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File: 9386184a4168b92⋯.png (97 KB, 1400x1050, 4:3, e8732382f759dde016d70dd5da….png)

 No.860593[Reply]

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 No.871447

>>861844

whats the genkernel for? make menuconfig does everything that is needed


 No.871454

>>871447

I've never used genkernel before, but maybe it automatically does make && make install for you.


 No.871455

File: 064eb5c9778146a⋯.png (15.93 KB, 780x86, 390:43, 2018-02-18-170027_780x86_s….png)

Has anyone here gone into manual initrd generation using utils/gen_ini_cpio?

I need an initrd since I am using zfs for my root partition. I had to patch genkernel to even get it to generate a bootable initrd, and now looking at it the initrd it generates is literally 10x the size of my kernel.

>>871429

>>does not need gtk

>surf

It requires webkitgtk. Which in turn requires gtk.


 No.871460

File: f1a49810020edcb⋯.png (99.58 KB, 749x751, 749:751, links.png)

>>871455

the best one i found was links but it cant even display imageboards properly.


 No.871464

>>871460

Try netsurf. There is a newer version on their website so I recommend updating the ebuild in a local overlay




 No.827966[Reply]

What is Millchan?

A decentralized imageboard engine for ZeroNet.

What is ZeroNet?

A decentralized network that distributes content using the BitTorrent protocol.

https://zeronet.readthedocs.io/

Millchan is being written using the Vue.js framework with the aim of being simultaneously reactive and safe (as feasibly possible).

Things that have been implemented so far:

-A system that allows board creation

-An anonymous system similar to 0chan

-Catalog

-Upload of multiple images in a single post

-Upload of mp4/webm

-Text formatting

-Basic moderation options (blacklist users/posts)

-Allow users to ignore blacklist and render all posts

Working instance:

http://127.0.0.1:43110/1ADQAHsqsie5PBeQhQgjcKmUu3qdPFg6aA

Source:

https://gitgud.io/mcdev/Millchan

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 No.862814

>>862686

Interesting how ZeroNet threads are the only ones that get spammed with retarded disinformation as if there's some sort of ((((((incentive)))))) for doing so.


 No.871217


 No.871230

>`*.js`

It's time to stop anon.


 No.871288

>gitgud

Why do the faggots push this disgusting meme? It shits itself on Tor browser. In contrast, I can browse GitHub with no hiccups in the same browser.


 No.871462

>>871288

GitHub might work for browsing but it doesn't work if you want to host a repository there, anonymously.

They also have a historic of deleting repositories for random reasons.

GidGud/Gitlab use Javascript to dynamically load some of the information that is displayed in the project's page while GitHub all of the work server-side.

If you don't want to enable Javascript you can just git clone the repository and use your favorite IDE to see the same information that you've seen with Javascript enabled.




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 No.859403[Reply]

What does /tech/ think of Slackware?

>The Official Release of Slackware Linux by Patrick Volkerding is an advanced Linux operating system, designed with the twin goals of ease of use and stability as top priorities.

>https://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=slackware

I'm considering it as my new distro. I'm getting tired of Ubuntu changing things every 6 months. Currently on Ubuntu Mate.

Any experiences?

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 No.871182

>>871153

>acme

A ton of shit is called "acme", what do you mean exactly?


 No.871213

>>859403

>im gonna go from the easiest to use distro to the hardest

youre gonna have a bad time, if i were you, id start with debian first...


 No.871215

>>871182

Probably the text editor (see acme.cat-v.org)


 No.871247

>>871213

Debian is fucking awful and APT is retarded.


 No.871446

>>871247

What don't you like, and what is your preferred alternative?




File: f0c0a8906db4bfb⋯.jpg (187.67 KB, 1280x971, 1280:971, UnixTimeline.jpg)

 No.870938[Reply]

>What are some things the more obscure Unices do that you wish more popular ones like GNU/Linux or BSD did?

>What are some things that GNU/Linux and BSD do that should probably be taken out?

>Do you have any experience with the System III and V family? How are those like?

>Do you think any of the Unices that are currently proprietary will be open-sourced at some point?

>Some person I was talking to was predicting that because they are continuing to open-source more of their stuff, Microsoft will at some point come out with their own distro. Do you think this will happen? If so, do you think they will revive the Xenix name with it?

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 No.871307

File: a2f833346684ad6⋯.jpg (84.59 KB, 914x630, 457:315, advanced_mount_2.jpg)

>>871251

>daemontools.

?


 No.871415

There's no such thing as a good UNIX. The world was a lot better when UNIX was considered a bad rip-off of Multics.

