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File: b16d888c4a80138⋯.png (1.83 MB, 2135x1200, 427:240, 472389423432.png)

 No.869328[Reply]

If you've used both (desktop or server), what's your opinion on them? Do you have a clear favourite for desktop use?

If possible, tell a bit about noteworthy experiences on these:

>initial installation/setup and upgrades

>filesystems

>filesystem layout, ease of configuration

>package manager, ports, updates

>availability and third party packages and their state

>missing features

>supported hardware

What features do you miss from FreeBSD when using OpenBSD and vice versa? If you like ZFS, is there a way to archieve similiar functionalty within Open with the tools that are there - will there be a HAMMER port? Does anything in administration or usage slow you down in the things that you actually want to do?

Please do not discuss the recent CoC nonsense, as there is a separate shitposting thread for this.

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 No.870738

>>870579

>If you have more to say on that topic (or others), I'd love to hear.

OpenBSD's security is not something that you need to setup or tune. It is built in the base system and in some packages as well. Don't think about security as containing "bad activities" within a chroot/jail/vm. Just take a look at this:

http://www.openbsd.org/innovations.html

Warning: people with no background in cs may understand little.


 No.870786

>>870738

>OpenBSD's security is not something that you need to setup or tune.

The browser can reach every file in the system by default.


 No.870921

File: 440aab17350e5c9⋯.png (452.27 KB, 709x709, 1:1, 1485042138775.png)


 No.870953

>>870921

gets me so fucking hard


 No.871122

File: 526c7b44c1c7a96⋯.png (64.71 KB, 854x480, 427:240, bsd_hugs.png)

This is it - going to install OpenBSD 6.2 today and play around with it.

>>870701

>somewhat of a dissonance

Somewhat, yeah. I hope he posts again and tells us what exactly he meant. Maybe he meant an older version or something.

>>870738

My knowledge on network protocols is rather limited, so I'm probably not taking away as much from it as I could - but I'm willing to learn. There's a lot there; Too much to skip through quickly, so I'm just saving it for later and understand as I go.




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 No.864802[Reply]

Key iPhone Source Code Gets Posted Online in Biggest Leak in History

(pic 1)

<Source code for iBoot, one of the most critical iOS programs, was anonymously posted on GitHub.

<Someone just posted what experts say is the source code for a core component of the iPhone’s operating system on GitHub, which could pave the way for hackers and security researchers to find vulnerabilities in iOS and make iPhone jailbreaks easier to achieve.

<The GitHub code is labeled “iBoot,” which is the part of iOS that is responsible for ensuring a trusted boot of the operating system. In other words, it’s the program that loads iOS, the very first process that runs when you turn on your iPhone. It loads and verifies the kernel is properly signed by Apple and then executes it—it’s like the iPhone’s BIOS.

<The code says it’s for iOS 9, an older version of the operating system, but portions of it are likely to still be used in iOS 11.

<Apple has traditionally been very reluctant to release code to the public, though it has made certain parts of iOS and MacOS open source in recent years. But it has taken particular care to keep iBoot secure and its code private; bugs in the boot process are the most valuable ones if reported to Apple through its bounty program, which values them at a max payment of $200,000.

<“This is the biggest leak in history,” Jonathan Levin, the author of a series of books on iOS and Mac OSX internals, told me in an online chat. “It’s a huge deal.”

(pic 2)

<Levin said the code appears to be the real iBoot code because it aligns with code he reverse engineered himself. A second security researcher familiar with iOS also said they believe the code is real. We don’t know who is behind the leak. Apple did not respond to a request for comment.

<Having access to the source code of iBoot gives iOS security researchers a better chance to fPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.865951

File: d8731162edfed32⋯.jpg (14.99 KB, 499x374, 499:374, eca8cbf4b7b87be89bf1169131….jpg)

So would this be good to bypass an iCloud sign in? Found an iPad Mini and getting through the authorization is a bitch.


 No.865996

File: 904dd73689b9a38⋯.png (178.17 KB, 640x353, 640:353, Apple’s Core iOS Source Co….png)


 No.866017

File: bd3b37249ba2364⋯.webm (1.38 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, R.I.P. Steve Jobs.webm)


 No.866030

>>865951

Give it back, Jamal.


