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File: c084439ba12e845⋯.jpg (104.34 KB, 640x422, 320:211, 50th_amstrad_tapestapes.jpg)

 No.998604[Reply]

Never seen so many empty spots in Frys Electronics and after talking with the help, Ive learned those spots stent getting filled.

LG and Sonos have both cut off shipments to Frys over nonpayment issues.

Looks like they'll be joining RadioShack soon. Sad.

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 No.998616

>No links

Truly a shit thread OP.


 No.998672

The age of the middleman jew is coming to an end. All hail the era of lean distribution. All hail AMAZON.


 No.998679

>Never seen so many empty spots in Frys Electronics

There are two Fry's within an hour's drive from me. They both have this issue in low trafficked areas. Unless you have a link with solid info, I'm gonna have to call bullshit.


 No.998700

>>998672

I actually like going out and buying what I need.


 No.998705

>>998700

What I especially like is going to a store where the staff have expert knowledge. It's very rare that you can go to a big box store like HomeDepot, Best Buy, etc. and find an employee who understands the product he is selling.




File: ec6eaaab6448cc2⋯.jpg (38.57 KB, 660x330, 2:1, Cloudflare.jpg)

 No.988778[Reply]

whats wrong with cloudflare? i like them but want to find something to be cautious because they sound too good to be true.

they announced their own dns with dns over https

https://blog.cloudflare.com/announcing-1111/

they encrypted sni so isp couldnt see what site you visit by that

https://blog.cloudflare.com/esni/

they fixed the annoying captcha problem

https://blog.cloudflare.com/cloudflare-onion-service/

https://blog.cloudflare.com/crypto-week-2018/

so are there any reason they shouldnt be trusted?

http://crimeflare.org:82/

i find this site but it didnt seem serious to me.

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 No.998287

>>989084

==THIS== , major DDoS and really most cyber-threats are from nation-states, not script kiddies. Isreal basically DDoS sites they (and their ISPs) lack oversight on and the only solution for these sites is to adopt Cloudflare who are APPARENTLY the only company that is successful at mitigating these attacks.. pure coincidence. It's basically a 'if they won't join you, beat them until they will' kind of situation.


 No.998335

>>998277

>>998276

And (((they))) will win. They always do.


 No.998364

>>998283

>Why not just link to the different pages?

assuming the admin is shit, they could be running different server software. Each server just listens on a different port, rather than needing some fancy reverse proxy to connect them together.


 No.998606

>>998287

>muh nation-states

good job america. really teaching your citizens well.


 No.998683

File: d4c28b48ff9104f⋯.png (128.52 KB, 960x540, 16:9, Screenshot_2017-11-11-19-3….png)

>>998606

here's a source ya retard, from a presentation on cybersecurity from the Bank of England. and if any prodigies comment on me using windows, feel free to hack into my machine any time you want, stolen games and throwaway emails await you.

any genuine hacker who's breaking into critical infrastructure and doesn't have state protection already is gonna get doxxed sooner than later, and then probably recruited by the very state they were fucking with in the first place.




File: 403b6eb822eafa5⋯.jpg (35.37 KB, 484x497, 484:497, 1467572079382.jpg)

 No.998394[Reply]

The internet of the (immediate) future will be indistinguishable from TV.

You will pay a monthly fee to access several "sites", and pay additional fees for additional sites accessed. These sites will be even plainer and more neutered versions of youtube, facebook, twitter, instagram, along with netflix and CNN like news. Youtube will just be a netflix clone. REDDIT will be a non interactive homepage for news, cooking, weather, etc. 4chan will be the new REDDIT. You may be able to create sites, but you can't go beyond existing templates, words filters, and image stocks.

How much would it cost to:

Build and maintain a satellite that would allow everyone within LOS to communicate with everyone else within LOS, with the satelite acting as a server? Goal being an internet that can be accessed anywhere and can only be censored by blowing up the satellite itself. This free internet will (at first?) only be text based to save on memory (and to not deal with the inevitable criminal use of it, like CP)

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 No.998635

This is why I’m slowly transitioning away from using the internet as anything more than a thing to look up information and talking logistics of meeting with friends and colleagues. It’s gonna be like TV in the sense that it’s getting absolutely commercialized and pretty much useless except for a service or two and all the smart people will move away from it for the most part. The communities are all either dead, really small, or highly fractured. The main things normies use are youtube, amazon, and social media anyways. We’re witnessing the end of an era bois. But it’s not gonna be a big battle thing like the blackpills imagine it. It’s just gonna cease to be a thing. I’m just gonna keep cooking and tending to my garden


 No.998658

Not unless they block all the other websites. Normies can sit whenever the fuck the want to and pay for their youtubes or whatever. While we do our own thing.


