[a / b / c / d / e / f / g / gif / h / hr / k / m / o / p / r / s / t / u / v / vg / vr / w / wg] [i / ic] [r9k] [s4s] [vip] [cm / hm / lgbt / y] [3 / aco / adv / an / asp / bant / biz / cgl / ck / co / diy / fa / fit / gd / hc / his / int / jp / lit / mlp / mu / n / news / out / po / pol / qst / sci / soc / sp / tg / toy / trv / tv / vp / wsg / wsr / x] [Settings] [Home]
Board
Settings Home
/g/ - Technology



Thread archived.
You cannot reply anymore.



File: stupid-questions-1.jpg (11 KB, 425x237)
11 KB
11 KB JPG
Ask them here, after looking around on your own first.
Old one is here >>61411587
>>
Give me a converter to reverse mp4 files online so that they play backwards. No sketchy shit either.
>>
How can i get a swipe keyboard (swype, gboard, swiftkey etc) on my desktop running windows? There are a lot of times I find myself reaching to my keyboard only to type one or two words, and I think it's an unnecessary effort.
>>
File: file.png (83 KB, 2359x941)
83 KB
83 KB PNG
I asked this in the /dpt/ thread already but they're currently discussing Islam.

Left side, with the blue brush = my painting program. The blue 1 was made in one stroke of blue color first. Then, the 2 was made with a second stroke that first goes through the blue 1 but then also goes through itself. It's easy for me to make the old color bluer since I know I haven't modified it yet with the current stroke. But how can I tell that I can modify the color made by the current stroke when I go over it again within the same stroke? Like how can I tell the difference when it's okay to make the color darker? Because as the brush moves, say, left to right, the leftmost part of the brush would try to paint over pixels that were already painted blue by the rightmost part of the brush.
And it gets even worse if the brush is say, two colored. Let's say the left half of the brush is green, the right half is red. Then, if I go left to right, the rightmost pixels will always be painted red, but it should be followed by an increasingly longer "tail" of green, if you know what I mean.

Right side is how it's done in MSPaint. As you can see, even in the top left example, if the yellow brush goes in one stroke through itself, the color gets slightly darker.

Am I missing some blatantly obvious solution here? How can I tell if the brush should paint over pixels that the brush just painted within the same stroke?
>>
What exactly does a dock for a laptop do?
Is this just an alternative to using the power adapter or am I missing something?
>>
>>61425989
i read three words of your post but check your transparancy
>>
File: google-photos.jpg (38 KB, 1000x600)
38 KB
38 KB JPG
So I accidentally dumped over 200 GB of porn on this

Is it really unlimited as in unlimited or can I get banned for using too much?
>>
>>61426095
They provide power, additional ports for peripherals, occasionally additional hardware, and, best of all, you can leave everything attached to the dock at the end of the day, then stroll off with just the laptop.
>>
Best app/service for downloading music to my (android) phone? I'm fine with paying a few bucks. Preferably not a streaming service because I have parts of my commute without internet
>>
>>61425948
Swype .com has a version for Windows on their site. If that doesn't work there's something called InScribe

Also, the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Update will include a Swype keyboard, so then there won't be any software needed
>>
I just tried to remove the PPA source for Flux (Kilian/Flux or something like that), because I installed Redshift instead. Now when i run sudo apt-get update, I get this error(?) that i didn't have before.

W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://packages.linuxmint.com/ qiana/main amd64 Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/packages.linuxmint.com_dists_qiana_main_binary-amd64_Packages)
W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://packages.linuxmint.com/ qiana/upstream amd64 Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/packages.linuxmint.com_dists_qiana_upstream_binary-amd64_Packages)
W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://packages.linuxmint.com/ qiana/import amd64 Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/packages.linuxmint.com_dists_qiana_import_binary-amd64_Packages)
W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://packages.linuxmint.com/ qiana/main i386 Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/packages.linuxmint.com_dists_qiana_main_binary-i386_Packages)
W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://packages.linuxmint.com/ qiana/upstream i386 Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/packages.linuxmint.com_dists_qiana_upstream_binary-i386_Packages)
W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://packages.linuxmint.com/ qiana/import i386 Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/packages.linuxmint.com_dists_qiana_import_binary-i386_Packages)
W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://extra.linuxmint.com/ qiana/main amd64 Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/extra.linuxmint.com_dists_qiana_main_binary-amd64_Packages)
W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://extra.linuxmint.com/ qiana/main i386 Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/extra.linuxmint.com_dists_qiana_main_binary-i386_Packages)
W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty/main amd64 Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_trusty_main_binary-amd64_Packages)


... etc. it goes on for a while(, but 4chan is telling me i exceeded the character limit "6600/2000")
What do?
>>
>>61426217
NewPipie lets you easily download YouTube music for free.

You just need to download F-Droid and you can get it there.

Paid streaming services like Spotify and Deezer let you save music too, but in an encrypted format and from my experience those apps drain the battery extremely fast
>>
what happen to callisto
>>
>>61425781
whats a good anonymous throwaway email to make a youtube account with?
>>
One of the two fans on my video card is dead...sorta. It only kicks in when the fan speed is set to 70% or more. This means my video card goes from silent to jet engine multiple times every minute, which is annoying as fuck. Can't afford a new card in this market, so I'm trying to figure a free way out to fix this.

I have a fan lying around. I was thinking of taking the bad one out, reapplying thermal paste, then strapping the case fan on with some zip ties over the space where the old one was. Only problem is the case fan is only 26.2 cfm. Do you think this would work?
>>
exactly what is net neutrality?
>>
>>61426619
a word that has since lost its original meaning in the background noise of competing views as to what, exactly, net neutrality actually is and is supposed to do
but when a concept like net neutrality relies on federal government control, that should scream a warning to you
the less federal control, the better, Americans should do better to stand up for their state rights
>>
>>61426650
>net neutrality
>state right
oh boy
>>
>>61426650
>authority of private business is better than authority of the state
wew
>>
>>61426619
It means prohibiting ISPs from discriminating/prioritizing certain traffic. Without it they can block or change the speed of any traffic they want, which is pretty much pure suck for the end user and any websites that can't afford to shell out billions to keep up with the big boys. Especially bad for startups.
>>
>>61426126
I don't know what you mean. The blue color is transparent in that picture (Alpha channel set to 125) and I check for each pixel in the brush that goes over a canvas pixel if it should paint the canvas pixel with a new color (if it hasn't been already painted by a previous pixel from the brush; otherwise I would keep re-painting what I already painted with the brush without going over it again). But then, how can I tell that when I go up and back again through the same stroke with the brush that "now" it's okay for the color to be re-painted with a bluer shade of blue since now the colors are allowed to interact?
>>
>>61426791
Yes, when it's not taken to the extreme. Ever heard of moderation? A little bit of everything.
Also, laws > regulation. There is a difference.
>>
>>61426927
but taking it to the extreme means extreme profit so they will always do it if they can?
>>
I got a hand-me-down computer with a Noctua NH-U12S cooler in it, but it doesn't have a fan or fan clips. The only problem is on the Noctua website, all of the available fans for sale are 'NH' models. Am I just shit out of luck, and have to buy a whole new cooler?
>>
>>61425989
Ignoring the bizarre half-and-half example you only need to paint with the leading edge of the brush.

