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Gaming Monitor [~350USD budget] Ignore Report View Thread Reply
LillianPublingson.dir - Mon, 15 Oct 2018 04:23:15 EST ID:AuSwfqSz No.122048
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Hey guys,

After a long process of elimination (based on price + reviews) I ended up with the BenQ ZOWIE XL2411P 144Hz as a potential purchase.

I truly don't know much about 144Hz monitors, hence why I'd really appreciate hearing your thoughts on this one. Also if you think there are better deals out there, I am 100% open to recommendations.

Thanks in advance for your help!


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WalterBrorrybere.maq - Sun, 07 Oct 2018 14:20:54 EST ID:wiKW4bQl No.122033
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Need to write a 14 page paper on a famous hacker for my midterm, any suggestions? I was thinking Trinity (cracked the IRS d-base) but might do Zero Cool.
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JamesGettingpatch.ffo - Fri, 12 Oct 2018 15:17:43 EST ID:nDL5TFfZ No.122044 Ignore Report Reply
>>122043
You're a fucking idiot. The time it starts is when you receive the prompt. If it's a midterm then you just study and you have to write the paper in the allotted time during the test (usually around 2 hours) without a computer which significantly increases the amount of time it takes to write it. Go to college and see you absolute fuckong dolt.
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AliceClullerfuck.shtml - Sat, 13 Oct 2018 00:42:52 EST ID:/MTvAhYc No.122045 Ignore Report Reply
>>122044
If you don't think a students parents paying for their kids new expensive laptop that they could live without such an expensive one,, tuition, everything. Sending money while their kids slack off and act like asses because of that 'freedom.' Don't you think the parents expect each class, each assignment, that the moment they walk into class that that is the beginning of having time to
use every moment in the class to essentially study.

One may get an assignment, then have it suddenly change. Kinda like pop quizzes. Like "are you paying attention?" Or just what kinda barely sinks in and will worry about details later.

Know what is expected as well not expected. Some professors will change an assignment just like that. From typed to written, from written to an on the spot oral presentation, to a demonstration.

We got sudden 10 page topics due the next morning, why? because. The class that day was a teachers presentation, not just teaching, but a noticeable presentation of the subject(s.) Thise who payed attention and especially saw what was coming, went home, did their work and
others were completely lost. 10 fkn pages from just one presentation by the instructor.
Or were these ongoing assignments from day one?
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AliceClullerfuck.shtml - Sat, 13 Oct 2018 02:46:20 EST ID:/MTvAhYc No.122046 Ignore Report Reply
>>122033
Corporations used services provided by [email protected], to name one, back when cell phones I don't think even remotely existed. Although two way radios, fm radio, uses trunks, 'to communicate from one to another.' These, [email protected], others, services allowed trunk access to make possible switching to long distance calls for corporations from local lines.

Trunkin I gues you could call it, has many applications, cell phones, whatever communication you can really think of. They differ greatly of course. I believe home networking is just as trunk access, switching, as anything else. As well, say lighting, um, concerts. It is communication from one party to anothers party.

This is from mostly memory from the past. And lots of studying stuff that may seem insignificant or boring. I am not that old but have worked for, with significant persons of technology. Me doing work for people who worked on components like zip drive, cd technology. Professors from like MIT, others who worked on .gov technology. technology that makes today's technology what it is. Although not knowing part of what these people are talking about, I guess i seemed enough to carry on hours of conversation. Which older technology seems basically boring, applying it to today's technology, it makes sense. If one cannot understand older technology,
how will they actually understand here and now technology. Sure you can do it, but knowing the background of like tor, understanding DNS basics. It is all worthwhile.
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Anyway, a hacker of significance. John Draper. AKA Captain Crunch. Why capn crunch nick. More than one reason. However, he tried to sell known technology, among other known uses of switching. Made some money but not a great venture.
What he was selling was; simple tones would make phone services do it's thing, like corporations could utilize long distance, calling for commerce, etc. By switching into trunk lines. Others learned to do this also. He furthered these but few were interested. So, after Apple, and all this.

He did make a whistle, it put out a 2600Mhz frequency. So could make long distance calls. He learned this from laying lines.
What they can and are meant to accomplish by which means. This whistle, one could go to a pay phone and whistle and
access the trunk and switch. Free phone calls.

