Hackers for Hire Anonymous 10/18/2019 (Fri) 06:53:43 [Preview] No. 1478 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Looking for onion links to known good hackers for hire on the dark web. Also looking for recommendations from any guys you may have used in the past. Willing to spend a decent lump of cash to get this done. Please don't waste my time with cheap bastards from shithole countries looking to scam, I have crypto ready just want to find quality service that will get the job done. Very interested in finding groups/people with known prior history of getting the job done. Job should be easy for someone with the right skillset, looking to get into twitter accounts and personal data to out a known pedo (no offense if thats your cup of tea, target is a bastard who has it coming from worse things)

Mainstream shit I've found thoughts?:

Anonymous 10/18/2019 (Fri) 07:20:15 [Preview] No.1479 del
Go back to bed Fred. Find something better to do with your time like a diet or something.

Blockchan Anonymous 09/20/2019 (Fri) 14:27:28 [Preview] No. 13645 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
BlockChan: The Uncensorable Image Board

- Blockchan runs on XRP + IPFS
- We are immutable, indestructible, uncensorable
- Host a decentralized federated node in under 5 mins: https://github.com/ndm-inf/BlockChan
- High level recruits wanted!

https://blockchan.link - https://blockchan.ca
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Anonymous 10/14/2019 (Mon) 15:32:11 [Preview] No.13831 del
dose any one have an i2p link to this please

Anonymous 10/14/2019 (Mon) 15:39:13 [Preview] No.13832 del
Sounds to me like we've got a retard on the loose. I'll try to spoonfeed the key "debate" point from post 13807 to you:

nntp protocol just underlying protocol, no inherent bias. That why work 30 year. Brand new foundational tech with swastikas stupid, unnecessary, pointless, and self-defeat.

Hope that helps you with reading comprehension and formulation of a response! It's okay if you got nuthin' but coming up with a name to call me though. I understand. :)

Anonymous 10/14/2019 (Mon) 15:52:30 [Preview] No.13833 del
i dont think he cares

Anonymous 10/16/2019 (Wed) 10:22:30 [Preview] No.13839 del
Here is the thing, brother: It does not matter what technology we are using, what matters is the community of which it fosters.
If you don't want a "Free Speech Platform" please just go back to Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Reddit, there are millions waiting for you.
The reason why people are moving from F.Y.T.R. to Gab, Voat, Bitchute and *chan is because they can tolerate "Free Speech" i.e. /pol/.
The price you pay for avoiding /pol/ is government-corporate spying (see ADL and SPLC), data mining (adverts) and heavy censorship (ala GamerGate).
If you are going to act like a tankie all day and want to de-platform people, someday you yourself will be de-platformed.

Anonymous 10/18/2019 (Fri) 02:23:34 [Preview] No.13842 del
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/pol/ is his entire world

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Testers Wanted! chat onion (Tor) site Anonymous 09/20/2019 (Fri) 11:08:59 [Preview] No. 13636 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I'm testing an onion site and would like testers to test the site. This site is/has...

- a plain HTML chat
- no Javascript
- easy CAPTCHA

Please come and test it!
I want testers to try my site, specifically try making it DoS.

Anonymous 09/20/2019 (Fri) 17:42:47 [Preview] No.13647 del
No thanks I don't want to get pwnd by your TCP flow attack

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Anonymous 09/21/2019 (Sat) 10:19:03 [Preview] No.13657 del
>TCP flaw attack
Just I want you to test my site. :)
I didn't know "TCP flaw attack"
It's like this? OP isn't any attacker. If you ask, I can prove that. Anyway, thanks for your attention!

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Anonymous 10/17/2019 (Thu) 22:45:07 [Preview] No.13841 del
The testing ended. Thanks!

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/AI/ - Artificial Intelligence General Anonymous 10/12/2019 (Sat) 20:30:51 [Preview] No. 13812 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Everything related to electronic-computer based artificial intelligence(s)

What Is AI?
Artificial intelligence is displayed intelligence by an electronic computer such as the functions of learning, pattern recognition, optimization, memory, data inference, navigation, analysis of large data sets, and other functions.

Where Should I Look?

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Anonymous 10/15/2019 (Tue) 00:21:08 [Preview] No.13836 del
If there is a human-like AI we can't really know if it has the kind of consciousness we have until said AI has the hardware that makes it experience both life and death.

Anonymous 10/17/2019 (Thu) 18:17:51 [Preview] No.13840 del
What could he possibly have meant by this?

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Anonymous 08/28/2019 (Wed) 05:22:21 [Preview] No. 13490 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
8chan has been killed by retarded schizophrenic Q-tards, so I guess this is my new home. Looking around I see more of the same. What is the bot to human ratio here? How many schizos are taking their meds verses not? What are the humans working on?
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Anonymous 09/05/2019 (Thu) 11:55:21 [Preview] No.13539 del
Some people finally coming from 8/tech/, probably. That's the case for me anyway.
Get out of this board

Anonymous 09/05/2019 (Thu) 21:07:37 [Preview] No.13543 del
>8chan has been killed by retarded schizophrenic Q-tards,
If that is true then the only way it could have been shut down was if Q is in fact real or a threat to the cabal imo. And its the opposite of schizophrenia if the entire fucking censoring of 8chan was a result of madness or meaning? I am weighing on meaning. Your post has no meaning unless you validate that which you try to qualify as invalid to begin with. The way you try to invalidate it is by validating it. That is all.

Anonymous 10/09/2019 (Wed) 16:25:05 [Preview] No.13802 del
One day, bots will be good enough to pass as people and you won't have to ask that question, just have happy little conversations and not know the difference.

