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File: 53eac902e05dd53⋯.png (2.82 KB, 200x200, 1:1, questionmark.png)

 No.733048

Bring all your hardware, software and other troubles here.

 No.1037350

>>1037208

Don't ever do that, not even when it's new. Charge to 4,1V or less and discharge to 3V or more if you want maximum life


 No.1037362

I am using wicd and when I scan to find my wireless network, I see two options with the same SSID. One is on channel 11 and the other is channel 153. When my friend connects, there is only one SSID. He can connect fine and the speeds are what they should be. Now, when I try to connect to the SSID on channel 11 with 96% signal strength, it defaults to the one on channel 153 with 64% signal strength and the speeds are slow. I went into my wireless settings and deleted them and tried again, yet it does the same thing. Even after telling it to never connect to the weaker signal, it still does.

When I deleted the settings and profiles again, I tried to connect to the stronger signal and it defaulted to the weaker one, yet the weaker one had no passphrase entered in the settings. Going into the profiles again, I see one file with the MAC address of the stronger signal SSID and no configurations for the weaker one, yet it still connects to the weaker one.

I did a lot of searches for fixes but found nothing helpful. This is bugging me. Any help would be much appreciated and I will provide any more information needed.


 No.1037368

>>1037362

Channel 11 is in the 2,4GHz band, channel 153 is in the 5,8GHz band.


 No.1037376

File: 4ce674991029746⋯.jpg (44.06 KB, 400x300, 4:3, plant-wifi-400x300.jpg)

Can anyone explain to me what WISP and Client mode truly is?

Client bridge =/= Client or this stuff does not exist yet?

I'm looking to buy a WiFi router with a gateway dashboard (like 192.168.0.1 on the browser) contrary to a client USB WiFi which doesn't have anything like that at all and relies with the drivers.

What I'm gonna do is use the said "router" as WiFi client for connecting to something that is 300meters away and maybe experiment with making new antenna designs.

Any device to suggest?

>Why?

Routers have more powerful hardware/ram and can be flashed with open/ddwrt.

I'll be using an ethernet (802.3) connection to avoid signal loss you typically get from USB WiFi antenna wires plus it also lets me avoid the harmful effects of WiFi (I have plants).


 No.1037377

File: 9e4f0989007e2e7⋯.jpg (76.46 KB, 1029x570, 343:190, image.axd.jpg)

>>1037362

Channel 153 is likely 802.11a like >>1037368 said.

It is slow somehow but it depends on the router and usually it is around 50Mbps only and yeah it's slower than 802.11n which goes up to 150-300/600Mbps. Also since it's old technology it is really much worse than new stuff.

802.11a goes up to 5.8GHz. 802.11ac is the upgrade and should be fast.

It means your router is not dualband. Dualband routers can use both 802.11n and 802.11a/b/g at the same time but if they aren't it will drop n support to cater older devices (abg) for maximum compatibility.

What you can do is replace that router or look for the option to make both work at the same time like a dualband mode or dual SSID and restart the router.

>I tried to connect to the stronger signal and it defaulted to the weaker one

Disconnect all clients.

Restart and try a manual ipv4 address on your device.


 No.1037380

>>1036823

>cool oldschool color scheme

>aliased fonts

Why


 No.1037413

>>1037350

The thing I have it in only shows a percentage, but I do know that 100% is 4.1 volts and 0% is 3.3 volts. When I did the "full discharge" I (suppose that I) was charging from 3.3V to 4.1V and then discharging to 3.3V. Am I right to assume that partial recharges are better for it?


 No.1037415

>>1037413

Those are safe voltages. Either buy better cells or narrow the voltage cycle.


 No.1037416

>>1037208

Do that only once a year or few months if you think the calibration is improper but that's not good for its health.

The proper way to charge is >>1037350.

>>1037413

Not them but partially charging is okay though don't know if that makes a difference with LiPo. I suggest you don't go below 20% or above 90% or 80% for a long time and it will be fine for better health.

Some Samsung laptop batteries with LiPo doesn't let its users use the last 20% charge maybe to avoid battery wears. There are apps for root phone and computer programs that can freeze the charge at around 50-60% but keep in mind you'll have to do a full charge at some point so the cells do not "dehydrate" and wear.


 No.1037418

>>1036564

>hacker injects a malformed dns cache poison into OP's machine

>possibly a unpatched jewtel and foreshadow attack

>receive phone call from a social engineer

grats, you've been defcon'd

did you do everything he said?


 No.1037432

File: 96955671fd96381⋯.jpg (432.3 KB, 1000x624, 125:78, nx7-hd3d.jpg)

I'm trying to design a semi monocoque fuselage, the process is tedious and redundant.

Is there a way to make an auto drawing semi monocoque fuselage in solidworks ?

I would basically just draw the external shell and the software will take care of the internal structure automatically.


 No.1037448

Anyone know of any free Tor and clearnet friendly webmail that can be accessed without javascript and isn't fucking cock.li (I want to be able to access it in public via public facility equipment with a bunch of potentially judgmental colleagues staring)? And the less untrustworthy the better. (eg. I want to avoid US hosted) I also hate approval and hazing procedures so I avoid autistici and similar, so preferably no strong riseup like ideologues either. Why is this so hard to find ffs. Storage over 200M would be nice but not an absolute necessity.

https://wiki.installgentoo.com/wiki/Email_Providers suggests teknik, can anyone with share their experience with it?

TL;DR: Free no js email that doesn't block Tor and doesn't (((glow in the dark))) in a first world color (Including Russia, China and potentially hostile Muslims)?


 No.1037451

>>1037416

>you'll have to do a full charge at some point so the cells do not "dehydrate" and wear

Fuck off with this old wives' tale mumbo jumbo


 No.1037453

When I use Afwall it fucks with my WiFi and data network. Is there something I'm not allowing through? For the time being I'm using Netguard, but I prefer Afwall.


 No.1037460

File: d310c30085b0d29⋯.png (40.88 KB, 640x400, 8:5, hylics wayne.png)

Got an issue with my computer freezing after a few hours. Everything's brand new parts, besides the HDD and case. I checked Event Viewer, and it keeps reporting my AMD driver crashing and recovering. The recovering portions comes from me just moving the mouse in time to catch the freeze in the act. If I let the computer on overnight, it'll most likely reproduce the issue should I let it sit for too long. I'd tried cleaning the PCIe slot contacts with compressed air, and someone said to do the same to my HDMI cable (which makes no sense, but I did it anyway). The issue also occurred with my older GPU, so it can't be the card. I read online to add Tdr registry keys and set them to 0, but none of them changed anything. I even caved in and bought a higher wattage PSU recently. Nothing I've done seems to solve the problem, so it's safe to say my 1-y.o. motherboard may be the problem. Though, I really don't want to buy another mobo if I can afford it. I need to take it out of the case yet, and check for breaks in connectivity, but otherwise, is there anything I can do to stop this from happening on the software level?


 No.1037468

>>1037453

Try allowing the kernel and the DNS system app if you have them.


 No.1037469

>>1037460

update the mobo. Is that a chink mobo? Might be your problem.


 No.1037472

>>1037469

It's a Gigabyte. And the BIOS is the most recent one.


 No.1037479

File: 5593459999ceb6b⋯.jpg (30.08 KB, 512x341, 512:341, Coney-Island-Ice-Cream.jpg)

>>1037448

>tor

Why are you using tor in the first place? You know it's no longer safe when a dev got framed by sjews

https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2016/06/tor-developer-jacob-appelbaum-quits-after-sexual-mistreatment-allegations/

It fucking glows come the fuck on. Same trick, fools you twice? Are you that stupid?

>cock.li

Doubt you can even receive mails from gmail users.

Another mistake. Lesser userbase and data means it's easier to just step inside the ISP server room as a double-agent police OR just blackmail the guy. The guy was already a glower so they wouldn't even need to do any of that.

Easier to target an island than a continent.

Just use a qq mail or some dot ru/indian shit. Makes it more expensive and harder to breach. Otherwise, just make your own server if you can port forward but that again points back at your doorstep so you have to figure out how you can do that anonymously which is pretty easy.

>public equipment

You do realize that is not your talos workstation with alpine hardened and custom patched? It's either botnet or you own it. The moment you put your credentials in there is the same time your metadata is rebuilt. Not even the network is safe so you're just giving it away since you already used it before and the more suspicious your pattern is the more you will attract interest from (((them))), TOR is FORFUCKSSAKE just for goobersmint puppet agencies or military bugmen who want safe comms on unsafe soil where there's also spies. Not even Non-USA security agencies would use it otherwise they're out of their minds.

"No JS" doesn't hide your identity if you use the networks you've used before. And you thought tor could protect you in any way? It's like painting your house black and expecting people looking for you to never notice it.

You only need proper Anonymity which is done only through building the house anew in the woods using scraps or wood, the water source (internet) is from a well you dug painstakingly. Also expecting your hideout to be found after few days so you better start doing all the same work over again.

Security is also shit. Even if you put the strongest password they'll just hit you stronger until you give it up.

You're being hacked? They know your name? Good luck. Unknown? Better.

Trying to look cool like Snowden? Think again, Roy. hes not a fucking hero FFS. he's a fucking CIA double-agent


 No.1037492

>>1037479

What kind of fucked up life have you lived where you can't trust anyone anymore?


 No.1037534

File: 887bc7b67650fa6⋯.png (275.97 KB, 1350x1281, 450:427, 71630095_p0.png)

Hi /tech/, wanted to ask, is there an extension or script that can filter text, so when something like "nigga" appears it shows it as "nigger"?

Somethings are getting too flooded with cuckery so may as well cuck myself onto a lie


 No.1037535

>>1037534

nigga wat


 No.1037547

I was testing posting at retard chan, though saw no reason to let the answer go into /dev/null since IP banned, since this answer might be of use to someone.

https://boards.4channel.org/g/thread/70006780#p70008359

>>70008359

>How to change a single byte at location N of a file, generating N versions of the file using Bash?

Use dd with block size of 1 (bs=1) count of 1 (count=1) and loop through the memory addresses with seek parameter, something like seek=${memoryAddress}

Input file is your byte change, output file is your cloned original that you want to change.

Otherwise look into hexdump, hd, od, xxd and how to apply patches.


 No.1037548

What are some reasonable torrent upload/download rate limits?


 No.1037566

>>1037535

I want my browser to show your text as "Nigger wat". If there are any tools available


 No.1037568

File: a9d058a85ac00d0⋯.png (92.11 KB, 702x344, 351:172, image.png)


 No.1037570

>>1037432

> the software will take care of the internal structure automatically

Is it a toy, or an aircraft?

If toy {

doesn't matter. Sculpt in Blender.

} else if plane {

internal structure is primary. No shortcuts.

}


 No.1037571

>>1037548

> reasonable torrent upload/download rate limits

None/none


 No.1037573

>>1037568

>Nigga, you can use https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/replace/

Double nigger, Use Options menu on top right of page, and add a script under "User JS"


 No.1037580

>>1037573

or Triple nigger, use Filters menu instead.


 No.1037588

File: eadab5ab0e41052⋯.png (124.75 KB, 590x399, 590:399, ClipboardImage.png)

Dunno if this thread is for tech support about android as well, but here I go.

I have an ACER A500, a really fucking old tablet, and I wanted to root it to flash any other newer OS I could find to support newer apps, as long as it is compatible with the tablet itself, of course. I found you could use something called ICS Root in order to root it but doesn't seem to work.

I'll just use the post to ask some questions and clarify some doubts

>What's my best course of action other than trash the tablet

>If I manage to root it, what OS should I flash into it?

Basically that.


 No.1037589

I started using w3m and also installed w3m-img. Is there an option I can choose to use w3m without images for a session without uninstalling w3m-img? Can't find the option if it exists.


 No.1037600

>>1037570

Its not a toy, doing the internal structure by myself will literally take me years !


 No.1037603

>>1037588

I have an acer A501 which is basically an A500 +3g

And no, there is no new Android you can install, the last stable version is 4.4, there are more recent version but no app will work on it because the CPU is a relic and lacks the NEON instruction.

I had to downgrade to 4.4 to make it functional again. Even then its still slow as piss. Way slower then a raspberry Pi 3 which is saying something.

Best option is to root it and install Lubuntu.

Worked fine for me.


 No.1037606

>>1037603

Problem is that I can't really find alternatives to root it. The thing is so old all links are down.


 No.1037613

>>1037606

Try looking for the forum tegraowners.com in the archive.


 No.1037632

>>1037573

It's ok, I just added a script to greasemonkey, niggers


 No.1037697

I want to remove lines in a file based on the third column (tab separated) in the shell.

So, I want to go from

>abc123 abc123 keepone abc123

>abc435 abc435 keepthis abc435

>abc234 abc234 keepone abc234

>abc345 abc345 keepalso abc345

to

>abc123 abc123 keepone abc123

>abc435 abc435 keepthis abc435

>abc345 abc345 keepalso abc345

I want to keep the line order, so I can't use sort. uniq doesn't seem to have an option to work only on certain columns, so it's out. I've tried a few awk solutions from online (awk '!a[$3]++' file) but that does not work. What do I do?


 No.1037719

How do I bind keys to scroll up and down in Qutebrowser? I'm using it and wanted to bin the scrolling keys to mimic how it's done in Emacs, so I unbinded 'k' for going up, but now I don't know how to set ctrl+p to scroll up.


 No.1037720

>>1037719

nvm, I'm retarded. You just gotta use 'bind <Ctrl+p> scroll up', if anyone is interested.


 No.1037743

>>1037460

>>1037469

>>1037472

Anyone else wanna try and help me?


 No.1037754

File: 171dd96995d490a⋯.jpg (51.71 KB, 600x424, 75:53, i_036.jpg)

>>733048

I want to make a work email for freelance media projects. What would be the best options? Ideally, I'd like to make a website and have an email address for it, but I'm not there yet. Still pretty newb.


 No.1037769

>>1037377

The router is dualband. I checked my wireless card and it says it is 11b/g/n. Why it will not connect to the stronger signal, I have no idea. My speeds are a bit faster and stable now. I suppose the internet connection was experiencing some problems last night. I move around often and I have seen this before, but I was able to connect to both signals. Here, just the weaker one. I think it is not as big of a problem as I thought it was. Thank you for taking the time to try and help me.


 No.1037777

>>1037479

Your own ISP and government could be even less trustworthy than the US even if they're allies.

You talk as if Tor is outright compromised and the userbase is tiny (albeit closely monitored), proof would be appreciated. Aren't more users supposed to improve its anonymity? Hasn't the amount of users being increasing since the Snowden leaks?

I acknowledge the thing looks shady but what's the alternative? Consistent suspicious as fuck connection to compromised device/VPN? Using Tor is better than nothing, not illegal and doesn't require official ties to your finance to work. Is it worse than a clearnet connection?


 No.1037788

>>1037460

>>1037743

>AMD driver crashing

Which driver specifically are you referring to? GPU? Chipset?

Your system is Ryzen-based, right? Sure the RAM is compatible with the board? I remember how in the early days of the platform updating AGESA would sometimes help with memory compatibility issues.

Is the system stable in stress tests? Tried running P95 for a dozen hours or so? Do the freezes only happen at idle/low load? If so, C-states might be acting up.


 No.1037789

Can someone please tell me how I can jailbreak a Samsung Galaxy s6? >model number: SM-G920V

>android ver: 6.0.1 marshmellow

>security patch: August 1, 2016

>build number: MMB29k.G920VVRU4CPH1


 No.1037806

>>1037789

>Android

>jailbreak

Pick one retard.