>>61426308
What the hell did you do to remove it? Try sudo rm /var/lib/apt/lists/*
>>
>>61426990
Taking something to the extreme isn't healthy for a company. See Intel, the last time they slapped EXTREME on something consumers ended up with a housefire.
>>
There's nothing wrong with repealing net neutrality. Why are you so much worried over it, goys? It won't affect you, it's strictly between Google and other evil companies and ISPs.
>>
>>61427012
>Noctua NH-U12S

You don't need a noctua fan, but you need the clips. Maybe you can zip tie in the meanwhile?
>>
>>61426927
The myth of the rational actor in economics has been well and truly disproven. Game theory is a dead meme, get with the picture.
>>
>>61427012
Any of noctua's square 120mm or 140mm fans can easily fit on it, and you have an NH to begin with.
>>
>>61427044
i disagree and your example is about a product not about a business strategy
>>
>>61426479
anybody?
>>
>>61426459
need answer
>>
>>61427069
I should probably just go with a square 120mm one, then.
>>61427061
The only other fan I had was a Cooler Master one, but it was pretty small.
>>
>>61426927
Businesses are 98% opportunistic greed and 2% the expectation that appearing altruistic will help them somehow in the future. I'm not saying you won't get the odd well intended owner, but left unattended the business sector will absolutely bleed us for everything we're worth. There's more proof of this than practically anything in human history.
>>
>>61427091
Yeah, even if you get the clips it has to be the same size or they won't fit.
>>
>>61427093
>but left unattended the business sector will absolutely bleed us for everything we're worth
That's what laws are for. Net neutrality isn't a law.
>>
>>61427027
>What the hell did you do to remove it?
I just removed the one thing.
But I'm thinking that the warnings i'm getting now might have been "suppressed" by that package somehow. Because that Flux package was giving me some error, which is part of the reason I uninstalled it. So now that it's gone, that's probably why i get these warnings instead.
>Try sudo rm /var/lib/apt/lists/*
What does this do? Isn't it bad if i delete all package lists?
>>
>>61427102
On their website, it says the 120mm size fan (that i'm looking at) has a 105x105 mm mounting hole spacing. Is that big enough to fit on the NH-U12S, or should I go with a bigger one?
>>
>>61427151
Well the holes are offset from the edges a bit obviously. The fan that comes with it is 120mm, so you want a 120mm fan. Not sure if the hole spacing is standardized or whatnot. Why not just get the noctua fan? I know they're pricy but they are great fans, and very quiet while still pushing a lot of air.
>>
Does the radeon driver for Ubuntu support dual monitors? I've tried everything to get both of my monitors (external and the laptop's screen) to work but either the laptop screen shuts off or both of them shut off
Would a clean reinstall help? I upgraded the system from 15.10 to 16.04
>>
>>61427122
The lists get downloaded fresh when you do an update.
>>
>>61427176
Sorry if I didn't make it clear. I am looking at one of the Noctua fans. The NH-U12S says it's compatible with 120x120x25 size fans, and the one i'm looking at (NF-S12A PWM) is a 120x120x25. I just want to make sure before I buy anything that it'd be one that'll fit on my model.
>>
>>61427231
http://noctua.at/en/nh-u12s.html

On the specs page, it comes with a NF-F12 PWM.

http://noctua.at/en/nf-f12-pwm/specification
http://noctua.at/en/nf-s12a-pwm/specification

Hole spacing is same on both, and both are 4-pin PWM so I think they'll both fit. The nf-s12a looks better though, pushes more air at lower rpm.
>>
>>61427271
Ah, that's what I was looking for. I couldn't find the fan that was included on it. Thanks for helping!
>>
>>61426459
need answer
>>
>>61427338
Just use Gmail... if you set your country to an African one you don't need a phone.
>>
>>61427372
google? with youtube? are you mad?
>>
Since I'm a poorfag and my monitors DC in jack is loose/my DC plug is faulty, would it be a good idea to use solder as a filling to bridge the connection between the two (like a cavity filling?)? Or would this burn my house down?
>>
>>61427402
What's the problem?
>>
Would having dropbox set to my small SSD shorten its lifespan?
>>
>>61427415
That's what solder is made for. If you are worried about it handling mains voltage, it won't get hot because it has very low resistance. Have fun trying to heat all that metal without melting the surrounding plastic though.
>>
>>61427530
Crap... Totally forgot about the plastic. Guess I'll save it for a last resort. Thanks anon.
>>
Dear /sqt/.

I know it will sound stupid and all but - is browsing "red" sites like redtube or xhamster even safe? Several years ago simply accessing websites with porn content would mean automatical flood of malware. Did it change?
>>
>>61427670
Hasn't changed at all. You only need to look at all the scripts or 3rd parties blocked to realize it's all still the same garbage since the xxx porn days.
>>
>>61427670
YouTube-dl supports many porn sites if you wanna get the via while browsing with ad blocking and no script etc
>>
If I buy a 4chan pass, does that make me able to shitpost in a dorm without getting banned because of someone else's wrongdoing?
>>
>>61427478
Obviously yes. Anything that writes to your SSD shortens your lifespan. You want to keep only stuff that almost never gets updated but is accessed regularly on your SSD.
>>
>>61427801

But does it cover links from metasearch engines like yellingtoilet?
>>
File: zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.png (516 KB, 1280x960)
516 KB
516 KB PNG
What is a good modem AND router for multi-computer gaming?

I'm moving into an apartment with my brother as we both just graduated and by are on steam constantly gaming after work.

What is a good router and Modem that accommodate 2 PC users, one being line in and the other being over wifi (900 sq ft and 2 rooms on opposite ends so one of us has to be over the router)

I'm trying to keep it under $250 if I can.
>>
File: Screenshot (42).png (2.14 MB, 1920x1080)
2.14 MB
2.14 MB PNG
Trying to install Gentoo on a virtual box and it's not letting me install GRUB2 for some inane reason.

Any help?
>>
>>61428119
Efi directory and boot directory are different things. You are inane!
>>
>>61428157
I tried both and neither work.
What do?
>>
>>61426198
man i had 4 google acc just to keep some old normie backups like photos, docs etc on google drive and after year or something i noticed that files just start to disapear. and there was no porn or something just normal files. fuck google really.
>>
>>61428187
You need to point boot directory to /boot and efi directory to your efi firmware directory. Probably /boot/EFI but I don't know. It says this in the man
>>
My hard drive sounds like it's about to have a fucking aneurysm, I can hear this shit upstairs, and I finally ordered a new one lest it suddenly die on me. Do I just plug my new drive in, use Reflect or other cloning software to clone my old drive to my new one, unplug the loud as fuck one and boot Windows from the new one and Bob's my uncle? Or will I have to install Windows all over again on the new drive? I just want clarification before I fuck something that should be simple up royally.
>>
I know some basic programming stuff from a class I took but otherwise I know crap
I want to make something that will help boost my programming skills in 2 months, what do I do? what language? I just really don't know where to start. I'm a huge weeb if that helps
>>
File: 1474532540672.jpg (8 KB, 200x200)
8 KB
8 KB JPG
I don't know if I did something a long time ago that's doomed my PC and I'm just finding out about it, or Windows just does this shit
Whenever I try to open certain folders or this fucking Z: drive that randomly appears in the file manager, it says access has been disabled or something similar. Can't open Application Data, which is a shortcut for some reason, but I can open AppData.
Any reason for this or way around it?
>>
>>61428403
Also, only user on the computer.
>>
>>61428403
They are just ghost volumes, don't worry about it. Old systems tend to get haunted.
>>
File: 1472682213082.png (53 KB, 707x440)
53 KB
53 KB PNG
>>61428423
I wanna doubt you, but it sounds just absurd enough to be something that would happen.
>>
>>61428119
double check handbook wiki article Using UEFI, especially fstype. It should be formatted in fat
>>
Do other parts than batteries wear out significantly in UPSs? I found a used one for a pretty good price, but it looks a little beat-up.
>>
>>61428440
Windows is so shit the dead rise to haunt it out of spite, call Gentoo Busters
>>
>>61428507
I did format it into fat.
>>
>>61428090
Picrelated is highly unnecessary. Your modem will depend on your ISP. Your router could be any decent brand like netgear or linksys that has a/b/g/n. AC optional. I'd really consider running a long ethernet cable to the second pc, or taking a stab at powerline adaptors. If your wiring is good, they can be about 2/3 as good as ethernet.
>>
So up until recently, my dad has given me one of his extra Kaspersky key for whatever bundle he purchases and that's what I've used for years. Now it's expired and I have no antivirus software. Is there anything free I should get or is antivirus just a meme for the less tech savvy?
>>
Is it possible to replace the KDE compositor with something else?

