue disk)
Tiny Core Linux,
TRIOS Mia OpenRC/ZFS forum (rolling release, based on Debian Jessie) XFCE, rEFInd, OpenRC init iso images)
Uplos32 (based on PCLinuxOS)
Vector Linux (based on Slackware)
Void Linux (runit, xbps)
wifislax (based on Slackware)
Zenwalk (based on Slackware)
**PCLinuxOS has a lot of non-free software. Probably has some high degree of NSA code
Fuguita (architecture: i386) Japanese, based on OpenBSD
MirBSD aka "MirOS BSD"
RaspBSD special build of FreeBSD (2016) for armhf
TrueOS* (formerly PC-BSD) supported architectures: Currently: x86_64 Forthcoming: arm, arm64.
Some BSD distros may be compromised by NSA. Free-BSD and TrueOS appears to be safe but we don't know
This is what a linustechtips video looks like after hundred of thousands on camera/video/lighting/editing equipment + several editors and a"professional" cameraman, at least he isn't yellow like in all of his previous videos right?
I hive you a hint, all those people weren't wearing purple.