Band Steering. It isn’t switching to the 2.4 GHz, then possibly to the 5 GHz, doesn’t just stay on one.
I just turned it off, preferring 5 GHz didn’t do much, disconnected phone, reconnected, and it was still on 2.4 GHz.
Is it illegal to sniff the wireless airwaves? My AP doesn’t say the MAC address of who’s trying to connect. They most likely changed their MAC address, so it’s bogus. If the MAC address looks legit, then they might of tapped the wrong AP. I should change the SSID to “password_changes_every_five_seconds”. I’m sure I could figure out how to do that, if I wanted to. Wouldn’t be any WiFi on my phone. Just turn it off. So if they crack any of the passwords, it’ll be changed in five seconds.
And it’s still on Wi-Fi calling, think it’s connected to 2.4 GHz though, according to the AP’s controller, which is my computer.
Can it even connect to the 5 GHz if they have the same SSID and no band steering? To lazy to change anything. I might disable the 2.4 GHz though, that travels farther, so if the WiFi cracker isn’t in the building, they might not be able to even see it. Even if they are in the building, they might not see it, depending on what floor they are on.
That could be longer then Intel CPUs work on the same socket. But still doesn’t seem long enough.
Doesn’t really matter, I don’t plan on upgrading after the 3rd gen. Not using Windows, so I can keep using an ancient computer, till it dies. Probably won’t be playing any games if I don’t ever upgrade. Video card won’t even get 30 FPS on low settings.
Maybe by then, ARM will be better competing with AMD and Intel. Then I can have a tiny computer.
Herbert’s dog planted a piece of him, after he exploded, and he grew back as a small tree. He was dancing at the end.
The commercial detecting in Channels detected it as a commercial. I rewind after I skipped the “commercial”. Some of it was a commercial, but the ending it flagged as a commercial too. It uses comskip, the settings can probably be changed, if you understand anything.
Recordings are fine now, after moving the antenna.
Was solid and possibly runny too. Felt like the runs near the end.
Maybe I won’t have to shit again tonight.
How long does it take to grow a beard? The thickest is on my chin.
I probably shaved to much on one side, probably not enough on the other side.
Don’t know how to trim anything, I’m not a hair expert. So it’ll be a broken scruffy Honest Abe beard.
I wasn’t born knowing how to trim. Apparently school doesn’t teach you that. I barely know how to shave, school didn’t teach me that either. If you are supposed to figure out some stuff by yourself, good luck, I won’t figure out anything new in the future.
I have an actual Steam Link though. I was going to sell it, but then remembered it probably isn’t worth much. They were selling them for really cheap.
Maybe it’s worth money now, I won’t sell the controller though. They stopped making the Steam Link.
I’d rather have Steam Link on the Nintendo Switch, it’s already hooked up to the TV. But I doubt Valve will release it for the Switch, even though there’s homebrew on it. Nintendo would get mad if they released a Steam Link homebrew app for it.
It’s for the 3 and 3 B+.
You can find it here.
Ha, somebody asked if they plan to open source it, or port it to the Nintendo Switch. The Switch is most likely no, because Nintendo might sue em or something. The open source of it is probably a no too.
Get one of the 3″ screens for the Pi, and see what games look like on a really low resolution screen. If I don’t want to stream it over the internet, I won’t need Parsec.
Will it be running at the low resolution on my computer too? If so, that might get rid of the stuttering in Fallout 76.
Might not be hard to solder the header on. The problem is, my table is to short. Need a taller table, but that costs money.
There’s a UK site that sells the Raspberry Pi Zero with the header pre soldered, but they are sold out, and that would be slow shipping, I don’t live in the UK.
That’s when the 3rd gen Ryzen CPUs come out. Should get a new motherboard too though, as they might support PCIe 4.0.
To lazy to get a new motherboard, that means unplugging everything. Also, I might need to contact Microsoft to activate Windows in my VM. Unless, nothing changes in the VM. Never switched motherboards with a Windows VM.
There’s a beta of CyberPanel for Ubuntu.
Somebody on their forum asked if Debian support was planned, and they said yes.
No idea why anyone would use Ubuntu.
I’ll probably keep CentOS, since I’m to lazy to reinstall everything, and then restore backups. CentOS is fine for a server. Who knows when Debian will be supported anyways.
Needed me to sign some stuff. And he gave me some stuff.
He left me a message, but I didn’t ever call him back.
Well, now I know what happens if you don’t call him back.