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File: 6d99b820613cd5d⋯.jpg (119.08 KB, 1366x768, 683:384, DS8UiW1V4AEb00B.jpg:large.jpg)

 No.849573[Reply]

Return of the Oryx Edition!

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 No.865917

>>865689

There would be no restrictive licenses but plenty of proprietary software. Proprietary software still exists without intellectually property laws. Free software cannot exist without intellectual property laws.


 No.865918

>>865913

What's your opinion on Mypaint vs Krita?


 No.865936

File: a4ef43bd7ea948e⋯.png (52.54 KB, 615x347, 615:347, oryx.png)

Oryx???


 No.868288

>>865918

From my own perspective, I feel Mypaint is better but only because I prefer minimalism. When it comes to drawing/painting I really don't use 98% of what Krita has to offer and I barely even use some of the feature Mypaint has either. I rarely even use the undo button unless I make a major mistake. If it feels light, it's light and that's what Mypaint feels too me. Krita to me feels cumbersome (perhaps it's my PC) and working in fullscreen still feels dragging.

I'm sure Krita is better for others, but for me, there's too much in it I personally don't need.


 No.869847

>Thread has been here for a month

>No many new posts

>Not much new content

Is this the end, boys? I hope the Krita release thread at least makes things a bit more lively again.




File: b384b9cbddbb466⋯.png (30.41 KB, 512x512, 1:1, 9CC0DA7B-D7D8-4BCF-AEAE-D6….png)

 No.864935[Reply]

What's your thoughts on Solus?

Been using with i3 for about 2 months now and loving it. Grab an iso if you haven't already, I highly recommend it

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 No.869725

File: bd9b6f44f080491⋯.png (15.22 KB, 174x319, 6:11, Screeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee….png)

>>864935

oh sorry OP i didnt answer your question, i dont care for it much


 No.869733

File: d89f778d8f1524e⋯.webm (870.9 KB, 720x400, 9:5, raughs for real.webm)

>>869724

>Microsoft Office Online


 No.869739

>>869733

your point?

<its like shitting in microsofts face


 No.869780

>>869725

i think its funny how manjaro blew past deb like they are nothing, they will have a hard time passing mint tho, far too many normies hugging mints nutts

FYI- manjaro has an option for free or non-free install right befor you choose your liveboot or install option


 No.869801

>>869713

Budgie is pretty okay, and I imagine it will be decent once 11 is released. The only issues I've had with Solus so far is the obnoxious lack of support. I'm willing to say that isn't Solus's fault though so much as retarded niggers packaging in .deb and .rpm, and either not providing the source or requiring fifteen different dependencies only available to debian, fedora, and sometimes arch based distros.




File: 3a9bd05da96caf9⋯.png (209.12 KB, 700x1000, 7:10, miniiii.png)

 No.834803[Reply]

For suggestions on programs that aren't bloat refer to https://suckless.org/rocks

Acceptable GNU/Linux distributions that aren't bloat

>Gentoo

https://www.gentoo.org/downloads/

>Debian(NET ISO)

https://www.debian.org/CD/netinst/

>Void(Hipster but werks)

https://repo.voidlinux.eu/live/current/

>Alpine(Pretty damn minimal)

https://alpinelinux.org/downloads/

Another protip to keep your system minimal is to keep your package count lower than 999.

Get recommendations to see if your system is bloat or not

>OS

>DE/WM

>Video/Music player

>Image viewer

>File Manager

>Text Editor

>Shell

>Web Browser

>Terminal

Protip: If you aren't comfortable with the terminal or aren't proficient with GNU/Linux this thread isn't for you.

A nice quote

"Minimalism = A very good thing"

Too much of something is never good."

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 No.869500

>>869498

Don't be a gplcuck.


 No.869522

File: dc9cfc0b6519479⋯.png (5.62 KB, 451x169, 451:169, xtem_shells.png)

>>869498

I don't really have one. Just colors in .Xresources. Usually it's the shell that makes things look/be useful. Pic related is fish, dash and bash in xterm.


 No.869559

>>869522

>using fixed while enabling bold fonts


 No.869613

File: 0d58a8ae2646ce8⋯.png (8.88 KB, 431x92, 431:92, linux.png)

>>859121

a properly built kernel would never be that big


 No.869630

>>869559

congrats on having eyes.