Anyway, custom ROMs exists for that model but unfortunately none of them are LineageOS.


 No.1037877


 No.1037882

File: 4151d16e6b737e7⋯.jpg (98.76 KB, 723x749, 723:749, numbers.jpg)

Does anyone have the Tavistock /pol/ thread archived by any chance?


 No.1037951

File: a9d0841f240ca65⋯.png (45.43 KB, 592x483, 592:483, theme.png)

File: 182da0c85ee9683⋯.png (154.3 KB, 1366x741, 1366:741, firefox.png)

File: d458d9f70b219c3⋯.png (110.71 KB, 1366x741, 1366:741, packages.png)

I recently switched to the LXDE desktop environment on Debian and am trying to change my theme to Redmond, but many programs seem to use scroll bars and button designs from some other theme. Is there some sort of config file I need to change to get all programs to use the Redmond theme?


 No.1037959

File: 72c57f12d2d8399⋯.png (242.6 KB, 1422x768, 237:128, Belle Pintos Grande.png)

>>1037951

I'm almost certain Redmond is only available for GTK2. You'd need to look for port to GTK3, or pick another Windows-like theme with support for both GTK2 and 3. Check your config files just be sure.


 No.1037969

>>1035955

It's nota meant to spin all the time. Do some work and you'll see them get back to spinning.

>>1037448

I've used mail2tor and had no problems with it.


 No.1037977

Don't want to start a thread over this: does /tech/ have a mascot?


 No.1037978

>>1037959

I was able to download a GTK3 version here

https://www.opendesktop.org/p/1109994/

and it seems to be working correctly now. Thanks.


 No.1038005

im using tkinter with python 3. I want the button img to change when pressed but nothing happens on press. no error no nothing.


#!/usr/bin/python3

import tkinter as tk
from tkinter import Button

# init
top = tk.Tk()
top.geometry("80x80")
ximg = tk.PhotoImage(file="x.gif")
oimg = tk.PhotoImage(file="o.gif")

def changeimg():
b.image = ximg

b = Button(
top,
image = oimg,
width = 50,
height = 50,
command = changeimg)
b.place(x = 0, y = 0)

top.mainloop()


 No.1038008

>>1037789

what you want to do is to root your s6

thats a popular phone so there should be plenty tutorials on yt

>>1037806

be happy he stayed in the sticky like a good boy.


 No.1038014

Fuck fedora.

Devuan or Calculate?


 No.1038017


 No.1038025

File: 336f621815a6956⋯.jpg (29.13 KB, 678x411, 226:137, 4c4b6e8753e4dc712af4e0cd2b….jpg)

>>1037432

This please


 No.1038044

>>1037777

>Your own ISP and government could be even less trustworthy than the US even if they're allies.

*World elites

>Aren't more users supposed to improve its anonymity? Hasn't the amount of users being increasing since the Snowden leaks?

Yes but no. It only improves the goobs anonymity if anything and that's what it is really all about in the end they even spy on their own employees. The development and bugfinding became faster with much more testers after these snowden and darkweb movies.

VPNs are scam. What you're doing is paying someone to paint your house but people can just a$k the one who painted it to find you. They may not do logs but the 3 letters all over the world log the submarine cables and even run the ISP at this point.

>Using Tor is better than nothing, not illegal and doesn't require official ties to your finance to work.

Never trust the violet.

>Is it worse than a clearnet connection?

Yes. Just shadowsock yourself with the cyberpunk chinks. Can't beat the shadow. Learn 中文,

or

MAC changer + wardriving + shadow.

>2019

>not having a custom MAC like 13:37:00:BE:EF:00

MAC change may be deemed illegal in some shithole. If that's the case just dispose them and purchase new hardware in cash. Routers have back doors that phone the MAC history.

It only gets illegal if you crack but if you have no choice it's either crack or asscrack. Wifi are mostly free, more options == more pattern == more location. Physical unlike your software assisted relay that's just meant to spoof location. Tor also sounds like som marvel normsh.

Warshadow + clearnet on disposable fingerprint is still better than painting your one and only fingerprint with violet.

>but it's open source

More like souros code.


 No.1038047

Taking >>1038014 as an oportunity to bump >>1035995

Devuan seems to hold ancient packages and gnome3 is broken.


 No.1038066

>>1035547

Thanks

#!/bin/bash

#greps the html for dl links
grep -oP '"\K[^"\047]+(?=["\047])' _tech_\ -\ _tech_\ Book\ Thread.html | grep https://media.8ch.net/file_dl > test
#prints every third line
awk -v n=3 'NR%n==1' test > test1
#downloads all links from input file
wget -i test1


 No.1038089

File: efd03f6c2266247⋯.png (768.99 KB, 854x960, 427:480, 8196c1582fed56af3528463645….png)

>>1037432

Anyone ?


 No.1038109

File: f26ff8a76c90f40⋯.png (9.56 KB, 1292x180, 323:45, ECZgWKmK73.png)

>>1037788

>Which driver specifically are you referring to? GPU? Chipset?

I'm not quite sure. I'm looking at Event Viewer again now, and I've found an Event ID 875 related to XQHDrv.sys. I tried looking that up, but all I find it something related to VMware. Maybe I just have a bad driver or something.


 No.1038222

>>1038047

>what is antiX


 No.1038255

File: 70540563184a86a⋯.png (120.73 KB, 500x279, 500:279, clueless.png)

I need advice. I have some old 7zip files that are protected by a password I no longer remember.

I looked into it, and it seems my only options would be to try and use free password cracking programs which are so over my head that getting them to work in the first place would be a miracle, OR actually risk buying something that might be a little more idiot proof.

What do?


 No.1038285

>>1038255

password crackers are decent. e.g. OPH using rainbow tables for Win logins. Downloading the datasets can be the hardest part, since they can be several Gb.

> so over my head

this is /tech/ nigger. git gud or >>>/g/ o back.


 No.1038289

How can I disable networkmanager's ping checker?


 No.1038290

>>1038285

I tried getting into it by myself, but I found all tutorials and manuals lacking, because they require that I already know certain basics that I do not know.

Is there any documentation that could get me started from scratch, or any program that you know of that is as simple as possible?


 No.1038293

>>1037769

Signal has gone weaker I think.

Did you change the antenna angle? If you're on another floor you can tilt the antenna to 90 and 0 degree like L shape. Make it perpendicular as possible to maximize the antenna polarization advantages.

If just the same floor as you are then both of it produce a V shape but also still perpendicular/right angle.


 No.1038294

>>1038290

There are gui hacktools of what anon said. Rainbow table bruteforcer would be your best bet. The problem is if you have antivirus that doesn't like hacktools or it's a trojan horse from a popular torrent site. You can still use it though make sure your original drive isn't mounted or it'll get infections. Unironically, just use kali.


 No.1038298


 No.1038325

>Never trust the violet.

You're being very vague.

>Yes.

Still no explanation.

>Just shadowsock yourself with the cyberpunk chinks. Can't beat the shadow. Learn 中文,

>wardriving + shadow.

>Warshadow

How would one go about safely learning about these? Look them up on clearnet with a spoofed mac in some coffee shop because it's safer than tor? What would poorfags that only own desktops do?

>better than painting your one and only fingerprint with violet.

Does any of this advice change for those who have openly been using nothing but tor for a good few years? I'm open about caring about my privacy. But I must admit, it sounds like you're trying to make it easier for non-US agencies to spy on people or make people in closely US related countries look more suspicious than they already do using conventional widely recommended methods to achieve a non criminal task. What do you recommend for regular home use?

>It only gets illegal if you crack but if you have no choice it's either crack or asscrack. Wifi are mostly free, more options == more pattern == more location.

>Tor also sounds like som marvel normsh.

Could you elaborate on these please? I'm having a hard time trying to understand exactly what you mean. Please excuse my autism.

And thanks for the heads up anon.


 No.1038327

>>1038325

Is a reply to >>1038044


 No.1038333

>>1037600

>doing the internal structure by myself will literally take me years !

What part of "no shortcuts" did you not get?

>>1038089

>Anyone ?

You had an answer, but ignored it.


 No.1038335

>>1037697

cut -f3

delimiter default is TAB.

man cut for more info


 No.1038410

>>1038294

Now I think I just need to get the hashes of the files, not sure how since the hashcat converter isn't working for me, and maybe some proper rainbow tables. What's the best way of going about it?

Thank you for all the replies!


 No.1038501

File: a7f1890767b27f7⋯.jpg (42.83 KB, 1080x195, 72:13, Screenshot_2019-03-05-13-2….jpg)

I get this error when trying to post with a particular webm attached. I downloaded it from NewPipe.


 No.1038522

How does 8ch's .onion service work exactly? While using TOR, I received notification that I was perma'd on /b/ for cp I didn't post. I've used the 'change TOR identity' function of Brave and confirmed on https://ifconfig.me it's on a new exit node, but I still receive the ban notification. What's happeing?


 No.1038549

>>1038522

There is no exit node when you're accessing a hidden service.

The /b/ mods banned Tor posters yesterday because they're fucking dipshits. They may unban Tor soon, but one of their Tor bans did last for a couple months one time, so who knows?


 No.1038551

>>1038522

And you can think of it as though Tor posters are posting from localhost (on their machine). Tor posters are all one and the same user from an admin perspective.


 No.1038625

>>1038549

>There is no exit node when you're accessing a hidden service.

Hmm, I didn't realize that. Is there something I can study that will help me understand how this works better?

<also

>The /b/ mods banned Tor posters yesterday because they're fucking dipshits

haha seems to be a persistent problem there. how do you even figure out who a BO or Mod are in the first place?

>>1038551

Yes I guess that makes sense, though I expected otherwise.

Thanks for the explanation, anon.


 No.1038626

>>1038549

One other question that's been nagging at me; Why doesn't 8ch's hidden service support https? Surely the two together are much better. If you try to replace 'http' with 'https' it fails.


 No.1038636

backup android

In linux+gnu we just hit dd or gnome-disk-utility to get the job done.

Now android, that more difficult..

I would like to take a clone of my phone which is encrypted, a full clone of all partitions, just like a backup.img (backing up all partitions separately will do fine as well)

Info: TWRP, lineageos, Ubuntu host, preferred softs: adb heimdall

>>1038626

Onion doesn't need https its triple encrypted.. What you really should worry about it why 8ch.net script is fucking with ya


 No.1038646

>>1038636

>What you really should worry about it why 8ch.net script is fucking with ya

Can you explain please?


 No.1038659

Hi guys, i wanted to ask for recommendatios on what to do when Win7 finally kicks the bucket. I don't know shit about other OS and i really don't want to give up gaming or (god forbid) changing to Win 10.

So the question is: Can i do something to keep using Win7 without getting fucked? Is there another OS where i can play windows games just fine? Am i doomed to change to win 10 and surrender my asshole to the Microsoft overlords?

Thanks in advance


 No.1038680

>>1038659

if you have all the win7 updates you have the telemetry on your system too.

anyhow, there is win 10 LTSB/LTSC which is stripped of many things that are in 10. even then you'll be tracked in some way, it's still windows.

Ubuntu and other distros can handle some games through WINE/PlayOnLinux or if you're really lucky it'll have a linux port. https://appdb.winehq.org/

I find dual booting annoying, both in setup and use, but that works as well.

my advice would be to install ubuntu in virtualbox and try out some things you'd want to do normally. a spare computer/drive you don't mind formatting would be even better, as you can try it out outside a VM for awhile.


 No.1038682

There's a login page on an HTTP website. Username and password. I want to test a list of passwords for a certain username, but I'd better do this in CLI than refreshing the GUI. How do I see if this is possible?


 No.1038685

Is it possible to build a mini console that can play flash game?

Is it possible to run flash on MSDOS?


 No.1038687

>>1038685

>MSDOS

I fucked up. I mean FreeDOS.


 No.1038699

>>1038659

Install Linux Mint on another partition and exclusively boot into it until you feel comfortable nuking windows. Here's a quick guide on using Linux:

Using the actual desktop is much better and easier on Linux. KDE, Xfce, Cinnamon and even GNOME are all better than the Windows desktop environment.

Don't install software from the terminal outside of doing "sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade" until you know what you're doing, in fact you should avoid the terminal altogether until you've used Linux for more than a week. Install software from the built-in app center.

Find software for your daily tasks. That's probably the biggest challenge if you're using some obscure shit instead of "standard" software. Most stuff has been on Linux for years. Currently audio development kinda sucks, CAD is not as good, photo editing is actually fine, video editing is much faster and better on Linux, software development is identical and sometimes better unless you use Visual Studio. Everything else is identical. If you're not using your desktop for creating content then you'll be perfectly fine. MacOS has some better media creator tools but it's worse at gaming and requires cherry-picked hardware or expensive Apple hardware.

Try using Valve's Proton to run Windows games on it. Most stuff runs well, while 40% of games are already native on Linux. This may not sound like a lot but remember that over half of the Steam library are copy-paste games or Unity asset flips made by non-developers who want to make a quick buck. Games which have malicious anti-cheat don't work yet (Valve is working on it), which is good as those should be avoided anyways.

Install ukuu and keep your kernel up to date.

Alternatively, you can just install Linux and make a GPU passthrough while keeping Windows 7 in a virtual machine just for gaming and using other exclusive software. This will have less than 8% performance impact, but it's a hassle to set up.


 No.1038703

>>1038699

This but don't use GNOME it's pozzed dumpsterfire and KDE is pretty bad too (but it's acceptable) Pls install Xubuntu or Debian/Devuan instead of Linux Mint or Ubuntu/Kubuntu. I recommend that you test the distro's installer in VirtualBox before installing it on your real computer.


 No.1038717

>>1038703

Fuck off, Debian is turboautistic about non-free shit, which is just pain unless you're a turboautist yourself.


 No.1038741

>>1038703

Do the opposite of what this idiot said. Mint Xfce is far better and more polished than Xubuntu. It's basically Xubuntu + some fixes.

Debian and Devuan are both shit if you want something that just works. The anon wants a usable desktop, not a server.


 No.1038759

What is a good alternative to k8s? All I really need from k8s is the job orchestration(through an API).


 No.1038772

>>1033549

Just do one country. Openstreetmap


 No.1038773

>>1038659

>OS problems

Yes, it's called decent hardware and qemu kvm.

As you age your game addiction will fade away though as problems never cease to unfold.


 No.1038775

>>1038636

Chinese miracle.

Why backup the partition? Chances are it won't work again once the partition sizes have been changed by linege or the partition table updated due to reallocated bad sector.

Backup individual files and not partitions.

You'll also have to remove encryption for shit like linux treble if you plan on going twrp mode.


 No.1038776

What was that program that tells you how free your system is?


 No.1038777

>>1038685

Mini consoles wouldn't work well but if you can make use of a good modern atom x86 cpu with linux graphics drivers then it should work. Though I think these chips aren't sold in the open like arm pi/sbcs.

Flash is power hungry though there are older sony ericsson phones and few samsungs that had native flash support for android that made phones overheat and if you have arm and can't find x86s then it might work. Doubt the app still exists but that was the last of it. After that, flash got obsolete forever.

You should take a peek at pyra handheld and see if it has flash support yourself.


 No.1038793

How do I run a command when my user logs in?

I've been nigger-rigging cron to do it, but that's suboptimal, because sometimes I log in as root and then I have a bunch of user processes running, which can get in the way of doing things like umounting /home/.


 No.1038800

>>1038793

.bash_login


 No.1038805

>>1038800

But I don't run bash, and I want it preferrably for every shell.


