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Share Thread: Please Remember the Abused Chaikas Anonymous 11/24/2021 (Wed) 19:58:58 Id: 3cc00c No. 476242
READ ME BEFORE ASKING FOR ANYTHING YOU FAGGOT FUCK gitgud.io/Blank/stv/raw/m/OP-Pasta Previous Thread: https://archive.ph/ldX0N How to Contribute Post ITT, make a pull request (git client or gitgud IDE) or raise an issue. If you do not have you own gitgud.io account: tough shit because the public account is busted. Before requesting first check THE GITGUDS YOU COLOSSAL COCKGUZZLER, THEY EXIST FOR A REASON DEAD LINKS ARE CURRENTLY BEING PURGED Anons have experienced shady shit with IGG (e.g. miners and extra files that served no purpose in terms of running the games) and they're from Vietnam gitgud.io/Blank/stv/raw/m/CheckingBeforePosting gitgud.io/Blank/stv/raw/m/PC gitgud.io/Blank/stv/raw/m/GOG.sha256 gitgud.io/Blank/stv/raw/m/Consoles gitgud.io/Blank/stv/raw/m/LewedGames gitgud.io/Blank/stv/raw/m/NotGames gitgud.io/Blank/stv/raw/m/OST gitgud.io/Blank/stv/raw/m/LargeTorrentListings gitgud.io/Blank/stv/raw/m/Archives gitgud.io/Blank/stv/raw/m/QuickSearchableArchives We prefer danknet magnet links, not that garbage clearnet shit like bittorrents & IPFS. Read a book or something if you want to catch up en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anonymous_p2p#List_of_anonymous_P2P_networks_and_clients wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Anonymising_yourself privacytools.io thatoneprivacysite.net Save EVERYTHING >>>/eternalarchive/ >Bypassing Mega's bandwith quota MegaDownloader + github.com/dannyvoid/FNSRWR or mega-dl (megatools) and a proxy %>!,-space, https://mega.co.nz/result Guide to a Happy Share Thread Leechers 1. Before requesting, search online and even use distributed search engines (e.g. InfraSearch, Opencola, YaCy, FAROO). 2. Look in CheckBeforePosting, the archives, and volafile. 3. If a password is required check the archives, especially the source thread if it's listed. 4. Be as specific as possible. If you have the cover art of the file you want, post it in both the share thread and in vola room. 5. Links to files will purposely be misleading by having spaces, lines, keys & passwords split in the post. This includes torrent hashes. a. If you see a string of characters (e.g. c12fe1c06bba254a9dc9f519b335aa7c1367a88a) with or without dashes, it is a magnet link. b. If your bittorrent is shit, prepend magnet:?xt=urn:btih: to the string. c. Find and Replace (sed/tr/awk) is your friend. Uploaders 1. When in doubt, upload. Ask questions later. 2. Upload to at least 5 alternative sources and keep a local copy if space permits. 3. Use a URL shortener (spaced or split), base64 encryption, and/or paste relinks (e.g. zerobin.net) on file links to confuse bots. 4. Encrypt your uploads with a password, key, or generator. Rename the files something random, even their checksums. Maybe even pad files to the nearest GB or so to confuse bots. 5. If your connection is stable, it is extremely advisable to self host using anonymity tools like Freenet, I2P, Gnunet, distributed NNTP or MixMinion/Mixmaster. Volafile volafile.org/r/vg 1. Before uploading a batch of miscellaneous files (e.g images and music), be sure they are unique enough to stand on their own and that you ask for the majority's consensus whether to upload the files individually. 2. Upload 5 files and then zip the rest if the dump is larger then 6-7 files. Music Albums exceeding 5 files are to be zipped. 3. When uploading .torrent, either add them to the a zip of the game or just don’t upload those misc files. Properly label files so that they can be identified without asking someone else. 4. For lewd stuff with filenames like RJ74765, either add a .txt linking to the contents on a website or just add the title to the .txt (e.g. "BIG BOOTY WOMEN SIT ON SHOTA FACE (RJ34734)"). 5. You can filter files by file type (.txt, .rar, etc) or search the file list with the bar hidden by the filter files button. a. When in doubt, archive as a single [or split if too large], then upload.