By coincidence, the cereal Capt'n Crunch had a toy prize, a whistle that could produce that same frequency. 'Wanna buy a
whistle, wanna buy a whistle" could be heard around public pay phones.

My experience, I was in Denver, the rough neighborhood,, before crack epidemic, vietnam vets were the street. Speed, acid. This guy was making a call and blowing a whistle into it. Captain Crunch whistle that he kinda tried to hide a little bit.

No he was not crazy, I knew he knew how to get free calls. By then, he tried a one part system, no deal, tried another combo, then the 3 part did work.

Calls (local were, 20 25 cents.

I was short for a dime, malfunction, whatever. but as he accomplished his goal, I asked for a dime, he rudely turned to me and said get your own. Meaning get your own Captain Crunch cereal whistle. I said, I was just asking for a dime. Anyway, that area
was upgraded in it's trunk lines. But, the 3 part motions still worked.
https://garydrobson.com/2014/06/03/the-origins-of-phreaking/
http://phreaking.wikia.com/wiki/Blue_box
bla bla bla
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IanPorringway.xif - Tue, 25 Sep 2018 01:54:49 EST ID:JWITf4z5 No.122013
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So Peter Dutton, Australian Minister of the Home Office and suspiciously wealthy ex Queensland drug cop, has looked at China's Jingwang Weishi software and thought "fuck yeah, let's do that." Legislation towards forcing backdoor software onto AT LEAST mobile phones is being discussed (and in every interview he keeps using the word "computer" so it's safe to assume he plans to backdoor any device his fat potato fingers can fingerbang).

https://www.circlejerk.com/r/australia/comments/9ildrd/spyware_on_phone_fears_as_dutton_pushes_new/

So here is my question. How do I go about defeating this tyrannical bullshit?

Is it a matter of keeping obsolete technology for shady dealings? Is the answer always Linux? Should I just trust in the sheer incompetence of the Australian government?
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SamuelBuzzhall.cmd - Tue, 25 Sep 2018 08:20:38 EST ID:umQbKBO0 No.122014 Ignore Report Reply
Cellphones are all hopelessly compromised. Off the shelf phones can't be secured against threats like this. There's a startling lack of detail to go off of, but in general you want to be using end to end encryption on devices that you have complete control over without relying on third party services for privacy. So Whatsapp on your phone is an easy target and it's surely what they have in mind, but if you use XMPP+OTR on your Linux laptop and tether it to your phone then that's well beyond the reach of an Australian government order. The flip side is that these more resilient technologies are less popular and easier for the state to block without protest.
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NigelBardfuck.drv - Tue, 25 Sep 2018 16:55:18 EST ID:bzPK2cgS No.122016 Ignore Report Reply
Phones have some locked up chain of trust on their SoC that you can't in any way modify without destroying the phone completely and irreversibly. That chain of trust eventually leads to firmware and google stallionery that boots linux and then android, which is just more google stallionery. Some phones probably have built in hardware that has its own little processor or so, so they can do basic stuff even when the phone is off and android (or whatever OS you use) isn't even running. Even using custom stuff like cyanogen, lineage etc aren't safe from the SoC that runs them, so you can never be sure.

The same problem with desktop and laptop computers, all the ones with intel CPUs have IME, and AMD ones have some equivalent things. It's been trendy to add separate processors to processors that do stuff like signing and checking firmware and CPU microcode and manages stuff, and these have network access too - you don't even need to boot your OS they can do stuff anyway.

Trying to circumvent these is like trying to think about the pink elephant without using your brain or body. You are fucked. Of course governments don't have infinite resources so with certain levels of preparedness, you can get lucky, probably.
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ErnestClabbletire.cdt - Wed, 10 Oct 2018 09:22:13 EST ID:b7iD2Hzl No.122038 Ignore Report Reply
Get an old computer that is fully libr compatible.
X200 supports libreboot
Be okay with having dated hardware if your serious. Which is okay as long as you don't want to play games.