Anonymous 10/14/2019 (Mon) 15:55:26 [Preview] No.13834 del
you know what all of those people are just going to jump on this board now

Anonymous 10/15/2019 (Tue) 22:30:54 [Preview] No.13837 del
Did the theme happen to do with natsoc occult/ electro gravicrafts in an*arctica?

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Anonymous 09/06/2019 (Fri) 10:20:07 [Preview] No. 320 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
ded bort

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DESIGNATED CONTAINMENT THREAD Anonymous Board owner 10/14/2019 (Mon) 00:31:30 [Preview] No. 13819 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Questions, links, advertisements, funposts that don't deserve a thread all goes in here. Questions relating to /tech/ are not obligated to be answered here.

Cryptography Endwall 05/12/2018 (Sat) 20:26:54 [Preview] No. 1211 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
In this thread we will discuss cryptography, cryptosystems, crypt-analysis, and tools for cryptography such as gpg and other tools. If you work in this field or hear of some relevant news about this field feel free to contribute. Use hyperlinks and source citations to back up any claims made if necessary.
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Endwall 09/14/2019 (Sat) 23:18:27 [Preview] No.1463 del
Uranium Random Number Generator
https://youtube.com/watch?v=A7FiVn776eY [Embed]
Demo of the device configured for a 4-bit random number based on events detected from a Geiger counter excited by Uranium.
Published : 12 Apr 2019 Duration : 01:20
Random Number Generating Geiger Counter
https://youtube.com/watch?v=T0r6XocVHyo [Embed]
Team Chub's senior design project
Published : 04 Apr 2011 Duration : 02:18
Raspberry Pi Geiger Counter and Random Number Generator
https://youtube.com/watch?v=yfOV9Ex47pE [Embed]
Duration : 04:05 Published : 26 Dec 2012
"This is a quick video showing the Mighty Ohm Geiger counter i got for Christmas. I have interfaced it with the
Raspberry pi so it can also act as a random number generator.
The Python code for interfacing with Cosm: https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B1i26IugaGQbWFh6X1Bodmc3eUk
(I have regenerated my API key so don't bother trying to post to my stream :)
The Python code for Random Number Generation: https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B1i26IugaGQbYTRKRUl5aFhMZFU
My Cosm feed: https://cosm.com/feeds/94794

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Endwall 09/14/2019 (Sat) 23:22:39 [Preview] No.1464 del
Radioactive Random Number Generator
https://youtube.com/watch?v=agvcduNRxKg [Embed]
Duration : 14:37 Published : 26 Jul 2018
Ever want to generate random numbers? Radioactivity is the way to go! This Counter is compatible with the Arduino so you can make one yourself!

Anonymous 09/23/2019 (Mon) 01:08:52 [Preview] No.1467 del
or you could get a smoke detector from the hardware store.

Endwall 09/23/2019 (Mon) 03:31:11 [Preview] No.1469 del
Yeah that's probably faster/smarter to get the Americium from a smoke detector. Good call.

Anonymous 10/14/2019 (Mon) 19:23:20 [Preview] No.1477 del
crypto101.io is a decent overview of _contemporary_ cryptography, not the usual textbooks

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Anonymous Board owner 05/09/2018 (Wed) 22:40:59 [Preview] No. 12705 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Welcome to /tech/, a technology board. This board is for general discussion of technology.

Rule 1: Only threads about technology or /tech/ itself are allowed.
Rule 2: NSFW content are only allowed if they are spoilered.
Rule 3: No referral links, asking for cryptocurrencies, advertising or similar.
Rule 4: No spam or posts without meaningful content.

All rules and policies are open for discussion in this thread. Current Board Owner's not on Rizon, talk about it here and not elsewhere.

IRC: #/tech/, #InfinityNow and #endchan on irc.rizon.net - https://qchat.rizon.net/
Wiki (OLD): https://wiki.installgentoo.com/

Archived sticky threads:


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Anonymous Board owner 10/14/2019 (Mon) 00:52:21 [Preview] No.13822 del
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I uh...don't think I can do it on my autistic Icecat setup, oh well.

Anonymous 10/14/2019 (Mon) 01:12:10 [Preview] No.13823 del
I have changed the rules but am scared of editing the opening post. I have reduced it into three rules. https://endchan.net/tech/rules.html

Anonymous 10/14/2019 (Mon) 03:55:54 [Preview] No.13824 del
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Everyone knows you tech people are all degenerate perverts. Yet the kike runs pron and has essentially ruined humans through that process. So everything kikes touch they ruin.

Anonymous Board owner 10/14/2019 (Mon) 14:02:46 [Preview] No.13828 del
The old rule #3: "No referral links, asking for cryptocurrencies, advertising or similar." is covered under the global rule #3: "No flooding/spamming for the purpose of advertisement." but the little guys like CloverOS and such are allowed on their own thread. VPN shit isn't, cryptocurrency begging isn't, druggie shit isn't, but then again, it might be a wee bit tolerable if everyone who wanted to posts in the containment thread for that.

Anonymous Board owner 10/14/2019 (Mon) 14:45:23 [Preview] No.13829 del
Also, I've uploaded the old banners I've found in the old sticky thread.

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Old Technology Thread Anonymous 08/10/2019 (Sat) 22:16:52 [Preview] No. 13422 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Last one I had up on 8ch is down so I'll make one here. Post pictures and discuss old technology and your projects.

Computer software, hardware, audio equipment, electronics etc. all welcome.