KWin is being a jackass. Even compiz works fine.
>>
File: 1496622103669.png (86 KB, 337x441)
86 KB
86 KB PNG
Keepass or keepassx and why?
>>
If I pirate Adobe software, is it safe to use it while connected to the internet?
>>
>>61428440
Has happened before. Inserted an old dvd once that duplicated the contents of a previous dvd that was used, but when contents are clicked nothing happens or explorer freezes.
>>
any good temp phone numbers that youtube will take?
>>
>>61428720
Safe? What are you worried about, the feds knocking down your door? Pop ups calling you bad names? Using outdated versions of software most commonly used for exploits?
>>
>>61428827
I mean will the software attempt to perform some online check-in, realize it's pirated, and stop working.
>>
Hey, so I want to back up my entire OS drive (Win 7) to a folder on an external drive I have so that I can root through the files as I need to fetch whatever from it while formatting and setting up either Windows 7 or some form of Linux (haven't decided yet, might dualboot). It's only 120gb of data. Previously when I tried this many hard drives ago, I ran into permissions errors even after trying to set them to all access, but I think I may have just done something wrong. What do?
>>
>>61428887
If you look for the proper ways of pirating that shit they may give you instructions on what to block to prevent this anyways.
>>
File: 1420099814802.jpg (13 KB, 250x239)
13 KB
13 KB JPG
any DBA/ aspiring DBA in here? When is it better to use supertype vs seperate entities?

for example:
artwork: title, description, type
animation: title, description, length

vs.
content: title, description
-> artwork: type
-> animation: length


is there a notable performance difference or anything?
>>
>>61428906
You use cloning software.
>>
>>61428906
>but I think I may have just done something wrong
If you're trying to copy windows system files while the windows system is running you're going to run into trouble. You'll have to boot up using a live OS off USB or CD and use that to copy over everything from the hard drive onto another one.
>>
>>61428906
> rooting through files
Disgusting

>I think I may have just done something wrong, wat do
Hide the evidence and fabricate an alibi
>>
running win 10
my pc will occasionally lag like crazy, usually when under a heavy load though, like starting a game. when i open task manager to see what the issue is, its always System taking up all my disk space. As soon as i open task manager though, it usually "fixes" itself, that process stops fucking my shit up, and everything runs fine again. ive run multiple scans with multiple programs so i doubt its anything malicious, pretty sure its just because win 10 is shit. I dont remember the name of it, but i have that idle disk defrag setting enabled, could that be my issue?
>>
Should I enable or disable upnp in my router?
>>
>>61428951
Disable real-time protection
>>
>>61428962
if you don't understand the need for it, you don't need it enabled
>>
>>61428932
>>61428941
I'll take a look into both of these, thank you!

>>61428949
The point of this is to get more organized. I spent a lot of time on this particular Windows install tweaking and finding out what software I liked and didn't like, and it's starting to get bogged down a bit. I figure a fresh install is healthy, but I also have quite a lot of files/etc. that I might need to grab and I don't wanna take any chances with forgetting to back something up.
>>
>>61428971
disabled it over a year ago, even disabled it in the group policies too
>>
>>61428981
Even when I play online? Only asking because it apparently is more of a sucurity threat than anything.
>>
I'd like to build a security-conscious media server, meaning nothing with Intel ME or any other variants. Are there single board computers that support 10-bit decoding, or will I be building a small pc? What kind of processors would be ideal for this kind of situation? Also I'd really like to be able to shitpost on it as well, so enough power to run a single instance of firefox would also be ideal.
>>
>>61428995
Go to task scheduler and list all running tasks and tasks that are scheduled to fire up that haven't yet. Post screencap for NSA purposes. Don't worry, it's for benign reasons.
>>
i use my laptop connected to my tv but often have nothing playing on my tv
are there any places that specialise in like videos of nice things to have on in the background (ive been using a video of ocean creatures i got off youtube up until now) that you can download for free (preferably in hd too)
thanks
>>
>>61429009
its purpose is for easier networking of "plug-and-play" devices on a LAN.
>>
I deleted everything that contains "Microsoft" or Windows" from my Windows firewall which has the setting "outbound connections that do not match a rule are blocked" and now my browser won't work even after making a rule that allows it. Someone tell me how to fix this?
>inb4 "don't use Windows because its a botnet"
>>
>>61428951
Man, I really wonder what sausage + Milkybar taste like
>>
I have some experience with C
should I learn python or C++ next?
>>
>>61429094
>deleting firewall rules for windows when using windows
>something breaks
gee never saw that coming. try repair windows or something
>>
Backup guy here. Is an EaseUS Todo Free System Backup the strat here? My OS drive is only one partition, I can't tell if this is optimal or not because the site is in engrish. Thanks once again.
>>
>>61429186
acronis
clonezila
>>
More of a meta question, but why don't we talk about A/V stuff all that often except for some headphone threads?
>>
>>61428784
need answer
>>
>>61429094
well since you already fucked your shit up you might as well just disable windows firewall service
>>
>>61425781
I have an OSVR and I'm trying to get it to work with SteamVR. I keep on getting error 400 and 306. How do I fix this?

I've looked at so many guides, and a lot of them have things that are just not there.
>>
Has anyone had any experience with Ebay? I just had a motherboard sell today and I have the funds in my PayPal, but the buyer has 0 feedback and hasn't replied to my message yet. Could it be a scam?
>>
Is cockli's down? I am getting tls CA errors.
>>
>>61429219
Yeah I think I'm going to use Glasswire since I already have it installed but never used it.
>>
File: 1499291774978.png (700 KB, 835x554)
700 KB
700 KB PNG
>>61428573
ISP xfinity with 100 mbps

Was prospecting on:
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16825124017&cm_re=netgear_cm600-_-25-124-017-_-Product

Because CM500 has a lot of heating issues.

As for the ethernet option, can't do, 1000 sqft apt. with the only Codax being in the bedrooms on opposite sides.

I'd want his to be connected by wifi but still be able to play without lag at that distance with his desktop and wifi adapter being against the closest wall. Would there be a router you would suggest in particular for him to be able to game as well?
>>
>>61429419
Ethernet cable is doable in the vast majority of situations. Just run it along the roof, and use flat cable if you need it to go through doorways.
>>
>>61429210
because you faggots pushed away the anime threads, weeaboos are the autists that have been driving the scene for a long time
>>
>>61429458
I am a weeb, I just want to talk about TVs and sound systems and fap over other rich weebs who buy things out of my price range.
>>
>>61429313
Make sure you document the board and send it recorded delivery. eBay selling is always a little risky, but there are protections for sellers if you follow their rules
>>
>>61429419
For modem either use comcast provided or buy a recommended modem like surfboard if you plan on using their service for a year or two and want to save money.Don't forget to bridge modem to router.

