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File: 85df0634ec6cc6d⋯.png (283.29 KB, 1346x573, 1346:573, Image 1.png)

 No.8942[Reply]

Free iptv m3u playlist

https://cbrz83.blogspot.com/



File: 1436425923753.jpg (17.73 KB, 635x307, 635:307, debian-logo.jpg)

 No.2789[Reply]

What's your favourite desktop distro for actually getting shit done and why is it Debian Testing?

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 No.8928

File: f3b042e68b78836⋯.jpg (2.99 MB, 4160x3120, 4:3, 20190117_191402.jpg)


 No.8934

i use arch on all of my computers (desktops and laptops) because it's dead simple and allows me to configure it exactly the way i like.


 No.8935

>>8910 Many pedophiles use Linux because of security issues of Windows and macOS.


 No.8936

>>8935 Pedophiles use not only Linux but also BSD. They like open source softwares because they concern security.


 No.8941

>>8910

Idiot. It's called Fibonacci.




File: c541c600cfcecf9⋯.jpg (52.46 KB, 473x618, 473:618, IMG_20181002_083953.jpg)

 No.8126[Reply]

Should goverment organisations be banned from social media /g/?

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 No.8748

>>8742 Some Japanese people don't want to admit they have retarded politicians! They really love their corrupted politicians!


 No.8782

>>8748 It is because Japan has many traps - male cross-dressers.


 No.8802

>>8742

>article about Japanese retardation

>gets angry at the Chinese

Fucking kek.


 No.8809

No, websites should have free speech.


 No.8940

Why are Japanese people so dull? Maybe we should rape Japanese boys wearing girls' clothing?




File: 72a1cfd44225896⋯.jpg (2.07 MB, 3264x2448, 4:3, 1504028081533.jpg)

 No.5792[Reply]

I cannot express how much I like programming socks.

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 No.8759

>>8724

Because you've never had one.


 No.8781

>>8759 I wanna fuck your two holes!


 No.8831

I really love these "girls"! I'm gonna rape them!


 No.8863

File: 4161d9eb62bdc58⋯.png (371.93 KB, 444x587, 444:587, xicwwi.png)


 No.8939

>>8863 Yeah, gays want to fuck lesbians!




File: 1121a02653d77a6⋯.jpg (107.88 KB, 768x1024, 3:4, 1541628513180.jpg)

 No.8906[Reply]

hey guys I have some photos that NOBODY MAY EVER SEE where can I hide them?

I personally need to look at them about once a week so I can't bury them or anything but NOBODY ELSE CAN EVER LOOK AT THEM or terrible things will happen to me.

what can I do?

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 No.8922

>>8913

>projecting this hard


 No.8924

File: 34306fb0d323be8⋯.jpg (122.04 KB, 947x734, 947:734, god_not_talking.jpg)

>>8906

stop being a faggot and post them


 No.8926

veracrypt


 No.8937

Linux's full disk encryption + VeraCrypt


 No.8938

>>8906 Is the boy in the picture a trap? I like to fuck a boy who wears girl's clothes!




File: 1433031523361.png (66.79 KB, 512x532, 128:133, firefox-logo.bee1d85af18f.png)

 No.2450[Reply]

Why the browsers performance have been shit by the past year or so?

They used to work just fine.

The moment i install Firefox (Clean) performance goes to ground same for Chrome.

In a poorly optimized kind of way. Also adblockers just won't work.

Opera works like silk but compatibility is very low unless i install the chrome hack.

As you can see i'm a /g/ newfag.

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 No.8416

iridium browser


 No.8426

>>7342

Africa confirmed for based superpower by tomorrow


 No.8430

>>8408

>>8408

Are you fucking sure? Try mitmproxy on it.


 No.8451

chrome


 No.8933

>>2450

Google intentionally adds codes that fuck over other browsers and disable their optimizations.

One of the more recent examples was that they added an invisible `<div>` on top of all Youtube videos, which caused a lot of non-Chrome browsers to not render it using hardware acceleration.

I can't help but notice the irony of embrace, extend, and extinguish being used against Microsoft.