I visited an electronics swap meet today in my are for the first time. I wish I'd been sooner, up to now I had no idea I could find this stuff at such a good price. I was able to get a docking station for a newer thinkpad of mine, but I'm still looking for one for my x20 which as it turns out, is a huge pain to install an OS onto.

Also hoping to get a record player soon, most likely something from Technics just because I think it's good. Any brand recommendations or things to look for?
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Anonymous 09/21/2019 (Sat) 06:04:36 [Preview] No.13656 del
super neat.

>I was often thinking about writing an Intuition-like primitive window manager/GUI engine to bring a non X11/Wayland dependent GUI to them that can be used by application writers and maybe makes direct use of the Hardware of a targeted ARM SOC (Allwinner A20 seemed attractive for this) but it feels like lots of work for little gain in the end and the legacy sunxi kernel code of the A20 that deals with stuff like G2D is just awful to look at.

that would be very cool. far beyond what I could do anyway.

>Sigh, I miss the activity of the old 8ch thread. I think it's safe to say it's not coming back. Where did most of /tech/ go?

me too. Maybe they just went out into the world. I ended up putting in some more work on my neocities site. I haven't updated that in a while though. I sometimes lurk 4chan but never post because it's a botnet. lurking is lame there too because it's not as good. I use plebbit sometimes too but it's mostly a cesspool and a waste of time. The best thing to do is do meaningful things in your life and for the most part this means not spending much time online if possible.

There's a nice little ssh server. bit@whisper.onthewifi.com. maybe you'd like to check it out? It has bursts of activity, a few more users wouldn't hurt.

everything new is aimed at making life more shitty. less freedom, more control (for them, not us). I don't see why cashiers need to be replaced by robots. Hell, I think it would be nice to have traffic cops instead of traffic lights. Maybe I'm autistic. But people focus too much on things, and themselves, rather than appreciating other people and interacting with them. Why can't we undo automation? for efficiency's sake? none of this matters. our efficient consumption of resources only serves to fuel the whole system which can only end in disaster.

Still got my old thinkpads with me, I use them often enough for a lot of stuff. my tape deck still works like a charm, too.

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Anonymous 09/28/2019 (Sat) 02:45:07 [Preview] No.13702 del
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It's likely it fragmented. Everyone had their own second-tier low-velocity chans they checked and once pig chan went down, it was obviously going to happen at some point, they ended up falling back to those places. It's also likely that a portion of those users changed the means of how they access chans,

Anonymous 09/29/2019 (Sun) 20:58:22 [Preview] No.13703 del
>Everyone had their own second-tier low-velocity chans they checked

that's true. I know I did that with some SSH boards and places like lainchan.

ssh bit@whisper.onthewifi.com if you want to check out the SSH board.

I personally ended up using (unfortunately) reddit more often. but it's pretty trash. Still haven't found a good /fit/ alternative so far.

Anonymous 10/13/2019 (Sun) 20:07:43 [Preview] No.13818 del
>that would be very cool. far beyond what I could do anyway.

I played around with the idea a bit just to pretty much find out that the A20 and it's memory bandwith is more than fast enough to do it all in software for 800x600 and 1280x1024 at pleasant speed at least while still leaving enough processing power for other tasks. I'd still like to actually use the hardware included though because I find it sad if a computer has hardware features that just lie unused like that. I've started cleaning up code from the old legacy sunxi kernel a bit to port it to a more modern one, but that means almost rewriting it at this point and right now I'm not even sure anymore if I should bother. Thing is kind of a mess and also the linux kernel can be an incredibly fast moving target sometimes and there are some security considerations. I wonder what driver writing for the *BSDs is like, they seem to move slower. I don't really know anything about them though so I might actually be dead wrong.

By the way, I'm actually mostly ok with X. It's a bit of spaghetti code but it's not really all that bad. What's mostly bad is all the bloat that's been added on top of it and what people mostly notice with it is that it wasn't intended for graphics cards that aren't just mostly dumb framebuffers. All the bloated toolkits and expansions to accommodate newer hardware is what made X really crap. Also current developers don't know wtf they're doing and keep breaking features of it in the worst ways. Seems almost intentional sometimes. I have a very utilitarian fvwm setup that looks like Solaris' CDE and only use very lightweight stuff that either uses X or motif toolkits. Most heavyweight is GTK2 for the browser. I also only run my desktop at 1280x1024 on my A4-5000 which works really fine and enables me to stream entire desktops via LAN without noticeable lag. Don't need a HiDPI screen for bitmap fonts and you notice the lack of empty spaces. I noticed the other day when I got interested in doing something with the A20 that fbdev is in some situations faster and uses less CPU resources than the amdgpu drivers. I think it's all the copies that happen.

>on my neocities site
I think I remember it. Have a link?

>I use plebbit sometimes
Same, I use it to see what's new basically in regards to linux and such, but I don't read the comments anymore.

Well this wasn't much about retro computers so far. Apropos Amiga: I'll order the parts for my A600 from my electronics supplier today. It's gonna get solid state caps I think. I also realized I miss a simple thing with these computers, mainly that they used to be small and silent. I detested fans from the first PC I've gotten and even with all technology that has come since then to make them more silent I still detest them. You still don't get really silent x86. There are some very modern and modestly powerful SoCs you can theoretically run silent but will still overheat and overwhelm their passive cooling as soon as you tax the CPU cores in any way for a prolonged period. The only silent PCs you can get are ARM based, and they often don't play nice with anything except Android. It's really annoying.

>There's a nice little ssh server. bit@whisper.onthewifi.com. maybe you'd like to check it out? It has bursts of activity, a few more users wouldn't hurt.

