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File: c978fc3704638e6⋯.jpg (10.36 MB, 800x450, 16:9, zcat.jpg)

 No.1042057[Reply]

i hid a copy of windows 3.1 inside this photo just open it with winrar or

7zip that is if theres some sort of system that would remove the files from the photo its self on this image board

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 No.1060953

>>1060481

i clicked the link that has the original file name. the others probably wont work and idk if wget suffers from cloudflare faggotry on all of them.


 No.1061124

File: d314e6de035e254⋯.jpg (53.79 KB, 640x400, 8:5, test.jpg)


 No.1061125

>>1042057

Your image requires a password according to steghide


 No.1061126

>>1061125

Oh, I see what you did. You just embeded it, but it is not stereognorphy.


 No.1061273

>>1061124

>stenography

There is no shorthand in your message.

If you said steganography I might have bothered.




File: e40b42c32a743a3⋯.jpg (487 KB, 1233x1233, 1:1, firefox-logo-huge.jpg)

 No.1061070[Reply]

Rest In Piss, SJW-browser.

S to spit on it's grave.

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 No.1061852

>>1061110

I got pissed off and switched over to Iron Browser and Iridium.

Chromium based browsers, with security in mind. They load all the extensions I use on a daily.

https://www.srware.net/en/software_srware_iron_download.php

or

https://iridiumbrowser.de/

I can't really see any reason to go back to firefox at this point.


 No.1061898

>>1061852

>Chromium

>security in mind

Whatever that is you're smoking, quit it or you'll wreck your brains.


 No.1062014

>>1061852

>srware iron

Stop shilling malware, you fucking piece of shit. Kys.


 No.1062027

>>1061400

Last time, it was because they switched add-on mechanisms to become more like Chrome, forcing a full rewrite of many add-ons, such as Tree Style Tabs. At the time, the add-on stored tabs differently from the way stock tabs were stored, so a Firefox update that killed it also deleted its settings, eliminating all tabs from prior sessions.

This is no longer the case, so if (when) SJWzilla decides to make the add-on mechanism even more restrictive, tabs from prior sessions will still be accessible using Firefox's built-in tab and session managers (unless those are removed too).


 No.1064974

So has anyone found a fix for this yet? Re-adding add-ons with about:debugging every session is tiresome.




 No.1060828[Reply]

We have enough discussion of UNIX brain damage here, so it's high time for a real change. Multix II is a programmer-friendly distributed Functional OS topology. This enables extreme-Agile teams to introduce AI-driven LEAN software JIT composition, collaboration, live interactivity, language mixing, multi-layered coding surfaces and other advanced Dev, Test and DevOps technologies. You can now have effective use of AI-automation within your PLM & SDLC processes, significantly improving productivity.

To all your weenies out there who don't immediately grasp the significance of this, I'll explain. Multix II is a Functional OS inspired by Multics with a HTML user interface using Rho Calculus where the operating system is the monad. It makes heavy use of Applied Category Theory, Persistent Memory, Single Level Memory, and is 100% free of UNIX brain damage as it is developed by NYC bankers and Estonians instead of lambda calculus-addicted East Coast Silicon Valley weenies. It also takes inspiration from blockchain, relational database, and spreadsheet technology, advances that weenies have been slow to understand the true significance of.

https://www.codecraft.ai/

https://medium.com/@reinman

https://twitter.com/datacountry_ai


Operating Systems Need an Overhaul
Functions should be first-class objects for starters. Another is direct
Kleisli support for JSON within the shell. Or how about support for
Kleisli joins and workflow? Handling continuations (lazy eval) at the
filesystem level? On the productivity side, Kan extensions should
handle much of the busy work of scaling out DevOps without having
to rip up code. The system should be able to split out lambdas
automatically at runtime. The list goes on and on.

In other words, Yoneda.
Yeah we know it is all madness drugs etc. to daring to challenge the
Big Tech status quo and take the industry forward into the future.
Category theory has always been controversial for this reason.
Some ideas
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 No.1060910

>>1060909

>Finally, you've graduated into the eternal design phase. With the power of Lisp, you can finally talk about how awesome your system is without actually implementing anything. You're all talk and no action.

Is this a perk in Fallout?


 No.1060911

Good luck getting developer support and program support. The majority of business applications run on either Windows or Linux.

