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File: c4383478bc1532f⋯.jpg (200.91 KB, 1327x939, 1327:939, BlueFrontiers-FloatingIsla….jpg)

 No.941815[Reply]

http://blue-frontiers.com/

Hey /tech/ this looks really cool, I think ocean colonization is a natural first step before Moon or Mars colonization. What do you think?

https://www.reddit.com/search?q=varyon&sort=new

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 No.942627

>>942591

I posed that as an example of a wave hitting something, I know it doesn't apply 1:1 but you can start to imagine what would happen if that thing hits a suspended bridge


 No.942689

>>941858

>crypto scheme

A lot of datacenters are expanding exponentially due to cloud computing. They're trying to cut costs as much as they can. I wouldn't be surprised if "cryptomining" is code for cheap datacenter storage areas. Water cooling would hypothetically save money on cooling costs.


 No.942717

How are they protected by big oceanic weather? Won't 10 meter waves swallow them whole?


 No.942735

942689

>Water cooling would hypothetically save money on cooling costs.

The cost of water desalination to eat up those savings and more. Unless you're suggesting that saltwater be used in which case lol.


 No.943150

>>941815

If you get an ocean burp then say your last words.

>what is ocean burp

It is when a huge bubble the size of kilometers burst out from the ocean.




File: b9cabbb50d27899⋯.png (670.52 KB, 1200x758, 600:379, rs1.png)

 No.917924[Reply]

Retroshare is a p2p program providing email, chat rooms, file sharing, forums, channels, over fully encrypted tunnels. It can replace most things you need to do online. Find it at http://retroshare.net/ or through your distributions package manager. Retroshare has gotten many new features recently.

Retroshare supports full hidden service mode. When you get to the profile creation popup don't use the default. Instead click the advanced button and then configure your tor hidden service. This adds another layer of encryption and provides anonymity. We have a chatroom on retroshare right now. Come try it out!

https://retroshare.readthedocs.io/en/latest/tutorial/tor-hidden-rs-node/

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 No.942926

>>942880

Their website is hosted on github.

You are a nigger who can't into distro package managers where you should build chain of trust from.


 No.942945

>>942926

I would prefer trust built upon CAs over some distro managers to be honest. You (and most of us, including me) depended on CAs while downloading your preferred Linux flavor, why shouldn't you trust them with something like this as well?


 No.943131

File: 5b1862a68c5a150⋯.png (1.35 KB, 200x200, 1:1, 0549f678.png)

>>939751

Those were the days.


 No.943141

Added everyone in here. This is my TOR node:

