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File: 6f2471c8d711438⋯.jpg (21.78 KB, 800x525, 32:21, wireguard.jpg)

 No.1044788[Reply]

Wireguard hype thread!

>Article

https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=WireGuard-V9-Maybe-Linux-5.2

>What is it?

Wireguard is a new VPN protocol that utilizes state-of-the-art cryptography. It aims to be faster, simpler, leaner, and more useful than IPsec, while avoiding the massive headache. It intends to be considerably more performant than OpenVPN. WireGuard is designed as a general purpose VPN for running on embedded interfaces and super computers alike, fit for many different circumstances.

It has been and continues to be considered unstable and incomplete, but that time may be coming to an end in the near future.

>Why should I care?

WireGuard has been designed with ease-of-implementation and simplicity in mind. It is meant to be easily implemented in very few lines of code, and easily auditable for security vulnerabilities. Compared to behemoths like *Swan/IPsec or OpenVPN/OpenSSL, in which auditing the gigantic codebases is an overwhelming task even for large teams of security experts, WireGuard is meant to be comprehensively reviewable by single individuals.

>Where can I check it out?

https://www.wireguard.com/

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 No.1049010

>>1049004

You're the one being dishonest lol. None of what i wrote was wrong in any way shape or form.


 No.1049011

>>1049010

>None of what i wrote was wrong in any way shape or form.

That's where you're wrong.


 No.1049013

>>1049011

Rich, "Muh 0 argument feels over facts". It doesn't work like that.


 No.1049082

>>1048891

But that knowledge already exists, it's just no one does it in any commercial fashion because then the (((established scientific community))) will start to hunt them down and/or have it paraded among less-credible conspiracy theories to further sow doubt.

The best bet would be build an airship with large solar panels on top that you'd pretend are there to power the VPS but are only there to recharge the emergency battery which can power some avionics and start the backup diesel generator/APU in case the Reactors have to be shut down and restarted.

You could theoretically post the airship blueprints under an open source license as long as you leave the choice of power generation to the end user and don't specify anything about the internal powerplants beyond certain specs that the end user's generator and APU systems would have to fulfill.

For maximum shitposting have the airship host an IPFS-over-I2P node containing secrit documents about anti-scientic fusion reactors on an encrypted partition.


 No.1049086

>>1049082

protip: the air force doesn't like unidentified aircraft floating above land




File: fb171ae1283a407⋯.gif (25.51 KB, 250x243, 250:243, 1294277857949.gif)

 No.1030338[Reply]

has the internet doomed humanity as a whole?

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 No.1047527

>>1030878

Why are there niggers protesting no jobs in that pic anon. Did the robots cut off their free gibs or something?


 No.1047528

>>1030523

It would just go back to the way it was before, TV ruling everything, and if TVs were to disappear Radio or newspaper would do it.


 No.1047531

Just doomed the west. Most of the planet can't read. The internet allowed the realization of the worst of Huxley and Orwell's nightmares. But the people in the west embraced and ran to the degeneracy. Secret is that people hate freedom, and they really hate other people to be free. That fact dooms every society eventually the internet just put it into hyper-drive.


 No.1048961

>>1030349

shizospam


 No.1049049

>>1030946

>spreading idiocy and conformist thinking.*

ftfy anon.

the opposite of a meritocracy is a mediocracy, which descends straight into idiocy in short order.

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

https://invidio.us/watch?v=CsJFNQd62Wk




File: 3d89b4c98bae474⋯.jpeg (127.26 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, distros-1024x768.jpeg)

 No.1035759[Reply]

That it lets a program steal 100+% of CPU usage just like that?

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 No.1047525

>>1035830

I tested a fork bomb on my Android (Samsung) phone, first stock Samsung ROM and Lineage after flashing. I then used it on an out-of-the-box Ubuntu Server 16.04.

