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The /g/ Wiki:
http://wiki.installgentoo.com/

/g/ is for the discussion of technology and related topics.
/g/ is NOT your personal tech support team or personal consumer review site.

For tech support/issues with computers, use /wsr/ - Worksafe Requests or one of the following:
https://startpage.com/ or https://duckduckgo.com (i.e., fucking google it)
https://stackexchange.com/
http://www.logicalincrements.com/

You can also search the catalog for a specific term by using:
https://boards.4chan.org/g/searchword or by clicking on [Search]

Always check the catalog before creating a thread:

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Why are you using them? Self gratification or hacker roleplay or something else?
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>>68947743
fpbp, everyone else is just staring at headlights.
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>>68953765
>Doesn't understand the difference between the Deep Web and the Dark Web.
Oh no, it's retarded.
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>>68952632
>>68952736
>>68952719
Gib values pls
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>>68952719
Don't hate it. It's pretty aesthetic.
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>>68951733
>that's the reason as to lots of dark themes being useless shit, they're blue shitting on the very purpose of a dark theme
submariners use blue light at night which allows them to see in the dark better through the periscope compared to red light

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>Create a parts list
https://pcpartpicker.com/
>Learn how to build a PC
Search youtube for a guide w your socket

Want help?
>State your budget & CURRENCY
>List your uses eg Gaming, Video Editing, VM Work
>For monitors include purpose and GPU pairing
>NO Speccy. Use HWinfo
>For Win7 in Ryzen https://pastebin.com/TUZvnmy1

CPU
>CPUs less threads usually suffer lower 0.1% minimums
>Athlon 200GE - Bare minimal desktop/gaming

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>>68954203
Stay mad indiantel
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>>68949830
Good deal. Do it.
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>>68954217
t.poorfag using 720p in 2018
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>>68954217
>lower ipc than intel pentium

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>>68954228
Seething

Why aren’t transparent displays more widely available?
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>>68953542
Why would you want it? When you look at an image, you usually want to see that image, not the image plus whatever is behind your monitor.
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>>68953643
Would be nice to use a small one for a car HUD.
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>>68953980
too expensive and impractical
projecting the display works better in that use case
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>>68953542
Because they're gay.
We want to see the picture, not the shit behind the picture.
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>>68953643
/thread

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So I have an idea for website, I have the whole scheme ready - functions, what should it have etc.

The problem is I'm a programming brainlet, I only know HTML/CSS and some Java (not JavaScript)

I can do all wordpress stuff but there are functions for which there simply are no plugins

How should I hire someone or find a partner to do it with me unironically I don't know any developers that I can contact, also wanna avoid overpaying someone who might not get the work done.
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>>68954138
tell me your idea OP I can help
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>"it's the next facebook, i tell ya"
>I'm a (...) brainlet
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>>68954138
>there are functions for which there simply are no plugins
like what?
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sorry im already making my own killer social media website with proper code, id rather not lend my skills to you who will pay me exactly 1000 dollars to then run away and become a billion-dollar company
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Well, you know Java, so just program it in a Java servlet :^)

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thoughts on 970 evo?
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>>68953188
>being this retarded
https://camelcamelcamel.com/Samsung-970-EVO-1TB-MZ-V7E1T0BW/product/B07BN217QG
200 is standard, it's fucked cuz of the black friday sales.
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>>68953129
>36c
OMG OVER HEATING!!!!!!!
>>68953081
retard
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>>68953894
Your link shows $200 is NOT standard. $280 looks more like the standard
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Got the 1tb one for my new build. It loads to the desktop in under 15 seconds.
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These are pure snake oil.
t. owner of 960 EVO.

The randoms are still about the same on these NVMe drives and the cheapest SATA ones.
Computer doesn't boot faster and handling Photoshop files isn't any snappier.
Only drive that shows real life improvements where it matters is Optane, but unfortunately it's made by the jews and expensive as shit.

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Dude, fuck technology...
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>>68952300
Fuck technology https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsA3PK8bQd8
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>>68952501
>They breed like animals because they're poor
Yeah right, like anyone other than leftist morons believe this load of shit. Everywhere they fucking go they turn the whole town/city into a shithole.
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Me on the right
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>>68954126
He's right though, you mong.
When they are forced to go to school and have at least a menial, but tolerably-well-paying job, their birth rate drops significantly.
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>>68954211
Yeah and they're light years away from reaching that state

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Gimp will never be a good program because it's developed by programmers who have never worked professionally as an artist, and refuse to listen to artists' input.
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>>68950193
GIMP can be used to produce quality photomanipulations. For example I made pic related in GIMP. I've even made digital paintings from scratch in GIMP. However, it's not a comfy or efficient program by any means and can be a pain in the ass to work with.
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>>68953479
Yeah, I'm an actual artist and I like GIMP. We're tied.
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>>68953690
>fat people sitting on a beach looking at their phones
I don't know if I'd call stereotypical America "another world"
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>>68950193
SHIGGY A CUTE
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>>68953760
The "other world" in this case refers to the surreal contrast between unnatural dark storm clouds, sunset, and fat Americans.

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>You can trust X because they're open source. Just verify their code!
>If something malicious gets in, people will see it!
Do people actually audit these open source projects and how often or is it just a meme?
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if the project has bug bounty program than most certainly yes
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>>68953561
those involved in it yeah, sometimes a random lurker will skim over it for whatever reason, depends on how accessible it is for read only
still way better than 'heh trust me' - where if it aint broken [meaning in your face] don't fix it, even if you know it's there and needs fixing, and if something is found it's fixed fast
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>>68953592
>those involved in it
I feel like that's a problem if we don't have the random lurkers going through them.

