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/t/ - Technology Codexx Board owner 04/25/2020 (Sat) 07:10:33 No. 2 [Reply]
Welcome to /tech/ - ∞chan's technology board. Please check the rules before you post: https://8chan.moe/rules.js?boardUri=t Looking for hardware or software recommendations? Check out the InstallGentoo Wiki: https://wiki.installgentoo.com/ /tech/ is for the discussion of technology and related topics. /tech/ is NOT your personal tech support team or personal consumer review site. We have stickies for that. Keep those kinds of posts in there. For tech support, software recommendations, and other questions that don't warrant their own thread, please use the '/tech/ Questions and Support' sticky. For consumer advice, please use the consumer advice sticky located below. For tech support/issues with computers: https://startpage.com/ or https://ixquick.com (i.e., fucking Google it) https://stackexchange.com/

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/t/ech Questions and Support Anonymous 04/25/2020 (Sat) 07:16:43 No. 3 [Reply] [Last]
Bring all your hardware, software and other troubles here.
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Consumer Advice Anonymous 04/25/2020 (Sat) 07:18:24 No. 4 [Reply] [Last]
Looking to buy something but aren't sure what to get? Ask here.
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>>4437 Just go with DigitalOcean or Linode or something like that depending on your needs. You can get a shared core for $5 a month and for low-traffic static sites that is plenty, especially if you put Cloudflare in front of it to cache pages.

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Hydrus Network General #2 Anonymous Board volunteer 04/20/2021 (Tue) 22:48:35 No. 3626 [Reply] [Last]
This is a thread for releases, bug reports, and other discussion for the hydrus network software. The hydrus network client is an application written for Anon and other internet-fluent media nerds who have large image/swf/webm collections. It browses with tags instead of folders, a little like a booru on your desktop. Advanced users can share tags and files anonymously through custom servers that any user may run. Everything is free, privacy is the first concern, and the source code is included with the release. Releases are available for Windows, Linux, and macOS. I am the hydrus developer. I am continually working on the software and try to put out a new release every Wednesday by 8pm EST. Past hydrus imageboard discussion, and these generals as they hit the post limit, are being archived at >>>/hydrus/ . If you would like to learn more, please check out the extensive help and getting started guide here: https://hydrusnetwork.github.io/hydrus/
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>>4466 For some reason, it just started working again a couple days ago. I didn't change anything.
hydrus absolutely dies when trying to load many files, in the hundred thousand range. As expected. It's even worse when you try to add a tag to all this files as a batch. can something be done that allows the user to apply tags to a bunch of files in a search, without loading the actual files? For example, if I search feet, and it returns 200k results, I can add a tag to all those 200k results without actually trying to get hydrus to load all of them at once so it doesn't kill the client? By the way, a dynamic loading feature would be nice as well, instead of trying to load all results at once.
The suit tag has a 'meta:junk tag' next to it... what should I be using instead of 'suit'?

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Windows 11 leaked Anonymous 06/16/2021 (Wed) 03:22:00 No. 4469 [Reply]
https://archive.is/u3KpB > The software giant is holding a special Windows event to reveal its next OS on June 24th. The event starts at 11AM ET
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>>4479 >By delivering a product with a different name and looks, Microsoft will be able to swipe away Win10's bad repo and start again It's basically the same shit MS pulled when they made Windows Vista SP3 and decided to name it Windows 7, since the Vista name was also forever tarnished with the disastrous RTM build. At least with Vista SP3, Microsoft actually got their shit together enough to justify changing its name to Windows 7. But at that time MS wasn't an indian company ran by a sociopathic pajeet manlet that hates white people and full of diversity hires, so I have my doubts if they will repeat that redemption story.
Also reminder that since 2015 and until very recently, MS would stomp their feet saying Windows 10 was supposed to be "the last Windows" and that a full new release would never happen again, they would just forever keep releasing new builds (like a 22H1). Of course anyone who isn't a slack-jawed mouthbreathing drone knew this was pure marketing / pr bullshit, but this sudden backpedaling is still pathetic and so far I didn't see anyone calling MS out on it and demanding they give an explanation.
W10 looks like shit and this looks like garbage I fucking hate W10 so much and I'm forced to keep it on my work laptop because my colleagues are mongoloids and higher ups demand it

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Grsecurity is violating the GPL Anonymous 06/01/2021 (Tue) 15:18:31 No. 4274 [Reply]
>Section 101 of the US Copyright Act > >A work consisting of editorial revisions, annotations, elaborations, or other modifications which, as a whole, represent an original work of authorship, is a "derivative work." >Michael Short: they are a derivative work either way. GPL applies >https://twitter.com/asueekim1/status/1399721978853048334 >https://archive.is/B3E0m >https://twitter.com/MichaelShort/status/1388412973589438464 >https://archive.is/YRJrZ
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>>4306 >No-one is going to enforce it Wrong. > and you should really get over it. No. > You haven't found a single person of note with an appetite to make a serious fuss about grsec and get something done. Yes I have.
>>4344 Congrats on living a lie. Your thread is meaningless.
>>4428 Wrong Someone does wish to pursue it.