>Samsung ROM was kind of usable, but the power button stopped working

>Was still able to browse the app

>Has to pull out the battery for the process to stop

>Lineage just froze, again pulled out the battery

>atleast it didn't corrupt or brick or anything

>Ubuntu Server didn't show any stress

>I never bothered to test as root

>discovered later that root has unrestricted access, users don't


 No.1047775

a "package manager" instead of getting your apps yourself

you really are solving problems you yourself created there


 No.1047786

>100+%


 No.1047788

>>1047786

yes it did that (confirmed by htop)


 No.1048849

>>1047775

I don't see the sense in it if you can have the alternative.

I want automatically tested software, that is managable. Meaning updatable on demand, capable of locking versions, etc. In a standard interface, with a reliable problem resolver / dependency manager/fetcher.

Sane package management exist, but I think the tools are not very popular.




File: 6463226e02ca0f8⋯.jpeg (105.35 KB, 808x634, 404:317, 6b18918a-7202-4f77-8205-e….jpeg)

 No.1048770[Reply]

It claims to be so many things including having a decentralized name service I have looked at it so many times I've tried to find some stuff about it on jewtube And there's not too many videos on it there I mean I played with it to and it seems to be nothing more than a file sharing software Yet it claims it can do all these things and more It is there something I'm missing here is there a way to set it up to browse sites on there and use there GNS name system Or is it all bullshit

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 No.1048804

>>1048801

>documentation on how to set up their name system though

most probably still fake news but keep us updated if you figure it out

>I wonder if it's also possible to tunnel a web server through gnunet

same here


 No.1048806

>>1048804

> fake news

I saw a documentation on how to do it on their new website They got rid of the old one apparently here's the link to it

https://gnunet.org/en/tutorial.html


 No.1048807

>>1048804

I think from my understanding you have to make a reverse proxy or something like that im not 100% sure on that one


 No.1048811

>>1048806

Or I could just configure my system to pipe all of my internet traffic through gnunet and see what happens


 No.1048812

>>1048806

Like the true tard that i am




File: 1f30982061461ef⋯.png (35.65 KB, 772x282, 386:141, microg.png)

 No.1047783[Reply]

I use AOSP-based custom ROM, microG without google account and F-droid apps for stuff where possible.

I am aware Android still uses proprietary vendor drivers, but network monitoring didn't report any connection to google or other suspicious sites except for connectivitycheck.gstatic.com which can be blocked at dns level.

So is this solution relatively safe from data collection or do you know about something I don't know?

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 No.1048487

>>1048417

>Pinging is metadata of your activity. Can be used against you.

That's why you ping google (lots of people do it) instead of pinging a smaller site (very few people do it).

The biggest issue I can see is that now one more third party can figure out when you have internet access and when you don't, but your ISP can already do that and they're easier to get logs from.

>If you use a (((SIM))) card instead of WiFi then it's fine. If you host your site on a 2nd network or if you're away from home then it's fine.

Sure, you can work around it, but it's still a hacky solution that shouldn't go to production, and it also makes you a bit easier to track by anyone snooping on the path.


 No.1048521

>>1048415

Ping cloudflare, you will connect to their servers eventually.


 No.1048567

>>1048415

why would you even need to do that? i know when i have internet connectivity enabled and i can see it in the program if it cant connect to something. no need for tracking pings.


 No.1048604

>>1048365

The default for the hosts editor I am using is /system/etc/hosts, which produces no result. Should I modify it to your path? I don't know. LineageOS


 No.1048605

>>1048604

Adding that I am testing by attempting to access google.com in Icecat Mobile to see if it fails




File: 753af5cf300e71f⋯.png (42.23 KB, 1024x874, 512:437, jquery.png)

 No.1047105[Reply]

> The type of people Stack Overflow serves has changed, and now, as a part of the developer ecosystem, we have a responsibility to create an online community that is far more diverse, inclusive, and welcoming of newcomers.

> So a big challenge for Stack Overflow is welcoming those new developers into the fold.

> In many ways Stack Overflow’s specific rules for what is permitted and what is not are obstacles, but an even bigger problem is rudeness, snark, or condescension that newcomers often see.

> We’re looking for a new CEO for Stack Overflow.