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Anonymous 10/14/2019 (Mon) 06:39:36 [Preview] No.13825 del
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>I played around with the idea a bit just to pretty much find out that the A20...dead wrong.

this is really cool actually. I can never seem to get a grip on programming, but my excuse is my classwork and stuff. not a very good excuse, though. I'm struggling through learning how to work with APIs in Python of all things. I used to run this program called WeatherSTAR 4000, that was basically a simulator of the old 1990s era WeatherSTAR hardware run by the Weather Channel. it would display graphics and radar, etc. and local stations could overlay icons and text according to local forecasts. I used to like to keep it running in the background on my CRT TV just for the nice atmosphere. But I guess the national weather service changed the API a bit, so the developers released a new version of the program which is bloat junk, so I figured it would be a nice project/learning experience to try to replicate at least the abilities of the early 1980s WeatherSTAR hardware in Python.

I usually just go with XFCE on my Devuan installs. it's light enough for me. But on my old thinkpad it's a shame since linux has poor support for the card in my laptop, so I have to use Windows XP instead on the damn thing. without the video drivers it struggles to scroll a text file in devuan. Although XP isn't bad, I enjoy using it and I recently got it set up to run a 3d printer slicer program and control a 3d printer, so I'm glad it's being put to use. Nothing like giving an old machine a new job.

I'm not the spyware watchdog, just have my own small site. I think it looks good but is otherwise a bit lame.


> I'll order the parts for my A600 from my electronics supplier today.

Nice. I have been wanting an Amiga for some time now. I've seen videos of people running email clients on them and stuff like that. games of course and MIDI players, I think (but I'm not sure) that they have ethernet modules for them. Nothing gets me going like putting an old computer online. Well, maybe not nothing. But it's up there.

>I poked my head in the other day and will post down the road, my problem is sadly that I sometimes tend to rattle on.

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New Hidden Wiki Link - 2019 Anonymous 10/12/2019 (Sat) 23:40:44 [Preview] No. 13814 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

The new hidden wiki link for 2019.

Update your bookmarks and spread the link !!!

The last Hidden Wiki went down when police shut down cyberbunker hosting provider.

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LynxChan 2.3 Anonymous 10/05/2019 (Sat) 17:31:54 [Preview] No. 13754 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
This release, 2.3, enters beta today and brings many features built on the feedback of kohlchan, that adopted it a few months ago. The highlighths of this version are as follows:

Exif data stripping.
User warnings instead of bans.
Board language.
Global filters.
Mime validation.
Dnsbl integration.
Log user name redacting.
Unbound board settings.
Quote adjustment on thread transfer.
Last replies page.
Board logs.
Post and file history of users.
Mod view for board pages and preview posts.
ASN bans.

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Anonymous 10/07/2019 (Mon) 18:30:41 [Preview] No.13782 del
hi I was trying to install some imageboards on web server but was having some trouble since I am kind of a noob and also the server is very finicky with file permissions, or something is up that i don't get.

Will you all make fun of me if I try installing lynxchan and come back here with more stupid questions or nah?

Seriously, fam. Why no ELKS flag? Anonymous 10/07/2019 (Mon) 20:18:08 [Preview] No.13784 del
Never any telling how others may react, and there is always some autist about who will yell at you to go elsewhere because the board never had that topic up for discussion.
I would like for there to be discussions here, even for/with newbs. Endchan runs on Lynxchan, so it seems apropos for having at least one thread here.
I recently setup a Lynxchan instance for my own edification, after about six previous halfhearted attempts over a year or so. It was only recently I had the time to go into full on bang-my-head-against-the-wall-until-the-fucking-thing-works-and-I-get-a-clue mode.
So, I say, ask away.

Anonymous 10/09/2019 (Wed) 07:46:02 [Preview] No.13799 del
Like, here's a question. My Lynxchan instance stopped serving captcha images for no apparent reason. Why? Anybody?

A Lynxchan / mongodb full application restart cleared up the issue. For now. Not knowing what caused it means it's guaranteed to happen again. Randomly required application restarts are good enough for paid Microsoft products, but come on.

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Anonymous 10/12/2019 (Sat) 21:55:44 [Preview] No.13813 del
>what's this?
Stuff not /tech/ related. At best, it's insanely boring /people/ and /personalities/ trivia. At worst, it's an insanely boring waste of time. There's no way to guarantee this is an actual unedited conversation between the people purported to be having it. I don't care what proof there may be of it. The subject matter is not worth the effort.
What the hell, though. I'll put on my robe and derp hat and roll with it, assuming this conversation to be true. Here are my impressions.

A user name? How (((amusing))).

>"8chan, 8chan, 8chan, reeeeee!"
Fred has an unhealthy obsession with 8chan. He's acting like he sold a house, and two years later that house mysteriously burned down. One might expect him to express some sadness over someone's loss of a bit of real estate with an interesting architecture, and move on. Instead, he's going on and on about how he sold it to a known pyromaniac. Might have been nice to hear just before, or just after the sale two years ago. Gee. Thanks, Fred. Still, his attitude is well documented from public comments elsewhere. Nothing new here.

>"But, they're gonna replace it with a trailer park!"
Ditto response. Boring. Let it go. Move on.

Maybe I'm missing something in the terminology here? Is that someone's user name?
Twenty years ago webrings linking together different sites were all the rage. Except the users didn't cooperate. They go to one site, do what they came to do, and skipped off. Turns out the only people who cared about webrings were deluded site operators desperate for traffic. So...?