File: 2c6462f01fd20eb⋯.jpg (18.14 KB, 480x360, 4:3, wget.jpg)

 No.832977[Reply]

The difference is not small, either. It is like 10 times faster. I don't even bother using browsers to download files anymore. But I'd like to hear the explanation.

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 No.857967

>>857933

so i found a better site but i get an error with wget and gwget. how do i make it work? $ wget http://www.doperoms.com/files/roms/sega_dreamcast/GETFILE_Shenmue%20v1.001%20(2000)(Sega)(PAL)(M4)(Disc%201%20of%204)[!].zip

bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('


 No.857977

wget is good

>GNO


 No.857987

MTU


 No.858054

>>857967

put quotes around the url


 No.869382

>>858054

that did fix it but wget&gwget are now for the past couple weeks have given an error. i posted in the question post cause i actually did see this thread was still here...

like my balls im not flooding faggot im simply expanding my question so its more easy to answer




File: e72c9773ba7d46b⋯.jpg (210.06 KB, 616x446, 308:223, sds.jpg)

 No.834966[Reply]

Redpill me on these, are 128GB+ cards worth buying?

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 No.859960

>>859828

There's this problem apparently (which you may or may not have heard of): https://forum.acronis.com/forum/acronis-true-image-2016-forum/customer-advice-using-usb-sticks-more-32gb-will-not-be-bootable

>Be cautious to use any sticks larger than 32 GB capacity when you want to make sure that you can use them as a boot device, or to be recognized in your BIOS / UEFI firmware.

>Regularly I am unable to boot from a 64GB sized stick or being able to use it to flash a BIOS / UEFI Firmware on the mainboard because they cannot handle it correctly.

>This is especially the case when you are using such a large stick in UEFI mode, which needs to be formatted with FAT32.

>I have tried this on several computers of several age and all of them were not able to boot from this stick, nor being recognized correctly for flashing with BIOS / UEFI internal tools like Asus EZ Flash etc.

>I have contacted Asus and they confirmed that even the lastest UEFI firmware they have, do not support 64GB or larger sticks yet.

>So just in case you like to buy an USB stick, make sure that you consider the limitations.

Hence my question whether this is known to apply to SC cards as well or not.


 No.864250

for dumb storage, maybe

for security, don't even bother. Every card has programmable DRM, most times never documented; just like USB. The last good portable SSD were TF cards, since you had to program the bus instead to be able to read raw storage


 No.869255

>>834971

You can’t crush them irrecoverably. Maybe flush them though.


 No.869260

>>834971

>>869255

You can swallow them and hope they don't cut your esophagus. Is stomach acid strong enough to dissolve them?


 No.869332

>>859960

>post made in 2016

It's probably been fixed by now




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 No.865205[Reply]

Geeky, Beautiful, and Nerdy

Name a better role model for girls in tech then Karlie Kloss

You can't.

https://hooktube.com/watch?v=X7nJDeiS3tU

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 No.867521

>>867517

I like how it lapses into Arabic at the end


 No.867563

>>867510

Decent points except his inane hate for lolis.


 No.867644

>>867519

>letting corporations make hundreds of billions off of GPL software while you beg for money


 No.868140

>>867517

so? that's what I said


 No.869331

>>865205

isnt that the chick that cant code

Kode with Kloss or whatever the fuck?

I'm not opening hooktube links its just youtube embeds, gibe me a webm or something




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 No.868338[Reply]

I heard python is a good language for beginners. What are some tutorials or projects that are helpful for learning python?

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 No.868580

>>868532

>I also bet you're the same idiot that keeps posting quotes from The Unix Haters Handbook with Usenet comments from the 80's and 90's of software that either got fixed or nobody uses anymore.

nope

>>868527

the abundance of movie fragments stored as shitty .gif files is the problem.

and from the fact that there are no legitimate use cases for .gif it follows that the move to simply block them all is the most sensible to save one's Internet traffic, resources, etc.


 No.868581

>>868580

oh shit, forgot my sage


 No.868648

>>868338

off-topic but can we take a second and appreciate how crisp OP's pic is


 No.869247

Get a textbook you dumb fag


 No.869286

Get an ebook, you smart heterosexual.




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 No.865866[Reply]

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 No.865979

File: 554f17e01626975⋯.jpg (127.5 KB, 1079x1399, 1079:1399, 554f17e0162697564bb0b4ca66….jpg)

I bet dolan glaurmpf and putin are behind this


 No.865980

How much did they get?