> We’re especially focused on identifying candidates from under-represented groups, and making sure that every candidate we consider is deeply committed to making our company and community more welcoming, diverse, and inclusive.

https://stackoverflow.blog/2019/03/28/the-next-ceo-of-stack-overflow

https://archive.fo/3lY4M

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 No.1047950

>>1047855

with js enabled it also puts some meme effect around the mouse cursor


 No.1048113

>>1047843

>deleted post speaks of they when referring to White People

He secretly implied that he was not White.

>>1047855

>saturn purple

esoteric significance, and more if you take into account >>1047907.


 No.1048114

>>1048113

s/>saturn purple/>the colour saturn purple


 No.1048140

the only use for stackoverflow is espionage, ask a question about a proprietary in-house software system and maybe a diversity hire will be dumb enough to violate their NDA.

happens all the time on github

https://github.com/github/dmca


 No.1048146

>>1048140

Those dmcas look more like leaks that are being censored.

Well, for initial quick distribution github is probably alright.




 No.1047980[Reply]

I do recall an F-Droid app that, provided both users had the app, encrypted facebook direct messages between the recipients, as so that the messages being logged in facebooks servers cannot be read.

I cannot find this app, and am wondering anons know of any apps that perform the same functions for instagram, snapchat, other social media platforms, etc.

>inb4 zoomer btfo

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 No.1048040

>install F-droid to avoid the botnet

<install facebook along side it


 No.1048127

>>1048028

OTR is nice and all, but if you have the option, OMEMO is where its at:

https://conversations.im/omemo/

> Multidevice support, double-ratchet encryption, offline support


 No.1048141

>>1048040

Facebook is a website, you don't install it.

And their chat server is something entirely different.

>>1048127

>OMEMO

How do I verify that I'm not MITM'd?

Pidgin has a range of options because nobody verifies fucking fingerprints when adding a friend.


 No.1048167

File: 8079b0c20bc2986⋯.png (367.91 KB, 1440x3120, 6:13, Screenshot_2019-04-01-10-4….png)

>>1048141

>Facebook is a website, you don't install it.

Many, many people do. 1+B according to Google.

Maybe you meant one shouldn't* install it


 No.1048800

>>1048167

>Maybe you meant one shouldn't* install it

Uh no.

We are talking about chat clients that connect to fb's chat servers.

Installation of "facebook" is not required. But you must have "internet" installed.




File: 47c08dbb541d380⋯.jpg (17.64 KB, 550x204, 275:102, thinkpad.jpg)

 No.1048024[Reply]

What is the ThinkPad of automobiles?

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 No.1048087

File: f0da0be9f38d6ae⋯.jpg (73.96 KB, 558x734, 279:367, 189fbd0d232a0190ec7b920dad….jpg)

>>1048086

>Not in Russia. It is enough.

It might be true that having the longest border with Russia in Europe might have something to do with why we had so many of them.


 No.1048111

>>1048072

for US, to escape online tracking etc cheap early 00's is as recent as you can have.

for proper no black box early 90's

all new cars are basically state mandated to be botnet with the required reverse cam stuff


 No.1048164

File: 170119fd10c7f3e⋯.png (1.22 MB, 1440x3120, 6:13, Screenshot_2019-04-01-10-3….png)

>>1048111

Pre2000 anything is your best bet. 2003 at the latest. Ford f150s were very popular so parts are everywhere. GMC/Chevy 1500 are very easy to work on, can drop the trans and replace the motor with 3 wrenches. Chilton manuals are extensive so even if you're not a mechanic you can repair the whole truck with troubleshooting and steps by step instructions with pictures. To be a real Thinkpad of vehicles the following features are recommended.

Diesel engine: 500k miles easy, well over 1m if you take care. Can easily be converted to run other fuels like alcohol, and can run on veggie oil with no conversions.

Manual trans: Learn to drive one. More reliable, more power, more control, easier to replace.

4x4: snow, mud, you name it. Get some good tires.

No power anything: hand control 4x4, windows and locks.