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Tor Discussion Anonymous 06/15/2020 (Mon) 04:52:53 No. 449 [Reply] [Last]
So, what's so bad about Tor? >it's a honeypot Not really, I have done extensive research into this and the only people caught on it were dumb fucks who made OpSec mistakes. Plus, the only people championing this point are schizos who use VPN services or set up their own VPN, or even just use their plain ISP-given IP address, all of which are way riskier than using Tor. If you're concerned about onion links being honeypots, then set up your own. It's one of the easiest things in the world to do. >it's slow Fair enough. >a lot of sites block it Yeah, and a lot of sites are fags anyways, a lot of sites are also using ReCatapha and require phone verification and use Cloudflare or AWS. Sites have been against privacy for a long time and are banning VPNs too. >it's operated by sjws&trannies Literally everything is now, including VPN services and ISPs, there is no escape unless you want to fully disconnect from the internet and live in a cabin in the woods, which considering people are still using this site, I don't see happening. Also, the directors are known privacy-advocates. >firefox Firefox is rapidly becoming a shit browser for privacy, yes, Chromium is worse, "Ungoogled" Chromium is still Chrome garbage, same with Brave, alternative Firefox builds are usually outdated, and Opera is blatantly spyware. Meanwhile, Tor usually strips out all the tracking that Firefox tries to push in new releases. >relays and nodes operated by governments Which is more of a reason to get more people using Tor so more people can set up nodes and relays aside from government interference. Not opening this to start an argument or a bash on how bad Tor is or just to simply praise Tor, I want a discussion, because most points about Tor being bad for privacy are easily debunked and usually only used by schizos and I want to ensure my personal privacy.
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>>3617 No: it is because systemd can be remotely exploited. The Tor people hate pedos, hate anti-feminists, and hate men. They are pro-women's rights, pro-tranny, pro-USA
Now it has script enabled, and it auto enables script on restart but shows no script icon, so this is surely honeypot.
I can say that I've been using tor for illegal activity. Not kiddie bullshit. But actual over state line . Packages filled with drugs etc. I did it for 4 years straight never had an issue. Once FBI showed at my residence but I later pieced together it was an old friend who was knowledgeable of what i was doing . And exactly what he knew is exactly what I was questioned about . The FBI agent had some virgin with him he pays to translate for him because they are literally so behind on tech they need to outsource their nerves. They even offered me to work for them and said I can make alot of money ... ( yeah right ) no I'm good . So anyways the point to this was. Tor was actually more secure than my friends and family was. I looked up recently i transferred over 3 bitcoins over a 4 year period. Just VPN and tor. And sometimes I'd connect to a open wifi. And for messaging always use a PGP program to encrypt your communications back and forth. Or use protonmail etc. I do want to emphasize there is truth to the relays and nodes being owned by some government. And the OP is fully correct by saying the more we use adopt and set up ourselves. Thr less power they have. But just take my story and ask yourself if what your doing is worse than what I was doing and they didn't catch it. Or didn't care enough. . OR tor actually helped keep my identity private .

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/p2p/ General Anonymous 05/06/2020 (Wed) 02:13:46 No. 23 [Reply] [Last]
Welcome to /p2p/, the dedicated peer-to-peer thread for /tech/ and the bunker for /t/orrentfags. What is P2P? Peer-to-Peer technologies allow decentralized networks to share data. They can be used to bypass oppressive government regulations on speech or to download the latest seasonal anime. What are my options? First and foremost is BitTorrent, a common protocol where files are split into chunks which are then shared via swarm, which works to get everyone a copy. There are many BitTorrent clients out there, and everyone has a personal preference. Some are owned my corporations and full of spyware. It's recommended you use something open source, like Deluge or qBitTorrent. Won't my internet get shut down? If your ISP is cucked then they might, but thankfully there is a solution. Use a VPN! Don't trust any VPNs that advertise all over the place. What is IPFS?