>still has Vola in the OP >even though Vola is 100% fucking dead
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>>476251 Plenty of dead links in those gitgud pastes too. Remake the thread OP.
>>476254 I just copy-pasted the old OP from the link in the old thread because there was some software that I wanted to distribute and noticed that the old thread was locked and about to die. If you want to update it, do it yourself because I'm not that knowledge about these threads.
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Reposting Japanese dubbed movies audio collection from the Japanese Learning Thread. YUhSMGNITTZMeTl0WldkaExtNTZMMlp2YkdSbGNpOVpjekI1VWtGdlF3PT0= X1FrMmpJaVQ0aXpZVGhYS241UGNMUQ==
Holyshit, a new share thread. The last one fucking lasted 5 months. Is that anon that shared tons of Japanese ASMR still around, or was he lost when 8chan went down? I don't see any of his posts in the last thread at a quick glance, or after searching for lewd, voice, sound, ASMR, et cetera.
>>476410 I haven't seen voice anon anywhere & the pastebin's been inactive since the 'Hot summer update' with links expired. His content has been preserved though but I'm not sure to what extent. filelisting.com/amsr-voice-anon-mirror-f2ed36f95a88fc7e96ad97d5ccc0700553a30361.html
Where's Hitler?
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>>476679 In our hearts.
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>>476892 I've actually been thinking more and more about buying an older complete encyclopaedia set. The speed at which information on the internet is being changed, hidden, monetized or just out right deleted is beginning to get unsettling. Not to mention google itself becoming a complete shit show. The difficulty you now have to go through using google to find anything that's not just a link to the same five websites is absurd. We're all gonna become laughing man from the first season of ghost in the shell before we know it.
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>>476892 How do you unzip that National Geographic one with it split across 4 different files?
>>477722 Just dl them all and unpack the first it'll take the others with it, might ask for their location(s).
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>>476251 >>476254 >>476256 The OP being outdated has been a problem for literally years, it's been in need of a update since before 8moe was founded but most of the old shareanons who built it are long gone. It really needs to be searched through and cleared out, does anybody want to bite the bullet and spend the few hours checking all the links? >>476261 How smol is her penis? >>476410 He's been gone for at least two years, probably longer. Anons got mad at him for flooding every thread with weird irrelevant stuff and he stopped posting from what I recall. Also, anchor post for requests I guess. These threads rarely have them and I think it would make it easier to find stuff people /r/'d.
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Reposting from the last thread since it was dead and the links are still up in case someone that wants it missed it. I don't know how long the uploads last but a few times anons have expressed difficulty finding Xenoblade Chronicles X withe Uncensored patch applied so I upload mine to anonfiles. My copy is undub, uncensor, and NLA music is changed. https://anonfiles.com/B788E1U0uf/Xenoblade_Chronicle_X.part1_rar https://anonfiles.com/z6X6C5U0uf/Xenoblade_Chronicle_X.part2_rar https://anonfiles.com/r0m6E3U1u8/101c4c00_rar
>>478901 I managed to eventually get all the files from when you originally posted, I'm not sure this counts as a complete uncensor since when I made my character the breast size slider was still missing but it is still appreciated.>>478901
>>479018 The breast slider can't be put back into the game without tremendous effort by modders according to them or putting the English into a Japanese copy which would also take tremendous effort and no one cares enough to do either of those things. Its as uncensored as we're liekly ever to get unless a X port comes and they don't remove it again this time, which I could see happening nowadays given how much better Nintendo is on the subject. It is possible to change breast size but just not through a in game slider, I think you need to use cheat engine not sure of there other or easier ways. I found this link in quick search. https://fearlessrevolution.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=7604&sid=df68abf29cf0b9aa6352ef52d0770540>>479018
What are the strings in that format? >game name >#%eUpC1R7Z >%UePaXTr22_cdfH7RNVVcHAtGfsMpfhM3ZEUaGMSQH98 I found the explanation for magnet links but not for those, I guess it's encrypted links or something?
