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File: 370d335c1106cb0⋯.jpg (53.32 KB, 540x330, 18:11, pidgin.jpg)

 No.939334[Reply]

I'm out of the loop. Tox, Matrix, Signal, XMPP, IRC?

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 No.940778

>>940732

There was a story involving a pedo site on tor which the FBI was running for a few months.

Before the FBI took over the server, apparently the site admin(s) were talking to each other and planning to meet up. The FBI was monitoring them, but suddenly one of them started driving to the other's place, that or they both started moving to the same location. The FBI didn't know that they were talking through tox and when they caught them they were raping some girl. The FBI wasn't even aware they were using tox, and that's where the pedos we're planning the meet up.

How secure something is doesn't matter if no one is trying to crack it. Even better if they don't know it exists. Of course now they're aware of it, but considering how bureaucracy work it might be some time before some serious effort towards monitoring tox. Especially if the userbase is still relatively small and pedos are using technologies whose exploits they're already familiar with.

>>940771

>This one just sounds like a scam

There was actually someone on zeronet doing the same thing. Apparently it was a "Social experiment" to create a darknet market.

Though I agree that most of these don't seem real.


 No.941071

>>940771

>Valid data for not using a product

=not a shill

Didn't know Tox worked like that. Will scratch it off my list of chat programs to use for that day I find a friend to chat with.


 No.941091

>>940724

The Internet is full of pedophiles and yet, nobody says the risk of meeting pedophiles on the Internet causes alphabet soup.


 No.941097

>>939513

XML is pure evil. LaTeX > XML by far. R Markdown looks promising though


 No.941101

aol instant messenger




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 No.934640[Reply]

What cool shit do you do with your Pi3/Pi Zero? I'm running out of ideas

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 No.940843

>>940596

Try running Quake on an Arduino, boomer.


 No.941030

>>937631

My God, why GREEN -_-


 No.941037

File: 051584798ac4090⋯.jpg (17.79 KB, 420x470, 42:47, f95841840.jpg)

Just got a Pi3 B+ and intend to use it with my ham radio for digital modes.


 No.941051

>>941037

>I bought an overclocked Raspberry with overclocked wifi.

Call me when there's a 4.


 No.941052

File: 5f9fbcc913459c4⋯.jpg (131.84 KB, 800x800, 1:1, f95954856.jpg)




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 No.907223[Reply]

TalosII ppc64el computers started shipping here's an unboxing by tenfourfox: https://tenfourfox.blogspot.com/2018/04/unboxing-talos-ii-its-here.html?m=1

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 No.941169

>>940839

>Does the BMC act as a sort of rescue system too?

If the main OS halts or otherwise shits itself then the BMC acts as a sort of backup SSH so power cycle the system and recover it.

>>940849

>Is there a list of video cards it is compatible with? I've heard not all drivers will work with POWER.

I briefly tried installing the OpenCL/RoCM drivers for the WX7100 but the AMD repos only have x86 builds (Ubuntu only comes with the AMD display drivers), I should be able to just build them form source though. Nvidia has Power9 builds of CUDA available but those are proprietary.

>>940899

>He could just use nvidia with nouveau supported hardware if he wanted libre software for his propietary hardware GPU.

nouveau is awful, also it doesn't allow the GPU to be used for compute which is what he is interested in

>>940980

>Keep in mind that 32-core 2nd gen Threadrippers are coming in few months.

They still only have 64MB of cache so its not like you can run any more mining threads.

>For ~$1500

[citation needed]

>at least 50% higher clocks than that EPYC

The 7601 is clocked at 3.2GHz, the 32 core Threadrippers are only anounced up to 3.4GHz.

>More if you're willing to overclock.

I can overclock as well.

>Counting in mobo price you might get more H/s/$ that way

The Talos Lite motherboard with an 8 core CPU costs $1600 and can run the same amount of mining threads as the 32 core ThPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.941304

>>941016

AMD's pricing habits and leaked listings.


 No.941305

>>941169

I still don't fully understand what ROCm is. It seems to be related to heterogeneous computing, but how does it work. Is it a bunch of libraries, compilers?


