just got xiaomi smartphone, what type of tape do i need to block the fingerprint scanner from ever recording my fingerprint.
I want to set up a personal cloud. Best way to go about it?
Install a hypervisor, setup hyper converged storage, proceed from there. But if you're so dumb that you have to ask this, you're too dumb to actually implement and too poor to afford the hardware
Hey /g/, I forgot my password on my iPhone 7 Plus and it won't detect my fingerprint. How do I get into it?
>give friend mumble server info address is blah.blah.com port whatever
>friend adds http:// before mumble server address
>anon its not working
why does this keep happening? ive literally had 3 people do this
Did you send them it on Steam?
Pretty sure Steam silently edits the messages you send on the recipient's side but not your side to add "http://" before anything that looks like it could be a URL. I've had this same problem before. Maybe some other software does this too.
where did the future go so wrong?
all those fucking white people. disgusting. no diversity. oppression against people of color.
for the most part, most of those "predictions," "ideas," actually came true. the "network" computer they were talking about is essentially the modern day "cloud." the "bebox" with its mind blowing "two processors" and the talking about multi(cpu)core systems obviously came true. the "pilot" is the the smartphone and tablets of today.
video was dope, enjoyed the nostalgia.
however, computing today is pretty much the fully realized version of all these products. I have a Steam Link in my living room that streams my computer to my television without any hiccups and the Alexa with the screen is basically the fully realized version of that phone/computer
p much agree with >>61853937
Does anyone know an application that allows two people to share their screens sanctimoniously?My buddy and I are working on a project and for ease of understanding I want to broadcast my main monitor to his 2nd monitor and vise versa
Forth is the most micro computer system there is, I think we'd all agree, but does it offer you the most bang for your buck?
Here's what you get for 500 kilobytes of disk space or less:
1. A shell
2. A programming language much like a micro lisp
3. An operating system
The forth experts tell me their smallest forth bases (as in no code written on it yet) are around 8 kilobytes. Can you say the same of any other language?
Take c for example. Sure c produces small code but you have to have the massive gcc and gnu make and awk and all this other stuff to compile c code. Even lua or apl or basic can not really produce systems as small or efficient.
>think of a great domain name for whatever personal project I'm working on at the time
>go to godaddy or google domains
REEEEEE how do we stop the eternal domain name registrar?
Considering stopping my phone subscription to increase my personal privacy. I have phone calls twice a day max. Maybe ill get a prepaid phone since some services need your phone number for example the bank.
Im i doing good?
>Google, AWS, and MS Azure all go down
>No Silicon valley services
What are the best places to learn coding on the internet?
I'm willing to spend 200-300 dollars a month if it helps me get a better job.
>He is using stock rom on his phone
gets its ass handed to it by TR and cant even beat kaby lake in gaming .....
If anything it should prove to be a good week long comedy
Well, /g/? Which one?
Is ProtonVPN any good? I tried NordVPN and it was so fucking slow.
VPNs use encryption so depending on your hardware you might be hitting a hardware bottleneck before the VPN server/network is bottlenecking you.
I use private internet access. With no VPN I get 940/940mbps on speedtest. With my VPN turned on I get ~400mbps due to my cpu bottleneck.