 No.998659

I already find the internet indistinguishable from TV in that it's mostly boring nonsense.


 No.998689

File: b71bba56c1ce8a0⋯.jpg (279.29 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, miraclepoweredcomputer.jpg)

I'm getting cancer from this thread. It's like nobody bothers to close their browsers. There's more to the Internet and computers than Port 80 and 443. There are more things to see than Hypertext. The Internet is returning to the 1990s if you look beyond the World Wide Web. Go get two routers and hack them up with higher powered antennae so they can talk with one another. Go teach yourself an Internet Protocol like TCP. Go get some toy infrared sender and receiver and see if you can signal with your RPi, or whatever meme flavor you want. Before you talk about satellites, why not try a weather balloon? RC plane? Model rocket? A $30 RC tonka toy?

In fact, go get yourself a drone and try to implement RFC1149 (A Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams on Avian Carriers)

https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1149

...then implement QoS

https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2549

,,,and finally IPv6

https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6214

>The internet of the (immediate) future will be indistinguishable from TV.

Because all you do is consume. Well, and shitpost here apparently. But once that dopamine rush wears off, you still feel like shit. That's because posting here isn't building. You aren't learning. You are not *doing*. And it feelsbadman.jpg

There is an ENTIRE WORLD sitting beneath your fingers; this is only the very top of the crust. I promise there's so much to see and do.

Fuck the WWW. Let's consign it as Containment for normie business bullshit and let them eat their young. Fuck them.

>But anon, (You) are shitposting here, no?

The irony isn't lost on me, but I'm taking a break from implementing Bittorrent DHT and BEP_0051. Shitposting is relaxing, but don't let it take over. I'll be back arguing with my computer soon enough.

http://bitPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.998741

You're a commie just like the nigger meme you quoted. Back to reddit




File: c1f76f048dbb6ec⋯.jpg (10.29 KB, 150x160, 15:16, primes.jpg)

 No.998643[Reply]

PRIMO is a program that can prove the primality of large numbers (around 5000 decimal digits). It is currently available for 64-bit Linux. But there used to be a single-processor version for Windows. That version has mysteriously disappeared.

tl,dr; does anyone know where you can still get PRIMO 3.0.6 32-bit for Windows

 No.998656




File: c3e56abd8ab0557⋯.jpg (284.34 KB, 1600x1600, 1:1, 2017_Reprap_Prusa_i3_DIY_3….jpg)

 No.996372[Reply]

Any anons here have a 3d printer?

I got chinese prusa i3 from ebay and despite the chink engineering, it was still a good base to work on.

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 No.998418

>>998412

>3d print a bunch of warhammer 40k figurines for free

>buy the same "official" figurines from physical game store

>swap them out

>sell authentic figurines on ebay

>return 3d printed figurines to game store

>repeat at every game store in a radius around you, never go to the same one more than once a month


 No.998462

>>998418

do you do this to gain profit or to cover the cost of a 3d printer


 No.998523

>>998412

The fact that you can save yourself money with diy projects.


 No.998530

>>998386

>for closed communities of elitists

>of elitists

Since when reading and going to school is elitist ?

>its pretty obvious they never meant it to reach the masses

Same for the computer, it should have never reached the masses.

3D printing can also reach the normies if someone abstracts it to hell like PCs.


 No.998642

>>998387 You can make a 3D printer by using a metal 3D printer and a plastic 3D printer.




File: 96b2f28f1416716⋯.jpg (148.8 KB, 887x535, 887:535, mission impossible for eli….jpg)

 No.952400[Reply]

If Lisp is so good, how come nobody has even made a text editor with it? No, Emacs doesn't count, it's not pure lisp. Neither does DrRacket, you need to install entire Racket language for it. Same applies to Edwin which requires installing Scheme to use it. Climacs neither, there are no binaries, it apparently doesn't even work and is basically just a joke. Zmacs is 1980's history, no binaries, no source, can't verify anything, so no.