>AI-driven LEAN software JIT composition, collaboration, live interactivity, language mixing, multi-layered coding surfaces

Buzzwords. When will the word "blockchan" be introduc-

>It also takes inspiration from blockchain, relational database, and spreadsheet technology

Nevermind.

>(((NYC bankers)))

Confident enough that your project is at the behest of autistic philanthropist jews.

>Estonia

And I'm pretty sure that country didn't even exist until the collapse of the Soviet Union.

What an empty idea. Invest innovation into hardware and FPGA's, not worthless OS dribble. You can program a new OS. You can't program a new interrupt controller- you could if everyone was using FPGA's.


 No.1060913

>with a HTML user interface

literally UNIX braindamage and Windows 7+ already has this. one of the reasons software is so crap right now is because everything is just a web page embedded into a program.

>getting a hardon about "applying" some memecalculus of the day

nothing to see here just another shitty boomer startup

>>1060911

no, Estonia got uncucked after the soviet union, like literally half of Europe


 No.1060928

>lispfag

>actually content with something

hahaha

bless your soul!


 No.1061101

File: 75beee41f500b0e⋯.jpg (55.51 KB, 326x340, 163:170, le negro of laughter.jpg)

>>1060828

>making a gay "modern" website for the project before you've even made an alpha version of the software

lel




File: 199accb2bc8f6d7⋯.png (35.34 KB, 250x248, 125:124, cf1a395fe7b4ba409a276d9421….png)

 No.1060435[Reply]

When I misspell words or use chanspeak, I get weird autocorrections.

Oftentimes the word has some weird connotation to it if you think about it, it's related to the word in either a denigrating or spoopy way. Why is this?

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 No.1060746

File: 6d5d1249e56c773⋯.jpeg (14.25 KB, 166x255, 166:255, molyneux start arguing.jpeg)

>>1060450

>>1060499

Well memed my niggers


 No.1060747

>>1060536

I'm sorry I don't listen to plebian music but I understood it


 No.1060875

File: 90c18b817420100⋯.png (266.67 KB, 1424x780, 356:195, abstract.png)

File: 80c32ba1b3a469e⋯.png (691.3 KB, 1388x800, 347:200, fig 2.png)

File: 51ddd7e2b138de5⋯.png (688.31 KB, 1398x734, 699:367, fig 3.png)

>>1060435

>why's my autocorrect acting up

I don't even /tech/ and this wewed me


 No.1061015

>>1060521

nice spacious spacing you have there

plebbit


 No.1061033

>>1061015

kys you uncultured niggerfaggot




File: a5dadc2970c91b2⋯.jpeg (18.1 KB, 530x298, 265:149, EatingYourData.jpeg)

 No.1047261[Reply]

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/03/29/tesla-model-3-keeps-data-like-crash-videos-location-phone-contacts.html

http://archive.is/jGosN

>Crashed Tesla vehicles, sold at junk yards and auctions, contain deeply personal and unencrypted data including info from drivers' paired mobile devices, and video showing what happened just before the accident.

>(...) the computers on Tesla vehicles keep everything that drivers have voluntarily stored on their cars, plus tons of other information generated by the vehicles including video, location and navigational data showing exactly what happened leading up to a crash, according to two security researchers.

Elon fags will defend this.

Librecar when?

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 No.1060636

>>1060631

With a Robo fleet they could use it as a buffer for transitioning into the next generation of Autos. At the end of every generation they can use the production to replace worn out cars in the fleet while they work on getting their facilities up and ready to sell the next generation of cars to the general public. The cars that are too beat up to be sold on lots could then be dumped onto craigslist.


 No.1060649

>>1060627

>robotic car

Only in America can you find solutions to lack of rail transit that don't entail building some actual fucking rails.


 No.1060678

File: c02bebba967a886⋯.jpg (15.63 KB, 450x500, 9:10, elomu.jpg)

based elomu


 No.1060704

>>1047375

>I'm horrified to imagine owning a newer, computerized car.

Well you should be, all the diagnostic systems are locked for the OEMs to be used, there are a few ones that repair guys can do but they can't touch anything because even if they repair the parts that are pointed out by the software it needs to be validate via the software (DRM) and only the OEMs have they, of course you can always find one of the tool boxes on the black market but it's illegal for you to have one.

So yes the libre car is something that is needed.