CQEGAcOZxsFNBFtMWD8BEACZY5NHn9smuF2DBebEPUhVU9G62ZALIlwOAAeiHEFX

NAgfe6IsZWWm5QVPHoMLf6IQYNq24nLRe9wzp8dvA1MdHpLtjK1FnLgzjBEHY+CU

WKfbLwYZ6WrJDUp1H25zocL8Hm8xhru8pJvJwwYnc+zRX90BEEUAA4t0XvYN1Scg

DUcgkrAS2b+RIs7sHa5Ejek213AhbUkc+/P9RdyCBVU6jK1SGSxdAdULXI6BkgVd

ln5iEDoOLLMfmeF6vuwggwWQRY6UYV59qONACnKbtH95XC0oeZpONr4EEKdmKNsL

FhwyRmNTk781JsOpk1J5VBF8JLXm8DOc38ALBlcUioqaS0VeFp+3KmdHFw6X9iki

ICPQxF2hjn2YiST45ryAHtvWb5kIFP4J0mzam5NRHU2gqSLJEUqgXdpDoFUxfoPp

8BqVdkwE64/TnOqAnJyHFCyzRVdTBJ3+tSfoVtOFv1vNewqm2QefgJpsDg9lPcX/

lR3Vqhfnn2+IyqldRnjJfVGFT/DEbQ7MP7dpEtc4/GCxliWpdUVufBuWP5MitOjV

vwvpRpceMOqQAtffl6IZ30GS9rlPSW/Hne5m6wZ4NX+HKaWKsm1kNqi06mLRayZp

CWqAviZkoQ0Vd3e5ExvTQoQFoqfdWc/m4j+5kZ/VrcvYrTZvso+oPS6iT3GhKMee

UQARAQABzSVPdXRlYW5vcyAoR2VuZXJhdGVkIGJ5IFJldHJvU2hhcmUpIDw+wsFf

BBMBAgATBQJbTFg/CRA7CgXgwek0AgIZAQAAQ4cP/iNIh8oUKTs6ucWbTaHVJUuL

tku1fgGy35HZJXY34IEMDR0rVtxevHixhzhpFCdNOK9w3Y3b6Kvi3PVgcQ9VVGke

S/est113EZUdHdrOSAr7JDgmnYYQm34S1XB33LWWFNQhV7AVhZeBHBmP8kBAVa58

gqhO1lpbtlxEGK9ioN4eZxfw4jrXM7v3UNX1Ii0yycawMoy9MtmgzaiUJT9mu3IL

AiHw64SKDwiwUE3TpOC+pPVkweQR0rSFPDv5vBqOwyN5+DWKjAl+DB3fN+30DRVp

SIwecsXKAFAqULLDRjdLyaB7vP7pPso0QfZWhfvHWa8a79MYRZ062Ed5eKj5Zt7W

xXlrjaxR5N/vdBMgSHitrm76GyRSTgBAvtqCVsAY0sxgvymoWNpENEfqmmPCmPF8

j9ZX4zmHa6EymDn4AxwJCVIjuhuHteMNMNaR7oxUUEeXzv0Tez6dDuVkGLtU2IYh

Ad7fqgf3CsTddRS7MgoeIXTLxA3P1Njauka+pc5zL2NWkTzuGmanSSqF6EiUrFmq

cH91Eq7AvIgnzrzS7kesQu4VuMnOzYKyCtUsOJKGdAvENAKuRn7LEnvjUkL/C5Uj

BOQwY/zP/wWgMrpBALZ3kdNBaEo5qUaG1zg6bmTejDJ56vGT6l0d1dbUYM8NtsWU

L7M2muzfxqoqcZxUnHWJCBx6aGI3ZWxwdm5tanhhdjN3Lm9uaW9uOjMyMTExBgtN

eSBjb21wdXRlcgUQgNmI1QP7G6p2K8nsGeTZ5wcDLYM7


 No.943143

>>943131

I didn't think anyone used hotline.




File: 34c8fcbae3f74a8⋯.png (1.42 MB, 800x491, 800:491, blender.png)

 No.941862[Reply]

HTTP

Linux

Blender

Python

PHP

MYSQL

Turbo Pascal

Delphi

C#

C++

Look at all this software socialist education has produces. Student loan debt slavery and LGBT awareness have only produced Codes of Conduct. Without the constant stream of socialist educated Europeans American "innovation" would dry pretty quick. America is a parasitic cancer on planet Earth that produces nothing.

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 No.943033

>>943032

>calling imageboards "chans"

redditors go home


 No.943043

>>941862

What is this kike D&C?


 No.943086

File: 92cadd7d9688f3d⋯.jpg (74.17 KB, 700x468, 175:117, 92cadd7d9688f3d0e48ae14090….jpg)

>>941983

Reminder that under this definition, the Soviet Union was not socialism. Kill yourself, /leftypol/.


 No.943087

File: 0e75b7752d234a3⋯.png (111.96 KB, 644x598, 14:13, commieball economics.png)

>>943086

Also fascism is a kind of socialism and that's a good thing, Marxism is for fags and Jews and basically every other kind of socialist laughs at Marxists and their inverted-Hegel memes


 No.943142

File: 77c7a9c09019368⋯.jpg (242.4 KB, 953x772, 953:772, 77c7a9c09019368d01ab07573b….jpg)

>>941983

/lefypol/ can't meme




File: 059334d9439e11b⋯.jpg (31.5 KB, 368x411, 368:411, 1432780874285.jpg)

 No.939873[Reply]

GET DOWN, FUCKO!!! SQUAD, GET THE EQUIPMENT

What happens when your door gets kicked in? Do they bring some metal detector or some other shit and turn the house upside down in search of storage media?

