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File: 9bafd0b798f6fe7⋯.jpg (84.17 KB, 800x533, 800:533, Evil-Computer.jpg)

 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.




File: 31c3bad1e507477⋯.jpg (115.88 KB, 333x500, 333:500, 2341187962_633286793c1.jpg)

 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.


 No.870640




File: 38c08733444d867⋯.png (83.84 KB, 512x512, 1:1, rust-logo-512x512.png)

File: c76db1c59ab13eb⋯.jpg (384.3 KB, 1400x933, 1400:933, steve klabnik a.jpg)

 No.869589[Reply]

The Rust team is happy to announce a new version of Rust, 1.24.0. Rust is a systems programming language focused on safety, speed, and concurrency.

This release contains two very exciting new features: rustfmt and incremental compilation!

For years now, we’ve wanted a tool that automatically can reformat your Rust code to some sort of “standard style.” With this release, we’re happy to announce that a preview of rustfmt can be used with 1.24 stable.

Back in September of 2016 (!!!), we blogged about Incremental Compilation. While that post goes into the details, the idea is basically this: when you’re working on a project, you often compile it, then change something small, then compile again. Historically, the compiler has compiled your entire project, no matter how little you’ve changed the code. The idea with incremental compilation is that you only need to compile the code you’ve actually changed, which means that that second build is faster.

As of Rust 1.24, this is now turned on by default. This means that your builds should get faster! Don’t forget about cargo check when trying to get the lowest possible build times.

This is still not the end story for compiler performance generally, nor incremental compilation specifically. We have a lot more work planned in the future. For example, another change related to performance hit stable this release: codegen-units is now set to 16 by default. One small note about this change: it makes builds faster, but makes the final binary a bit slower. For maximum speed, setting codegen-units to 1 in your Cargo.toml is needed to eke out every last drop of performance.

https://blog.rust-lang.org/2018/02/15/Rust-1.24.html

https://github.com/rust-lang/rust/blob/master/RELEASES.md#version-1240-2018-02-15

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 No.870220

>>870207

If you've been here for more than a week, you know that that we're inundated with pointless Rust threads to an extent where there isn't much to say anymore. It's partly their own fault, for allowing the technicals of their language to be lost amidst the worthless SJW talking points espoused by a vocal section of their community.


 No.870239

>>870220

>worthless SJW talking points espoused by a vocal section of their community

thats just about every community in the normie world tho, i mean my opinion of it is meh, but it would be nice to see that shit ignored and have some decent tech talk on this tech board...


 No.870264

>>870239

That would be the dream. Politics is not technology.


 No.870580

>>870239

There was never decent tech talk on /tech/.


 No.870635

>>870176

https://www.facebook.com/careers/jobs/a0I1H00000LCTYYUA5/

>Software Engineer, Source Control

>Facebook's mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. Through our family of apps and services, we're building a different kind of company that connects billions of people around the world, gives them ways to share what matters most to them, and helps bring people closer together. Whether we're creating new products or helping a small business expand its reach, people at Facebook are builders at heart. Our global teams are constantly iterating, solving problems, and working together to empower people around the world to build community and connect in meaningful ways. Together, we can help people build stronger communities — we're just getting started.

>Facebook’s Source Control team is seeking an experienced software engineer with expertise in Rust or a similar systems programming language, to build and improve our next generation source control server. You will help design and extend Mononoke, our highly scalable source control server, optimised for serving massive monolithic repositories. Your work will be a critical part of the daily workflow of thousands of Facebook employees.

As a successful candidate, you will lead a team of engineers working on Mononoke, identify new use cases that Mononoke unlocks, and be instrumental in open-sourcing Mononoke and helping others across the industry to adopt it. Mononoke is written in Rust, so experience in Rust is desirable. A love of data structures and algorithms is a must. We are looking for someone who loves solving hard problems at scale.

>Responsibilities

>Proactively develop server-side source control software in Rust

>Lead improvements to underlying Rust code base

>Work with other teams at Facebook to realise the full potential of a highly scalable source control servPost too long. Click here to view the full text.




File: 93bafe86054fcc5⋯.png (2.34 MB, 3840x2160, 16:9, Smug AI-Chan.png)

 No.867734[Reply]

What company makes the best HDDs and why is it Seagate?

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 No.870288

>>868453

I secretly hope for exactly that


 No.870290

>>870288

I do, too--except not so secretly.


 No.870320

>>868522

>not even a handful posts that are worth reading in the thread

What the fuck did you expect to happen after such a cum-bukkake'd OP?


 No.870630

All the Seagate disks I've owned always ran significantly hotter that WDs/Samsungs/HGSTs (even when idle) and were always developing some kind of additional problem after some time. It seems to me that the quality of the magnetic medium on the platters used by Seagate is comparatively low and the ECC system must work hard all the time to try and maintain data integrity, which results in both higher operating temperatures as well as reduced long-time reliability. But maybe someone else know more about this and can explain it better.