 No.1038811

File: 36ca479f5aa16b0⋯.jpg (2.16 MB, 3520x2756, 880:689, Front.jpg)

Guise, is there a music player with 0 delay when switching from one song to the other? I have several albums where songs continue where the previous one stopped and it really puts me off when there is a little delay between two songs. If I remember correctly winamp didn't have this. I am currently using foobar.


 No.1038814

>>1038811

turn it off in the settings. some retard thought that it would be a good idea to enable it by default.


 No.1038820

>>1038222

>What is ctrl+f "antix"


 No.1038823

>>1038814

thanks, I checked playback but couldn't find the setting there. Turns out you can disable it in >playback>output>fading


 No.1038824

>>1038646

ICYDK most images and their thumbnails are still fetched over 8ch.net even when you're using the onion address.

Click on the 'i' to the left of the url in TBB. It will give you info about your connection.

Whether

 (you) -> node -> node -> node <- node <- node <- node <- oxwugzccvk3dk6tj.onion (site -images)
+
(you) -> node -> node -> node -> https://8ch.net (images)
is more secure than
 (you) -> node -> node -> node -> https://8ch.net (site including images) 
Is up for you to decide.

Your guard doesn't change for a very large period of time. This is for security reasons, although it's still a gamble.

Your circuit changes every 10 minutes and it's the same for all the tabs you use.

For better accuracy please look into these yourself, I might have made a mistake. You might also want to look into guard selection.


 No.1038829

>>1038824

It appears 'https://8ch(.)net' is wordfiltered.


 No.1038846

>>1038777

OP here

>native flash support for android that made phones overheat

I tried it a long time ago, So I can confirm that. Handheld are a no for now.

Thanks for the answer.I got a lead for what I should do now.


 No.1038847

>>1038824

Thanks anon, I appreciate the info.


 No.1038849

>>1038811

Uninstall windows, commie.


 No.1038905

How do you choose which kernel module loads again? I was thinking of testing which driver is faster for my shitty laptop apu, and it seems to have support in both the radeon and amdgpu versions.


 No.1038996

What's a good VPN to use?


 No.1038998

>>1038905

blacklist the other one

man modprobe, lsmod, rmmod


 No.1038999

>>1038996

tor. it's free.


 No.1039010

>>1038999

I'm not sure how fast that is, like I'm willing to pay a few dollars a month for something decent that I could also upload stuff to youtube with.


 No.1039018

TOTP is a generic protocol, yes?

Are there non-globohomo TOTP apps for Android? I don't feel comfortable using Google Authenticator.


 No.1039042

Just got a new W10 laptop for work, an E580 Thinkpad. Any advice on how to uninstall all the bloatware that comes with properly? Good lists over everything to get rid of or whatever? Also looking to remove all the telemetry, obviously.


 No.1039059

File: 5d60be4e3326a73⋯.png (30.87 KB, 822x445, 822:445, 1.png)

>>1039010

I get about 1.0-1.5MB/s (so 8-12Mbps) on an average circuit up to 2.5 on a good one. Still a far cry from clearnet speeds, or even those offered by decent VPNs, but hardly unusable. I guess it depends on your specific speed demands.


 No.1039071

>>1038998

Well, switched it- and Quake 3 actually runs without dipping into the 30s and 40s now. Looks like it works fine.


 No.1039075

Is there really no way at all to have 2 iterators in a for loop without declaring them on the outside? (C)

for (int i=0, float f=0; i<100; i++, f+=0.5)

I had the idea of creating a macro and declaring the variable on the outside in it, but then it breaks if you have 2 of them in the same scope unless you use different variable names in every one.


 No.1039129

Is it possible to recover a video that was unsaved on Android?

You know when you haven't pressed the stop button and it shows up in the gallery?


 No.1039148

>>1039075

Standard C does not allow to allow loop iterators to be declared inside the loop. You have to declare them outside, even if you have only one iterator.


 No.1039158

>>1039018

Yes. andOTP

>>1039148

I don't think that's the case for C99 and later.


 No.1039236

Hello,

I am messing around on Tails and, after having created a persistent volume to save shitposting images in, I am unable to save any with Tor Browser because "Permission Denied."

Being tech-illiterate I can no figure out how to grant the browser access to my files. I've been looking in about:config and searching the web for an answer but I can't figure it out. Can you please help me?


 No.1039249

>>1039075

for( struct {int i ; float f } loop = {0, 0}; loop.i < 100; loop.i++, loop.f += 0.5)

Alternatively, you can create a block surrounding the for loop, so that i and f do not escape the scope:

{
int i;
float f;
for (i=0, f=0; i<100; i++, f+=0.5)
...
}


 No.1039250

I am messing with python3, and I am wondering if there is a way to make numbers callable. For instance, I would like 3(4) (ie. number 3 applied to number 4) to be evaluated as 3*4.


 No.1039261

How likely am I to be scammed if buying on Hidden WIki's websites?


 No.1039266

How safe is coinbase for BTC?


 No.1039351

File: 1ea803dfa18029e⋯.jpg (557.15 KB, 1992x1967, 1992:1967, Dt1PDTrUwAAQbuY.jpg)

Is ghidra legit or is it spooky GITD shit?


 No.1039478

A webpage I was on earlier was displaying some odd hyperlinks (add-on I have shows them in the window corner as roll-over) that apparently redirected to what I assumed was a link shortener whose "brand" I didn't recognize, and running a quick search of the redirect's domain with searx, the top results go to the FBI's twatter and other governmental looking sites. Looking a bit further down the results, it seems the domain used to be a known malware installer back in 2016 or so, with the other results being help pages on how to purge it from one's system (and with screenshots that confirmed my thoughts of it meant to look like a shortener).

So, my question is, was this simply a case of a malware distributor having been officially taken down prior, and the associated urls having been redirected to a known "safe" one to prevent further spread via existing links? Or might it also serve as a link referrer thing to monitor people that might still click for whatever content would have supposedly been behind the shortener? Just something I got curious about as to which the intent is, since it strikes me it could well be either, or even both (considering it doesn't simply go to a generic 404 or "this domain is for sale" thing; on the other hand though, it also makes me think it serves as sitting on the domain so people related to those originally running it can't just repurchase it and carry on).


 No.1039486

File: 16b90aac3a926d0⋯.gif (215.71 KB, 338x288, 169:144, bc495ef80667fda60ec3e73a4b….gif)

Hey guys, I have some questions about a machine that just fell into my lap. It's a desktop with an i7 4770k/GTX980. Right now it has Windows 7 installed on it but I want to add in a second SDD and another HDD and get Gentoo going on it. I haven't had an Nvidia card in some time so I'm wondering:

>How is support for the 9xx series of Nvidia cards in GNU/Linux at this time? Do I need the proprietary drivers to make things work acceptably?

>Is using an SDD on a Gentoo install a bad idea? Should I just get an HDD instead? How much speed is an SDD going to give me compared to hosting an OS on an HDD? I've never used SDDs much before.

>Is it worth it to update the CPU to something that will allow hardware passthru support given the graphics card that's in it right now? I don't game much but it'd be nice to avoid dual booting if I can.

>Should I just re-purpose this machine into an arcade cabinet and build something new on a botnet-AMD CPU/ATI graphics card combo for my main machine?

This is my first machine with a botnet CPU in it.


 No.1039493

>>1039486

You always want proprietary drivers on nVidia. They're on par with windows performance because they're 99.9% identical code.

Why do you think there would be issues using an SSD? It's fine. It will be faster than using SSD+HDD.

Pretty sure that CPU has proper virtualization hardware on it so the passthrough should be possible. If not then yes, you'd need to use something else.

>4th question

Do whatever you want.

With questions like these you definitely shouldn't use gentoo.


 No.1039498

>>1039493

Specs say it doesn't have VD-t so I'm assuming that means no hardware passthru, right?

>With questions like these you definitely shouldn't use gentoo.

I'm a poorfag that's been getting along with an AMD Thunderbird desktop since '99. I'm fine with Gentoo just not with all this new hardware stuff.


 No.1039501

>>1039486

most annoying thing with nvidia drivers is most DE's will tear like hell. just use "force composition pipeline" and it should be ok.

my gtx 970 stutters with two screens that have mismatched refresh rates. kinda pisses me off, but I have no frame of reference for newer AMD cards as I haven't used one. I haven't had luck with xrandr forcing custom setups but I'm an idiot so I could have been doing something wrong.

worrying about SSDs is a thing of the past now, unless you have one for 2011 that doesn't have TRIM and shit built into the controller.

>>1039498

>AMD Thunderbird desktop since '99

how did you manage with that potato for so long?


 No.1039504

>>1033553

>see idea "normal web-browsing not need security" everywhere. how prove to person "use securest always!"? to me obvious, so not can well communicate why to others.

It's like shouting from a balcony. They're either retards in this aspect or have their own reasons for not caring (or just not showing you they do). Maybe a combination of the two. Proving something is standard and common practice (like adblockers) shouldn't be too hard, depending on your location but sadly I expect you'll be hard pressed convincing them to happily keep anything more than what is widely considered the norm in your circle.

The more intimate the relationship the better, but:

(a) Hack them for proof or analyze a feasible attack for them. There is software that does this for you, even dedicated OSs with tools and repos. Point out how the acquired data can be used to bite them in their rear. The better the lack of skill to damage ratio the better. This shows that anyone with varying degrees of expertise and motivations can abuse this data. If they don't care about this they are relying on law enforcement and lawyers to fix their stuff or don't mind (maybe even enjoy) the consequences.

(b) Ensure they know about datamining and analytics methods, uses, who it's usually done by, who it /can/ be done by and potential motivations or type of profit for all cases. (Note that this on its own might even be seen as a positive thing by some, or they might pretend they believe so). Make sure they understand that their info can end up in many, many more entities hands than just the party that extracted the data first. Show them it's perfectly legal especially if they imply consent to it. ALSO show them how this data can be used against them, especially in a non illegal way, or even how the law itself can be used to abuse them.

(c) Finally, you might want to let them see how rampantly common and easy attacks are as well as breaking the law uncaught and how often people get away with it, how often someone is caught breaking the law but the damage cause not fixed (just a guy thrown in prison and everyone involved thrown on a watchlist), or even how the law itself and itsenforcers might be corrupt. It helps if they know a bit about how the underground works (drugs and the like for instance and who's involved in the local scene; people they know), mafia activity prevalence and general corruption (ESPECIALLY in first world countries where people seem to think they're special snowflakes where no such thing exists because they're rich and comfortable and criminals are more patient and smarter. Maybe not even criminals on paper). People of lower socioeconomic status tend to be dumber and (or) simply not rich enough to avoid being "law enforce"'d. Add to that the fact that there are few consequences going after the weak and you've got yourself the "crime stats by education and income" graphs you so often see. Which is why I'd consider pointing out the ease and cheapness with which attacks can be carried out so important in suggestion (a). TEMPEST for Elise comes to mind but good luck defending yourself against that, there's also a risk of blackpilling them. But I probably shouldn't go further on this one. You are aware the working class have no respect and treat each other like shit.


 No.1039505

>>1033553

>>1039504

Beyond that, the further your relation to a person, the less the reason you have to trust them, obviously. A possible addition to that factor is how much in common you have with someone, although the accuracy of verifying that (and its degree of honesty) becomes increasingly impossible and oxymoronic the less you're already related to them. For your own safety, you might want to think about what motivations they might have for being willfully ignorant; apathetic. Maybe they know full well what's possible even if they don't know the technical details, but for any reason don't want to indicate they care (could just be embarrassed to admit or otherwise. Maybe they're just tired and don't want to think about it because it's more work, and, lets be honest; pretty damn depressing. It's not only more comfortable not to think about it, but also pretty damn taxing to do so). Maybe they personally don't need to care. Maybe their family even profits by being some kind of dataminer themselves. You never know what connections and relations people have and what their true intentions are.

Or maybe they're just dumb NPCs with no attention span and are wondering what motivations you might have for insisting so much on this. Maybe they even consider you a dangerous person for knowing or being so open about it.

Take care anon, and do understand the risks your behavior might cause you. For your own psyche's sake, sure spread the knowledge wide and accurately, but you might want to avoid wasting effort in depth and insistence in most cases unless it directly benefits you somehow. Especially among older people I highly doubt they don't at least have a vague idea of what's going on. I'm not trying to demotivate you, by all means go for it, but at the end of the day just learn to scale things up and measure accurately (I know, I don't practice what I preach). After all, the skills you're honing are going to be put on your CV to show off to someone you want to work for... right?

All in all, the problem is a social one.

TL;DR: PoC. Parrotsec, Kali linux. Pentest suites in general. Metasploit, Wireshark. Abuse of unpatched CVE or even a 0 day if you can. As long as it could have been prevented by one of your suggested security measures. People are impressed by technical details and gained/lost profits. Explain the exact problem clearly and accurately enough that it won't be derailed or misinterpreted but briefly and simply enough that it can be digested. Be tactful and to the point. Sometimes people are not stupid, just assholes or fearful. But usually it's a combination of the two. It goes without saying you should also know your stuff in detail and communicate that to people of varying types and levels of expertise, culture and retardation. Recognize what leaves your own behind covered or not and when to move on.

How you evaluate this information however is up to your own conscience, morals and ethics. I for one would prefer to oppose the implied Machiavellian, hedonistic, and nihilistic calculated nepotism this post could be interpreted as promoting. Just know what you're getting yourself into, to what degree and what can be done with that. Not to mention those who show interest might be LEA themselves or just decide to fuck with you for the sake of it sometime even if they're not.

Text wouldn't fit in one post. Fuck. What am I doing with my life.


 No.1039512

>>1039501

>xrandr

The VESA driver should be able to handle this automatically - most monitors have linux support and you'll even see the code of the monitor. Unless you're using no-brand chink monitor /CRT or the wires are lacking some of the "pins" for VESA. Or maybe you're forcing two 1080p displays, I think it can only do one ~2Mpixel.

>>1039486

From what I heard 9xx worked flawlessly before though don't know about nouveau and how the distro and DE handles it - mostly clusterfuck but you can go for a non-bloat distro like arch or gentoo but it's too complicated but worth a shot. Usually the most foolproof DE would be KDE and XFCE only.

>SSD

Might work faster but it's not worth if you're on gentoo and compiling 40GB space for chrome you'll be thrashing the drive fast. What I'd do though is mount the necessary "drive-thrashing" directories into HDD since fast r/w won't speed up the compile and not worth for the SSD.

Anyway I think that's a fairly powerful CPU and GPU so it should be able to play some 3d hentai at best.

>>1038846

Look for the atom x5 z8350 or higher. Fanless and sometimes sold as windows tablets.

>>1039505

>TEMPEST for Elise

That's the monitor snooping right? Not even bugged wires are needed. I also heard about monitors having some form of reflective thing in them that lets it transmit signal better, also smartphones does too. Back then they could only track kepyad dialtones from dumbphones and when smartphones came around they did the same thing but touch areas. Can literally snoop a person by just the touch areas and they can guess by scaling a keyboard over the touch points. Also these beaconphones can probably snoop on keystrokes of 'special keyboards'. ferrite shielding is the answer or just build a faraday room with lead bricks


 No.1039513

Does betterprivacy addon still exist?

I didn't remember installing pepper flash but yeah it's theere, it's probably pulled as dep by ungoogled chromium but I had LSO cookies for quite a while and shocked to see it was there after pale moon 28 update. If you updated you should check it too

Even the plugin was in "always activated" which I don't remember being that way ever from older pale moon installs.