Any links where I could learn about shit related?

Also, what happened to /fucko/ threads?

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 No.942845

>What happens when your door gets kicked in?

Nothing. I will hand over the keys, they will decrypt my drives and find absolutely fucking nothing. I recently did 6 passes of /dev/urandom before reinstalling my entire system back. Shit was getting to my nerves.


 No.942867

>>942166

Nope, you would be jailed for contempt of court for refusing to decrypt your drives. If you came back once your sentence was up and continued to refuse to decrypt your drives, you would be jailed again on a new charge of contempt.


 No.942927

>>942753

Mantrapping is illegal all over the US and most other countries.


 No.943128

>>940562

or you could pick the ultimate final choice

>don't live in shithole with sucky laws like this guy >>940614

>>940619

or you could detonate


 No.943137

>>940685

Political extremism, abstract interest, the potential for ending up in a literal botnet that lands you in deep shit, cypherpunk LARPing, server security, etc. There are plenty of reasons to be paranoid.




File: e44fdaeadffca4f⋯.jpg (709.14 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, 1024_TP_Mechanical.jpg)

 No.903803[Reply]

Old one hit 400 posts once again.

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 No.942856

>>942743

It has 256mb onboard but won't recognize the 256mb stick which works fine in the MK1


 No.942908


 No.943116

>>922839

>>922360

that is because the recent models are mirrored from the Ideapad schematics. Though the thermal is kinda better compared to older Thinkpad designs and it can fit a decent GPU.

The only problem with Ideapads is that razor sharp palm rest which they made so it looks thinner than it should then the terrible accutype keyboard. You'll know it when you see an odd square keys curved at the bottom like on that pic related - a Nu-thinkpad


 No.943118

>>943116

the keyboard is so terrible that the dip is like 1.5mm so you'd end up with painful fingers if you don't type like a soyboy


 No.943120

>>926824

>finished

>still on windows XP

you had 1 job




File: a77c38b65bb3b3e⋯.jpg (204.35 KB, 1024x781, 1024:781, a77c38b65bb3b3e15540315b6d….jpg)

 No.943010[Reply]


var gotoxa;
var gotoxac = 0;

var gotox = function() {
if (typeof gotoxa === 'undefined') {
gotoxa = $('.sfac span').sort(function(a,b) {
return $(b).text()-$(a).text();
});
}

var e = $(gotoxa[gotoxac++]);
e.parents('.post').find('.post_no').first().click();
}

var process = function() {
// var mult = 8; // for coloring FIXME

var post = $(this);

var prev = post.prev();
if (prev.is('br')) {
prev = prev.prev();
}
else if (prev.is('.op')) {
if (prev.find('.omitted').length && !prev.find('.omitted.hide-expanded').length) {
post.addClass('deferred-process');
return;
}
}

var p1 = +post.find('.post_no').last().text();
var p0 = +prev.find('.post_no').last().text();

var t1 = +post.find('time').attr('unixtime');
var t0 = +prev.find('time').attr('unixtime');

prev.find('.intro time').after('<span class="sfac"><abbr title="Slide Factor (PPM outta thread)">SF</abbr>: <span></span></span>').after(' ');
var v;
var f = prev.find('.sfac span').text(v = Math.round(60*(p1-p0-1)/(1+t1-t0)*1000)/1000);
//f.css('color', 'rgb(100%,'+(100-v*mult)+'%,'+(100-v*mult)+'%);'); FIXME
f.click(gotox);
}

$(document).ready(function() {
$('div.post.reply').each(process);

$(document).on('new_post', function(e, post) {
if ($(post).is('.thread')) {
$(post).find('div.post.reply').each(process);
}
else {
process.call(post);
if ($(post) && $(post).next() && $(post).next().next() && $(post).next().next().is('.post.deferred-process')) {
$(post).next().next().removeClass('deferred-process');
process.call($(post).next().next());
}
}
});
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 No.943028

>>943016

So if I'm understanding correctly, if 2 or more threads simultaneously receive high amounts of posts, then this would mark all posts through those threads as "slides" right?