For router it depends. If your house is large enough or has enough barriers, one router might not be an option. Wifi has its limits, and paying way too much for a router doesn't change that. You could set up a second router if you can cover part of the distance with ethernet, or use powerline. Also the quality of his wifi adapter will make a difference, as will the amount of interference from microwaves/bluetooth/other devices and wifi networks.
>>
whats the most powerful website/software with regard to song lyrics (i guess i mean like checking to see what songs include a phrase etc)
>>
>>61429553
google search
>>
nmap says my port 8080 isn't open, and i need it open.

my network:
>pc connected on lan to a wireless access point router running openwrt
>wap router connected on wan to gateway router

i've port forwarded 8080 on the gateway to the wap and on the wap to the pc, and added a firewall exception for 8080. any idea why 8080 is still showing as closed?
>>
>>61429453
Got vaulted ceilings, so can't run it along the roof readily easy.

>>61429527
Gonna be using them for about 2 or so years at this place (only option in the area) So I intend on getting a good modem for that.

As for the router to the 2nd PC, its about 45 feet away behind 2 walls. Any suggestions for PC gaming with a wifi adaptor on that?
>>
>>61429711
In use by a program. Pretty common port. I can think of several programs that use it natively
>>
>>61429719
You'll have to see how well it does. You will definitely introduce some latency, but whether that's enough to introduce a noticeable difference is hard to predict. If he has problems, look for a well reviewed wifi adapter. If that still doesn't cut it, you may have to shell out for powerline. In your situation I probably wouldn't even bother switching out the stock gateway except to save on lease fees. It's unlikely to be the weak link.
>>
>>61429711
>connected on wan to gateway router
Wut.
>>
>>61429796
I assume he meant wlan on the gateway.
>>
would case fans typically out perform gpu fans?
>>
>>61429809
Yes, but you'd need to make custom shrouds and mounts. Hardly seems worth it.
>>
File: 1473814274356.jpg (16 KB, 360x109)
16 KB
16 KB JPG
>>61429751
i changed my code to use 23566 and updated my firewalls for that port. now nmap is saying it's filtered which nmap docs say means a firewall is blocking it. what firewall could i have missed if i've port forwarded both routers and added rules to windows firewall?

>>61429804
this
>>
I just installed Debian testing with net install by mistake. Installed XFCE and everything was perfectly fine, but I wanted the stable version. I reinstalled it exactly like I did but now with the stable net install .iso. Exactly like I did before.

But now, something (XFCE?) recognises two screens even so I have only one, and it's the second one. Now, everything I open goes to a screen I cannot fucking see. What do?
>>
Does DBAN work if you have your HDD connected via USB or do I need to swap out the SSD I have in my laptop?
>>
does anyone know a temp phone number that youtube will take?
>>
>>61429875
The HDD you want to wipe connected via USB, that is
>>
>>61429851
>?
Do you haf a modem too?

>>61429870
what does xrandr print out?
If there is a /etc/X11/xorg.conf you could try moveing it away/deleting it.
>>
>>61429900
>do
yes
>>
>>61429881
it should, I'm sure dban offers options for stuff like how many passes and so on, and multiple drives have been a thing for over a decade so being able to select which drive to nuke shouldn't be an issue
>>
>>61429938
Well nothing happens when I hit enter to enter interactive mode so something's fucky
>>
I'm pretty green to linux. I've been on windows all my life and installed ubuntu only a week ago.

I've gone through a few tutorials online that mainly helped get me familiar with the command terminal and VIM, but where do I go from here?

What's a good free source to really start digging into the meat of Linux?
>>
>>61429900
There's no /etc/X11/xorg.conf

xrandr prints
Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 2048 x 768, maximum 8192 x 8192
eDP-1 connected primary 1024x768+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 312mm x 234mm
1024x768 85.00*+ 75.03 70.07 60.00
928x696 60.05
896x672 60.01
960x600 60.00
832x624 74.55
960x540 59.99
800x600 85.00 75.00 70.00 65.00 60.00 85.14 85.06 72.19 75.00 60.32 56.25
840x525 85.02 74.96 69.88 60.01 59.88
800x512 60.17
700x525 85.08 74.76 70.06 59.98
640x512 85.02 75.02 60.02
720x450 59.89
640x480 85.09 60.00 85.01 75.00 72.81 75.00 66.67 59.94
720x400 85.04 70.08
680x384 59.80 59.96
640x400 85.08
576x432 85.15 85.09 75.00 75.00 70.00 60.06
640x350 85.08
512x384 85.00 75.03 70.07 60.00
416x312 74.66
400x300 85.27 72.19 75.12 60.32 56.34
320x240 85.18 72.81 75.00 60.05
360x200 85.04
320x200 85.27
320x175 85.27
HDMI-1 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis)
HDMI-2 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis)
DP-1 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis)
HDMI-3 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis)
DP-2 connected 1024x768+1024+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 312mm x 234mm
1024x768 85.00*+ 75.03 70.07 60.00
1280x1024 60.02
1152x864 75.00
832x624 74.55
800x600 85.06 72.19 75.00 60.32 56.25
640x480 85.01 75.00 72.81 66.67 59.94
720x400 70.08
>>
I want a generic way to search files in the file system in a VMDK (search via file name or file hash) I have searched quite a bit but have not found such a tool. Is this something I will have to create? If so would I need to mount each VMDK before searching the file system or is there be a non-mounting way to do it? Would there be a performance hit if I had to mount the VMDKs vs doing it in non-mounting way?
>>
>>61429955
archwiki, virtually everything to do with linux except package management is universal so it works fine for issues with other distros/learning linux
>>
>>61429960
Forgot to mention, I'm using the DP-2, 1024x768
>>
>>61429960
Check for files in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d
>>
File: mullvad.png (25 KB, 315x315)
25 KB
25 KB PNG
>>61425781
Which vpn is best? (one that doesn't log and doesn't have any data about you + is trusted [bonus points for similar cases like PIA where the FBI couldn't get anything]) and is there any easy way to test the VPN security?

Also why would I pay for mullvad, if I could just generate an account number each 3 hours?
>>
>>61429977
There's no file like that in there

Output of ls inside /etc/X11
app-defaults
default-display-manager
fonts
rgb.txt
xinit
xkb
Xreset
Xreset.d
Xresources
Xsession
Xsession.d
Xsession.options
xsm
XvMCConfig
Xwrapper.config
>>
>>61429020
anyone know anything?
>>
>>61429960
Dunno where eDP-1 is coming from but a workaround is just to put xrandr --output eDP-1 --off in a startup script like ~/.xsessionrc
>>
>>61430106
I'm sorry, but I don't know anything about linux, so, if I got it right, you're saying me to run this

xrandr --output eDP-1 --off > ~/.xsessionrc 


And then add this script to run on startup, like I did this way in Arch?
systemctl enable <service>
>>
>>61430142
Lol wat
No
Put that command in .xessionrc
>>
>>61430157
I really don't know shit about linux man. So I put xrandr --output eDP-1 --off in the file, and that's it?
>>
>>61430215
Yes
>>
>>61430227
wew, thanks lad. Will try.
>>
>>61429879
need answer
>>
How do I get my DVD drive to stop randomly opening/closing on its own without disconnecting it?
>>
>>61430227
It werks. During login it still recognise the two screens, but I'll enable auto login anyway. So thanks mate
>>
File: IMG_0611.jpg (441 KB, 2661x1518)
441 KB
441 KB JPG
>>61426479
>>61427082

Well, I went ahead and did it. Pic related. Pretty impressed with the results. The fans maxed out are practically silent compared to the whine of the stock ones.