You'd have to not that mechanics is very close to computing actually.

There's this too:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8JCh0owT4w


 No.1060978

>>1060704

You seem a bit knowledgeable, so Ill ask you. Is there a way that I can access the rotation of the wheels on a 2-wheel drive car through software? If not, what can I access? The car is Japanese and its made in 2007, I believe. If you dont know, can you point me somewhere?




File: 58193e53f7fcb67⋯.jpg (45.15 KB, 800x510, 80:51, super_retro_boy_details_th….jpg)

 No.1057951[Reply]

What the heck is with this trend of taking a modern computer and using it solely to emulate a 40 year old microprocessor? It's just a damn pi every time. It would be interesting to see a retro-style console made from actual hardware, but this? Even chink hackers are more ambitious than these 'makers' and their pi shit when they make their plug'n play consoles.

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 No.1059764

>>1058102

Games don't even get finished before being released these days. What makes you think anyone would bother to optimize them?


 No.1059931

>>1059561

just because you cant do binary arithmitic and simple sequential logic shit does not mean FPGA is out of your grasp. You can buy dev boards for sub 100$. Supply and demand. No one wants to learn FPGA because they cant script python on one. Arduino are pices of shit. They should have some sort of modern 32 bit ARM chip. You can learn way more on a STM board. Its what they actually use at colleges tH2jFHd teach. To be fair the dev environments for FPGA are bloated but they are far from unusable.


 No.1060915

>>1059931

The FPGA boards themselves aren't the cost prohibitive part, the tool-chains are. Sure, there's a student version of Vivado (IIRC it's a limited time trial?), but that's about it. Thank god for project icestorm and verilator.


 No.1060918

>>1059931

My point is that the development software was heavily bloated and proprietary, dullard. I have no problems doing sequential logic.


 No.1060934

File: da416b30f0bac1b⋯.png (1 MB, 2074x866, 1037:433, 1 Game list .png)

>>1058036

You're the only other person other person to talk about the Arduboy in this entire board, i also really like it.

>>1058185

>Right because dropping $50 bucks so you can play snake and tetris cones on something with no real games or emulation ability sounds like a great idea.

50 bucks isn't that much, and you can make your own one for 12 dollars by getting the parts separately. Also you clearly don't know about the library of games it has.




File: ec93a6227d41b9c⋯.jpg (146.55 KB, 1200x902, 600:451, DmQxyqRXoAE9qh1.jpg)

 No.1060914[Reply]

Should I learn Lisp if I hate Jews?

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 No.1061506

>>1061292

Biologically he was half-kike, which even your beloved nazis tolerated.


 No.1061704

>>1061506

>your beloved nazis

Doesn't matter. If you're born from a Jewish mother, you're Jewish.


 No.1063560

>>1060914

Try JavaScript, an average rightist IQ is far too low for Lisp, but you may give it a try as well, you always learn something even if you fail.


 No.1063561

>Should I learn Lisp if I hate Jews?

Every sensible person hates Jews.


 No.1063974

>>1063560

Why do you think OP is a "rightist"? What is a rightist?




File: b05f4201edcf903⋯.png (36.96 KB, 400x249, 400:249, zfs-linux.png)

 No.1060418[Reply]

What's more, they tried to hold a fake discussion about it to show how everyone likes the idea, after the thread goes south, they lock the thread and push the commit anyways, because your opinion doesn't mean shit, I have a blue hair cat lady I need to score good boy points with.

https://github.com/zfsonlinux/zfs/pull/8660

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 No.1060858

>>1060425

Yeah, zfs on freebsd is way less sketchy.

>>1060431

It's a "Next gen" filesystem like btrfs, software raid, deduplication, compression of filesystem. If you run vms or databases with lots of repeating data you can dedupe it and save a fuckload of space. I think btrfs can do these things too, never messed with it. What the fuck is desktop purposes anyway. I guess snapshoting is good for backups if you don't want to go offline for backups. Also compressed filesystems can read data at higher rates than is physically possible.

>>1060799

i lol'd


 No.1060865

>>1060431

What if BTRFS was not only finished, but also tested for decades?

ZFS


 No.1060872

File: 96b74bf56ffec11⋯.png (159.79 KB, 1170x836, 585:418, freebsd-soyface.png)

>>1060632

>FreeBSD ZFS devs

of course!


