>take your ThinkPad™ with you
>introduce ancient egypts to computation and Loonix
>become their pharao
>return to your time
>world is run by executives running KDE
>become addicted to morphine
so that bash will recognize it whenever I try to execute it from the command line?
(I use Slackware)
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Third for Oasis.
Is there a writing system designed to be maximally machine readable? Like QR codes, but which can be written easily by humans?
Pick related is the opposite of this.
What separates the top 1% of programmers from the rest?
Is pic related a good start to actually becoming good at programming?
>What separates the top 1% of programmers from the rest?
The fact that they're not posting stupid questions in a cingalese-tea-basket weaving forum when they could be programming instead.
Work for The Man.
The Man gives me Apple I phone (6s)
The Man installs Airwatch
Think The Man is using it to bug me
Privacy Settings show Airwatch not asking for access (microphone , photo's etc.)
Can The Man pull this off using Airwatch without me knowing ?
MDM admin here. No we just use it to wipe the phone if your dumb butt loses it or track down where it went. If you're fired then we lock you out of the device before you can do anything stupid with company email. It's also used to ensure users have non-retarded unlock codes forced on the device and it checks to make sure you're not trying to jailbreak it so you can run chinese shit apps.
MacBook Pro 2015 or the 2017 touch bar noncesense?
If you want to have a soldered in everything go with the touchbar bullshit. if you just want to have a computer thats stupid expensive to fix, but you can still kinda fix / upgrade it.. go with the 2015
Thoughts on this? Is it any good? Do you use it?
I use chrome so can't use noscript. Works OK imo.
What's the best Linux distro that works out of the box, /g/?
I'd go with Solus
What are you working on, /g/?
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How many UPSes does /g/ have?
>How powerful are they
>What are their battery capacities
>Where are they located
>Bought new or refurbished
I just upgraded to W10 (I know), and up until now, I've used Picasa as my image viewer (which was really quite fantastic), but unbeknownst to me apparently Google discontinued it in 2016.
Therefore I need a new image viewer, but all the information I can find is pretty useless or full of hungry adverts and stuff. What image viewer does /g/ recommend? Picasa was awesome, simple, and intuitive, but I want to use a product in active development and that can also play .gifs (Picasa couldn't). I'd prefer something that focuses on minimalism but
If you have a normal laptop and its GPU is broken and you connect your laptop HDMI cable to the.
Do you see it correctly or you still see shit?
>Vega 64 is slower than a 1080
not 1080ti, just the 1080
its also barely faster than the laptop 1080 varient
and the gap it has over it, is smaller than the actual desktop 1080 has over mobile
Hello. I'm new to Linux and it's distros and I was wondering which distro is good for beginners but also functional and somewhat good looking.