I got an old copy of betterprivacy from https://softfamous.com/betterprivacy/ but not sure if it's clean.

Here's an older copy from a much more trustable source https://www.softpedia.com/get/Internet/Internet-Applications-Addons/Mozilla-Extensions/BetterPrivacy.shtml

Anyway did Mozilla intentionally do this? So they can still monopolize this kind of user tracking? The fuck, also can't find any similar addons, not even mozilla wants to keep archives to addons like this (I'll check icecat addons later).


 No.1039516


 No.1039518

>>1039501

>how did you manage with that potato for so long?

When I built it everything I put in was top of the line and I treated it well over the years. The original HDDs even still work although the secondary one clicks a lot so I pulled all the data off of it awhile ago. I guess I got used to it and as the years rolled on I stopped playing games (aside from emulators) and got out of doing anything too intensive. I overclocked the CPU and GPU as soon as I built it and it has hummed a long ever since. Also, been blocking ads/scripts and running a lightweight web browser since 2000 pretty much. Never liked javascript anyway so I stuck mostly to just html and text browsers.

I started out on Windows 98 on that particular machine. Moved on to Windows 2000, spent a short time on XP, installed Slackware for the first time soon after it came out. Had to buy the CD/manual at the local wal-mart because I was on dial-up back then and didn't want to tie the phone line up downloading the ISO. Got broadband soon after and tried out a lot of different distros until I settled on Gentoo somewhere in the mid-2000s. Just been shitposting with it ever since then. It even plays video pretty well still as long as I'm careful about what resolution it's in although a lot of modern mkv/mp4 files peg the CPU at 99%.

Really love that PC. Going to re-purpose it as a firewall for my network now that I've gotten something better and finally have the money to build myself a new PC. I'll probably use this machine for a little while until I build something for myself. Been looking at these new CPUs coming out and kinda waiting to see if POWER9 or RISC-V is going to be the way to go. I don't like the idea of a botnet CPU so I'm weary of this i7 in it.

Anyway, thanks. I was concerned about SDDs constantly being written to while compiling. I'll just off load those directories to one of the HDDs then.


 No.1039519

>>1039501

>my gtx 970 stutters with two screens that have mismatched refresh rates. kinda pisses me off

I forgot to ask: I plan on running multiple screens how bad is this stutter? I'm wanting to hook up four monitors.

Also for anyone else lurking: I need a new trackball. What are you guys using these days?


 No.1039520

I'm trying to set up a internet killswitch on linux using nordvpn.

The built in killswitch option doesn't seem to work, because I'm able to connect to the internet after disconnecting.

I tried setting up ufw rules, but even after setting default in/out to deny, I'm still able to post here... plz help


 No.1039525

>>1039518

>I was concerned about SDDs constantly being written to while compiling. I'll just off load those directories to one of the HDDs then.

Why not just set up PORTAGE_TMPDIR as a tmpfs partition if you have enough RAM to spare? Or are there pitfalls to that?

t. not a gentoofag, but curious nonetheless


 No.1039538

>>1039512

>The VESA driver should be able to handle this automatically

I need to go through xrandr to add custom resolutions. I've had to go through this over VGA for a CRT or two but, that was under intel so it worked.

1280x1024@60.009 or some bullshit and 1920x1080@60. don't worry about it, I'm sick of giving myself a headache when I don't use the smaller panel all that much anymore.

>>1039518

>>1039519

> I was concerned about SDDs constantly being written to while compiling.

I really wouldn't worry about it, a decent modern SSD can write +100TB without problems. my oldest drive, samsung 830 128GB from 2012, has like 20TB written to it with no issues.

>how bad is this stutter?

I only notice it with video playback and games.

for reference I run Kubuntu 18.10 with nvidia 390.116


 No.1039605

I have a computer that will not under any circumstances play sound but I want to use it as my main machine since I like it.

I have a Raspberry Pi that sips power and I'm wondering if there's a way without using anything on a network to just have these two computers plug into a hard drive and share it at the same time? Like a chroot mashup I should be able to do? I just need the rpi to run mocp and mpv while feeding info in from the main computer. That way I can keep using my ppc system as my main net machine without having to take files off if I want to listen to them.

So the point would be that my home directory is on the shared hard driveI've set up veracrypt on it but that problem isn't here yet and the RPI just powers up, accesses the same hard drive and I can play my music and videos on the pi while using my PPC as the main machine.

Could this sort of thing work? Is there anything I should look into before trying this?


 No.1039612

Could someone with some knowledge on boot loaders offer some advice? From what I've seen, GRUB looks like a popular choice, but I've also heard that it's kind of a big guy, compared to Syslinux, for example.

What should I look for in a boot loader and what should I generally avoid? Thanks.


 No.1039617

Is GuixSD a good distro to use or does it lack too many packages/ is too buggy? The Guix packaging system seems pretty nice. Have any of you used it? What are the good and bad sides of it?


 No.1039629

>>1039612

GRUB 2 is the one you probably want to use. Install it if you don't have any reason to not use it (if you want to multi-boot, remember to install os-prober too). LILO and SYSLINUX are simpler/more lightweight options but they don't support (U)EFI. GRUB 2 and rEFInd are better and easier to use for booting in (U)EFI mode. LILO used to be the standard bootloader but it isn't in development anymore and it has certain limitations, however, LILO is very easy to use (but keep in mind that grub-mkconfig does most of the work for you if you choose to use grub2). Actually, there are many different versions of the SYSLINUX bootloader, for example there is ISOLINUX that is used for booting from a CD-ROM. There is a version of SYSLINUX that supports UEFI but it has some limitations for booting in UEFI mode, see the relevant page from Arch Linux wiki. Finally, there used to be a fork of LILO called ELILO that supported booting in EFI mode. oh, and use Das U-boot for embedded devices.

Refer to these pages for further info: https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Bootloader and https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Arch_boot_process#Boot_loader

>>1039617

> does it lack too many packages

<see https://www.gnu.org/software/guix/packages/

I would honestly use NixOS instead (or some other distro; NixOS is just the closest distro to GuixSD). While GuixSD is certainly very interesting distro, it seems too experimental at the moment tbh. The last time I tried it, I couldn't get it to work, however, that was a long time ago so the distro has probably improved a lot since then.


 No.1039664

I'm looking to switch to a tiling windows manager. I've always used xfce/KDE in the past but the idea of doing everything with the keyboard looks a lot better. I'm trying to eliminate the mouse as much as possible because it's starting to hurt to use it for extended periods of time. Thinking of replacing the mouse with a trackball and going full keyboard.

Anyway I'm wondering if any of you guys have made the move and what you're using. From a brief look around I'm thinking of trying i3 or going with Sway. Any suggestions or reasons why I should avoid starting with either of those? I need something with good multi-monitor support. Right now I'm running 5 monitors and plan to add at least one more soon.


 No.1039681

>>1039664

unplug the mouse right now


 No.1039698

Hi /tech/, I just got my hands on few Dell Lattitude (e6330, e6520, e6530). They are password blocked BIOS. How can I install Gentoo? Any easy software method? Reset?

USB internal flash?

External flash is possible?

Any help would be very appreciated.


 No.1039699

>>1039664

Sway isn't ready yet, and won't be for a long time, (likely never because wayland is broken by design garbage).

>good multi-monitor support

Neither has good multi-monitor support. Go with a decent floating WM like openbox in that case.


 No.1039703

>>1039698

if they didn't fall off a truck you can call up dell to unlock them, there seems to be a few sites that can give you a code from the service tag as well. who knows if that's trustworthy or not though.


 No.1039725

>>1039703

Well the point is I don't know as I got an ebay lot. But thanks, I will try that if can't do it by myself.

If anyone has other ideas about bypassing Bios lock on Dell Lattitude (e6330, e6520, e6530), I take it gratefully.


 No.1039729

>>1039158

Thanks anon.


 No.1039734

>>1039699

>Neither has good multi-monitor support. Go with a decent floating WM like openbox in that case.

I thought i3 was built for multi-monitor support from the ground up? Is there a tiling manager with decent multi-monitor support? I don't mind a floating WM but I'm really interested in making the switch.


 No.1039753

>>1039664

I've used dwm and I have pretty good opinions about it, but I hate the patching and so will you if you use anything from suckless

It is a dynamic wm, which means it automatically organises your open windows in a preconfigured layout, unlike i3 which makes you manually organise them on your screen by default; It has tags instead of workspaces, which I find to be better.

I haven't tried using a custom taskbar, but I guess you could easily use one if you want to.

There's also Awesome (dynamic wm) which is written in Lua if you're interested in that, Ratpoison (manual twm) and Stumpwm (ratpoison but written in lisp), or if you use emacs as your main editor, you could use Exwm as your window manager.

If you want to read about tilling window managers and check them out, go to https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Comparison_of_tiling_window_managers , which has list of many wm and their characteristics. There's also a similar page with floating wm, once you get your trackball you may want to check those out, some of them are really cool.


 No.1039786

File: 00869ce3463d6cf⋯.jpg (55.99 KB, 800x520, 20:13, 800px-CassetteAndMicrocass….jpg)

/tech/ I need your help:

I have a microcassette (pic related)

I want to copy/convert the data to a digital format. Is there a better way than copying to cassette, then computer? I have not found a microcassette reader with RCA output. Thanks for tips and time.


 No.1039788

>>1039786

You can get a micro->full sized converter with an RCA out.


 No.1039794

How do you create a url? It keeps giving me a error page when trying to create a board on this site.


 No.1039804

>>1034903

>>1035400

You should mount your drive with UTF-8 encoding. However, if only those German characters don't work and other (Cyrillic, Kanji) do you might have to mount it using the original codepage which could be Windows-1250 or ISO-8859-2.

http://mybookworld.wikidot.com/forum/t-103122/solved-mount-encoding-utf8-vfat-problem


 No.1039805

>>1039786

Do you have a micro player?


 No.1039807

File: 37d8ac92bc1b025⋯.jpg (39.84 KB, 352x252, 88:63, 1396596517539.jpg)

I found an encripted HDD

It literally ask for key before anything loads, i can't acces it on other devices.

How do i remove the pasword, doesn't matter if i lose all data in it, i just want to make it useful again.


 No.1039821

>>1039807

>How do i remove the pasword, doesn't matter if i lose all data in it, i just want to make it useful again.

You don't have to remove password, just format the disk.

You're using windows, aren't you?


 No.1039824

>>1039821

I tryed it gives me an error.

>you're using windows

I used everything even placed it in an xbox, it gives me an error and refuse to format.


 No.1039831

>>1039824

>I used everything even placed it in an xbox, it gives me an error and refuse to format.

That sounds like a bait, but whatever.

Try this https://www.windowscentral.com/how-clean-and-format-storage-drive-But seriously install GNU/Linux.


 No.1039832


 No.1039854

>>1033987

>lazy evaluation

>white

Since you're clearly an expert, how do you remove the tranny.coc virus from the hatechan DB? Thanks.

CM


 No.1039861

I have an 8.1 machine that for some reason cause my entire WiFi network to shut down and reset. It is limited to the 2.4 GHz network of my ISP combo box, and for some reason whenever I try to download anything to this sytem from anywhere, it fucks up my whole network.

why the fuck does this happen.


 No.1039873

Trying to set up i2p on ubuntu 18.10.

How do I get it done?

Online installation from version 17 and below didn't work.

Anybody?


 No.1039876

>>1039873

Go to the I2P website, get the installer, follow the installation instructions.


 No.1039878

>>1039786

You have several options, you can simply find a recorder that can convert micro to normal cassette. Then record the regular cassette audio. If such a thing even exists(?) Then get the RCA output into a CD.

Option two, if it has an output plug hole that plays the recording, simply plug that output into a mixer with a 3.5 mm TRS Female to 1/4" TRS Male Adaptor, and adjust the volume, mixers usually have RCA holes and you can go from there.

Or you can go to an extreme option (which I caution you avoid, but screw it) and take the microcassette player apart and get the cables connected to the speaker output, build a small breadboard amp for those (microcasesette speaker) output cables - then, an rca cable output from the amp circuit, into your desired digital recorder (sony, tascam, whatever).

I'm not a professional at this. But hey.


 No.1039879

>>1039876

Did that. Getting some kind of untrusted repository issue. it doesn't trust it.


 No.1039883

>>1039249

>you can make variables with inlined struct types

Fuck I've needed this for so long, didn't know it was possible.


 No.1039892

Is Profile guided optimization a viable way to generate more efficient machine code or is it just another glownig abstraction botnet for lazy programmers who don't want to optimize by hand?


 No.1039904

Is there a reliable way to circumvent/defeat public wifi portals? Even free public wifi places like starbucks now require you to sign up with a valid email through a browser portal.


 No.1039968

File: 89ba67d8336090f⋯.jpg (28.88 KB, 659x676, 659:676, 89ba67d8336090fb7f59427c6c….jpg)

Is there any theme for XFCE, MATE, KDE, or i3 that makes it look like the UI from the Wii or 3DS?


 No.1039980

File: 4da88bb7f694adf⋯.jpg (32.85 KB, 620x323, 620:323, terratecphase26-mbcLsYQJ.v….jpg)

>>1039878

>Option two, if it has an output plug hole that plays the recording, simply plug that output into a mixer with a 3.5 mm TRS Female to 1/4" TRS Male Adaptor, and adjust the volume, mixers usually have RCA holes and you can go from there.

Thank you very much, it sounds like the best option. I have an old digital audio interface, I guess it will do.


 No.1040017

>>1039980

>>1039786

Sorry to be a bit late, but isn't this the format used for older tape recorders? You may be able to find one of those with a headphone port. From there, playback and record into a digital file. Definitely avoid transcoding to cassette to digital. Tape's a pretty shitty format.


 No.1040066

>>1039629

Thanks for the information. The device I'm using to familiarize myself with Linux doesn't use UEFI so I'll stick with the lighter option for now, but I'll keep in mind UEFI support for later devices.


 No.1040073

>>1039968

The answer to this interests me as well


 No.1040091

File: 3fd7a2a3277afc7⋯.png (4.01 MB, 1137x1618, 1137:1618, ClipboardImage.png)

Cringe-worthy begging request: Will someone please create a youtube account for me? For whatever reason, I literally can't no matter what I try.


 No.1040092

is it feasible to connect a camera and an occulus rift to an arduino/rasp pi and route the camera feed to the occulus?


 No.1040105

>>1040091

Sent you a pm with the login details


 No.1040126

Is there a FOSS alternative to Wolfram Alpha and Symbolab Math Solver for GNU/Linux? I've been using these two to check my math problems and whether my solutions are indeed correct, but I would like an alternative to them that I can have on my computer when offline and without any subscriptions or anything like that. I see there's GNU Octave and SageMath, do they really have this step-by-step and problem-solving feature that I can use to check my results?

Also, somewhat related question. I'm trying to use my laptop to replace my notebook, so what are the best options out there to type math formulas? LaTeX seems a little bit too verbose to keep with my note taking, but I see you can use Yasnippets to speed up the typing process, but I don't know if there's a better alternative more suited for typing shit on the fly.

By the way, I need not only algebra, but calculus, so an algebra only solution to my two questions will not be enough.


 No.1040142


 No.1040170

How do I make NUT start on boot with systemdicks? I'm having to run `sudo upsdrvctl start` each time I restart.


 No.1040191

>>1040142

I appreciate the help anon, but it was most likely my fault as I was attempting to configure it to start up during the boot phase. Simply reinstalled ubuntu and reconfigured. Thanks again.