 No.1060885

>>1060639

>BSDfags

Do not blemish OpenBSD's good name by grouping it in with the pozzed (((freebsd))) sjws and (((backdoored))) netbsd.


 No.1060906

>>1060885

>complains about backdoors

<uses OpenBSD

lol




File: 9f4c4f922104208⋯.jpg (281.78 KB, 1000x936, 125:117, ib2.jpg)

 No.1059807[Reply]

I spent an hour and a half making this hyper autism, unreadable chart of all the imageboard software I could find. Anything I should add?

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 No.1060785

>>1060779

https://archive.is/DyKYm

World2ch came after futaba, newfag.

Futaba was founded on August 30, 2001 as an image-based counterpart to the text-only 2ch.

Also, from what i remember there was little evidence to proove that moot actually stole any code. even though it was the basis of a large amount of drama.


 No.1060788

>>1060785

I never said moot stole any code, I said he cloned it which is different. Also 4chans old index.php source code was leaked back in 2014 so we know none of it was stolen


 No.1060792

>>1060785

Also, I didn't say world2ch was the first IB in general, but the first modern IB. World2ch IIRC introduced the "Name Email Subject New Thread textbox" format that everyone after copied including 8ch itself


 No.1060811

>>1060785

For the first few years there used to be a link to the PHP source code for 4chan on every page, in keeping with the open source original.

Other people actually did the coding work, because "the guy whose only job was to register the domain name" was fucking retarded and couldn't code very well--actually breaking the board several times when he tried to do something.

Sometime in ?mid 2005, moot ~illegally~ made the board code closed-source -- around the time he decided to start logging everyone and things like wordfilters and automatic bans appeared.


 No.1060902

>>1060811

Halfchans source was never licensed anyways. Very few people remember or were even around when you could still view the php code




File: 6e6efcc06949410⋯.jpg (69.52 KB, 800x1000, 4:5, john-carmack-vr-script.jpg)

 No.1029370[Reply]

I'm still completely in the excited-newbie honeymoon phase, but writing Rust code feels very wholesome.

https://twitter.com/id_aa_carmack/status/1094419108781789184

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 No.1060549

Is there a list of "toy" languages?


 No.1060552

>>1036460

Notch sold digital legos to Microsoft, who now uses it to try to get kids on Windows 10, whereas Carmack was the driving force behind GPLing the idTech engines up through idTech 4. All Notch did was say some shit on Twitter that would obviously not sit well with certain groups that have some power right now, which lead to Microsoft culling him from the credits. The moral of the story is its better to have a hobby, like rocketeering, than to engage in internet arguments with your real name.


 No.1060723

File: e3037b352fd981c⋯.png (2.08 KB, 230x169, 230:169, Screenshot_2019-02-10_John….png)


 No.1060777

I wonder if it has anything to do with the classless approach to OOP that Rust has. Carmack was reluctant to switch over to Sepples from C, stating that OOP is a big ball of mud.


 No.1060780

>>1060723

>3 months ago




File: 87d975bbc7e149e⋯.jpg (2.46 MB, 1904x13984, 119:874, SpeedGate.jpg)

 No.1055464[Reply]

SPEEDGATE

SpeedGate is a sport that some AI faggots came up with. I wanted to archive the website and link that here, but the website is generated from JS in real time (because that's apparently necessary to describe a sport,) rendering archiving useless. Eventually, I had to screencap the website 18 times and stitch the parts together in GIMP to create pic related.

The game seems alright for backyard fun; thing is, it really wasn't that much work on the part of the software. The sport was dreamed up by a series of ANNs that were being run on an (((Nvidia))) cluster along with many other possible games and this one was the one that made the most sense (others were games that involved exploding frisbees and underwater freerunning.)

Although the sport seems decently fun, it seems that the creators are complete faggots. I'm not sure about my own opinion of this sport, but it at least seems like a technically impressive feat.

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 No.1058005

Looks fun. More people need to go out and do physical activity more.


 No.1058011

More like SpeedGAY


 No.1058246

>>1058005

Why did they need a computer to invent this, though?


 No.1058387

Yeah Right...

In the words of George Raymond Richard Martin:

"You just took a lot of pills, mashed together a bunch of sci-fi and fantasy clichés and crapped out a 2000 page turd."


