>he calls himself an engineer
>he doesn't make engines
I'd just like to interject for a moment. You appear to be using an element from this image in your post: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Richard_Stallman_by_Anders_Brenna_01.jpg
You may have done this accidentally, but you've violated the terms of its copyright license. This is a serious offense and I hope you take it as seriously as it deserves.
Not to say that you're not allowed to create derived works from this image, you are, but this picture is released under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Norway license. Therefor, you are free:
to share - to copy, distribute and transmit the work;
to remix - to adapt the work;
Under the following condition:
attribution - You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work).
In this case, the attribution requirement is resolved simply by including the following in your post:
Anders Brenna [CC BY 3.0 no (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/no/deed.en)], via Wikimedia Commons
Now that you have read this, I hope you have a better understanding of your rights and obligations when remixing and sharing this work. They will let you edit, now be nice and credit~
Don't tread on me capitalist pig
Hey, /g/, I'm new to the computer building scene and I wanted to ask if what I'm buying on Amazon is all I need, and if I'm getting a good deal on the parts I'm buying.
Thanks, and please give suggestions on what to buy!
How do we stop poor people posting here?
I propose we only allow people to post with the latest retina MacBook pros, iMacs, iPhone 7 or newer or iPad Pro to post here.
That way only rich people will post here.
>I propose we only allow people to post with the latest retina MacBook pros, iMacs, iPhone 7 or newer or iPad Pro to post here.
Well that's just self defeating because then only poorfags would post here.
Is this the perfect phone?
how does this make you feel
>I bought some perfectly working vintage computer, gutted the components, and replaced them with modern hardware
Does any one know what kinda charger this bluetooth speaker needs i lost mine and dont know what kind to buy, i dont know what type of speaker it is it was 2nd hand gift
Hey guys I don't know where else to turn, my version of windows 10 is "invalid" so it wont let me change my background or give me admin clearance to fix the bugs, and it won't update. What do i do? do I give in and buy a new version of windows for $80 or is there a better alternative to this dilemma
>tfw failed over 20 graduate job interviews, some with prestigious employers
>tfw now working a low level public sector job with opportunities for progressing but they depend solely on interview and application form skills
>tfw I'll never work at an investment bank or MBB and therefore my career growth will be slow as fuck
>could try to learn programming but programmers barely get paid anything in the UK
>did an engineering degree but got even less engineering interviews than finance interviews
How do I cope with the fact that all careers are nothing but tests of normieness? People who went to more prestigious universities (even when I did better at school) have much easier lives.
It's so demoralising when I'm at my job and see all the women probably with sugar daddies or banker boyfriends. And all the normie males everywhere who will have better careers than me.
I know you might suggest crypto or making money online but that's all luck based
Sorry OP, if you can't at least fake being normal when being around other people, you will be weeded out of the gene pool and implicitly excluded from society by being denied a prestigious, high paying job.
After getting bored with Linux shit, I've been doing some "hackintosh" (stupid fucking name) work, and have honestly been having a lot of fun with it. I like the challenge it presents on certain hardware, and it's nice to be the first person to document how to get all features working on a previously "incompatible" model of a laptop/motherboard. I tend to just hang out in the discord and help people that come by, they have some issues with kernel panics or something like that, and since the variables change from person to person it just feels like a constant challenge. It's fun for me to dig through people's bootloader files and find what's causing the error after they send me their build info.
The thinkpads are always fun to get, they're well-documented already but still can require some serious knowledge to get running 100%. Some models can practically run OOB, but some can't even get to the installer. Those are fun to figure out.
Anyway, now, my point, If I were to resell machines modified like this, can I get in some legal shit for this? Would apple just completely buttfuck me if I sold these things on a website or something? Like, modified hardware on a laptop pre-installed with open source code allowing the installation of macOS?
It really sucks to be so good at something that there's such a high demand for. I'm sure someone else has already tried this, and have gotten shut down, but just wondering if this is even possible with some precautions taken.
pic kind of related? G5 cases are cheap and easy to modify to sell as proper hackintosh cases, kind of cool.
i remember getting it set up finally after so much fucking work (tried before, failed, tried again, realized that my audio interface didn't work when plugged into usb 3.0) and then just never using it because i would always go back to windows.
Been the opposite for me. I had it on a 300gb SATA drive to fuck around with at first, then spent a couple days getting everything working, then just simply never got off of it. My 1 TB windows disk wasn't ever getting booted into because I had found alternatives in OS X to my programs that I actually liked better.
I just recently moved this installation to my 1 TB drive, and am re-installing windows on the 300gb SATA drive for gaming or specific programs. I still use FL Studio on Windows and the OSX version is practically just a wrapper, so I don't see the point.
Booting from either is possible while on OSX/Windows if you configure the bootloader properly, it feels pretty seamless to click something and be in Windows in about a minute, then doing the same to go back to OS X.
Maybe it's just the terminal, or over all GUI, I don't know, but it's just stuck with me. Like I said, opposite of you, really don't have a reason to go back to Windows considering everything's configured the way I like it already.
I get that though, I know a lot of people who did the same with Linux. Installed it but just never, ever, booted into it.
What is a good resource to learn about speaker setups for my computer?
I tried listening to /g/. I'm the fag that made a thread about mechanical noise associated with mouse movement on my new PreSonus monitors despite having an external USB DAC and I could not figure out what I was doing wrong despite like 80 replies from /g/.
I'm clearly uneducated and need to learn from the ground up, but randomly searching on Google isn't proving to be effective for me.
You need balanced cables for your speakers.
Do you think general computation will eventually be regulated? It would be pretty easy since there are only a few very large companies with semiconductor fabrication capabilities. In the long run it will also be much more efficient and effective than just regulating the internet.
How could someone be so right?
Why do you even use technology?
Is copying my files onto an external hard drive and storing it at my mothers house an acceptable form of data backup?
The amount of resources spent making and syncing backups would make it very inefficient, unless you often visit your mother, regardless of the reason, which you should do anyway you ungrateful little fuck, she gave birth to you and carried your ugly ass for 9ish months, you make me sick