Temps before/after:
Idle: 47 / 63
Load: 72 / 85

So it runs about 13-15 degrees cooler! Replacing the thermal paste had a lot to do with it I'm sure. There was a fuckload of it, and it was all over the pcb surrounding the die.
>>
File: awd.png (1 KB, 326x19)
1 KB
1 KB PNG
This pesky little bitch keeps popping up, making the usb connected/disconnected noise every half an hour or so. Even when I have nothing plugged in.
The fuck famalam.
>>
>>61430380
Your fans are on backwards
>>
>>61430425
Wow, I'm fucking retarded. I plugged one in to double check, and must have flipped it anyways. Shit, thanks for pointing out.
>>
>>61430425
Wait, they're supposed to pull air into the hsf, aren't they?
>>
>>61430512
the fans in the pic are going to blow air off the hsf
In the picture,the fans are going to rotate counter clockwise and push air off the hsf
>>
When I turn on my laptop and connect to wifi it will disconnect from the internet after about 15 seconds, I then have to reconnect 2-3 more times because it will sometimes lose connection again

It only happens on my laptop, no other device has a problem with the wifi
but strangely enough, this same laptop doesn't have any problems with any other wifi networks other than my home one

wtf, any ideas?
>>
>>61430551
How can you tell?

Because if I look at the curvature of the blades, it suggests the air will be pushed into the heatsink.
>>
>>61430551
>>61430582

Yeah, I'm confused. I just took one fan off and plugged it in. When I hold a piece of paper against the side in the pic, it gets sucked in. The arrow on the side of the fan also indicates the direction I had it is exhaust.
>>
>>61430607
is intake*
>>
I'm getting high spikes of CPU usage in Firefox, what gives? Doesn't seem to be extensions since even keeping to bare minimum of uBlock Origin, uMatrix, and Greasemonkey it happens. I even "refreshed" it and still same issue.
>>
>>61430582
The fins.They are going to rotate counter clockwise and push the air outward.
The smaller part of the
>>
>>61430656
That makes no sense, do you have any understanding of fans at all?
>>
File: aoeu.jpg (5 KB, 182x241)
5 KB
5 KB JPG
Can a weird pattern on a mousepad cause a optical mouse (G400) to track badly?

I got a new mousepad and it has a custom print thing, it tracks mostly fine but if I try to swipe the mouse fast it sometimes just randomly moves downward and fucks up.

Is it just because it's a shit material or is it because of the pattern? The mouse doesn't have this problem on other mousepads.
>>
>>61426198
How do you accidentally upload 200GB of data? Maxing out your upload makes for a very shitty internet experience.
>>
>>61426459
Does this work? http://www.fakenamegenerator.com/
>>
>>61430690
I've heard texture or design can make lower tier optical mice to fuck up, but the g400 has top of the line sensors, so it shouldn't be an issue.
I would try contacting Logitech and ask if the sensors will have any specific failures in that regard.
>>
File: ydLnT9m.jpg (294 KB, 614x1024)
294 KB
294 KB JPG
If me and my roomate both have PCs, and we're both trying to play overwatch at the same time, should a 100mbps speed from our ISP, a 24x8 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem (one computer connected via ethernet) and a 1.8GHz Dual-Core Processor Dual Band router with MU-MIMO and Wave 2 be able to handle us both without lag?
>>
>>61430791
yes
>>
>>61429879
>>61430242
try textnow
>>
>>61430690
I've had a dead spot before with a Explorer 3.0 (red LED) and a red Ferrari mousepad, so it can obviously have an impact.
>>
>>61430812
So the other computer that is over wifi shouldn't have an issue?
>>
Just beginning to learn multithreading in python. If I have multiple threads writing to a file, is there a better way to do this than having every thread except for the one writing to a file sleep for the duration of the writing?
>>
>>61431036
>multithreading in python
Lol.

>is there a better way
You need to either only have one writer (so have other threads put their writes in a queue for the dedicated writing thread to consume) or, yes, syncronise you writes using some locking mechanism. If your are polling and sleeping then that will work but there are locking primitives that can simplify you code.
>>
>>61430791
You don't need a dual band router. That shit only affects your maximum bandwidth, which is already more than you'll ever saturate with internet. And dual-core sure as fuck doesn't matter. You're getting dragged in to BS that's mostly marketed to newbs who don't know better and has no impact on your range. The only thing a good router might fix is bufferbloat, and that's unlikely for 2 people on 100mbps unless one of you torrents like a motherfucker.
>>
>>61431036
Do the threads have any other work they could be doing, instead of sleeping? If they don't, that approach will work. If they do, then consider having them put the write requests into a queue, which should be much faster than the writes to disk, then have another thread that consumes the queued requests and writes them to disk.
>>
>>61430791
The most important thing for online gaming is your latency to your ISP assigned gateway. After that, you should pick servers to play on that are geographically close.
Check what your internet gateway is on your router and run this command in command prompt.

ping <gatewayip>

If this is low (should be below 5ms at least), you're good to go. Also, wifi isn't the greatest for latency either. It might seem fine but if anything messes up the signal you're gonna have lag.
>>
File: 1496007807956.jpg (6 KB, 271x168)
6 KB
6 KB JPG
How do I know if a graphics card or a CPU is "good"? How do I know if it's better than another graphics card or stick of RAM? Is an 8 GB stick of RAM from brand A just as good as an 8 GB stick of RAM from brand B? I don't understand what's the difference between a 1070 or a 1080, or what a 470 is, or anything. Are bigger numbers better?
>>
Can I use nekopaw to scrape boorus that aren't on its list, or is it missing the feature to add sites?
>>
i have a powerful pc that i used to bot games and shit but i just got bored of said game and have quit botting so now i have a powerful pc that does nothing but torrenting and the occasional games

is there a way to keep the torrents up and running but try to minimize the power usage to its minimum?

all the torrents are being seeded with an internal hdd so for me to move it to my laptop or use a pi, i need to get a housing or some sort for it?
>>
>>61430791
You might see if your ISP supports Docsis 3.1 in your area. It's unlikely, but if they do it does great shit for prioritizing traffic.
>>
>>61430425
>>61430551
>>61430656

Well, you were wrong. I had them on right. But I remounted them a bit nicer this time, and my load temps are a couple degrees cooler now, so thanks.
>>
Does thermal paste taste good?
>>
>>61431186
For picking GPU/CPU, look for benchmark tests of software/games similar to what you want to use it for.

For a quick and dirty list of GPU equivalents see http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gpu-hierarchy,4388.html


For RAM, brand doesn't matter, get the right type for your motherboard/CPU, and don't spend a crazy amount on higher speeds.
>>
>>61431157
>should be below 5ms at least
I wish.
>>
>>61431261
>>>/ck/
>>
>>61431139
then would you have a good modem and router to suggest without sifting through all that malarkey?

Only feature I really see a value in prioritizing it MU-MIMO
>>
File: 1499305011701.jpg (29 KB, 554x400)
29 KB
29 KB JPG
What happens when you transfer a TC-encrypted drive into another machine via sysprep (win7)? When i turn it on for the first time in the new machine, will the TC boot sequence still be intact before windows starts detecting the new hardware and shit?