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Anonymous 06/28/2017 (Wed) 14:13:05 [Preview] No. 8768 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
/g/ is building an OS

It's a riced out, gentoo based desktop distro

Has a nice low ram footprint

irc.rizon.net #cloveros
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Anonymous 09/15/2018 (Sat) 09:37:54 [Preview] No.12869 del
I want to bite his desktop on the ass. I don't know how he can stand to have that as his background, I would have broken the screen or my dick before long.

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>when you think macOS is cool so you set up the dock but you also want to follow the latest trend i.e. tiling wms

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Online Security News Endwall 07/07/2016 (Thu) 06:09:23 [Preview] No. 149 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
See a news article or CVE bug report on an emerging computer security issue and want to share it? Post below.

I will also post links to Hak5 Threatwire videos.
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Anonymous 12/27/2017 (Wed) 03:39:18 [Preview] No. 12075 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
>Sorting through some books and organizing other random shit
>Laptop is closed and should be on sleep mode
>Come back after a few minutes
>Fucking CPU (Core 2 DuoTM) at 227 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT for over ten minutes based on usage history
>Fan isn't turning on
>Somehow still able to navigate through the OS and normally turn off computer
>Turn computer back on and fan is working perfectly fine

What the fuck, I'm surprised how hardy this damn laptop is.
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Anonymous 12/27/2017 (Wed) 23:06:17 [Preview] No.12085 del
>don't need to buy these expensive silver paste, just the simple one will do the job
This irks me because there are multiple companies that manufacture and sell thermal pastes and each claims that their "PATENTED TECHNOLOGY SILVER-INFUSED SUPER THERMAL PASTE 3000 GAMER-GRADE" is better than the others on the shelf without giving an ingredient composition list, and you end up needing to rely on experimentation by others to determine which thermal paste is suitable for your application, but then you realize there are multiple variables that go into these tests and that 1 degree difference could have been due to an external factor, and you don't trust the generic paste because that small tag with mandarin written on it makes you suspicious. This same concept applies to other products.
>unless you try overclocking or other dumb shit
Only when I want to run a software application on one of my older computers to escape the analytical botnet and other garbage, the fan always stays on the highest setting when the CPU is overclocked, and my dedicated calculations computer is cooled via refrigeration.

Autistic rant because fuck corporations that don't strive to manufacture products that are the best in the competition for the money.

Anonymous 12/28/2017 (Thu) 03:19:38 [Preview] No.12091 del
C2D processors have built-in throttling, they will decrease everything in order to cool down when reaching junction temps. Unless something is broken, it won't die and turn on fire.

Anonymous 10/09/2019 (Wed) 13:01:43 [Preview] No.13800 del
ye olde blatente necro bumpe

Anonymous 10/12/2019 (Sat) 07:22:10 [Preview] No.13808 del
Nice dubs. Bumping my thread from two years ago?

It is quite concerning reading my old posts and observing that my vocabularic diversity was far greater than what it is now. I question whether it is a result of a changing lifestyle or perhaps an intelligence deficit. I am still capable of understanding the post and its composing words in its entirety, so it seems that it is my utilization of words is what has been reduced rather than understanding...

The brain is the greatest piece of /tech/ after all...

That laptop in the OP is still alive and kicking

Drive-by vigilante /tech/ing Anonymous 10/15/2019 (Tue) 23:01:03 [Preview] No.13838 del
Probably should have responded earlier, if only to avoid paranoia about potential shenanigans. It's all related to the broken 404ed sticky.

Shortly before the neco-bump, I stumbled across an old post over on /operate/ discussing a potential fix for another 404 issue. What the hell, I figured, and necro-bumped a thread from page 10 to force a rebuild of the entire board. Didn't work, no surprise, as the post on operate was discussing how to fix an entire board that went 404, not a single 404ed sticky thread.

Whatever. The sticky thread is fixed now in spite of (not because of) my fooling about.

My only addition to the thread topic is an honorable mention for Raspberry PIs. I regularly leave three of my PIs running in an unconditioned room at the height of daytime summer conditions (37'c+). I forgot to shut them down one day when it topped 41'c for several hours. No problems at all. Granted you don't want to try that with a live, expensive, gaming rig. However, a lightly stressed remote file/wiki/security monitor/etc. server is perfect for the plethora of fanless SOC based technologies these days. And, you can save a ton on electricity costs and support infrastructure.

Aside from fan failures being more common, shitty heat dissipation characteristics are par for the course for most laptops. I've never had a laptop flat out die from overheating, but I do have them go wonky during normal operation all the time from it. Even in an air-conditioned room. Now I always use a chiller pad, and listen to colleges bitch about how unstable fucking windows is for some strange reason in between asking why the meeting room is a little warmer today. Queue up: "Why is your laptop the only one working?" and "Isn't that the laptop the VP of marketing upgraded from because it kept overheating?" When pressed, I just claim it's because I'm using Linux. Very few of them make the connection to the stupid looking nerdy little fan pad sitting underneath.

odilitime 06/28/2017 (Wed) 14:10:02 [Preview] No. 8767 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
/g/'s building a web browser

OSX Fork (pic related)

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Anonymous 10/04/2017 (Wed) 14:45:35 [Preview] No. 11516 del
>>That's not the problem with links2. CSS is cancer.
Look man, I just need some basic css so I can view my hentai sites.
>The problems with links2 is that it has not preventive security measures by default, such as privsep, sandbox, etc.
you can sandbox it with third party shit like firejail and pledge

>Another problem is keybinding. There's none.
>If someone address that problems in links2 (and clean the messy code, obviously), that would be a fantastic browser.