 No.865981

>>865891

change --> coins

minting --> making coins


 No.866010

>>865981

I get what it means, I've just never heard that phrase used before. I suspected at first that it was some new coin entirely. An odd choice for a headline but that's Arse Technica for you.


 No.869277

Iirc they were just technicians at a nuclear facility probably not even related to nukes




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 No.865853[Reply]

Are ultrawides a meme or are they useful? I mainly program and often check sidebyside comparisons so an ultrawide seems right up my alley. Anyone have one? Are they worth it?

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 No.868647

Mah cousing Jimbob got some of them new-fangled doublewide screens. He paid to get 'em jacked-up too.


 No.869181

>>865853

>are they useful?

Yes they are. For people with slanted eyes (gooks).


 No.869196

>>865900

I've never seen this study you're claiming to have access to, but personal experiences and knowing a lot of other people who have multiple monitors tells me otherwise.


 No.869220

File: f6fe6b93a316776⋯.jpg (57.1 KB, 850x400, 17:8, e032e3524251bcc450ff0675ba….jpg)

>>868479

This is true

>>868480

He didn't mention micropenis, and he isn't wrong. Most normies will eat it up later this year or next when apple makes ios apps run on mac just like google made android apps run on chrome

>>868597

see >>868633

>>869196

The gist is that more screen space is better, so of course your experience says so. I'd bet that those people using a single monitor didn't have a very big one

>>869181

hah...

>>865900

See pic related. The more people angry at you the more I know you're right. People (especially boomers) are resistant to change, even more so when it affects what they do everyday (shitposting)


 No.869243

>>865900

>TVs and monitors are merging too

What the fuck do you mean? They're already the same thing, how in hell can they 'merge'?

>cinema standard is ultrawide

Then why the fuck are almost all TVs still 16:9?

>>865932

>admit that 2:1 is superior for monitors in every way

No, 16:9 is the highest I'll go, 4:3 is too fucking small. 3:2 seems like the goldilocks zone for me.




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File: 9f52f973ee2a664⋯.jpeg (7.05 KB, 272x185, 272:185, images (1).jpeg)

 No.850315[Reply]

What would computing look like if we redesigned everything from the hardware up? with no attempt at backwards compatibility? Reinvent computing in 2018

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 No.864936

>>864896

Outwards from the original point it expanded from.


 No.865594

>>864936

>Outwards

Please point me to that specific direction.

>from the original point it expanded from

How would you define the location of such a point?


 No.867502

>>854452

Quality post anon.


 No.869189

File: 50c4d698d892ad9⋯.jpg (796.33 KB, 1000x667, 1000:667, K'NEX Computer Front Close….jpg)


 No.869199

>>864936

>>865594

There doesn't have to be a single point. In fact, we don't know if there's such a point or if the universe is infinite in all directions. You can imagine the expansion of space as tiny bits of new space constantly being created between all the other bits of space. Thus the distance is being increased between everything (and at an accelerating rate, because the more space is between something the more space gets created there!), although nothing has to move. This appears like a force drawing everything apart. On the other hand, electromagnetism and even gravitation are much stronger than this pseudo force, so you and everything around you isn't torn apart in a slow explosion. They keep everything together. Only on a much, much larger scale (think galaxy clusters), expansion of space becomes stronger than natural forces.

Another (probably inaccurate) way to imagine expansion of space is slowing down of the speed of light. Nothing moves and yet stuff appears more and more distant from another because force, including light, takes longer to travel the same distance.




File: 6236293d12e532f⋯.jpg (79.45 KB, 918x574, 459:287, gnu Ring.jpg)

 No.863876[Reply]

Now that TOX development is basically dead, can we talk about other secure and Libre Voice+Video programs.

The front-runner appears to be GNU Ring, it's a very professional program that was adopted as an official part of GNU.

It has features like group voice (and video) chat and not to mention voice and video on mobile clients; both things that Tox lacks. It can also do full-blown VOIP+SIP, but that's optional.

What has your experience with it been?

GNU Ring: https://ring.cx/

Other Viable Messaging Clients: https://prism-break.org/en/all/#video-voice

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 No.868865

>>868752

>onion servers

I have taken the bait. Fuck my jimmies.


 No.868870

>>868666

>Onion servers are not servers

hahahahaha


 No.868888

>>868758

You could use speach to text to speach.


 No.868896

>>868776

So a single guy/organisation could just run most of the servers and if you'll use your own server there will be almost no users on it and it will be very easy to find out thats you.