 No.941452

>>940899

>supports up to 2TB RAM

Fucking hell!


 No.941591

>>940870

While I'd love to have a Libre software supported GPU with full 3D acceleration, it probably isn't possible for any card yet.

Nvidia is still woefully incompetent and malicious with supporting Nouveau and care only about the proprietary driver at this point.

AMD is at least slightly better supported, but there are still huge problems with proprietary firmware in each card.

I've only ever seen Intel have good free software support without proprietary dependency.




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 No.940846[Reply]

ABSOLUTELY /OURGUY/

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 No.940904

>>940885

Go back to >>>/v/


 No.940908

The people who listen to these tech podcasts don't know anything about technology.

If you're on tech and listen to podcasts about tech in your free time, you're doing it wrong, they spend 1 hour going over 10minutes worth of news articles that they didn't even read half the time.


 No.940931

Yeah, I don't mind Wendell and his brother. They're the least shit tech jewtubers.


 No.940982

File: 89b9945e39f39a7⋯.png (7.51 KB, 520x115, 104:23, spoonfeed2.png)

>>940855

Kill yourself, cuckchan.


 No.941110

>>940855

Pajeet detected




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 No.936177[Reply]

Microsoft's github is shit. It looks like microsoft trying to make bank DRM'ing foss projects,

and block 'bad goy' search terms.

I never used github other then to occasionally git clone source code. Was it always this shit?

the top url looks like facebook's, and now you buy "Apps"(software) at the github "marketplace"(DRM).

See images attched:

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 No.940791

>>940785

Screenshot in OP looks more like modern flat design. Not that I can tell (or even care), since I only use text browsers.


 No.940805

>>940791

How did u see the screenshot then retard?


 No.940806

File: d0f477c26db6054⋯.jpeg (177.04 KB, 1013x765, 1013:765, 1.jpeg)

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File: e4f38d922469c60⋯.jpg (230.56 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, sks1.jpg)

>>940785

No, it looks like generic metro-gay-modern shit. 20th century user interfaces looked better. Modern design makes computers look like cheap toys.


 No.940812

>>940806

>comparing OS interfaces to web interfaces

>in the very screenshot trying to prove his point is a simple website

Get a load of this retard.


 No.940924

>>940805

Retard, huh? Well I could tell you, but I won't. I'll just let you go read the man pages and config files for popular text web browsers.




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File: b1428569c582ff5⋯.gif (5.32 KB, 200x45, 40:9, poweredbyslack.gif)

 No.920334[Reply]

I see distros like Void, Arch and Gentoo get recommended far too much here. Most /tech/ users are either people who just need a web browser, programmers of small projects or a mix in between. Most people here don't need 90% of the stuff modern distros provide them! The solution?

Slackware!

Reasons for Slackware:

-No dependency management. Normal users don't spend their time installing, uninstalling and generally messing around with package management. This might be helpful for devs but normal users don't need it! KISS

-Simple init. Again, normal users don't need advanced functions like process supervision (advanced at least). Again, useful for devs and sysadmins, not regular users or programmers! (small project devs at least)

-Stable as fuck! Take a look at https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/slackware-14/. Most questions you see aren't people asking help because of a problem with their init or package management, it's things like asking how to manage stuff and get shit done

Recent posts:

https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/slackware-14/building-the-initrd-before-installation-4175630474/

https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/slackware-14/this-is-my-slackware-desktop-725754/

https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/slackware-14/slackware-terminal-server-4175630106/

Then look at the Debian forum! Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.940690

>>921045

Arch has systemd though.


 No.940710

>>931731

This. Slackware is easy. There is a reason it's called "Slackware".


 No.940711

>>940690

who the FUCK cares you fucking kike


 No.940720

>>940711

I'm just saiyan.


 No.940910

>>940690

That's what Artix is for.

>>940711

>implying




File: 8620524b3fbd927⋯.png (70.01 KB, 960x280, 24:7, JuliaBenchmarks.png)

 No.932434[Reply]

Why isn't /tech/ using Julia?