>>480308 Those are mega.nz links. Here's how you use them You type mega.nz/file/ Then you put that "eUpC1R7Z" in front of the /file/ After that you add #UePaXTr22_cdfH7RNVVcHAtGfsMpfhM3ZEUaGMSQH98 The end result should be https://mega.nz/file/eUpC1R7Z#UePaXTr22_cdfH7RNVVcHAtGfsMpfhM3ZEUaGMSQH98 I'm not sure why people are so cryptic about it.
>>480423 Thank you anon. It's understandable though, the easier to access the more it spreads and ruins it for everyone I guess.
>>480423 >>480432 There was an automated bot crawling share threads and reporting everything it found for a while,the required modifications to links were to distract it
Anyone know if there is an easy way to install pirated DLC on original steam games? Paradox games really fuck you over with 10x game price worth of dlc, and while I can easily download and play the whole game with all dlc, it seems modding is dog shit without steam. Is there some sort of ideal world where I can mix the ease of steam workshop with just pirating all Stellaris dlc?
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>>480785 Just use this for grabbing what you want. It works with mod lists as well. steamworkshopdownloader.io/
>>480793 The issue is that there is no way to install mods on stellaris besides through steam it seems. But I will try that.
>>480785 Did they change the way dlc loads now? You used to be able pirate the dlc and just use creamapi to fool steam into thinking its legit
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>>480799 I used it to install mods on the gog version.You have to tweak the files a bit. It has been a while since I did it so forgive me if I forget a anything. >Keep the zip file you download from stemworkshop downloader in the stellaris mod folder >open the zip and place the "descriptor.mod" from the mod's zip in the same stellaris mod folder >open it in notepad or whatever you have that is similar >I think the main change was to the "archive" section of pic related >rename the descriptor.mod file you tweaked to the mods name so you can repeat this for whatever other mods you use When complete your mod folder should have the zip file for the mod and the descriptor file you tweaked. I think that was it.
>>480801 >creamapi Never even heard of it, googling seems to indicate it was discontinued. Was it used to fool the local steam client into believing your account had all dlcs which you downloaded manually? Sounds like the perfect solution to me.
Does anyone know where i can find the Wii game "A New Beginning" ? I can't find it one the https://gitgud.io/Blank/stv/raw/m/CheckingBeforePosting
>>476261 Why would anyone in his right mind want to watch shitty hollyjew movies with nip dubs?
>>476242 May as well ask here, Command Ops 2 and HighFleet plz and thank you.
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>>477772 >anchor post for requests May as well use this. Requesting Ziggurat 2. In preemptive return I show you this Pikachu.
>no hitler
>>484168 > implying I could afford a car
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>>483922 Nice pikachu. MachineGunnur has it.
Anyone know a website where I can download ps2 roms? It seems they all got nuked, all torrents I find are fucking dead
>>485513 Those... are not a lot. No Mana Khemia
Sharing is rather risky where I live, what are the recommended VPNs for piracy? Heard people recommend mullvad, is it actually good or will I get fucked eventually?
Can somebody pls link assassins creed 2 digital deluxe edition, cant find it anywhere, there's one link on 1337x but its bugged
>>485955 I've been using Mullvad for a while and i haven't gotten any emails about copy right infringement while i use it, but i haven't tried any other VPNs. Ask /t/
Where can I find e-book reader recommendations? I have never bought one before. I want to pirate books and comics/manga both monochrome and in color to read on it.
>>485509 https://r-roms.github.io/ Found this a few month back. I would suggest you grab what you can while you can. Even though it's all hosted on archive.org, who are usually good about copywrong faggotry, this was all compiled by plebbit and we all know how well those faggots keep things quiet for longevity's sake. Also since it's archive.org you may need to make an account, temporary/throwaway emails will work fine.