File: 2f2d063bcbbd3b9⋯.png (662.72 KB, 800x600, 4:3, programsocks.png)

 No.6858[Reply]

Who /programmingsocks/ here? They are truly the most comfy programming tool around. Nothing is better than staying awake until 4 A.M. in nothing but programming socks and a man-skirt and feeling chills from sleep deprivation, wishing for a heterosexual bf all night to cuddle with so you can warm up with him. Who else knows this pleasure? Pic related, it's me.

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 No.8822

File: 383305a9dc5bb39⋯.png (35.42 KB, 148x115, 148:115, done.png)


 No.8824

File: 5347da1cc3ebee0⋯.jpg (50.22 KB, 800x450, 16:9, Dv_zZONX4AIlUOD.jpg)


 No.8892

File: 87dd9cf009bdd52⋯.jpg (3.01 MB, 1960x4032, 35:72, 20190112_232123.jpg)

got my comfy GNU/Socks, keeps me warm ;)

mpd/ncmpcpp/cava in bg


 No.8897

>>8892

oh you're so cute lets marry and then I'll fuck you and have babies


 No.8932

>>8892

>The closest I have to programming socks are black knee high socks.

Kill me.




File: e05d169b9b64c61⋯.jpg (37.87 KB, 618x494, 309:247, F17s1uz.jpg)

 No.7998[Reply]

I wonder, what is moot doing at google now?

from wiki:

>On March 7, 2016, Poole announced that he had been employed by Google at a yet-to-be disclosed position.[30]

from his blog 2 years ago

>My next chapter

>Today I’m excited to announce that I’ve joined Google.

>When meeting with current and former Googlers, I continually find myself drawn to their intelligence, passion, and enthusiasm — as well as a universal desire to share it with others. I’m also impressed by Google’s commitment to enabling these same talented people to tackle some of the world’s most interesting and important problems.

>I can’t wait to contribute my own experience from a dozen years of building online communities, and to begin the next chapter of my career at such an incredible company.

Trying to stand up for privacy where it counts?

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 No.8786

>>8207

4chan's Hiroshit has now split it in two: 4chan and 4channel, apparently to make the SFW part even more profitable for (((advertisers))).


 No.8789

File: 7d46686de494699⋯.jpg (25.94 KB, 600x375, 8:5, oh-come-on-now.jpg)

>>8207

>that png

>4chan probably costs hundreds of thousands of dollars

I wouldn't have given moot tree-fiddy

>that second png

Is this still valid, or is it integrated into uBlock already?

ie; https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/g/thread/63921294/


 No.8793

>>8763

Or AI for realistic shill bots.


 No.8810

>I wonder, what is moot doing at google now?

Like what happens to all Google employees: His body has been recycled and his existence assimilated and incorporated into Google's cloud.


 No.8931

>>8810

it is every employee's final duty to go into the tanks




File: cace6b01d189719⋯.png (101.35 KB, 667x502, 667:502, recruitment.png)

 No.8920[Reply]

Hey, it's 7 years put together!

 No.8930

they just want you to signal you're Jewish on your resume




File: 1444327324743.png (301.88 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 1437249350965.png)

 No.3529[Reply]

>you roll it

>you code it

>you post it

Time to get fit. Any language you prefer. No re-rolls boys.

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 No.8903

>>3529

rng-sama give me a good one


 No.8904

>>8903

def age(years):

return(years*365.2422*24*60*60)


 No.8916

>>3529

Rollan


 No.8927

roll


 No.8929

>>3529

Rollin cause I'm borred




File: 63a15ee3cc2364b⋯.jpg (41.68 KB, 425x519, 425:519, WAKE ME UP.jpg)

 No.8232[Reply]

>open file explorer or anything at all

>wait for sleeping HDD faggots to spin the fuck up so we can continue

>listening to music or watching something

>hear random piece of shit faggot HDD's spinning up for no fucking reason with their dumb annoying cunt noise

Holy shit I fucking hate hard drives so fucking much. when will TB SSDs become cheap enough for me to replace every piece of spinning rust in my fucking desktop pc by them?

