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So what is the best free antivirus in your opinion?
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>>60033202
Malwarebytes
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>>60033245
I use that one at home but I can't install it at work.
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A completed installation of Gentoo.
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>>60033225
*some antivirus
>>60033245
>>60033264
These
>>60033282
Hilarious and original :^] upboated
>>60033235
???
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ClamAV master race!

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I'm getting to my tail-end here, I fucking love firefox but this is too much, this thing is crashing ALL the fucking time.

When will they fix this shit
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>>60030898
this
but with only one (1) addon
ublock origin
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>>60030710
Works for me (tm)
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>>60030710
Works fine on my linux computers. I assume you're just one of the daily anti-firefox shills.
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>>60030710
They won't. They've abandoned GNU/Linux.
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>>60030710
>linux

Found you're problem.

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>>60029990
no debian?
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>>60030349
>filename
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>>60030178
2deep4me
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>>60030072

fine... why do I keep seeing this guy's picture around here?
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>no shrine
Fuck off CIA niggers. Shrine is objectively the best operating system. It combines the best of TempleOS with networking and reasonable RAM requirements.

DOWNLOAD AND CONTRIBUTE TO SHRINE HERE: https://github.com/minexew/Shrine

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Give me one good reason why you're not using the best mouse on the planet?
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>>60030852
g102/g203 is p good has a shape similar to the 100s but with side buttons added. The sensor is great unless you are playing for a million dollars. g102/g203 is just the g pro with a slightly lesser sensor and a non-braided cable (better imo)
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>>60032194
I went from g9 -> zowie. Only thing I miss sometimes is the smooth scrolling mode.
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>>60029244
But I am
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>>60029298
>>60030010

>gayming
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>>60032194
Zowie are generally good but they have had some hiccups in the past.

The early models didn't have great sensors so had tracking problems.
For a while they released mice with coatings that flaked off after as little as a month
Problems with scroll wheels not registering steps
Thicker cables than for example Razer, which can be annoying

I had the EC1 and my main complaints were that the coating flaked off and it was too heavy for my taste. I like very light mice, even the G-Pro that I use now is heavier than I would like.

The other thing I don't like is the modern fetish with ultra-low liftoff, which usually just causes me problems. 1 to 1.5mm liftoff is too low, it should be more like 2-2.5mm IMO. Unfortunately this became a fad and all the best mice have this now.

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ITT: Software redflags

I'll start:
>Written in C
Guaranteed security exploits
>Written in C and closed source
Guaranteed security exploits that are intentional
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>developer only publishes linux and mac releases even though source compiles fine on windows
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>>60031943
"compiles" isn't really the same as "works well". even if test suite passes there may be strange corner cases on windows. dev may simply say windows is not officially suported, so you'll be on your own if shit happens, it's his right.
also when you have the sources, binary packages are just a convenience frrom the developer.
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>>60031800
>he thinks those tools will catch all the bugs
the task of an exploit developer is to bypass those shitty tools/security measures...

also, protip: they won't tell you about your bugs, because an exploitable bug means $$$
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>>60030322
Half the military would jump at the chance to drop the F-35. It's an overpriced piece of shit that congress and the security companies are trying to force them to adopt.
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>>60030134
I program systems with 32KB of memory running at 20MHz. Tell me why I shouldn't use C.

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Why do we keep arguing about whether it's Linux or GNU/Linux? Why can't we quit being autists and just call it GNU?
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>>60032805
because 2~6% of Linux has GNU and soon GNU will be 100% irrelevant
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video related
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqx2ABHjzCI
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>>60032805
Actually, it's systemd.

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Hey, /g/

What screws are used to fix the motherboard to the case?
Are those standard M3 screws or are there different ones for every case manufacturer? I lost mine and need to get new ones
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>>60031554
Depends on the case. It's usually either M3 (same as used on optical drives) or #6-32 (same as used on hard drives)

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Why would someone buy this again?
Literally nothing uses more than 4 cores.
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>>60033272
Go with the times grandpa
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Cheaper and performs better than the competition.
Extra cores is just a bonus.

Can somebody explain to me what risc-v is?

Also is it good or bad?
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>>60032789
It's something that will never see the light of day.

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/g/ you are the tech guys, why does /adv/ give me a connection error everytime i try to update a thread

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Why is a negative number times a negative number still a negative in C? It's bullshit.
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>>60033153
But it's not? https://ideone.com/C1XNlQ
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>>60033153
gotta use (-3) to define absolute value idiot.

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What are /g/ recommended offline map apps for driving in Europe?
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>>60029265
TomTom GO has some of the best Euro maps.

You get some free km's and it's relatively cheap for unlimited and lifetime updates. Or alternatively, find the cracked apk.
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Offline Google Maps
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>>60032870
ironically that doesn't work offline
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>>60032782
>not because of bad coverage or high costs
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>>60032989
Nope

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Thanks Windows!
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>>60026061
>3.5MB/s
>100%

Holy shit is that a fucking potato for a harddrive?
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>>60032854
>192.168.*.*
My IP is 10.0.0.14 though.
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MacBook Pro doesn't have this problem.
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>>60032924
Of course it doesn't. First you have to be able to do something with it for it to utilize any %.

https://youtu.be/NDmOHU6lmRw?t=443
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>Set files to sort by date in file picker
>They're not sorted by date

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>try to learn python the hard way
>dont know how to use atom or powershell
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>>60031153
powershell is cool from what i've seen

you don't really grep and sed shit, you just use some kind of attribute/property parlance to grab values from objects
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>>60031229
>debatable

Not really.
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Install Linux
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>>60032370
>Install Linux
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8Qftb2O--Y
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>>60031401
>Not really.

I agree. Its name is a dead giveaway.

AAAAA JUST STOP USING IT PLEASE
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>>60031044
newfag go back to /b/
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>>60030294
>stop using the best available browser

Pay me, Pajeet. Give me your marketing salary and I'll consider it.
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>>60032508
>"""teh bets"""
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>>60031407
why does this screenshot look so fucked up?
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>>60030294
Webdev here. I no longer test in Firefox by default. My base package is Chrome+Safari+Edge. Clients who want FF or IE support pay extra. Most of them change their mind when they see the market share and extra cost.



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