 No.1040244

Newfag here. Really liked the shell thread. Are there any archives of old shell threads?

Shell thread for reference: https://8ch.net/tech/res/1003160.html#q1003160


 No.1040288

File: d50059d597d6a48⋯.gif (1.17 MB, 299x169, 23:13, 456875874567.gif)

Is there some useful website where you "lounge" around in the background while doing something when even 8ch is too slow and you don't want to keep checking on it?


 No.1040290

>>1040288

What are you asking?


 No.1040306

How do I delete/destruct a class in C++.

I tried delete this; but the program just crashed.


 No.1040316

>>1040306

If you poke C++ with a stick to see if it does what you want, you're going to have a really bad time.


 No.1040327

>>1040316

Can you mentor me then?


 No.1040413

I need to get a new laptop for Uni, can someone recommend a cheap laptop to buy for under $400?


 No.1040415

>>1038682

>There's a login page on an HTTP website. Username and password. I want to test a list of passwords for a certain username, but I'd better do this in CLI than refreshing the GUI. How do I see if this is possible?

Just test it in the GUI with as many takes as it requires until it tells you to wait a couple of times to see how it behaves. Write a bash or python script adapted to the html that does the work for you. Proxychain with a diverse list + random timing delays between attempts. Not sure what kind of answer you were expecting.

>>1039042

>Just got a new W10 laptop for work, an E580 Thinkpad. Any advice on how to uninstall all the bloatware that comes with properly? Good lists over everything to get rid of or whatever? Also looking to remove all the telemetry, obviously.

Haven't been on windows in years, but I remember someone from voat.co (freer reddit clone) had made a script. Can't remember the name of the latest version though, and can't remember if it was w7 exclusive. It may have been discontinued.

>>1039129

>Is it possible to recover a video that was unsaved on Android? You know when you haven't pressed the stop button and it shows up in the gallery?

I have no idea what I'm talking about, but if you could find a way quickly after to check or dump the storage space the file is saved to by default (probably RAM) in binary or hex and then check for the pattern that indicates the beginning of a file type of which your phone saves recordings of by default you'll probably be able to get it back next time. Or look for a photorec alternative for android.

>>1039236

>Hello, I am messing around on Tails and, after having created a persistent volume to save shitposting images in, I am unable to save any with Tor Browser because "Permission Denied." Being tech-illiterate I can no figure out how to grant the browser access to my files. I've been looking in about:config and searching the web for an answer but I can't figure it out. Can you please help me?

Tor Browser can only see its own designated [spoiler]*giggle*[/spoiler] Tor Browser folder in Tails, I assume it's for security reasons and so a good thing. Just move them yourself or write a script to do so automatically.

>>1039512

>build a faraday room with lead bricks

Life goal. Now if only I could do that without having to fund the type of research that ensured widespread use of what made us need what you mentioned in the first place.

>>1039520

>I'm trying to set up a internet killswitch on linux using nordvpn. The built in killswitch option doesn't seem to work, because I'm able to connect to the internet after disconnecting. I tried setting up ufw rules, but even after setting default in/out to deny, I'm still able to post here... plz help

This will sound pretty crude, but try writing a couple of scripts. Something like

(current iptables.rules) > (iptables.rules.backup)
iptables -F
iptables -P INPUT DROP
iptables -P FORWARD DROP
iptables -P OUTPUT DROP
sudo service iptables save
for the killswitch and
iptables -F
iptables-restore < (iptables.rules.backup)
sudo service iptables save
for setting it back.

>>1040288

>Is there some useful website where you "lounge" around in the background while doing something when even 8ch is too slow and you don't want to keep checking on it?

I'm sure you haven't read every man page in existence anon. How about that or reading a book?But seriously, this sounds like a fed question and a lot of communities don't like new users that don't take an efort to fit into the standards and culture correctly. Some of the niche subreddits are pretty nice. For imageboards there's NPCchan, Lainchan, kohlchan and endchan. Slashdot, lobste.rs and soylentnews can be nice for keeping up with news. arxiv.org for papers, libgen for books and I think that's enough spoonfeeding for now, officer. Wouldn't mind seeing more answers to this question either though, this interests me as well. Nothing is procrastination if you're brave enough. All procrastination is productive if you're brave enough.


 No.1040418

Why do Youtube videos have 60fps solely for higher HD resolutions like 720p and 1080p? Is there some way to compress or reduce the resolution of the 60 fps video, like a 360p60fps kind of thing so it's easier on my garbage cap?

Forgive me if this is a stupid question since I have next to no knoweldge on the subject.


 No.1040421

What the fuck does this $50 thing actually do?:

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/wifi/32798495689.html


 No.1040430

>>1039042

>how to uninstall all the bloatware

Install Windows Server 2019 Datacenter.

Obviously you're going to have to install the drivers manually, so you should check out the availability of drivers on your vendors website first.

You can disable telemetry and other bullshit over the group editor.


 No.1040432

>>1040421

It repeats WIFI signals, stupid.


 No.1040433

>>1040421

From what I understand it's just your average repeater, it picks up your wifi signal and then repeats it for greater range.


 No.1040436

>>1040413

If you have to ask this, you probably don't belong here.


 No.1040444

I have an old Thinkpa t400 with Linux Mint 17.2 installed and could use some help. When I tried uninstall a game a few years ago it ended up deleting some type of graphic folder which stopped it from displaying the regular desktop when I logged in, I also forgot my previous user/password as well.

Is there anyway to restore the computer to its initial settings? I bought the computer with Linux already installed and the computer itself still works and lets me access BIOS utility.


 No.1040445

>>1040444

Boot from a liveusb, copy the important data to an external drive, format the internal drive, ???, profit


 No.1040460

Hey guys I fucked up my bash - installed a newer version but it required some library I don't have, and now I can't run any commands, NOR BRING BACK THE OLD VERSION. What can I do now?


 No.1040475

>>1040460

nevermind I found the lib on the internet and copied it to /usr/lib64 (fortunately could still run sudo CP for some reason?)

But now I have another question. I have a vpn config file in /etc/openvpn which ruins the vpnfailsafe script (https://github.com/wknapik/vpnfailsafe). The script is supposed to set some iptables rules. When I run it through OpenVPN from the command line, it works perfectly. But through NetworkManager IT DOESN'T SET THOSE IPTABLES RULES. Even though the VPN is still running. Why is that?


 No.1040490

File: a223f98437db307⋯.jpg (16.79 KB, 347x346, 347:346, confusion.jpg)

Where do .bin files come from?

How do I make .bin files?


 No.1040497

>>1040490

The GCC fairy places a binary under your pillow whenever you compile ans code.


 No.1040503

>>1040497

I have 0 idea what any of that meanst


 No.1040510

>>1040503

You computer doesn't know what codes means. It must be compiled with the end result being a binary file that your computer can run.


 No.1040517

>>1040510

So bin is for binary, and not like, a bin like a storage container. Thank you


 No.1040592

shit-at-awk question:

I want to format the output of a ps command. Here's an example of what ps gives:


prg1 1374944
mpv 690428
firefox 437980
WebExtensions 323652
Web Content 308968
Web Content 259236
Web Content 191760
Web Content 170584
Xorg 137160
program 117876

The numbers are kilobytes, and I'd like it in megabytes. I can use awk to do this

>awk '{$NF=int($NF/1024)"M";}{ print;}'

but it messes up the formatting by making the spacing between the program name and the memory into one space. How can I restore the spacing? Note that program names can have spaces in them, which is my main hurdle. How do I make columns out of everything before the last column and the last column? Bonus points if it fits into the first awk command, but anything that works is appreciated.


 No.1040606

>>1040592

I ended up using sed to replace multiple spaces with a tab and setting awk's delimiter to tab. Was able to fix it.


 No.1040683

>>1040415

>>1040290

Not a fed, I just have OCD and I for some autistic reason I can't do work that doesn't involve internet use without a browser open. Checking for new posts on 8chan is what I usually do but it's sort of distracting at the same time when I'm doing something else. It's hard to explain. It's like something to give a sense that you're not staring at empty space/your wallpaper on your screen while doing work. It's not a community per se, just some random website to stare at from time to time while putting your mind to something else. It's procrastination and not procrastination at the same time.


 No.1040695

File: 04d66befaa3cf29⋯.jpg (25.12 KB, 320x320, 1:1, cat_autism.jpg)

>>733048

I'm a brainlet who lacks common sense. Is Windows Defender with Malwarebytes good enough or should I also install a more professional antivirus like Avast to make up for Windows Defender's inadequacies?


 No.1040699

>>1040695

install ublock origin and don't download shady shit.

learn how to use umatrix for bonus points, though it can be infuriating with modern sites.

alternatively, install gentoo.


 No.1040703

>>1040695

Honestly, if you don't download anything from russian warez forums, click on free_nudes.exe and grant administrator privileges to literally anything that asks for it, you should mostly be fine. Warnings are there for a reason, so don't click past them without reading first.


 No.1040704

>>733048

>install ublock origin

already have. used it to clean up jewtube and remove all the extra trash and recommended shit

>>1040703

I'm a brainlet because I almost fell for >>1014401. I would've installed it were it not for me needing an account

Okay, second question. How trustworthy is:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Piracy/comments/9wzu0f/ltsc_2019_rereleased_iso_x32x64_en/

(I know reddit is for fags)

Did I fall for malware and am now running spyware? I see there is some type of program they used in the comments comparing it to the official evaluation Windows ISO (the difference being the former isn't evaluation and can be activated) to confirm it's not malware. Can I trust them?


 No.1040709

>>1040695

install uBlockOrigin on your browser and enable all filters under malware. under "settings" enable "advanced user" settings and click "disable auditing", "prevent wRTC leaks", "disable javascript", "block remote fonts". under "connected domains" of the uBO drop-down menu globally block 3rd party scripts. that should be enough.

>>1040704

don't download windows outside of microsoft's official website or distributors. nothing else is trustworthy. and Microsoft isn't trustworthy itself so might as well download that shit.


 No.1040710

>>1040704

No you can't trust them. Whatever shit you have on your system probably has some form of cryptominer or malware to steal your banking/social media/steam credentials. At this point, should just install Gentoo.

https://wiki.installgentoo.com/wiki/GNU/Linux


 No.1040724

File: 15cf4216c222a15⋯.jpg (16.32 KB, 326x326, 1:1, cat_reeeeee.jpg)

>>1040710

>install gentoo

it's not funny!


 No.1040756

Ok, so I have a retarded question.

I have a x220 running arch. I see on the wiki that the dpi should be set if it's not detected automatically. Setting the dpi to 125.37 makes everything bigger so instead I set it only for fonts in fontconfig but now I am confused. Can the fonts be rendered at a different dpi than the screen ? I don't have the ips screen.


 No.1040777

>>1040756

you can have them render to whatever you want, I like 125% in firefox on my laptop, system fonts at like 115%.


 No.1040808

>>1040777

Yes but what should look best ?


 No.1040869

>>1040808

amusing it's rendering the text correctly, the size you like.


 No.1040934

>>1039664

KDE has pointerkeys where you can use numkeys as mouse though since the beginning of this year they just decided to remove it. Used to be in the mouse settings, if you have LTS you might still have it.

You can use numkeys which is much more effective than clitmouse meme. My only problem is where the conf file is though I already have an idea how to activate it

Alt +f2 > keyboard > advanced > misc ... > shift+num .. pointerkeys


 No.1040935

>>1040724

*calculate *cough*


 No.1040937

>>1040756

Fonts render differently from different applications.

KDE and other DE has its own font rendering.

Gtk and X programs are likely to ignore KDE's so you'll have to set Xresources

Here's an example of my config

Xft.autohint: 1

Xft.lcdfilter: lcddefault

Xft.hintstyle: hintfull

Xft.hinting: 1

Xft.antialias: 1

Xft.rgba: rgb

Xft.dpi:96

run xrdb ~/.Xresources

after

It's also advised to configure your /etc/fonts/local.conf and link stuff in /etc/fonts/conf.d since arch font defaults are terrible.

You can calculate dpi with this https://www.sven.de/dpi/


 No.1040957

I am using Ubuntu 18.04 and I have an external hard drive that I want to use for backups. I have formatted it to ext4 (one partition), but when I plug it in it get automatically mounted as read-only. How can I get the system to mount it automatically when plugged in as read/write?

$ lsblk
NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT
sda 8:0 0 931.5G 0 disk
└─sda1 8:1 0 931.5G 0 part /
sdb 8:16 0 931.5G 0 disk
└─sdb1 8:17 0 931.5G 0 part

I tried

sudo mount -o rw /dev/sdb1 /media/anon/derp/
but the drive is still read-only.


 No.1040971

File: b9ea5ce89fc6eca⋯.jpg (292.96 KB, 1000x1000, 1:1, 11.jpg)

Hey.

I'm studying mathematics at a uni and I'd like to supplement with some computer science knowledge.

I found this program which seems interesting:

https://github.com/ossu/computer-science

Is this program good enough, or should I just take extra computer science courses in my uni?


 No.1040977

>>1040971

>Is this program good enough, or should I just take extra computer science courses in my uni?

https://github.com/ossu/code-of-conduct

On a serious note, I have just recently graduated math and I can say that computer science classes have been a waste of time. I had to take them because I was required to have an applied field, but most of the time I was more productive just staying at home and reading the lecture notes at my own pace. There is something about computer scientists that makes them very bad at explaining things.

For self-study I can recommend the book Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (SICP). It's treated as somewhat of a meme, but it is an actual computer science book. It teaches fundamental CS concepts instead of programming, so you should supplement it with real-world programming as well. You can get the book for free and the lectures are on YouTube as well.

https://sicpebook.wordpress.com/ebook/ (version with better typesetting)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Op3QLzMgSY&list=PLE18841CABEA24090

Videos have the advantage that you can speed them up (very useful for slow speakers) and you can scroll back and forth.

Again, it is very important to stress that this is a very theoretical lecture. You need to supplement it by first learning the command-line interface, and then a real programming language. If you want to stay with Lisp like they do in the lecture you can do that, but you will need a Lisp geared towards the real world. Racket and Guile are good if you want a Scheme (the type of Lisp used in SICP), but if you want something industrial-strength you should look into Common Lisp (very ugly, but includes pretty much anything you would want). (there is also Emacs Lisp, but that's just the scripting language for Emacs, it has nothing to do with Scheme or Common Lisp)

https://racket-lang.org/

http://www.gnu.org/software/guile/

https://common-lisp.net/

Lisp (and Scheme in particular) is a nice choice for mathematicians because it supports functional programming. Functional programming is a very "math-like" form of programming where data is immutable (if x is 5, then it cannot five minutes later be 7) and we use recursion instead of loops. Lisp also one of the first (or maybe the first?) languages to support symbolic programming.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Functional_programming

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symbolic_programming

The only downside of Lisp is that it's a lonely language. You are far more likely to find people who know C, Java or Python. When I took a class on image processing the exercises were using Python because Python is basically pseudocode that actually runs, and there is a shitton of libraries available for it. It was a math class, so the programming wasn't particularly important and there as a short introduction to get people competent enough in Python to solve the exercises, so I wouldn't worry too much about the choice of language.


 No.1041095

File: aac8682eaca33ff⋯.jpg (12.43 KB, 220x226, 110:113, 12345tyhjmk,jhbvtyre (37).jpg)

Is there any free e mail provider that doesn't require you to have coockies turned on?