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 No.8287

I actually enjoy that sound. I like to listen to the reader jump back and forth, humming away while I wait for files to load. In a way, I find it sobering


 No.8655

>>8242

Does that really make it silent? Seems like quite a thin layer to have much effect


 No.8847

>>8655

Yes. Me personnaly I just jammed 2 rolls of Velcro strap around the drive as a cushion normally used for cable management


 No.8923

>>8287

Yes hearing my HDDs doing their thing reminds me of younger days.


 No.8925

>>8287

this, must be the berger in me, but love the sound of old machines starting up>>8287




File: c18e59eea7a3d20⋯.jpg (202.09 KB, 1600x1200, 4:3, think.jpg)

 No.8917[Reply]

Just bought a Lenovo R51 Thinkpad and wanna get the most out of it, even if I have to change the motherboard.

If you got any suggestions post them here.

 No.8918

File: 3bc292116141f87⋯.jpg (16.99 KB, 360x240, 3:2, profession_override_image_….jpg)

PS. That image is from the seller I don't use windows, Arch is my daily driver and I use Gentoo on my laptop.




File: a403da29293dc8c⋯.png (7.26 KB, 210x210, 1:1, Dijkstras.png)

 No.8905[Reply]

I'm having a tough time wrapping my head around this. The way I understand it, I'm building a tree graph where each node's parent is the adjacent node with the smallest number of steps back to the origin. The tree represents a vector field that plots the shortest course back to origin from every node. Yet in this diagram from the wikipedia article some nodes have two parents.

Is this diagram wrong or am I not understanding something?

 No.8907

Firstly, I apologise if this is all over the place.

You assign one node as the root, and traverse one of the adjacent nodes from there. If there appears to be a single node only connected to one other, then it's simply marked as visited, and the distance is compared to the others, as usual.

I'm only a student and so all I know is what the exam paper wants me to write, but as far as I know, any node other than your target node can be assigned as the root, even if it seems that there could logically be another.

You assign one node as the root. Pick any neighbouring node, note its distance. If the distance to the root's neighbouring nodes have all been found, mark the root as visited. If not, go to the other neighbour. Graph traversal algorithms are all about the distance; even though a nide might have two parents, it doesn't quite work that way, because that specific node is visited by the previous node with the shortest distance so far. And it isn't about the number of steps, but rather the value of the distance between two nodes.

Again, sorry this is disorganised, but I hope I helped somewhat.


 No.8912

>>8907

I see what you mean, until a node is visited it's distance isn't finalized. It must be the nodes with more than one edge drawn had a node tentatively set as the shortest neighbor back to start in step 4, but was reassigned in a later iteration.

1 Mark all nodes unvisited and give them a distance of +INF.

2 Pick a root node to start, assigning it a distance of zero

3 Get a list of all the adjacent unvisited nodes of the current node

4 Compute the distance to each of these nodes as current node's distance + edge length. For a square grid like this diagonals are longer than cardinals to avoid zigzagging all over the place. If this distance is smaller than it's tentative current distance, replace it with the newly calculated distance.

5 Mark the current node as visited.

6 Find an unvisited node with the smallest travel distance less than +INF as the current node. If none exists the destination is unreachable, if this node is the destination return the path by recursively retrieving visited neighboring nodes with the lowest distance, otherwise set this as the current node and go to step 3.

If untraversable nodes exist they would be marked as visited at the start so they are never considered, or visited/unvisited status could be represented by presence in visited and unvisited sets and they would be placed in neither.

The parent node isn't necessary. Setting all these parent references would always be more computationally intensive than backtracking by evaluating neighbors on the way back unless the destination was adjacent to the start, the path nodes and their adjacent nodes are small compared to the number of nodes evaluated. A* might use parent node references since the number of nodes evaluated grows along a much narrower front generally toward the goal. I'll try implementing an animated demo like the pic was from tomorrow.




File: 1412069721167.jpg (113.75 KB, 708x664, 177:166, FrogFellatio.jpg)

 No.130[Reply]

>GNOME is infested with SJW shit (Outreach for Women project is bankrupting GNOME)
>KDE is unpolished and still has this semantic desktop core that balloons into 512 GB of RAM use
>Unity is going through its 7th rewrite, God knows if they're using QML or libNux or Whatever this time
>XFCE is practically in life support mode
>MATE is doomed to be obsolete
>LXDE is awkwardly in an incomplete phase changing to Qt
>Cinnamon is just Gnome Shell (with its share of memory leaks in a fucking DE) with some Brazillian extensions bolted on
>Pantheon is a pretty but useless joke
>Enlightenment is useless in real life
>Openbox is written by a fucking feminist who wants LKML to be more "female friendly"; its configuration is also in XML
>Other *box are basically dead because all the *box hipsters have migrated to Openbox
>Tiling WMs are too try hard

Welp, why is there no good choice of DE/WM in the glorious land of GNU/Linux in 2014?