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Anyone know where I can download a trainer for the game Pid? The only one I found is in cheathappens and they want me to pay for it
>>3902 cheat engine retard a fucking 8 year old can do it
the Yacy search engine a Peer to Peer search engine

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I'm getting schizo Anonymous 06/08/2021 (Tue) 20:58:29 No. 4402 [Reply]
Hey, /t/. I've always heard about: "Google fucks your privacy", "Microsoft is a fucking botnet", "If a software doesn't give his code, probably is a spyware", etc. I'm very worry about this, so I want your help. Maybe my ignorance it's the cause of this... Really Microsoft/Google/Social medias steal persona information?, where can I get information?, some tip/recommendation?, or all this is just a bait and I'm a fool for believe them.
just read any "do you accept?" prompt instead of mindlessly clicking "yes" you fucking nigger retard, you dont need anything else, they fucking tell you everything theyre doing you fucking nigger retard nigger
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>>4404 It's just works. Thanks.
>>4402 if you want to generally unfuck your shit pronto get a computer from system76, purism or starlabs. to avoid/mitigate the hardware Cpu backdoors (AMD PSP and Intel Management Engine) On the topic of google, amazon, microsoft, all social media being spyware Yes yes they do that's how they make money. In reality you can only half avoid them so at least use a search engine that doesn't claim to harvest all your info like duckduckgo. if you want to completely avoid them use almost exclusively the tor browser (as it's currently the best browser for privacy and run Yacy search in private mode for your own personal search engine ( you can set it up to be accessible through tor ). it's not open source it has a back door and if it doesn't the government will gag order and force the company to put one in.

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Browser and Internet Privacy Thread Anonymous 08/13/2020 (Thu) 06:48:58 No. 984 [Reply] [Last]
A place to shill for your favorite browsers & addons. Learn how to protect yourself from the botnet. What are your favorite addons and browsing tricks to protect your privacy? Share them here so we can all be a little safer. Browsers Chrome Chrome is somehow still in the lead due to sheer momentum, despite even the dumbest lusers cracking jokes about memory usage. Google has continued to abuse their position as the largest website and browser to force non-standards compliant changes to the way rendering works, generally to their benefit. Should be avoided at all costs. They track everything you do in some way. Chromium Even "de-Google'd" it still phones home and tracks your every move. Plus it gives them market share to bully smaller browsers and websites into complying with their standards. Avoid. Firefox Mozilla is pretty cucked and it's running on Rust these days, but it's a decent compromise between the modernity of Chrome and the standards compliance of something like Pale Moon. It's the closest you can get to a proper browser that's also updated regularly. Addons are worse now that they use Google's "web extensions" API, which is a downgrade from the Mozilla API and no more secure. But the whole "Quantum" thing has it flying, and they are better about standards compliance than Chrome is, and usually only break away because Chrome gives them no choice. Pale Moon The Gentooman's preferred choice, although some sites just don't play nice with it anymore. The last real holdout of old Gecko rendering. Has a diverse ecosystem, but it's basically the remnants of Firefox from yesteryear repackaged. Not bad if you can stand many sites not playing nice.

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>>4374 The big gimmick of Nyxt is that since it is written in Common Lisp and includes a Swank server you can hook Emacs up to it and edit your configurations live on the fly. Try something out, write it to your init.lisp file and you are good to go. And since it is written in Common Lisp you can change pretty much any aspect of the browser, you are not boxed in like in other browsers. I have know about if for a while, but last time I checked (which was two years ago) it was still very experimental. I might give it a try now though. > and uses WebKitGTK. It can use both WebKit and Blink. Gecko is not supported though because Mozilla was retarded and made it practically impossible to embed Gecko.
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No wonder Firefox gets shittier with each release. >inb4 going to cuckchan
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>>4383 Why do the mozilla based browsers zoom so awkwardly compared to chromium, the pages get these deformed buttons and input fields. Maybe it's a GTK thing?

All AMD Processors Since Phenom II Have BadBIOS Circuitry That Leaks to the Military Anonymous 06/10/2021 (Thu) 11:34:40 No. 4426 [Reply]
Title gives my conclusion from empirical events I witnessed and inside info. PSP runs on the same circuit, but isn't the backdoor per se, which has been around for much longer. Just like AMD was able to change the crypto algorithms for the Zen chip they licensed to China, they can change how the CPU behaves at any system, even those already deployed. This can be used to sabotage any program or computation, making BadBIOS (uses radio, not sound) vastly nastier than StuxNet. American military made a grave mistake by giving access to the morons of the Brazilian military, who are letting knowledge of this spread like a fire (and misusing it for petty profit and inside jobs to justify a police state). Israel, UK and France also have access, but are much more professional.
You already posted this: >>3215 Although just as last time, > from empirical events I witnessed and inside info basically, you're pulling this out your ass

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Freenode Implodes Anonymous 05/22/2021 (Sat) 02:03:48 No. 4145 [Reply]
https://archive.is/SMqgj Most of the Freenode staff has resigned and moved to Libera.Chat now that Andrew Lee (or maybe someone from PIA) dun goofed with allowing corporate takeover of the site. Some might have considered it blown out of proportion: https://archive.md/b39Ic Gentoo might migrate soon, too: https://archive.md/DVhWz
Freenode is a honeypot that blocks Tor. Does Libera.Chat block Tor?
>>4165 The site plans to allow it eventually: >Libera.Chat is not yet accessible by Tor but we intend to have this available soon. https://libera.chat/guides/connect
Looks like Gentoo, Arch, and Artix have all moved to Libera.Chat. Tor is supported there now, too.

