MDN web docs offer a good intro (independent of your browser choice)
>Free online courses
https://stackoverflow.com/ - Developers asking questions and helping each other
https://caniuse.com/ - Check browser support for front-end web technologies
https://www.youtube.com/user/TechGuyWeb - Traversy Media
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8butISFwT-Wl7EV0hUK0BQ - freeCodeCamp
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO1cgjhGzsSYb1rsB4bFe4Q - funfunfunction
https://www.youtube.com/learncodeacademy - codecademy
>in-depth comparison of VPS hosts
My web server gets hammered by Chink and Russian bots scanning for vulnerabilities, looking for open proxies, referral spamming etc.
I'm thinking about fucking with them by redirecting malicious requests (based on useragent or request uri) to a big-ass file on some 3rd party server (like http://speedtest.tele2.net/10GB.zip). I'm pretty sure most of those bots are shitty enough to actually follow such redirect, download the content and try to process it (possibly crashing). Has anyone tried anything like this or is this a shit idea?
Why are Linux users to hostile to BSD? Even more hostile than they are to Windows? Why does the mere existence of these OSes make them so angry?
1. Envy. Though in heavy denial publicly, plebs know deep down that OpenBSD is far superior to l00nux.
2. Fear. Plebs scared that when other plebs figure out #1 they'll abandon the PotteringOS shitpond en mass for cleaner healthier waters, leaving the few who remain to die all alone in their sorrow and filth.
because some people in here are so messed up about their insecurities that it tortures them, and instead of just admitting it and do what they have to do they report their self-hatred on other things, like bsd, the other gpu/cpu manufacturer etc, even though it doesn't deserve that much hate.
Anyone got a raspberry pi set up as an old school emulator? Can they handle ps1 games?
Did you fall for the only 8GB of RAM meme?
>it's a windows user
Alright you oafs. List some of the dumbest mistakes you've made while building a PC.
>first RAM upgrade, put the fastest RAM in the first 2 slots, cooked the slower RAM.
>first full build, left screws under the motherboard, worked for a minute then short circuited
>2nd full build, cheaped out on the mobo and it required a BIOS flash to be compatible with my CPU, needless to say I didn't have a compatible CPU spare to perform the flash
>Latest build, case was too small for my graphics card, used a pair of tin snips and hacked it to pieces, still going strong.
Pls no bully. To make it worse, I couldn't figure out what I did wrong at the time, so I just built a whole new PC each time.
I've literally only build 2 PCs from scratch in my life. Never made any real mistakes.
Only bended a few pins on a PC when I wanted to change the CPU from my very first pre-build PC
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
[Deal Alert] Sony Xperia XZ with free 64GB microSD card is just $399.99 ($300 off) on Amazon
The Essential Phone Is Too Expensive to Have a Camera This Bad
Xiaomi Mi MIX 2: All the rumors in one place
Samsung claims the Note 8's battery will retain 95% capacity after two years
Android 8.0 Oreo review: Vive la évolution
Xperia XZ1 Compact official pics leaked
Motorola Moto X4 Full specs confirmed, also passes the FCC
The Nokia 8 may come to the US and China after all
I'm on a nexus 5. It still just werks, no cracked screen even after being tossed at rocks in panic and dropped from extremely high places onto concrete.
Why should I upgrade to something newer?
>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: >>62094640
Idol trash approves of OP maki.
What's your setup like, Anon?
>Stable and Tried Unix Environment
>Made by professionals and supported my corporations
>It is literally their job and income to keep this OS running
>OS with stability issues in favor of "bleeding edge" and alot of tweaking needed (Screentearing is still a goddamn issue in 2017)
>Made by hobbyist who work for free
>Projects can leave and go. They work off of donations
So why should I not get a mac instead of praying my Linux framework will not fuck up one day?
>Yes, I'm using compute shaders, but currently only very very few of them, and not mainly for speed reasons. I will probably work on speed improvements at some point in the future. But my first priority is to make madVR feature complete. Making everything prettier and faster is a secondary priority atm.
What does he mean by feature complete?
How to reach tech zen
What did YouTube mean by this?
>the normie is being rouse from his eternal stupid slumber
>USE PALEMOON THEY SAID
>THE DEV RESPECTS FREEDOM THEY SAID
>IT RUNS BETTER THEY SAID
Are you ready to disavow?
What Ubuntu derivative should I use?
Linux is better, faster, more stable, more secure and more customizable than Windoz.
Does /g/ have a home server? How about a NAS then? Shit, VM on the server for different services? What's your home networks like?
What are they used for too? I want projects like these but I'm not sure what the fuck I'd need them for. Also it'd be nice to discuss actual tech besides all the fucking consumerist Generals.
G4400 (soon to be upgraded)
16GB DDR4 2400
3x4TB Hitachi's on ZFS Z1
1x3TB WD-Green for Movies and Animus
128gb nvme for Boot
Running Proxmox VE and a bunch of LXE containers with:
Radarr - For movies
Sonarr - For animus and series
Transmission and Deluge - Muh torrenting le "linux distros" hehe :)
Shinobi - IP camera security
NextCloud - Dropbox/Drive replacement
Pi-Hole - Network-wide ad and tracking blocking
OpenVPN - So I can remote access from anywhere while still not needing to open a bunch of ports to the internet
RedBot - Bot for discord
DokuWiki - Wiki for your information storage needs (soon to be upgraded to MediaWiki)
No home server. I'm trying to look into making my own NAS enclosure using an Orange or Banana Pi and running them in parallel so I can add as many drives as I want, this is proving a difficult task. Very cheap though. This would probably cost me $2000 in store but online it'd cost me maybe $300? Not even? The Pis are cheap, finding a way to run them together is challenging unless there's a specific pi that should be simpler.