 No.871027

>>864802

I cast Ressurection

If I wanted to read and understand what this leaked iBoot is, I would learn Swift and Objective-C and research the tech sheets for devices released with iOS 9?




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 No.865077[Reply]

Somebody managed to get Linux running on the Switch, what cool project have you done recently?

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 No.869352

>>865084

so it's as powerful as a gaming laptop from 2006


 No.870782

>>865084

So it's better buying a GPD Win 2


 No.870795

>>868768

>HD rumble

wow it vibrates!

>An IR camera that is surprisingly capable

I made one with an old webcam and an IR led. big deal.

>Top tier gyroscope technology

my ipod has gyros, it's not high tech.

>more than 2 buttons.

like my ipod...


 No.870935

>>870795

>winblows user

kys


 No.871007

> what cool project have you done recently?

It would have been nice if this thread was actually about different anonss projects but you had to shit it up by posting vidya shit.

Also you mentioned something that someone else had done, what have you yourself done, OP?




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 No.849131[Reply]

Nothing convinces me to go back to Google's sweet soul-killing embrace like the fact that all my independent privately-provided services can one day just fuck off into space or stop working properly and nobody will even try to fix them.

For a few days now, if any of you had a chance to notice, @waifu.club emails hosted by cock.li are unable to receive any external mail. Not from gmail, not from hotmail, not from mail.com, not from twitter, not from anywhere, at the moment they are able to receive mail exclusively from other cock.li users.

Both Vincent and Lance Brignoni (owner of waifu.club) are not responsive.

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 No.867614

>>867598

> mail contents

Those can't be considered secure unless the user encrypts it himself on his own computer (that's not running something totally botnet like Windows 10). Granted, most people don't know about or how to use PGP, so they fall for this magic web 2.0 interface shit...


 No.867615

>>867598

He's in Romania now, no longer in one of the 14 eyes.


 No.867744

>>867598

We trust Vincent because those who actually read his site knew that those were the risks of using his website?

Vincent is good because he allows PGP specifically tells you that anything other than client side encryption is placebo and only complies with the bare minimum required, which is why he got raided.


 No.869311

>>849278

>>849283

you're a fucking retard


 No.870899

File: cc95a240931f6df⋯.png (194.63 KB, 1892x967, 1892:967, 2018-02-17-141054_1892x967….png)

Looks like VC finally remembered to update the warrant canary. Looks like everything is all good.

https://cock.li/transparency/warrant-canary.txt




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 No.870233[Reply]

In the wake of the Florida school shooting. It's been discovered that the school shooter, Nicolas Cruz, left a comment on some youtube channel "I want to be a professional school shooter" that made the channel owner contact the FBI.

The next day the channel owner was called by the FBI and asked if he knew the person who left the comment. Nicolas Cruz used his real name for his youtube account. And had a metric fuckton of red flag in his countless facebook posts about guns and things that would point out that he would actually do such a thing.

So my question is why the fuck should we bother and go full on tinfoil hat autist-tier when bullshit like that easely go under the radar. What the fuck is the point of the NSA massive surveillance complex and tech if they cannot even prevent these kind of horse shit happening. Why?

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 No.870824

...because I presume you're a white male and not a spic like him therefore they'll be out to get you for anything they can.

Also because things change. What is ok today won't be 10 years from now. What kind of policies they have will change too. Do you really want a record of your past so you can get shoah'd after the next regime change? Personally I hope one day we seize databases full of neolibshit data and use that to rope them all.


 No.870847

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>>870691

Try searching any of it on google and see what comes up, that's my proof. Also do it while signed into google if you really want to get your shit fucked up soon thereafter.

>>870745

Lurk moar. Action produces the most targeting results.

>>870806

>Can some John NotSoAverage just hide in plain sight, and hope they're never gonna see what's there just because their dragnet is fucking them up?