>>485509 >>485967 >>486364 There's a request anchor >>477772
>>486364 Frankly, a phone or tablet is probably your best bet. The age of dedicated e-ink readers is long past. I personally use a jailbroken 2016 iPad that I got for cheap off of someone else. I'm not sure where I got it, but I used a sideloaded copy of Comic Flow for comic reading. It's about as good as it gets. It is a little difficult to get content to and from Comic Flow since I need to use a different app to host a webserver for uploading content into the iPad, and then I need to use a file manager to move files around because the reader app is sandboxed. Actually paying for the app is supposed to make that easier, but my time and ingenuity are payment enough. That said, Madokami does take a few steps out. fbreader is what I use to read on Android. I own a copy since I used to grind goog surveys back in 2014, but you can get a copy off of FDroid. If I would read manga on Android, I'd probably give Kinoko another try -- also on FDroid. Nekome, too. If you're feeling risky, you could probably try to build hendroid without the ads. It's got a pretty gud reader.
>>486752 >The age of dedicated e-ink readers is long past Why? I don't have a tablet handy and phones are too small, so I was betting on an e-reader for its lower price since I don't need any other functionality tablets offer.
>>486785 They're pretty slow to update and change pages, and it's been that way for the better part of a decade. That's e-ink for you, though. Either way, dedicated e-readers are by definition an additional expense. It's another thing you elect to buy. If you already have a phone, you can already have an e-reader. You just need the software to do the job. And further, it gets to be a phone while it's not not being an e-reader, which will probably be months at a time when you finish some series and go on a manga break. I've got a kobo glo that's been sitting in on shelf that has been waiting for me to come back since 2013. In any case, the only two areas where e-ink devices are set apart is in battery life and a matte screen. Since a Kobo is the only ereader that I would consider (because they will read DRM-free content), that's a minimum $130 weeds that I'd need to fork over for a Nia. That can be easily reinvested into a pair of powerbanks and a matte screen protector, and I'll get the red backlight for free from whatever night mode is shipped with my phone OS. It won't read as well in the sun, and that's where the e-ink has me beat. Also, the screens are super fragile. Once I fell asleep while reading. When I woke up, I put a hand down to get up and it cracked just from that. Once the screen cracks, the last image is stuck. I can imagine similar damage from having the reader in your pocket or in a backpack and leaning up against something. Phones are pretty durable by comparison, tablets are fifty-fifty.
>>486814 My father has an e-ink reader, from several years ago, but from what I understand is that the main advantage is that it has no backlight, as it's meant to simulate the look of paper. As such you can not read it in the dark, without using a lamp/flashlight, however it will not strain your eyes as much as a phone or tablet screen.
>>486895 They have backlights now, and have had them for about a decade. The division these days is between what color of backlight. Originally, they were this greeny-blue color, then they started bringing in more amber and reddish hues. Blue is bad in the dark, red is better. Eyestrain is the thing, but most phones these days offer very reasonable autostepping brightness and color temp adjustment, while reader apps have contrast modes that help with legibility. Either way, you're still looking at something for hours on end. So long as you blink often enough, that's not going to damage your eyes. >>486785 Aight. This got me riled up, so I'll give your question the benefit of the doubt. Outside of print, there are three modes of digital e-reader: 1. e-ink. These are the cast majority of e-readers on the market, and are the only types currently being marketed. 