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Anonymous 07/10/2021 (Sat) 21:06:41 No. 4792 [Reply]
Is this the final stage of the blockchain meme? https://girlfriend.finance/
>>4792 I don't know what's worse, the fact that something as retarded as this exists or the fact that some people are going to fall for this
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>>4796 Factor out the bullshit and it makes a lot of sense. Replace cuckold relationships (deliberate NLP with "girlfriend" for someone who is not, in fact, your girlfriend) with any non-commodifiable service e.g. music. Replace NFT degenerate blockchain signature-orgies with a single signature (i.e. an autograph) of the person that actually matters, the musician. You now have a basis for a long-term relationship (platonic) with a content creator, solidified by a bonding ritual/tradition. You thus enable investment capitalism and shun transaction capitalism.
>>4805 That sounds more like a parasocial "relationship"

I Built an Air-Gapped Feed Reader and That Unveiled US’ Military Surveillance Anonymous 07/10/2021 (Sat) 23:26:40 No. 4795 [Reply]
I made for myself a feed reader that can visit pages that need JavaScript (with Puppeteer), make feeds from it (PHP script), make full feeds out of it and write the result to an email file (msg/eml). I then take these files to an air-gapped computer (no network ports, no radio dongles) and read it there with a localhost web stack and custom JavaScript that makes it easy to read hundreds of entries every day. The emails include images and even videos, so there is no need to visit the sites manually most of the time. Besides learning what is written in all these feeds, I have come to learn what isn't written: the US military has access to all PCs (even air-gapped ones) by using radio to control all CPUs (BadBIOS). They use this for blackmail, sabotage and theft. All done by state sponsored cyber terrorists. This is the reason the US is insisting that countries don't use Chinese 5G: China has discovered what the US was doing and now can either do it themselves or block the US' radio transmissions - and the US doesn't want to lose their backdoors. I also learned that the big social networks tap into the data mined by the US' military to surface recommendations in their timelines. TikTok was called a national security threat, but isn't the only one that is tapping the surveillance machine: Twitter, YouTube and Facebook are on it too. I am willing to partner with researchers who want to replicate my findings and reverse engineer the malware they inject on the RAM of PCs. There is more that I haven't written here, but ask away and I will reply. For those who don't have the skills or don't want to face the danger of going against a corrupt military, but that still want to stand against the violations of Human Rights that are going on, just spread the word. Thank you.

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Windows 11 leaked Anonymous 06/16/2021 (Wed) 03:22:00 No. 4469 [Reply] [Last]
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
Edited last time by codexx on 06/16/2021 (Wed) 03:49:30.
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>>4729 Normalniggers only creamed over Nutella because he is an H1B brown pajeet. Pajeets are probably the worst choice anyone could pick to run a large company - even a tranny nigger midget would probably be less damaging. Like all manlet pajeets in a position of power, Nadella is a megalomaniac who always wanted to turn Windows into "his" OS and Microsoft into "his" company. Like every pajeet, he is extremely stubborn and will never, ever admit to having made a mistake. If pajeets are in a sinking ship, they'd rather sink and drown with the ship, in case abandoning the ship would carry the implication that they've made a mistake. That's why they always stick with any bad decisions made regarding Windows 10's design even if there's backlash and no one likes it. Saying all of this from experience by the way. I have worked with and interacted daily with pajeets in an IT company that hired a few of them because they fell for the "indians are smart and good with tech" meme. >half of his bad ideas have failed already, leaving a long trail of tech debt detritus to clean up Well he's a street shitter, of course he leaves a trail of shit wherever he goes. You bet I miss Ballmer every day.
>>4729 All of this but it true, but you forgot to mention Microshafts market share increased by like a billion dollars last year.
>>4729 >starts push to make win32 apps legacy This has been happening from Ballmer's era. It's only recently that they quietly backed down, started giving more attention to their C++ compiler, and the Win32 documentation section of MSDN. >.NET team cut loose and free to do whatever they want, except now they're completely divorced from the OS roadmap and never shall the two come together again .NET can go suck a dick. >>4735 >You bet I miss Ballmer every day. At least he's too stupid to follow Google's business model.

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What should I do with these computers? Anonymous 06/30/2021 (Wed) 01:27:09 No. 4661 [Reply]
I have a few computers lying around my house that I don't use anymore or inherited and I'm trying to find what to do with them. To answer the question of why I don't use them, it's because I already have a laptop, tablet, and desktop that already suit my basic needs. So, what should I do with these aside from tossing them (Which I think is a waste)? Here are the models I have: >Kaypro 10 >Dell Latitude CPi A-Series >HP Pavillion G7 1355dx >HP Pavillion 500-424
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>>4661 > What should I do with these computers? sell them
Give em to me, I'll use them.
>Kaypro 10 You should sell. I have no idea how rare it is but it might fetch a decent price among retro collectors. >Dell Latitude Install Windows 98 on it and make it a DOS/Win9x era retro gaming machine. Or keep it stored somewhere and hope that in 5 - 10 years it will increase in value with retro collectors. Or throw it in the trash. >HP Pavilion desktop and laptop These machines still have pretty decent specs for basic use, and can run Windows 10 or current Ubuntu / Mint just fine. You could turn one of them into a HTPC or living room web browsing machine. You can try selling them for about 100 bucks each, but I'm not sure it's worth the hassle. If not, donate them (i.e. to a school or some poorfag who is in need of a working PC).