Yes but only until he is put in the spotlight. There is too many john notsoaverage's now that it is impossible to just eliminate them all without full scale war in public. So you can hide in plain sight in that sense. Also this >>870824 , if you are white you should be looking to be completely self sufficient and able to defend yourself without any outside help whatsoever. Or you are fucked in cy+3


 No.870850

File: dc5fff1287191c9⋯.jpg (192.28 KB, 553x936, 553:936, dc5fff1287191c99226b9ccd14….jpg)


 No.870996

>>870389

>hurr gubbermint don't need to worry whether the economic base that supports it keeps working

no


 No.871043

>>870546

>implying the three-letters and journowhores aren't filled with the same kind of faggots working together for common purposes.




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 No.793044[Reply]

I am fatally retarded.

Can someone here give me the straight dope on bitrot, and non-traumatic data loss in general?

I have over 2 TBs of Chinese cartoons, transferred onto a brand-spankin' new drive. After some research, it was the most stable I could find

All of the data is just sitting there. I don't plan to move or rewrite it until the drive begins to fail. There are some currently airing shows and ongoing manga that I follow, so new data is intermittently written to the disk.

But what about loss? Brace yourselves for my retarded questions:

- Does any data loss whatsoever occur when simply copying files from one drive to another?

- Is bitrot a real problem? Does it occur significantly within the span of an average human lifetime? If so, what can I do to avoid it happening with a veritable mountain of data on a single drive?

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 No.870771

>>815235

>argues that arguments are absolutely worthless


 No.870807

>>870763

>Hard disks have ECC

Do you know how HDDs work? The surface of a disk platter is not a pristine storage medium such as DRAM, HDDs are dependent on ECC to even be able to work and preserve data integrity. A HDD without ECC would be inherently broken, while ECC in DRAM is an additional protection against errors which are usually signs of faulty memory.


 No.870835

>>858610

So you need like at least a dozen or so tapes if you would like to backup weekly to tape?


 No.870842

>>870750

>I re-save shit with lossy comparison and call it "bit rot"

You're fucking dumb


 No.870846

>>870842

>same file from dozens of people and see exactly how it fucks your archival shit up.

>same file

>not same movie different file

nice reading comprehension




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 No.869769[Reply]

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4074590/windows-10-update-kb4074590

Addresses issue where telemetry data couldn't be uploaded using UTC because of networking environments that prevent access to the necessary CRL servers.

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 No.870127

>>869769

>https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4074590/windows-10-update-kb4074590

<February 13, 2018—KB4074590 (OS Build 14393.2068)

<Applies to: Windows 10 Version 1607Windows Server 2016

<Improvements and fixes

<This update includes quality improvements. No new operating system features are being introduced in this update. Key changes include:

<Addresses issue with fragment identifier contained in links opened using the Enterprise Mode Site List to redirect from Microsoft Edge to Internet Explorer.

<Addresses issue with rendering graphics elements with Internet Explorer.

<Addresses a script-related issue that caused Internet Explorer to stop working in some cases.

<Addresses issue in Internet Explorer where pressing the Delete key inserted a new line in input boxes in an application.

<Addresses issue where some users may have experienced issues logging into some websites when using third-party account credentials in Microsoft Edge.

<Addresses issue with browser Compatibility View settings that occured during updates.

<Updates time zone information.

<Updates Microsoft HoloLens CPU Microcode to address vulnerability CVE-2017-5715 - Branch target injection. Installing this KB for HoloLens applies all relevant OS and Microcode updates. See Advisory 180002 for more details.

<Addresses issue where telemetry data couldn't be uploaded using UTC because of networking environments that prevent access to the necessary CRL servers.

<Addresses issue where MMC application snap-ins—such as Services, Local Policy Admin, and Printer Management—fail to run when Windows Defender Application Control (Device Guard) is turned on. The error is "ObPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.870189

>>870000

Windows has the best dev tools tho. You gotta propagate them before Microsoft eats it.


 No.870234

File: 92a153820575be4⋯.gif (44.6 KB, 729x409, 729:409, 31FFC8FE-B435-47D7-A0D0-A1….gif)

>>870189

>Windows has the best dev tools tho.

Top fucking kek, Pajeet.