2. LCD. These are basically branded Android tablets that usually contain some sort of limited app store, or require you to sample from their exclusive ebook and content libraries. Little walled gardens. These are represented by your Amazon Fires, Barnes and Noble Nooks, and Kobo Arcs. 3. e-reader apps that live on your phone or tablet (or laptop). Fair to say, it's only worth discussing e-ink readers. LCD readers were part of mid twenty-teens tablet landrush, and most got swept away by more generalized, dedicated tablets (the iPad). There's no practical reason to buy a Fire or similar tablet, unless you were interested in an ad-subsidized budget tablet. So, e-ink: Pro: + Long battery life. e-ink displays only draw power when updating. Usage cycles are generally 1-2 weeks between charges. + Matte, looks like paper. Readable in bright sunlight. Con: - Long refresh rates. Fastest e-ink screens can do a fullscreen refresh in a half second. This gets much slower in the cold. - Comparably low pixel density. - Generally greyscale only. Color e-ink displays do exist, but you'll need to live in Europe to find one easily (PocketBook). Onyx BOOX also has a color e-ink reader, but it's $400USD. - Limited lifespan. It's estimated that you should get about a million refreshes from any e-ink display. So, a million pages. If you use a browser or anything that might refresh faster than you'd normally read a page, then the 10-year expected lifespan starts to get shorter very quickly. If you need color, then your options are very limited. All will be using the Kaleido e-ink panel: https://goodereader.com/blog/electronic-readers/here-are-all-of-the-color-e-readers-released-in-the-past-12-months Of the selection, the two that stand out are the Onyx BOOX Nova3 Color and the Pocketbook Inkpad Color. Both have the same display, while the BOOX is much better specced with an 8-core 1.8Ghz CPU (vs. a dual core 2Ghz CPU on the Pocketbook) and 3 GB of RAM vs. the Pocketbook's 1GB. Since both are about $400USD, I'd try to source the BOOX, but be willing to settle on a Pocketbook. Be aware, when in color mode, resolution on both of these devices will be 1/3 of normal -- a screen resolution of 468x624 when in color (normally 1404x1872 in grey). If $400 is too much to spend, fall back to a phone or tablet. You can buy a current gen baseline iPad for $330USD. If that's still too much, a Lenovo Tab M10 is in the $200USD range, while the M8 are closer to $100USD. If you absolutely must have a e-ink display, but can afford not to get color, then the Kobo Nia is $130USD. Kobo readers have a gradual price creep between models, but I'd settle on the Libra H20 being the functional minimum (at $180) due to the significantly better display, but mainly the face buttons. Changing pages on a e-ink touch panel is a fucking slog. The Libra 2 is functionally the same as a Libra H20, but it's got 32GB of storage (and a full gig of RAM as opposed to the H20's 512MB). Either way, they're all ripoffs since they no longer offer SD card expansion.
>>486897 Do you really need colored e-ink? If you only use it for reading books, most books either don't have illustrations, or have some black and white ones every 20-50 or so pages. Usually the only colored thing from a book, is it's cover, but I don't think anybody is going to complain, that they only have a black and white cover on their e-ink reader. Unless you really want to read western comic books, not sure how it handles manga, then I think you should be fine with a black and white one.
>>486897 Thanks a lot. I thought color e-ink would be common these days, but I guess not. I'll have to settle for a tablet.
>>486904 Pretty much everything (but a stock kindle) reads CBZ and CBR plus the typical assortment of jpg, png, gif, and bmp. So, they can read typical manga distributions. Having color means they can, strangely enough, show color. The big problem is that the color panels are new, and they're extremely limited on handheld devices. Rather, the present benefactor of color e-ink is digital signage and e-readers are getting compromise panels to make us feel attended to while they work out the kinks. There was a ereader thread on halfchan /g/ yesterday. They had a lot to say about the Kindle Paperwhite, though. I think it might be the cheaper option if your big selling point is a waterproof reader with a warm backlight, and if face buttons don't turn you on (like they do me). I think they can be jailbroken with an exploited .mobi and some other files, and from there you can toss in KOReader. KOReader will read CBZ and CBR, plus add in epub support and reflow pdfs with OCR magic. https://github.com/koreader/koreader/wiki/Installation-on-Kindle-devices
Would you be kind enough to share Evil Within's OST with me? I've looked around and have found some torrents, but all of them are either dead or can not reach 100% download. I also have gone through gitgud link, in OP.
Can someone remind me what the command to verify that a GOG installer is signed on linux?
>>488010 I was going to tell you to fuck off but the old threads have all actually died so here: osslsigncode verify -in nigger.exe
>>489242 Well, the command I posted should work since I copied it straight from my bash history but for some reason osslsigncode updated at some point and now it demands a path to a CA file which is retarded. I don't know how to make it work and since this seems relatively obscure I can't find much info either. I'll take a look tomorrow if nobody else can come up with a solution.
