Which one of you published this
>A computer with a vivid display will run you $900 (if you catch a sale)
>A gaming PC will set you back $600 bare minimum
>If hollow, glossy plastic bothers you: $1000 will get you a premium machine made of only the finest soda can aluminum
>If you’re on a budget: $300 will get you a Chrome-based laptop only capable of making web searches and streaming low quality video
I like your description of "highest/ultra" settings as a level difficulty setting.
I bought an Asus K53Z, some chinkydink Asus laptop, back in 2012ish.
It has an AMD A4, 4 Gigs of ram, 250GB, an HD display, and a full keyboard w/ numpad (keys on the numpad are skinny-tall so offset is MINIMAL). Only thing it lacks is a point stick and the Thinkpad build quality.
Guess what it cost me, 290 and yet it beats out just about every new 2017 laptop I see on Amazon. I wouldn't buy the K53Z today but it goes to show how SHIT laptop manufactures have become.
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What the's best compiler/editor to learn C on?
Is it even possible to use an Android device if you don't want to do this? Whose fault is it that fdroid never has anything useful?
End up programming in a UI like this.
Don't be like me. Learn adobe photoshop if you want to be a programmer in 2017.
so, i recently got a smart phone after avoiding having one from a very long time, so....i'm basically learning from zero to use this thing.
The thing is, i searched for actual useful apps and a i found a decent programing course(SoloLearn), stuff for learning other languages and some calculators but....is that it? is that all the useful stuff i can get? i was expecting more gadgets and useful things but i didn't find anything especial
Do you know any useful apps? like things that can actually be useful in real life?
Do you know any apps that are actually useful ??
I own the exact phone in the picture, with the exact same bloatware.
An LG Lancet with Verizon service
Is changing the OS on this phone worth it ? such as Cyanogen or some other OS ?
What are your experiences with a different phone OS ?
At my parent's house for 4th of July, stuck with these speeds.
Shit what the fuck?
I was just using my T420 when it just shut off and won't turn back on when powered either by battery or the power supply with the battery removed.
What the fuck happened?
I tried googling it and tried some things but no response.
I tried starting it with and without the battery and power adapter.
I tried to remove battery, hold power button for 30 sec, plug in power adapter, try to power on. Nothing. And I noticed when I have the power plugged in, the indicator led on the back of the lid doesn't light up.
My old faithful is like a dead brick. HELP ME /G/. I bought this thing from eBay in I think 2014, but haven't used it very much for the past year because I bought an x220 I've been dailying.
I wanna start hacking but I don't own a balaclava or ski mask, will a scarf wrapped around my head do?
I wanna make sure the government can't see me when I launch every nuke
No, you need to don the official hacker garb. You can pick it up at your local Hot Topic or similar high-end clothing store. Make sure to get a trench coat too.
This thread is for the discussion of NyaaPantsu (pantsu.cat), a free (FOSS) torrent indexer, and other nyaa alternatives.
The aim of this project is to write a fully featured nyaa.se replacement in golang that anyone will be able to deploy locally or remotely.
>Why is Pantsu down/error 502?
Most likely because the team is deploying changes. Wait for a bit and refresh the page. It should be mostly stable now.
General updates on the site
>RSS feeds fixed
>Performance issues fixed
>Python uploading script
>Torrent file generation
>More frontend fixes
>Editing and deleting torrents
>Public mod log
>Language flags like anidex
>Customizable mascots by URL
>DB clean up
As for the coming weeks
>Improve scrapers to scrape more sites
>Move db dumps to just nginx to prevent any issues/corruption
>Optimize the code
>Add in the nyaazi and anidex scapers into the main program
>Focus on stability and speed
>Refactoring, introduce proper testing and code review procedure
>Purge all unnecessary code as well
Dev live server:
>An anon made a local client in case the online sources are down: instructions and download at
qBittorrent plugin for Pantsu.
>Copyrighters wall of shame
Development and discussion channel:
>#nyaapantsu on Rizon
>Not sure what private trackers are all about?
The mission of /ptg/ is to promote the highest possible standards of tracker service by providing members with opportunities for professional development, by recognizing technical competence through examinations and by advancing the interests of its members.
>Have a question?
Use >>>/g/ptg as a link to find the /ptg/ thread.
Remember the following:
>Staff occasionally read these generals and have posted here before.
>This is a thread for educational purposes only. Don't offer or ask for invites.
>Staff may pretend to be normal users asking for invites and when you invite them, they ban you for inviting strangers.
For what tasks does /g/ still prefer pen and paper?
Anyone know shit about cell phone towers?
Sprint is claiming that I have perfect coverage in my area according to their maps, but I don't get SHIT for coverage around my area. Is there shit I could do to boost my coverage at all?
you can buy cell reception boosters, but you need to install an ariel onto you house and will be limited to yout house.
Short of getting Sprint to increase coverage you are fucked.
Is there a program out there that could input codes for me as they appeared on screen?
I've used pre-recorded macro's before for many things but nothing for dealing with random inputs.
Okay, so a program will generate a list of buttons it wants you to press, in my scenario it's a chain of 6 directions (up,down,left,right,left,right).
I'm looking to find a program that can read this list and then repeat the input back accordingly. Some sort of a macro perhaps? But it would need to be able to read the commands.