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File: 83491877e8f45c1⋯.png (256.21 KB, 450x399, 150:133, TAD.png)

 No.965329[Reply]

Welcome to /tech/ - ∞chan's technology board.

Please check the rules before you post:

http://oxwugzccvk3dk6tj.onion/metatech/rules.html

Looking for hardware or software recommendations? Check out the InstallGentoo Wiki:

https://wiki.installgentoo.com/

/tech/ is for the discussion of technology and related topics.

/tech/ is NOT your personal tech support team or personal consumer review site. We have stickies for that. Keep those kinds of posts in there.

For tech support, software recommendations, and other questions that don't warrant their own thread, please use the '/tech/ Questions and Support' sticky.

For consumer advice, please use the consumer advice sticky located below.

For meta discussion, please go to >>>/metatech/.

For desktop threads, homescreen threads and ricing, please go to >>>/rice/.

For tech support/issues with computers:

https://startpage.com/ or https://ixquick.com (i.e., fucking Google it)

https://stackexchange.com/

http://www.logicalincrements.com/

If you can't find what you're looking for and still need help, post in the tech questions sticky.

Looking to switch over to GNU/Linux? Don't know where to start?

Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

Post last edited at

 No.966466

>>>/agdg/ - Amateur Game Development General

>>>/biz/ - Business and Finance (and cryptocurrencies)

>>>/cyber/ - Cyberpunk & Science Fiction

>>>/emacs/ - GNU Emacs

>>>/sci/ - Science and Mathematics

>>>/electronics/ - Electronics Engineering

>>>/laboratory/ - STEM Discussion and STEM Shitposting

>>>/hamradio/ - Amateur Radio

>>>/lv/ - Libre Video Games

>>>/make/ - Make stuff

>>>/netplus/ - Networks and Plus

>>>/prog/ - Programming

>>>/rice/ - Desktop and Phone Ricing

>>>/t/ - Torrents & Trackers

>>>/templeos/ - The 64-Bit Temple Operating System

>>>/vape/ - Vaporizers

>>>/vir/ - Virtual Reality

>>>/wg/ - Wallpapers General

Nerve Center combination: https://nerv.8ch.net/tech/agdg/biz/cyber/emacs/sci/electronics/laboratory/hamradio/lv/make/netplus/prog/rice/t/templeos/vape/vir/wg/




File: 53eac902e05dd53⋯.png (2.82 KB, 200x200, 1:1, questionmark.png)

 No.733048[Reply]

Bring all your hardware, software and other troubles here.

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 No.988992

>>988966

ehh... you sure the motherboard sata ports are good? tried them with another drive? if you are CERTAIN the cable and drive are good, that would be the next logical place to check.




File: 9cd31551fedf586⋯.png (4.65 KB, 200x200, 1:1, dollarsign.png)

 No.733050[Reply]

Looking to buy something but aren't sure what to get? Ask here.

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 No.989003

>>988960

Welp I bought a LG G7 ThinQ

I hope it roots without having to flash a sketchy custom os




File: e2296db1dd1b7d0⋯.jpg (11.13 KB, 480x360, 4:3, hqdefault.jpg)

 No.976688[Reply]

I did some digging... but there was no grave.

Let's start with what we know about Terry Davis.

>Terrence Andrew Davis, born Dec. 15, 1969, allegedly dead Aug. 11, 2018, source https://encyclopediadramatica.rs/TempleOS

>Let's find out where he lives

>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JIw4vPdv5X4 [Embed]

>Go to 1:22

>Terry's address is visible in the TempleOS about section

>We go to https://blockshopper.com and input the address found in TempleOS about section

>Current Owner: Terrence E Davis and Marietta C Davis

>These are his parents, the data matches perfectly on http://templeos.wikia.com/wiki/TempleOS_Wiki#Family

So this is where we start looking for the grave. We search for Terry Davis, all states, deceased within the last 90 days.

>http://www.tributes.com/search/obituaries/?solr=&first=Terrence&last=Davis&city=&state=&search_type=1&dod=&keywords=

>Terrence Davis

>August 10, 1952 - July 4, 2018

>Ellicott City, Maryland | Age 65

>Age mismatch, state mismatch.

That's fine, maybe we might have to look for Terry instead of Terrence.