I have not found a car that I would call a ThinkPad. Toyota Corolla or honda civic, 4 banger 1990-2005, super popular, easy enough to work on. If you can find one in a manual you'll never drive the wheels off. You never see one and think "man, thats the Thinkpad of cars" though


 No.1048190

>>1048164

yeah i drive a 99' s10 5 speed. crank windows, 5 speed. sadly electronic 4x4 but eh ill take it.

the 4.3s arent the best motors but theyll get you to 200k and theres plenty around.

running diesels on oil with no work is a meme though and you will clog your fuel lines and injectors. also anything diesel with any of the new eco shit is garbage.

in general new vehicles are awful. im pretty worried for 20 years down the line when all the junk is 2017 explorers. hopefully people figure out how to pull most of the eco and turn off all the 'entertainment system's spyware


 No.1048281

>>1048024

)))ford(((




File: fb1af23a1e9d0b6⋯.png (306.97 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, compartments.png)

File: 7627e0ecfb6145c⋯.png (998.83 KB, 1304x949, 1304:949, hated one.png)

 No.1037121[Reply]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLessJ4R6w8&t=1198s

Anyone use this? Anyone else even watch this channel? He's really great.

The idea is to "compartmentalize" your browsing between different browsers.

He has an older video on only this topic

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7GH_ZA5jik

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 No.1038668

>>1038611

unlikely

you underestimate the compartmentalization these megacorps have now to insulate themselves from any angry customers.

a live customer service rep at a retail location would have looked into the computer screen, saw it "flagged", and provided the person with a phone number to call, "sorry, I can't do anything, you have to call this number", at which point your connected to India, they press a button and out goes an automated letter, they'll even get a flag on their computer screen saying it's a bad goy account and they don't have to service you.


 No.1039196

>>1038562

>not using a local credit union where all the employees know you personally

heh I feel sorry for you kid


 No.1047618

>>1037343

Some degree of social media is necessary to function in modern society. Not having any social media raises red flags.

Captcha was "dox tu b" lol


 No.1048068

>>1037121

dude are you honestly shilling your shitty channel again


 No.1048070

>>1048068

Yes and thanks for bumping my thread.




File: 774a24cfe2b9ad7⋯.png (28.41 KB, 567x705, 189:235, Screenshot_2019-03-31 Fir….png)

 No.1047739[Reply]

Is there any escape?

Yes, another browser thread, you fucking idiot.

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 No.1047838

>>1047746

that moon is literally blue


 No.1047839

>>1047754

yeah in the 90s


 No.1047854

File: a8f026ec427b6a4⋯.png (158.84 KB, 500x500, 1:1, iET9hTy.png)

use ungoogled chronium, silly


 No.1047923


 No.1047925

>>1047750

/thread




 No.1047580[Reply]

Need a way to quickly and permanently wipe all files on a scammer's computer upon them downloading, any tips on what works best? Even better is if it were to go for their networks. Just a quick file or program that's undetectable generally on the computers of those in places like the Philippines.

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 No.1047723

>>1047710

>gain remote access to x86 based comp

>pip install undervolt.py & cpufreq

>set voltage to 12v overclock or something insane like that, or a overclock the bios won't shutdown for but will still fry the CPU in short time

>fork bomb or windows equivalent

>pray the bios/UEFI doesn't interfere within the time it takes to set proccessor on fire

>set computers on fire over TCP/IP over internets within minutes/days

>>1047580

OP the above poster is right though. If you wanted to bork his computer and do the world a favor just spread a self replicating virus that only affects windows since their image server is bound to be windows server. That way the pajeet gets infected and so does the rest of the call center, along with the added benefit of ridding the world of propietary software. Or you could just ask the call center agent to advocate for libre software instead of setting his computer on fire or making a self replicating windows virus.


 No.1047725

>>1047710

>gain remote super user access

>delete UEFI keys from /sys like potteringware

>done

Are you not entertained?


 No.1047726

>>1047596

All you dumbasses with your computer books couldn't know your ass from a hole in the ground. The computer things go round and round with next stops and floating points along with compilers.