Also what if i wanted to clone (not sysprep-transfer) said encrypted drive to a larger HDD in the same build afterwards? Will i lose encryption and have to re-encrypt after the cloning is done?
>>
>>61431289
MU-MIMO is going to be pretty much useless to you. For starters, it's unlikely that any of your devices actually support it. It's also a pretty useless feature that tries to cut back on latency in a place where it doesn't exist. Also it works exclusively over wireless AC, which is a 5ghz standard, and therefor doesn't reach as far as 2.4n or pass through walls as well.
>>
>>61431272
Thanks anonfriend.
>>
File: cNS06DG.jpg (76 KB, 505x457)
76 KB
76 KB JPG
>>61431363
well in that case I have no idea what the fuck I'm doing then. What would you suggest. We are in a 920 Square Foot place with 2 thin walls between the router and the receiving PC
>>
What would be the best OS for an old Inspiron n4010 between win 7 and 10?
I know a GNU/Linux distro would be way better, but any other OS is out of the question since this is for my aunt and she won't take the time to learn a new one. She also couldn't care less about privacy as she posts her whole life on facebook, so that's why 10 is an option. Would be mostly for internet and office.

While I wouldn't use it myself, I've read that boot times and general usage with limited resources in 10 would be faster than 7, but I'm unsure about that with all the bullshit they install in background. I'll try to debloat either option as much as possible.
>>
File: 1486464708727s.jpg (6 KB, 250x237)
6 KB
6 KB JPG
>>61425781
So my first time on g but did have a question i guess this really goes out to scripters and coders.

Is it possible on voice chat services like ventrilo, teamspeak, mumble, or discord; to have it where you are unbanable through scripts or in someway able to make yourself admin so that you can't be banned. I know all of these service have different approaches and don't all act the same way but wanted to ask and see if anyone knew.
>>
>>61431440
Bigger numbers are better. There is no raisin not to use win10.
>>
If a game is locked at 60 fps, will having it run at twice the framerate just make perform at twice the speed? Every since getting a 144hz monitor some of my older games are running at hyper speed.
>>
>>61431412
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J8NCVX4

Pretty future proof. Although no guarantees that you'll get a version that supports custom firmware, so lets hope you're happy with stock. There are also cheaper models out there that work well, but it sounds like money's not your primary concern.
>>
>>61431498
No, if you want to not get banned you have to be friendly to people and maybe suck the admin's dick.
>>
>>61431514
Now i know there are ways to get around bans. But you're saying that lets so ventrilo, that there isn't any script out there to make you unbanable or to obtain an admin level? Cause im not to good on scripting of coding but shouldn't there be a way to write a script for it? I know the networking part of it Like vpns proxies, changing your physical id. But what makes it impossible in the coding world and scripting world to get around this?
>>
>>61431541
Get a power glove and learn to be a 1337 hacker.
>>
>>61431550
I mean what makes it impossible to write a script for it then? When someone goes through a proxy they're changing their location and network id. Then the system thinks it's a diff user same with your physical id. And then you're unbanned so what are technical reason. What are the coding and script limitations then?
>>
>>61431570
Because admins have accounts registered and elevated permissions on the server. So to get that yourself you would have to hack the server. Or bribe some chump.
As to avoiding bans, it seems you already have that down do filthy troll.
>>
>>61431275
You should be getting 5ms to your ISP gateway at least. You would have very shitty internet to be more than that.
This is not the same as latency to server your gaming on.
>>
File: Fire rises.jpg (636 KB, 1200x1600)
636 KB
636 KB JPG
>>61431570
The only thing i could think about would be the certain type of program you're writing the code/script for. I know some basics but visual basic is way diff from say C++. So probably those are the limitations. The other part of it might just be the know how. When i took one class of visual basic i noticed that instead say like music and art where you make stuff based on feelings, and in the moment. Coding and scripting tends to be more mathematical or logical oriented. So that's probably the best educated guess i can come up with.
>>
>>61431236
Go to control panel, Power options, and choose power saver. You should turn off auto sleep mode if your torrent program doesn't keep computer alive.
>>
i was thinking of making a FOSS version of puush and i thought it would be easy to make it in python but then i realized i needed to make a GUI with a system tray
i can do the server side shit but i really have 0 clue on how to do this gui shit, all this example code people have just blow up in my face and always causes errors
anyone have a easy to use python gui that can get what i want (system tray that works like puush)
>>
>>61431615
Right from the networking side. Which is fine but was just wondering from the coding side or scripting side of things if there was a work around more so for curiosities sake but thank you.
>>
>>61431626
30+ is not uncommon for a lot of connections.
>>
>>61431412
If you are just gaming and don't require high bandwidth you should stay on the 2.4ghz spectrum. 2.4ghz spectrum passes through objects easier so you'll probably have less latency issues.
If you have a ton of 2.4ghz routers in your vicinity then use 5ghz.
>>
>>61431509
Some games' physics engine is tied to framerate, like Skyrim for instance. There are many games that work properly at high frame rates.
>>
Can I salvage any parts from an LCD monitor with a leak?
>>
>>61431732
Ehh if that's stuffs leaking you can try to repair it but if you don't know how to handle leaking lcd monitors i'd just toss it and replace it.
>>
>>61425781
I have a bunch of questions.

1 - What graphics card that can run 1080p video and maybe some light gayming that won't explode my shitty dell power supply

2 - Are old opterons still OK in 2017? I'm talking 4200 series stuff.

3 - Why is ECC memory so cheap? Is it just supply and demand or is it worse in some way?

4 - Are old Nvidia quadro cards worth keeping. They throw away alot of old server stuff at my workplace and some times I take a card just to check it out at home. I recently got one thats pretty large (bigger than a titan x) but still has puny cooling. I suppose I could mine meme coins with them.

5 - Is the Gigabyte GA-G41M-ES2L motherboard any good for anything except libreboot?

6 - Can I run a core 2 quad on a librebooted Gigabyte GA-G41M-ES2L motherboard without some kind of microcode update bullshit?

7 - Best way to back up a failing hard drive without putting it under to much load?

8 - Refurbished HDDs seem sketchy. Are they?
>>
>>61431779
Ehh refurbished hdd yea i'd stay away from those i can say with confidence. The most likely component for fail is your hard drive with most moving parts; so stay away from refurbished hdd personally. You can take the risk if you want but i'd just get a new one. Unless they're offering one hell of a warranty like if this breaks in x amount of years then your hdd replaced with a new one. So caution advised on that end at least.
>>
Is it wrong for me to be happy when there is so much suffering in the world?
>>
how do I into Powershell? any tutorials?
>>
My 280x is really fucking noisy now.
I already cleaned it and changed thermal paste, but still, on idle, its noisy.

Should I apply some kind of lubricant on the fans?
>>
>>61431670
30ms to your ISP gateway is pretty crazy. You must be very far away or have a congested line.
>>
>>61430157
gj m8 you just disabled anon's one working monitor

>>61430142
If you don't know anything about Linux, instead of that, try
xfce4-settings -geometry +0+0

and just configure the other monitor off pointy-clicky-style.

>>61430646
Garbage collection. Probably.

>>61431647
Depends on what toolkit you're using or want to use for the GUI. GTK, Qt, Tk all have different approaches. It's you and google on this one, fám.