Requirements in plain English are on picture there, and those requirements translate basically just to "make a usable open-source desktop application that can be distributed like any other desktop application", no miracles required.

Previous thread: >>923254

Its archive: http://archive.is/mnbNo

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 No.997989

>>997988

also this one https://github.com/soegaard/remacs check out those dubs btw


 No.997997

File: 75867927d7ebbd9⋯.png (249.39 KB, 416x409, 416:409, topsmug.png)

>>997988

>>997989

>four months of excuses

>they just end up posting Emacs

LISPfags never change.


 No.998342

File: 24847dc82a0a1a5⋯.mp4 (8.17 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, simplescreenrecorder-2018-….mp4)

This is hilarious. I regret not reading this thread sooner. The lisp faggot bundling the whole interpreter and making the exe 13mb and slow as shit made my sides hurt, but it reminded me of a small cute language I used few years ago when I was just starting with programming.

It is also interpreted and can be "compiled" to .exe by bundling the interpreter with your script, but I was sure as fuck the executables were below 1 MB. So I downloaded the AutoIt and tried to make the editor...

I have to admit, that there's barely any code in it, as the language's GUI library just has an edit box which supports copy-paste, selecting etc. I only had to write little logic to load and save files. Maybe for the next post I'll try to write such editor in C/C++ (but no promises).

Well, my editor can load and save files, is fast, is under 1mb. LISPfags, watch and learn, everyone else, just watch and laugh at the faggots.


 No.998384

>>998342

This thread is hilarious. They're convinced every anon that doesn't jump on the LISP bandwagon is the OP. They've posted a editor that doesn't even work or come close to meeting the requirements. They've claimed anons are moving goalposts when the requirements have been the same for months. They claim bundling racket is the issue when the OP himself stated it was fine but just lazy. They've resorted to posting emacs implementations that someone else wrote in an attempt to save face.

I was really interested in seeing someone with a LISP background step up to the challenge and make something on par with notepad. I've toyed with LISP myself but I don't claim it to be the end all be all of programming. This simple challenge seemed like the perfect chance for the LISPfags that infest this board to show everyone how simple it is to write an application like this and they've squandered it. At this point it's obvious most of them are LARPers that don't do any programming work at all.

We're halfway into November and half a month past the deadline and they're still in here attempting to save face. The OP doesn't seem to have posted in awhile but I'm sure he'll be back at some point to laugh assuming the BO or vol hasn't banned him. I'm too lazy to check the logs but it is suspect that he hasn't been around in some time.


 No.998633

>>998342

>>998384

>>952400

Can we archive/sticky the entire thread, as an eternal reminder

that LISP users are incompetent fucks who will never make it in

programming/computers in general?




 No.997893[Reply]

Fucking Chinese characters are the most ridiculous writing system in the world.

It has each character for each word!

50,000 characters are needed for just everyday life!

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 No.998646

>>998556 Though Japanese writing system came from Chinese writing system, Japanese writing system is better than Chinese writing system, 漢字 (hànzì = Kanji). Because Japanese characters (Hiragana and Katakana) are phonograms, but Chinese characters (Hanzi) are ideograms. (Japanese people use Chinese characters, Kanji, also.)

Egyptian hieroglyphs are well-known examples for ideograms.


 No.998648

>>998631

>Chinese hieroglyphs vs Anglo-Saxon phonetics isn't technology, rat.

Invention of writing systems is one of the most technological advance in human history! It is definitely technology!


 No.998663

>>998645

Analmad Kike spotted

>>998648

Cool make writing thread! I'm sure if you sprinkle Arabic varg will love it!


 No.998802

>>998646

Don't the japs use a double system? And every day words are written in Japanese but everything else is Chinese?


 No.998854

>>998663

I thought var-g was a kike?