 No.870631

>>870288

>>870290

You really people would actually neck themselves over something that was said about computers on an imageboard?




File: 47a0739e260a488⋯.jpg (69.87 KB, 422x750, 211:375, mac.jpg)

 No.870608[Reply]

We need to talk about Reality os.



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 No.862582[Reply]

Anyone else got/getting one?

Pics related.

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 No.869202

>>867746

Why would you pay $2000 on an IBM and put it in a cheap expensive chink case that looks like trash?


 No.869236

>>869202

The looks is irrelevant to the important character which is its function.


 No.869278

File: d4727abea453b61⋯.jpg (165.4 KB, 1000x600, 5:3, 760T-09b.jpg)

>>869201

Personally I'm going for one of these, it's the closest thing I've found to "tasteful rice" without looking like /g/-tier gaymer shit.


 No.869376

>>867128

can you prove it?


 No.870450

>>869202

for the lulz




File: c9eb6db57ef96b0⋯.png (876.43 KB, 1005x485, 201:97, jewgle.png)

 No.777548[Reply]

HIT GOOGLE WHERE IT HURTS

So you want to kill google? And not just kill it, fucking demolish it? Three things need to happen. All of Google's money comes from advertising, analytics, and hosting. To kill google we need to drive up their operational costs while lowering their profits.

Fuck with their advertisements

If you have ever worked with adsense before you will know that the one thing they absolutely despise is telling people to click ads. They want people who are actually interested in products to click advertisements, because only they will be persuaded to purchase products. On top of that, companies pay google per click. If they are paying a ton of money and few people are buying their products, they will pull out.

STEP 1: Go on to youtube, google shopping, or anyplace else with adsense ads in private browsing mode on a vpn or proxy.

STEP 2: Click all the ads you possibly can

STEP 3: Hop on a new proxy/vpn/tor circuit, and clear out the browser

STEP 4: Repeat

???????

LOSS OF PROFIT

Fuck with their file storage

Google stores everything you upload, and keeps it there even if it gets "deleted." Storing stuff costs lots of money, and high speed ssd drives to keep it all on aren't cheap. The more you upload, the more they pay.

STEP 1: Choose a platform that allows you to upload files(eg: youtube, drive, gsites, ect)

STEP 2: Get a file that is at or over the maximum file limit

STEP 3: Upload it again, and again, and again, and again

EXTRA STEP: If you are doing youtube make a huge file with a ton of random music, text on the screen, and game footage. Their matching algorithm will have to go through your whole 1hr + video and match everything there for monitization.

??????

LOSS OF PROFIT

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 No.870378

>>870363

Now YaCy is using 3,6 GiB RAM out of 8, but I set it to do so, and I'm crawling english wikipedia. Network 160 KiB/s - 600 KiB/s. Processor - 20%. Hard drive - 89 GB (1 bilion indexes)


 No.870388

>>870378

I meant milion indexes


 No.870401

>>870378

>3,6 GiB RAM out of 8

wew, that's pretty bad. should i still let my 32 bit server run it?


 No.870414

>>870378

To be clear, YaCy typically supplements your index with other people's indexes to let you search the web, so you're scraping Wikipedia so that you can have quicker access to those results, right?


 No.870447

>>870401

I let YaCy use 4 GB of RAM it's my choice.

Here you have system requirements

http://www.yacy-websearch.net/wiki/index.php/En:Requirements

>>870414

It is faster, but searching indexes of other peers is fast too. Wikipedia isn't all crawled by YaCy network yet, so I thought I can do this (After crawling indexes are shared among peers).




File: f465681fe19830e⋯.jpg (18.66 KB, 502x346, 251:173, FB_IMG_1497261681507.jpg)

 No.863470[Reply]

Why aren't people using Bedrock linux? Aside from the slow development rate, why shouldn't I use it? It allows you to use packages from any distro without VM or sandbox.

https://www.bedrocklinux.org/index.html

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 No.865138

>>865099

yeah dont use devuan, hes a SJW


 No.865151

>>863701

Did you even click on the link faggot?


 No.865172

File: d41898c6875ed2b⋯.jpg (18.42 KB, 200x200, 1:1, 040907caa540439ef34d8236fa….jpg)

>>865099

> Well known artist, theorist and hacker.


 No.865182

>>865099

He looks like he's trapped in that bad spot where he has used just enough drugs to develop stupid opinions, but not enough to not care and just drop out of this world and walk around high as a kite. Which is a shame.


 No.870436

thanks, i installed cloveros because of this thread




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 No.857004[Reply]

I have a domain name and want to set up email on it. I know fastmail gets decent reviews but I was wondering what other options there are out there. Jewels search just gives me the usual pajeet-tier blogs recommending gmail or office 365 or some gay service with “collaboration” garbage.