>http://www.tributes.com/search/obituaries/?solr=&first=Terry&last=DavPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.988751

>>988749

Yes I'm aware they do something like you're describing. I actually had someone witness it with my cell phone one day. We were on a road trip and I was explaining that the Government searches for keywords in conversations. I was using a rooted android phone for GPS that has everything disabled related to google.

I started saying known keywords like

>bomb

>president

>terrorist

>CIA/FBI

and after a few seconds it responded

>The president of the United States is Donald Trump

Like I'd used voice search which was supposed to not even be installed and at the very least totally disabled. Freaked my friend the fuck out. I told him I'm used to it by now.

Anyway, I figured that is what happened. Any place where I've mentioned Terry in the last two months brings out a lot of "anons" within minutes. Anyone that doesn't believe should do what you're suggesting and try it for themselves on a dead forum/board.


 No.988754

>>988746

I'm going to try that out.


 No.988767

>>979987

little suspicious.


 No.989032

still no proof of terry's death. cia niggers clearly implicated in the fraud.


 No.989060

>>989032

any proof of him being alive?




File: fd5a40a939db29a⋯.jpg (116.74 KB, 1629x527, 1629:527, wiki.jpg)

 No.988625[Reply]

>check out page for engineers

>cover image is a woman because almost all engineers are women

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 No.989051

>>989044

Ah yes, the George Soros responsible for funding anti-communist movements throughout the Warsaw Pact countries in the late '80s and early '90s. Not of the shit you listed are communist, in fact that Left is often quite critical of BLM and their calls for Black Capitalism. You have nothing and you never will have anything because becoming a billionaire outright demands a person be one of the most cutthroat exploitative motherfuckers around. They would never support anything that actually challenges the economic system that gives them their power; they will never support any sort of communist movement.


 No.989052

>>989035

Can we skip to the part where your empty liberal life causes you to swallow a bunch of pills? We've lived in your neo-liberal "utopia" for long enough--we know it's dysfunctional, just like Calhoun predicted. We need small, homogeneous societies.


 No.989054

>>989051

>>989044

(((soros))) plays both sides to create chaos and profit,.


 No.989058

>>989051

Who funded Trotsky and Lenin?


 No.989059

>>989051

> they will never support any sort of communist movement.

They will support anything which confounds their enemies to profiteer from conflict, or knock out a powerful adversary.




File: ec6eaaab6448cc2⋯.jpg (38.57 KB, 660x330, 2:1, Cloudflare.jpg)

 No.988778[Reply]

whats wrong with cloudflare? i like them but want to find something to be cautious because they sound too good to be true.

they announced their own dns with dns over https

https://blog.cloudflare.com/announcing-1111/

they encrypted sni so isp couldnt see what site you visit by that

https://blog.cloudflare.com/esni/

they fixed the annoying captcha problem

https://blog.cloudflare.com/cloudflare-onion-service/

https://blog.cloudflare.com/crypto-week-2018/

so are there any reason they shouldnt be trusted?

http://crimeflare.org:82/

i find this site but it didnt seem serious to me.

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 No.988969

>>988778

This is what is wrong with kikeflare: http://www.crimeflare.com:82/honeypot.html


 No.989010

>>988925

Didn't work for me. Cuckflare isn't retarded, they don't just trust UA. They look at IP also.


 No.989038

>>989010

Actually for tor IP's they let the tor browser through. Which means you need the exact same useragent, platform agent, javascript oscpu, accept headers, appversion agent, canvas fingerprint, and your browser can't broadcast anything unique like chrome's botnet bullshit in the canvas.id. If you can do all that with a browser that isn't modern chrome/firefox 52+ and isn't the tor browser then you can bypass the capcha. But let's face it, at that point you will need to change your default supported fonts to be whatever the tor browser supports too, that way you perfectly replicate the tor browser except for the backdoors and telemetry portion you skip over.


 No.989039

>>989038

Then again, they could just test for the backdoors and telemetry in the future, which you can fake but it would be difficult as it requires writing functions that return whatever cuckfare/nsa expects from the tor browser user.


 No.989057

>>989038

you don't need JS what are you talking about. just compare your headers to that of Tor Browser for a plain GET request and see what's different




File: 3c79d1f3b54a31b⋯.png (46.98 KB, 650x773, 650:773, 1520380041734.png)

 No.966073[Reply]

Is being 31 too old to go back into college?

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 No.987753

>>987747

Try to get a IT job while working on Bachelors. CCNA cert too wouldn't hurt. In a SHTF scenario, carpentry will be more valuable.


