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RedWulf

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    RedWulf got a reaction from KnotRolls in Do You really Need ECC RAM for a home NAS???   
    ecc isnt highy required, its like server oriented drives or gold rated PSUs. We recommend it but odds are you'll be fine withou it
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    RedWulf got a reaction from Balrog0fMorgoth in Do You really Need ECC RAM for a home NAS???   
    ecc isnt highy required, its like server oriented drives or gold rated PSUs. We recommend it but odds are you'll be fine withou it
  3. Agree
    RedWulf got a reaction from Ben17 in Do You really Need ECC RAM for a home NAS???   
    ecc isnt highy required, its like server oriented drives or gold rated PSUs. We recommend it but odds are you'll be fine withou it
  4. Funny
    RedWulf got a reaction from [REDACTED] in Experiences with non-techies   
    Can't connect to the wifi, internet must be down. 
  5. Informative
    RedWulf got a reaction from cazetofamo in Need Help Converting Text to XML   
    From here theres 
    Assuming you know the basic format of the files as well as the structure of the files/folders then you should be able to use a bash/sh script to work through the txts and convert them using the command line tool or which ever language you prefer. My bash is too rusty to even attempt the code right now, but just a script to recursively check the folder system for the text files, run the program/tool on it as called for, and save it with the appropriate name. In windows, something like this 
     
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    RedWulf got a reaction from YedZed in Because RGB   
    Finally got to build a modern computer for myself rather than for others. I had originally planned on just going as black as possible and adding a strip of RGB LEDs for lighting(i7 6700, 8gb, msi procarbon)...but, I got into a pissing contest of specs with my friend having to one up him and I ended up with a a rather "lit" appearance in doing so. Its nothing spectacular, though I was previously using a core duo with 2gb ram and 250gb hdd. It took me a few months to get everything and get it running, but I have about $1500 or so in it counting additonal fans, cables, and led strips
    https://pcpartpicker.com/list/Mztrnn




    And yes I'm aware the CPU power cable running overtop of the board is abit cringe worthy, but the case is large and the cable wouldn't reach when routed around the back. I have ordered an extension, but it hasnt cause any issues and its secure, so I may not even bother correcting it until I have additonal reason to tear back into it. 
  7. Like
    RedWulf got a reaction from Fyfey96 in Because RGB   
    Finally got to build a modern computer for myself rather than for others. I had originally planned on just going as black as possible and adding a strip of RGB LEDs for lighting(i7 6700, 8gb, msi procarbon)...but, I got into a pissing contest of specs with my friend having to one up him and I ended up with a a rather "lit" appearance in doing so. Its nothing spectacular, though I was previously using a core duo with 2gb ram and 250gb hdd. It took me a few months to get everything and get it running, but I have about $1500 or so in it counting additonal fans, cables, and led strips
    https://pcpartpicker.com/list/Mztrnn




    And yes I'm aware the CPU power cable running overtop of the board is abit cringe worthy, but the case is large and the cable wouldn't reach when routed around the back. I have ordered an extension, but it hasnt cause any issues and its secure, so I may not even bother correcting it until I have additonal reason to tear back into it. 
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    RedWulf got a reaction from FoolishlyWise in Because RGB   
    Finally got to build a modern computer for myself rather than for others. I had originally planned on just going as black as possible and adding a strip of RGB LEDs for lighting(i7 6700, 8gb, msi procarbon)...but, I got into a pissing contest of specs with my friend having to one up him and I ended up with a a rather "lit" appearance in doing so. Its nothing spectacular, though I was previously using a core duo with 2gb ram and 250gb hdd. It took me a few months to get everything and get it running, but I have about $1500 or so in it counting additonal fans, cables, and led strips
    https://pcpartpicker.com/list/Mztrnn