>>489242 >>489267 I'm sure that's enough information to figure it out myself later, thanks you uppity faggot.
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I absolutely need the fixed version of Uncommon Time Duet. It is imperative.
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Hey, any of you niggers remember Sonic Mega Collection Plus? I found a torrent for a PC version of it. >What is it? An old official emulator/repackaged content pack released by SEGA in 2004 (first version was released in 2002 IIRC) with 20 Sonic games according to the wiki. A lot of them have to be unlocked, though. It also contains some extra stuff to look at. I'm mainly interested in it because I played it on Original Xbox as a kid. thepiratebay dot org/description.php?id=5095236 If anyone is interested in downloading it, I'll help seed the torrent. The only reason I was able to get it myself is because someone left it running in their seedbox or something. I know it's better to just get the PC Collection but I don't feel like downloading all that extra shit.
Anyone got the original version of alien shooter 2, preferably the gold edition? The 2 (((remakes))) are shitty and dumb-downed.
>All these old ganes and share sites gone solely because of Jewtendo Worst fucking company
>>496498 Nintendo is the literal hitler of video games
>>476242 All the links to 3DS ROM sites in the text files in the OP are either dead or contain barely any game. Is there any good place to get some 3DS games?
>>497088 Yes, it's called ebay
>>497088 https://opentrackers.org/torrentleech/ TorrentLeech has plenty of game torrents, including a 1.2TB 3DS collection.
Anyone has GOG version of this? I remember this was on GOG but the usual place doesn't have it and the GOG store doesn't have it either.
>>497924 This game was never released on GOG. Recettear and Chantelise were, but are no longer sold there.
Anybody got Sengoku Range? Furthermore are there any significant differences between the fan translation and Mangagamer releases?
>>498709 MG made the dialogue a lot more verbose than it was in the fan TL, hurting the comedy aspect of it It was words words words compared to the funny bluntness of the fanslation
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>>498754 What a shame. Coincidentally I have the exact same issue with SMT3 HD's retranslation. Anyway, do you happen to have a magnet link or anything to the fan translated version? I can't seem to find it anywhere online.
Anyone got the intraverse infinity volumes on-hand?
Does anyone know if the GTA 3/VC reverse engineering project got continued anywhere?
Does anyone have the steam version of Final Fantasy 7? All I seem to find is the SE store version which doesn't work with mods.
>>476892 Those links no longer work, can you reupload them?
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Does someone have the uncensored version of this?
>>509523 Is there a site that hosts files longer than a few months?
Does anyone know where I can get a copy of Art of Metal Gear Solid (?), that artbook by Yoji Shinkawa? I love his art and wanted to do up a few small posters/frames for my room, but all the pictures I can find online are under 1200x and often has bad jpg compression on them
>>510932 I have seen links to voice files on Katfile & Rapidgator last long without needing to leech premiums
>>510932 Mega and Google Drive, if you want to deal with them. Or you could create a torrent
>>478901 >https://anonfiles.com/r0m6E3U1u8/101c4c00_rar May I ask what that file is? Also is the game unpacked or not? Sorry I'm new to WiiU piracy / emulating.
>>511460 Thats the update and "DLC" needed so you can use graphics packs. On the WiiU the DLC is just speedpacks so the game loads much faster its not necessary on PC but you do need the update for graphics packs. You can delete the "DLC" after you install it to save space if you want but I never did so and I forgot the specifics of how to do so. You could probably trial and error delete the folder/folders or try looking it up if you care about the space. You'll need to unzip part 1 and 2 and be good to go. Load spacetravel.rpx in Cemu and you're playing.
>>510974 There's a copy on madokami, if that's an option for you. It's not a terribly thick book and this copy is about 270mb compressed. ~2400x3500 scans. This link will probably expire by the weekend. https://litter.catbox.moe/5b3cd0.rar
>>511637 Thank you very much anon!


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