Mouse Upgrade Ignore Report View Thread Reply
LillianHappernot.ds - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 20:08:20 EST ID:/RRv6irO No.122023
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My Logitech G500 keeps connecting & disconnecting, so it's time for an upgrade.

Can you guys suggest your favorite comparable mice that also have a palm grip like the G500?

(don't suggest the Intellimouse 2.0)
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JohnSadgeham.msg - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 20:30:27 EST ID:WPhxa/LE No.122024 Ignore Report Reply
>My Logitech G500 keeps connecting & disconnecting, so it's time for an upgrade.

Or a cable replacement.
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LillianHappernot.ds - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 23:07:17 EST ID:/RRv6irO No.122025 Ignore Report Reply
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>>122024
Yeah upon opening up the G500, it doesn't seem like an easy task. It's not like a modular power supply, it's all soldered in there and shit.

But I may try again...


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RebeccaSuffingmurk.dun - Sat, 29 Sep 2018 21:40:33 EST ID:ogO9gDPv No.122020
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I'm thinking of making the switch from 60hz to something like 120 or 144hz. I'm doing some research myself but was curious what you guys thought would be the best monitor that is affordable but not sacrificing much in quality. I was thinking the ASUS VG278Q.

Super addicted to Rainbow Six Siege and I feel like if it will be noticeable in any game, this is it.
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PollyDockledale.dwg - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 17:47:21 EST ID:02JWKXh2 No.122021 Ignore Report Reply
I think the cool kids use IPS monitors or some shit. I'm an OLED person if I can manage it. Just look up different monitor types and figure out what kind is best for your use case. You'll end up getting an ASUS monitor in the end anyways.
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ClaraFanspear.drv - Sun, 30 Sep 2018 18:38:38 EST ID:P0h+9t8F No.122022 Ignore Report Reply
VG278Q and AOC G2460PG are in similar price ranges and I used both. I liked the colors on them compared to Benq which I always thought were extremely washed out, if you end up going with the ASUS there is a color profile you can find on google which makes it shine. The switch is worth it for any FPS, if you need a monitor for color work you are still better off with an IPS though


Anything wrong with refurbished laptops ? Ignore Report View Thread Reply
JennyGoblingbury.ani - Mon, 17 Sep 2018 19:18:27 EST ID:Rf3PXqAk No.122003
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Haven't had a computer for years mainly used my iphone or shitty kobo and someone else's laptop when ive needed to type out anything decent..

Now I want to get one and dunno whether to buy one of these refurbs or not.

I don't even really know what one to get as there are so many.

I want to start messing about making music and Im planning on getting some decs to use with it..So im guessing im going to need a decent sound card ??

other than that it will just be used for general internet browsing and using word/pdf documents maybe watching films so maybe something for a hdmi port (but saying ive have a amazon stick with kodi and netflix)

Dont think there is much else I need..would be nice to be able to play some new low spec games but Ill hardly play them any way.

The most I want to pay is like £300 really

ive seen this for £329
https://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Product.aspx?id=4BA38EA&opt=ABU&sel=NTB

anything better for cheaper ? or better in general ?
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PhoebeSenningbene.log - Fri, 21 Sep 2018 15:41:50 EST ID:Pq8/XAx2 No.122008 Ignore Report Reply
If you don't mind looking like an accountant, have a look on eBay for refurbished ThinkPads. You should be able to find a decent one for under £200, easily. Seeing as you mentioned wanting to get into music, try to find one with the highest amount of RAM that you can find, you'll thank me later when your DAW isn't hanging like a bitch.

As for sound cards, the ones built into laptops are almost invariably shite across the board. Have a look at the FocusRite Scarlett range of USB audio interfaces, I've owned one in the past and they're nice pieces of kit. Stay away from old Tascam stuff like the US-122; cheap as shit these days but the drivers are ancient and mine would BSOD my computer all the damn time.

Don't buy from Currys, they're a bunch of rip-off merchants who rely on the public's ignorance of tech specs to flog nasty plasticky rubbish. Their godawful adverts boil my piss, too.
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DavidClerryway.mov - Sat, 22 Sep 2018 18:08:39 EST ID:KhDG3fKC No.122009 Ignore Report Reply
>>122003
If you can buy locally, like in hte US there is craigslist. refurbished from non-manufacturers stores, sites, ebay as well could be simply an opened box.