 No.988057

I went back in my mid 20s and I was usually the oldest one in the classroom. I now make way more money than I could have imagined before. I just have money saving up with no effort because I don't spend much at all. Go back to school, it is worth it. I'm finally on the path that few Americans are on and I'll be able to retire before official retirement age. I'll be able to live off my saved income instead of leeching off piss poor social security checks.


 No.988114

>>988057

Collect it at 65-70. You paid into it might as well get it before the pot is so fat brainlets will get convinced non citizen access should be more liberal. The immigrants do a fantastic job leeching it as the system currently is


 No.988623

File: cb162e676e1edc9⋯.jpg (97.23 KB, 1050x590, 105:59, 1504794355404.jpg)


 No.989050

>>977473

It sounds like your experience with relationships is restricted to picking up twinks at your local bathhouse.




File: cde11830904ed96⋯.jpg (583.82 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Illigal numbers.jpg)

 No.988133[Reply]

How come no one has ever expanded on this or made it useable?

https://github.com/philipl/pifs

Store data in infinite numbers.

You store data inside and it gives you a string which you can use to retrieve the data.

someone should get an AI to use this.

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 No.988594

>>988235

I remember that incident, what a fucking trip. INFINITE COMPRESSION, just right click and select "make shortcut"!

HE BROKE NEW GROUND


 No.988598

>>988226

Pi contains a lot of CP. Believe me.


 No.988602

>>988598

If pi is an infinite number, it contains infinite files


 No.988605

>>988602

Thanks captain obvious.


 No.989048

>>988133

>How come no one has ever expanded on this or made it useable?

because base64 and base32 are far superior to base10 which is what this effectively is.




File: f13225837a8fde2⋯.png (14.17 KB, 220x226, 110:113, xmpp.png)

 No.988973[Reply]

>What is XMPP?

Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) is a communication protocol for message-oriented middleware.

Unlike most instant messaging protocols, XMPP is defined in an open standard and uses an open systems approach of development and application, by which anyone may implement an XMPP service and interoperate with other organizations' implementations. Because XMPP is an open protocol, implementations can be developed using any software license and many server, client, and library implementations are distributed as free and open-source software.

>What client should I use?

Get Conversations if you are on Android, Gajim or Pidgin on desktop PC.

>How do I join this /tech/ groupchat?

Here is the link: xmpp:publicg@conference.yourdata.forsale?join

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 No.989031

File: 0f1e289ce881757⋯.png (2.18 MB, 1440x1681, 1440:1681, Uriel's guide to life.png)

>>988973

XMPP is on the harmful software list for a reason, faggot.

https://archive.is/hGxIh

https://about.psyc.eu/Jabber#Technical_Issues_in_Jabber

The guys above also wrote their take on Matrix at https://about.psyc.eu/Matrix


 No.989045

>>989031

Uriel was right about quite a few things but XMPP is not one of those.

Go > java/python is also fucking laughable considering how shit Go is.


 No.989053

>>989031

Yes, IRC is still alive and all. I haven't heard of STOMP, ever.

You may argue that the "base" IRC specification is simple, but anything beyond basic plain-text communications requires implementing customized solutions in both the server and clients. Even "registering" a name is something that must be done by NickServ, instead of something defined in the protocol, for example.

I don't know about the XMPP protocol itself, but self-hosting a server was trivial, and while far from featured as Discord or even Riot, the clients available make it easy to communicate securely with other users. For those who care, that's a BIG improvement in comparison to PGP when trying to convince people to start using something other than botnet.

>>989045

Also this.


 No.989055

File: c78c21f0ab6daee⋯.png (109.64 KB, 263x326, 263:326, disabled_1.png)

>>989045

>XMPP shitter also prefers Java over Golang

>didn't comment on any of the links' complaints

What a surprise.


 No.989056




File: 29a5390ccef4fa3⋯.png (30.77 KB, 180x104, 45:26, logo.png)

File: 8beb5b6253069d1⋯.png (8.67 KB, 85x77, 85:77, logo_big.png)

 No.985215[Reply]

Some basic questions that we can talk about

1. What is the best cipher, and which modes are the best for what? How would you cascade multiple ciphers?

2. Which hash is the fastest, or the most useful?

3. Is it possible to combine hashes to prevent both pre-image attacks and collision attacks?

1. CBC is best for decryption-heavy operations, XTS is best for encryption-heavy operations

AES, Serpent, Twofish, Camellia mix-and match. Most secure cipher closest to the plaintext, weakest cipher at the outer layer.

