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File: 681b10c0c73bae5⋯.png (26.69 KB, 1024x512, 2:1, Google-Duo-For-PC-1024x512.png)

 No.864160[Reply]

Anyone here uses it? Any service used for visual communication?

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 No.864246

>>864166

that's where you are wrong, kiddo.


 No.864251

>>864186

>your existance

unnecessary


 No.864654

>>864160

it's a fucking meme. not only that, it's a botnet meme.

nobody wants it, nobody needs it, and nobody cares for it. there's already google hangouts or facetime or whatever. why did they make this? i dont know


 No.865192

File: 417c152af861694⋯.jpg (39.53 KB, 380x347, 380:347, smug_mob_hat.jpg)

>>864166

>Y-you're probably using it too!

What a pathetic argument.


 No.866755

A good thread died for this.

*sigh*




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 No.862066[Reply]

>tfw your shitty meme distro doen't even have automatic dependency resolution

gentoo is obsolete garbage in 2018

>compiling takes too long on older systems

>with newer systems the optimization speed in undetectable

even fucking arch (still shit) has proper dependency resolution. the only meme distro even worth considering is void but package manager is a gimmick more than anything else

>pic related, slackware's "package management" is so fucking horrific some people don't even consider it an actual package manager

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 No.862621

>>862494

>What's wrong with emerge's dependency resolution?

He's probably talking about Slackware. The only way I could imagine him claiming Portage being bad at dependency resolution is if he were just throwing out false accusations to be inflammatory. Everyone knows that Portage is one of the stronger package managers in the Ganoo/Linux world.


 No.863315

you forgot to tag your

cuckchan retardation containment thread

op


 No.863592

how do i emerge shitloads of things at once so when I wake up my frehsly installed gentoo has all my usual software?


 No.864187

>>863592

Do whatever the manual says, then read this entire page and set each variable as needed:

https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki//etc/portage/make.conf

Particularly:

MAKEOPTS="-j32 -l32"

EMERGE_DEFAULT_OPTS="--jobs=32 --load-average=32 --keep-going"

I'm sure there are more tricks, but this is what I use. Stuff always fails for me and requires masking and whatnot. There is also the jumbo file trick, on the forum, for emerging chromium faster on shitty PCs.


 No.864203

Oh, if you're wondering, emerge takes a list of atoms, not a single atom. Everything is lists or recursing folders of files. I'm sure you can use a file input somehow, too.

I believe you can also add atoms to the world favorites file, then 'emerge -uDNa @world'. I think I've replaced world and edited it manually, like a bad person. There's also a fetch only option if you only want to download packages. There must be a way to more aggressively fetch packages because it takes forever fetching when the particular job comes up.




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 No.857740[Reply]

Is it viable?

If not how long before we can browse the Internet for power consumption under 25W outside low spec mobile hardware?

Any low power tech welcome. Both hardware and

non-bloat software.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01y6bR6ETpA

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

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ikur8fzBQ0

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 No.863741

>>858337

They have literally swarms of people tearing and burning old electronics in Africa.

Though advancements in tech should be tracked. What if you have no good deals for used parts. (Unlikely to happen though) The know-how about new stuff might come in handy.

Besides you can unplug yourself more from the system if you combine low power tools with solar panels.


 No.863961

>>857740

>If not how long before we can browse the Internet for power consumption under 25W outside low spec mobile hardware?

Why the hell would I give a shit? I'll continue using my 300W AMD GPU and I will enjoy it.


 No.864015

Mac mini's idle around 11watts.


 No.864016

>>857740

my display alone eats 100w


 No.864017

File: e5598ba0d42c4e2⋯.png (66.79 KB, 898x570, 449:285, Screen Shot 2018-02-06 at ….png)

Put a SSD in and you could really get the usage down.




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File: 08709a87567d831⋯.pdf (7.07 MB, sicp.pdf)

 No.858165[Reply]

Looking for your first programming language, or some help with SICP, or lisp in general? This is the thread for you.

>why learn scheme

Scheme is the ultimate language to learn or advance your programming on account of the trumendous ammount of resources available for learning the language and the core concepts of most languages. It also has a exceedingly simple syntax which allows you to jump into higher level conscepts quickly without having to drudge through the significant amounts of brute memorization that most languages have. Whether you're a rustfag or a expendable java code monkeys based scheme can help you improve your programming by introducing you to new paradimes aswell.

