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Defunct Lizard

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    Defunct Lizard reacted to mynameisjuan in How do I find the IP address of my Amazon echo dot?   
    Oh hell no. Cant even touch wireshark. 
    So follow these steps:
    - Unplug your Alexa
    - Open wireshark
    - use this filter: bootp
    - Plug in your Alexa
    This will show DHCP request from everything on your network. If that is the only device connecting you can double check the mac address to make sure. So now that you have your IP
    -use wireshark filter: ip.add == X.X.X.X
    This will show only broadcast packets from your Alexa. Just note that you will not be able to see all the traffic with a basic setup. If you want to there are many more steps.
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to Bouzoo in Apple may be making its own modems, ditching Intel and Qualcomm   
    It is only logical to expect from Apple to literally build every single component for themselves sooner or later. Or at least design them. 
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to Spotty in Lawsuit claims Apple deliberately misled customers regarding the notch   
    Source: https://www.businessinsider.com/apple-iphone-notch-lawsuit-2018-12?r=US&IR=T (Appears to be original source, but hidden behind Payall)
    Source: https://www.businessinsider.com.au/apple-iphone-notch-lawsuit-2018-12?r=US&IR=T (Australian site does not appear to have a paywall)
    Source: https://9to5mac.com/2018/12/15/lawsuit-alleges-apples-iphone-xs-marketing-images-deceptively-hide-the-notch/
    Apple is facing legal actions from customers who are claiming that Apple intentionally misled customers with marketing and advertisement for the new Apple iPhone Xs devices in regards to hiding the notch from product photographs through the use of tricky wallpapers, as well as making false claims as to the true resolution of the phone.
    This is an example of the Apple released images of the new iPhone devices used to advertise & market the device. The wallpaper used has an area of solid black colour on the screen surrounding the area of the notch, which essentially removed any visible signs of a notch being present and gave the illusion of a notch-less, full screen bezel-less, front panel phone.
    In this promotional shot, the notch appears to have been photoshopped out of the image, as it is completely invisible...

    In shots display on the website, the camera and speaker appears visible, however the cut out area of the notch is still masked by the wallpaper used.
    However, it is worth noting that there are images displayed on the Apple website which do clearly show the notches.
    What's everyone's thoughts on this? Do you believe Apple intentionally tried to hide the notch to mislead customers? If phone manufacturers love the notch so much, why do they try to hide it from customers rather than promote it as a feature? (Because everyone hates the notch)
    I don't think the "The image didn't show a notch" would hold much water in court. Caveat Emptor (Buyer beware). While most images used in Apple's marketing and prominently featured on the Apple website attempt to conceal the notch, there are some images on the Apple website (if you scroll down further) which do clearly demonstrate the notch.
    The screen resolution pixel count might have a basis, as it could be considered false advertising if they're claiming it has a full resolution count when it does not due to the notch, however I believe this would not be an issue specific to Apple, as a large number of devices made by other companies also feature a notch and may also have similar incorrect pixel counts/resolutions.
    I really don't think this will go very far.
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    Defunct Lizard got a reaction from circeseye in 3.5 mm speakers not working   
    Yes, the speakers are plugged into the right one. *facepalm* you think I'm stupid.
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to Bouzoo in Tumblr will no longer allow adult content   
    So... on Dec 18th, basically, Tumblr:

