Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

Programmer Frank

Member
  • Content Count

    48
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Awards


This user doesn't have any awards

About Programmer Frank

  • Title
    Member

System

  • CPU
    Intel i5-7200U
  • Motherboard
    Dell Inspiron 15 7560
  • RAM
    4GB x 2 DDR4 2400MHz
  • GPU
    NVIDIA GeForce 940MX
  • Case
    Nothing
  • Storage
    128GB TOSHIBA M.2 SSD + 500GB Western Digital HDD
  • PSU
    Unknown
  • Display(s)
    LG IPS 15.6" Panel
  • Cooling
    Fan Cooling
  • Keyboard
    Default PS/2 Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Dell MS116t
  • Sound
    Unknown
  • Operating System
    Microsoft Windows 10 Home Edition x64
  • Laptop
    Dell Inspiron 15 7560 1545

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Hmm, if you add a virtual memory on it, use larger cluster is best. Because swap file is a larger file.
  2. If you want to take all data out, use a software called "R-Studio", it can take all your data back. If the data weren't important, you can format the entire disk. Open Command Prompt. Enter these commands: diskpart list disk Then select your disk, e.g. my disk is Disk 1. select disk 1 Then clean. clean Create partition. create partition primary Format. format fs=ntfs label=SSD quick Then you'd see your drive. If that didn't work. Open Disk Management, right click the partition, assign a drive letter. If that still didn't work, you can low format it.
  3. If you edit videos on it, you can use larger cluster. If you working on small files, such as programming, booting a system on it. You should use smaller cluster.
  4. If you working large files on it, you can use even 64k. If you programming on it, make it smaller.
  5. What do you want to do on this drive?
  6. I am a programmer, but i play games too. I play Minecraft. I want to build a server. I want to play both Java Edition and Bedrock Edition at same time. Here is the request: Java Edition: PaperSpigot 1.15 or higher, 30 people. Bedrock Edition: PocketMine, 50 people. I need specs.
  7. I want to visit at home. To access outside, I just need text work and view normal 1080p videos on the server. Sometimes I download some code remotely.
  8. Hello guys. I am a programmer, i need to build a server for storage my data. I need at least 8 terabytes of storage and i wanted to access remotely without any lag. I had a family, and i need to save my photos and videos etc. Sometimes i need to shot videos, so i need to editing online. I also want to make it as a download machine. I want to low power usage. I have $1500 budget.
  9. If you want to use a java server, you can just view https://web.orwtmc.top/Minecraft-On-RaspberryPi If you want to use a bedrock server, you can go to minecraft.net and there was a tutorial, hope i can help you.
  10. I build a minecraft server, i used ubuntu. And I recommend you to use Ubuntu or Debian, because they are free and friendly, support GUI and CLI both. I will give you a tutorial, when you setup your minecraft server, you can run these scripts. URL: https://web.orwtmc.top/Minecraft-On-RaspberryPi OS you can use Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Desktop or Server.
  11. Write a program to find all daffodils in a certain range. The so-called daffodil number refers to a three-digit number whose cube sum is exactly equal to the number itself. For example, 153 = 1 × 1 × 1 + 5 × 5 × 5 + 3 × 3 × 3. Tip: For a three-digit number, first find its hundreds, tens, and single digits, and then use the characteristics of the daffodil number to make a judgment.
  12. Please email me <a href="mailto:rsboss01@outlook.com?subject=From Linustechtips forum" target="_blank">Address</a>
  13. Yea, i want to access each letter individually, and i forgot how to use an array...
×