No serious requirements other than custom domain support and some form of reliability/security. Multiple included mailboxes would be a plus.

Inb4 roll your own, i would but I don’t trust my technical abilities enough to not get hacked or somehow fuck it up.

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 No.859110

>>858509

i setup email on some server at work and got it to pass on big services pretty fast by setting up bullshit like SPF and DKIM and other "best practices". maybe it's harder if you have a non-business IP address, is the industry really that retarded though?

>>859105

this isn't even remotely surprising. protonmeme was obvious webscale trash from inception. it's only popular because it's hyped on techcrunch and shit. one of their selling points was "located in underground bunker", which provides nothing of use to the customer, but souds cool and appeals to polniggers. webscale trash is all SJW and employs meme methodology such as requiring phone to sign up, and IP blacklisting


 No.859259

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 No.859307

>>857991

I wouldn't have called you out if you recommended literally any other host other than Azure, AWS or Google Cloud.

You're the new type of faggot that freedom respecting people fought against for decades, "windows is gud enough guyz! Linux still runs on closed source motherboards anyway!"

The push for the ideal creates better market forces for that ideal.

I already gave "one", which was integricloud, you can use flokiNET, endorsed by vc.


 No.870359

>>857021

>>>857004 (OP)

>I use protonmail and it'd fit your requirements.

>Servers in switzerland, mails are stored encrypted and between protonmail addresses sent encrypted (plus encryption support for other addresses)

Go visit /qresearch/ some time if you think "Switzerland" means "safe".




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 No.869731[Reply]

Have you played with any of those? I don't see a reason to use them (aside from ZFS), but I'm bored and I want to try something novel. Tell me your experiences.

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 No.870048

File: 10ee0cdeef30e90⋯.png (602.79 KB, 591x565, 591:565, 1480776858718.png)

>>869954

>9front is more functional

Well, a butter knife can be a better weapon than a spoon, so it's legit.


 No.870076

>>869954

but muh based bolshevik licesese hurrrrr cuckcuckcuck

t. gplfags


 No.870098

>>870076

we already have three threads infected with license bait, fuck outta here


 No.870100

>>869954

BSD is like going to Russia and the only difference is they say brat instead of bro.

Switching distros is like moving house because you want a different color room.

I thought 9front would be interesting but a few minutes in and I'm typing cd, ls into the terminal. The world of OSes is tiny.


 No.870186

>>870100

have you tried running a mailserver or chatroom from DOS then?




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 No.867978[Reply]

Tabs or spaces?

Perfect indent size?

vim or emacs?

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 No.869643

>>868972

Quite right.


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 No.869952

File: d91e229123fcf50⋯.jpg (98.85 KB, 480x533, 480:533, evangelion rei asuka misat….jpg)

>>869315

You are mostly right, but a different types of beta males look at a clearly volatile female like asuka and make excuses, because they see her instability as a way to make up for their own lack of personality and assertiveness. They are subs, basically. Anno included.

A future with Asuka consists only of screaming, punching holes in the walls, beating the shit out of each other, destroying furniture, and having the cops called every other night while the kids cry themselves to sleep listening to it.


 No.869953

>>868628

Thanks, I'm looking at them now.

>>868785

They could have added some sick features with that money. Made it really really good out of the box. Now it's a blackhole, blacking everything it gets its license around. The longer you support it, and not alternatives, the more it destroys all nice things we could have.


 No.870184

>>868698

It affects the execution of developers.




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 No.868816[Reply]

let's have a sexy/satisfying tech thread

 No.868824

<tripcode


 No.868853

Now divide by zero


 No.869629

File: 141e144f843f61b⋯.webm (2.93 MB, 480x270, 16:9, hole code printer.webm)

>>868816

That is really impressive. Whats with the tripcode you fag?


 No.870083




File: eb4411b6eb0c756⋯.jpg (192.56 KB, 1500x1125, 4:3, 81gmAmgd2cL._SL1500_.jpg)

 No.866095[Reply]

Is it a good idea to use these as login password?

How is it compare to using pendrive keyfiles?

Just ordered these and a reader since they are so cheap, what cool things can I do with them?

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 No.866554

No, it communicates in plain text and can bee spooped.

Use smart cards or flash drives.