It seems to be a very well designed language, combining many of the best aspects of common lisp, python, and MATLAB, into the perfect high level language capable of heavy duty number crunching. It makes programming for large HPC clusters easy.

But don't take my word for it!

https://graydon2.dreamwidth.org/189377.html

http://www.stochasticlifestyle.com/like-julia-scales-productive-insights-julia-developer/

https://www.nextplatform.com/2017/11/28/julia-language-delivers-petascale-hpc-performance/

https://tpapp.github.io/post/common-lisp-to-julia/

:^)

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 No.934767

>Metaprogramming

> The strongest legacy of Lisp in the Julia language is its metaprogramming support. Like Lisp, Julia represents its own code as a data structure of the language itself. Since code is represented by objects that can be created and manipulated from within the language, it is possible for a program to transform and generate its own code. This allows sophisticated code generation without extra build steps, and also allows true Lisp-style macros operating at the level of abstract syntax trees. In contrast, preprocessor "macro" systems, like that of C and C++, perform textual manipulation and substitution before any actual parsing or interpretation occurs. Because all data types and code in Julia are represented by Julia data structures, powerful reflection capabilities are available to explore the internals of a program and its types just like any other data.

That's good. Nim and Rust have similar capabilities, far more sophisticated than the C/C++ preprocessor.


 No.935465

>>934767

Rust is probably too low level, but I wonder if Nim will end up being a major competitor to Julia?


 No.937135

>>932434

They were only slightly influenced by lisp, which is a good thing.


 No.937241

>>934767

Metaprogramming is pure cancer and the part of a C++ project most likely to go malignant and kill it.


 No.940859

>>932434

Okay, I just started using Julia the other day and it's great. Easily my new favorite language!




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 No.933296[Reply]

Full text at: https://www.blender.org/media-exposure/youtube-blocks-blender-videos-worldwide/

Synopsis: YouTube updates video policies and blocks anyone who doesn't agree to them. manager of YouTube account for Blender "didn't notice" because of "bad ui". Blender organization starts video.blender.org as a response, based off of a peertube implementation.

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 No.940792

>>940761

"Factorio" game developers state that they exclusively use Blender in doing their visual asset production for 3d work.


 No.940799

>>940761

I know that Eidos Montreal uses Blender, they showed it on a video of their office, that's a pretty big studio


 No.940803

>>940799 (checked)

sauce plz?


 No.940822

video.blender.org

>We are sorry but it seems that PeerTube is not compatible with your web browser.

wew


 No.940826

>>940822

What about reuploading them all to BitChute or UploadStars?




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 No.934111[Reply]

John McAfee says he has been poisoned, and tells culprits: 'You will soon understand the true meaning of wrath'

>Cyber security pioneer John McAfee has claimed “incompetent enemies” have poisoned him, just one month after telling The Independent that he feared for his life.

>The founder of the eponymous antivirus company took to Twitter on Friday, 22 June, to share photos of himself lying in a hospital bed covered in tubes.

>“I apologise for my three day absence but I was unconscious for two days at the Vidant Medical Centre in North Carolina and just woke up,” McAfee tweeted.

>“My enemies maged [sic] to spike something that i ingested. However, I am more difficult to kill than anyone can possibly imagine. I am back.”

>Mr McAfee did not immediately respond to a request for further comment about whether he thought it is related to fears that nefarious actors want to kill him.

>In a series of videos posted to YouTube last month, Mr McAfee said issues with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) had forced him to go on the run.

>His involvement with various cryptocurrency companies led to him being served with a subpoena by the SEC in 2016.

“We are in a five-vehicle motorcade,” Mr McAfee told The Independent in May. ”All vehicles driven by ex-military special forces and filled to the brim with heavily-armed security personnel.

>“I purposely and publicly committed a felony this morning to call the SEC out [in the videos]. I’m mad as hell and I’m not taking any more s*** from corrupt-to-the-core government agencies.”

>Mr McAfee has previously claimed that violent cartels have attempted to kidnap him on several occasions over the last few years, most recently in September. Those attempts, he says, relate to his time in Belize when he was caught up in the investigPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.939344

>>935396

>RMS

>worshiping

If there's one thing to make RMS angry is to surrender yourself to him.