2. KangarooTwelve > BLAKE2 > SHA384/512 > Skein512 and BLAKE512 > SHAKE128 > BLAKE256 > SKEIN1024 > SHA3-256 and SHAKE256 > SHA256

(sauce: https://bench.cr.yp.to/results-sha3.html)

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 No.987033

>>986844

>if someone steals your private key they can decrypt your communications

No shit captain obvious. That's a design feature of the crypto protocol, not a flaw. Secure your private key better you gigantic faggot. Don't just share your password/private key with random idiots.


 No.987906


 No.988949

>>987033

Either you are retarded or pretending to be retarded.

If you are using a secure key exchange protocol then an attacker can only impersonate you if he obtains your private key.

If your shitty protocol is vulnerable to KCI (Key Compromise Impersonation) then an attacker can furthermore impersonate others to you without having obtained their provate key.


 No.989026

Challenge: Golfing BLAKE2 vs Skein vs SHA2 vs SHA3

For SHA3 half of the work is done for you

https://www.nayuki.io/res/cryptographic-primitives-in-plain-python/sha3hash.py


 No.989043

post-quantum cipher.

anything else is nigger tier.

you'll realize me saying this in 2018 was right when current_year != 2018




File: d5c96da061e5864⋯.gif (5.32 KB, 220x101, 220:101, christlite.gif)

 No.988249[Reply]

https://sqlite.org/codeofconduct.html

>Having been (((encouraged by clients))) to adopt a written code of conduct

>the SQLite developers elected to govern their interactions with each other, with their clients, and with the larger SQLite user community in accordance with the "instruments of good works" from chapter 4 of The Rule of St. Benedict. This code of conduct has proven its mettle in thousands of diverse communities for over 1,500 years, and has served as a baseline for many civil law codes since the time of Charlemagne.

>This rule is strict, and none are able to comply perfectly. Grace is readily granted for minor transgressions. All are encouraged to follow this rule closely, as in so doing they may expect to live happier, healthier, and more productive lives. The entire rule is good and wholesome, and yet we make no enforcement of the more introspective aspects.

>Everyone is free to use the SQLite source code, object code, and/or documentation regardless of their opinion of and adherence to this rule. SQLite has been and continues to be completely free to everyone, without precondition.

>However, those who wish to participate in the SQLite community, either by commenting on the public mailing lists or by contributing patches or suggestions or in any other way, are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that honors the overarching spirit of the rule, even if they disagree with specific details. Polite and professional discussion is always welcomed, from anyone.

<First of all, love the Lord God with your whole heart, your whole soul, and your whole strength.

<Then, love your neighbor as yourself.

<Do not murder.

<Do not commit adultery.

<Do not steal.

<Do not covet.

<Do not bear false witness.

...

<Never despair of God's mercy.

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 No.988911

>>988899

>(liberals [...] think Islam is the only good religion)

i haven't heard a single liberal say islam is less oppressive than any sect of christianity

the rest of your post may be alright but not that part

(sage for off topic)

>>988904

>things were completely fine before CoC

how new are you? CoCs aren't some magical thing which fucked everything up, people were getting kicked off projects regardless for decades


 No.988920

>CoCs honestly aren't as big as a problem as most people think.

>A CoC is like basic Etiquette, if you want to be seen seriously you pretty much need it.

no fuck you CoCs are retarded


 No.988927

>>988911

If you talk to liberals about religion, they'll claim you're a rube for being Christian, but if you bring up how Muslims are incredibly violent/antediluvian they'll freak out ("wow, just wow!") and the conversation ends there. They can't explain why Muslims/Islam are good, but they still want them to immigrate.


 No.989014

>>988893

Old style forums and most developer communities have fared pretty well without those "codes of conduct" for decades; only recently there has been a push by some activists to impose those things on communities, often without being a part of it, even sometimes as their very first interaction with those communities. That approach to policing tells you enough about their real interests: they aren't about helping the community in any way.

That has been possible because those at the top have always had the power to ban anyone for any reason at all. And that's what matters, not a laundry list of sacred cows.

Don't shit where you eat? Of course those activists don't shit where they eat: it's only rarely when someone in the development team pushes for things like this, and when it is, is often because the project itself is backed by a company with a "diversity manager", whatever that means.