 No.1060743

File: 55c8825f091621e⋯.jpg (197.91 KB, 800x994, 400:497, 1544644547845.jpg)

>Going all out for victory is applauded, but it should never come at the expense of having an awesome time!

This might be passable as a sport if the creators weren't such insufferable faggots




File: 1eb8e6a46162c67⋯.png (20.34 KB, 758x639, 758:639, Bleeding edge.png)

 No.1048315[Reply]

I'm looking for a multiplatform (Windows and Linux) GUI design platform. So far, everything I tried was utter shit. QT threw an useless error message on my first run and it's tremendously bloated.

The best stuff I've tried so far is wxWidgets but it's worse than VB6 in all aspects.

Do you have any suggestions? I'm looking for stuff available since 1996 in Win32 land but even that low bar seems impossible to overcome with multiplatform GUI systems.

Pic related: this is the best the open source community has to offer when it comes to GUI design (outside of QT). Word 97 looked better than that.

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 No.1059256

>>1048345

>>1048350

Every primary component of Electron has a satanic marketing logo which means the people curating it are not primarily interested in building software but subverting it. It is a terrible platform on top of that. The requirements of desktop software and the rank desperation to make it easy proves who the retards are in the tech world (SJWs, pajeets, and glowniggers).


 No.1059276

>>1059021

It's Object Pascal and there is nothing wrong with Pascal.


 No.1060141

>>1052838

7.1 by itself or 7.1.1/2?


 No.1060152

File: 8bc03718f5d8c49⋯.jpg (4.81 KB, 320x180, 16:9, oop.jpg)

>>1059021

>>1059276

What would be wrong with (Object) Pascal?


 No.1060684

>>1048342

>>1048335

Motif is probably the best choice, assuming it'll still work on modern Windows. Last time I ported a Motif application to Windows was for NT4 back in 2002. Otherwise Motif is portable across all *nix systems. Only the Motif Window Manager targets X, but not the widget toolkit itself.




File: 5fb014fb8bcaa65⋯.jpg (53.27 KB, 600x360, 5:3, Windows_Vs_Mac_Vs_Linux_9.jpg)

 No.1060656[Reply]

is this accurate?

10 charqacter limit

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 No.1060850

>>1060846

Both give pleasure to aids-riddled fags.


 No.1061044

>>1060711

Could you stop being a niggerfaggot, anon?

> retardation

> freedom

Pick one, slavecuck


 No.1061516

>and usually your fault


 No.1061856

>>1060676

Xbox should be a 1911


 No.1062383

maybe it's time for you to go back to Facebook




 No.1040711[Reply]

http://archive.is/uYGeS

>Turning a hard drive into a listening device doesn’t have anything to do with its data storage capabilities. Instead, the team leveraged the sensors that help control the position of the read head above the platters.

>Any vibration can alter the position of a hard drive, so a modern hard drive is sensitive enough to pick up even minute disturbances in the platter. Yes, even human speech shows up in the PES data.

Long story short, the signal needs to be loud and the attacker needs physical access, but HDDs can be turned into microphones now.

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 No.1041226

>>1040846

I could swear punctuation has rules?


 No.1052638

That's a lot of fan noise to sort through.


 No.1052657

>>1040711

This is why you should keep your HDDs in a NAS in your basement.


 No.1060589

>HDDs can be used as microphones

>screens can be used as microphones

>mice can be used as microphones

>dicks can be used as microphones

THE RIDE NEVER ENDS


 No.1060634

>>1052657

But I live in my basement anon.




File: 15621e72b3ad9a5⋯.webm (2.94 MB, 664x648, 83:81, ASSANGE_ARREST.webm)

 No.1051137[Reply]

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 No.1060579

>>1051359

>implying he isn't already MKUltra'd

>implying he hasn't been brainwashed into releasing misinfo


 No.1060605

intel backdoor cia fbi


 No.1060633

File: a519376840d36b7⋯.jpg (29.32 KB, 696x391, 696:391, arjen-kamphuis-696x391.jpg)

They made this dutch guy disappear after he visited Assange in the embassy. He suddenly went missing when on a trip in Norway.


 No.1061431

>>1051152

Unc's shit himself again!


 No.1061438

>>1051242

>>1051247

>>1051248

>>1051250

This is an ancient leak that didn't get much media attention. There are a few "giveaways" regarding him having HIV anyway. Old news




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