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File: 8ab11162cad339a⋯.jpg (35.36 KB, 401x367, 401:367, hold on, she doesnt even h….jpg)

 No.986567[Reply]

What are some good sites that respect the client? (regardless of the quality of content on the site)

>disqualification:

- Google captcha

- completely non-functional without JS

>crippling penalty:

- banning/captcha-walling Tor or VPN usage

- Cloudflare

- not e2e encrypted

>hard mode:

- WWW

- aesthetically appealing

>beast mode:

- interactive forum with regular activity

- popular

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 No.1064419

www . 4 k e k . ml

>no logs

>no ads


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 No.1064960

>mangadex

my favorite site for manga, has a nice reader

>mobilism

you can request ebooks here and people are generally helpful

>reuters

one of my favorite news websites

>international business times

also decent but I think it leans left

>business insider

also decent but its usually paywalled

>https://cyberpunk-life.neocities.org/essentials.html

cyberpunk, tbh its pretyt outdated


 No.1064996

File: 3ae06747940753f⋯.jpg (10.58 KB, 480x360, 4:3, youarebased.jpg)


 No.1065621

I *think* my site doesn't suck very much. I just updated it, at least visually. Anyone want to tell me what they think?

https://floppys-lounge.neocities.org/




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File: 88887aa11c35f48⋯.mp4 (4.11 MB, 480x360, 4:3, 88887aa11c35f486f37523cdae….mp4)

 No.1027740[Reply]

The old thread passed the bump limit so I figured I'd make a fresh one. Discuss your old hardware. Are you fixing anything?

I have an IDE to mSATA adapter and an mSATA SSD coming in the mail to fix my thinkpad.

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 No.1064492

File: 6506cd2c6829be6⋯.png (172.18 KB, 1280x857, 1280:857, DRS - LXI.png)


 No.1064494

>>1064234

Fair warning, 4G breakouts are expensive as a motherfuck.


 No.1064499

>>1064185

Any old 3G-capable dumb phone will still work. You may need a SIM card adapter to use them, though.


 No.1065615

>>1064494

yeah I just looked online, $80+ for 4G vs. $3 for a GSM module. that's a shame.

I do have this ATT "mifi" 4g wireless hotspot thing though, I forget where I found it. I opened it and it looks like there's a big old modem chip on it, I'm thinking if I could find out the documentation for this thing maybe I could solder in some lines and pass it AT commands. i have no idea how, though. I guess I'd need to know the pinouts or something? I might post a picture of it, maybe someone knows how I could use it.

>>1064499

I found a Motorola Razor V3 in the closet, 3G. Actually considering getting that activated. not sure what network I'd need, though.


 No.1065616

File: aacf1e7789639ea⋯.jpg (2.72 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, 20190519_125538.jpg)

File: 38aa7977145d3f8⋯.jpg (2.61 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, 20190519_125542.jpg)

File: 6c9acdb55c1a133⋯.jpg (2.82 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, 20190519_125547.jpg)

>>1064494

>>1065615

>>1064234

here's the module I tore out. wondering if it could be used in any way.>>1064234




File: b6ed50275f23345⋯.jpg (84.3 KB, 1191x670, 1191:670, nenewithbook.jpg)

 No.1062254[Reply]

Learning a language edition. Let's talk about our troubles and successes.

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 No.1065273

I remember seeing a picture of programmer challenges, ranging for simple stuff like printing all the even integers in arrays to much tougher things. Does anyone have it saved?


 No.1065277


 No.1065294

File: 3be200267901207⋯.png (308.61 KB, 390x555, 26:37, rth.png)

>>1065277

Thanks, man. That's very helpful.


 No.1065307

I've been translating the Wolfenstein 3D and Doom source code into modern C++ and NASM, to re-learn the former, and to get a hang on x86 and x64 Assembly. So far, I've been doing alright. I've been considering reworking both games' graphics code with SDL or Irrlicht, but for now, I'm going one step at a time.