>compilers

https://www.gnu.org/software/mit-scheme/

https://download.racket-lang.org/

https://docs.racket-lang.org/sicp-manual/

>books

The holy grail of intro to computer science is attachted.

>complete archive of the MIT course rencoded in patent free formats and compressed to 2.3gb. 20+ hours.

https://anonfile.com/Yfu72fd4b3/archive.tar.gz

>more easier problems to work on if you're strugling with the book.

https://projecteuler.net/

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 No.863628

>>863585

I've not seen the Berkley lectures but I really like the Sussman lectures so if they are roughly equal you can't go wrong. Just pick one and get started :)


 No.863640

>>863628

I'm going through Sussman, but have often heard Berkley's are better.


 No.863729

>>863598

Not the same anon but try giving meaningful names to your variables and procedures.

It doesn't cost anything and it'll make your code more readable


 No.863773

>>863729

I only do this in scheme, I'm not sure why, I guess because it feels mathy. I'll fix it.

>>863640

I wouldn't worry about it tbh, if you're already working through one you should probably stick with it.


 No.863966

>>863773

I'm just interested to see if anyone has an opinion on it, I'll likely utilize it down the road at some point as some sort of review and come to my own conclusion then.




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 No.856619[Reply]

WTF!

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 No.861570

>>861537

I love the notion of /tech/ being populated by elite hacker pros, but it's probably not too far from reality.


 No.861590

File: 09a080718d9250f⋯.jpg (44.29 KB, 500x332, 125:83, 1424733187527-2.jpg)

>>861559

You shouldn't. Just use Last.fm if you want to find bands and albums


 No.861774

>>861590

how is lastfm any better?


 No.861865

>>859592

I'm here since the first exodus

>>857033

But what if I don't actually want to own the music I'm listening to?

Also

>This article shows the twisted ways that they present snooping as a way to serve users better — never mind whether they want that

I think every spotify user is pretty aware that the application takes notes of what they are listening to create playlists based on their tastes

>>857106

make me

>>860114

oh no, da joos know that I listened to The Who three times yesterday, we are doomed!

When Spotify will start removing shit I like, I will switch to another service


 No.863963

>>861774

Bad app




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 No.785171[Reply]

There's been some talk for a while now about the idea of putting together a properly distributed imageboard, and there have been some efforts made towards that end. However, in my view the current efforts still have a number of weak points that leave them vulnerable to targeted attacks knocking them offline. NNTPchan for instance is cool, but the way it's put together DDoSing a (relatively) small number of nodes is still sufficient to take the federation down.

For the past year now I have been slowly working on an IPFS-based federated imageboard software package. It's still in a very early state, and I was hoping to let it sit until IPFS developed a little more, but recent events have made it clear that the noose is already starting to tighten now so out the door it goes.

Github: https://github.com/smugdev/smugboard

Working instance: http://localhost:8080/ipns/client.smugchan.org/#Qmf9QKURJVU53mzmysAFAR3mj48dLXqS2rNpq2o41EugcV/tech

(You need a running go-ipfs daemon set up as per https://github.com/smugdev/smugboard#usage to actually access it)

This is Smugboard, an imageboard package with a fully distributed content layer and a maximally decentralized control layer. It is composed of 5 separate server packages handling different aspects of posting and moderation, and a client-side renderer. Each thread and board takes the form of an append-only log hosted via IPFS, with moderation taking the form of a client-side filter. Users can choose to toggle specific mods on or off (soon - UI not yet complete).

As noted the federation is composed of a series of append-only logs, and these are published directly within IPFS. A proper UI for this isn't done yet, but it will be possible to fork any board or thread from its current state, or from any previous state, at any time. In the event of a board goiPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.859786

forgive me for this shitpost, but when will this be rewritten for WebAssembly-capable browsers?

>>852080

>make shilling expensive

10bux?


 No.863616

Is progress being made?


 No.863649

>>863616

Progress on this is directly proportional to the chance that 8chan goes down in the next couple days. The dev is busy watching anime the rest of the time.