 No.869188

>>868776

Every federated system I know ties your identity to the server. The server own has full control over your communicates (obviously they cant read them or forge them). You cannot migrate between servers and are trapped with the host you picked initially. If you could migrate between federated servers it might be better. But as long as I have to depend on some asshole keeping their server up forever I wont trust it.




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 No.866887[Reply]

Are you a NEET?

Ever wonder what the life of a successful software engineer looks like?

Wonder no more?

https://hooktube.com/watch?v=rqX8PFcOpxA

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 No.868815

>>867279

>what the fuck is youtube?

I wish this question was legitimate. It would have given me some hope.


 No.868859

>>866887

>>866887

>successful software engineer

post unsuccessful now


 No.869061

>>868772

Everything. Keyboards were made the way they were for decades with ergonomy in mind, and were optimized for touch typists while normie plebs had to adapt. Chiclet nonsense turned this upside down and is designed so that it appeals to normie plebs hunting and pecking with their sausage fingers (hence big flat keys without curvature and without tactile feedback), and the touch typists were forced to adapt to this bullshit "lowest common denominator".


 No.869088

File: 5e238fc7f420df6⋯.jpg (446.31 KB, 2000x2000, 1:1, mirror.jpg)


 No.869162

>>866887

>ergonomic keyboard

>chiclet

YOU CAN'T PICK ONE YOU IGNORANT SOW




File: 6519480fe16dc27⋯.jpeg (109.75 KB, 799x561, 47:33, lkml-down.jpeg)

 No.856756[Reply]

home server general - /hsg/

experimentally moved here because 4chan is fucked edition.

Are you interested in learning Linux or BSD administration and configuration better. Becoming a systemd expert? Or maybe you hate that shit and want a cozy little BSD machine to run services on and interact with. Or practice more advanced and complicated networking setups.

>news:

> EVERYTHING IS ON FIRE AAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!! (except raspberry pis, which are safe)

> LKML is hosted on somebodys homeserver!

> BSD is pretty secure https://media.ccc.de/v/34c3-8968-are_all_bsds_created_equally#t=3538

> 4chan DDOSd

>chat

> https://discord.gg/9vZzCYz

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 No.860883

>>857708

>fantastic tool because it keeps retards out

>gets mad that his normie friends would rather use "just werks" software

This is why IRC will forever remain a secret club for the "cool" kids, while discord ravages internet privacy ever more.


 No.868694

Bump


 No.868904

>>860401

Holy shit.

And I thought a TB drive on an 8 GB RAM laptop running FreeBSD was good.


 No.868906

>>856756

>https://media.ccc.de/v/34c3-8968-are_all_bsds_created_equally#t=3538

If you watched that talk and came away thinking

>BSD is pretty secure

you need to watch it again. And pay attention this time.


 No.868936

>All the people in this thread that don't know how a web server works

>they still use apache

>they think directory listings are an ftp fallback

>they think that directory listings are a security issue

>they do it for free




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 No.867576[Reply]

How difficult would it be?

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 No.868806

>>867576

1.) Get an FPGA

2.) Design a prototype in a hardware design language

3.) publish the spec based on the prototype

4.) Contact a semiconductor fab and have them print a chip based on the spec

It will run you several thousand bucks or more but there's no reason you can't really


 No.868826

Is there any efficiant way to etch silicon in your garage? How did Commadore and Atari do it?


 No.868828

>>868826

Didn't Commodore use Motorola chips?


 No.868829

>>868828

They fabricated their own chips, but used existing MOS designs.


 No.868837

>>867702

>with appropriate levels of autism

This is the end boss of autism.




File: 13ef71d1e019868⋯.jpg (12.96 KB, 300x314, 150:157, unix-logo1.jpg)

 No.864456[Reply]

# adduser

# useradd

# user add

>Do one thing and do it redundantly

>THE UNIX WAY™

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 No.868114

>>867984

>Accuses me of calling you autistic because I disagree with you.

I called you autistic because you accuse people of doing what you're doing.


 No.868350

You forgot:

# pw user add


 No.868393

>>867984

>"hipsterism as if past systems were anything but pure garbage compared to what we have now."

>computers were pure garbage except for the past few years

Hmmmmm


 No.868611

>>868114

>I called you autistic because you accuse people of doing what you're doing.

That's not what autism is. It's the exact opposite. That's practically normalfaggotry.

I'm out. Have no idea what you're discussing.


 No.868811

>>864535

GNU's Not UNIX




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