 No.939393

>>934139

>whose hands do you think the government-sanctioned crypto of the future will fall into? The People? The banks? Large, publically-traded corporations? The government?

blackchain is actually a petri dish and a race to whoever gains the most power and probably it was experiment gone wrong but meme currency is pretty useless in a higher sense. It may be decentralized but it is a melting pot that attracts chaosfags into easier destruction (unlike physical goods like precious metals)

Remember the 'one world currency 2018' thing they prophecize-larped? It's pretty obvious that its the hivites (fleur de lis) and phoenicians (phoenix, duh!).


 No.939394

File: cabf2cd6c61d9ba⋯.png (2.53 MB, 1156x1360, 17:20, hivite currency.png)


 No.939669

>>934111

>His involvement with various cryptocurrency companies led to him being served with a subpoena by the SEC in 2016.

He probably fucked some dangerous people who invested in that shit and now they want their money back


 No.940820

>defending a currency manipulator




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 No.939490[Reply]

I want to create a Hidden Service in the onion network but I want to know what are the best practices in the server side. What are your recomendations for web server and Tor configuration ?

*Its not a cp site, please don't shit me .

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 No.940463

OpenBSD using default httpd, of blocking all outbound connections, inbound only on ports 9050 and maybe 22 if you want to disable physical access, hardware RAID with disks encrypted with bioctl. OpenBSD is great, disable all logs too.


 No.940464

>>940463

>of

I meant pf. It's really simple, really powerful firewall software.


 No.940701

>>940446

Except through the unstable browser which has been used to leak actual IP in the past, disable if you don't need it.


 No.940707

>dank web

>not cp

Talk about missing the point


 No.940819

File: 80055cfdd24fa83⋯.png (1.34 MB, 2000x1750, 8:7, GlowMaster.png)




File: 23f5e4662588718⋯.png (63.89 KB, 800x600, 4:3, ReactOS_Shell.png)

 No.881637[Reply]

What's the general consensus on ReactOS? Kind of seems like a "worst of both worlds" thing to me (having done little research).

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 No.937170

reactOS is just an experiment. leave the poor thing alone


 No.937180

if they can get the features of later versions of Windows Vista into the very efficient XP-like core, they succeeded


 No.937181

even with good emulator or transient layer similar to DXVK, they already have combined best of the both worlds for gaming


 No.937451

>>933155

I don't have any screen tearing either. I use Gentoo, AMDGPU and X11.


 No.940783

>>881998

There are still atm machines that run OS/2, I've even seen one with some custom embedded BSD




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 No.937842[Reply]

C++ is among the worst programming experiences I've ever had, the touted advantages of using it are exactly what is making it difficult to use because they are implemented so horrendously.

Why is inheritance so messed up just so you can have multiple inheritance (i.e: where's my super)? Why is the documentation unclear on basic stuff (I just want to replace an item in a list dammit)? Why does the compiler randomly decide it doesn't want to upcast? Why is it that the only way I can solve this cyclical dependency is by putting the actual method lines away from the original class, making my code difficult to read?

This language is actual trash and you should be shot if you use it.

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 No.940622

>>939188

>115K lines assembly

But why?


 No.940623

>>940622

Because tons of small chips are going to require that.


 No.940634

File: f65abefd768dcb0⋯.jpg (147.46 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, TtoFTUh.jpg)

>>940622

Microcontrollers, son.


 No.940772

>>940607

>>940612

you STILL have yet to understand how wrong you are.


 No.941919

Wow OP if you weren't so busy guzzling cock maybe you'd read the book.




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 No.936625[Reply]

>The feature, first reported by CNET a year ago and officially called private tabs with Tor, is built into Brave 0.23. The official Brave 1.0 is due to ship this year, but 2.8 million people already use the browser monthly, Eich said. To use the new feature, you can either select "New Private Tab with Tor" from the file menu or flip on the Tor switch once you've opened a new private tab. Using Tor on one tab doesn't affect other ordinary or private tabs.

