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McMitch

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    Male
  • Location
    Arundel, United Kingdom

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  • CPU
    i5 3570
  • Motherboard
    MSI-Z77a-G45
  • GPU
    AMD Radeon HD 7950
  1. Today I moved my FreeNAS box over to CentOS, all 4 drives were plugged into a windows machine and formatted to NTFS but for some reason not all are showing up. Below is the output of lsscsi: I have tried different drives in different ports but I get the same thing (Drive isn't dead as I tried it again in my Windows PC and it worked fine). Is it just me being a linux noob or is there something wrong? Thanks in advance.
  2. Made me chuckle seeing this. Only 90s kids will remember!
  3. AMD Polaris Giveaway

    My 7950 will soon go into retirement :'(
  4. LG PF1000U Ultra Short Throw Projector Giveaway

    Looks sick for party games with friends, rig it for me please thanks
  5. Tesoro GRAM Spectrum Keyboard Giveaway

    I spilled cous cous on my CM Storm Quickfire TK
  6. 3 beeps and no POST (RAM is fine)

    I tried the new RAM in my computer and it worked fine, it is not a fault with the RAM, most likely the RAM slots How could I further diagnose?
  7. 3 beeps and no POST (RAM is fine)

    It was from eBay, but it was never opened. So brand new
  8. 3 beeps and no POST (RAM is fine)

    I did check when I first reseated my CPU, but I just checked again and reseated it again and couldn't see anything
  9. 3 beeps and no POST (RAM is fine)

    I can't SEE anything, but I sprayed them with some compressed air and reseated the RAM again and I get the same issue
  10. So I recently bought some new hardware (combined with an old CPU) to build my own NAS, Mobo: Intel DH61DL CPU: i3 3220 RAM: 2x4GB Kingston HyperX 1333MHz When I power it on there is no POST and I get 3 long beeps that repeat, this would usually indicate a RAM issue, but I have tried all combinations of 1 DIMM in each slot, and even some other (known working) RAM from my machine. I also tried resetting the CMOS and reseating the CPU. But I still get the beeps. Could it be anything else? Thanks
  11. Feenix Collection Giveaway

    Love that keyboard, so stealthy <3
  12. Java - Cannot Resolve Symbol

    This solved it, but after surrounding it with a try catch that disappeared, but it worked. Thanks!
  13. Java - Cannot Resolve Symbol

    Do I need to add that to my settings somewhere? Typing it into the console gives this. I get what seems to be the same error Did I do it wrong?
  14. Java - Cannot Resolve Symbol

    So I'm using IntelliJ and it seems like a simple problem but all of the onlinet resources haven't fixed my problem. I have this code: package WorldBoss;import org.jsoup.Jsoup;import org.jsoup.nodes.*;public class WorldBoss {public static void main(String [] args) {Document page = new Jsoup.connect("http://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/World_boss").get();Element link = page.select("span").first();System.out.println(link);}}But I get an error on the connect part of Jsoup.connect saying "Cannot resolve symbol 'connect'" I have imported the library following this page http://goo.gl/bdAQPt . My project structure is like this: What am I doing wrong? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks
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