 No.1065612

>>1065307

>modern C++ and NASM, to re-learn the former

What was your previous experience with the language?




File: 93166db5f517961⋯.png (1.72 MB, 1280x1647, 1280:1647, Kagamihara_nadeshiko_Readi….png)

 No.1063306[Reply]

Hi /tech/, Well the thing is that i know the basics about programming (Variables, Booleans, Strings, Integers, Floats Conditionals, Loops, Functions, Classes, Inheritance, Polymorfysm) and i want to know... what's next? I feel lost right know cause i dont know what to do.

Should i get a job or what? Can you guys told me what's next once you learns the basics?

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 No.1064803

File: 5e6832b12e6756c⋯.webm (9.79 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Abelson Stole The Preciou….webm)


 No.1064817

>>1063371

>>1063775

>>1063883

Easily some of the worst code I've ever seen; not proper use of the language at all.


 No.1064995

>>1064817

What's so bad about it?


 No.1065072

>>1063310

Underrated post.


 No.1065611

File: d1b55c418212c86⋯.jpg (142.18 KB, 949x950, 949:950, niraka.jpg)




File: be2acba3b129149⋯.png (46.86 KB, 625x582, 625:582, WTFRust.png)

 No.1065595[Reply]

When I comment out the line in pic related, Rust will fail with the error


thread 'main' panicked at 'called `Result::unwrap()` on an `Err` value: Os { code: 11, kind: WouldBlock, message: "Resource temporarily unavailable" }', libcore/result.rs:1009:5

upon running, but when I let it print, it runs completely fine. What kind of fucking language panics or doesn't based on whether or not something prints?

 No.1065608

We have dedicated help and consumer stickies you know.


 No.1065610

>>1065608

This isn't a help or consumer post, it's a criticism of a language.


 No.1065639

I have no idea about Rust, but you're probably invoking undefined behavior, especially since multithreading appears to be involved. Printing likely has a lock that accidentally prevents the bug.




File: 40788229acbd1cf⋯.png (102.82 KB, 623x731, 623:731, 2019-05-23-154622_623x731_….png)

 No.1065495[Reply]

Would you use it?

It is still better than Patreon, I guess.

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 No.1065577

It's not just a VCS service for you anymore; it's also a payment processor


 No.1065578

I refuse to believe those 3 paragraphs of PR-speak hogwash are genuine. There's no way a freelance designer wrote that, it was writen by a PR team, not by her.


 No.1065589

>>1065578

You should check the project referenced at the bottom of the picture then.


 No.1065596

You'd think modern programmers of all people would understand why this kind of coupling is a bad idea. Oh well.


 No.1065609

>Be sure to like, subscribe, follow, retweet and sponsor me on GitHub!

>>1065596

You know what, I'll give my peers the benefit of the doubt on this one. Let's not forget MS has the money to mobilize a public opinion defense force to sortie on its behalf.




 No.1063167[Reply]

New modifications to the git

git clone git://git.savannah.gnu.org/gnuzilla.git

>* Hardened privacy settings: spoof referers by default, isolate requests to first party origin, and disable sending the origin header to the HTTP server.

>* Extensions:

>"LibreJS" updated to 7.19rc3, Now with Android support!

>Added "ViewTube" + "disable-polymer-youtube" extensions, which allow to browse and play >Youtube videos without JavaScript

>"TorButton" updated to 0.1.

>"HTTPS Everywhere" updated to 2019.1.31

>Improved interface for "Reveal hidden HTML"

>"Third Party Request Blocker" configured to allow requests to subdomains of the same site, known CDN servers (this is fine since we don't send referrers or origin headers), css files, and Youtube resource servers.

>"Third Party Request Blocker" configured to prevent scripts from capturing mouse and keyboard events, as well as zero-width-character tracking mechanisms.

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 No.1065425

>>1065406

>>1065418

Ya'll niggas need to find Jesus. And MSYS2.