Q.  How can you tell when they've cleaned up UNIX?

A. When there's nothing left.

I don't regard it a "real" UNIX, then again I wouldn't buy a
"real" UNIX, 1970s software technology is not something I
would want to buy today.

Getting caught up in the "pure" UNIX war will lead you to
restrict yourself to "pure" SVR4 implementations, in the
mainstream camp *only* SUN have gone for this. That in my
view does not make it much of a "standard".

If a vendor decides to do something about the crass
inadequacies of UNIX we should give them three cheers, not
start a flame war about how the DIRECTORY command *must*
forever and ever be called ls because that is what the great
tin pot Gods who wrote UNIX thought was a nice, clear name
for it.

The most threatening thing I see in computing today is the
"we have found the answer, all heretics will perish"
attitude. I have an awful lot of experience in computing, I
have used six or seven operating systems and I have even
written one. UNIX in my view is an abomination, it has
serious difficulties, these could have been fixed quite
easily, but I now realize nobody ever will.

At the moment I use a VMS box, I do so because I find that I
do not spend my time having to think in the "UNIX" mentality
that centers around kludges. I do not have to tolerate a
help system that begins its insults of the user by being
invoked with "man".


Apollo in my view were the only UNIX vendor to realize that
they had to put work into the basic operating system. They
had ACLs, shared libraries and many other essential features
five years ago.


What I find disgusting about UNIX is that it has *never*
grown any operating system extensions of its own, all the
creative work is derived from VMS, Multics and the
operating systems it killed.


 No.871418

>>871237

Probably pretty similar, but development would be farther ahead and we would have less WONTFIXs and more general acceptance of GNU/Linux's svchost due to it not being led by Poettering. I mean it would have happened anyway even without systemd, centralization is the trend of all things.


 No.871431

>>871418

>Probably pretty similar, but we would have less WONTFIXs

Sounds great!


 No.871432

>macOS not OSX

Fucking Tim Cock




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 No.866265[Reply]

What email client do you use?

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 No.871160

acme's upas/fs mail


 No.871316

>>866265

Mutt, offlineimap, spamassassin, getmail, procmail.

I think that's all the components I use.


 No.871317

>>869652

>What about FREE email providers?

tutanota.


 No.871426

Firefox


 No.871430

>>871426

wait what?




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 No.870778[Reply]

i used tlp and it makes my battery much better

this is a little bit old 9 cell battery on a quadcore 4600m with 8gb memory running lubunti 17.10

 No.870798

File: da0033916c59b17⋯.jpg (154.47 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, maxresdefault.jpg)

>>870778

>what kind of battery do u have and does it last


 No.871402

File: 712b9e84ad09d69⋯.png (7.73 KB, 436x137, 436:137, ClipboardImage.png)

Dell XPS 13 9360R running Gentoo, definitely accurate




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 No.807015[Reply]

Dream come true. My daily timewaster machine is now running Windows 2000 functionally. A japanese autist is writing kernel extensions and API wrappers for the Windows 2000 kernel. Using his extensions, you can run modern browsers/software. He's also modifying chipset drivers and backporting security updates, though I wouldn't rely on it for anything mission-critical.

This is amazing. A shitty Pentium 4 with an much ram as the board will take, and 80% of the websites I use on a regular basis are fully functional (and if a shit is being shitty, disable javascript!), email, spreadsheets and text editing work fine. The OS absolutely screams, I can't believe how responsive and fluid it feels, and the best part is the total lack of flat metro cancer, instead you have the clean, comfy and aesthetic 9x UI. It feels comfy as fuck and takes me back almost 20 years. My only complaint is the integrated IE explorer shell, but until someone figures out how to get a modern lightweight browser working on Windows NT, it'll do!

Some 775 boards have Win2K drivers, i can only imagine how fucking fast they'd be.

Microsoft's OS development really should have stopped with Windows 2000. Transition to 64-bit, dump some of the legacy compatibility crap no one cares about anymore gradually, harden it as vulnerabilities are discovered, tell glow i the dark cia niggers to fuck off with their backdoors, add new core technologies as their value is proven.

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 No.871309

>>871285

Good enough to try it out.


 No.871350

>>871283

Everything is pretty easy, this video was the most helpful for me:

https://youtu.be/9uDXtJqdcKM

I also used this site for some downloads but it misses some important steps:

http://danika.jukor.net/win2000.html

First of all, make sure your hardware has drivers that work with Windows 2000, an internet connection and graphics drivers are very important.

Installing windows+updates and setting up the kernel extension shouldn't be an issue if you follow the steps from the video.

I would recommend you to get a Win2k Pro .iso with SP4 preinstalled and burn it to a CD/DVD

Make sure to get the English version, otherwise your updates won't work.

