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>> No.78385754

It's called a mini phono jack.

>> No.78385852

yo where da wifi cable?

>> No.78385934
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>>78385852
right here

>> No.78385950

>>78385754
Phono does not apply to the cable
>>78385730
what's wrong with that, you want the cable that connects to the aux of the radio or amp so calling it an aux cable is valid
or is it just about the passing of the cable ?

>> No.78385960

>>78385950
>Phono does not apply to the cable
It is the connector. Otherwise it's just three wires.

>> No.78385989

>>78385960
isn't that the Jack? Phono is for turntables

>> No.78385992

>>78385934
>coloured
So this is from Europe? Are they really this stupid to require such a sign?

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>>78386040
kek this photo appears right side up on my phone

>> No.78386149

>>78385934
Where's a good place to use a public etheret cable?
I'm looking to install arch linux and I'm concerned my wifi will be an issue.

>> No.78386335

>>78386032
Phono is specifically for turntables. AUX has been a term for other audio equipment for at least over half a century.

>> No.78386351

>>78386335
>Phono is specifically for turntables
Incorrect. Who the fuck told you this?

>> No.78386382

>>78386351
not him, but while i do understand it's not exclusive to vinyl record outputs/inputs, i've only seen it used in that context, so i can understand if someone would assume that

>> No.78386454

>>78386409
It's in a library in an Anglo country. Lole.

>> No.78386471

>>78386409
I'm pretty sure IE is internet explorer, not i.e

>> No.78386472

>>78386410
>Will it just werk?
if you have the modules for your wifi card and software to actually connect to wifi, yes
if you mess up and find you need to do something else, you can always boot up a livecd that can use your wifi, and chroot into your on-disk installation in order to make the changes you need
while it can make it easier, there's no case where you absolutely must use wired ethernet

>> No.78386493

>>78386472
Well, I'm on a macbook and I'm pretty sure there are wifi driver issues (Maybe not on this model idk) but your reassurances make me want to install arch right now...
I'm pretty sure I can get it to work...

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>>78386410
>>78386472
better question is why do you need an Ethernet cable in a public space, you don't have internet at home ?
perhaps you don't have a home ?

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>>78386493
yea, i don't know specifically if your hardware needs any special attention
for any supported wifi card (as in, it's part of mainline linux), all you need is software to set it up, such as wpa_supplicant (advanced), wifi-menu (intermediate), or Network Manager + nm-applet (easy)

>>78386501
it's a macbook, maybe it doesn't have wired ethernet at all

>> No.78386535

>>78386526
I think all I use in the vm is netork manager. What's nm-applet?

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>>78385934
>thats my fucking university
I mean I graduated years ago but still, jesus.

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>>78386556
fucking phoneposters

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