 No.1041109

>>1041095

Any that allow pop3/imap access


 No.1041117

File: a8d47b846e3fef7⋯.jpg (31.38 KB, 1200x712, 150:89, increase-windows-10-laptop….jpg)

Hi /tech/, how do I increase volume on my computer ? I've installed drivers for my realtek soundcard but I want more dB in my ears, how can I do to increase volume sound ?

Should I buy a DAC ? I don't want to if I don't need to.


 No.1041122

File: ea9d3ea0a7ac5ec⋯.jpg (93.48 KB, 582x761, 582:761, cfr30e.jpg)

Does a cold fusion reactor operating at sub-200V require significant radiation shielding?


 No.1041136

>>1041122

No, you can (and should) put your dick in it.


 No.1041142

>>1041122

Are you for real?!


 No.1041169

>>1040937

I mostly need my font rendering for qutebrowser, I don't have any kde or gtk apps.

That being said I'm already fully aware of the ins and outs of fontconfig. I'm just confused about the dpi.


 No.1041175

>>1040957

your user is probably not in storage groups


 No.1041184

>>1041175

My user is in all groups there are:

$ groups
anon adm cdrom sudo dip plugdev lpadmin sambashare
$ groups anon
anon : anon adm cdrom sudo dip plugdev lpadmin sambashare

I think I solved it by chwoning /media/anon/Backup to myself instead of root. I can now write to the disc, I'll see if it stays like that after a reboot tomorrow.


 No.1041197

>>1041117

explain your setup.

if you're using headphones it could have a higher than average impedance, which would benefit from an amp.


 No.1041214

>>1041197

I have no setup. I've just plugged my headphone on my green jack on the back of my motherboard.


 No.1041222

>>1041214

Then you need louder headphones or an amplifier. You don't need a DAC but most DACs have an integrated amp.


 No.1041296

>>1041117

>realtek

Uninstall all sound drivers, disable driver signature and use universal Dolby drivers. On linux, your only choice is to use a high quality DAC or maybe get a better flat/equal frequency response earphone w/o need for equalizer and must be 32Ω. 16Ω is weak shit.

Linux audio is already strong enough for me with a 108dB 32Ω earphone that I only need 30% volume and 60% when it's raining audibly, no DAC.


 No.1041301

For atom feeds, is it in the spec that HTML tags should be displayed? Will HTML tags work in all RSS clients?


 No.1041305

>>1041184

> I can now write to the disc, I'll see if it stays like that after a reboot tomorrow.

Yes, I still have write access. I wish there was a comprehensive guide somewhere on how this auto-mounting magic is controlled. Every guide is focused on manually mounting stuff with mount, or at best adding entries to the fstab file.


 No.1041391

File: dde97db3a1031db⋯.jpg (939.67 KB, 2560x1440, 16:9, fans.jpg)

I'm having a fan problem that I wonder if anyone can help me with. Ever since I did a hard restart when my OS (Xubuntu) locked up while compiling something the other night, my case fan has been going on and off full blast with extreme regularity. I've timed the intervals and it doesn't seem to be stochastic at all. Anyone know what's going on?


 No.1041402

File: 6a21aa64ece9de4⋯.png (1.31 MB, 1024x768, 4:3, 111.png)

>>1040977

I was worried about missing out on the essential theoretical concepts like algorithms and data structures, but I guess I can learn theory on my own too. Not having to pay for an extra class is a bonus.

I'm sure learning a language on your own is both more enjoyable and productive than learning it in a uni class.

I've been interested in SICP since I read about it on the wiki. I definitely give it a try. The combination of a book and video lectures is exactly how I study in uni anyway.

Thanks you, Anon. I'll just focus on my math degree and not bother with extra uni courses


 No.1041430

>>1041402

> I was worried about missing out on the essential theoretical concepts like algorithms and data structures, but I guess I can learn theory on my own too. Not having to pay for an extra class is a bonus.

Yes, algorithms and data structures are not really something you would need a class on. Now, developing the mindset that leads one to be able to discover and prove those algorithms and data structures is another topic. It's like the difference between using math (what an engineer does) and knowing about axioms, theorems and proofs (what a mathematician does). SICP is very good in that regard, hence why I said that it's a book about computer science and not programming, but it's still just a basic level textbook (even though that basic level will still make you godlike compared to your typical Pajeet and webdev hipster).

>>1041402

>Thanks you, Anon. I'll just focus on my math degree and not bother with extra uni courses

The advantage of a university course is that in the end you have a piece of paper that proves you did attend classes and pass exams, that you didn't just make up a bunch of BS on your resume.


 No.1041445

File: d0fdbc555b89a13⋯.png (1.72 MB, 2481x3508, 2481:3508, 86hnusw6n4i11.png)

I want to install some web browser on my thinkpad that lets me browse somewhat securely without logging or tracking too much, be it via plugins or other means. For reasons that I can't go too deep into detail, I can't cyanogen it (is it even worth it by the way?), but I'm open to all suggestions, and thanks in advance.


 No.1041485

>>1041445

I personally use GNU Icecat, but you can check this list:

https://spyware.neocities.org/articles/browsers.html


 No.1041501

>>1041485

Thanks. Tried installing a version of IceCatMobile, but for some reason it comes Pocket and all that jazz. Is it possible to remove all this junk or am I just stuck with an "alternative" botnet? by the way, the place I got is F-Droid.org and they have their site already on the Top Sites list, including gnu.org and fsf.org, should I be concerned about f-droid.org self plugging their shit or is it okay?


 No.1041504

>>1041501

Your new is showing


 No.1041506

>>1041504

I know, that was the point

Though I understand why you wouldn't spoonfeed me and I respect that


 No.1041508

>>1040418

Not without downloading the whole video and resampling it. It's doubtful that you need 60fps for most videos, so it's best to just tell jewtube to keep everything at 360p or something, and forgo the buttery-smooth framerate.

>>1040490

BIN files are just undefined binary files. The extension isn't specific. Often, BIN files tend to be firmware files, or ROM dumps (mainly Genesis/Mega Drive ROMs).


 No.1041509

>>1041501

fdroid is fine get the app don't download it manually you baka, but you're running android with jewgle already. private tabs in a firefox type browser is probably the best you're going to get.

I think you can turn off pocket and such in about:config but I don't know how locked down the mobile versions are.

btw the cyanogen name has been dead for years.


 No.1041511

>>1041509

>download it

download apps*


 No.1041513

>>1041509

>get the app don't download it manually you baka

too late

>but you're running android with jewgle already. private tabs in a firefox type browser is probably the best you're going to get

yeah I know that I was fucked from the start but for the time being I can't change the underlying operating system.

>btw the cyanogen name has been dead for years.

Really? Goes to show how out of touch I am. What's the next thing people have done to use their thinkpads/smartphones without having to used jewed out versions of android?


 No.1041515

I compiled tox and it doesn't open the window when I receive a message or it used to at least, it has to be closed to the tray for it to work when it used to open if it was just minimized. Am I missing a dependency or something else messed up?


 No.1041522

I'm using microg los in japan. Apple unified location backend works perfectly fine together with jewgle map Offline if you cache the places you wanna go when you have wifi. While other backends namely mozilla, deja vu, radiocells etc fuck up such a big time, can't help but wondering will there be an more libre network location solution applicable in my case. And osm sucks, in my ao at least.


 No.1041534

Hey, just got a Moto G6, how do I de-google the thing and make it a little less pleb?


 No.1041538

>>1041513

aosp based roms and lineage.

just keep in mind it's still a google product, I don't run gapps and I still consider it botnet'd.


 No.1041573

File: 95a2f82382a522d⋯.jpg (27.98 KB, 600x800, 3:4, 95a2f82382a522dc3895f5480c….jpg)

Is there some secret website or program you guys know for downloading videos from non-youtube sites?


 No.1041577

>>1041573

youtube-dl.


 No.1041584

>>1041577

tried it, It's an unsupported URL.


 No.1041593

>>1041584

some sites are so shit you can just shift right-click save :^)


 No.1041618

So is Lineage OS the only alt OS that's going to work for the Moto G6?

What are the benefits of it? No Jewgle? Will calling and SMS still work?


 No.1041619

>>1041618

If your bootloader's unlocked, you need to decide that for yourself, no, yes.


 No.1041633

>>1041515

This reads like a schizo wrote it. I'm trying to say, why doesn't tox open up the window when I get a message? It only opens it when it's closed to the tray.


 No.1041636

File: e7949a2217fa774⋯.png (10.11 KB, 391x192, 391:192, ClipboardImage.png)

>>1041633

Yes, I distinctly remember now on my older distro there was an autofocus setting and it's missing. Someone's gotta use tox here, help please?


 No.1041638

File: baca8f7e6d771bb⋯.jpg (47.44 KB, 535x700, 107:140, 476f9c392a29128d760d326c22….jpg)

>>1036229

I'm this very anon. For completeness sake, here's how I got what I wanted:

wget -E -k -r -l 2 -A '*.png','*.html','*.jpg','*.webm','*.mp4','*.pdf','*.jpeg','*.gif' -H -D 'media.8ch.net','8ch.net' --exclude-domains 'nerv.8ch.net' --no-parent -- https://8ch.net/onion/catalog.html

Look up wget's man page to figure out what each option does.

Though I haven't finished yet, the command seems to be working nicely.

In this example I'm backing up onion, but for this and any other board, this command should download the catalog and the HTML of every thread in it, plus every image inside every thread, and then convert links in the html to local relative links. It also won't recurse out of 8chan.

The end result is for every thread plus the catalog, the HTML page and every file in every post thumbnails included and nothing else are downloaded. The wget variant is GNU wget.


 No.1041644

File: 89f41dd89b5f709⋯.png (73.8 KB, 480x480, 1:1, Uncle_Says_Hello.png)

>>1040724

It wasn't meant to be.

When someone tells you to install gentoo, they really do mean you should install gentoo. It's one of the less than a handful of worthwhile linux distros and OS'es as a whole.


 No.1041654

Let's say I'm going to put a 3W or 3000mW equipment there, it'll be 5V*600mA to get the desired wattage.

What's the amps limit of a laptop USB2.0 port? Things like this aren't well-specified/documented.

If my port only supports 500mA will it bust my 2.0 port?


 No.1041663

I can run a script through an openvpn config file directly. But NetworkManager seemingly can't do it. Is it possible?


 No.1041690

>>1041654

it's 500ma but can be lower depending on manufacturer, it's not rated for it, for phones it equals slower charging and I am not qualified to say if it will necessarily break your equipment


 No.1041691

>>1041573

jdownloader


 No.1041693

>>1041391

try a different power port, boot a livecd, determine whether it's the fan, motherboard, or OS. the board usually decides how much juice goes to your fan, it could be you are actually running hot on some components, now is a great time to swap out thermal paste, that shit dries out over the course of a couple years


 No.1041694

Is there a non-botnet alternative to cuckcord that has the push-to-talk feature and doesnt require me to have a server?


 No.1041697

>>1040413

go on eBay get a used business computer, Dell, Lenovo, HP


 No.1041698

>>1040170

I ran into this before, put that line in a .sh file, follow this tutorial it's better than what I can explain to you

https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-automatically-execute-shell-script-at-startup-boot-on-systemd-linux


 No.1041701

>>1041694

you can throw a Mumble server on your router or PC if you want free.

I believe some use tox but I do not have experience with it

steam chat is a botnet alternative


 No.1041714

>>1039807

May be just a hard drive password not necessarily encryption, look up how to remove hard drive passwords there's a bunch of dos tools mostly for IDE because no one updates this stuff. it's a crap shoot whether you get anywhere and honestly isn't worth your time, harvest it for magnets and servos


 No.1041755

Are there any decent video channels for topics related to engineering and/or science short of just watching online lectures, or are they mostly just overproduced and overedited with content that might as well go "HEY DID YOU KNOW LIGHT IS ACTUALLY MORE THAN ONE COLOR"?


 No.1041756

>>1041694

There's a hundred empty Mumble servers always online.

You can easily host your own, just "sudo apt install mumble-server" or whatever the equivalent is on your OS, then run "murmurd".

You can even host it on your android device without rooting your phone. It uses very little bandwidth so it won't matter if you're cucked with a limited data plan by your provider, the only issue is the 40-80ms latency added by 4G/WiFi. As for how to install it: Termux -> install whatever distro you want with instructions provided by AnLinux -> install mumble-server package -> run "murmurd".


 No.1041772

>>1041694

Ham radio


 No.1041782

File: fb0aece8e1736d5⋯.png (46.39 KB, 814x528, 37:24, i dont even.png)

So I installed Linux on this notebook and let the wizard do his thing about the partitions because I'm not going to dualboot or anything and then this shit happens.

What do I do?

I tried to expand the 8gb partition but it won't let me.

Using latest MX Linux.

Please help.


 No.1041813

File: 6ba181a73a6733a⋯.gif (1.18 MB, 291x260, 291:260, 6ba181a73a6733a56e603142db….gif)

>>1041593

Thats that i used to do, but Jav4.me got an update and now i can't lol.


 No.1041847

>>1041782

disable swap, delete it, expand ext4 partition, make another swap partition.


 No.1041850

What is the best diagnostic test one can perform to determine whether their PSU or their motherboard is failing in the limited time they have left?


 No.1041929

>>1041850

>get volt-ohm meter with high voltage direct current setting

>disconnect PSU from mobo and stick in volt-ohm meter probes

>plug in PSU

>read output and compare to expected output from PSU

>???

>profit

Or if you feel adventurous

>boot into linux live cd

>type into a terminal

>dmesg | less

>read output for obvious errors and or jewgle it

>jewgle motherboard model for like failures others have or have not had.


 No.1041930

File: bd94afb8b839cc8⋯.webm (2.9 MB, 640x360, 16:9, doom_muslims.webm)

I've decided that i'm going to get rid of my smartphone. What's the next best thing you can get that isn't reliant on Big Tech™ kike corporations?


 No.1041942

>>1041930

Phones as a whole are kiked. Your best bet are oldschool phones which work purely mechanically.


 No.1041946

so um... can anyone pass me that script which downloaded all images from a thread using wget and curl? just lost it ;_;


 No.1041948

>>1041813

Install firefox and try again.


 No.1041955

>>1041782

alternatively, you can expand the ext4 partition to something like 32 GB and put the rest of the space into a different ext4 partition to mount at /home so that your data isn't touched if you have to format the system partition


 No.1041956

>>1041930

Librem 5 when it comes out


 No.1041957

File: e70c2e82c4d6217⋯.png (857 KB, 1161x768, 387:256, OK_haruka.png)

When I use cpulimit to limit a program (an online game I've been idling with a bot I've scripted), random pieces of software I use stutter and alsa keeps xrunning.

For instance when I watch my animays with mpv, every now and then it freezes due to alsa having an xrun, and palemoon also freezes when I scroll.

How do I fix this?

>>1041946

You can do it with nothing but wget and it takes 5 minutes of reading the fucking manual.


 No.1041981

>>1041957

Not him I never managed to figure out how to use wget even with the manual. It would end up downloading the whole site instead of the page.


 No.1041983

I am having a bitch of a time building a regex for libretorrent.

I'm not sure if I need to use /.{48}(17|18)/g or .{48}(17|18) as it's not really giving me feedback, can anyone give me a clue?


 No.1041992

>>1041981

>It would end up downloading the whole site instead of the page.

You're recursing too deep and likely to parent directories. Set -l to a lower value and set -np.

You can also allow every file type except html, and that should download everything linked in the page's html except other html pages.


 No.1041995

>>1038699

Are there any distros other than Mint that you would recommend to refugees escaping Microsoft? I don't doubt that Mint is user friendly yet all the time spent seeing systemd being shilled/anons hating systemd/Pottering being a faggot has left its mark.