 No.870345

cucked again


 No.870779

>>869769

>what is whitelist based blocking on an external firewall




File: 49721aa4c3d392a⋯.jpg (22.99 KB, 400x400, 1:1, meshnetwork.jpg)

 No.839716[Reply]

>Ctrl+F mesh

>No relevant result

So, net neutrality is down the shitter, this is the perfect time to start our own internet. Why?

- ipv6, a lot of providers stuck with v4 and this is a huge shame

- true (?) neutrality: something happens to the neighbor you can still use a backup path

- it's finally like intended: decentralized; no isp control

- it depends on You and your community, not on the ISP; in my area the shittiest buildings have fiber optics with gigabit but our modern house won't get it soon (we have cable says the provider), we stuck at hilarious sub-MB speed and lot of areas are not allowed to do infrastructural upgrades (historical parts of the city so digging and redoing the network is impossible)

So list the router distros and everything that would support mesh networking!

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 No.870510

>>870437

Wifi is radiation that affects no part of your body.


 No.870512

>>870460

Oh boy I'm terribly excited about a mesh Internet experience where latency is measured in minutes.


 No.870734

>>870473

>elon musk

wow it's fucking nothing


 No.870743

>>857984

wouldn't that just be decentralized dialup


 No.870749

>>870473

>us

The fuck you think you are ?




File: 49e1b3f2dd70288⋯.jpg (80.46 KB, 800x450, 16:9, letsgoboys.jpg)

 No.870562[Reply]

http://archive.is/tVdw6

Supposedly iOS' Font Engine is still broken as fuck if you display the following character;

జ్ఞ ‌ా

So if you want to be REALLY CAREFUL and don't want to crash iOS, make sure you DO NOT display "జ్ఞ ‌ా"

Okay? Remember what I said? Do not display "జ్ఞ ‌ా" at all costs unless you want to kick all iOS faggots off a web page?

జ్ఞ ‌ా

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 No.870677

wow, apple products are so superior


 No.870696

just werks on my machine 🙃


 No.870697

File: 24c9f78a74fae28⋯.jpeg (603.93 KB, 744x1294, 372:647, 6C4844CA-0C75-4229-9997-B….jpeg)


 No.870709

File: 10f03cd99184f8b⋯.png (75.82 KB, 500x610, 50:61, when-you-text-a-girl-and-i….png)

>Supposedly

Supposedly OP is a faggot. The pajeet bug is only inside of iMessage. He is supposedly a greentext poorfag so he wouldn't be able to iMessage anyone anyways.

It doesn't crash the web browser or email client.


 No.870724

>OP in charge of being literate




File: b0ac56f6f284961⋯.png (34.93 KB, 1024x741, 1024:741, git.png)

 No.870575[Reply]

Is it possible?

OKay, so I have a ton of music (I use soulseek a lot). My collection is expanding everyday and I'd like to keep track of when I added something for the first time, and its subsequent positions.

I don't want a HUGE git repo, I don't even want a backup. I just want a log of my files.

Is it possible?

Okay OP here, I'm doing this

>add file names to .txt file

>add .txt file to git

>write a cron task to monitor the folder and update file + reupload to git if anything gets added

The git repo is initialized in /home/user/folder.

I want the directory with the text list to be hidden, so it's named .list and I set up a cronjob to run the following script every 5 minutes.


cd /home/user/folder/ && tree -faRn -o /home/user/folder/.list/1
cd /home/user/folder/ && tree -faRhupsDn --du -o /home/user/folder/.list/2
git -C /home/user/folder add .list
git -C /home/user/folder commit -m $a

It's also monitoring the .git folder (!) and this means that it's committing everytime the script runs. Should I add .git to a gitignore? Why is it watching the .git folder anyway? is it because my directory is named .list? Do I need to double quote it? .list isn't a git repo.

pls no delete

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 No.870669

>>870588

>It was up 15 minutes ago

It was up for a few days. Use the sticky.