>"Studies show that users expect private tabs prevent things like ISPs tracking them or other people on Wi-Fi tracking them," but in fact ordinary private tabs don't, Zhu said. "Tor private tabs bring private tabs much closer to what the user expects private tabs to do."

<Mozilla says it's too early to know when the project will bear fruit. But Brave's Tor support is here now -- although in a testing stage to try to find problems and patch known privacy leaks compared to Tor's better-tested browser.

Laughing at Firecucks right now.

Sauce: https://www.cnet.com/news/brave-advances-browser-privacy-with-tor-powered-tabs/?utm_source=reddit.com

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 No.940030

Remember when Tor was good?


 No.940093

>>940030

Yes, like yesterday (literally).


 No.940693

>>940093

It's good today too.


 No.940704

>>939977

.onions can't be mitm'd.


 No.940712

File: 0cb6f0df9e884cb⋯.jpg (407.28 KB, 1600x900, 16:9, Featured_Balenciaga_ss17.jpg)

>>940704

Tor have many men in the middle

<resisted to attach real faggot train image..




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 No.939919[Reply]

>Chinese-designed "Dhyana" x86 processors based on AMD's Zen microarchitecture are beginning to surface from Chinese chip producer Hygon. The processors come as the fruit of AMD's x86 IP licensing agreements with its China-based partners and break the decades-long stranglehold on x86 held by the triumvirate of Intel, AMD and VIA Technologies.

>AMD's announcement in 2016 that it had established a joint venture in China to develop processors was surprising, but it yielded a much needed $293 million cash infusion (in payments based on delivery dates) for the then-struggling company, which had operated at a loss for the prior six quarters.

>As part of the licensing agreement, AMD established a joint venture (JV) in China called the Tianjin Haiguang Advanced Technology Investment Co. Ltd. (THATIC) and agreed to license its x86 and SoC IP for chip development. THATIC consists of AMD and both public and private Chinese companies, including the Chinese Academy of Sciences that is heavily influenced by the Chinese government.

>And thus, AMD's licensing of the x86 IP stays within the legal boundaries. According to the agreement, the final products can only be sold within China's borders. That opens up a huge opportunity for AMD via royalties due to the exploding China data center market, but potentially serves a blow to Intel due to the Chinese governments' influence: China has invested heavily in native chip producers through its Made In China 2025 initiative and also offers incentives and other measures to prop up domestic chip production.

AMD managed to get around the x86 licensing restrictions, Intel truly BTFO since they still can't sell server CPUs to China.

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/china-zen-x86-processor-dryhana,37417.html

https://archive.fo/8Ggkw

Its interesting to see China start to fall in liPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.940638

The only good that can come from this is if it motivates Europe to start funding their own research and manufacturing.

>Lets move more of our Industry and Knowledge to China

>what can possibly go wrong...


 No.940665

New non-psp chips?


 No.940674

>>940665

That's a good question, if they don't have PSP they might be worth buying.


 No.940679

>>940638

>Europe

You mean Germany because they are the only country that would be able to pull it off.


 No.940681

>>940638

>Lets move more of our Industry and Knowledge to China

You mean

<Lets move more of our Industry and Knowledge to Israel




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 No.940336[Reply]

I've never experimented with hardware video encoding until now, and my findings are that it's complete and utter dogshit. Yes, it can encode at speeds higher than 1K fps, but the result is always a larger file. It doesn't matter what preset I use. None of them compare to CPU placebo. The reason I bring this up is because AV1 absolutely must have hardware accelerated encoding to be usable. Is this simply Nvidia's implementation for x264 and x265 which are shit, or is all hardware encoding this poor?

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 No.940637

>>940336

Still not much support for hwenc on AMD + linux, is there?


 No.940667

>>940637

VAAPI can do hardware encoding and decoding through AMD GPUs. which means anything with VAAPI support has it.


 No.940669

>>940667

Anecdote: My Radeon 5670HD with the radeon KMS driver does tear-free decodes with mpv --vo=vaapi.


 No.940670

Is AV1 really an "open" standard if only Google and Twitch end up with a usable, proprietary encoder that they won't share?


 No.940672

>>940670

Reas the posts above you, retard.




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