 No.943031

>>943028

this is a very simple method for a simple thing: let's suppose i write a post in some thread that isn't kosher and so this post triggers a lot of replies in other threads and/or new threads. this would make a high slide factor for this non-kosher post. sometimes the non-kosher post that triggers a slide won't be the last post in a given thread, so the assumption is then broken, but it will give a big slide factor to surrounding posts. it doesn't take sages into account. this is the first version of this script, it's more like a proof of concept, but this kind of method can totally neutralize the concept of slides IMO when more variables get taken into account.

in short this method can sometimes find you non-kosher posts, that triggered slides, but it will also show higher numbers throughout the board when global slides happen or when the board gets filled up with normies.

the slide factor numbers will be higher for more active boards.

so, it's not a script to detect slide posts, like >>943018 suggests, it's rather a tool to detect controversial posts - posts, that triggered unusually high activity outside of the thread you are browsing


 No.943034

does the script take into account the difference between bumping old threads, making a bunch of new threads and posts in other active threads?

Otherwise if there's two very active threads the SF might go crazy without being a real slide.


 No.943037

>>943031

oh btw if there's a long running thread, the posts that were added immediately before or during the times of heavy shilling will have a much higher slide factor number than when a board is chill

>>943034

it only takes into account a difference of post numbers and a difference of time, as noted in this formula:

>60*(p1-p0-1)/(1+t1-t0)

and so it doesn't really matter if the posts inbetween are in another thread or all other threads combined.

so, in your example, the SF will go much higher for posts in a thread A if there happen to be moments, when there are over 9000 posts per second in thread B, just like it will go higher during moments, when all other threads get bumped to bury the thread A. i don't really know how it will work out, it's an experiment after all


 No.943095




File: eb57325ed4e3b5a⋯.jpg (33.04 KB, 590x350, 59:35, Williams-F1-2018-car-91949….jpg)

 No.940177[Reply]

You are a Williams engineer. Your job is to look at the Sky Sports feed because you can't even afford to pay a cute girl with a camera to sneak into the garage of Ferrari or Mercades and find out how to make your gay car be less gay. Your mechanics die every week because they haven't eaten in months. "Aerodynamic Simulation" means looking ahead of you when you sigh. How do you save the company?

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 No.942742

>>940184

GPL-accurate. Well done anon.


 No.942848

File: 3dac80d01ac1815⋯.jpg (284.48 KB, 824x1023, 824:1023, 824px-S-IC_engines_and_Von….jpg)

>could we put f-1 engine on our formula 1?


 No.942959

File: c23e38a23e9bdbd⋯.mp4 (5.73 MB, 648x644, 162:161, Hurt.mp4)

>>942848

>there will never be ground effect vehicle racing tournaments


 No.943053

>>940196

>If I could just extrapolate it, let's do Group B with 80's F1 cars.

This is a great idea but I have a better one. Lets just bring back Group B.


 No.943092

>>943053

>Lets just bring back Group B.

This, and while we are at it lets also get rid of 95% of the F1 rulebook and return to the glory days of 70s and 80s F1 where you had 1300hp turbo engines, 6 wheel cars, and cars with fans that sucked them to the track.




File: 950a31efc2fec05⋯.jpg (87.86 KB, 1200x854, 600:427, PowerBookG4.jpg)

 No.922403[Reply]

General discussion about PowerPC computers, mainly Macs

General info:

-Cheap as fuck

-PowerBook G4's and iBook G4's have their CPU'S SOLDERED. MOBO's are cheap though

-It's not x86 (which is a good thing)

-Great keyboards. Apple used to produce some A-grade keyboards (on par with classic thinkpad keyboards)

-powermac g5's are absolute powerhouses. beats the shit out of core 2 quads. ram upgradeable to 16gb. less noisy than modern computers ;)

-If you get one I highly suggest getting a Mac one. Apple, despite being shit these days, produces a shitton of parts for all their products. If something goes wrong, you can fix it with little cost

-Again, CHEAP!

