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tracking lectures notes content with git :git:

the real admins only see their favorite operating system through PuTTY

The paid university schedule app I have to use has just added ads in the latest update. 😔

Just talked to a guy who doesn't care about disk encryption, but instead set the boot password on BIOS, saying he's got nothing to hide and cares more about the laptop itself. He told me that EFI on his system doesn't depend on the power source (so, password stored in non-volatile memory). Now I'm wondering if this is actually secure (considering the disk contains no important data). 🤔

That feel when the main use of Docker on your machine is running irssi and Angband on Windows.

I’m sorry I don’t know how to hug people, I need a tutorial on that!

first lesson on databases be like, "yee, you have to install Windows Server in a VM just for MS SQL Server"

tfw the main developer of the lessons schedule app of your uni converts the native app to a shitty WebView with the browser version of their app

There is no English localization, the app is now sluggish at startup. It used to work great and it also used to be translated to English. RIP. 😔

reheating a I forgot about a while ago with a microwave

as in loads of buttons to click in the administration tool

SoftEther, or Setting Up Your VPN Like It Was an MCSE Exam

DELL stands for Deliberately Easy-to-disassemble and Lovely Laptops. ❤

While OMEMO with HTTP Upload allows you to send any files by just encrypting them with AES-GCM, uploading them to the designated HTTP server and then just sending a link with the key in a message (no extra work needed, everything is done seamlessly), these guys are stuck implementing SI instead:
That's what happens when you pick an ancient technology instead of the one that works.

*opens a tab on laptop to reopen it later on PC with Chrome history*
*forgets to open history after getting to the PC*

some sort of a syncing app is a must, but I have none except for notes with reminders, anyone knows any?

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