The real agenda behind most of those documents, specially when they allow for anonymous accusations, hidden investigations, and other kafkaesque procedures, AND SPECIALLY when they potentially apply in places beyond project spaces, is to ban any criticism of things like unhealthy eating habits, immigration, non-christian religions, and the every changing definitions of transsexualism and the "gender" neologism. They'll try real hard to ban any mention of biological differences between sexes, that the "gender" neologism is something that was pushed by John Money and his depraved experiments, that gender originally meant to a characteristic of some words in spanish (e.g. "toalla" ends in "a": feminine gender; "caballo" ends in "o": masculine gender) and had nothing to with sex or "differences between brain chemistry and genitals", etc.

This is because if you think about it a little, it's obvious that the ever emerging terms like separating "gender" in "gender identity" and "gender expression" are just ways of accommodating their cognitive dissonance (e.g. gender is like sexual preference: it's hardwired in the brain vs. gender is something fluid, a feeling, and so it can change freely vs. gender is a social construct, it's mostly about the stereotypicPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.989041

File: c890c0124a74cfa⋯.jpeg (51.59 KB, 600x339, 200:113, online moderators.jpeg)

>>988893

>needing pretext to ban people

>thinks laws/rules matter

Brainlet.




File: 0311394295f0ebd⋯.png (10.19 KB, 180x180, 1:1, Riot.im_Logo.png)

 No.988286[Reply]

is this botnet? do i have to make an account? who stores my data? how does it work? do you guys use it?

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 No.989000

Trust me im an R


 No.989015

>>988953

> https://matrix.org/docs/guides/code_of_conduct

> Harassment includes, but is not limited to:

> Physical contact and simulated physical contact (eg, textual descriptions like “hug” or “backrub”) without consent or after a request to stop

> We will not act on complaints regarding:

> Criticizing racist, sexist, cissexist, or otherwise oppressive behaviour or assumptions

> Although this list cannot be exhaustive, we explicitly honour diversity in age, gender, ... and technical ability.

> honour diversity in technical ability

why?

It's a shame, I really liked riot as an easy alternative to discord.


 No.989034

File: 4d987b20f2b989c⋯.jpg (40.4 KB, 480x640, 3:4, gold.jpg)

>>988646

>muh XMPP

Get that harmful software out of here, faggot. Uriel would be rolling in his grave.

https://about.psyc.eu/Jabber

https://archive.is/hGxIh

In comparison, here is the PSYC guy's take on Matrix: https://about.psyc.eu/Matrix . He has some privacy concerns and isn't a big fan of the federation model, but he does say it's "a lot more advanced than anything IRC and XMPP came up with" and compliments its scalability.

>>988953

>>989015

>analytics

>https://riot.im/privacy

You can turn off analytics in the client, faggot.

>thinking the matrix.org privacy notice/t&c/CoC applies to the entire federated ecosystem

>doesn't realise it's for the matrix.org server and doesn't apply anywhere else

pic related


 No.989037

File: 2acb50385633068⋯.png (1.37 MB, 480x270, 16:9, 1446131787901.png)

>>988953

>>989015

>>989034

>Where you read New Vector, New Vector Ltd. or we *or us* below, it refers to the company we created in July 2017 to hire the Matrix core team and support Matrix’s development and so run the matrix.org homeserver: New Vector Ltd., and its French subsidiary: New Vector SARL and their agents. This agreement does not apply to Matrix servers run by anyone else - Matrix is an open network like the Web and this agreement only applies to the server (matrix.org) provided by New Vector Ltd.


 No.989040

>>989037

As for the CoC, I was mistaken. It only applies to the Matrix room on the matrix.org server and conversations in their Github organization's issues/pull requests, and the matrix.org server's t&c are pretty lax as long as you aren't sharing child pornography or malware.

>This applies to conversation in the any room in the matrix community (+matrix:matrix.org) and discussion in their Github. Outside that you're free to say whatever the fuck you want.




File: 358be002389a0dd⋯.png (192.3 KB, 1280x833, 1280:833, 1280px-OpenBSD_Logo_-_Cart….png)

 No.961835[Reply]

Why aren't you using BSD?

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 No.988909

>>988574

Don't blame that shill, their scripts on the technical flaws of this or that are often several years out of date.