 No.863664

bump


 No.863779

File: bdbf3426c3aed48⋯.jpg (150.21 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, [HorribleSubs] Sora yori m….jpg)

>>863649

This is accurate. Incidentally, my favorite show this season is Sora Yori, it's something special. Progress isn't at a complete standstill though, I actually got the in-browser server system totally working recently. The only thing left there is the UI, which is currently stalled because I hate writing UIs. It'll get done eventually, though psychologically the main killer right now is that js-ipfs isn't ready yet and I don't feel a major desire to push ahead when the project is still fundamentally uncompletable. If 8ch was about to go down I'd go all-out on it again though, so probably your best bet for immediate, substantial progress is to try taking down 8ch.




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 No.847487[Reply]

Intel was aware of the chip vulnerability when its CEO sold off $24 million in company stock

https://archive.fo/rwC7y

It's all tumbling down now. AMD better take advantage of this moment.

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 No.859757

File: af1736f6ca7cd8d⋯.png (12.19 KB, 737x275, 67:25, untitled.png)


 No.859821

>>859757

Wew lad that's some top notch shitposting


 No.863619

File: 08698166384ba3b⋯.png (150.31 KB, 699x770, 699:770, rust shills.png)

File: 705491966389dd0⋯.png (1.03 MB, 1024x768, 4:3, rust shills 2.png)


 No.863670

>>849189

>implying I'm not allowed to waste bandwidth in the name of quality


 No.863684

>>847487

>AMD better take advantage of this moment

Unfortunately they can't get over not including the PSP.




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 No.858441[Reply]

Share YouTube videos without giving them views. Bypass country blocks and age restrictions. Download YouTube videos and music. Keep your data private from the G

But it still connects to googlevideo, so google can track you anyway. And it uses cloudflare, an even bigger tracker. What's the point of hooktube then?

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 No.859476

>>859070

Add /v/, that fell to it

>inb4 but i am not giving views


 No.859681

>>859476

>no views given

>no fucks given

>mfw


 No.860292

>>859291

When m712 is bored, he gets shit done.


 No.860293

>>859681

>no wives given


 No.863663

>>858988

Those are just region-blocked video




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 No.842401[Reply]

Is there any non-bitmap monospaced font that isn't shit ?

For example I just tried Fira Mono and at the same pixel size of my current bitmap font it uses double the screen space.

Is there anyone here who's been using bitmap fonts their whole life and recently switched to something non-bitmap ? Help me please.

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 No.863463

>>842466

>tfw this and OCR A Ext are my go to.

Am I the only one that uses "programming fonts" for their whole OS?


 No.863480

>>863463

Of course not, smartass. You're not unique, nor special.


 No.863482

>>863480

Let's say he wants to be unique and special, what would he have to do?


 No.863483

>>863482

comic sans for everything


 No.863604

File: 3f596af1c518b91⋯.png (4.21 KB, 200x125, 8:5, Capture.PNG)




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 No.834451[Reply]

So, all the devs out there deleted their 32 repositories. I'm stuck with an awesome X60 with arch32, and no repos.

Does anyone know where anon can find 32 bit packages or repos after this yuge wipe?

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 No.863504

>>834451

debian sid bro


 No.863514

theres a torrent out there. iirc some anons are trying to save old linuxes. idk if its in 4chan.org/t or our /t/.

goodluck


 No.863573

>>834451

You knew this was coming. I stopped using Arch early 2017 and switched to Gentoo and GuixSD because of that blatant BS from Arch.

And besides, it turns out the memers were right; Gentoo is way more /comfy/


 No.863584

>>863573

>gentoo

>literally using a google OS

lol


 No.863589

>>863584

It's true that ChromiumOS is built using the Gentoo package manager, but it doesn't use the actually Portage tree and doesn't ship with any Gentoo utilities, either. ChromiumOS uses Upstart as its init.