Maybe used for a while maybe and people realize it was not enough for what they needed it for. Or incompatable for their needs. Third party from people,
coule get a beyond excellent deal. Here is one, my room mate moved and left
a laptop, I don't know what to do with it. $20. Reality, worth $1,2000?

Refurbished from mnufacturers, usually somebody got a computer that could be fixed, was fixed, but should have worked correctly for years n the first place, soo.
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ErnestGoodstone.mpeg - Fri, 28 Sep 2018 22:30:35 EST ID:UaIVpw8t No.122019 Ignore Report Reply
>>122008
Avoid Behringer interfaces too. They're shit and their preamps suck and the USB mixers never work.

I'd also highly recommend the Presonus Audiobox. I've had it actually work on AV Linux the literal second I plugged it in. It took probably 20 minutes on Windows 7 to get working but Linux worked instantly with Mixbus and Ardour. Speaking of which, Ardour is my favorite DAW. It is set up more for people who don't have an engineer sitting at a desk while they perform or whatever. If you got to track shit and play at the same time, Ardour is the best imo. AV Linux also supports lots of cool freeware stuff that isn't shit like Hydrogen, Ardour, Musescore, and a CD burning thing that I can't remember the name to but it pretty simple decent. It also rarely crashes. And when it does, it is only program crashes. When Reaper crashes on Windows, it takes out everything and bluescreens with various errors. I had maybe 3-4 crash to desktop with AV Linux in 2 years of use. It also ships with a fucking mountain of plugins already built in and working for Ardour which is very nice. Reaper comes with like nothing comparatively.

I'd go back to AV Linux if it wasn't for my video editing on Windows and my gaymes.

Also, don't use the default 3.5mm jacks for anything. USB, Thunderbolt, or Firewire for audio. Don't use anything else for audio. Seriously, soundcards are more for surround sound and people just wasting money. I've done super high quality audio production for a few years now and never once needed a soundcard. Save that money and buy yourself a nice microphone. SM58 is a good start for vocals. SM57 for a jack of all trades mic. And a large diaphragm condenser mic for when you need one. Use samples for drums unless you are really prepared to spend lots of money. I spent well over 1k to get "studio quality" drums tracked into a DAW. And that is just mics, cables, and stands. EZ Drummer is like 140 dollars. You won't even get a good pair of overheads and their stands/cables for that. Also, an 8 channel interface or more is best. I'm using 15 out of 18 available channels atm to track drums.


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ArchieNunkinwater.pif - Sun, 23 Sep 2018 01:48:50 EST ID:xU5Cr2M0 No.122010
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I've been trying to follow a guide to be able to access the darkness as safely as possible I pulled from this board a while ago
I figure what id do is get tails running on a usb drive
but I guess its not very compatible with newer Mac models
so even though I can make a bottle disk my computer won't recognize it when I go into the Mac safe mode or whatever to boot it
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RebeccaWinderlan.prn - Sun, 23 Sep 2018 19:10:00 EST ID:WPhxa/LE No.122012 Ignore Report Reply
>>122010
The most bullet proof advice is to write the image either on a non-Mac PC or a Virtualbox/VMWare/Parallels VM. Try recent Youtube videos if old or undated guides are letting you down. If you press option when you boot and don't see an option for Tails/Windows, the Tails image has not been written correctly.

>>122011
In addition to just working, having a dedicated Tails machine(s) is a best practice.
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FannyWummletuck.xls - Wed, 26 Sep 2018 01:28:07 EST ID:9PzRiydb No.122017 Ignore Report Reply
Wouldn't it just be easier to buy a laptop or old desktop at a pawnshop, run off usb drive and drive to a city and use wifi either free or stolen then destroy the usb?

Isn't tor completely compromised now?
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SimonBillingforth.pdf - Wed, 26 Sep 2018 03:49:40 EST ID:umQbKBO0 No.122018 Ignore Report Reply
>>122017
>Wouldn't it just be easier to buy a laptop or old desktop at a pawnshop, run off usb drive and drive to a city and use wifi either free or stolen then destroy the usb?
Not in general, no. That's the direction Apple is going though.