Win2k does not support installation from USB, you will get a bluescreen if you try it.

Isos: https://winworldpc.com/product/windows-nt-2000/final

Iso i used: https://winworldpc.com/download/413ce280-9436-18c3-9a11-c3a4e284a2ef

Key i used with this iso: J4WH4-JXX2W-3FYM7-QJBB8-XKWD8

Keys for any version can be found online.

You will have to download KernelEx from here:

http://blog.livedoor.jp/blackwingcat/archives/1299806.html (the link in the youtube desc is broken)

You'll need google translate because the site is in japanese, i didn't know what the most stable version is so I just picked the latest (2.9b English, gives an error message when opening an instaPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


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 No.871398

>>807015

I hope you're just joking, OP


 No.871440

>>807038

>linux has superb software for software development

>no good software gets actually developed for linux




 No.868312[Reply]

If you compile this with gcc -O2, at least for version 6.3 and 6.4 that I've tested, for some reason it optimizes away setting the variables to 0 and gives you a garbage result from adding up uninitialized stack memory. clang, at least 3.8.1, doesn't do that. gcc -O1 also doesn't do that. Is this a compiler bug or some bullshit rulefaggotry where they've decided to break code because the spec says they can somewhere?


#include <stdint.h>
#include <stdio.h>

struct Foo {
uint32_t a;
uint32_t b;
uint32_t c;
uint32_t d;
} __attribute__((packed));

uint16_t foo() {
uint32_t sum = 0;

Foo f;
f.a = 0;
f.b = 0;
f.c = 0;
f.d = 0;

for(size_t i = 0; i < sizeof(f) / sizeof(uint16_t); ++i) {
sum += ((uint16_t *) &f)[i];
}

return sum;
}

int main() {
uint16_t sum = foo();
printf("%u\n", sum);

return 0;
}

If you're curious as to why I'm looking at this, the pseudocode in RFC 1071 for calculating checksums does this and I've run into several programs at work that are now broken because of gcc fucking it. It's 30 year old code and worked fine until now and it's literally RFC compliant.

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 No.871179

>>870794

>So?

just saying its pretty ironic


 No.871204

You're invoking undefined behavior by casting to an incompatible type, mask and bitshift instead.



#include <stdint.h>
#include <stdio.h>

uint16_t foo() {
uint32_t sum = 0;

uint32_t f[4] = { 0, 0, 0, 0 };

for(size_t i = 0; i < 4; i++) {
sum += f[i] & 0xFFFF;
sum += f[i] >> 16;
}

return sum;
}

int main() {
uint16_t sum = foo();
printf("%u\n", sum);

return 0;
}


 No.871329

>>871172

same for int_fast32_t, moron


 No.871358

>>871329

Not him, but int_fast32_t at least tells you exactly what it is.


 No.871378

>>871358

It doesn't tell you it's long, though.




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 No.871279[Reply]

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SANS 507 - Auditing & Monitoring Networks, Perimeters & Systems.tar.gz

SANS 508 - Advanced Digital Forensics and Incident Response.tar.gz

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SANS 512 - Security Leadership Essentials for Managers.tar.gz

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SANS 566 - Implementing and Auditing the Critical Security Controls - In-Depth .tar.gz

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 No.871308

>>871279

Cool beans, thanks anon.




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File: 187fb0da1824173⋯.jpg (1.29 MB, 2272x1704, 4:3, ConcordeCockpitSinsheim.jpg)

 No.862085[Reply]

Will we ever have flights at 50,000 ft at 1300 mph ever again like with the Concorde? Will Supersonic passenger flights ever be practical and not relegated to people who can afford thousands of dollars for round trip between London and New York?

A Boeing 747 cruising specs are 30,000 ft at 580 mph for perspective

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 No.870355

>>862222

If the earth is flat then when the sun rises shouldn't you be able to see it the same way over the entire planet? Why doesn't this happen? I'm curious...


 No.871080

>>866575

What if someone drew you your figurative Mona Lisa on a tissue? Would you frame it on the wall or blow your load inside and toss it under your desk?


 No.871099

>>871080

Blow my load inside then frame it.


 No.871145

>>862222

How Can The Earth Be Flat If It Is Growing?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJfBSc6e7QQ


 No.871294

>>862119

>He's the only person with the willpower to plow right through R&D and development of the space industry is moving at speeds not seen since Apollo as a result

>implying NASA didn't have any

I see that you've taken the bait.

What musk is doing is just fucking hype/distraction sure there's some good technological improvement but if you dig a bit you'll see that his funding's come from govs.