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 No.862551[Reply]

The main cause of the restriction of personal rights in the modern era is compensation for technological advancement and avaliability of information, more specifically the increased potential influence of the individual. If you lived before telecommunications existed (and especially before the invention of the printing press and the post) you basically had no idea how to do anything (other than the obvious: sowing crops, tending to crops, harvesting crops, etc.) without acquiring an apprenticeship, assuming you weren't a part of the nobility or aristocracy. Information had a much higher price per unit, and because you're a un-specialized feudal serf, you could neither afford it nor care about it, and doubly so you probably wouldn't have the money or access to the proper resources to use it correctly. Cut to today, where you could conceivably design a bomb (thanks to the numerous references avaliable online or at your local library) build it (thanks to the now-relatively wide selections of substances offered by supermarkets and online websites) and mail it to someone discreetly. Let's take this a step further. If you had the money, and there were no laws prohibiting you, how hard would it be to build an atomic bomb in your own house by yourself? I don't think it would be naive to say that you could theoretically complete a design within a few days and have the proper materials within a few weeks. Now, imagine you had to do this a few centuries ago. No matter how much money or immunity you had, you would still have to INVENT the bomb yourself due to lack of information, and then SOURCE things yourself due to lack of suppliers. (who is selling 1.32 moles of isotope-z in 1642?) The minimum cost and effort required would far exceed what is required for an individual today.

For a more mild example, how easy would it be for a single individual to perpetuate "harmful" (society-destabling) information? With our global meme networks (social media) and knowledge of human psychology, a task like this would be considered trivial.

As technology, commerce, and technique grow more powerful, so does the individual - a kind of more lethargic, fatalistic Moore's law. One man can kill hundreds with a small portion of his salary and a squeeze of a trigger. The same man can kill millions with a few dozen salaries and the tap of a button. Imagine what the world will be like when we find the next Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.862978

File: b5bb7e9d1019c78⋯.jpg (1.59 MB, 1257x4361, 1257:4361, tesla.jpg)

>>862572

Learn to crop ya goof


 No.862998

>>862978

Some of that stuff is very believable but it's mostly

>XDD THE GOVERNMENT IS HIDING THE TECHNOLOGY TO LITERALLY DO ANYTHING LOL THEY JUST DON'T DO THIS

If you believe in a single ((("power that is"))) entity there's an amount of attributed power and competency you have to give the conspiracy so it actually makes sense. Just like how it wouldn't follow that retards are pulling the strings behind everything (because otherwise hoe could they be so effective) it wouldn't make sense that superhuman godlike entities are behind everything (because otherwise how could they be so ineffective). If you really think about it, the most realistic thing happening is that "the conspiracy" is probably run by a group of people only a few standard deviations above the normal person in terms of IQ, and the tech they have access to is probably at most half to a full decade in front of the curve. Not too powerful or smart otherwise we wouldn't be seeing the massive disruptions and inconsistencies in "the agenda", but not too dumb or impotent otherwise the general population would have already found out.


 No.863230

>>862998

smells like FUD


 No.863421

>>863230

Yeah, mostly. I don't think it's intentional on the part of the capped poster though, likely just the misinterpretation of data.


 No.863450

>>862551

>The main cause of the restriction of personal rights in the modern era is compensation for technological advancement and avaliability of information

Nah. The restrictions really only started to crop up post-9/11, and that wasn't caused by technological advancement, that was caused by muslims and the people that let them in.

>One man can kill hundreds with a small portion of his salary and a squeeze of a trigger

Evidently untrue. Shooters are good when they get into the double-digits, let alone triple.

> Perhaps it's time to pay attention.

Why?

Let's say your idea is correct. What's your proposed solution? Become Amish? Go full China?

If there isn't anything you can do against it, what's the point?




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 No.862859[Reply]

imagine the debugging

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 No.863442

>>863379

CS here. i am actually studying computation theory right now. cs is a lot about practtical application of math


 No.863447

>>862930

I have always seen this guy on the banner and I wondered who he was.

Kek for just finding out.


 No.863455

File: 8c3be3c253e43c6⋯.jpg (151.04 KB, 570x812, 285:406, differenceengine.jpg)

>>863158

>She's credited with writing the first algorithm.

Yes, for Babbage's machine, which makes no sense for the reason you conveniently ignored. The only scenario where it's possible Ada was first is if Babbage 1) never tried to write a single algorithm before inventing the analytical engine, which would mean he was stupid and 2) built a time machine and went 6 years back in time to steal her code since Babbage published in 1836 and Ada only in 1842.