 No.1065438

>>1065418

>It unironically might be easier to install gentoo

I have installed gentoo in the past and I agree I had less much ==BULLSHIT== if not none when installing gentoo than compiling on wintrash.

How do developers work on that piece of shit ?


 No.1065439

>>1065438

>Ya'll niggas need to find Jesus

Don't we already have Saint-iGNUcius ?


 No.1065481

so why is this still not on the gnu ftp?


 No.1065606

>>1065406

Mozilla has literally millions of dollars and can't even educate there developers to make propos documentation.




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 No.1065403[Reply]

Is there a good way of filtering threads and posts on 8chan and maybe even highlighting them similar with how you can on 4chan using the 4chan X userscript?

 No.1065407

Just modify the userscript

>inb4 help vampire tries to leech


 No.1065416

filter threads by clicking [-]. filter posts by clicking the arrow up in the corner. Both need js enabled. sage for stupid question


 No.1065604

File: ec56ea38e372a90⋯.jpg (71.02 KB, 368x555, 368:555, my faggot wife doing this ….jpg)

I made an html file for personal use.

I serve it locally together with some twine games using python -m http.server to avoid cors fuckery.

It uses local storage for filtering, has image hover and you can open threads by clicking the op post number.

It's a pajeet tier javascript turd that I made as a learning experience but I still use it even if it needs work.

If someone is interested I put it here

https://pastebin.com/LWWr1gFQ




 No.1064555[Reply]

Full remote backdoor available in all Intel and AMD computers since 2003

All your keystrokes, screens, files can be remotely read or modified on demand at any time by MOSSAD, even if your PC is turned off. That includes your encryption password.

Pre-PSP and pre-ME cpu's are not safe. ASF and DASH are previous versions of PSP/ME botnet. ASF --> DASH --> ME/PSP

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alert_Standard_Format

Alert Standard Format (ASF) (also sometimes referred to as Alert Standard Forum, Alerting Specifications Forum, Alert Specification Function, etc.) is a DMTF standard for remote monitoring, management and control of computer systems in both OS-present and OS-absent environments.

https://www.dmtf.org/standards/dash

>DASH provides support for the redirection of KVM (Keyboard, Video and Mouse) and text consoles, as well as USB and media, and supports the management of software updates, BIOS (Basic Input Output System), batteries, NIC (Network Interface Card), MAC and IP addresses, as well as DNS and DHCP configuration. DASH specifications also address operating system status, opaque data management, and more.

they can access your keyboard, video, mouse over the internet

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desktop_and_mobile_Architecture_for_System_Hardware

Desktop and mobile Architecture for System Hardware (DASH) is a Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) standard.

>Intel Active Management Technology is a compliant implementation of DASH.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Active_Management_Technology

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 No.1065581

>>1065530

You're the only one who mentioned /pol/, anon. This is a discussion about safe computing platforms. It is apparent you are trying to create an aggresive accusation and discussion for no reason, than to perhaps derail the thread. Someone could be a libertarian or socialist and be skeptical of modern survaillance states.


 No.1065582

File: 558e14fe8805dcd⋯.webm (501.52 KB, 640x360, 16:9, absolutely_disgraceful..webm)

>>1065530

>typical /pol/ schizo conspiracy.

Oh look, it's >>>/trannypol/

Go back to sucking your BOs dick and being a corporate whore!


 No.1065594

>>1065520

>I don't know about WLan USB dongles but I have yet to see a WLan chip Windows doesn't immediately recognize.

I've worked with lots of USB wifi dongles over the last 10 years from different models and brands, Windows never recognized ANY of them. I had to manually install third-party drivers for all of them. I don't doubt there exist some that have built-in drivers in Windows, but probably not many.

Of course native support for built-in notebook wifi chipsets is another story.


 No.1065597

>>1065581

>>goyim

>>(((them)))

>"but what if he's just a random libertarian not connected with /pol/"

I'm not an idiot, anon.