Anonymous 11/20/2017 (Mon) 22:52:04 [Preview] No.11777 del
This. And I look forward to use netrunner, good luck!

Anonymous 10/06/2019 (Sun) 06:19:43 [Preview] No.13759 del
anything going on with this still? If not what can we learn to i guess modify links2 to be more secure?

Anonymous 10/07/2019 (Mon) 23:42:56 [Preview] No.13785 del
This gonna make my internet computer faster with the dang ol www dot coms and AOL Netscape goin on dial up with bits and bytes, man?

Anonymous 10/09/2019 (Wed) 16:21:38 [Preview] No.13801 del
I fucking wish, man.

QTDDTOT Anonymous 05/26/2019 (Sun) 04:36:45 [Preview] No. 13329 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Mod please sticky this. Eat fifty dicks

I have Tor Browser which runs its own Tor instance. I also have Tor explicitly installed on my Linux system. Should I start up and run the Tor service in addition to using the Tor Browser, even though I technically don't need to? Is this more secure and robust and, if so, why?
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Speaking of missing OS flags, where's mah MS-DOS? Anonymous 10/08/2019 (Tue) 19:09:19 [Preview] No.13791 del
>newd sticky?
Heh. If only.

Be patient. Let Odilitime know there is a problem. Also, I believe /pol/ had a similar issue within the last six months or so: BO edits something, thread goes fubar. They have no solution. Or, rather, I think their solution was to nuke said threads and carry on. Maybe, lock the thread, unsticky, create a new sticky, and let the old one age off the board naturally.

Check in with Odilitime first before you start nuking anything.

>Imma rebuild the index witta post
A traditional solution, but, yeah. This appears to be persistent. Maybe try locking/unlocking/test post that thread? As a last resort, unsticky/resticky. The thread might insta-drop off the board if you unsticky though.

I am beginning to suspect the Lynxchan/Mongodb system is highly susceptible to data corruption for older threads/data. Note: this is an addition to all the missing images, caused by a one time migration event in the distant past, and the more recent missing thumbnail issue. Both image issues have known causes from past data migrations/upgrades. Entire threads 404ing? That's relatively new.

Anonymous 10/08/2019 (Tue) 19:20:22 [Preview] No.13792 del
Huh. Just noticed something.

>lock/unlock, unsticky/resticky

Also, uncyclic/recyclic. Remember, you will also need to try posting as a regular user in the thread to "fix" the change, before setting it back to normal in all three tests.

Anonymous Board owner 10/08/2019 (Tue) 19:45:03 [Preview] No.13794 del
This thread was a sticky thread for awhile now, and I can't access a 404 thread so I can't unsticky a 404'd sticky thread, no luck in that regard. I had uploaded 8/tech/'s flags since the flags were FUBAR'd as usually due to site updates in general does this to the images and I didn't have the old flags on me. For even having flags is thanks to the previous end/tech/ board owner before me but don't know of the ones before ring and their versions of the flags

Anonymous 10/08/2019 (Tue) 19:52:36 [Preview] No.13796 del
hmm yeah slowly recalling that there was someone who did shared some flags for me to put in but again those were long gone and I don't really keep assets on hand, why the hell am I even here lol

Anonymous 10/08/2019 (Tue) 20:01:26 [Preview] No.13797 del
>Kindly response from a polite BO to an indirectly silly poster.


Also, thank you. You are doing a fine job here, and even your occasionally porn obsessed passive aggressive nutcase poster says so too.

Air Gapped PC Anonymous 10/06/2019 (Sun) 10:54:46 [Preview] No. 13762 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Tell me /tech/. I want to build an offline nearly Netflix like repository of data for consumption while living off grid. By off grid, I mean living in my car. I need something that will store a good amount of data (I download 400TB yearly), and will last for awhile. I prefer upgrading my file storage every 3-5 years, or longer. Problem is the more drives, the more space it takes up. After downloading what I believe to be a sufficient amount (500TB sounds good), I will go permanently offline. This is sort of similar to a prepper type scenario, but more personal, I just wanna be a hermit with a loving family in the woods. Advice on the build/s and what I can do?
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Anonymous 10/06/2019 (Sun) 22:46:35 [Preview] No.13772 del
Only from neglect, having them sit to long (just like the SSD Meme, HDDs can fail for lack of powering on from time to time), or overuse. When you are like me and have them sit on a shelf for a month at a time, and then pull it down to either watch something or organize the data, they tend to last for many years.

Anonymous 10/06/2019 (Sun) 23:22:46 [Preview] No.13773 del
Screw off Nazi. I used to be like you...

sage Anonymous 10/07/2019 (Mon) 00:09:18 [Preview] No.13774 del
>after the fall of the Roman Empire invaders will pay me top shekel for seats in the Colosseum.
>hungry people prioritize circus over bread
Lel! This one might be selling opera tickets too.

How the years fly!

sage Anonymous 10/07/2019 (Mon) 00:11:47 [Preview] No.13775 del
...and in case you missed why this is a fed thread...
>No, it will be sold to the poor.
>sold to the poor
>sold to
>the poor are called "poor" because they have the ability to BUY things
Top kek!

sage Anonymous 10/07/2019 (Mon) 00:17:28 [Preview] No.13776 del
If OP sells some circus TV shows to bread-less "poor" people who don't have money for bread, it will be a one off sale, unless he's using DRM.
If he's using DRM he'll get scalped for screwing them over and his hoard taken as a prize.

