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File: 8ffd0d92d89f0a2⋯.jpg (84.14 KB, 1200x709, 1200:709, DbfMP2CX0AAbg96.jpg)

 No.1025002[Reply]

What are /tech/'s favorite alternative FOSS mobile operating systems? I would also like to hear a debate on which is better out of the following:

ubntu touch eelo pure os firefox os sailfish os lineage os tizen postmarket os kde mobile

pic related

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 No.1032043

>>1028312

>ChromeOS

Google used portage to easily migrate code into both ARM/x86 devices so that's where the compatibility is. The problem is you won't have sim toolkit for that toy.


 No.1032085

>>1032040

>librem

>botnet


 No.1032343

>>1032040

Do you happen to be that obsessive reddit troll?

Anyway, what they are offering is far superior to competitors in their market. Its not perfect. Some of their marketing is exaggerated and preachy. It is still the best affordable and accessable option by a very large margin.

OpenBSD on EOMA68 isn't going to drag normalfags towards security, and unless you go full hermit and avoid most humans (good luck getting a job) then the insecurity or inprivacy of the people you interact with directly harms your own.


 No.1032466

>>1025002

Why was this thread autosaged?


 No.1033173

this whole issue does a pretty good job of demontrating the issue with free software. It just can't compete with proprietary corporate products.

Google can dump tons of money into developing hardware and software (android), since they know they can get money from OEMs and also sell user data to recoup the cost.

Purism or whatever can't do that, so they end up having to hike up the prices to cover their risk, which put their products out of the price range of most freetards. Best solution is to have some corporation sponsor development of a free operating system, kind of like how the linux kernel has paid devs contributing to it working for different companies.




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 No.1022976[Reply]

What will YOU do when the Chinese Social Score comes to your nation?

Don't think for one minute that it won't. Generation Z has been raised to rate everything, from the products they buy, to the sellers they buy from, the restaurants they visit, their teachers, and even the doctors they visit. They rate their uber driver and the uber driver rates them. You have a large generation very used to the concept of rating.

The social media phenomenon has inculcated a narcissistic driven behavioural reinforcement system, by which people are nudged into group pleasing actions in return for high scores. Whether the motivation is purely rooted in vanity, or for monetary award corresponding to subscriber counts, it becomes clear that people are intimately vested in a gamification existence.

This combination of ratings and points is the underbelly for a "Social Score" system that is actually being realized in China today. Fail a test, litter on the street, say something 'politically incorrect', or perhaps staying out too late would result in demerits. Naturally, governments will issue rewards to nudge people into 'correct' behaviour. Those with low scores will be restricted from many services ranging from communications to travel; perhaps dissidents won't even have any freedom of movement! I'm sure you can imagine how such a scheme could also be tied into Universal Income.

(((They))) have primed the younger generation to accept this system, and you're kidding yourself if you think it will be met with but a handful of resistors. The question is then, how do we prevent this dystopian nightmare from emerging before it is too late?

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 No.1031746

>>1031372

>Gothic

It sounds pretty cool, I think I'll give it a try.


 No.1031932

File: b78e5d41ac79bd4⋯.jpg (35.98 KB, 660x500, 33:25, _84518725_hi028048367.jpg)

>>1022976

Hey, China. You're doing it wrong.

https://www.metadatalibrary.org/


 No.1031933


 No.1031948

>litter on the street, say something 'politically incorrect', or perhaps staying out too late would result in demerits

I'm trying to understand how it took a fucking dystopia to prevent vermins from littering.


 No.1032083

>>1022976

As you said, we can't. We just have to brace for it and hope that with whatever that will happen after a widespread adoption of this social credit system that there's still a somewhat livable "free" world.




 No.1031726[Reply]

Why was terry being followed by the cia nigeers

?

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 No.1032008

>>1031849

>Schizoid, unpredictable, intelligent, anti-authoritarian. He had the perfect profile to be an Uncle Ted ripoff.

I wish he became Ted 2.0

any anons here like to become next Ted?


 No.1032022

This is 8chan. Have some fucking self respect and at least take the care to spell NIGGERS correctly.


 No.1032035

He was the unpredictable variable that has the power to turn the tables of their master plan. Terry is a true hero and the wheels had been set into motion, a pendulum swinging violently, the beginning of it all.


 No.1032133

We can neither confirm nor deny.


 No.1032251

terry is alive




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 No.1031409[Reply]

Comparison between Tor and i2p?

What are the differences between just booting up tor browser/entering the network and running i2p?

Are there any imageboards or any random interests websites on i2p or is it dead?

I boot up tor frequently to see how stuff is going and visit a few imageboards, been listening about i2p for a few years but never did any search.