I'd welcome civil discussion, but that's hardly possible with someone who sees jews behind every anon that doubts his claims. See >>1065582 - a typical /pol/nigger retorting with nothing but namecalling instead of providing some sort of proof that consumer boards can be exploited.


 No.1065600

>>1065028

>last safe x86

While initially special SL versions were required for SMM, Intel incorporated SMM in its mainline 486 and Pentium processors in 1993. AMD implemented Intel's SMM with the Am386 processors in 1991.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/System_Management_Mode




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 No.1052054[Reply]

G'day /tech/, recently I've been searching for good DNS providers and would like to gather some opinions on which on to chose. Currently I'm torn between open-DNS and Cloudflare-DNS but I'd appreciate alternate options.

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 No.1064988

File: 3a7ec45510dbf85⋯.png (48.08 KB, 956x526, 478:263, 1558449365-100800282_scrot.png)

>>1060207

Don't do that.

Instead use tor as a SOCKS5 proxy for dnscrypt-proxy and give it some generous caching.

That way you have non-cianigger client-encrypted DNS over an anonymous transport.


 No.1065441

What is the point of running DNS over the Tor network if the browsing you do is not through Tor as well? Your ISP can tell which IPs you connect to and it is trivial do to reverse DNS lookups. What is the benefit of adding Tor instead of only using dnscrypt? Only reason I can think of is anonymity from the person(s) running the DNS server.


 No.1065576

File: d8964527411078c⋯.jpg (186.92 KB, 600x900, 2:3, terry2.jpg)

my government/isp has banned all chans and lewd sites so i have to use a vpn every time.

i've tried dnsycrpt-proxy with my gentoo and lfs install exactly like how the repo's wiki says but no dice. it doesn't unblock anything, it just resolves the sites i'm able to access with the botnet nameservers anyways.

anything else i can try other than being stuck with vpn?


 No.1065598

>>1065576

You need to disable the SNI header of your TLS handshakes. To do that install libressl and remove SNI in the source code of the library.

SNI is a unencrypted handshake with the URL you are trying to access and that's how they block you even though your dns is encrypted. South korea was famous for this. Don't use encrypted SNI because it has the same issues as regular SNI.

SNI was originally so you would trust a domain with a single certificate for subdomains. So say you wanted to access google.myporn.net, with SNI you only need to trust googles certificate for that subdomain. But without SNI you have to have two certificates, one for google.net and one for google.myporn.net.

SNI is just a shitty backdoor and needs to be removed. Don't use websites using said technology because they intentionally make all their subdomains use the same certificate thereby making it easier to decrypt the traffic. Instead of finding multiple private keys to decrypt all you need is a single key for all subdomains to decrypt.

TLDR; Don't use SNI in any form and remove it at the source code level.


 No.1065599

>>1065598

The reason you can access it with VPN is because all your ISP/government sees is the SNI for the VPN, the SNI for the website you access is encrypted using the VPN tunnell. But why let the government/ISP block you VPN based on SNI too? Just remove SNI altogether.




File: 995b17eebff4664⋯.png (139.06 KB, 700x583, 700:583, fucked.png)

 No.1063067[Reply]

So what's your opinion on Firefox and do you use it?

I find it fucking slow and laggy even on the fastest NVMe SSD that money can buy.

But most of all... I just want to know if people on here are as absolutely cucked as 4chans tech board, which basically has a cult following for SJW Mozilla shit - It's like being on Reddit.

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 No.1065569

Palemoon.

add-ons:

eMatrix

HTTPS Always

AdBlock Latitude

Eclipsed Moon


 No.1065572

>>1065569

>outdated sofware with a bazillion security issues maintained by furry

No thank you

unbased btw


 No.1065583

>>1065572

Suit yourself. It's definitely not as bleated or even nearly as sluggish as firefox. This thing runs quick, has plenty of themes, has anything you'd expect from icecat, which is essentially a watered down tor browser, without the bloated feeling, and the constant GNUblocker shifting that annoys the hell out of me. It just werks.


 No.1065591

>>1063067

>So what's your opinion on Firefox and do you use it?

