Why haven't you turbocharged /g/?
I've seen some screenshots of the microwave one working, don't have them saved though.
Because NA with an after market cold air intake work just fine for me
We had this eons ago.
You also could script it into an executable file by writing in notepad:
and saving it with a .bat extension, so you could use it by just clicking it the next times.
Macfags literally being late on every feature.
Never ceases to amaze me how people can be so idiot to the point of following random instructions posted by some random person and not checking first the official sources.
Natural selection at its best.
>change companies due to better offer
>no conractor, just standard employment cuz EU suck dicks
>new company says they provide the HW and SF licenses too
>they give me RMBP 2015 maxed out
>one month in tab key literally stops working
>I'm back on my old thinkpad
> Sun Microsystems introduced "rm -rf /" protection in Solaris 10, first released in 2005. Upon executing the command, the system now reports that the removal of / is not allowed. Shortly after, the same functionality was introduced into FreeBSD version of rm utility. GNU rm refuses to execute rm -rf / if the --preserve-root option is given, which has been the default since version 6.4 of GNU Core Utilities was released in 2006.
Don't fall for this 9meme, attempting to delete root has been blocked for years.
Thanks for pic related.