 No.870675

>>870669

how stupid are you


 No.870702

TECH SUPPORT GOES IN THE FUCKING STICKY, THAT'S WHY YOUR THREAD WAS DELETED, YOU DENSE CUNT


 No.870703

>>870702

=WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH MOMMMMMMMMYYYYYY==


 No.870717

>>870575

lmao I edited tree and it's working now lol

tree's indexing .git and .list




 No.868117[Reply]

>he thought javascript will go away

>instead soyboys write everything in javascript

enjoy your future

http://imrannazar.com/GameBoy-Emulation-in-JavaScript

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 No.869402

>>868894

/tech/ is pretty fucking shit, but you are delusional if you think this is any worse than /g/. We do not have (or at least, didn't use to have before the recent influx of halfchan imbeciles) shitty smartphone threads, shitty wallpaper circlejerks where people only post screenshots and no rice recipes, shitty "r8 my build" threads, shitty leg shaving threads, shitty CPU/GPU vendor wars threads, shitty battlestation threads...

Technology boards in Futaba-style imageboards are dead. It's like browsing a place as pedantic and elitist as SlashDot, but everyone talks entirely out of their asses. Imageboards in general are on life support anyway, with most people attempting to provide anything of value for the community getting drowned in drama from fellow users who do not like to see anyone succeeding. Nobody no longers produce OC because it is frowned upon, because at some point in time we adopted a culture of lazyness that encourages bringing down those who are onto something with claims of not your personal army (you think Habbo raids would have been possible today? No, it is obviously a personal army request, not a way to have fun with fellow shitposters), baseless destructive criticism for the sake of acting like a tough guy and general assorted drama.


 No.869430

>>869402

>Nobody no longers produce OC

Wrong. I'm not sure why you believe this. There are plenty OC as screenshots posted to this board everyday. I even posted a picture of a simple LED card for Valentine's Day I made yesterday.


 No.869575

>>869402

>/tech/ is pretty fucking shit, but you are delusional if you think this is any worse than /g/. We do not have (or at least, didn't use to have before the recent influx of halfchan imbeciles) shitty smartphone threads, shitty wallpaper circlejerks where people only post screenshots and no rice recipes, shitty "r8 my build" threads, shitty leg shaving threads, shitty CPU/GPU vendor wars threads, shitty battlestation threads...

You're right. I totally forgot how big my filter was when posting on /g/. It literally filtered an average of 100 posts per board. Kind of ridiculous. 8ch is formulaic and repetitive, but I will admit that a filter that nixes redundant threads would be less effective here. What would be really nice, though, is an image filter for reaction images.


 No.869595

>>869430

>I even posted a picture of a simple LED card for Valentine's Day

You did?


 No.870714

Is there a chance the soy bullshit will actually go away? Or is the 90s/00s-born generation hopelessly lost and will irreparably drag technology down with them?




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 No.852351[Reply]

I think the early generation thinkpads are some of the best for "spy" type operations.

I want to know what /tech/ thinks is THE best computer you can have to anonymously get on a network rather than just building from homebrew...

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 No.858905

Doesn't really matter. DoD employees have their own live distro (LPS) on a thumbdrive and don't store files locally. They probably won't bother giving them a laptop unless they're deployed to bumfuck nowhere, in which case there are much higher priorities than theoretical hardware weaknesses. (Reliability, drop safety, battery life, etc.)


 No.859539

32 pi zeros up the anus


 No.870710

>>858897

What is better, swap (if possible) the palmrest for one without a fp reader, or just leave the existing one even if not using fp so potential thieves might be thwarted off by the sight of the fp reader?


 No.870713

>>858897

Are there confirmed cases of fingerprint data stored in those readers' chips becoming compromised? Is there a software-based way of getting them out of the chip?


 No.870757

>>852351

Iliterally any machine. the less consumer botnet trash (post 2003 intel, (((U)))EFI, etc) the better

wtf is homebrew

>>852356

>just set the turn off botnet flag XD




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 No.865038[Reply]

ITT we discuss gaming

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 No.870557

>>868220

GOG considered AppImage, but there was no good way to apply branding.


 No.870614

>>870557

>there was no good way to apply branding.

What do you mean by this?


 No.870618

>>870614

The whole reason they switched from tarballs to Mojo is so they could have their branding featured on an installer. You cant have that with tarballs or Appimages. I'm not even sure you can do that with Flatpaks or Snaps.