-iBook G4 slightly less powerful PowerBook. RAM upgradeable to 1.5gb. A bit more common, and a bit less money. I'd go with a PowerBook

-PowerBook G4's ram can be upgraded to 2gb

OS choices:

-OpenBSD

-NetBSD*

-FreeBSD, despite being cuck'd, probably supports PPC the best of any OS

-Gentoo*

-Vine Linux (Japanese distro)

-Debian Netinst/Ubuntu Server*

*netbsd is less secure than most bsd's. although it probably will support powerpc throughout its entire life because that's the projects main goal, support as many architectures as it can

*gentoo has you compile everything from source. on an old powerpc this can be extremely long and time consuming, it will definetely benifet from the speed boosts after the compiles though

*debian/ubuntu use systemd which might slow it down, ubuntu has snaps enabled which might slow it down. will most likely drop support soon

USE A WINDOW MANAGER. Every desktop environment uses 300+ mb of memory, which'll definetPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.938800

>>938752

>I should have say what I want it for. I'm writing a game which can run on this laptop under windows 98 (it also works on modern windows and linux) in about 30 fps.

>I just want a tiny linux kernel and a pointer to a framebuffer

You should see if Minix has been ported to it, it sounds like all you want is a microkernel.

To be honest though you don't even need a kernel if all you are doing is running a single application, there are guides and C libraries around the internet on how to write directly to frame buffers and read inputs on keyboards and such.


 No.938821

>>938800

sure, I even wrote a demo for bare metal pc where I draw stuff and enter protected mode myself, but the game is writen in c++ with sdl ( ask just gives me a framebuffer, I have my own bliting code) and I'd like to try porting this game to semi bare metal state without writing a lot of additional code. If I just remove the sdl and replace it with svga lib I should get an elf that will just work on some old light linux right ?


 No.938848

>>938821

but after reading about fbdev I think I'll try using that.


 No.938931

>>938592

tl;dr just buy an adapter that with a DVI on one end and whatever you need on the other. As long as it's not DisplayPort or Thunderbolt on the other end, it should Just Work.

HDMI is just DVI with audio and optional botnet features that don't matter to us. DVI to HDMI adapters are cheap, plentiful and probably what you want. A G5 will also send an analog signal over the DVI port, so a regular DVI to VGA adapter will also work. I think there's also old style TV output hardware on most models if you need S-video or RCA ports for some reason, but I've never tried it myself. That ADC port right next to the DVI port is just DVI plus power and USB. You can buy adapters to turn that into a second DVI port if you really want to.


 No.943081

For any anons looking to work with one of these, these are the os's I've tried installing over the past five days.

>OpenBSD

Install disc keeps fucking up on the powermacg5 only tried the latest version and it was unable to mount the dvd.

>FreeBSD

Use 11.0 anything before that has temperature problems with the sensor, 11.3 fucks up drivers.

>Vine Linux

Kernel is 8 years old, it lost support in 2012. Use Ubuntu, 14.04 ends in 2019 and 16.04 ends in 2022.

Any form of Linux trying to boot on this thing instantly has fan problems, in that they will turn on and never turn off. They will be blowing at full power the entire time you're running the machine. The DVD drive when you're inevitably shoveling through os's to try and dump in this thing requires you to fuck around before boot and pray that it opens.




File: 20e9aa5ec72865b⋯.png (142.56 KB, 6871x1748, 6871:1748, devuan-logo_tm_600dpi.png)

 No.929001[Reply]

Devuan 2.0 ASCII has now caught up with Debian 9 Stretch in release, and is now only behind in the -updates repository

https://devuan.org/os/debian-fork/ascii-stable-announce-060818

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 No.933853

>>933138

Like Void.