 No.1042000

>>1041995

Devuan


 No.1042005

>>1041995

Anti-X and MXLinux

Devuan is jews


 No.1042008

>>1041995

Either Mint Cinnamon, Mint Xfce or Kubuntu. MAYBE Manjaro Xfce/KDE. Ignore anything else. Hating on systemd is a meme and you don't need to worry about it.


 No.1042011

>>1042008

>dont worry about your free as in freedom goy


 No.1042012

>>1042011

systemd is open source. and it's more usable than most alternatives.


 No.1042014

>>1042012

Systemd is proof that we need a GPLv4, and it's less usable than all alternatives.


 No.1042015

>>1041301

Can anyone answer this? It's really important for me.


 No.1042016

>>1042005

>Anti-X and MXLinux

>Devuan is jews

and commies are better?


 No.1042018

just throwing this dumb-ass question out there.

>can you use a windows repair/recovery drive to fix your pc after system32 is deleted?


 No.1042020

>>1042018

Who are you quoting?


 No.1042022

>>1042020

freind


 No.1042062

>>1042014

>less usable

Maybe if you're autistic. It's much more usable if you're just a developer or average user.


 No.1042097

Can mpv be tricked into telling your IP?

For example, I play a local video in my hdd, can the video somehow make mpv broadcast my IP?


 No.1042098

How come TOR is fast as fuck these days?


 No.1042116

>>1042098

They bought more ram sticks

>>1042018

Very unlikely


 No.1042122

Is jumping ass first into Linux the best way to actually know where to start in it?

I'll be honest, I don't use my PC much outside of vidya, internet browsing, documents and the occasional PCB schematic software and I'm looking for something more, but I've never had the drive to actually sit down and do something constructive with a language or on a PC after attempting to get into a language for a week or so, mainly because I feel a lot of things on Windows is fairly black boxed and I don't think I'd be losing much from not being able to use Autodesk because from what I understand just about everything has an open source or at the very least a Linux alternative, and I get the feeling the smaller library will actually improve my vidya choices. Am I expecting too much from an OS switch?


 No.1042131

What's the best os for gaming?


 No.1042170

>>1042131

Mac OS X if you want to play yourself


 No.1042180

i have decided with the latest shitstorm and everything that follows that i want to shitpost eternally on reddit/twitter/youtube, the sheer amount of salt and tears available is delicious. i've never bothered before because im a massive lurker.

>what distro of linux should i use to maintain privacy?

>i have used mint in the past and am okay at that but is there a dedicated privacy distro you guys would recommend?

>after installing has anyone got any tips on opsec?

>i know how to setup temp emails and shit.

>a good linux vpn?

i dont expect to get major attention, i just dont want the twitter fags to dox me.


 No.1042184

>>1042180

Who are you quoting?


 No.1042194

>>1042184

your mom

i have winblows installed man, i cold just use mint but if there is a distro with everything already configured for privacy i'd prefer to use that


 No.1042197

>>1042194

Twats on twatter aren't going to hack the mainframe and surf the cyberwaves, the only dox are the ones you'll give yourself out.


 No.1042215

>>1041930

Pine64 Phone will be around 150$

Librem 5 is around 650$

Neither of them are out yet. So if you just want a device to put your SIM card in for now, buy Nokia 105 (2017 edition) for 20-30$ since it doesn't have Bluetooth, WiFi, GPS or cameras and it's battery can last over a week.


 No.1042218

>>1042180

>dedicated privacy distro

Qubes, Tails or Whonix. You'll still be fine on Mint as long as you didn't install 3rd party shitware during installation which infects you with flash player and who knows what else.

>any tips on opsec?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLessJ4R6w8

>a good linux vpn?

see privacytools.io

>temp emails and shit

You can make an infinite number of tutanota or protonmail accounts over Tor.


 No.1042227

I know on Debian you can use hidden service repositories so you download all of your packages through tor. Can this be done on Gentoo too?


 No.1042238

how dumb would it be to have your own program that basically has an encrypted filesystem within a file

like, I'd use an encryption method that is hard to crack, a good key, and then the program, after given the correct key

will allow you to do certain stuff, like an interactive cli program

for example, I plan to use the mpv api in order to play videos

this is mainly a media thing, so only images, videos and text will be allowed

also, I'm concerned, does outputting to stdout cause the files printed to be in the original hdd


 No.1042248

>>1042238

Not sure how secure that would be, but if done well it seems like an interesting way to share files securely.

>does outputting to stdout cause the files printed to be in the original hdd

Do you mean like written to the hdd? The answer is no.


 No.1042265

what is an fingerprinting-proof useragent at the moment please?


 No.1042268

>>733048

Is there a way to figure out how to find a person hiding behind a Yelp review?


 No.1042272

>>1041391

>>1041693

Turns out it wasn't the case fan, but an old GPU fan acting up (which I don't even use except to jump to WinXP for games very occasionally).

I removed the old GPU... And now I'm having a problem with full-on system freezes. I ran Stress a few times on a liveCD with no apparent issues. Then, I tried out memtest86+. A single-core test goes through everything with no errors fine, but any multi-core test eventually freezes up no matter how many cores I let my CPU use. At the moment I'm back to my installed OS (Xubuntu) running on a single core to see if it freezes up at some point. Is there a surefire way I can diagnose if the problem is my PSU, motherboard, or CPU?


 No.1042278

>>1042272

It sounds like the CPU is drawing too much power, but it could be a bad overclock.


 No.1042279

>>1041995

slackware / salix


 No.1042282

>>1042272

>A single-core test goes through everything with no errors fine, but any multi-core test eventually freezes up no matter how many cores I let my CPU use.

No surprises there, since the latter loads up more units on the CPU and therefore leads to greater power draw and bigger load temps. Plus larger load on IMC and Uncore, and you get your freezes. How are the temps at multi-core load doing? How are the temps on the VRMs?


 No.1042288

Is there even a point to "decentralized" stuff like peertube and mastodon, if the instances can die at any time and there isn't much people on any of them, so they can't really fulfill their purpose like youtube or facebook do?


 No.1042292

is parrotsec OS spyware?


 No.1042299

In layman's terms why is "systemd" bad, and/or why should an average user care


 No.1042312

File: 6c35c595365c266⋯.png (1.3 KB, 308x190, 154:95, 1428533371190-2.png)

>>1042299

It's less secure, heavier, and buggier than other init systems. From a software quality perspective, it's worse than every other init system ever.

It also forces anyone who disagrees with its ideas to either do more work to get their system working, or simply deal with it because it cucks you out with other random packages having artificial hard dependencies on systemd, essentially creating a communist controlled market where other software is not allowed to compete.

If you're an end user, all you're going to be dealing with when it comes to an init system is at most a few commands to enable/disable services. That being the case, every init system does this just fine, but you should choose the one that is less likely to break, safer for you, and lighter on hardware resources. With these end user considerations, systemd is the last pick on your list.

For software quality concerns, this entire website but specially this section is a good resource:

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

And about the part where they force you to use their shit, here's it straight out of the jew's maw:

https://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/systemd-devel/2010-September/000391.html

SystemD is a cianigger invasion on free software. Don't let it succeed.


 No.1042313

>>1042312

Oh and systemd depends on glibc which means if linux is ever to move off that garbage it has to drop systemd, assuming they don't add support for a standard libc.


 No.1042321

>>1042299

Systemd is made by the cianigger. They outed Ian Murdock on debian project when they introduced systemd into debian because back then debian/ubuntu did not have systemd for quit a while, while most distros like arch or obviously cia/fedora-based ones already forced it over their throats.

Systemd may be foss but it's shit like it tries to phone something during shutdown, uses google dns fallback, really lots of loopholes for the glow nigs.

I suggest you use either of the following:

Gentoo

Parabola

Calculate

Devuan

MX Linux meme but if you're too bothered with the above

Artix arch for dummies

I've had personal reasons to hate systemd one is when it almost corrupted my drive because of messed up update, the other is when it didn't shut down correctly waiting 1 or 20 hours so I had to press ctrl+alt+del several times or even more or just spam power button. Another is when it kernel panics or a small segfault of my compositor will make it try to dump binary logs of HUGEfuck files that will slow down my entire system every time my compositor couldn't start from a wrong configuration so I had to force shutdown because it takes forever to dump the entire RAM and SWAP into my poor disk. The last one is you can't read those binary systemd logs in the chroot. It beats the purpose really since I am having problems booting up but it doesn't want me to read the binary logs or even set systemctl in a chroot environment. Literally a headache.


 No.1042322

File: 9bacf7377175b60⋯.jpg (105.87 KB, 1500x1500, 1:1, power.jpg)

What do you call the power adapter used on USB hubs?

I have a lot of USB hubs but I rarely use them when I found out my computer is only supplying 100mA which makes sense since it shouldn't draw 500mA*4 ports over a USB2.0 port (computer).

I'm looking for the round one on the right but I don't think I'll need 12V (or do I?).


 No.1042329

>>1042322

I don't think that is 5.0 mm jack, but I think there is also 3.5 mm. Not sure what size, but they have the polarity marked. They are typically called ac-dc converters though.


 No.1042341

>>1042322

If it says 12V you'd better give it 12V if you don't want bizarre freezes or absolutely nothing at all


 No.1042342

File: f16d2b738a22619⋯.jpg (50.01 KB, 559x1199, 559:1199, DyN6SQGWsAETY09.jpg)

1) What are some good free and/or paid VPNs worth subscribing to? I know they always retain data no matter what but I also know that they have different policies and trustworthiness

2) Are proxies even worth using for non sensible information? What are the ways people can put FBI-inducing shit on your computer and what are the countermeasures if this happens to be the case - also where and how would I find out I've been compromised?

3) What is the best quality:price ratio for external hard disks? What are the best brands?


 No.1042366

>>1042299

It's against the UNIX philosophy of "every package should do one thing and one thing only". UNIX philosophy is basically the same as OOP. It wants you to be able to replace any part of the system individually, let's say the init system, and still have an equally well working system and not break anything. Like if your car's tires break or if you want to use different ones, you can always replace them and the overall car will work the same. A simple software example is: imagine you want to replace your music player. Switching out Audacious for Clementine is as simple as moving to the other program. Switching the music player will leave you with a system that works just as well as it did before and nothing will break, anything that depends on playing music will play it just fine and anything that doesn't won't be affected. However, you literally can't replace systemd with anything else because you'd have to replace it (the single package) with a dozen of other packages since systemd is more than just an init sysem. For example, it's also a login manager and a DNS resolver. So systemd is as cancerous as exclusively using a web browser to play videos, music, read documents, edit videos/music, play video games, edit office documents, do programming in, etc. What's worse is that some software is literally made to be dependent on systemd and it cannot work unless your OS doesn't have it.


 No.1042392

>>1042342

>What is the best quality:price ratio for external hard disks? What are the best brands?

The WD easystore goes on sale somewhat frequently, 8TB for under $200.


 No.1042393

Is there a program that will convert ebook formats to pdf without needing half a gigabyte of dependencies and/or a GUI (pandoc, calibre)? I'd like to convert a mobi file.

Using Linux of course.


 No.1042395

>>1042342

1) riseup or sigavpn

for paid, check out https://thatoneprivacysite.net/vpn-section/

My question: any of you guys have experience in ripping video game music? I've found a format that seemingly no program can decipher.


 No.1042396

>>1042395

I used to, actually, but this is like, Wii era shit.

What format is it and can FormatFactory (if you're on wangblows) read it?


 No.1042425

>>1042396

Actually I'm on Linux, and already tried some windows programs (but not that particular one) months ago to no avail. If you have some free time could you try to tackle this? Thanks.

https://upload.disroot.org/r/qXlfI_Qu#x5qf398dSjb7SMYYjLlzdtPOWu8srHPYJjk40+tY5Vc=


 No.1042426

>>1042425

>>1042396

Also, just downloaded your program and it doesn't work in wine (the installer doesn't run), and I don't have a windows machine. So I'd really appreciate it if you tried it.


 No.1042427

File: 1fbfb1f75c56e2c⋯.jpg (128.01 KB, 700x475, 28:19, Open-Source-Laptop1.jpg)

>>1002342

decode to base64

>>1042342

<1) What are some good free and/or paid VPNs worth subscribing to? I know they always retain data no matter what but I also know that they have different policies and trustworthiness

None. Even the most shilled iirc nordvpn was an utter sellout.

Depends pretty much to how you want to use it.

>in another censored country like GFW

>for secure banking, biz, or personal accounts

>torrent or access to what your country blocked

>b3V0bGluZSB2cG4K

<2) Are proxies even worth using for non sensible information?

Proxies are okay but at this day and age you won't usually get enough proxies easily and they even sell it now. Most of them really suck and are exhausted but tor's free so you better use them when 60%+ of the exit nodes are run by glows and you'll even see your 4 tor relays never really changing or shuffling at all. I'd rather 30 proxies in a proxychain tunneling than use that lol.

<What are the ways people can put FBI-inducing shit on your computer and what are the countermeasures if this happens to be the case - also where and how would I find out I've been compromised?

In US, anyone can literally dox you because there's several doxxing sites that bought personal information from sellout firstparties (gov) or thirdparties (local companies who has your information like say when you bought that TV and put your name in receipt). It's hard to be anonymous in US and chances are your info is in there. Think again when you give your resume to any company you want to get into when some of these don't even exist (only for the sole purpose of datamining).

If you're in US chances are you're already in a watchlist if you failed opsec and is either the following: against a certain political ideology like "deepstate" , or a threat to big "corporations" like facebook, or does either cp/pirate torrent.

People in watchlists can be fucked by 3LA/LEA and they can even go inside your home/apartment when you're out home and implant a backdoor inside your computer and maybe even go to lengths like freezing the ram and shit. They did it once to people who thought using freenet or torrent cp over windows baremetal IP was a good idea. It's in some fbi leak iirc. If they can do that with PDF-files they can also do that to anyone, it's probably a dry run against the easiest target without potential backlash. If you're a threat to a certain kingpin (investigator or insider) or threat to some jewish CEO (new tech startup) they can also do the same methods. It's only a matter of whether you attract too much interest or not, get barraged by lawsuits and finally get framed for a file you never knew was there while you were too busy with the case.

First is physical access - better carry with you your OS and hardware. CP punishment laws will never change. It is a loophole they can use on dissidents, let's say you're a journalist or full assange 2.0 they can just put one image + warrant and basically your life is over without you even knowing how shit happened so you have to hack what you own which is very tedious but worth if you're a threat. Works perfectly to public figures but in US they usually go with the "serial rapist" route.

Other methods is through backdoors though I doubt FBI is as good as the NSA.

A good way to mitigate the amount of attack vector possible is to always disconnect to the internet as you sleep or don't use it.

If you're too paranoid, go setup a surveillance camera and intrusions detection in your system bootloader.

<3) What is the best quality:price ratio for external hard disks? What are the best brands?

You can't shuck the WD and toshiba that are a little short on length since they lack the SATA pins though they perform better than longer shuckable seagate drives that use no-brand possibly refurbished controllers (thus the fail rate).

There's also issues with SMR/PMR of the platters but don't even think if these exist in the datasheet. Don't fall for "dust/water/shake" proof ones covered with rubber. They're housefire and can get up to 50C when left unattended and kill the drive.

I recommend toshiba. Hitachi comes next but pricier.

8-10TiB will save you a lot of money since it's like the price of 3 or 4x1TiB.


 No.1042438

>>1042016

Anti-X and MXLinux are commies?