 No.870708

>>865053

OpenArena

FreeCiv

SuperTux

Battle of Wesnoth

Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup

SuperTuxKart

Hedgewars

Teeworlds

Unknown Horizons

0 A.D.

Xonotic


 No.870769

>>865065

well they are more tech than web shit.




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 No.855752[Reply]

>The Intel Management Engine is a tool that ships with Intel chipsets, purportedly to ease the job of system administrators. But in reality, it is another restriction on user freedoms, imposed by a company, and used to control your computing.

>The Management Engine (frequently abbreviated as ME) is a separate computer within Intel computers, which denies users control by forcing them to run nonfree software that cannot be modified or replaced by anyone but Intel. This is dangerous and unjust. It is a very serious attack on the freedom, privacy, and security of computer users.

>At first, it was designed to help system administrators and other employees to remotely manage computers, and was advertised as a computer feature for business customers.

>Over time, Intel imposed the Management Engine on all Intel computers, removed the ability for computer users and manufacturers to disable it, and extended its control over the computer to nearly 100%. It even has access to the main computer's memory.

>It now constitutes a separate computing environment that is designed to deny users the control of their computer. It can even run applications that implement Digital Restrictions Management (DRM). See Defective by Design to learn why DRM is bad.

>Because of Intel's attack on users' freedom, to avoid being denied freedom, privacy, and security, computer users wanting to use a machine with an Intel processor must use older computers with no Management Engine, or whose Management Engine is disabled.

>Whenever companies follow Intel's path, we will need to design our own hardware to keep being able to escape such attacks on freedom, by ensuring that users can run fully free software on it. This will also create the necessary building blocks that will enable users to benefit from hardware freedoms in the future, when manufacturing technologies are easily available to end users.

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 No.870433

The only theoretical way to put an end to the Intel Management Engine is to exploit the fuck out of it and cause worldwide computer outages on a newsworthy scale.


 No.870435

>>870433

That already happened. Nothing really came of it.


 No.870620

>>856305

>can you into

>proper English

Adhere to your own standard.

>>857087

Stop, I'm going to grind my teeth to powder. How can we get people to care? Most people on these sorts of boards are content with feeling superior because they know what's going on and shaking their fists at the elites and the normies, but we're all just as complicit for not doing anything to reverse this even though we have the knowledge. I've managed to convert two people to linux, and I've stopped using social media so that I'm not contributing to the "all my friends are using it" thing that keeps ambivalent people from deleting their accounts. Obviously, that's nowhere near enough.

What are practical steps that can be taken to stop tech apathy?


 No.870636

>>870620

You can't. Stallman has dedicated his life to lecturing society about freedom and computing. He is a verifiable genius and unverified autist. You're not going to find people much smarter than Stallman who is going to speak about these specific issues. After 3 decades of lecturing the same lectures over and over again, only handfuls of people are even aware of the issues.

Personally, I have ways of telling people about my political position, both the 10 second elevator pitch and also the 2 hour lecture connecting all manner of geopolitics. I don't bother controlling other people, all I can do is give a reasoned lecture about why I don't use Netflix, Facebook, or Apple.


 No.870645

>>857091

>100mhz

Why, you can go as far as the Pentium MMX 233 MHz and stay safe from Spectre.




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 No.863986[Reply]

What is the main reason why he committed suicide?

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 No.868279

>>867197

>he was super super genius because he was part of a team of programmers

>he was a super super super super genius for having a little input into a Paul Graham-approved version of Usenet... (and left out the killfiles/scorefiles part..)

Seriously, no. There's been thousands of more accomplished younguns on Internets over the past 20-30 years than Schwartz. Bram Cohen was younger than Schwartz (during the Reddit era) when he sole-developed Bittorrent, for example.

>he had super sekret laptop hidden in a Uni building drift-leeching filez

Every University had that going back into the 1980s, dude. Mates of mine had a laptop with the hostname "Haven" that did the same thing.


 No.870382

>>866867

Not such a genius, then.


 No.870440

>>864585

hA_hA_hA,_ i thinK therE iS a mAd onE iN thE googLe threAd


 No.870465

>>870440

Literally everyone is just ignoring you. The only mad one here is you, who can't seem to wrap their head around the prospect of a joke.


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