>Isn't tor completely compromised now?
That's what random nobodies keep saying. If there were credible reasons to believe it though, the loudest voices would offer evidence and reasoned argument which you probably haven't seen.


issues with megasync Ignore Report View Thread Reply
CharlesSevinghotch.pif - Sat, 15 Sep 2018 09:43:08 EST ID:TGc841tt No.121998
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so ive been having this problem with megasync recently whenever i download something once it reaches 100% it just starts redownloading again and never finishes, ive tried contacting them they sent an email saying they wlll get to me but it has been 3 days now and still haven't gotten a proper reply, any thoughts?
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FrederickBonnertitch.pm5 - Mon, 17 Sep 2018 12:50:54 EST ID:7F/QA+Tm No.122002 Ignore Report Reply
Good riddance.
Install jdownloader and be done with it. Works pretty much everywhere, including mega.


Extracting android phone data Ignore Report View Thread Reply
CedricPockwill.pm3 - Thu, 17 May 2018 19:18:25 EST ID:3k34FtLr No.121814
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My psycho ex smashed my phone with hundreds of cherished pjcs and videos of my son. The screen is wrecked but power supply seems to run. Haven't been successful in merely plugging it into pc so wondering if i can remove the built-in storage; is it just a micro sd in these things or do i need special equipment?
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OliverSickleworth.pm4 - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 20:48:18 EST ID:OTCZkVXK No.121955 Ignore Report Reply
Copy pasta
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JennyBuzzforth.psd - Sat, 01 Sep 2018 15:04:42 EST ID:7vXz2nWh No.121973 Ignore Report Reply
if you cant access it somehow via usb
check how to get into recovery mode and backup the data / media partition if that doesnt work flashing a custom recovery like TWRP can do the deal to get a backup if android doesnt start
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PollyTootford.ncf - Sun, 16 Sep 2018 02:35:00 EST ID:Ud9jMBXp No.121999 Ignore Report Reply
>>121814

What type of phone? I just closed down my business and have ton of phones that has bad boards but the rest of the phone is essentially brand new. If I have one that works I’ll be more than happy to send you one for free. I’ve been in your situation. I’ll bookmark this and check back in a few days.


Sorting out bookmarks [Opera] Ignore Report View Thread Reply
CorneliusDrattingchick.hex - Sun, 09 Sep 2018 05:37:52 EST ID:gGPlQkkC No.121995
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Hello,

I've got thousands of bookmarks (and at that, some important ones).

They're all scattered around mostly in the toolbar or messy Speed Dial folders. Not organized at all.

I know it will be a pain in the ass to sort.

Still, do you guys have any tips on how to effectively sort these out, some that I might not think of?

Or even add-ons that could make it a bit easier. I've seen a few of those but don't really know what they're worth.

Thank you in advance, I want out of this mess!
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HenrySorringkud.mod - Sun, 09 Sep 2018 06:37:06 EST ID:4hmBRLfp No.121996 Ignore Report Reply
I haven't used a bookmark on purpose in 15 years. I'm sure there's a bookmark manager that supports search and batch removal. Good luck with the speed dial shit though.
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IanTurveystone.pdf - Mon, 08 Oct 2018 11:54:13 EST ID:whP/4D/B No.122035 Ignore Report Reply
Man, I once sorted a 15K picture /b/ folder a decade ago. It takes a dedicated day or two, but you'll be happy with the results.


Linux Issue Ignore Report View Thread Reply
Terminal - Thu, 06 Sep 2018 16:50:00 EST ID:NMYmKl6i No.121986
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Yo guy's sorry it's been a while since I perused this section of the webs and this might not be the right board for this sort of stuff anymore but I need a lil help.

Running Debian 8 on a compaq 6910p, laptop older than my 6 year old niece...

Anyway wifi was working fine with both Network Manager and wicd installed at the same time for some reason, so I decided to move one and broke everything.

Wifi doesn't work at boot with just wicd installed, and rfkill list tells me it's hardblocked.

rfkill unblock wifi solves this issue but I have to do it after every boot. Putting that into a script to run at start up doesnt solve the issue though, I still have to do it manually, and sometimes it takes a couple of tries.