From: hotmolly1@aol.com (HotMolly1)
Date: 16 Apr 1995

Was Bob Dobbs Real? I mean, was he a real person ever? or is he made up?

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: Re: Was Bob Dobbs Real?
From: dynasor@infi.net (Dennis McClain-Furmanski)

Nobody knows. He told me so himself.
Honest, I swear it.

--
dynasor@infi.net The Doctor is on.

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: Re: Was Bob Dobbs Real?
From: ghsst6+@pitt.edu (Geoffrey H Spear)

hotmolly1@aol.com (HotMolly1) wrote:
>Was Bob Dobbs Real? I mean, was he a real person ever? or is he made up?

"Bob" doesn't wear makeup. except when he wants to.

--
Geoff Spear |"And whenever rn sees your .signature
ghsst6+@pitt.edu | it'll rmgroup alt.slack as well! Yay!"
http://www.pitt.edu/~ghsst6/ | - Kibo

Just take it from them themselves, eating their homework


From: kibo@world.std.com (James "Kibo" Parry)
Reply-To: not-kibo
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 No.1047727

>>1047710

>gain remote root access

>play crysis in the background for days on computer or something demanding

>melt weak GPU's


 No.1047728

>>1047710

>gain remote root access

>find GPIO/PCI chip via hardware memory adress probing using already created lists of GPIO chips, their out there

>find someway to send 10v down the line like dd'ing the /dev/ice

>set computer on fire over TCP/IP over internets




File: ace168f09b52277⋯.png (211.04 KB, 1135x737, 1135:737, textadept-ncurses.png)

 No.1038367[Reply]

How can you possibly do it correctly?

I see things like menus (which are fine but what if I need multiline items). What about scrolling (not just down but also up)

What if I need to scroll not by lines, but by "items" like windows, or scroll horizontally

Also, ranger somehow uses images, how can images be seamlessly used. Can other types of things be items, like videos, and music (of course some other external program would be called to properly play it) What about resizing?

Wouldn't it be great to have a library on top of ncurses which allowed you to do these things plus more easily, just as the java swing allows one to easily build GUI programs.

I'm a minimalist fag, so I'd love for more TUI programs when appropriate, and it seems having something like this would be a yuuge help towards making TUI programs

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 No.1047230

>>1038476

>ranger

RIP


 No.1047278

>>1047223

Based.


 No.1047533

>>1038538

bamp for answer tbh.


 No.1047545

>>1039939

>>1047223

>offload more stuff to the terminal

>WOW NOW MY MAINFRAME CAN HANDLE MORE CONNECTIONS

>UNIX BTFO


 No.1047638

>>1047533

check out the environment variable LANG.

Try export LANG=en_US.utf8 before running your package manager.

Also try setting LANGUAGE=en_US




File: 9bf9aee169b6cef⋯.jpg (82.71 KB, 620x424, 155:106, music-producer-imac-setup.jpg)

 No.1004668[Reply]

What do you use/how do you cope? Is there any hope for commercial solutions/VSTs that only support Windows/MacOS to get a Linux port?

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 No.1042756

>>1004668

try

-Wine

-Mixxx


 No.1043221

File: 5f0dd5a1cb335a0⋯.jpg (470.14 KB, 1563x1767, 521:589, conquest.jpg)

>Audacity

Rarely to record/edit audio, but not commonly.

>GIMP

Typically for things like image editing.

>FFmpeg

Needs no introduction. But I also use it for video capture purposes since you can do that.

>Kdenlive

If I need to do more complex video that would be annoying or impossible in FFmpeg. I do the encoding with FFmpeg after outputting though.

>Aegisub

Not often, but I have done video subtitling a couple of times.

>QGIS

Not actually a creativity tool, but I found a particular use for it with screenshot stitching when things like perspective or scale are an issue, because it has a particular plug-in that is normally used for transforming images onto coordinates where you pick common points between the two. However if you load one image it's possible to do effectively image-to-image and it's much MUCH easier than trying to do it in GIMP with its limited transform functions. I doubt even Photoshop has anything like it.