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    Defunct Lizard got a reaction from MojangYang in Is this Ebay listing a Scam MACBOOK PRO   
    on the other hand he just joined and all he sells are identical macbooks at the same price.
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to MojangYang in Is this Ebay listing a Scam MACBOOK PRO   
    he sells the same item over and over, and he only recently joinbed. no positive feedbacks. don't trust him
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to Enderman in MOBO screw has a unconductive pad?   
    The motherboard is already grounded through many paths, having all the screws grounded isn't necessary.
    This is probably for safety to avoid damaging traces or the PCB.
    Sometimes people put screws in the wrong hole and it will short a trace by cutting into it.
    This washer helps prevent that.
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    Defunct Lizard got a reaction from Tabs in How do companies like dell preinstall programs like norton on their computers?   
    thank you so much oh my freaking goodness this is so useful. I thought it would be so much more complicated.
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to Tabs in How do companies like dell preinstall programs like norton on their computers?   
    The basic steps to generate an image yourself is this - install windows on a machine (doesn't matter which one as long as it supports the version you wish to deploy). When you get to the OOBE (the setup process you mentioned), press shift+control+F3 to enter "Audit mode". This is a clean slate mode where you can install anything you want and it'll be available on the image when someone uses it.
    Once done, run the Sysprep utility and generalise the image with the /generalize and /oobe parameters.
    After that, capture the image using WinPE (dism), and then you can create custom deployment scripts in MDT depending on things like hardware, capabilities, versioning, etc. 
    When the image is deployed, the user will be greeted with the OOBE after turning the machine on, and when they arrive at the desktop everything you installed will be ready and waiting. This applies to files as well as programs; anything you put in the start menu, any configuration changes made to policies, all of that gets migrated over. The only thing that is removed from the image during sysprep/generalize is hardware-specific information (so the image can be used on any machine).
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to Crunchy Dragon in LTT Official Discord!   
    Discord is that bad guy from My Little Pony, actually.
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to Crunchy Dragon in Hard drive not showing up.   
    I'm honestly clueless, I've never heard of or encountered this kind of problem before.
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to ProximaOfZeal in Any good recommendations for $10-$15 LGA 775 CPU'S?   
    Oi that's a lot of system details you've given us there m8ey
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to Froody129 in Late 2013 Gaming PC   
    They're looking for a value estimate... Not selling it. Putting a post of something not for sale in the Classifieds section isn't going to achieve anything except annoyance 
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to Wh0_Am_1 in Late 2013 Gaming PC   
    I disagree, people are selling these on Ebay $800 -1000 with Gtx 960, I think that he could probably get ~$550 if he tries ~$450 if he wanted to sell it now.
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to Crunchy Dragon in What board is this?   
    Boards like that should be fairly cheap on the used market, pretty much any mATX LGA 1155 board will work.
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to Pangea2017 in What board is this?   
    OEM board. I guess you have this from a pre build.
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to DDC449 in Floatplane is the new YouTube?   
    wonder when more creators will sign up Tech Deals is boring as hell lots of the same topics. Bit wit is cool and LTT is always awesome. 
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    Defunct Lizard got a reaction from Canada EH in How to spend $50 on Amazon?   
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to Mmore in UDOO BOLT: Powered by AMD Ryzen™ Embedded V1000   
    Looks pretty similar to Intel's NUC machines, the Arduino compatibility is definitely a nice touch. Good to see more Ryzen based chips hitting the market.
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to BlueChinchillaEatingDorito in 8gb or 16gb   
    I would go for a 16GB kit that's at a lower speed. 
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to huilun02 in Atari VCS Pre-Orders Started, With 1 BIG Flaw   
    Atari milking their dead cows
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to AshleyAshes in Atari VCS Pre-Orders Started, With 1 BIG Flaw   
    I'm honestly confused by this product.  What does it really offer that you couldn't just throw on teh Android store and have accessible to phones, set top boxes and even some Smart TVs?  It doesn't even LOOK like an Atari, it just VAGUELY resembles one and has wood grain.  Nintendo's 'Mini' offerings fed well into nostalgia by offering what was a scaled down replica of their childhood game console where as this only vaguely invokes the styling.  It just kinda seems like a wood grain NUC.
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    Defunct Lizard reacted to The Benjamins in Atari VCS Pre-Orders Started, With 1 BIG Flaw   

    My BIG issue is that it will be using a Bristol Ridge APU not a Raven Ridge APU and ship in Q1 2019. to me that is a HUGE let down.
    Pricing starts at $200, for the onyx and its $29 for the classic joystick and $49 for the Modern Controller.
    I love the fact that it will be linux based and be open for users to mess with if they so chose too.
    Measurement  Unit Dimensions 14.5" x 5.3" x 1.6" Unit Weight 3 lbs. Materials Plastic, Metal, Wood Operating System Linux OS based on Ubuntu (Linux Kernel 4.10) Compatible Systems Linux Power Low TDP architecture - Less Heat & Noise Connections HDMI 2.0, 2.4/5GHz Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, Gigabit Ethernet, 4xUSB 3.0 External Inputs Classic Joystick, Modern Controller, Microphone Storage 32GB eMMC, external HD, SD card  RAM 4GB DDR4 RAM Memory 32GB eMMC CPU Bristol Ridge A1 GPU Radeon R7 HDCP Integration HDCP 2.2 Second Screen (Screencasting) Yes Cloud Storage Yes. Additional Service Offering Required Internet Connection Not for classic gaming but required to access all features  Cross Game Chat Skype, Discord, etc. Voice Commands 4-front facing mic array Subscription Needed? No. Includes cloud and other services. Live Streaming Yes with Twitch.tv Mouse & Keyboard Support Yes  
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    Defunct Lizard got a reaction from Canada EH in Does the pokemon Ditto Lactate?   
    Another tip: post stuff like this in off topic or as a status. no hard feelings everyone including me has done this at some point early on.