Any ideas folks? The laptop has a hardware switch and a way to disable in BIOS but both are on. The hardware switch is just a gay little touch sensitive light that conspicuously turns on during boot showing wifi is on, then it the light turns off and pressing it does nothing.. Only the command fixes the hardware block.


Sorry for being a little incoherent I've been taking a lot of speed while obsessing about trying to fix this. As I say it was working fine before I started messing with how I had it working before.

Can provide more info if needed just didn't want to spam too much , Thanks guys
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WilliamWablingsedging.smd - Thu, 06 Sep 2018 22:12:24 EST ID:FSTocPG7 No.121987 Ignore Report Reply
You could always read the logs and try to find out why and when it's happening. Or just add a looping unblock script to your .bash_login and hope for the best.
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Terminal - Fri, 07 Sep 2018 01:09:37 EST ID:NMYmKl6i No.121988 Ignore Report Reply
>>121987

Hey that's a pretty good idea that probably would have been easier than what I had to do in the end! The upgrade to debian 9 fixed the networking issue but gave me more to solve instead lol


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FrederickGimmerham.xlt - Sun, 02 Sep 2018 22:09:45 EST ID:d68NE8sZ No.121980
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So Im a 26 year old junkie, and seriously I fucked up about a decade ago and
IM back with clarity. I used to love tech and I still do, I have always wanted to work in emerging things like tech
and I just want to to know what you guys think is a good field to enter now and be able to run with in about 4-5 years of schooling
Sorry Im really bad at this "what is a good jobbing path" guys
I appreciate it, I just figure its time to get back to school and have a decent income and keep it clean
and maybe MAYBE one day, I can do a drug again, but in like 5, 6 years or so you know?
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HannahWorthingbanks.aif - Tue, 04 Sep 2018 02:55:49 EST ID:dcSUjpTU No.121981 Ignore Report Reply
Statistics is good!
To work in tech with statistics, the best route hands-down is R. You can learn R on datacamp.com for free.
Data science is all the rage and when you really think about real-world problems you see why.
SQL is a program that just learning on your own can get you some pretty good jobs. When I was fresh out of grad school I got turned down for jobs because I didn’t know SQL. But it’s easy to pick up.


Query on Software Ignore Report View Thread Reply
SimonWullerhall.pm3 - Sat, 01 Sep 2018 14:42:34 EST ID:4vgTyMsa No.121972
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I just got thinking, and I'm wondering if there's any software for indexing your external drives for when you don't want to have them plugged in all the time, but so you know what's on them exactly.

An example use-case would be, you have too many drives to want to check through them manually, but you need a file you don't remember which you put them on. So instead you search a saved index (preferably with thumbnails also saved) of what they had on them when last plugged in, you find the file, so you plug in the drive the software said it was on. Only had to plug in the correct drive, no guesswork.

Is there such a thing?
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CarolineSublingshit.ppd - Sat, 01 Sep 2018 20:32:24 EST ID:JBYBjMl6 No.121976 Ignore Report Reply
Indexing isn't some magic thing. The state of the index and the removable drive would frequently be inconsistent. Maybe apply some self discipline instead. How are you ever going to attract a quality mate with hard drives that look like that?


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EbenezerSuvingnot.prn - Mon, 13 Aug 2018 19:05:16 EST ID:99Ne9N9y No.121949
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In November the warrenty on my laptop is almost up. Anything I can do that will help me get a new laptop from these cheap bastards?
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NellCrimmlestene.dd - Thu, 23 Aug 2018 14:00:04 EST ID:fEBawfWP No.121961 Ignore Report Reply
>>121960
Wow! New Hard drive! I bet the OP still has the original installed operating system on it from Acer anyway. It should work pretty much fine otherwise than an occasional reinstall.
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SidneyNumbleham.cpp - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 15:38:11 EST ID:SSiZFsax No.121970 Ignore Report Reply
I'm still looking for a solution. Right now I'm thinking about short/circuiting it and seeing what happens.
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DorisBrookham.inf - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 23:31:04 EST ID:m5th2DPe No.121971 Ignore Report Reply
>>121970
Don't electrocute yourself.


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