>>61431779
>7 - Best way to back up a failing hard drive without putting it under to much load?
As long as it's spinning, damage is happening. Image now, sort out the filesystem later. If Linux, consider a program like ddrescue that tries very hard to read all the blocks.
>8 - Refurbished HDDs seem sketchy. Are they?
I wouldn't run away immediately from a manufacturer-recertified drive, but I wouldn't run one outside of a mirror either.
>>
>>61431512
you are a god man, thank you.
>>
I have 2 x 4GB ram. Dual channeled.
Can I just buy a single 8GB ram to get to 16GB? I don't care about performance issues.
>>
>>61431892
>gj m8 you just disabled anon's one working monitor
Except they said it wasn't a real monitor.
>>
File: 1492531909584.jpg (35 KB, 542x616)
35 KB
35 KB JPG
>>61425781
Is there a way to transmit audio over several miles, that isn't over the phone or internet (so no monthly fee basically), and not uhf/radio (so privately)
>>
>>61432113
run a cable
>>
>>61432127
It would be from my house to my car driving around
>>
>>61432113
Get big speakers.
If you have line of sight you could set up something encrypted in the ISM band (like, say, wifi).
>>
File: ANT-MODMIC-la.jpg (97 KB, 960x852)
97 KB
97 KB JPG
I am looking to purchase a mic for of course voip programs while playing games and such.
But i cannot decide on a uni vs omni mic,
I do have a Cherry MX brown mechanical keyboard and a shitty room. Does it really matter?
>>
>>61432135
lots of cable
>>
File: brilliant.jpg (126 KB, 1024x768)
126 KB
126 KB JPG
>>61432150
>>
>>61432148
If you go with modmic- i went with the uni a few years back and its still functioning perfectly.

the omni will pick up your keyboard, since imagine you are not desk mounting it there is literally no reason to pick omni.
>>
Redpill me on thunderbird.
>>
>>61430380
doing shit with nothing to lose is how you learn. welcome to /g/.
>>
>>61430260
it dead. get new one.
>>
>>61432069
oh, derp is me. I blanked on "it's the second one"

>>61432113
The mobile receiver part really complicates matters. Radio is pretty much all you got, and that's regulatory territory. What kind of audio, out of curiosity?
>>
>>61432113
shortwave? there's probably some way to obfuscate the transmission
>>
>>61431882
Honestly I've seen similar stats in 3 different cities.
>>
>>61432249
Yeah you could encrypt it but that is illegal in USA.
>>
>>61427415
just take it apart and do a proper soldering job instead of this half-ass nonsense
>>
>>61432306
there's no bands available for private shortwave radio?
that sucks, but anon didn't say if he was in the USA or not, different countries have different rules regarding frequency use
>>
File: not helpful ryuk.png (392 KB, 639x966)
392 KB
392 KB PNG
>>61431207
Help
How do I into scrape sites
>>
what do my macbros use to convert vid's to webms?
>>
is there a limit to the number of pages you can have going back and forward (as in when you click on the back/forward arrows in firefox)?
will firefox stop remembering past a certain point or any other issues?
also, can you make firefox show all back/fotward pages when you click to see them (ive noticed it wont do past a cwerain amount)?
thanks
>>
>>61428369
As long as you change nothing else then it really can be that easy. Just make a backup for safety.
>>
>>61432394
homebrew ffmpeg
>>
is it possible to track all the registry entries that a program checks when opening?

I have this lawyer software that a small firm of a friend of mine uses and he has it since 2003 and runs on x32 xp but now every PC is x64 and sometimes you can't even find 32 bits drivers so I want to move that program to an x64 computer, however there's no way for me to moe it because the moment I try to open it it says it's an illegal copy so I want to know which registry entry it checks, copy them all and import them in the registry of this new x64 OS.

I'm telling the whole story because maybe you guys know of an alternative I've not think of
>>
>>61432397
this is configurable with browser.sessionhistory.max_total_viewers
>>
I'm trying to get an XP client to join a samba share but it just keeps asking for the password over and over. I'm running Arch and have not changed many settings only defined shares and whitelisted IP's. Windows 7 and up clients can join.

Anyone know what's up? I have searched forever and found nothing that helps.
>>
>>61432413
try regshot
>>
>>61432423
thanks, will give it a try
>>
>>61428587
Microsoft Security Essentials is good enough.
>>
>>61428587
you don't need antivirus if you only use trustworthy sites, which 4chan is not. the archive has had several virus ads
eset online scanner once a week
combofix
tdsskiller
rkill
adwcleaner
all free ofc
>>
>>61428587
Drop Kaspersky like it's hot. That shit's russian malware
>>
>>61432442
MSE is a waste of resources. That shit's been shit for 5+ years
>>
why does the laptop look blurry on my tv? (im using a vga cable)
>>
>>61432487
likely using a lower-than-native resolution
>>
>>61432487
low ppi versus your native display
it's a tv, you're suppose to be far away
>>
>>61432459
>eset online scanner once a week
what were you saying here? reset? if so, whats online scanner?
and do all the other things listed do different or the same things? if the same, which do you recommend?
thanks
>>
>>61432514
eset is the brand
>>
>>61432514
Just get bitdefender and don't forget to use ublock.
>>
>>61432514
eset is the brand, like kaspersky, which isn't malware. kaspersky is responsible for uncovering equation group shit. before wikileaks did vault 7 kaspersky was the go to info source on those fuckers and their exploits (cia/nsa/usa)
rkill reset your extension preferences, something viruses will change
awdcleaner is a french anti virus scanner
tdsskiller is a root kit scanner, just don't use their driver
combofix is something you run in safe mode for good measure if you're having trouble
>>
>>61426650
You didn't even answer the question.
>>
>>61432562
Kaspersky's been getting hit hard lately over their links to the russian government. Whatever they've achieved, it's too much to trust them with what we know now. Also Adw is just a subset of malwarebytes now.
>>
I have several operating systems on my PC. Is it possible to to install a second graphics card and have the different installs each use a different card with xorg.conf fuckery? I assume it would be, so perhaps a better question would be are there any caveats to this? Like, do I have to use the same brand of card or anything like that? I have a bunch of cards lying around but they're all Nvidia and my currently installed card is AMD. No integrated graphics, otherwise I would have tested it that way.
>>
Anyone got a link to a WES7 iso and key that was posted here a few months back?

I lost mine to spinning rust and while making a back up too.
>>
>>61432495
as in if my tv is 1080 i need to be using 1080? if so, the closest option its giving me is 1400x1050
what then?

>>61432504
>low ppi versus your native display
is this fixed by changing the resolution?
i lie about 2 meters away
>>
>>61432617
http://pastebin.com/smjvLZN4
>>
>>61432388
https://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmS6okXK7DZ3Z3jSTW
hiFpTosNaxzihp4VVeQe3pD8ntg4/boards.4chan.org/g/thread/61425781.html#p61432388
>>
>>61432617
http://mirror.corenoc.de/digitalrivercontent.net/
windows, seed you stupid tripfag
and windows loader 2.2.2.7 checksums
4bd81c9565e924a539cf2cd05be3c010 *Read me.txt
323c0fd51071400b51eedb1be90a8188 *Windows Loader.exe
3ba4950bcf43b1c7b714a1d93b57ea86 *Keys.ini
>>
>>61432624
>what then?
make a custom mode/resolution
>>
>>61428906
read a tutorial on robocopy. you can strip the permissions during copy.
>>
>>61432412
so what do i do with that?
>>
>>61432677
what
>>
>>61428951
>Refresh PC
do it.
>>
>>61428906
if you don't care about breaking the installation and only really care about having personal files in the copy, then just use any kind of copy + paste from in linux or an administrator account
if you want a backup that can be restored/installed if need be, then use imagex (windows) or wimlib (linux) to create a .wim file from your ntfs volume
>>
>>61432628
>>61432638

Thanks but that's vanilla 7.

WES7 is a 64bit embedded release of windows 7 that uses the same activation method as XP VL and friends.
it is the only way to have activated 7 on UEFI and bios without loaders or kms emulators and supposedly gets an extra year of updates. You can also heavily customise the OS features it has at install time.
>>
>>61432640
could you explain how?
>>
>>61432734
depends on which OS you're using, i know how to do it in linux
>>
>>61432479
You think anyone in personal data security isn't sucking NSA's big juicy hot dog as a condition of being allowed to operate? You makes your choices in this business.