 No.995939[Reply]

itt: NEW PARADIGM, bloatware, firefox, linux, botnet, open source community, free software foundation, NEW PARADIGM

list of contents: 1. firefox. 2. linux 3. open source community & NEW PARADIGM

1. firefox is millions of code

>implying you can audit millions of code

>implying anyone did audit it

>implying it would be hard to put some backdoors there unnoticed

>implying firefox and torbrowser (or any browser) is safe

>implying you need millions of code just to display some text with formatting and images, with tiny real-time interaction (ajax etc)

next generation browser should be small and modular. all additional things (javascript, css, layout engine, history) should be modules/components

2. linux is millions of code

>implying it can be audited

>implying it's safe and non-backdoored

>implying you need millions of code for operating system that is just a framework for other software to run

why older operating systems like DOS were simple and small, yet worked?

why isn't linux kernel just small core OS that controls hardware and allows other subsystems on top of it? so you could add GUI subsystem, etc

why templeOS could be small but strong and advanced? because it wasn't made by open source niggers, it was made by WHITE supremacist, racist, by GOD. and he didn't give a shit about code of nigger conduct, he gave a shit about what's important.

why even 20 year old proprietary OS like windows2000 or windows95 is so superior in everyday activities than linux shit? why proprietary music player foobar2000 (made by one person in free time) is so superior to any linux shit player developed by 1000 people?

3. open source community (open source niggers), free software, those philosophies just don't work. they worked on linux and firefox for decades and the result is a piece of shit, piece of nigger dPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.996766

>>996727

I don't worship anyone, but I like that he tries to recapture the 80's hobbyist era. It's more authentic than the raspberry pi shit and other commerical so-called "retro" products. And it didn't take him this long to write it. He had other versions long ago with different names, but pretty much the same deal.


 No.996819

>>996727

It didn't take long to write the OS. It took 18 years to refine it.


 No.998608

>>996766

Don't shit on the rpi I turned mine into a thinkpad flasher and boot-lock disabler.


 No.998615

>>996490

Truly Lord Theo is Baste!


 No.998647

>>995939

The Thirty Million Line Problem - Casey Muratori (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZRE7HIO3vk)

polite sage




 No.997886[Reply]

System error: Japan cybersecurity minister admits he has never used a computer

Yoshitaka Sakurada also seemed confused by the concept of a USB drive when asked in parliament

15 Nov 2018

“It’s unbelievable that someone who has not touched computers is responsible for cybersecurity policies,” said opposition lawmaker Masato Imai.

And his comments provoked a firestorm online.

“Doesn’t he feel ashamed?” wrote one Twitter user.

“Today any company president uses a PC. He doesn’t even know what a USB is. Holy cow.”

Another joked that perhaps Sakurada was simply engaged in his own kind of cybersecurity.

“If a hacker targets this Minister Sakurada, they wouldn’t be able to steal any information. Indeed it might be the strongest kind of security!”

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/nov/15/japan-cyber-security-ministernever-used-computer-yoshitaka-sakurada

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 No.998366

File: 42c3ba7d85c184a⋯.gif (1.09 MB, 371x209, 371:209, 1542374610.gif)

>>998337

Most of the cia don't know how to use computers either, they just run hack.exe that someone else gave them.

Does knowing how to push a button really make you an expert on pushing buttons?


 No.998410

File: 2efec844b193bc5⋯.jpg (260.45 KB, 1160x683, 1160:683, CavemanHunting-1160x683.jpg)

>>998366

Knowing what a button is certainly helps, yes.

There's a certain limit to how out of touch the recruitment pool for a job can be, even if it is just high level decisionmaking.


 No.998426

>>998337

The irony is that said anon could be extremely healthy and the pinnacle of health. So using him as health minister for never needing doctors/hospitals/big pharma would be correct as he could give you tips on staying healthy without any of those people/kikes.


 No.998557

Japs have been irrelevant for decades, who cares.


 No.998614

>>998302

A health minister doesn't need to know how to perform a surgery.

A cybersecurity minister also doesn't need to know how to do computer programming.

>But a person who has never used drugs or gone to hospitals doesn't fit to a health minister.

Also a person who has never used a computer doesn't fit to a cybersecurity minister.




File: 8fcc1ae52f38624⋯.jpg (129.89 KB, 1814x1248, 907:624, thelio.jpg)

 No.997664[Reply]

Is this pretty much the only acceptable pre-built? It's made in the US, loaded with GNU/Linux, has little innovations here and there and actually looks nice. I'm thinking of giving this for Christmas and getting one for the living room. Does anyone still buy pre-builts, though?

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 No.998531

>>997677

they're the only builder taking out the intel ME.

which, why the fuck not just build AMD??