>>865356

>fusion reactor

>in a truck

fucking WEW

The smallest working public Fusion reactor was made by MIT staff and was the size of a house (which is pretty impressive) but the funds were diverted to ITER (NWO needs to centralize power to control the nigger cattle).




File: e0e3c68b4581e63⋯.png (344.45 KB, 747x592, 747:592, diversity summit.png)

 No.850144[Reply]

http://archive.is/doFuO

This is big news. I can't wait to see what happens.

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 No.871044

>>870945

>>855114

>>870946

>muh horse-shoe faggotry

>muh shit-tier maymayze

>muh clearly incorrect use of board slang

t. tel aviv faggot gerring paid per post


 No.871045

File: 4a0a80165c8a3d7⋯.png (23.53 KB, 500x500, 1:1, horseshoe theory.png)


 No.871046

>>870957

just send the nigger to the >>>/bog/

His ideologigal GRID will complement the other poz pigs well.


 No.871136

>>850933

He's written one of the founding pieces of the NRx movement, pretty hard to call it bluepill, although be careful, reasons below.

>>850930

Moldbug is a race traitor, he is a right wing(not neocon) Jew, minorities that go rouge get ignored because their usual tactic of screaming racist fails.


 No.871177

>>850144

I hope this actually goes somewhere, could be the end of the identity politics. Google just lost against Getty images so it is possible to actually win a court case against them.

>>850638

It would take something more than that, GG has quickly surrendered and castrated itself after the initial push, nothing they did after that brought any results. The whole thing is based on pointing fingers at retards on twitter in an attempt to feel superior and having this autistic internet war against themselves.

>>850805

Ironic shitposting is still shitposting.




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 No.864863[Reply]

why aren't you using the best distro, ferenOS?

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 No.870982

>fucking weebly site

LMAO


 No.871004

>why aren't you using X

Fuck off Champ


 No.871154

literally who


 No.871162

Wtf is that? Where are all these random distros coming from?


 No.871168

>>871162

Children with nothing better to do and no hope of a gf




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 No.866466[Reply]

> Long term, the company wants to push all local storage out of the market altogether.

>Intel’s basic idea is that consumers would have an Intel Optane drive as a cache drive (how large is not specified), with all other data being streamed out of the cloud.

>Intel is also pushing hard for 5G standard development; its XMM 8060 modem is supposed to be one of the first 5G radios to market when it arrives in mid-2019 or early 2020, and the XMM 7560 is its first CDMA-capable modem, which could help the company take over Apple’s iPhone business.

Oy Vey

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 No.870879

>>870641

Have you never heard a kid say that they were "born in the wrong generation"?


 No.871090

>>870879

He's probably one of them XD

A millennial born in early 90's calling himself not-millennial.


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 No.871106

>>869570

Current date:

Sun Sep 8937 01:06:46 PST 1993


 No.871147

>>870219

Because normalfags are retards that need to be gased.




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 No.867747[Reply]

what's on the drive?

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 No.870841


 No.870967

File: a163285caf1b4b4⋯.jpeg (Spoiler Image, 33.65 KB, 600x600, 1:1, serveimage.jpeg)

>>867747

>what's on the drive?

We'll never know because it's bricked


 No.870979

>>867747

Jizz.

That's why the stuff around it is white.


 No.871133

File: 0e40ba297e72a5f⋯.jpg (743.63 KB, 1505x1505, 1:1, IMG_20161102_161901.jpg)

This is what a dead drop actually looks like


 No.871144

>>871133

checked

it is a usb 3.0 the plastic bit is blue

nice usb media storage

8/8 would take it off the wall




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 No.788250[Reply]

Post some cool or nostalgic stuff

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 No.870865

>>870118

1st image is very comfy.


 No.870928

>>870707

The main push behind the switch to LCD was that you could make cubicles smaller and text was easier to read for people who enter forms all day.


 No.870931

>>870928

I was happy to get an LCD because for once the screen edges weren't warped. Efficiency and size were an added bonus.


 No.871121

>>870931

You do realize that basically any CRT monitor had an OSD menu with controls which would allow you to unwarp it? Yes it could be a bit of a pain, but for every display mode (i.e. combination of resolution and refresh rate) you only needed to do it once. For the smaller CRTs it was fairly easy anyway, it was more of a nuisance for the larger ones (19-24 inches) as you had separate controls for the corners in addition to the normally present edge controls, and optimizing image geometry could be a bit like solving a game-of-15 puzzle (the order of adjustments was important as various controls affected one another), but with a bit of patience you only noticed imperfections afterwards if you were OCD about it.


 No.871142

>>858341

>apple

>came out with anything but the closet

I think you meant if apple stole it today.




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