What are you working on, /g/?
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Apparently there's a fourth version of North Korea's Red Star OS running on the "Air Koryo" website.
Is there anything known about this version of Red Star? Never heard anything about it before.
Tried searching for it, didn't find anything. Good catch OP.
>tfw just sold my old Thinkpad on eBay to probably a /g/fag who will appreciate it and use it well
>he already said he plans on installing Arch
>tfw sold my t420 a week ago to some teenage girl
The painful part was installing spyware10 on that glorious machine, on the bright side i got like $400 only because it had 16gb of ram and an "i7" despite using a crappy hdd i had laying around.
My pc :
- 8gb of ram
- Intel i5
Is there some kind of series on parts, how they are made, purpose, and evoliution? Car parts, mechanisms and so on.
>The iPhone's Touch ID fingerprint sensor is great for quickly unlocking your device, but it's also been used by law enforcement to circumvent legal restrictions on demanding a passcode.
>Reverting to passcode access only currently requires a restart via long pressing the sleep button and swiping power off the screen, which is neither discreet nor fast enough if you're being accosted in the street by someone in a position of authority who wants access to your device.
>But in iOS 11, disabling Touch ID can be done within seconds with one finger or thumb. All it will take is five quick clicks on the sleep button, and the phone will require the passcode to access data on the device.
Glorious Gay Privacy Man strikes again.
Hey /g. I've been going to a trade school and studying Computer Security for about a year now. I may be a little late to the party but i would like to know what are the best certs I can get for this field.
What's the risks when it comes to mixing ram? I've got 2x4gb sticks in my computer right now and my friend's offering me his old 2x4gb sticks as well.
>inb4 google it faggot
pretty much everything says "you shouldn't mix ram, only use the same type". Is there an actual reason behind this or is it just some fucking meme?
>pretty much everything says "you shouldn't mix ram, only use the same type". Is there an actual reason behind this or is it just some fucking meme?
just check the clock speeds on them, because they'll both be capped to the lowest of the two
Win10 on desktop, OSX on Laptop, FreeNAS on server and Android on phone here
Each has its advantages and drawbacks but I like how they're all optimized for their specific use tbqh
Why didn't you start then? Let me finish your job.
IT'S NOT FAIR
Do any of you have two wireless access points working successfully in one place?
What's your secret? Same or diffferent SSID, channel, strength, etc.?
What's the reasoning for different channels? No benefit of having them on the same?
I have two in different areas of the house but my devices always seem to lock onto one even if it's farther away. And I can't find an option for lowering signal strength on it.
How do I get good at databases?
For a couple of months I couldn't successfully make calls because all the audio going to my end was choppy, yet coming in from my side to the other caller it was fine. I get it today, both ends of the call work.