 No.1047394

milky tracker for LibreChiptunes


 No.1047411

>>1009491

I wouldn't say it's that good, although it is good. The effects & transitions often don't work, which limits its use for me.


 No.1047413

File: 6713ce93a3713c4⋯.jpeg (57.49 KB, 720x713, 720:713, 3dae49e4de6a9cd0b8a7bd8d9….jpeg)

Video: OBS, Kdenlive

Audio: LMMS, Audacity




File: 1bf10c23684f163⋯.jpg (76.63 KB, 660x449, 660:449, osidjfosdijfsdojf.jpg)

 No.1044938[Reply]

https://www.apple.com/apple-events/livestream/

This time every year Tim Cook comes out of his hole in scilicon valley. The myth goes that if he shakes his wallet the entire planet will get usb c. Otherwise its two more years of winter.

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 No.1047248

>>1046846

But goy, our patented AppleChip(tm) in every cable ensures your safety!


 No.1047255

>>1047248

God damn you're a stupid. Kike not the brightest lentil in the soup are ya?

USB C is a connector, USB 3.1 is the protocol standard. Anyone can use any chip for communication with the USB. It's entirely vendor choice. Chances are even Apple doesn't even use their own firmware for USB.


 No.1047258

File: b29cc78d5f265d0⋯.jpg (69.24 KB, 640x360, 16:9, CableThunderbolt3_ifixit.jpg)

>>1047255

USB-C actually does use a very small chip inside the cable, but it's a simple passive unit that just tells other devices about the cable's capabilities, and doesn't contribute basically anything to the price of cables. Thunderbolt, on the other hand, places a large number of sophisticated powered components (signal boost, skew correction, etc.) that would normally reside in the device in the cable, which increases the price of Thunderbolt cables to over 10x that of a comparable passive mDP cable.

As I said, Thunderbolt is garbage for too many reasons for me to list here, but it has a lot of features (daisy chaining, native bus bridging) that might be implemented better in USB 4.


 No.1047267

>>it's a simple passive unit that just tells other devices about the cable's capabilities

Is this newspeak for it sends a UUID?


 No.1047402

>>1047258

>passive




File: d300d9b2e4b9d69⋯.png (1.13 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, vilechanlogo.png)

 No.1045604[Reply]

Hai fren! I made a new tor board called VileChan, please come over because it would make me happy.

http://hvjgdbwgmn4iu4yxkc4gxxclskxigh5oz52uot3ltqijb76wxjdnxpyd.onion/

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 No.1047281

>>1045623

3rd 4th?? honeypot I've seen posted in 3 days


 No.1047303

>>1045623

>>1047281

VileChan is not a Honeypot, and is not run by a glownigger!

A glownigger wouldn't have rule 1 of my board.

A glownigger wouldn't have rule 3 of my board.

A glownigger wouldn't have spent the time making two themes. (their used to be two, the second disappeared after I installed catalog for some reason and I haven't bothered putting it back yet)

A glownigger wouldn't have spent the time to make the image that I attach to all of my shills, most glowniggers probably don't know what an Umaru is.

A glownigger wouldn't have made the small logo and favicon.

A glownigger wouldn't respond to any criticism.

A glownigger wouldn't be working on switching to a modified imageboard script for everybody else's security, which you would know I am doing if you read the sticky on my board.

A glownigger would just use an spamming script to chill their board like deprescha did, but I didn't I shilled by hand.

A glownigger probably would target their board to a completely different audience.

A glownigger wouldn't make OC.

A glownigger wouldn't even moderate the board, they would just make it leave for a month and collect the data.


 No.1047317

>>1047221

Its super easy for Vichan. All you need to do is set up a server, MySQL, PHP and then open install.php in your browser to set up the board. The end.


 No.1047319

>>1047303

Nothing wrong with your board but you're being a bit of a fag right now m8. Which probably means you aren't CIA because they wouldn't hire you.


 No.1047388

>>1047303

You sound desperate for users, so I'll give your board a try. But you have to drop the ahegao shit, that meme has been stale for years and anyone still using it is too out of touch to run an imageboard.




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