Here's Void's shutdown script:

msg "Sending TERM signal to processes..."
pkill --inverse -s0,1 -TERM
sleep 1
msg "Sending KILL signal to processes..."
pkill --inverse -s0,1 -KILL


 No.933989


 No.936276

Its shit.


 No.943062

I put this off for a while, still need to do it for GLL


 No.943070

I'm not sure I really understand the point of this. You can already use other inits on Debian, and you can use a preseed to do it during install automatically (that's what I do anyway).

>Devuan patches programs so they work without systemd

Those are shitty programs anyway.




File: 6dbccce696baab9⋯.jpg (15.09 KB, 480x360, 4:3, (you).jpg)

 No.917190[Reply]

Terry A. Davis

Hobo in Portland Edition

>currently in Portland

>currently uploading videos daily through local library

His YouTube channel:

>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJZTn-fPu-uIA55UI47_cXg/videos

He should be able to receive mail sent to this address:

>Terrence A. Davis

>650 NW Irving St.

>Portland, OR 97209

His e-mail address (you can send him money via PayPal):

>tdavis@templeos.org

IRC channel: #templeos-irc on Rizon beware of tsheikhs and kenster

Older threads:

>https://archive.fo/0BdBU

>https://archive.fo/acSYN

>https://archive.fo/UPmPB

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 No.943046

but seriously though. where is terry. he hasn't done any videos since mid june. he was last seen in WA. maybe we should start scouring the counties of WA for arrest records. he's either been arrested or... well... lets hope he's just sitting in jail.


 No.943052

>>943046

I'll look around anon. I hope he's just with family, best case scenario is he's managed to patch things up with them and back under their care.


 No.943059

>>943044

Homeless people get diseases all the time. They are exposed to the elements, to numerous amounts of people, and have a poor diet. All these contribute to having a higher rate of disease. Not to mention they have no access to health care. Do you think people, regardless of the economic situation, can't get sick?

I wouldn't call living exposed to the elements, having no food or water, being dependent on others a dream whereever that is.


 No.943061

>>943046

>>943052

I'd imagine he lost access to the internet. Does anyone know if he has any savings to fall back on? Last time he went dark like this, he showed up and had just got out of the hospital.


 No.943067

>>942324

>>942565

He was booted from the library because of his stank.




 No.942998[Reply]

I have 1000 projects, tasks, plans.

How to manage them, prioritize them, plan them for specific simple tasks and actions?

How to plan life and projects into long-term future and execute and finish them?

Also, how to force myself to do what is most important for now, not what is easiest and most pleasurable? what drugs pills or system would force me to that? how to become terminator?

and how to get a lot of energy speed and hypomania so I can do a lot of tasks fast? How to explode?

 No.943005

>>942998

>How to manage them, prioritize them, plan them for specific simple tasks and actions?


$ ed TODO.txt
i
Project 1: Seduce sister
Increase frequency of casual touch and hugging to increase oxytocin release in sis (completed 06/12/18)
Offer sis back massages (ongoing)
"Accidentally" let sis catch me whacking it (completed 06/30/18)
Fug sister

Project 2: Seek psychiatric help
Check insurance website for list of in-network providers (completed 07/01/18)
Evaluate and sort list of in-network shrinks by reviews
.
wq

>How to plan life and projects into long-term future and execute and finish them?

Refer to TODO.txt. Note that most people aren't particularly good at this, though, and that if you're not white or east Asian, the odds of your being able to stick to a long term plan are almost nil.

>Also, how to force myself to do what is most important for now, not what is easiest and most pleasurable? what drugs pills or system would force me to that?

Amphetamine.

>and how to get a lot of energy speed and hypomania so I can do a lot of tasks fast?

Amphetamine.

>How to explode?

PETN.


 No.943011

install gentoo


 No.943025

>>942998

Stop having 1000 projects, have 2-3 max with clearly defined goals and deadlines. Track your progress with something on your wall you see daily to motivate yourself. Having too many projects will overwhelm you and paralyze you causing you to only have 1000 ideas but no real hope of achieving a single one.