>I find it fucking slow and laggy even on the fastest NVMe SSD that money can buy.

In current versions and using same extensions, Firefox performs better than ungoogled Chromium for me, and I wouldn't call it slow or laggy, in fact it's pretty snappy.

The performance difference becomes bigger as their caches, cookies and other junk fill up. Firefox remains speedy even with over 500 MB of junk data while Chrome/Chromium performance starts to suffer around the 200 ~ 250 MB mark (which nowadays can mean just a few hours of web browsing) and slows to a crawl above 500 MB. Chrome needs regular maintenance to remain fast.

On the performance side my only problem with Firefox is that it displays lots of vertical screen tearing while scrolling pages with hardware acceleration on, while Chrome with hardware acceleration has no tearing issues.

But in the end I'll agree that all modern browsers are complete shit, the modern web is complete shit, and ultimately it's not a matter of which browser is best but which is less shitty.


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 No.1062020[Reply]

What are /tech/'s thoughts on the feasibility of a global meshnet as an alternative to the internet?

I have to say, updating the *Internet as a platform* is an interesting idea. We all eventually replace or update or patch our internet-connected devices, why not also the means that makes them useful? When considering the internet as a platform, how would you improve it?

I am particularly interested in this idea not only for the fact that it would mitigate censorship and allow universal access but also because i have come to realize that the Internet is the great equalizer in the digital age. Anyone can log on and find an answer; start a business; find a home; hire an employee; and so on.

As i see it, an alternative internet is an opportunity for humanity to create something truly special, a non-natural resource that is unlimited and free. De-centralizing such a powerful resource would, in my opinion, be the only way ensure its endurance in the future as a resource that connects and informs.

I would love to hear some other perspectives on the topic. For me, I want to be free from interference.

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 No.1063760

File: c4646821e2f938b⋯.jpg (250 KB, 900x842, 450:421, 1421285314863.jpg)

>As i see it, an alternative internet is an opportunity for humanity to create something truly special, a non-natural resource that is unlimited and free

Lemme tell you something son, the overwhelmingly majority of people a.k.a normies don't give a damn about censorship and freedom, even if you managed to get a working global mesh network it would be used only by a handful of autismos and wouldn't have not even 0.01% of the content you have on the internet.

Also another thing to consider is that the same entities that curb freedom on the internet could easily shut down your precious mesh networks if they want to, all it would take would be for them to claim that you guys only want a separate internet to spread your evil nazi-pedo-terrorism and that's it the network would go down and you guys would be sent to jail.


 No.1063764

>>1063760

Not if the transmission of the info is kept in secret. You could do dead drops like those Russian spies that were found in the US a couple years ago. Also consider onion routing which is pretty useful even in the regular Internet and allows you to trade latency for anonymity.

You can even interconnect networks and add a small crypto payment for things like solving captchas or paying for bandwidth.

>the overwhelmingly majority of people a.k.a normies don't give a damn about censorship and freedom

They would if the Internet is shut down, and if it isn't, we don't even need a meshnet, we just need steganographhy, onion routing and/or open APs throughout the city. Who will suspect that video of you toying your pooper that you just uploaded to degeneracytoday.com has all the latest neo-nazi memes?

another link https://directory.fsf.org/wiki/NNCP


 No.1063784

I tested Scuttlebutt, and it seems to be irremediably pozzed.

The client is written in Electron, it has a CoC, you are expected to be a namefag, it seems to be prone to censorship, and I couldn't find anything on how to actually transfer data without connecting to one of the servers.