I agree that open source is better than than the alternative, but if no one is taking the time to go through it, it might as well just be "heh trust me", right? My concern is that everyone assumes someone else is doing the auditing for them and then no one actually does it.
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>>68953793
i guess distro packagers have to take a look at it once in a while
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You can trust open source more than you can closed source by default, but that doesn't mean you therefore can trust open source completely.

It's just objectively better than closed source. That's all.

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"""""""""""anonymous"""""""""" image board, am I right?
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>>68951886
>all transactions can be backtraced
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>>68950913
go back to 8ch retard
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>>68950257
>>>/qa/
Not technology
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>>68953854
>VPN use is not technology
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>>68950370
So what now?

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Don't buy anything OTHER THAN IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad T, X, and W/P Series if you want the Real Business Experience™
>Other business laptops are welcome in /tpg/ (Dell Latitude/Precision, HP EliteBook/ZBook).

Libreboot-compatible models:
>T60 (check lcd), X60(s/t); X200(s/t. -s requires soldering), T400(s)/500; W500.

Modern models:
>X220/X230 - 12", 768p, cheap and light
>T420/T430 - 14", 900p, widely available, socketed CPU, both Coreboot-compatible (Ivy Bridge CPU support on T420); Quad Core Compatible, Old keyboard swap on *30 series
>T520/530; W520/530 - 15", 1080p, DTR, 32GB RAM on quadcore models, USB 3.0
>T440s - best price/performance ultra portable
>T440p/540p; W540/1 - Last Thinkpads with socketed processors, easily replaceable trackpad (W541 doesn't need trackpad replacement)

Upgraded models:

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>>68953869
>monopoly monies
we normally call US Dollar as "monopoly monies"...
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>>68944987
Nvidia, I'd recommend to have 2 distros in your hard drive with partitions. Because the only way you can have good performance is if you use only the Nvidia card, you blacklist nouveau and install the Nvidia driver from the Nvidia page. That's if you need to run graphics. On the other hand if you're just gonna do cuda/opencl processing, you can run everything on the CPU integrated graphics and still run tasks with cuda/opencl when you need to.
The first option drains battery a lot, but is not on/off switch because you need to unload the driver from the kernel if I remember correctly???
But I don't know, I think I could make a solution in a single distro; Install the driver normally blacklisting nouveau, when you don't need it, stop the graphical session on tty and turn off the GPU, I don't know what's the command to do that actually, but there has to be one to unload it I guess, then you restart the graphical session and it should load with the integrated graphics card. I guess there may even be a gnome extension to do this from the system tray without restarting the whole graphical session.
On systemd based systems is service graphical stop/start or something like that from tty. Gnome reloads running "r" from the alt+f2 command prompt, so maybe you could use that after selecting a different graphic card.
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>>68954122
That's pretty outdated info, it works just like on Windows now on Linux too. You can switch it per-application and have it off the rest of the time.
All in all I'd say go with a Ryzen ThinkPad anyways if you can afford it.
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>>68954165
wtf? the Nvidia driver from the Nvidia page works like Optimus? tell me more faggot, I don't believe you
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>>68952302
Fortunately for me I like the chiclet ones
I always thought they looked nice and bought some laptop a long time ago just because it had one

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So tell me nerds, your distro even haves emoijs?

No?

What time do you live, 2008? LOL. Ubuntu wins again.
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>>68953865
Because a woman in her sixties who is well past her sexual prime is the best you can do.
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>>68952714
Fucking normalfags and their normalshit.
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>>68954136
>emotions are for normalfags

Imagine being this autistic
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>>68954150
No, but being unable to express emotions with anything more than stock smileys is.
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Real operating systems use EBCDIC.

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So much for that post meritocracy crap
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>>68951232
>it's good enough.
Apparently not.
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>>68951097

Decade long Firefox user here. Got too bloated and slow, so switched to Chrome. Even worse. Sad! Opera much better.
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>>68952584
No.
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I can't understand why anyone would choose Chrome over Firefox.
Sure there are other niche browsers we can argue endlessly about, but Firefox is objectively better, faster and less bloated than Chrome.
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>>68951097
Mozilla now faces a challenging decision between two options
1) Fix the problems with Firefox
2) Rewrite more of Firefox in Rust
Which one will they pick? Only time will tell!

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bump
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>>68952471
What reverse search is that?
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>>68954171
Loogs like google with dark theme.
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>>68954134
Is this just the world's most retarded DVI-I to VGA dongle or am I missing something?

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Why does he need an office and a whole staff in order to make youtube videos and host an internet forum?
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>>68953801
Pewdiepie probably has a group of Editors working for him
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>>68953801
Scheduling and delegating minor tasks so he can keep working on both the kernel and his youtube career.
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i liked the ncix linus tbqh
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>>68954101
>>68954113
This, was starting everyone were numb in the skull. The answer is simple, especially if you know what it takes to put a whole project together and edit it all.
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>>68953801
he does unboxing vids and does a lot of them. that's a lot of boxes and they dont keep it so legit all you do if you work for him is unload shit from a truck, wait, and put it back in the box.

hes a psychopath, too. dont believe me? well too bad, i dont believe in air but still breathe. sometimes you can be wrong, got it? Linus is one bad day away from putting on a huey lewis and the news album with a bunch of newspapers spread across the studio floor.

t. bitter ex employe


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