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 No.1031600

i2p = java shit = shit

Tor = compiled into machine code. = good


 No.1031611

>>1031600

theres i2pd if you dont like java


 No.1031643

I2p has a booru with a surprising amount of content. It's not very practical given the size of the network. And it isn't organized well (can only enter 2 tags too).

There is a Chinese imageboard and many Russian imageboards. No english boards that I can think of.

The network is a lot slower than Tor, but it's very good for torrenting. If you're looking for something specific there probably won't be a torrent for it unless it's popular, but if there's still a lot of content. And joining the network always helps.

If you're just looking at text or small thumbnails it should be fast enough.


 No.1032009

>>1031643

Does i2p have good child pornography content? Tor network does (check it if you don't believe me)


 No.1032038

tor = anonymous access to clearnet with hidden sites as an afterthought

i2p = hidden sites(eepsites) with anonymous access to clearnet as an afterthought




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 No.1029942[Reply]

<1) Systemd is made by (((Redhat))) If alarm bells have not already gone off in your head by now you're a fucking retard

https://www.newsobserver.com/news/business/article213676919.html

<Red Hat has friends in the clouds. That could help it get a piece of a Pentagon contract.

<(((Red Hat leaders have been talking to defense officials about its JEDI cloud-services contract and think the company is "extremely well-positioned" to supply the project's back-end workings, Red Hat Chief Financial Office Eric Shander said in a recent interview.)))

<US federal government FBI, CIA and NSA already use RHEL aka Red Hat Enterprise Linux and are of course closely tied with Redhat.

https://www.redhat.com/en/technologies/industries/government

>Government and public sector

>Red Hat takes the best innovation from the open source community and stabilizes it for public sector missions. Our products are built to help you become more efficient, meet critical IT demands, and seamlessly complete accreditation and certification processes. (((Red Hat® solutions are used throughout the federal government and in all 50 states.)))

https://www.zdnet.com/article/linux-malware-leak-exposes-cias-outlawcountry-hacking-toolkit/

Systemd basically seems to be OutlawcountryV2, the paranoid alphabet kikes got what they wanted, they successfully destroyed 90% of all linux operating systems post systemd. Reminder that as long as your distro has systemd code made by literal redhat cianigger contract spooks you're just as well better off usiPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1031853

>>1029942

Sorry forgot to post link. Alternatives to systemd.

http://without-systemd.org/wiki/index.php/Alternatives_to_systemd


 No.1031863

>>1031832

>protest theater

lmao

>linux muh systemd features

>look at this simple init system used by FreeBSD

Pure brain damage.


 No.1031874

>>1031839

>claiming UEFI is botnet

Lul


 No.1031912

>>1031874

most implementations are proprietary and some of them can have network access too


 No.1032000

>>1031874

>involuntary online features forced in bios

<not a botnet

peabrain detected




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 No.1025269[Reply]

How come we never talk about live distros?

What are your lightweight go-to distros for system recovery/secure things?

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 No.1031419

>>1031389

just install normal debian if you want to use that shit


 No.1031789

File: c582d1719591237⋯.png (627.28 KB, 1013x753, 1013:753, programming socks.png)

>>1031304

I'm going to install Calculate in a VM and if the experience is good I might start shilling it to windowstards.

I won't install it myself because I already run gentoo.


 No.1031809

well thats fine...


 No.1031810

>>1031304

I don't get it


 No.1031946

>>1031789

Calculate linux appears to be the distro that comes the closest to "linux for retards" after *buntu. You can update from the GUI but you're going to install packages from the commandline. They taunt binary package distribution, but the official documentation tells you to install with emerge, and doesn't tell you how to install custom packages the binary way. The distro also tells you you can change your make.conf, but apparently it then expects you to switch to emerge or overwrite your optimized packages with their binary ones whenever you update.

If it's just gentoo with binary packages, then it's useless, and Void is a better binary distro.

It's made by russians, the english translation of the custom utilities they use in the distro is bad.

As for the tools themselves, I'll look into them some other day. But they have some cool ideas, I want to see if the distro actually achieves its goal of letting you have one admin computer that controls a bunch of other computers that on paper would be used by workers in a company, however I don't see any tools that allow you to manage multiple computers at once in such a way.




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 No.1031359[Reply]

I was just banned from Tilde.town for activity I performed outside of the server. I find this highly hilarious. I in no way violated their idiotic CoC(K) while inside the server. Rather, the admin took it upon himself to research me and discover that I post Pro-National Socialist things on GNU Social and elsewhere.

This is the new precident, it doesn't matter your behavior, it matters your beliefs and yourself whether or not you break your ToS.

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 No.1031619

>>1031544

Can't load the gnu social page but

>I post Pro-National Socialist things on GNU Social and elsewhere

>I don't see how that person can interpret my recent feed as bigoted.

do you really need me to spell it out anon?

