Find a better combo for web dev.
Pro tip: You cant
It is the impression I get when I see pages like this one : https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Steam/Troubleshooting
What is the point in making pages helping to solve problems when the developers could solve them at the source ?
I used to run arch and installing steam and getting games to work was really a painful experience compared to other distros such as Debian where installing the package from the repos is good enough.
Same for the installer, what is the point in running dozens of commands to install arch when arch developers could simply have created an installer or install script ?
This makes the distro subject to many bugs that must be fixed by the users
Seriously look at this : https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php?title=Special%3ASearch&search=%2Ftroubleshooting&go=Go
What does /g/ think about it ?
This "If we can do it, users can do it too" policy seems to be a proof that Arch GNU/Linux is garbage…
You should be able to answer this.
Well... how does one explain this?
>he goes on the same board everyday, making the same thread everyday thinking people will pay any genuine notice to him
I know absolutely nothing about routers.
I have a Cisco-Linksys WRT54GS
I for 100mbs and I get about 11mbs in my room and 20mbs in my living room.
Will upgrading my router get me faster speeds? if so what router do you recommend?
Your router caps out at 54mbps in a lab setting with perfect RF conditions, the ONLY way you'll get more than ~20-30mbps is if you upgrade your router.
AC1900 routers are a good place to start.
Shut the fuck up you dumb nigger faggot, DDWRT isn't going to change the fact it's over a decade old router.
Are prebuilds ever worth it? Have you ever seen a pre-built that was worth a damn? Would you recommend buying the parts and paying for someone to assemble it if you're a lazy piece of shit?
Pic related: It's an 8pack OrionX, A.K.A. a 26,000 euro computer.
Most prebuilts are fine nowadays actually. The biggest thing to watch out for is weak PSU's and overkill CPU's. For some reason some "gaminh PCs" have an i7 and like a 750Ti. It's always funny when people on /v/ and /g/ will say shit like "I can build this for half the price!" And then massively cut corners and use inferior parts.
Hello /g/, I mainly browse /sp/ and /fit/. Done some torrenting, and but nothing other than yify within the past few years and a few game torrents about 2.5 years ago.
I just had this happen
>Boot up laptop like normal
>Start doing some work
>Suddenly screen turns light blue, not a color I have ever seen before, (I have windows 10) and gives me a big winking face saying that my computer needs to do some important updates and that afterward I can attempt to contact someone named Bad_Pool_Guy
>Immediately unplug and turn off my computer by pulling out the battery before it can restart, now using it as normal, but am also somewhat worried.
>inb4 delete system 32
Please help me guys, I'm just some poor normie
/g/ is NOT your personal tech support team or personal consumer review site.
For tech support/issues with computers, use /wsr/ - Worksafe Requests or one of the following:
https://startpage.com/ or https://duckduckgo.com (i.e., fucking google it)
Going to be getting a Technics SL1210 MK2 next month, what's the maximum i should pay for a really well looked after one?
You too can feel the joy of the bearded ones.
Been learning about transistors, logic gates, flip-flops, multivibrators, sequential circuits, cpu, assembly, compilers, kernels, operating systems, computer networks, programming, data structures, algorithms, databases, linear algebra, formal logic, real analysis, peano axioms, graph theory, complex analysis, abstract algebra, group theory, set theory (the pedantic one, not the cuck Cantor naiiive one) for a while, I wanna do some real haxor stuff now. How do I proceed, should I install Kali now or wat
unironically, the easiest way to dip your toes in and feed your appetite would be to learn node.js and do some ddos / spamming tools and develop some cool web apps / network apps. then make your way into reading code and finding vulnerabilities etc
Just bought one of these. What should I expect?
/g/ is my PSU dying?
I'm having a really weird specific issue with my new Ryzen system.
If I just load the default bios settings on the newest update of my motherboard, the r7 1700 runs fine at 3.2, boosting to 3.750, and the ram at 2133.
For whatever reason, when I try to overclock to anything above 3.7 manually, CPU-z on windows 10 tells me my multiplier is set to 15.5 (not 37.5 or 38 like I've been trying)
and that means its running at 1.55ghz, I can't figure out why its doing that.
Windows 10 if I go to System will even tell me what the CPU *should* be running at with the settings I have in the bios (3.75ghz for example when I use the 37.5 multiplier)
Is this some issue with the bios, or is windows 10 doing something fucky?
Ryzen R7 1700
MSI tomahawk arctic b350
Corsair Vengeance LPX @ 2133 (but it'll also run 3200mhz just fine)
Windows sees that I've set the multiplier manually, but CPU-z says my multiplier is 15.5, and if I run any test, it is definitely clocked down that low.
I seem to have made some progress, though whats happening is still kind of beyond me. I lowered the CPU voltage to 1.3v flat, and the CPU is telling me the correct multiplier now, whereas I was putting it at 1.36v in an attempt to try seeing if I could get a stable 3.9 and then start dropping the vcore until I started crashing, instead it just dropped my multiplier without giving me a reason.
I got banned from a small forum about 4 years ago. Since then, I've had my IP changed several times.
Is it finally safe to go back, or can they detect me again?