 No.866660

>>866098

>User: anon

>Awaiting Password Input:

>bodypillow pocket knife fleshlight handheld radio beltbuckle

>Verification successful, welcome back anon


 No.866661

>>866554

Yeah, I wouldn't want any of my authentication devices getting spooped either


 No.868577

>>866095

no, you should use a fingerprint reader instead or Windows 10 with online cloud authentication


 No.870062

>>866097

retard




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 No.869025[Reply]

4 main reasons why it's the best distro

+(like arch) most (stable) up to date packages of any distro

+systemd-free, comes openrc as init

+gtkcucks BTFO, able to choose between i3/lxqt

+nice and simple gui installer

--------------------------------------------------------

why not void or gentoo?

void- stupid as fuck package manager. bloated as fuck hybrid package management. also buggy as fuck. stay clear

gentoo- not a good desktop os. compiling is something of the past and is overall just a clusterfuck to use (coming from a gentoo user for 3 years)

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 No.869744

>>869037

Honestly, this makes me feel better about void. I think ponyfags are gay as hell, but the fact that they don't shun and turn away degenerates is a good sign imho. Normie repellent as far as I am concerned.


 No.869770

Its an ok distro, any problem it has can be resolved by cross referencing it with Arch and the installer is pretty nice.

Problems

>Where the fuck is the iso

Digging around for an iso and getting one that shouts out archbang or artix(same fucking thing) is annoying as hell. This was 5 months ago so things might have changed but holy shit make up your minds

>32 Bit doesn't work

This is true across everything for Arch based and it has to do with the pgp keys. For which there is no genuine solution but hope they fix it in the year or pick a machine with a different architecture to use a different version.

>Wine

Wine uses 32 bit libs and other things from the repo. Its not a matter of Wine can't get the libs its that the repo for Wine is broken as shit.

>Why not Just Use Parabola?

Seriously its RMS approved you fucking faggots. Isn't this the distro where one of the devs is some greek fucking anarchist? Its either this one or salix, anyways far too many fucking faggots involved and they won't put in the effort to pull off the FSF standards.

Good things

>Its Arch without Systemd

Arch is piss easy to install if you're too dumb to configure the package manager for Gentoo or just want binary's for everything instead of an emerge. You don't have systemd and you get Pacman which is a pretty good Package Manager.


 No.869887

>>869743

issue solved, inxi not important cause i dont need xrandr


 No.869991

>>869742

>there are no jokes on the Internet


 No.870057

>>869379

>startup meme

is this the only benefit of using systemd?




File: 976e58cf57dc9de⋯.png (580.18 KB, 1000x800, 5:4, WaylandCute.png)

 No.862976[Reply]

Wayland hype thread!

KDE! ^_^

>Plasma is KDE's flagship product, offering the most customizable desktop environment available. The KDE community has the driving goal of making it simple by default, and powerful when needed.

>Important change of policy: 5.12 is the last release which sees feature development in KWin on X11. With 5.13 onwards only new features relevant to Wayland are going to be added.

https://www.kde.org/products/

https://www.kde.org/announcements/plasma-5.11.95.php

Sway! OwO

>Sway is tiling Wayland compositor and a drop-in replacement for the i3 window manager for X11.

>We also maintain the wlroots project to provide a modular basis for Sway and other Wayland compositors to build upon, and we publish standards for interopable Wayland desktops.

http://swaywm.org/

GNOME! :(

>An easy and elegant way to use your computer, GNOME 3 is designed to put you in control and get things done.

>Many core X contributors are eager to see us move to the next generation display system - after all Wayland was born and raised in the X community, and has strong support there.

https://www.gnome.org/

Liri! UwU

>An OS and apps built with modern design and features

>We're leveraging the latest and greatest Linux technologies, including OSTree, Wayland, Qt 5, and much more.

https://liri.io/

Enlightenment! ^.^

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 No.868683

>>862976

>Wayland

literally who?

>Gnome

cancer

>Liri! UwU

>>An OS and apps built with modern design and features

confirmed meme

>>We're leveraging the latest and greatest Linux technologies

double confirmed

>>862986

isolation is a meme. nixtards don't have a clue about security. it took them 500 years to even figure out X has problems


 No.869362

I honestly haven't had this much fun in a thread since the libbie happenings. Thanks OP ^w^


 No.869367

File: 5686cb48d024bb4⋯.jpg (53.08 KB, 450x510, 15:17, Gays 3.jpg)


 No.869462

File: 39fda63ed4105e2⋯.jpg (117.38 KB, 953x1024, 953:1024, hiiiiii.jpg)

File: 985c6d9470390c8⋯.jpeg (35.59 KB, 616x611, 616:611, OwOboy.jpeg)

>>869362

You're welcome! I'm glad you like it.

>>869367

umm... mister, are you the guy who wanted hate-fuck me and bake cookies?

>>868683

>literally who?

Its the future of GNU/Linux windowing systems!

>cancer

that true. thats why I put a frowny face on that one.

>confirmed meme

At least it uses Qt instead of GTK.

>it took them 500 years to even figure out X has problems

yes it does and now we're fixing them. With Wayland!!


 No.870045

File: 780aa839198513d⋯.jpg (25.18 KB, 640x637, 640:637, aww.jpg)

>>869367

m-mister? Do you still want to bake cookies and fuck?




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