>>1031548

thanks for the link, this site looks good


 No.1031631

And what, exactly, did you lose from this?


 No.1031735

>>1031367 I am a NatSoc with a popular gopherhole who is well know to the C.S community. I have often thought the same. A Publix network that shares my values would be great indeed. Break out your SBCs, boys.


 No.1031756

>expecting law following from jews

This is a power play, if there is a CoCk somewhere, that place is gone, you will be outed the second they find out youre a bad goy.


 No.1031876

>>1031359

Why not just host your website yourself with a spare computer on your own internet connection? Not be bound by anyone else's tos or cocs.




 No.1031388[Reply]

>Intel Pentium gold and silver with WiFi support directly in the CPU.

Why nobody is talking about this?

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 No.1031530

>>1031460

Thanks Glowfriend, I'll buy an Intel CPU with WiFi support directly on the CPU today! no room for crazy conspiracy theories in my house!


 No.1031531

File: 63bed7f42ab2ab8⋯.png (118.11 KB, 434x305, 434:305, BEATNIGGERS.png)


 No.1031765

>>1031492

In addition, many place antennas in the wrist strap, and most only support shorter range standards like BlueTooth or ZigBee.

>>1031530

Good decision! Make sure to install your own IME, just like on systems that had the exact same LAN access off-die:

https://github.com/corna/me_cleaner


 No.1031827

5G radios with an IPv6 stack are going to put in every chip soon anyway.


 No.1031829

>>1031827

Will the have vibrators so I can put them in dildos and track antifa?




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 No.1002673[Reply]

Gentle reminder to disable upnp and update your router firmware yesterday.

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 No.1027648

>>1027533

Get ready to be spectred if you do that


 No.1028527

>>1027630

Enjoy your PSP botnet.


 No.1031759

>>1002690

because you have no idea what's the difference between UPnP and NAT-PMP

>>1002703

just like him


 No.1031770

>>1002673

i dont have a router and i dont have upnp. it would not even be useful in this network setup


 No.1031771

i used upnp once to forward a port on a router that i didnt have the password to. its also much easier to do it that way than by clicking through some complex webui




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.1031749

bump


 No.1031750

>>1031749

but why?


 No.1031751

>>987548

This. Mostly useful shit inevitably boils down to CPython extensions or Cython (which is p. cool)

Notice the useful. And to pre-empt any GIL claim, that resolves locking issues and if you really need per core threads just use multithreading instead of threading lib (or gevent, asyncio, coroutines, tornado, etc)


 No.1031757

>>1031750

Because it was close to being bumped off.


 No.1031819

>>1031751

>language is good when it's not used




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 No.1027331[Reply]

Been using linux since hardy, used various forms of it from suse to arch for different applications but now thanks to pledge+chromium it has replaced arch on even my laptop and my private server has run it since I first heard of it. My question is has anyone tried it in a workstation setting?

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 No.1031457

>>1031403

Ah, i see now!. Security through lack of functionality.

take that jews!


 No.1031458

>>1027331

My attention span is too low for that.

If I had any purpose, reason, or a real way to benefit off of making my own Linux Desktop from scratch, I would be dedicated enough to do it.

But not here, not now, not like this...


 No.1031642

>>1027431

>libgen only has 1st ed

>so do the filesharing IRCs I frequent

Spoonfeed a download or I'll make sure something javascript becomes an industry standard.


 No.1031649

>>1031642

https://github.com/rangaeeeee/books-bsd

You can correct the bookmarks and metadata if you want


 No.1031736

>>1028408

UEFI is not a botnet, it is a specification. And it is much better than BIOS in every way.

>>1028987

>OpenBSD bugs

Ok, you found bugs in OpenBSD. But the design of OpenBSD assumes users running software with bugs.

The more important question is: can you actually exploit those bugs? The fact is that OpenBSD is the only operating system which by default shuts down the process or even the entire system if it finds a program misbehaving.




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 No.1028705[Reply]

Can we all agree that windows mobile was and still IS the most advanced mobile OS.

Instead of keeping with this bulldozer of an OS they decided to go after iPlebs and make "smart" phones for dumb people.

For those of you who never used one you are truly missing something.

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 No.1031441

HTML was pretty good. you could read and publish articles and shit. now i'm back to reading mostly at libraries


 No.1031582

>>1031332

I heard that older floppies were very reliable, but in the 90s the market was flooded with low-cost, low-quality disks.


 No.1031627

>>1031344

>>1031320

He's right that flashdrives are dirt fucking cheap right now. I do prefer how floppies were more conducive to 1 piece of media = 1 file. Kind of the difference between having individual file folders and just dumping all of your papers in one box. All your info is there in both cases, but sometimes it's nice to have it partitioned very clearly.


