using macbook pro 2015 retina for 4 months
using iphone se for a year now
i've also used arch based linux operating systems and windows. still using both ubuntu and windows at my custom pc set up. also used xperia z before iphone
Raptor Engineering is having another try at making a botnet-free POWER-based motherboard. This time, with POWER9, and in cooperation with IBM.
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Is there an easy way to sync all of my backed up data over multiple sources? I have cloud storage, my main SSD, my external HDD, and a flash drive usb that I have a backup folder with all my files in.
I'm looking for something like git that can sync between multiple sources and only sync the stuff that has changed.
Should I use Debian or Fedora?
>install python ide
>default set to python 2.7
>need python 3.x+
>change python path
>module not found/not configured correctly
>pip3 install tkinter
>check system monitor
>running in python 2.7
>install python 3
>install python ide
Linux is a fucking meme
You are the retard who lacks reading comprehension. Python would just tell me the path, the issue was that so much had to be done to just get going. There is always something missing or something going wrong on linux systems that take large amounts of time to fox.
ahoi, i tried that beauty in a store. damn it feels amazing specially the pencil. so now i would love to know if you bought one if so, do you regret it? what use cases are there for you. are you happy with that piece of technology. tell me about it
I got one as a graduation/birthday present and i've actually really enjoyed using it. I haven't had an apple product since my ipod nano in 2008.
The pencil is awesome but I'd recommend trying to get it secondhand since it's so expensive (£100 wtf)
Whats the best online store to purchase ICs for fucking around with logic gates? Along with resistors, LEDs, switches and buttons, breadboards and jumpers, etc.
Also do y'all know of any recommended ICs that I should start with? Preferably 5v.
I need something with
I'm planning on making a binary adder circuit and building some flip-flops.
there's absolutely no reason to fuck around with unitasker ICs in 2017, even an attiny microcontrollers can store ENTIRE MEGABYTES of rom now, and requires barely any electricity to run
Hi /g/uys, I've just repaired this little qt netbook with a comfy keyboard, 2 GB RAM and an intel Atom N570, which I would like to install some lightweight Linux on in order to use it as a little companion for doing some programming and notes in college and writing some articles for a website I work for.
What distro do you suggest me? I'd rather avoid Arch as I have no time for tweaking with it, I'd rather use something Debian/Ubuntu/Fedora based, but I'm open to suggestions.
Among those I already know about, I tried LXLE in the past and performances are great but it's just too unstable (it kernel panicked twice on an old notebook I tried it on), I was curious about Lubuntu which is what it was based on, and I really like Ubuntu Mate's looks but I fear it's too heavy to really go fluid on these specs.
Is Tor insecure?
Either that or bad opsec. No JS stops the vast majority of browser exploits cold.
Is there really any viable alternative to Chrome today ? In terms of smoothness / stability
Looking for a durable flash drive for storing keyfiles. What does /g/ think/use?
>go to walmart
>remove flash drive from shelf
>use legs or complimentary mobility scooter to place flash drive on cashier shelf
>exchange currency for flash drive
>Optional: Return complementary mobility scooter
you're over thinking it
don't get anything more than 32gb on a dongle stic if you expect it to last a long time.
What's /g/ consensus on buying (((Refurbished))) or even (((Used))) PCs? They do come with 1 year warranty but I don't want to be memed.
The (((used))) ones are very cheap, the (((refurbished))) ones are only slightly cheaper than new. I'm looking to buy a server for a small project.
i got one refurbished. it was mostly like new - new keyboard, clean inside etc, still shitpost from it but you never know (from some threads i see here) you have to test it on site, carry a livecd with gnome
Why aren't you using Hannah Montana Linux /g ?
I'm a poorfag and was looking for vpns on linux, which all cost money. Do any vpns have a free tier (not trial) similar to TunnelBear's free tier on Android? As long as they work, they're good, as far as I am concerned.
It says here that you're "to intelligent to use IDEs", care to explain?