 No.988931

File: 247bcc36b9f80ae⋯.jpg (47.09 KB, 350x411, 350:411, 1466716891860.jpg)

>>988901

>muh features

An operating system isn't a feature list, faggot. OpenBSD prioritises correctness, code quality, and security over speed and features, only adding new stuff and hardware support when they're satisfied with their implementation. Autistic? Sure. Are the results good? Their work is widely copied and reused in other operating systems so I'd say yes.

That said, here's some comments:

>SMT/HT

It doesn't lack SMT, it's disabled by default in the latest release for paranoia reasons. You can always turn it back on if you really want it.

>Nvidia graphics from this decade

Neither does any other FOSS operating system aside from Linux and NetBSD (FreeBSD if you count the proprietary drivers). Even then, support is shoddy thanks to Nvidia refusing to document anything and intentionally making life difficult for freetard driver writers.

>AMD graphics post-2012

2013*

>Broadcom wireless

Similar situation with Nvidia but less ridiculous

>Bluetooth

What the fuck do you want that for, your gimmicky phone speaker?

>WINE

Go bug the Wine developers if you want it so bad.

>LUKS/dm-crypt

OpenBSD has its own disk encryption system, why ape Linux?

>Linux compatibility layer

What do you want, Steam? Fuck off.

>Mesa

That's a lie.


 No.988935

>buy tiny business-class Dell desktop

>physically connect ethernet cable to it

>install openbsd 6.4 (shelling out first to get disk encryption)

>pkg_add -v git

>git clone git://git.suckless.org/dwm

>OpenBSD needs another -I nclude

>git clone git://git.suckless.org/st

>patch in colors

>modify colors to not suck

>add 'exec dwm' to ~/.xsession

>rcctl start xenodm

yeah this is cool

but I'm not going to be sitting in front of this thing often

>rsync .pub key over, put it in ~/.ssh/authorized_keys

>/etc/ssh/sshd_config:X11Fowarding yes

>rcctl restart sshd

>click icon on fagbook that launches 'ssh opensbd "/home/anon/st/st"

>tmux (installed by default)

>put fagbook to sleep

>tmux session continues on secure and sane home server

it beats virtualbox


 No.988945

>>988901

most of these are design choices. they won't be implemented until they can be implemented well. also many are just plain wrong:

>802.11ac is supported

>openbsd's fs (UFS2) is quite robust, supporting pretty much everything: zetabytes disk sizes, softraid, full disk encryption and it is journaling

>WINE and bluetooth (which is supported btw) are both fucking gay, what the fuck is wrong with you?

>broadcom wireless is supported

>R9 series of AMD GPUs are supported (hawaii which came out in 2014)

>mesa is also supported

>TRIM: many SSDs have built in wear levelling these days

>SMT/HT was purposely disabled recently as a result of a fundamental flaw in their design[1] it can be turned back on if you wish

>ext2 and ext3 can be mounted normally, ext4 as read-only

>and more

are there more things you would like to be dishonest about?

[1]https://undeadly.org/cgi?action=article;sid=20180824024934


 No.989029

>>988901

Okay Pottering.




File: 1e7eb3014ee78ea⋯.jpg (5.71 KB, 186x186, 1:1, index.jpg)

File: 616ac44ea91eef4⋯.png (10.74 KB, 300x89, 300:89, logo_full_light.png)

 No.987120[Reply]

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 No.988810

To all the bluepilled autists who still foolishly have hope in decentralization, read this thread

>>988725


 No.988847

linking to IPFS thread cause it's p2p

>>983922


 No.988952

>>987379

peerflix does this too


 No.988988

>>987239

Soulseek is the only way bröther

>>988847

Is there any existing initiative to upload movies and TV shows to IPFS and categorize the links in a central location? Sorta like a user-hosted IPFS Netflix.


 No.989028

>>987130

keep supporting the hollywood jews you worthless ayan clap cuck.




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 No.987131[Reply]

Can we get a thread for this masterpiece /tech/?

https://invidio.us/watch?v=_pzKf16hhJg

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 No.987506

>huur total centrist here

>I hate Apple® too but is there any laptop out there better than MacBook Pro©?

<*list alternatives*

>doesn't count because they're not made by Apple®

Every Fucking Time


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 No.987554

>>987491

stop being gay. this isn't even funny as trolling


 No.987592

>>987554

Bible. Do you read it?


 No.989025

okay i watched it cuz i was bored and it's actually good




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