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Really stupid mistakes you have made Bakanon 05/12/2021 (Wed) 02:20:09 No. 519
>1 month ago >decide to buy an external HDD to free space on my PC >move a truckload of files I haven't used in a while but still want to keep (old documents, music I almost never listen to, family photos, old games) >"do you want to encrypt the HDD?" >click yes because doing it made me feel like a haxxor >write complex password I have never used before to increase the haxxor mood >don't write a hint or set up a way to recover it to make sure nobody sees my shit >forget about the HDD and its content <1 month later >want to play an old game >connect old HDD to PC >"Please enter the password" >... >shit >FUCK >can't remember the password >none of the passwords I usually use work >didn't write it anywhere because I'm a paranoid fuck >password hint is fucking ":D" >mom asks for some of the old photos I have stored in the HDD because she wants to print them and make a collage 1 week later and she's still waiting for them because I cockblocked myself out of my own files by pretending to be a cool secret haxxor.
>>519 >password hint is fucking ":D" hahaha fucking nice >1 week later and she's still waiting F I've had a few close calls but never accidentally deleted anything more than a month of stuff. I recently went on a HDD buying spree and have like 16TB of storage now. However there was that one time when I was experimenting with Linux in 2009 and wiped all the metadata of my files when I copied them over from Windows. It's a minor thing but since I keep basically my whole life in digital format it can be a pain in the ass not being able to check metadata on an old project if I'm curious when I was working on it. When I first experimented with Linux I didn't know the "startx" command so I spent about a month just doing stuff from the commandline. Then one day I typed it in and was like "wtf this thing has a GUI?"
>>520 >When I first experimented with Linux I didn't know the "startx" command so I spent about a month just doing stuff from the commandline Wait, isn't startx supposed to run automatically? What Linux distro were you running and how long ago did you play with it?
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>all my passwords are just my username backwards + 42069 I am above you fools, I never forget my passwords, even years later.
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>>521 I was using Slackware, I think that's setup so that you need to manually configure your startup or you're stuck on commandline. And it was like 15 years ago. >>522 nonakaB42069 eh? brb hacking you
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>>527 Fool! That was just an example number. As if I'd share the real number.
>>535 Fool! Now I know what number the password isn't
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>>538 Fool! There are an infinite number of numbers. Infinity minus one is still infinity. As expected of the dumbest fairy.
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>>541 >implying there are numbers greater than 1 million Nice try but I won't fall for your tricks anon
>>527 >Slackware >15 years ago That explains everything. Not only Linugs only became somewhat usable for newcomers with Ubuntu 10.04, but Slackware has never been known for being "friendly". >>522 I usually do a similar technique (same string of words + something different for each account), but I used something completely different for the HDD because hackers lol
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>>543 >Slackware has never been known for being "friendly"
>>544 Friendly for newcomers.
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>>519 >":D" Have no fear, anon. I know your password. benis :DDDDDDD
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>unplug computer and take it apart to blow the dust out with compressed air >put it back together >plug the monitor into the motherboard instead of the video card >spend two days completely baffled as to why nothing seems to work properly and even basic games lag to hell I may be dumb, but I'm also stupid At least I learned from it and the last time I made that mistake, I was immediate in checking that I plugged it in right and fixed it.
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>>617 >plug the monitor into the motherboard instead of the video card I'm actually surprised it even let you start the OS without exploding. >I may be dumb, but I'm also stupid Hey, t least you didn't completely disassemble a laptop without paying attention to the location of the screws, causing 3 of them to get lost, others to force their way in and get swept out, and a couple of large screws in the wrong places to dent the plastic case of the laptop, nor did you get to blame a supposed "tech-savvy friend" to whom you "took the laptop to check".


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