 No.943040

File: ec640963349bbeb⋯.webm (7.24 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, Charls Carroll - Energizi….webm)

Create a TODO list in a text editor. Write everything out, then sort them by priority, and create subsections for each item. Put a checkmark next to each item as you complete them.

>how to get a lot of energy speed and hypomania so I can do a lot of tasks fast? How to explode?

Just start working on the TODO list. Once you get some momentum, you hit a flow. Embed related.


 No.943064

Can an org-mode user please redbull me on org todo?

Do you keep all your todo's in one file? Do you use org-refile? How do you deal with org-mode's shitty window management? Do you do any timeclocking to stay on tracking?

I feel org-todo might boost my productivity, but I loathe org-mode a lot. It would be nice if someone showed me their dotfiles just so that I could get a headstart as well as an impression of what its like to use org-todo.




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 No.939465[Reply]

Brian Fagioli™ General

All the Fagioli threads go here.

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>>939900

Happy Fagioli


 No.940049

>>939746

pic3 kek


 No.940055

>>939774

>>939780

Its main dev team is almost all-white though. Also they are Poetteringcucks.


 No.940848

~fagioli fagioli come in my assholi~


 No.943060

>the thread-creating retard strikes again




 No.942987[Reply]

web browsing and chans are fundamentally broken

this is how it looks for me today:

1. open web browser

2. open chans and websites

3. open a lot of tabs

4. start reading chan tabs and answering in them

5. leave them open because more replies can come, also I plan to save tab to PC when it's done. or write some text on my PC after reading that tab

6. go sleep

7. reply to tabs from previous day & open more tabs

8. repeat, repeat, until I end with thousands of tabs

9. ???

I do not understand what I should do with all of chan and website tabs. And when. Web browsing is broken.

I cannot close them because they can get replies, or I want to save them, or do some follow up.

follow up - for example if I read that jews are evil, a follow up would be to kill them or plan to kill them, or write some text related to this.

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>>943001

The website's native js is merely the lube. When you've enabled it, in comes Jimmy Watkins with the syphilitic dick.


 No.943008

Just close your tabs. I never have more than five threads open at a maximum because I know I can just come back to it later.


 No.943012

I save a link to a thread I responded to in a text file.


 No.943021

Come up with a page limit. For example once a thread goes past page 10 I close that tab. As long as you are regularly checking the board itself, you'll see if that thread gets any updates.


 No.943047

>>943021

Plus the archive means that if a thread dies, you can still read those last posts, albeit minus unique images.




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>RISC-V libre SBC when?

>RISC-V lappy when?

>RISC-V server when?

>RISC-V desktop when?

post your guesses, guys!

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>>942860

That's nice qt, too bad it's a software problem.


 No.942910

>>942777

>on i386


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>>942910

You just have no clue at all. There is 64 bit time on i386, the problem is all the software using the word size as time. Same problem on RISC-V. It will be a massive undertaking to fix, meanwhile IoT devices on RISC-V 32 that will exist in 2038 are headed out into the world. They fucked us hard by supporting 32 bit.


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>>942930

>use wrong data type

>because who gives a fuck what the manual says

>stuff breaks

No shit sherlock.


 No.942976

>>942930

So what if it takes a lot of effort to fix? The cost of fixing all those libraries and software now is much smaller than throwing away literally everything that touches 32-bit time and writing new replacements that does exactly the same functions except with 64-bit time. How many years is it until 2038?




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What would be the best solution for a Wyse thin client with a small 128MB Disk on Module?

#0 CF adapter (will one even fit?) or bigger DOM (expensive)

#1 98lite install (getting a boot loop - missing VIA drivers?)

#2 Tiny Core Linux

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>>942907

http://www.htasoft.com/u98sesp/

More like took compatible 2k/XP drivers & applications and retrofitted them


 No.942915

>>942896

That USB driver is a godsend.


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 No.942928

What's a good ARM based thin client?


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>>942928

At the very minimum one that can have its entire software stack be free software.




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