Take a WiFi survey and post it here.
Hey im linuxnewfag &have an old Lenovo thinkpad x61 + SSD and 4GB RAM. Im currently running xubuntu.
Which linux would you guys prefer if you want performance, design/visuals and usability (run every app) ?
>better better booru developer fucked off because of a bug
Someone on /g/ should fork it
>Headphone purchase advice:
Please put some effort into your requests and questions.
If you dislike a suggestion, explain why and try giving a better suggestion to whomever asked.
For sub-$50 headphones and IEMs, check out the infographic in >>>/g/csg
>/g/ wiki headphone FAQ:
Previous thread - >>61275488
This is a reminder that subjective reports of >$100 DACs/amps having a positive audible benefit to audio are entirely caused by the sound of headphones changing with slight movements on the head. Don't buy snake oil, /hpg/.
So I inherited a Harman Kardon festival 300 from my mom, it works but my question was how can I get it connected to my pc over usb? ty
>Check out free libs about x
>hundreds of options, open source, well documented
>Check out free hosting
Why are admins so selfish? I just want a shitty server to host my shitty game.
So what does /g/ think of Comcast?
Remember to degauss your monitor, anon.
What do you think of Webmin /g/? Seems interesting and maybe something useful for quick management of a headless server.
Why aren't you using a BlackPhone, /g/?
>he pirates with torrents
>he pays for a subscription for music
When it became known that primary Intel but AMD too put backdoors in their Hardware, People made a rough estimation what older Hardware could still be safe. Shortly after "News" spread that x86 got an security bug in hardware that goes waaaay back. This seems to coincidental to be true. Seeing as 32-Bit is phased out forcefully, even though it's still used, and many things go exactly the way systemd did in the linux community, I don't buy it.
You cannot have privacy on an x64 System, this is fact. I don't belive there is a "bug" on x86.
Do you really think it requires 16GB RAM to compile/ link a Browser? It was intentionally bloated like many other things.
This is a conspiracy, and you're part of it. I hope you'll burn in hell.
The last non-botnet CPU is the AMD FX series.
I have FX-8370 myself and it has enough power for anything that I do. Video encoding, light gaming, compiling, virtualization, etc. Sure, more modern CPUs are faster, but the whole field has been stagnating so I'm not terribly pressured to upgrade.
My only complaint is that it runs hot, but the bundled Wraith cooler is enough it cool it so whatever.
Now that Ryzen is out, it's also ridiculously cheap.
My my 40% overclocked 8320 gets to like 40 45 degrees under load. I wish I knew about CPU settings so I could push it farther without a crash.
This is with the fucking 212 EVO, by the way. 4 case fans, but still, air-cooled.
This is what I mean, first post is a shill. There basically is no good Hardware post 2009, and here we have one claiming otherwise right away. Just like systemd, make a thread or a comment and there is always a systemd shill present.
lets share our device IDs and folders and create a the biggest syncthing cluster ever.
get syncthing here => https://github.com/syncthing/syncthing
I need a linux distro that is good for noobs and idiots like me that can't figure out even a line of code without googling how to fix the damn thing
So yeah I need something popular (so it has a lot of apps), good linux distro that looks beautiful, runs well on a dual core processor or a shitting pentium 4
You know like those keks that upload a screencap of their desktop and they have some kind of "macbook taskbar" with good looking icons and that
That's probably fedora or something dunno
Just give me a linux distro that I specified
If you think fedora is good just type the damn thing, if not just say whatever distro is good