>>863171

I'm not diminishing her accomplishments, you're the one making her accomplishments seem greater than they really were. She was easy to bed, she could translate scientific texts, and she wasn't stupid, but the first programmer she was not.

>>863194

Ada wasn't a fraud, she never lied about it. The lies about her are recent.


 No.863539

>>863442

Theoretical CS is a true discipline of math. Applied CS is extremely broad because there are so many applications of the study of computation to all kinds of subjects.


 No.864324

>>863455

>pic

Looks like machines I saw for sale in Africa.not




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 No.859992[Reply]

Redhat DE is has always been arrogant but following Ubuntu's switch back to GNOME, it has begun asserting itself as the one-and-only GNU/Linux desktop.

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 No.863372

File: 350a39eb250dc11⋯.png (717.44 KB, 1600x795, 320:159, VirtualBox_Linux_Mint_04_0….png)


 No.863386

File: ea4139a3583fe65⋯.jpg (228.01 KB, 597x450, 199:150, absolutely_big_guy.jpg)

>>863372

Wow. Completely rekt.


 No.863387

>>863372

Never understood the hype for Mint. Ubuntu already fills the "linux for retards" niche, only it does it competently and actually works out of the box.


 No.863392

>>863387

As I understand Mint, they based the distro on having a windows-like start menu.


 No.863393

>>863392

yep. After Ubuntu switched to unity, Mint was fairly successfully sold as the most Windows-like Linux. Cinnamon and their way of organising Mate played to all that.

I would never suggest mainline Ubuntu to a Windows users trying out Linux. Interface is too alien.




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 No.862096[Reply]

Hello, I've recently found some old utils source code in a 'UNIX power tools' book I purchased. Most of the stuff is from 1992-1993, but I thought it might be interesting to examine.

It includes emacs 18.59, tcsh 6.03, bash 1.11 ( a version no longer even available on the gnu repository), and many more!

the whole cd is located here:

https://www (dot) dropbox.com/s/zqymwzkwprtx2dj/powert.tar.gz?dl=0

size is ~346MB

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 No.863084

>>863068

>>>>>>TECO EMACS


 No.863094

>>863068

Emacs dropped the minor version around 1.2. It went from something like 1.2 to 13. Version 16 is just 1.6.

(They seem to have dropped this versioning system in early 2000s, but they've recently picked it back up)


 No.863096

>>863094

should have said

>GNU Emacs

Stallman started afresh with the numbering when he started GNU


 No.863364

>>862193

https://github.com/tsutsui/emacs-18.59-netbsd

Builds on Linux (x86? arm?) as well.


 No.865000

>>862413

>redditor

>macfag

LOL




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 No.863013[Reply]

Has anyone else found...

>Fake twitter accounts with 8ch content

>The same thread posted on multiple boards

>Replies that don't make sense

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 No.863202

>>863060

>>863066

First option: possible, but why would he do that, when it can kill the community?

Second option: They want r/the_donald and 4chan to leave, so that can't happen

Third option: Possibly 4/commies/, combined with /leftypol/ starting a raid to burn it down.


 No.863206

>>863202

You really think Jim cares about "the community"?


 No.863249

File: edd65204cbe6038⋯.png (81.48 KB, 500x399, 500:399, 97ce2fe528fd9769d023b926ff….png)

>>863045

You saw a Twitter account that automatically posts a board's new threads to an account about said board, and your first thought is that Jim is selling data to them? What is wrong with your brain?

>>863202

>Possibly 4/commies/, combined with /leftypol/ starting a raid to burn it down.

Or they're flooding in here from /g/ because the retard that runs that site keeps making it even more inhospitable for them. (see >>839692 ) This is not news. It's been happening for months and you'd have to be blind to not see it.


 No.863254

File: 82d9f9256bdea7b⋯.jpg (72.6 KB, 480x640, 3:4, bo2.jpg)

>>863083

i wish the leftypol botting meme would die. the BO is a semi-retard student who is probably a tranny.

i mean jesus, look at the PMs he sent his volunteers

>>>/8pol/56


 No.863283

>>863249

>>863254

In the micro scale, yes, it is just 4/g/ coming to /tech/, the bots don't target here.

In the macro scale, it is 4/commies/ trying to mess with multiple boards.




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