Assembly:ProdigyBar

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Website https://twitter.com/34c3prodigybar
Contact h0uz3@foto23.com
Description We try to help people get their systems running again if they fail or at least find people who might be able to.
Members Hacky
Projects create project
Self-organized Sessions create self-organized session
Tags just a gathering space
Registered on
Provides stage no
Location for self-organized sessions no
Orga contact h0uz3@foto23.com
Brings adaptors, hard drives, power supplies, USB-Sticks (some with current OS images for reinstalls), tools,
Projects
Uses money no money handling
Need fibre no
Extra Power Nope.
Near passage whatever
Character of assembly "{{{Has assembly type}}}" is not in the list of possible values (just a gathering space, place to show and meet) for this property.
Seats needed 2
Extra seats 2
Aread needed 8
Arrival and build up I (h0uz3) will be there from Day -6, the assembly can and will be set up as soon as possible.

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The "Genius Bar" in Apple Stores offers IT-Support for customer's basic needs. We want to take up this approach in a way that fits the Chaos Communication Congress and support any make and type of device there is. We are not (primarily) there to help out with configuration of e-mail-accounts or resetting passwords, but plan to provide power bricks, adaptors, restore media and backup drives, help people out when they don't remember how to set up a backup and give general advice on tech stuff.

Further, we want to bring people in contact who can help each other.

Currently, we can help you out with the following equipment:

Type Description Availability
Charger/Power Brick Classic Apple MagSafe, 85 Watts Can be used at the Prodigy Bar
Adaptor USB-C to USB-A 3.0 On request
Adaptor USB-C to Thunderbolt 2 On request

Cases solved

Type Environment Problem Solution
Slow disk performance MacBook Pro 2009, Samsung 840 SSD C/S: Read and write speed is abysmally slow. System feels sluggish at times. Found out that trim wasn't enabled. Enabled trim using trimforce, wrote huge blob of data to disk, deleted blob, restored usability.