>>61432360
Radio spectrum in the US is licensed according to how it is used. The ISM bands are about all we have in burgerland without registration, which requires filing and a filing fee in most cases, and prohibits coded messages in most cases.
>>
>>61429014
>security-conscious media server
>shitpost on it as well
pick one. a server is meant to be shoved in a poorly ventilated closet and forgotten for 20 years. also, don't conflate botnet memes with "security".
>>
>>61432724
I'm retarded ofc it's in the /g/ archive

Posting for reference.
https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/g/thread/58938221
>>
what 'amount/frequency' of downloading do you have to stay under in order to avoid your isp contacting you?
>>
>>61432754
Exactly. I don't need 2 governments up in my shit, and I certainly don't need one of them to be janky ass russia
>>
>>61432741
yeah im on win 10
>>
>>61429127
>some experience with C
maybe get more familiar with it before jumping to the next? you can't become good if you spend your time memorizing shit just because it's different.
>>
>>61432681
what i said. I downloaded ffmpeg but now i have to install it? or build whatever the fuck? I tried looking it up but all guides are done pre 2014 and by weird spanish pricks.

Don't really want to install brew, but it doesn't even seem like the task is complete once i install ffmpeg, sounds like theres more to be done just to convert some vids to webm
>>
best clipboard application for win 10?
>>
>>61432412
>>61432681
nvm seems too messy I don't want to muck up my computer with shite that I won't ever be able to clean up just so I can post some cool webm's on this dumb site
>>
never bought a domain before. want to purchase one. common sense leads me to believe the huge sites like godaddy and others have some markup and fucky practices so where can i get one for reasonable prices?
>>
Is there an easy way to torrent individual songs, like popcorntime fixed streaming movies?
>>
>>61432961
you mean if is there a service for that? I dn't think so
>>
>>61432961
download the torrent file for the album or discography and choose the ones you want.
>>
what does it mean to list hings by 'best match' in ebay? and other sites more generally
>>
>>61432973
Yeah, obviously. I'm asking if there's an app or something that makes it more convenient. They've done the fuck out of that for video.
>>
how do you decide what to do (on the internet) when you want to do more than one thing?
>>
File: 1494987128808.jpg (23 KB, 480x320)
23 KB
23 KB JPG
>>61433026
Tabs my friend. Tabs.
>>
>>61432976
Sorts by whatever the text search/ranking algorithm thinks is most relevant, same as the sort of sorting you get with google results.
>>
>>61432934
webm for retards but might not support icuck
it's in the shitlord git
>>
>>61429999
Because you'd have to do that shit every three hours, maybe they'd eventually ban your IP or something I dunno

PROTIP: don't buy 12months+ on a cheap ass VPN then be surprised when the performance goes to shit after a couple of months so you have to find another one.

Mullvad is great. A bit more pricey then the cheapest but at least it's month by month so if it ever goes to shit you can just cancel.
>>
>>61433059
they have an ffmpeg for mac and i saw the github but I don't want to filthy my comp with shit that's just going to take up space and never be completely wiped from it.

How do non retards make webms?
>>
>>61433096
>filthy my comp
>ffmpeg
>>
File: how to make a gif.gif (187 KB, 640x360)
187 KB
187 KB GIF
>>61433096
>>
does something exist that expands images when you hover over them like in 4chan but for the whole internet (firefox)?
>>
SteamFag from the other thread.

It turns out all I had to do was clear Steam's browser cache and cookies....I guess I click a lot.

Now my question, much less serious but annoying, is: I added the old steam library (because I reinstalled Steam to a different drive) to the new location but it isn't recognizing the library in SteamLibrary. The folder it reads it from is F:Steam, which contains SteamLibrary. Do I just need to refresh or does it only read what is directly contained in the assigned folder?

I tried assigning it separately but stupidly enough I'm limited to one folder per partition. The ride never ends but at least I can play muh games
>>
>>61433096
;inux doesn't have this problem
>>
can i make torrents stop downloading as soon as they start seeding in utorrent?
>>
>>61433129
Also, I can edit libraryfolders.vdf if I absolutely need to but it seems kind of unnecessary.
>>
i found this old thinkpad, pentium mobile, 512 ram and put bunsenlabs linux on it, i use vlc for videos and midori for browsing, midori is kinda slow and vlc video lags around the 720p mark, is there anything more lightweight or any possible fix for this?
>>
>>61433135
pause when completed
>>
File: satanic.jpg (256 KB, 957x720)
256 KB
256 KB JPG
>>61433096
Install homebrew

brew install ffmpeg --with-libvpx

ffmpeg -i gayniggerporn.mp4 -c:v libvpx -crf 4 -b:v 1500k -vf scale=640:-1 -an -ss 00:19:29.000 -to 00:19:37.000 output.webm
>>
>>61433176
that's what I recommended the faget do in the first place
>>
How much should I sell an unopened i3-6100 for?
>>
>>61433194
50 bucks, free shipping
>>
File: 1466984749641.jpg (244 KB, 756x720)
244 KB
244 KB JPG
Could I be a little bit of a jew and go for $80, plus the free shipping? Trying to flip it so I can get an i5 .
>>
does hdmi allow for interaction between a laptop and tv say as oppose to vga, or does it depend on something else?
>>
>>61433253
what exactly do you mean by "interaction"
>>
>>61433238
you could go 90, but it might not sell very fast
>>
>>61433262
like maybe if i press something on my laptop it'll 'speak' to the tv
like could i have it change 'output/source' (ie a tv channel or my laptop or a dvd player etc) from the television channel to my laptop by pressing something on the :APTOP as oppose to the TV REMOTE (caps intended as italics)
>>
think of an audio splitter, so two people etc can listen to one source etc
can you do the reverse: two sources (or more) to one output?
>>
>>61425781
should i care about usb 3.1 type c on a smartphone?
>>
>>61433529
oohhh i see. i know hdmi can do that but i've never owned a tv that did that so i dont know anything about it beyond that
>>
make a new thread pls i have a question
>>
File: file.png (1.89 MB, 960x1840)
1.89 MB
1.89 MB PNG
What's this supposed to mean? 192.168.2.109 is one of my computers that I literally dindu nuffin on during all that time. I have no idea what the other two private addresses are. 2 broadcast addresses?
>>
>>61433539
not without a computer inbetween mixing them together
>>
>>61433559
Ask here is best thred
>>
>>61433529
I don't think it's widely implemented yet. Best bet is CIR.

>>61433539
Sure, any audio mixer can do that.

>>61433583
somebody bake pls?
>>
New
>>61433593
>>61433593
>>61433593

>>61433559
>>
>>61433539
If you just splice the wires in I don't see why that wouldn't work. As long as the grounds weren't different. Would sound like shit though. You could also take one channel from each.
>>
I have an android e-reader, is there a way to send an article you've opened on your PC's browser to the device in a single click and in a format that's adapted to the screen?
>>
is there some like upgrade out there for mpc-hc?
im finding it much better than vlc its just lacking some features
>>
>>61433576
this sounds like it could be ok
could you just elaborate a bit more, how it would actually be done?
>>
>>61433660
pocket
>>
>>61433749
Bad time to get in bro. They're about to release the last version
>>
>>61433877
yeah ive heard about this
do you use a different video player then?
>>
>>61433996
We'll see. That said, I don't see a lack of updates as being an issue any time soon, and one of the codec packs will probably do something with it.
>>
>>61425781
reported for posting KKK imagery




Delete Post: [File Only] Style:
[Disable Mobile View / Use Desktop Site]

[Enable Mobile View / Use Mobile Site]

All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective parties. Images uploaded are the responsibility of the Poster. Comments are owned by the Poster.