I have a very shitty connection with 2.2-2.5 MBit/s down and 1,5 MBit/s upstream. For me, watching Youtube over 480p is justi mpossible and when I upload 4K videos it takes 1-2 days.
My router says I'm getting 3.4 MBit/s down, 1.9 up. I know there is a slight overhead, but not by 50 %. So I guess there might be an option for improvement.
I use a Vodafone (Huawei) EasyBox 904 xDSL. It handled my previous 50 MBit VDSL connection with full speed and its rated up to 100 MBit/s. Is this a shitty router? I never saw a reason to buy another expensive one as this thing just works and it even has dualband Wifi.
I wonder why it doesn't give me more speed. Has anyone experience with a similar case?
I'll probably get LTE Hybrid by next year but the contract still runs so I have to hold out. Currently there is no other options to use download managers which I can remote control in order to download up to 600 GB a month when I download 24/7, I only turn it off when I need the bandwith for other tasks (Its normal to wait 10 or 20 seconds to load a website and I download videos in the highest quality even if it takes hours).
>Picture somehow related
No, Germany (Yes New-Africa, the colonies strike back). I pay 32 € for this. Of course no datacaps.
While other European countries and the US has affordable LTE contracts, my 3rd world country only has one LTE contract without caps, Magenta Hybrid. Most contracts are 60 € for 30 GB and reduction to 32 or 56 KBit/s after that.
I live rural so there is no other option than LTE.
Hello guys. Last time I came to you to get a new phone and you guys told buy to buy a LG G4... Its been a pain in the ass... Battery wont last and it gets hot as fuck. (leather back was a cool touch tho)
Whats the recomendation for this 2017?
>is from a vb, c and c# background
is this shit just a meme? flavor of the month?
I'm waiting to see what becomes of Mozilla. If Mozilla fails, Rust fails.
Go is fine, but some people use it for a lot of incorrect things. Those people are Rails developers who decide to use it for their APIs or try to reproduce the "Rails experience" because Rails developers can't into performance or understand why a programming language would exist without a Rails-like framework.
I need help with fixing my gaming pc.
My gaming PC broke a while back ago. I first noticed the CPU fan wouldn't spin. Kinda just let it go and thought I'd buy one later on. Later on comes...
I was playing Rust and my RAM was in the 80 and 90%. And then It shit itself. I couldn't get it back on. It would load my windows 7 up and load all my programs then die and power off with a blue screen of death.
Today trying to fix it, seeing what parts i need to repair. I got the CPU fan spinning again by greasing it up. I got it to load up as much as I could and I realized that the CPU was hitting 97 degrees Celsius (207 degrees Fahrenheit) and the blue screen of death gave me an over heat code. So it's obvious that it's the CPU liquid cooling fan over heating it. But what gets me is, is the motherboard what caused the fan to fail? The heatsink was like corroded and had some yellow stuff on it. Also did this do any damage to the CPU? If the CPU and Motherboard were fried, would I even be able to turn the pc on and load a few things at all?
I'm planning on taking off the liquid cooler, how do i determine if I need to scrap the CPU and motherboard?
>I need help with fixing my gaming pc.
Gpus come with certain gigs, but what's a standard one? Is 6gb enough? If I'm trying to build a 1000+ pc will a gtx 1060 6gb bottleneck ? WHAT'S A GOOD GIG AMOUNT
Judging by how retarded this question is I'll assume you want your computer to play videogames. If you want to play games released in the last couple of years, you'll want 4GB. 6GB is overkill for videogames most of the time.
I need to encrypt a string of 12 words securely with certain requirements:
- base64 cyphertext should easily fit in a QR code.
- brute-force hard due to lots of key stretching. I'm not going to use a crazy complicated password because I need to be able to get it in 10+ years if needed
- decryption software has to run on GNU/Linux (amd64) CLI
- can decrypt using only ubiquitous software. no scripts or custom shit. bonus if it's in the Debian repo
How can I do this?
inb4 openssl: no keystretching
inb4 gpg: has that stupid gpg-agent shit for gnome
inb4 truecrypt: botnet and won't fit on QR code
>installing windows 10 after having to wait 8 hours to download iso
>find out the installer required blood sacrifice
>go out and find a jew to kill for blood sacrifice
>build altar, give offer, hope it doesn't smite me for not offering a middle class white male
>installer has to restart twice, get to setup after waiting a moment
>setup is guided by text to speech at near maximum volume, waking up entire household
Who thought this was a good idea? Why 69% volume? Why not the entire installation, because then at least you could make the accessibility excuse?
Hey /g/oys, serious question, where can I find an up-to-date ungoogled-chromium release?
This one here is old
Just use firefox jesus christ, Google probably doesn't give a fuck about "ungoogled" branches as long as they can keep pushing their shit standards with Chrom* itself
Why are you using a picture of the racist merchant meme?
Redpill me about this company /g/
>not having a mechanical keyboard
what's your excuse?
gonna do some coding what environment that i use
emacs is ugly
Would you disable Adblock for him?
What are some good 'night mode' extensions for chromium/firefox? pic unrelated
>no desktop thread
I seriously hope you guys don't do this.
you are an embarrassment to the linux community, please uninstall gentoo.
How will the future think about us? I think they'll be pretty pissed 'cause we already took all the good memes. They won't be able to think of any dank original content.