    And yes I'm aware the CPU power cable running overtop of the board is abit cringe worthy, but the case is large and the cable wouldn't reach when routed around the back. I have ordered an extension, but it hasnt cause any issues and its secure, so I may not even bother correcting it until I have additonal reason to tear back into it. 
  9. Agree
    RedWulf got a reaction from paddy-stone in Trouble with 3rd Storage Drive   
    3rd party tools do detect it though? It's likely just not formatted or formatted in an improper manner for windows, use something like partition wizard or whatever tool you like and reformat it. 
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    RedWulf got a reaction from WhisperingKnickers in Fun Ideas to Utilize a Former Server   
    Might even be able to open 3 tabs at once
     
    Perhaps a media/file server, freenas and plex
  11. Funny
    RedWulf got a reaction from handymanshandle in LGBT community   
    That looks more delicious and gay than Neil Patrick Harris
  12. Funny
    RedWulf got a reaction from 8uhbbhu8 in LGBT community   
    That looks more delicious and gay than Neil Patrick Harris
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    RedWulf got a reaction from BOT Edward in Reamote desk tops - hard were   
    Not quite, while you can forward you remote connection over the internet. 1) security 2)the time it takes to send and receive both input and video will be like 10 second lag and latency from hell
    If you were on the same local network then yes, but over even just 2 hops, you'd be suffering to even walk about 
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    RedWulf reacted to The Flying Sloth in Topic Post limit   
    How about a timer that gives a captcha if you post more than 1 topic per minute?
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    RedWulf got a reaction from iamdarkyoshi in Why do we have 2 review fourms?   
    Same reason for a hot deals section and a classifieds sections
  16. Funny
    RedWulf reacted to Glenwing in MIT Discovers a cleaner, more efficient, smelting process   
    Man, and I thought you just stick two lumps of coal and one lump of iron in a furnace...
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    RedWulf got a reaction from straight_stewie in Python 3 Weird print() Function Output   
    I believe so, print will print the return of a function or of a whatever if given, not the actually program. Just call the function, no need to print it. 
     
     
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    RedWulf got a reaction from themctipers in LGBT community   
    Gotta start getting up at 7 next week, I'm not even asleep til then most days now. Why can society be nocturnal? 
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    RedWulf got a reaction from GirlFromYonder in LGBT community   
    People do that? sounds grand 
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    RedWulf got a reaction from peej in Will i die if i drink this drink (perfume in it)   
    Best case, light buzz
    worse case, stomach pump and hospital
    likely case, feeling bleh for a couple hours or just a nasty after taste
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    RedWulf got a reaction from damiendmk in Install windows 10 on new pc?   
    Clean install simply means not an update, like starting new and fresh.
     
    For windows 10 you can 
    1)buy an install cd - all you do is boot to the cd and install through the guided interface 
    2)Buy a product key and make a usb to install yourself (google install windows usb) linus did a video I believe
     
    Not the best, but this should work for you
    http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/2376-usb-flash-drive-create-install-windows-10-a.html
    [edit] MS official instructions 
    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10/
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    RedWulf reacted to Centurius in How Do I Prevent Cat Fights?   
    Not the kind of catfight I thought this was going to be 
  23. Agree
    RedWulf got a reaction from vorticalbox in Should programming/computer science be mandatory in primary/secondary education?   
    I think it should be made an "exploratory" as many schools already do. A short partial semester class that students take to see if they have an interest in it, then switch to another field such as art, then something like shop, etc
    I do however think that if a school or state requires students to have an art credit then they should require a technical credit as well or allow the two to be interchangeable as a "technical art". No reason the computer nerd should have to paint if the artist mustn't code. 
  24. Agree
    RedWulf got a reaction from another random person in Yep   
    My guess is the company messed up on there prices since everything is only a few dollars, perhaps they put shipping in as the price or something
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    RedWulf got a reaction from 7850OC in Can't find password Kali 2   
    Was the iso/install from the official site? If not and its some tweaked version then it may be different. 
    Are you sure the keyboard set up was right and hasn't been changed?
    caplock/numlock
    Are you logging in on the machine or over ssh?
     
    Try re-installing since its a fresh install anyway. 
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