*warms your leg*
reminder to uninstall this bloated, horrible mess
FreeBSD is so much nicer than any Linux distro that I just can't find the reason why it's a lot less developed for.
I mean, ZFS is like the sexiest file system right now...
ZFS is cool but I don't have the money to buy all the fucking RAM I'd need to use it lol
Why aren't you on a 64-bit machine?
He claims that he needs to close all feature requests in a rude abrupt way because "he already spends all his free time on the extension", but he also claims to have no friends and to waste hours everyday on Youtube.
>“Net neutrality” isn’t what you think it is. It won’t “level the playing field.” It will introduce government regulation to a nearly flawless model of free-market growth.
>Telecom giants like AT&T and Verizon and content providers like Netflix push an almost geometrically higher amount of traffic onto broadband than they accept. As a result, the broadband providers have responded by raising rates and/or lowering speeds (aka “slow-laning”) some content.
>Essentially, monster telecoms and content providers — Netflix is the most famous example — are demanding first-class seating in a 747 while paying jump seat-in-a-Piper prices.
>And they’ve managed to convince millions of people — not to mention the Democratic Party — that they’re the proverbial little guy, standing up to the corporate fat cats.
>Having successfully played themselves into the hearts and minds of every selfie-posting hipster from Brooklyn to Berkeley, they’ve further pushed the idea that the FCC should force the broadband providers to adhere to a federally structured framework of service and fees.
>Gigantic content delivery networks (CDNs) will now be able to dictate the terms of their agreements to broadband providers upon pain of civil — or even criminal –prosecution.
True or false, /g/?
>Telecom giants like AT&T and Verizon and content providers like Netflix push an almost geometrically higher amount of traffic
Telecoms were given four hundred billion in goverment funding to upgrade to fiber.
Where's the fiber?
Why do pc manufacturers purposely complicate the process of adding new components? Why not just add convenient ram slots on the exterior?
So I am in the market for a new computer chair. My only requirements are the ability to recline & the ability to lock the tilting position..ideally I want to spend around $300. After hours of watching retarded videos I've come to this one..
>inb4 muh racing stripes
It is color neutral - all black. All the dxracer chairs (most racing style seats) look corny to me.
It's originally priced at $450 on sale for $440 but the kicker is I can get 20% off because of a veterans discount which brings the price down to $350. Is this a fair price for the chair?
Can anyone link me to a better chair around my price range with the ability to recline & lock the tilting position
E-Blue Gaming chair.
Personally have this one after many other chairs.
That chair looks okay. Higher the weight it can stand the better the quality usually. It means they didn't cheap out on components that will keep the chair stable. That's said that doesn't say anything about comfort so you should look at reviews
any recommended code training website for ABSOLUTE python beginners? I tried codewars but I found it too hard for me yet
A pdf of a textbook and discipline. Sorry if you wanted to hear of some kind of magic meme lrn2code site, but there's an easy way and there's a difficult way that actually works.
Is there a way who allows me to delete a node forever from the browser view? I don't want to delete it every single time I reload the website.
If there is a browser which do this directly I'll move to it, I don't mind. I'm just tired of doing this every single time.
>Where to Buy:
>Learn to touch type:
Previous thread: >>61349895
>The 75% layout sucks tho and wouldn't recommend it.
What's so shitty about it? I've already made my buy so I guess it doesn't matter. Is it just because stuff isn't where you usually expect it to be?
does anyone here use remix os as a daily os?
Nope, there's still too much to be ironed out for it to become even remotely usable as a Daily OS on a desktop or laptop comptuer and I quite frankly don't think most of them ever will be.
For example, on the PC - as in GNU/Linux and Windows - browsers have keyboard shortcuts like ctrl-t for a new tab and ctrl-l to get to the address bar. These shortcuts work in every single browser but for some reason they just don't on Android. It's Firefox and Chrome on Android, basically the same browsers, but they function differently and basic things you expect to work don't.
I basically use RemixOS as a "public places" OS on my otherwise full-disk encrypted laptop. This way I can use it for very basic things like media consumption and browsing without unlocking the real OS or ever having to type the password in public.
I don't think I will ever use it for much more, to be honest. As I've already said, Android apps just aren't made for a non-touchscreen keyboard and mouse/trackpad setup. Perhaps it would be "good" for some on a 10" or 12" tablet. Not my use-case, though, I like 7" tablets but a laptop is just more usable for anything bigger.
If requesting purchasing advice, please provide your country and what carrier you will be using it with, along with wanted features, budget and size.
>reviews, specs, comparisons
>Recommended Chinkphones $80-$300 as of a long time ago (outdated)
>Post a mini-review of your phone
>Discuss upcoming and current models
>Ask for help related to phones
>Tell us how much shekels you spent on good/bad phone
>PRAISE THE CHINKPHONES unless you live in America you shits
Source: Pixel XL 2 will have Ambient Display Always On, Squeezing while Screen Off, Multiple Display Profiles, and More
Samsung has released a app that can live stream your device to Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook.
HTC U11 - Real Review
Huawei Honor 9 "Sneak Peek"
Samsung Galaxy J7 2017 with Dual Camera Leaks
Moto Z2 Play review: Not a bad phone, but still a step backward
Moto G5 Plus 32 GB drops to $199, 64 GB model to $249
The only thing keeping me from it is that it's ugly and is a chinkphone.
How does a phone with literally everything cost $400? I want a prettier phone like the Huawei Mate 9, but apparently that phone has shit audio.
Any Axon 7 owners who have had theirs for a long period of time? Is it worth getting in mid-2017?
how do I escape technology? it is robbing me of my humanity
Is it the best Firefox fork for Android? Or should I just stick to normal Firefox?