 No.1063789

This is much more like what I was interested in (a delay tolerant equivalent to Freenet)

https://www.usenix.org/legacy/events/fast08/tech/full_papers/demmer/demmer_html/index.html#daknet


 No.1065565

File: 71ac56a8cfa4de3⋯.png (128.2 KB, 800x580, 40:29, 1*rzpn-WRHzz0X7yccXkB6Aw.png)




File: 7ecc4d8889a5be0⋯.jpg (31.77 KB, 600x320, 15:8, ifixitbutterflykeyboardtea….jpg)

File: 267332b1f15bcdd⋯.png (28.86 KB, 673x444, 673:444, Untitled.png)

 No.1065337[Reply]

http://archive.is/sN6XO

>Apple has also expanded the scope of its service program for keyboards. The company says that, again, a "small percentage" of MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro models have problems, specifically that "letters or characters repeat unexpectedly", "letters or characters do not appear", or "key(s) feel 'sticky' or do not respond in a consistent manner".

At at the very bottom

>MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2019, Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports)

>MacBook Pro (15-­inch, 2019)

This model came out only a few days ago at the time of this writing.

Which basically means Apple is admitting their products are potentially fucking defective even as they're shipped to stores

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 No.1065473

>>1065470

I have a hard time believing that it's not cheaply made. Apple's hardware is flimsy as shit. Everything else is garbage as well, but Apple created this trend, and is still in the lead. They have the worst designs and some of the worst build quality on the planet, to the point that they dragged the entire industry to the fucking gutter. There is no way in hell that making this trash costs them that much. Right?


 No.1065478

>>1065473

They've been doing it since 1993. The 1997 Bondi-Blue iMac used parts stamped "Foxconn 1993", sold at 2x market rate, and as 'top of the line'. Same story, never changes.

Apple is China. Kill China.


 No.1065484

File: 475443520703102⋯.png (2.13 MB, 1056x2880, 11:30, Mao_and_the_Jews.png)

File: ea0697ae4c23d43⋯.png (120.93 KB, 540x1063, 540:1063, Apple_Press_Conference.png)

>>1065478

>Apple is China.

Lad you forgot the jews 2x in a row.

>(((Apple)))

>(((China)))


 No.1065546

File: 5f79b1d3960c84e⋯.png (85.09 KB, 276x312, 23:26, Screenshot_20180727_105756.png)

I sell Macbooks at best buy all day long. A girl walks in with that stupid look on her cunty face, I think to myself, rose gold macbook here we go. It's so easy.

And nobody ever comes back complaining about the keys. Ever. We have zero cases of geek squad performing or sending out that class of repair. It fucking mystifies me because women are the dirtiest most disgusting creatures on earth, which everyone who's seen a woman's phone or computer knows, and I keep waiting for them to come crying about the keys so I can gleefully turn them away for some reason I make up on the spot, but it just doesn't happen.

My hypothesis is that women never actually use the keyboard so they just don't notice.


 No.1065550

>>1065546

>My hypothesis is that women never actually use the keyboard so they just don't notice.

Very likely. Last time I used the keys of a womans laptop they were so dirty I used the vacuum cleaner on them, kek.




File: 9ad49a10a43fab2⋯.jpg (58.38 KB, 700x525, 4:3, Tecnologia-Google-e-i-big-….jpg)

 No.1064732[Reply]

https://dailystormer.name/google-blocks-huawei-from-using-android-on-phones/

>Huawei has been blocked from using Google software on its phones, dealing a huge blow to the Chinese tech giant. New Huawei-made phones will not have access to apps such as Gmail, Google Maps and the Google Play store. Existing phones will still have the apps but users will not be able to upgrade to newer versions of the Android operating system.

>Huawei can still use Android’s open-source alternative but it will not include Google’s own-brand apps such as Gmail. Google’s move comes after President Trump banned Huawei from U.S. networks, and the firm said today it was taking ‘steps to comply with recent government actions’.

>The move from Google deals a major blow to the expansion of Huawei and is likely to cripple its expansion.

<This is an unprecedented move that ostracizes what may currently be the best phone manufacturer in the world. Consider that there is no alternative. Phones are either iPhones with iOS or Android devices. No matter how good of an alternative to these Google apps Huawei makes, the fact that their phones don’t have official Google apps will definitely influence people looking for a new phone.

