Please help me out /g/ this shit is fucking killing me. So since last week I've been unable to download anything over 50mb from the playstore. at this point I can't even update my fucking apps. I legit need help.
Okay /g/, I was wondering about something you might be helpful in this type of situation, currently I'm a pretty decent web developer (Node.JS) and mobile developer, both Android and iOS, I have a well paying job and I live a nice life, but I live in a third world country and things are not so good around here, I've been thinking about traveling to Germany to work and live there permanently, but I'm not sure if my current skill set will be enough for me to travel, I have no computer science background and I Studied agricultural Engineering in college, but I've been working as a developer for a few years now. What do you think I need to learn in order to be able to apply for jobs there? Or will my current skill set be able to find me a job there?
Is Nvidia making Tesla graphs now?
so windows 7 is the last good windows right? everything past that is a "service" that requires updates?
i need soundforge
For roughly a week there have been multiple Apple shills posting in literally every thread to brag about the "premium experience" or shitting on android with retarded arguments. I know there were probably baiters but the shilling is real and getting out of control. This is fucking /g/ not a tumblr for Redditors or hipsters
I made qtchan to replace my web browser experience for 4chan; is anyone interested?
Will windows ever seriously compete with Mac?
Currently the only reason to go with windows (barring some particular work reason) is if you're poor.
Apple is the only premium computer.
"the only reason"
Thats a really poor choice of words, all you need is for someone to give another reason and your argument collapses, its really poor form and i expect better from bait threads.
>Windows is a computer operating system
>A Mac is a personal computer
They are not the same things, and they are not in competition with each other since they are not the same things.
>fucking stupid people will be the death of us all
VPNs. Which VPN providers are not botnet, /g/?
>Tor is too slow
Tor is best! But not practical for modern data consumption trends. Which means we must put our faith in VPN providers, /g/.
Does anyone have any experience with any particular VPN providers?
I fucked around and paid monthly for Cyberghost and it was nice and easy to use, kind of a pain to set it up on linux but they have an instruction page. Had a solid amount of countries to choose from and not a crazy amount of traffic at night (USA). All in all i dug it. 10/10. Plus, paying monthly you can add your phone to the mix
My Linux showed that my machine has established an SSH connection with an Chinese address. What the fuck?
Is my machine hacked?
How to I stop that?
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I've been thinking about making a GNU/Linux distro. I could go Debian, but a Debian-based distro has been done by everyone and their mother; plus I don't really want to make "just another shitty debian derivative". I looked at OpenSUSE's YaST and while it looked the easiest, it seems neglected. I imagine there should be some tools to help with creating a derivative that's done somewhat properly, KISS and all that, rather than me distributing some shitty virtual machine image that everyone else could only log into with the username that I set once.
What I'm looking for is something
>good hardware support without modifications
>not too prohibitive for me to strip bundled software out of and replace
>will get out of the way on updates and let me get out of the way.
>will get some packages from my server, but otherwise use base distro's default (ie. Salix or whatever I choose as base)
Preferably not too much maintainence on my side. Although when it updates, I would still like it to:
>request (from my server) and show a message/prompt if necessary before letting the like 2 users who might actually use this upgrade
>request list (from my server) of packages to skip upgrades for (from base distro's server) and obey it, but allow overriding from the user end
So I'm considering something Slackware-based, but not directly. I looked at Salix, Zenwalk, Slackel, and Vector. I don't know what's best for me really. I don't have much experience with anything Slackware-based, although I tried Slackware itself for a month.
Regarding hardware compatibility, I know with many packages you can make performance optimizations during compilation that will work best/only on your system. Using a Slackware derivative that already runs equally well on many different machines means less thing I could fuck up, one less low-level thing to worry . I probably don't know better than one of the more polished derivatives about compatibility so I would prefer to just piggyback off of their efforts.
also general question. how hard is it to compile a package /once/ that work well on multiple systems? with the scale of supported systems being the same scale as like the average distro? I'm not really looking for the speed advantages of compiling from source like gentoo has/is memed about, just something to make a stable binary from that will work on various different computers to the scale of a major distro' s support.
I'm not expecting to make a real competitor distro, but I figure using Slackware (or something even further down) as a base should help me meet a lot of my goals, and meet them properly.
TL;DR: Making a distro. Slackware-based? Salix?
I'm using a remote desktop app on my S8, Remotr.
I have a 100mbps Comcast connection and a basic Comcast motor/router.
It's working nearly perfect bar some audio hiccups, suggests a 5ghz router but I don't got one.
Think that would fix the minor hiccups on audio?
>Afraid of botnet
>tfw your wpm slowly approaches your iq
POST 'EM, BOYS
I just woke up.
Was the first thing I typed today (except of my password).
I always get around 90. Its okay, I guess.
>Buy macbook air
>have God machine running Linux natively and over 10 hours of battery life
Why the fuck are you idiots still cucking yourself with shitty old thinkpads? Seriously
And the funny part is this is actually freetard approved, Apple is dedicated to privacy, meanwhile lenovo is more than happy to let Intel and the NSA have hardware backdoors on your chinkpads.
>Apple is dedicated to privacy, meanwhile lenovo is more than happy to let Intel and the NSA have hardware backdoors on your chinkpads.
Apple products have the same intel processor backdoor anon
You should've just gotten a MacBook Pro and kept macOS on it.
Has your operating system ever attempted to hypnotise you, /g/?