 No.998560

Is there some Satanic reason it has to be System 76 and not System 75?


 No.998566

>>998531

Prove it. Also, neither Intel ME nor AMD PSP can be removed nowadays.


 No.998571

>>998527

Go away /o/.


 No.998757

>>997693

>When did I say this was any different from any other prebuilt?

>>997664

>Is this pretty much the only acceptable pre-built?

Pretty bad shilling, my dude. Mods should delete this thread.




File: 7ddebda9f0f8c0a⋯.png (6.61 KB, 1000x425, 40:17, http3.png)

 No.997144[Reply]

[https://archive.fo/UJCMC] https://www.zdnet.com/article/http-over-quic-to-be-renamed-http3/

>IETF agrees to base the next major iteration of HTTP on Google's QUIC protocol

>This will become the second Google-developed experimental technology to become an official HTTP protocol upgrade after Google's SPDY technology became the base of HTTP/2.

[https://archive.fo/TACI4] https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-ietf-quic-transport/?include_text=1

>5. Connections

>A QUIC connection is a single conversation between two QUIC endpoints

>Once established, a connection may migrate to a different IP or port at either endpoint as described in Section 9.

>9. Connection Migration

>The use of a connection ID allows connections to survive changes to endpoint addresses (that is, IP address and/or port), such as those caused by an endpoint migrating to a new network. This section describes the process by which an endpoint migrates to a new address.

Welcome to no anonymity

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 No.998421

>>997657

Google, Cloudflare, Nginx, Apache, GitLab.

Just off the top of my head


 No.998436

i dont see the point of designing standards for things nobody uses


 No.998441

>>998436

It is better to standardize on a standard earlier than later so you don't have to support all the weird implementation oddities that are in different people's existing implementations.


 No.998505

>>998441

indeed innovation in large scale almost entirely depends on how good the open standards are in specific industry


 No.998559

File: 9dc20abfb8f8cb0⋯.jpg (27.83 KB, 600x428, 150:107, 9dc20abfb8f8cb0dda2ffa55f0….jpg)

>>997145

Before long, it will be too hard for small-time programmers to implement code that uses basic internet protocols. Then you are stuck trusting third party compiled binaries.

There is no reason to continue mucking up HTTP. None whatsoever. This is an obfuscation maneuver. Reject it entirely.

>>997149

HTML can't last forever.




File: a97d95eceebdb32⋯.png (12.67 KB, 600x600, 1:1, msdos-logo.png)

 No.980772[Reply]

>ms releases dos source

>some woman makes a PR to remove it all because its crufty

https://github.com/Microsoft/MS-DOS/pull/1

https://github.com/kfarwell

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 No.997967

>>997965

>how to convert your 8086 code to x86_64

1. put "R" in front of all register names

2. replace "int 0x21" with "syscall"

there, you're done


 No.998181

>>980772

I remember hosting that shitty Tokumei instance for people on 8ch couple of years ago.


 No.998313

>>997965

Possibly the most retarded thing I've read on this board, and that's saying a lot considering what a dumpster fire this place has become.


 No.998322

>>997965

>Trying to LARP as a LARPing /tech/nigger

Wew. Not even the retards here are as retarded as you. >>>/g/


 No.998550

>>997965

So you can write echo in 153 bytes




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File: 4a7400989373ccc⋯.png (166.4 KB, 420x320, 21:16, product-nspire-cx-hero.png)

File: 5855c4574254bbd⋯.png (195.41 KB, 420x320, 21:16, product-nspire-tp-cas-hero.png)

 No.979241[Reply]

Is the Voyage 200 too OP?

Is easy to program for and to modify, objectively better than anything before, its CAS already too. The only pros the nspire calculators can hold is color screen and templates for operations.

If someone from the HP and Casio corner can enlighten us it would be very appreciated.

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 No.997786

>>981352

I had one of those for economics because it was the standard. The gold one, though. It had a bunch of issues and died in a little more than a year. My previous scientific HP died in two years, but that one was a gift, so I wouldn't have bought it otherwise because it was overpriced. Meanwhile, a cheapo that I bought 5 years ago works perfectly. The buttons aren't that good, but otherwise it's much better than its predecessor. That's why I hate HP. At least in my experience, a lot of the shit that they make is overpriced garbage. They are only still around because for some reason they just happen to be the standard brand for a few things (like their extra Jewish printers). It's definitely not because of the quality.