All of them are shit.
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 No.8876

>>130

Why even bother with a GUI?


 No.8886

it's i3-gaps you fucking nigger


 No.8908

>>2162

>i3 supports tiled, tabbed, stacked, and these 3 functions nested

>i3 supports floating windows well and supports resizing with ease

>i3 has a built-in bar with easy configuration

Ofcourse these features aren't about movement itself, but the only thing you may not like is the default movement keys - which you can easily configure.


 No.8909

File: a40b08bc00a71b2⋯.png (967.59 KB, 908x583, 908:583, ClipboardImage.png)

>>130

You find the people doing this, both the SJWs and the ones backing the SJWs. You pull them out of their cars. You beat the everliving fucking shit out of them until they forget their own names.

Then it never happens again. World peace.

Then you find a group of programmers you know and trust in person. You do not let anyone into the circle without unanimity. You arm yourselves with guns and make it known that any fuckery will be met with extreme violence. Any mystery deaths will face blind retaliation.

That is how you protect technology. The world relies on good code. Trump is about to exterminate the Rothschilds and Soros faggots who do this shit. You have to rise at the same time.


 No.8911

xfce > anything else




File: 1450963484238.jpg (101.47 KB, 485x485, 1:1, meritocracy-rug.jpg)

 No.4025[Reply]

Have a question, might as well make it a general thread.

Question:

Is it possible a open source and proprietary license? Any examples?

Also unrelated: please change the boards theme to blue; this one suggests NSFW.

(Post didn't go so resending, excuse me if maybe it's a double post.)

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 No.8357

File: 11cb556b75a2819⋯.webm (1.63 MB, 1600x858, 800:429, 2018-11-06_22-02-32.webm)

File: d9899f9710e0a22⋯.webm (3.27 MB, 1600x860, 80:43, 2018-11-06_22-05-00.webm)

File: 254df9225ee5f3a⋯.png (21.97 KB, 465x227, 465:227, ClipboardImage.png)

I need help with private trackers. After 4 weeks I've only uploaded 4gb, 2gb in the last week, but across 4 trackers. (obviously my ratio is higher on bakabt because of the bonus point system, but they ignore that when checking ratio proofs).

>port forwarding

Done.

Assume I'm retarded by /tech/ standards. I still think all my qbittorrent settings are fine. Third pic is my internet speed test.

No I'm not the faggot who copy-pasted a 4chan thread here a few days ago


 No.8557

>>4025

Permissive software licenses allow open source products to be relicensed. Even proprietary.

Copy left derivatives MUST use the same license. If you want to sell your software, license it under anything but FSF endorsed licenses.


 No.8569

Is there a way I can change my IP address up to thousands of times? How would I go about doing so if it’s possible?


 No.8898

File: 73db56855cba4d6⋯.png (594.34 KB, 626x569, 626:569, dingding.png)

WAT DO /g/??


apt install libgtk2.0-dev

Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have
requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable
distribution that some required packages have not yet been created
or been moved out of Incoming.
The following information may help to resolve the situation:

The following packages have unmet dependencies:
libgtk2.0-dev : Depends: libglib2.0-dev (>= 2.27.3) but it is not going to be installed
Depends: libgdk-pixbuf2.0-dev (>= 2.21.0) but it is not going to be installed
Depends: libpango1.0-dev (>= 1.20) but it is not going to be installed
Depends: libatk1.0-dev (>= 1.29.2) but it is not going to be installed
Depends: libcairo2-dev (>= 1.6.4-6.1) but it is not going to be installed
E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.


 No.8902

>>8898

apt-get update

apt-get dist-upgrade

edit sources to latest version

apt-get install aptitude

aptitude install -f libgtk2.0-dev




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