I opened my ports for MineCraft now.
Also, Who knows how to get rid of csrss.exe virus? For some reason, I have two of those and task manager won't show me where these files are.
Vista over here.
Also, Downloaded Pinguy OS.
It seems to be having a bit (LiveCD Booting) copyed from Debian. Atleast I am over here atm, haven't booted it fully yet.
Virtual Machines are awesome.
LiveCD booting from Debian. Desktop from Gnome. (Both of these have crashed atleast one time)
The most terrible and odd things. Somebody took a picture of a forest or whatever, added Indiana Jones and Luke Skywalker with photoshopped light sabers and a couple of pedo bears in the background. :byodood:
I subscribed to PC Pro for £1 and got a free precision screw set...already got two issues and disk with full software and latest Ubuntu Linux Installs.
That is all.
Also I can scan and upload the Ubuntu article if anyone wants?
It's been 2 months now and the phone is still in 1 piece, however my dad's LG Quantum Optimus is on the verge of breaking in half.
Oh and the physical keyboard is godsend. On-screen keyboards are such a bitch to type on.
Not quite content, but still funny:
My school's "Network Security Club" got some servers to use. The newest one is a Pentium III Xeon. The oldest uses a single Pentium (before Xeons existed). Each of them weighs enough to be used as a boat anchor.
More specs (only what I could find out; the RAM was unlabeled):
One of them has three power supplies, each ~250W.
One of the hard drives (three of them, in RAID 5) is a 3.5", full-height, SCSI drive. Total capacity: 4.3GB. Someone jokingly suggested using that machine as a file server.
The only one we tried to boot failed, and will have to be booted from floppy.
We're going to build our own computers, and launch a camera with a weather balloon :smug:
Did I mention the android app development and making an operating system?
My school has a computer basics class. I get to bring in my HTPC when I order the parts and build it with them. They're also going to assemble an old P4 system for fun. It's great to see young people who are truly interested in computer building :3:
I've been thinking of starting a game development club - I've talked to a few people about it, and most of them are interested.
this suggestion thread on the Minecraft forums, and did all the graphics for that. He's also done some good spritework, has a few actual bits of art that are decent, and has composed quite a bit of game-style music.
Another guy I talked to plays Unreal Tournament. On the PS3, admittedly, but he's no codfag.
While there are quite a few CoD players around, none of them seemed particularly interesting in making a game.
Apparently the job I'm going to be working in a week has a network switch under the desk.
There are no internet restrictions on this switch for service and testing purposes. People actually bring towers down there and update Steam.
Long story short: Be careful and don't get sucked in.
Speaking of tutorials what's so bad about 3kliksphilip?
Carve/Hollow tool instead of Clip, etc.
ninja'd by >10 minutes, should probably refresh before posting...
Okay, so the guy who deleted his system32 in a fit of rage now tells me he's an expert at downloading viruses.
I told him to fuck off and got banned once :(
i tired to find thread content in command prompt
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