>Huawei confirmed it has developed its own operating system that could replace Google’s Android and Microsoft’s Windows should it be barred from using American-made products. The prospect of being banned from such products has intensified for Huawei in the wake of its recent lawsuit against the US government.

>“We have prepared our own operating system. Should it ever happen that we can no longer use these systems, we would be prepared,” Huawei executive Richard Yu said.

Could this be a chance for a non-Google fork of Android to enter the mainstream market?

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 No.1065502

>>1065466

>They are just trying to attack China's economy

China has done nothing but attack the rest of the world's economy for the past thirty years.

>What moral argument can fucking Google make against anything that the Chinese do?

They are merely complying with US Law.

>They are hypocrites. They are in favor of everything as long as it's done to us.

Google has nothing to do with this. It was the US decision to fuck Huawei for spying on US citizens and stealing IP from American companies.

>So I say good. I side with the Chinese. They aren't an immediate threat to me,

This is the most retarded thing I've read all day.

>because nothing can be worse than what the west has been making.

Ah, yes. Since YouTube is bloated let's use software from a dystopian authoritarian country that has no moral problem poisoning and murdering their own citizens.

>Of course, this is only for phones

It's not. This has nothing to do with smartphones. It's about their telecom equipment.

You clearly have no idea of what's going on.

>but it could become a trend, and they might end up developing real software. If they come up with something new, that can't be a bad thing, considering that the west just keeps rehashing garbage, and constantly making everything worse, while problems are never solved.

Chinese software is so much worse is not even funny. Try using AliExpress or WeChat.

>After a decade of unprecedented decadence

This hasn't happened.

>I have no reason to be against a change in the global hierarchy. The Chinese have earned it. China is a shithole, but it deserves to be top dog, because everyone else is too incompetent to be in control of anything.

You mean the Chinese Communist Party. Mainland China doesn't haPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.1065523

>all these corperate shills ITT

(((phones))

(((phones))

(((PHONES))

Don't use them. They are not required for anything and the biggest privacy thread to you.

2 cameras. Front to constantly film you while you catch pokémon, back to film the people around you.

And a microphone which you hold closely towards you because you're a fucking addict and catches every word you say.

The voice search functionality perfectly learns your voice in order to distinguish the voices.

Each time you put your finger on the screen they fucking fingerprint you with integrated fingerprinting technology.

Constantly being connected to the cell network means they can triangulate your position more exactly than over GPS.

Don't use them. They are not required for anything and you'll feel free without them.


 No.1065542

>>1065502

You sound like a mindless Fox News watching boomer who has absolutely no idea about how things actually work IRL.

All the big industry people from the first world willingly made a deal with China to move their industries over there to increase their profits by taking advantage of low wages, little to no working laws and other benefits. Part of these deals included transference of knowledge about technology, it's possible that some stealing of intellectual property happened but this happens everywhere, a lot of technology China has now was merely handled to them in a silver plate in those deals.

If there's someone to blame for the current affair of things it's the people in charge of all those big corps and industries, China merely took advantage of their greed and stupidity.


 No.1065543

>>1065466

>What moral argument can fucking Google make against anything that the Chinese do? They are hypocrites.

Google was forced to do it by the government. They don't gain anything from it.


 No.1065549

>>1065542

Listen to this guy

t. knower




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 No.1064928[Reply]

Why did XNU/Darwin fail outside of Apples own projects?

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 No.1065279

>>1065276

It's called Aqua and no, it's proprietary and depends on a number of proprietary components, most importantly Quartz Compositor.


 No.1065296

>>1065249

It’s because the effort hasn’t been put in to port it to other hardware. Rewriting Linux modules into kext files is not a trivial process

>>1065279

>>1065276

He was wrong. By default Darwin has no GUI and just drops you into Bash


 No.1065363

>>1065279

but can you rip it off a mac and use it


 No.1065426

>>1065363

Not directly but someone did make a program to translate it to WebGL

https://github.com/daeken/Qtzweb


 No.1065547

>>1065426

>JS

God, why




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