 No.1031689

>>1031582

Reminds me of what happened with magnetic tape audio recordings. The later ones were worse because the manufacturers found out how to run the tapes slower and slower to fit more audio onto the same space, but as a result the audio information per second was reduced.


 No.1031702

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 No.1030875[Reply]

What does /tech/ think about this? How does this impact the current 'filesystem war' of ZFSonLinux, Btrfs, and Stratis?

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 No.1031584

>>1031270

ZFS eats up RAM with deduplication enabled


 No.1031623

File: 197e8615bb304b6⋯.jpg (78.9 KB, 404x500, 101:125, ASRock QC5000ITX.jpg)

>>1031270

I personally don't go below 8gb, since that's what it is fully tested against, and I've seen rare reports of people having issues going below 4gb (though these issues due to their OS not playing nice and could likely be resolved with some tuning). It's nice to know that it can go that low though.

To reiterate for those that don't know, the only time zfs NEEDS ram is when using deduplication.

Don't fucking use deduplication

It's off by default for a reason and if you aren't running an enterprise system you don't need it and it will only waste your resources and causes problems. Otherwise when running ZFS normally, it'll just make use of free ram for caching, but it doesn't NEED that ram. You can reduce how much ram it tries to cache with some tuning variables.

Likewise (as others have said) SSD L2ARC caches do NOT do what people think they do and only benefit specific use cases.

Hopeful the idea it needs ECC is also already thoroughly debunked. ECC is nice, but not needed any more than any other filesystem.

The only thing that's expensive about ZFS is stupidity and hard disks. And as it's happens, here's some 10TB $170 easystores: https://slickdeals.net/f/12838102-my-best-buy-members-10tb-wd-easystore-external-usb-3-0-hard-drive-32gb-usb-flash-drive-170-free-shipping?src=frontpage

My first ZFS/samba NAS was literally pic related for $50 and a bunch of spare parts/thrift store junk. The most expensive parts were the disks and a decent PSU. Which reminds me, you can cheap out on a lot, but don't cheap out on the PSU.

t. paranoid datahoarder with 24TB NAS + backups.


 No.1031633

ZFS > XFS > ext4 > ReiserFS >= Reiser4 > btrfs > JFS > UFS


 No.1031687

>>1031623

>Hopeful the idea it needs ECC is also already thoroughly debunked. ECC is nice, but not needed any more than any other filesystem

t. garage tech enthusiast


 No.1031688

>>1031633

I don't see any FAT32 in there.




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 No.1031563[Reply]

>hurr I won't use discord

>it botnet

>discordcrypt exists

What now?

https://github.com/leogx9r/DiscordCrypt

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 No.1031677

>>1031620

Yeah dude, I don't think I want to open an account with a company like that. I will stick to using IRC and mumble for my comms servers.


 No.1031691

>>1031620

>https://cancel.fm/ripcord/

If it's not free software then no need to touch it.


 No.1031693

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 No.1031729

>>1031693

>no v3 hidden service

>no monero for transactions

shiggy diggy


 No.1032131

faggot frog poster




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 No.1031455[Reply]

When will Cniles admit their language is shit?

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 No.1031612

>>1031484

Think of how many transistors are wasted to make the circuitry have an imperative interface over what is actually happening at a low level.

>>1031555

<moving the goalposts


 No.1031617

>>1031602

Eat shit, homossad.


 No.1031714

>>1031555

>can't compile itself on x86 without running out of registers

x86 is deprecated. Also the x86 of LLVM is buggy.

>all or nothing approach to safety throws security out the window the minute you need something slightly less safe

C/C++ is unsafe by default and can't be made safe.

>worse compile times than C++

wrong

>awful syntax

This is an opinion, not an argument.

>awful community

agreed

>Pozilla

agreed


 No.1031850

>>1031714

>x86 is depreciated

There's a lot of legacy hardware, embedded hardware, and old ThinkPads floating around. Throwing them all out because some Rustnigger insists they're "depreciated" is retarded.

>C/C++ is unsafe by default and can't be made safe.

There are other system programming languages than C and C++, retard. Ada can handle the shit you need unsafe blocks for in Rust without sacrificing all safety features.


 No.1031964

>>1031850

>Throwing them all out because some Rustnigger insists they're "depreciated" is retarded.

That's not what I'm saying though. Learn to read, cnile.

If you want support for your deprecated shit do a cross compile. It's that easy. Only OpenBSD niggers are so retarded an unironically support x86.

https://lkml.org/lkml/2018/12/10/1151

>Ada

Stop shilling your dead meme language. Rust may be a meme but at least it's alive.




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