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News Thread Anonymous 05/06/2020 (Wed) 01:48:07 No. 21 [Reply] [Last]
Post and discuss the latest in technology happenings. t. Brian Fagioli
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>go get new MVPS hosts file after getting new phone >find message at top of page >just got out of the Hospital ... I now have some severe health issues to deal with (complete Kidney failure ... need a Kidney transplant) plus another operation ... large needles inserted into my spine ...however I will try to better maintain the MVPS HOSTS file. Well just got back from Hospital again (excessive water in lungs) I find out the world goes more to shit in even the smallest of ways every day.
News on the linux phones made by Purism, they have just started shipping their very expensive USA manufactured phones this June, their most recent post on their website says there's a 60 day lead time but otherwise no estimation on when customers will receive their product and still no sign of their cheaper ///chinese\\\ made phones beginning production. For the full bloated news, it's on https://puri.sm/posts/
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ThinkPad & Toughbook General Anonymous 04/30/2020 (Thu) 13:10:04 No. 10 [Reply] [Last]
Get any good deals lately? What mods have you done? Do any ricing lately? There is a used buying guide: https://www.bobble.tech/free-stuff/used-thinkpad-buyers-guide You can find information of ThinkPads at the ThinkWiki: https://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/ThinkWiki And ToughBooks at ToughWiki: http://toughwiki.com/index.php?title=Main_Page You may be interested in replacing your bootloader with libre software: https://www.coreboot.org/ https://libreboot.org/ https://1vyra.in/ (x30 Ivy Bridge only) Some Entertainment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fzmm87oVQ6c

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>>10 >Get any good deals lately? I recently got a XFR D630 for the low price of free. It has a functioning battery, 8 GB of RAM, and came with an 80 GB HDD with a windows10 installer on it (but it doesnt want to authenticate it, which is fine, Ill probably switch to linux on it soon anyway) This thing is a fucking TANK. Its my first tough book and damn, its just 6.5 pounds of magnesium and BEEF.
anybody here own a t430 i7 3612qm? looking to buy one with an i5 3rd gen and upgrade later down the road - wanted to get personal thoughts
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I am more interested in the toughbooks but I don't know what would be a good model that doesn't break the bank. I have seen some WinXP era Toughbooks have the 1394 Firewire port but too little RAM.

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lightwieght linux for old processor Anonymous 06/06/2021 (Sun) 04:55:17 No. 4355 [Reply]
Really glad to see this board taking off. I want a linux distro that I can rice for my x41 tablet thinkpad. It's a pentium m, 2 gigs of ram, 1024x768 screen. I've heard some suggestions >void linux >puppy linux >debian I'm a linux noob so I don't know what I'm doing, but I'd like to learn. as far as usage I want to shitpost and maybe doodle some. I've heard some say that my browser is more important than distro as far as snappiness goes. What browser would you suggest that still has 32 bit support.
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>>4358 How so and how much?
Give Slitaz Linux a try.
I also need something like this but for an old laptop with just 500MB ram. I've looked up which distros I could use for this once but I came up with names I had never heard before and I didn't go through with it. >>4355 I've run Debian on VMs with 2gb of ram just fine, though I imagine there are better alternatives for something you're going to be using constantly with multiple programs concurrently. I was just interested in running one or two programs and then shutting it down.

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ESR keeps his mouth shut. Anonymous 04/29/2021 (Thu) 21:20:36 No. 3827 [Reply]
To: esr@thyrsus.com Nothing more to say? You just keep your mouth shut because you quake in the knees at the thought of a BS libel suit from Grsec and just want peace in your old age, while RMS tilts at windmills regarding topics such as "Am I a Real Doctor" and "What /SHOULD/ The age of consent REALLY be: my musings over the years" and never "Hmm what of these blatant copyright violations that stab at the very heart of my movement?" Guess you're happy in you irrelevancy: which comes because you don't do what you used to do.
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GRsec will never be held to account. There is not a single person of note who wants to pursue it. The GPL is a fantasy and has no teeth and is irrelevant.
>>4353 >GRsec will never be held to account. Wrong. Funds are being gathered. >There is not a single person of note who wants to pursue it. Wrong. There is a person of note who wants to pursue it and is taking steps to do as such. It may take some time. >The GPL is a fantasy and has no teeth and is irrelevant. That is because of Richard Matthew Stallman: who is at the helm of the free-software movement but will not say a word. It is RMS's fault that he doesn't even speak to defend his copyright license. It's like a ship without a captain.
>>4353 >There is not a single person of note who wants to pursue it. This is completely wrong. You are wrong.

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