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Anonymous 09/05/2019 (Thu) 20:31:04 [Preview] No. 13540 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Post some good /tech/ shows/casts/etc.
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Anonymous 09/06/2019 (Fri) 02:31:44 [Preview] No.13545 del
Get lost fag


Anonymous 09/06/2019 (Fri) 07:10:33 [Preview] No.13547 del
Jewish shows are tech

I quite like that Mac guy and that ginger one who collects junk.

Anonymous 09/06/2019 (Fri) 13:41:51 [Preview] No.13548 del
go back to /g/

Anonymous 09/30/2019 (Mon) 11:16:29 [Preview] No.13706 del
Kiked, how about Luke Smith and Terry A Davis?

Anonymous 10/06/2019 (Sun) 20:14:40 [Preview] No.13765 del
Bisquit is quite literally a Jew though his content is quite high-level and you can learn from the autism.

Kai Hendry makes mostly Linux videos.

Kris Occhipinti makes Linux videos.

PhilsComputerLab makes videos about using obsolete hardware in the modern day.

Luke Smith can be interesting though he seems to change the tools he uses for the sake of change, much like DistroTube.

Programming channels are very hit-and-miss. Usually better off with a book, especially if you use something with an absurdly short lifespan like ASP .NET Core.

How to get strong ssl proxies fast Anonymous 05/01/2018 (Tue) 03:58:33 [Preview] No. 12672 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

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Anonymous 05/01/2018 (Tue) 04:16:03 [Preview] No.12674 del
you actually think this shit is new info for the guy threatening to spam? get a grip.

Anonymous 05/01/2018 (Tue) 04:19:14 [Preview] No.12675 del
I do not stand for defacing the site so that is why I said that.

Anonymous 05/02/2018 (Wed) 09:57:39 [Preview] No.12678 del
Is there a way to manually check the strength of socks proxies or a way to weed out transparent from distorting/anon/high-anonymous socks5 (or socks4) proxies?

Anonymous 10/06/2019 (Sun) 02:57:58 [Preview] No.13757 del
so the orca.tech site changed to openinternetaccess.com (seemingly legit free-vpn with no paid option probably datamines the fuck out of you though at worst and only 1 ip everyone shares) so the cloud based proxy checker is no longer avaliable. There is another way i found to test the proxies slow as fuck though http://www.cybersyndrome.net/pc.cgi (many sites to check proxy lists and software too) also to scrape this is neat but hard to figure out how to set the crawler https://github.com/assnctr/unfx-proxy-parser/releases
and fuck those sites i said to scrape from in the OP post still use http://proxydb.net/leecher but put these in the scraper http://www.rssmix.com/u/8641698/rss.xml http://www.rssmix.com/u/8641936/rss.xml http://rssmix.com/u/8641696/rss.xml those rss links combine blogspot proxy rss feeds maybe endwall anon can update proxyload.sh since the issue was that those rss feeds lead to defunct proxy sites.
check socks5 proxies here https://check.dichvusocks.us/ (most likely better options this just works)
now proxycheck.sh is the best way i have found to tell if the proxies will work in proxychains or over tor in general. put at least 3 proxies over 9050 in /etc/proxychains.conf and set the strict_chain to at least 4. Now you can use clearweb over tor and not be cuckflared to all hell. Also safer than using tor imo but i am probably wrong. I'm not even a skid just speculating here.

Anonymous 10/06/2019 (Sun) 06:23:14 [Preview] No.13760 del
actually the proxy checker is now https://openinternetaccess.com/Proxy-Checker
same as orca.tech 10k proxylist limit

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Why is RGB superior /tech/? Anonymous 09/01/2019 (Sun) 13:54:51 [Preview] No. 13523 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Why do you not have a full RGB only build /tech/? It makes everything look better, more sleek, and stylish. It shows you know what you're doing and that you care about your rig's appearance. Do you even do proper wire management? Do you hide them in the specially made wire compartment on your $300 case? Don't tell me you dont have one lmao.

Anonymous 10/02/2019 (Wed) 19:02:19 [Preview] No.13720 del
>Why do you not have a full RGB only build /tech/?
because I'm not some zoomer who wants his pc to turn into a disco ball or whatever

Anonymous 10/05/2019 (Sat) 13:21:50 [Preview] No.13751 del

Rainbow lighting is zoomer trash. Static lighting to set the mood is better. Nothing quite like 3AM with red or orange lights, plugging away on some long ass Blender project.

Anonymous 10/06/2019 (Sun) 03:41:21 [Preview] No.13758 del
Because I have better things to do with my computer.

Anonymous 10/07/2019 (Mon) 09:50:18 [Preview] No.13779 del
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TextBin - Anonymous Text Board + Pastebin Anonymous 08/29/2019 (Thu) 01:14:06 [Preview] No. 13495 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Well I've been working on this for around a month now, and I have finally created a semi-decent anonymous textboard. It's basically a combination of a temporary pastebin and an anonymous textboard.
It's a SPA with the backend in Java using Eclipse Vert.x, and the frontend using Vue.js.

Source is below:
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Anonymous 10/03/2019 (Thu) 03:48:00 [Preview] No.13731 del
>>13495 and >>13714

The instance is down. I now declare this a BlockChan thread as it has already achieved immutability and true decentralization, something this creation has not. Also I stopped reading at 'backend in java'.

Anonymous 10/03/2019 (Thu) 03:48:51 [Preview] No.13732 del
Pic related.

Anonymous Board owner 10/04/2019 (Fri) 04:05:45 [Preview] No.13744 del
What did you post, anon?

Anonymous 10/04/2019 (Fri) 08:08:57 [Preview] No.13746 del
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Anonymous 10/04/2019 (Fri) 11:30:23 [Preview] No.13747 del
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Duuuude, extremely deep BR meme.

