How can i have 2 simultaneous audio audios playing at the same time?
This should be a simple thing to do these days with many people using multiple screens.
Im trying to watch a stream on one screen with the audio coming from the speakers and have a game on another screen with audio coming to the headphones. How can I do this simple thing?
I've switched from chrome to brave a day ago. It's actually good and not a piece of shit, basically stock chrome with adblocking/httpseverywhere/script blocking toggles. It seems you can't add exceptions to the filters so you just have to disable ads on something like pornhub for it to work.
Global intelligence agency Stratfor says that encryption is currently holding back efforts to fight terrorism. Should the US follow Australia's lead combating encryption? They are not above using torture and harassment to, as former president George Friedman puts it, see how the world works. I remind you that they have close ties to defense contractor Northrop Grumman and technology implemented by microwave technology company Litton.
The FOUNDER of Stratfor:
World LEADER in RNM:
"VP Counterterrorism and Corp Sec":
You can't ban math. Pic related is the pinnacle example of this.
why is it always a jew
>tfw too stupid and too much learning difficulties to get into linux and use it effectively
That's why you choose a distro and DE that meets your needs and with minimal terminal reliance.
There are a ton of them. The usual dummy questions have been answered on the various forums before so should you need to rely on something in the terminal you just copy and paste the command.
do you know how to solder processors /g/?
I bought the thing on amazon and totally forgot to check to see if has one. I can't find the exact model so I don't know
Who here hates this cringy faggot?
ME ME ME!!
My computer currently running a desktop with one 4GB ram stick. I plan on buying another . The problem is my friend told me it has to be the exact same model stick otherwise it won't work. Is that true or does it not matter as long as it's 4Gb?
Depending on your motherboard, RAM type, RAM speed, and the phase of the moon, it may or may not work. Sometimes it works but you get system instability. Sometimes you only get single channel memory speeds.
It's fucking ram, don't do stupid shit and it'll work. Though if the sticks can run at different speeds it will usually run at the slower speed of the two, or sometimes everything will break (depending on your mobo and shit).
If the speed and type matches up you can basically go nuts. Get three sticks of different sizes from different brands and enjoy your 6.5GB ram
A novice here asking a question. Skip the following paragraph if not interested in irrelevant backstory.
Long story short I got a laptop for university and decided to go balls deep and install a linux distro without trying it out on a VM. Firstly, tried ubuntu which was the worst decision in my life. Compatibility issues and overall disgust made me switch to something else. This time it was Linux Mint. I am very happy with the distro, it is perfectly compatible with my Dell Latitude, no errors, all keys responsive and the cinnamon DE looks great.
Now to the question. What is the actual purpose of the terminal for a normie user like me? I know you can access directories, create files, monitor stats and install software but you can do the exact same thing using software and package manager and navigate using a mouse and a keyboard.
As much as you want. If you are interested in scripting or ricing or whatever it becomes a necessary tool. It can be really fun and more efficient than guis by a mile (have to rename a bunch of files based on their previous names/md5s etc)
WTF?! I LOVE VEGA NOW!
Why do windows 10 users always get so triggered by linuxposters?
If you don't need your privacy why do you need to prove yourself Anon? Do you, may i dear to say it, have some dignity left that is... somewhat intruded?!?! :o
I use Linux for some stuff, Windows for other stuff. For me, it's because I know a guy who is an enthusiastic Linux advocate but he uses a smartphone and he has a Facebook. So really I guess I'm more angry at the hypocrisy of it all.
Can i get a quick rundown on Google Analytics? thinking about using it on my website but i don't trust google
What should I do with these 4 laptops before I through them away (btw there batteries don't work.)
I got this Oracle DB with a bunch of data connected to a Java Web Application, and a table with usernames and passwords. Unfortunately the passwords are hashed, I think...
Here's one of the passwords of the column:
As far as I know, it seems that Base64 to encode the password, because every single one have "=" or "==" at the end, this usually happens because of the padding mechanism in Base64. However, I couldn't encode this in a proper way (i.e: could not obtain original plain text).
Any help on this?
Best sources to teach myself to be efficient in linux as well as networking? What proficiency would you say I should be at in order to list them as skills on a resume?