 No.997789

>>997503

No, it was done with good old fashioned pen and paper calculations. Slide rule is no good for calculations that need more than 3 digits of precision.


 No.997855

>>997503

they had human computers. Basically math monkeys. Systems of equations are a pain in the ass to do by hand so they had some math monkey do it.


 No.997860

>>980728

school

calculators are mobile

quicker to get out

they start up immediately

battery life last for longer then you need it to

nice physical buttons

easier to enter numbers into

does any calculations you'll need it to do

easily programmable like the old computers were in the 80s (probably the last electronics that are with thebsoftwsre it comes with)

basicsly a Commodore 64 but portable and better in some ways (calculation) and worst in others (graphics)


 No.998532

>>997721

For me the big draws over an emulator on a phone or computer are the physical buttons and always-ready state.

>>997779

FX-FD10 Pro, it's the same old Casio they've been making since the 80s but with a backlit screen and buttons and weatherproofing. Same BASIC too, you're limited to 26 single-letter variables A-Z IIRC.

>>997786

HP started getting cheap with the 12C when Carly took over. The ones from the early '80s are often still going on their original silver-cell batteries thanks to the silicon on sapphire technology. Our low power shit today is faster but draws more power than almost 30 year old tech.




File: b52ca02dcfd230d⋯.png (198.68 KB, 600x512, 75:64, nano2.png)

File: e98a8e4631b1632⋯.png (285.37 KB, 1354x706, 677:353, ClipboardImage.png)

 No.996935[Reply]

Old thread, >>>/tech/991375 has hit 400 replies and is no longer bumping.

>What is nanochan?

Nanochan is an imageboard with its software written in Lua.

>Why is it speshul?

Nanochan does not use or require Javascript in any way, shape or form.

Nanochan is totally immune to XSS due to the fact that it does not use Javascript combined with a restrictive Content-Security-Policy header. To date, zero security flaws have been exploited.

Nanochan operates exclusively through a Tor hidden service and does not restrict Tor users in any way. Clearnet users may use a tor2web gateway.

Nanochan's source code is small, reasonably clean and easy to understand.

The website itself is available at http://nanochanxv2lxnqi.onion

The most recent source code is always available at http://nanochanxv2lxnqi.onion/source.lua

Use this thread for feature suggestions, questions, etc. Feel free to use the /test/ board on nanochan to check for bugs and vulnerabilities.

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 No.998396

when are you going to stop shilling everywhere?


 No.998456

Nobody cares asie

go back to your minecraft fanboy club


 No.998520

Dead?

haserl CGI Error

[string "nano"]:4: module 'cjson' not found:

no field package.preload['cjson']

no file '/usr/local/share/lua/5.3/cjson.lua'

no file '/usr/local/share/lua/5.3/cjson/init.lua'

no file '/usr/local/lib/lua/5.3/cjson.lua'

no file '/usr/local/lib/lua/5.3/cjson/init.lua'

no file './cjson.lua'

no file './cjson/init.lua'

no file '/usr/local/lib/lua/5.3/cjson.so'

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 No.998522

>>998520

never mind, working again.


 No.998524

>>998520

I was updating some packages. No big deal.




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 No.998401[Reply]

What's Carmack up to these days?

 No.998477

Let's see

>RAGE

>nuDoom

He's up to failure


 No.998480

>>998477

Carmack had nothing to do with nuDoom


 No.998485

Ironically minecraft (making minecraft playable on the vr end), and oculus vr last I heard, it was super sad to see him stand out there like a corpse when he acknowledged that the audience right in front of him literally made his early first person shooters before they were born.


 No.998503

it seems working in walled garden isnt really leading to that many revolutionary products there


 No.998514

Watched his last keynote address at some oculus event and it was disappointing enough that I won't bother with the next one. He used to cover a ton of topics but now they've put a stringent time limit on him and don't allow questions or provide him with a whiteboard. Most of it was about customer experience in VR and a few experiments he did in that area.

Facebook being able to screw up what was a sure thing that's as easy as giving a man a room at a conference hall for an entire day to talk about what he wants at the pace he wants shouldn't surprise anybody.




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