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Anonymous 10/01/2019 (Tue) 18:38:06 [Preview] No. 13709 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
What models do the engineers at Google hold who program the pageranking/recommendation algorithms?

Because it seems like I could do a much better job and accomplish the same thing and more, better, without the resulting rates of mental illness.
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Anonymous 10/02/2019 (Wed) 13:51:58 [Preview] No.13717 del
Or just declare martial law, smash the living fuck out of every officer and server of google, and then begin from the day after they are all dead.

Anonymous 10/02/2019 (Wed) 21:40:39 [Preview] No.13722 del
Neither of these are answers to OP.

Anonymous 10/02/2019 (Wed) 22:25:16 [Preview] No.13724 del
OP don't fuck around
>"What models do the google engineers hold"

Anonymous 10/03/2019 (Thu) 03:11:32 [Preview] No.13728 del
Do you think Silicon Valley is run by libertarian cowboys interested in meritocracy or something? The company is unironically called Alphabet Inc.

Anonymous 10/03/2019 (Thu) 21:00:10 [Preview] No.13740 del
13715 describes google's basic setup. It does not describe the ranking algorithm itself, since google keeps that motherfucker under some very tight wraps and changes it up periodically to boot.

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just now on #xubuntu
> Hello sir
> how are you
> My laptop is 2gb ram and 380 gb hardisk
> can i use xubunt

the hacker known as 4chan 10/03/2019 (Thu) 17:42:49 [Preview] No.55 del
idk why i thought it was funny at the time but it was

Anyone using Minix? BenBoi 12/28/2018 (Fri) 16:28:34 [Preview] No. 13054 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Just was wondering if anybody here is running Minix in a serious way. By serious way I mean using it as their daily driver on a desktop or laptop.

I like microkernels and the idea of them a lot and seeing that I have tried Minix before, in a VM ableit, it wasn't too bad and worked well actually. Package management with pkgin (their package manager) worked well and I really did enjoy using.

I still use Linux as with my programming and studying of C and x86 ASM and x86 in terms of the architecture I am going to have to lean to what I use for things such as the system calls Linux has etc. and other OS specific things that cannot be factored out of just using the same ol' x86 with Minix if I were to use it.

Anonymous 09/30/2019 (Mon) 22:22:44 [Preview] No.13707 del
If your CPU is a modern (((Intel))) it already has Minix in its ME.

Anonymous 10/01/2019 (Tue) 03:45:33 [Preview] No.13708 del
My first fully publicly available web server ran on Minix 2 system. Was up for more than a year and gave me zero problems.

Then again, a few years later I ran a publicly accessible web server on Windows for Workgroups via an old 386 board I had lying around. Uptime was also over a year, although it was heavily protected with separate firewalling and router.

Currently have a Minix 3 install on a Qemu instance. I'm afraid it's just for nostalgia. I don't do anything with it. I can't think of anything worth doing with it. I've never run it as anything other than a gui-less server.

Minix is still useful as a teaching tool by keeping OS concepts thoroughly separated and simplified. I can't see it as a useful live system however. It works. It's stable. It doesn't net you anything other than a halfhearted "woo" on occasion. VMing being what it is, the joys of resurrecting ancient hardware just captures the same kinda pointless "woo" as well.

I've seen an occasional discarded 386 laptop and owned one or two myself. If ever I run across another working model I'd consider installing Minix for a functional desktop on it.

Anonymous 10/03/2019 (Thu) 00:57:11 [Preview] No.13726 del
Aren't they mainly working on porting more packages or do I have that wrong?

Oh, and, one might say he's very good at it. Albeit, he's no Gore Vidal. Absolultely. Fucking. Anonymous. 10/03/2019 (Thu) 01:59:58 [Preview] No.13727 del
Short answer: dunno.

Long answer: My formal expertise as a Minix guru ended during the 2.0.x era. Last I heard the major selling point of 3 was the ability to automatically reload failed modules ... er ... drivers. Done so at the cost of a big performance hit as compared to Minix 2.

>Aren't they mainly working on porting more packages...
Sounds like the perfect meaningless pseudo computer science project to put their personal slaves graduate students through their paces. Thank the gods I never had a CS professor like that. If that really is the case, we would all be better served if Minix 3 disappeared with a link forwarding everyone to the Install Gentoo wiki. Of course, that has as much of a chance of happening as ... oh ... I dunno ... let's say ... Andrew S. Tanenbaum founding a website to preform statistical meta-analysis of electoral polling methodology, while also striving to better educate the public on the contemporary nuances and interrelated history of the United States federal political system.


Anonymous 10/03/2019 (Thu) 07:28:32 [Preview] No.13733 del
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Back in '97 I ran a Minix-1.7/2.0 system as my primary workstation, including doing long-distance UUCP dailup for email and usenet, and running a mailing-list off it.
I'd just moved interstate, hopping onto a train (legally..) and joining up with some online mates to start a share-house. I would take me about 6 months to get my belongings freighted up, including my NetBSD workstation. One of the guys had a 386SX16 he'd retired after buying a Pentium, and it having 4MB (and a 16-color VGA card) limited it somewhat.. but I saved it from the dump and got Minix running great, both as itself, and as a telnet box when another housemate got his FreeBSD system gatewaying into the Uni PPP service.

Minix-3.x became something totally different.. and I didn't like it. As a NetBSD fag, its using pkgsrc would've been great.. but the hardware support was still no better than before-- ISA NE2000 cards in ${CURRENT_CENTURY}...