 No.1042440

`>>1041573

right click

page info

media tab

or go to about:cache

>>1041501

icecatmobile was unofficial build

you should use either old palemoon build or foss browser

>>1041445

palemoon has all the pocket/moz/safebrowse shit removed to the bone unlike watermemefox. I personally don't trust the new palemoon though which is based on esr 56 until the code is thoroughly audited like the old palemoon.

you're really in for some blackpilling if you think you can avoid all the crap that's on the network. I'm already lost track during the palemoon 56 jump. might as well make my own gecko/goanna browser but remain anonymous so shit like blackmailing doesn't happen.

>>1041513

i've known cyanogen era for years and no one knows why the devs called it quits - when they tried to force telemetry in all nightlies and project got infiltrated. Android kitkat builds of omni/cyanogen before the split/quit was the last trustable and easily debotnettable rom that can run the free xprivacy. your problem when running them would be several unpatched severe CVEs but if you can compile kernel on your own you can reduce most of these CVEs. On newer LOS roms there can still be google telemetry especially when they tried adopting the google now launcher around 8/9.0 to ditch trebuchet launcher (don't know if they really ditched it).

>>1041538

the botnet is kernel level especially if your rom is using stock kernel. there's new gimmicks on lollipop above roms that has a /vendor/app that will reinstall the botnet apps from the manufacturer or stock even if you factory reset. also, dex/odex file remains even after uninstalling botnet apps and will continue running (mind-blown) until you delete dalvik and all that crap. alot of shit going on really, i think the more updates, the more botnet grows stronger.


 No.1042443

>Welcome to nginx!

What the fuck happened with archive.fo/is sites?

Dead again?

Lol look who got paid, fakenews.


 No.1042448

Here's your blackpill

>>957864

https://8ch.net/tech/res/956621.html#957864


 No.1042467

>>1042180

wardrive


 No.1042468

>>1042122

manjaro


 No.1042476

>>1042097

who are you trying to dox nigger

>>1042014

we need a new software license that values demeritocracy and privacy.

forced anti-telemetry that is opt-in only but has to be installed with a -developer flag which can only be done manually.

default is that no data is collected and must be well documented if it does so but not as intention to invade privacy in any intensity.

when the programmer tries to or is caught redhanded to have inserted backdoors or telemetry they will be kicked forever and framed to the hall of shame never to be allowed to contribute to any project anymore. this also forces people to try audit it themselves and see if they can kick out their most-hated or controversial developer/software project.


 No.1042509

>>1042468

I'm not particularly against command prompts though.


 No.1042563

>>1042509

Terminal is always available no matter what distribution.


 No.1042572

>>1041995

Unironically, Gentoo.


 No.1042586

>>1042322

the one on the right is a barrel connector. which requires 12 volts, you can find this in a router PSU, GameCube, computer power supply, or a car battery to name a few, just make sure it supplies enough amps

the one on the left is usb b.


 No.1042587

How trustworthy is Koshyjohn?


 No.1042679

Can't you use evercookie as a way to flood someone's HD?

I mean, as you make the cookies replicate/restore each other, can't you make them make infinite cookies that will eventually clog up the memory?


 No.1042707

>>1042679

There seems to be a (ridiculously huge) limit.

>The maximum browser storage space is dynamic — it is based on your hard drive size. The global limit is calculated as 50% of free disk space.

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/IndexedDB_API/Browser_storage_limits_and_eviction_criteria


 No.1042710

How do I into TOR the correct way?

I never saw the need for it before, but now this site is being like 4chin ~'16 when I migrated here in search of greener fields. After the recent happening the place is being flooded by plebbit fags and other assorted normal scum so I feel the time has come to dig deeper to escape the heat of the normie inferno.

Please, I must escape :(

also any danknet forums/imageboards (NatSoc/non-SJW scum preferably) are appreciated in anticipation of the exodus


 No.1042729

>>1042710

Not much to it, go to torproject.org and download and install. Put the security slider on highest setting.


 No.1042730

>>1042710

>How do I into TOR the correct way?

Start by reading the fucking docs.

>Note: even though it originally came from an acronym, Tor is not spelled "TOR". Only the first letter is capitalized. In fact, we can usually spot people who haven't read any of our website (and have instead learned everything they know about Tor from news articles) by the fact that they spell it wrong.

https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq.html.en


 No.1042734

>>1042730

>>1042729

Thanks frens, see you on the under side.


 No.1042738

>>1042729

The best way to do tor is first install gentoo with a hardend setup and completely ignore this faggot >>1042729 . After you have your base gentoo install make sure to install tor, dnscrypt-proxy, and install nftables. Here is a nftables firewall for tor


#!/usr/bin/nft -f
# -*- mode: conf-space; tab-width: 2; -*-
# vim: set ts=2 sw=2 et:

flush ruleset

define local = { 192.168.0.0/16, 127.0.0.0/8 }

table nat {
chain tor {
ip daddr $local log level warn prefix "ATTEMPTED TO TORIFY LOCAL: " return

udp dport 53 log level debug prefix "TORDNS: " redirect to 53

ip protocol tcp log level debug prefix "TORIFIED: " redirect to 9040
}

chain output {
type nat hook output priority 0;

oif != lo skuid != tor jump tor
}

chain postrouting {
type nat hook postrouting priority 0;
}
}

table filter {
chain input {
type filter hook input priority 0;
ct state {established, related} counter accept

iif == lo accept
ip saddr $local accept

counter log level err prefix "INPUT REJECTED: " reject
}

chain output {
type filter hook output priority 0;
ct state {established, related} counter accept

oif == lo accept
skuid == tor accept
ip daddr $local accept

counter log level err prefix "OUTPUT REJECTED: " reject
}
}

That goes in /etc/nftables/torproxy.nft for transparent torification of everything and its mother. Then you need this one


#!/usr/bin/nft -f
# -*- mode: conf-space; tab-width: 2 -*-

flush ruleset

define local = { 192.168.0.0/16, 127.0.0.0/8 }

# table nat {
# chain output {
# type nat hook output priority 0;

# tcp dport {http, https} skuid == privoxy accept
# tcp dport {http, https} log prefix "PRIVOXY: " redirect to 8118
# }

# chain postrouting {
# type nat hook postrouting priority 0;
# }
# }

table filter {
chain input {
type filter hook input priority 0;

ct state {established, related} accept
ct state invalid drop

# local/VPN traffic
iifname {lo, tun0} accept

# dhcp
udp sport bootps udp dport bootpc accept

counter log prefix "DROPPED INPUT: " drop
}
}

Which goes in /etc/nftables/firewall.nft as a general firewall for when tor is active. Next setup scripts to run on start of tor, you will need this in /etc/unbound/unbound.conf for seperating regular dns requests from tor related ones


server:
interface: 127.0.0.1
interface: ::1
port: 53
num-threads: 4
logfile: "/etc/unbound/unbound.log"
domain-insecure: "onion"
private-domain: "onion"
do-not-query-localhost: no
local-zone: "onion." nodefault

forward-zone:
name: "onion"
forward-addr: 127.0.0.1@5353
forward-zone:
name: "."
# 127.0.0.1 is DNSCrypt's --local-address; 40 is the port DNSCrypt is using, which is probably either 40 or 53
forward-addr: 127.0.0.1@40

Feel free to remove the logfile line if you don't want it. Make sure to add this line to your /etc/dnscrypt-proxy/dnscrypt-proxy.toml


proxy = "socks5://127.0.0.1:9050"

And here is a sample /etc/tor/torrc for sane settings and zeronet


#
# Minimal torrc so tor will work out of the box
#
User tor
PIDFile /var/run/tor/tor.pid
Log info file /var/log/tor/tor
DataDirectory /var/lib/tor/data
SocksPort 9050
DNSPort 5353
TransPort 9040
###for obfs and meeklite
#ClientTransportPlugin obfs4 exec /usr/bin/obfs4proxy
#Bridge obfs4 *insert your tor bridge here
#ClientTransportPlugin meeklite
#Bridge meeklite 0.0.2.0:3 url= front=www.amazonaws.com
AutomapHostsOnResolve 1
VirtualAddrNetworkIPv4 10.192.0.0/11
###zeronet support
#ControlPort 9051
#CookieAuthentication 1
#CookieAuthFile /var/lib/tor/auth/control_auth_cookie
#CookieAuthFileGroupReadable 1
###disable this next line if using zeronet
Sandbox 1

Next posts will be browser config.


 No.1042744

Is DD'ing if=/dev/urandom of=an_HDD once or twice enough to completely make data (that you dont want seen) unrecoverable?


 No.1042749

>>1042738

Dank shit anon, keep it coming. Are there any tuts online for creating a hardened set up? I've played with ubuntu before but had a bit of trouble trying to format the hard drive to play with other distros, so my experience with it is rather limited.


 No.1042763

>>1042710

The next step is impersonating the tor browser. You can either use the tor browser and have mossad be a fag with your ass as >>1042729 suggests or you can do the following. Install a firefox browser from before firefox 52 ESR and change these to impersonate the tor browser without the backdoors, you can use either addons or about:config to change these but you must change them

Change user agent and version agent to

>Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:52.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/52.0

Change Accept headers to

>Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:52.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/52.0

Change javascript OSCPU to

>Windows NT 6.1

Change platform agent to

>Win32

Now that you have done all of that disable javascript and you are impersonating the tor browser. In order to not be a faggot get a addon that changes your HTTP VIA and HTTP X-forwarded-for' headers to something or randomizes them. Also install a canvas agent blocker addon. Then make sure if you ever are going to enable javascript for anything to install a add blocker like ublock origin. If you are truly paranoid change your reported screen resolution with CTRL++ and CTRL+- on occasion along with making your reported fonts identical to windows or tor and disable images has the added benefit of better bandwidth usage. If you truly give a fuck during javascript enablement make sure to adjust your audio hardware so that its different every time because that can be used to fingerprint you too.

>>1042749

Make sure whatever browser you use is forced to install system libraries and not bundled ones. I suggest as a browser using palemoon 27.9.4. For hardened setups the only way is to install gentoo as otherwise you get shit like X11 compatibility that isn't stripped down or systemdick/dbus on your system which is bloat and a backdoor in one. So here's a guide for installation https://archive.fo/5UHWg and here is installation media for a hardened setup https://archive.fo/AzJ6v . You better git gud fast son.


 No.1042764

>>1042763

Wow I failed with the accept headers, here they are for the tor browser

>text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8


 No.1042765

>>1042763

>You better git gud fast son.

I will anon. Thank you for your knowledgeable insight, it is deeply appreciated.


 No.1042774

>>1042509

>2033-14

>not knowing the terminal

Nigger. You won't survive the first wave of nanotech virus23


 No.1042776

>>1042679

Browsers had never been secure. If you lurked hacker forums you'll see tons of exploits published weekly or you can even use unpatched or wrongly-patched CVEs that are quite well-documented for your convenience.

Most hackers even monopolize their exploits before publishing them taking bug bounty or just to kek over trannyfox/joogle. They usually always only release their exploits when they've found like another new 3 exploits.

Lurkmore. Browsers are shit and had always been shit. It's the perfect target, they do a lot of hackathons in China to pwn the big browsers and demonstrate their skills or how shit the base code is now. plus reduce meritocracy which is to introduce shit code of cuck tier pozzgrammers


 No.1042778

>>1042763

Why would you use an old version of tor browser, won't it have vulnerabilities that have been fixed in new tor browser?


 No.1042779

>>1042763

Also, why so against just using tor browser?


 No.1042780

is

cat /dev/urandom > /dev/sdc

the same as

dd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/sdc

?


 No.1042783

>>1042776

> hacker forums

Are there any that aren't dead? most of the ones that I've been to (the ones from the "hacking sites" pasta as found on >>>/cyber/) were all dead with only an occasional fellow lurking around


 No.1042784

>>1042710

8chan won't have exodus anytime soon. I still have little doubts with freemason Jim but I trust him, q, and codemonkey.

>bunker exodus

There had been plenty of them ever since infinity meltdown. Endchan, lynx meme, there are a lot of them out there. If all else fail, just use ghost posts in moe archives

>'16

Too late to migrate. You missed the golden days 2014-15 the age of dank memes.

>natsoc

You're playing with fire here, the final solution is a meme and you can't even purchase a gun LOL. Most of shit you'll find is some hugbox like natsoc discord or twitch which are porn/gay programming in disguise that will keep you from doing anything that matters and lock you into some gayming shit. Now I'm not telling you to avoid these platforms but you can use anything to get what you want.

Sage because this sounds like polposting


 No.1042786

>>1042783

yes, (((they))) kill them a lot and destabilize the community. most of these forum sliders/agents are on payroll to do that thing. the good thing is they couldn't do that on hatechan despite the negative interest TGA is gathering.


 No.1042787

>>1042786

>>1042784

So it's going to be a constant game of catch up as by the time you arrive somewhere it will be kill? At least I'll be able to dig through the rubble and have a look-see.


 No.1042788

File: 8ab9150760e3f68⋯.png (1.64 MB, 959x1592, 959:1592, hmm.png)

>>1042778

There's nothing wrong with anon using old version as long as media libraries are updated and turing complete "JS" is blocked off completely in the code level (not non-failsafe addons that have millisecond gap before it can block javasshit). Your last problem would be fingerprint which everything has.

Only video playback/images are the last remaining attack vectors or some magic text appearing as something else in the browser (like code bombs) making it drop all the rings (which is unlikely if you're too optimist). Actually it's much better to be doing the same since the huge jump was almost too suspicious even to seasoned TOR users when Soros acquired the firefox project with the power of money. Also the reason why palemoon did that sudden version jump as TBB did and dropped support on PPC2 and other unpozzed architectures. Soros is the basilisk.


 No.1042810

Is there an intro to making filesystems?


 No.1042829

>>1041948

Seems like that's my only option despite getting used to Pale Moon


 No.1042840

>>1041983

no worries on this one I figured it out a night ago


 No.1042880

Retard theoretical question:

Can I go from video file > ffmpeg > (remote) mpv in one step? I was thinking of having a high quality video stored on a main computer, and then using ffmpeg to real-time convert it to a lower quality/resolution (but smaller filesize) version for streaming on a connected computer. This way, I don't need storage space for the lower quality video and don't waste bandwidth by transmitting a 4K video to a laptop with a tiny screen. It's for personal use so the CPU usage isn't that much of an issue.


 No.1042893

>>1042880

>theoretical

Yes. There are some foss streaming servers, maybe something could work for you. And if it won't, it's theoretically possible to write something that will.


 No.1042900

File: ebfd121512e47d0⋯.jpg (222.23 KB, 765x438, 255:146, moshi moshi.jpg)

Does NTT Docomo phones actually work outside Japan? I'm aware of the bandwith and repair/tech support problems, but is there also software lock?


 No.1042908

>>1042900

They selfdestruct when they pick up a language other than japanese from their always-on microphones


 No.1043115

how do malware inside files like pdfs really work? they exploit a vuln in the pdf reader right? or there are actual ways to pwn someone just because it has the file stored without even opening?


 No.1043135

>>1043115

Anything that touches the data can contain an exploitable vulnerability. PDF reader, file browser, cloud storage client, etc.


 No.1043148

Why does Ubuntu have a stroke and get stuck in an infinite loop on the login screen every time I install anything?


 No.1043158

>>1042784

>the final solution is a meme

DON'Y LET YOUR MEMES BE DREAMS

YESTERDAY YOU SAID TOMORROW

SO JUST


 No.1043159

>>733048

why cant i install ubuntu on my lenovo




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