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>>4688 I didn't read all that huge wall of text (especially with that terrible formatting for mobile devices), but I'm under the impression that journo just got some inspiration after finishing MGS2 for the first time and watching the endgame codec dialogue.

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Anonymous 07/01/2021 (Thu) 08:29:47 No. 4682 [Reply]
>ALL the software is beta >You had problems? It's your fault for using beta software
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>mfw beta testing females

Setun thread Anonymous 04/29/2021 (Thu) 00:58:09 No. 3805 [Reply]
Thread about Setun and ternary logic/math/computing. Resources: https://computer-museum.ru/english/setun.htm Develop with ternary in the browser: https://www.edmundgriffiths.com/setunka.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Setun
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>>3822 No. Privileged commies, like Sobolev, just wasted the time, all while peasants worked at the collective farm, providing these academic parasites with food.
>>4103 Is that really any different to modern-day capitalism though?
>>3822 With bal3 numbers you can round accurately just by truncating.

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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.
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>>4457 As far as I know, System76, Purism, and StarLabs can't remove PSP or IME, nor can they replace closed-source chipset drivers. I don't think this is by choice, but generally it violates their contracts to do it themselves and voids the warranty even if they could. Their hands are tied. But I'd really like to be proven wrong.
More and more you'll notice their A.I.'s knowing you on a personal level.
>>4509 PSP is a motherboard module, some asrock models including mine can disable it, but you'll have to trust experts that it really is disabled. As for getting a computer without even support for it, arm64 or risc-v computers might be more promising, just remember only 5% of the risc-v instruction set on consumer chips are actually free and open source, vendors stack their proprietary implementations for things like video codecs and networking instructions. So arm64 is more practical at the moment due to larger software support.

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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
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>>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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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.

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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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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GPL and programmers ("fellow" programmers are pieces of fucking shit) Anonymous 05/24/2021 (Mon) 06:38:06 No. 4176 [Reply]
>>81750001 https://boards.4channel.org/g/thread/81749928/ >I only use mit, mpl, and apache licenced libraries. Gpl can fuck off I'm selling my work. Is it your contention that you referencing a GPL'd library function makes your program a non-seperable derivative work of the GPL'd library? Is that your contention? Are you a fucking retard? Oh, you're a programmer! I bet you believe that editing someone else's code and then making a "diff" of your changes makes that a seperable non-derivative work too! Stupid fucking piece of shit. Here's a hint: You can "link" GPL'd code as you wish from anywhere under US jurisprudence. You cannot distribute diffs of changes you made to the GPL'd library/kernel/etc itself with ANY additional terms. But you fucking programmers believe

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>cuckchan /g/ That place went to rock-bottom shitter so fast beyond believe, sometimes I wonder if there are still real posters in that board.
All open source licenses are cuck licenses, including GPL. Corporations like Google steal your stuff and use for satanic purposes.
>>4194 That's why you use AGPL. It's the license I always use, even for things that don't normally go to the web. I don't those web conglomerates to get any ideas in the event that any of my software ever becomes popular.

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Anonymous 05/24/2021 (Mon) 17:21:34 No. 4183 [Reply]
Why do Russians keep promoting this video saying america never went to the moon? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpuKu3F0BvY&t=791s Why are Russians such FUCKS!!!! Russians also want to FUCK young girls?!
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The tv shows were a hoax. But we went to the moon. The shows were produced for domestic consumption from teletype reports sent from the mission. However it is not the American flag that flies there. >Von Braun had his requirements.
technology?
>> 4184 Women are not humans and shouldn't have any rights.

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LaTeX Anonymous 06/02/2020 (Tue) 08:35:25 No. 334 [Reply] [Last]
Although not entirely in the spirit of /t/, let's talk a bit about this typesetting tool. What do you use it for? Do you like using it? Encountering any problems? What program do you use? I mainly use it for my academic reports, since it works very well with formulae and chemical reactions. Anything else would be an abstract horror, so to say. I have been using TeXworks+JabRef, and have mostly been satisfied with the results - except for the occasional hiccup like the formula above. The only drawback is that there is not a proper dark theme, so it gets a little straining on the eyes sometimes.
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>>820 If you cite it by using copy and paste, I can just copy and paste your citation into the search function and thus find the point, you took it from.
>>814 Most distributions will just automatically install packages you need. They'll do it in the background when you compile. While I think Latex sometimes has an obtuse way of writing libraries, providing everything out-of-the-box in one go is monolithic and a bad idea.
>>334 >What do you use it for? Anything that involves formulae. If you don't use formulae you shouldn't bother. >Do you like using it? No, but nothing else can even compare. >Encountering any problems? Embedding images sucks and drawing graphs with a bunch of external packages does too. >What program do you use? Texmaker. There are undoubtedly better programs but it does everything I need. >>335 Tikz-feynman is a great library.

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Using computer in nature, outside Anonymous 04/16/2021 (Fri) 22:41:35 No. 3564 [Reply]
I do not like to be in wood or concrete box and use computer there how to be outside computer? like go to a sun, beach, mountains, forest and compute from there? how do you transfer electricity to computer? how do you transfer internets to computer? but can you focus on computing when there are birds, water, sounds, sun, naked kids? do you like to be in prison cell like room and use computer there?
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>>3904 Sure, why not? Butt really it's mostly an alternative /b/pol/ at the moment TBH la~
>>3751 >Laptop with spare battery my nigger. I do 90% of my coding outside. But where? Where do you go with it? Where do you sit? What if CIA grabs your laptop before you grab the gun?
It is sick to stay in wooden or concrete box all day. Humans are supposed to be outside.

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