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It's like /agdg/ except without videogames. Well there wasn't any videogames to begin with, but now there may be other software.

See also /agdg/ at >>>/v/ for videogames.

What are you working on?
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>>7591
That's much better, thank you. The repo has been updated.

>>7551
>Meson just uses pkg-config
I'm not talking about Meson finding SDL2 when it's already installed on the system (it does that just fine actually), I'm talking about Meson fetching it manually through meson wrap and using <SDL.h> in that case.
>It's completely harmless as long as you're not using both SDL and SDL2 at once
That's true, however I can think of multiple projects (e.g. emulators, games) that use both; either to build separate SDL1 and SDL2 versions of the same program, or to let the user choose one version and build that.

>>7583
It's no problem, I was just asking to see if I can learn anything from the code or suggest changes.
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>>7601
I see you added an icon, why not spend a week or 2 clenching your teeth while you add the icon to the Windows version? https://mesonbuild.com/Windows-module.html
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>>7610
>add the icon to the Windows version
Already added using make and mingw, it's surprisingly easy and even took less time than making the icon itself. The how-to is in the win folder.
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>>7611
Needs some higher resolution versions:
https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/uxguide/vis-icons#size-requirements
Because your icon doesn't have gradients or anything like that, you can just make everything 4-bit to save space, no need for the 8-bit alternatives.
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>>7622
>Needs some higher resolution versions:
I'll consider it provided they don't break compatibility with older Windows versions.
>no need for the 8-bit alternatives
The 8-bit versions have anti-aliasing which is not possible in the 4-bit versions.

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https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2021/01/github-regrets-firing-jewish-employee-who-called-trump-incited-mob-nazis/

What are the possible ramifications of Github becoming woke and becoming pozzed? In light of this debacle. It is possible that Github could possibly look into changing it's Company Policy and thus code of conduct

>GitHub regrets firing Jewish employee who called Trump-incited mob “Nazis”
>GitHub Inc. yesterday apologized for firing a Jewish employee who had urged colleagues to "stay safe" and avoid "Nazis" on the day a mob incited by President Trump stormed the US Capitol. GitHub said it "reversed the decision" and indicated it is trying to hire the employee back.
>"Stay safe homies, Nazis are about," the employee, whose identity hasn't been revealed publicly, wrote in an internal Slack chat room on January 6. He was fired two days later, after one "coworker was quick to criticize the employee for using divisive rhetoric"
>"I did not know that, as a Jew, it would be so polarizing to say this word," the former employee wrote in a Slack group for Jewish employees shortly "before his corporate accounts got deactivated. The former employee 
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>>937 (OP) 
https://archive.md/amshx
>GitHub is headquartered in San Francisco, CA and has 2 office locations across 2 countries.
>fires a jew over "NAZIS"
You do not argue with SJW cultists and do bold moves like these with them on their home ground; reverse-subvert the leadership and only THEN do these things.
>Github becoming woke
What rock have you been living under? Also this is your obligatory "stop using shithub" post.
The problem is that Codeberg ends in "berg"
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>>7572
The problem is that Codeberg has been pozzed for some time now, especially since the new ToS were added:
https://codeberg.org/Codeberg/org/src/branch/main/TermsOfUse.md

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Discuss alternative Internet protocols and potentially generate a rated list for the sticky.
Censorship is coming, fast. Many users are getting banned on (((mainstream sites))), Cuckflare, hosts and isps are closing in on every wrongthinkers. Find the best alt net to contribute and develop bunkers/comms.
Mesh and alt infrastructures welcome.
Compare:
>Tor
>I2P
>Freenet
>GNUnet
>Zeronet
>IPFS
>Yggdrasil
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"Darknets" can't be all about the technology. You need to build your own informal network of people, based around a shared interest that requires discretion. Think of it as a manually maintained darknet inside of the darknet. This is how various "rings" operate, for better or worse. But you need to learn from them.

Building a network of people takes time and skill and maintenance. Base your network around an activity of shared interest which also has potential for a lot of spin-offs. It has to be something that involves money changing hands so that it eventually begins to attract people on its own momentum.

I suggest gambling. Build a gambling network, but start with something small and silly. Place bets using small amounts of shit crypto that anyone can get just by watching ads. Bet on stupid bullshit like sports & celebrity, but also more serious things like politics and war. As the network grows more serious and more money changes hands you can branch out into other kinds of money-making schemes and add more variety to your network.

I've read through some academic & law enforcement papers on how p3d0 rings operate on the darknet. They fit the meta criteria of the kind of network I'm talking about. I even made a list of the common features that bind them together (aside from the obvious one) and how one builds trust between anonymous individuals.

I'll post it if anyone gives a shit. But I just needed to get that off my chest. It's the Achilles Heel of ev
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>>7549
Post it. How do you mitigate against infiltration? Any secret club suffers from the same problem, that friend's friend may not be your friend.
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>>7550
>How do you mitigate against infiltration?

You need to be realistic about the actual threat level. Feds are combing through the darknet to find pedos, terrorists, drug dealers and arms dealers. If you're not in those categories you're already fairly safe unless you're literally TRYING to be an idiot. Just don't talk about your personal life. Alternatively you could invent a fictional personal life and talk about that one. If you're too lazy for that you could borrow the details of some other assholes personal life, preferably someone you hate, and talk about it like it's your personal life. Drop enough clues for the feds to find him and you can kill two birds with one stone.

The thing about infiltration by law enforcement into any sort of illegal network is they're only going after a small number of people. Their goal is to shut down the network. If it's a CP community they want to catch the small minority of users who upload most of the material. If it's an illegal market they want to bust the vendors who do most of the selling. If you're just a small fry on a network that is itself a small fry compared to other kinds of networks, you don't have a lot to worry about.

Here's what I've gleaned from academic papers about CP communities on how they build trust within their anonymous networks. I've chosen to focus on them because these are people who know for 110% certainty that they are being watched by the feds and also talking to feds. The communities that flourished were characterized by:

Good sense of humor
Socially active users
Many connections
Provide validation, understanding, normalization & camradery for marginalized opinions & interests
Provide ways to gain status within the network
Provide knowledge and expertise to new members
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>>7550
>>7568

I think intelligence agencies target 8chan-affiliated imageboards because they know a significant proportion of the userbase are: 
>males
>autistic or mentally ill
>between the ages of 16 and 30
>have trouble finding romantic partners
>white
They understand how and what to manipulate this psychological profile into. For example, they want to groom the next mass murderer so the media runs a story about gun violence. Therefore, gun control legislation forced on the table. 
They don't target female-dominated imageboards in the same ways nearly as much because it is rare (compared to male incidence rates) for women commit violent crimes. And it is especially the case that autistic individuals develop fixations and obsessions that normal people do not.
Even though a userbase is anonymous, it doesn't mean more general attributes of it can be defined. They can, for example, measure a userbase is male by sexual interests (posting pornography), young adults (entertainment media), white, and so forth. 
Historically, posting porn, depressive relationshit, nazi larping has identified and defined what would ordinarily be a nebuluous and undefined userbase. (They can't manipul
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>>7588
>between the ages of 16 and 30
lol
>white
lol

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ITT we discuss how technology will assist in our survival during various SHTF scenarios
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>>3825
Easypal is the only software I know of that will do that, but it's windows only and no longer maintained.
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>>3597 (OP) 
>SHTF
Hidden abin in the woods with 3 months of canned and pickled food. I'm not a fighter.
>>3597 (OP) 
Does fully-armed & armored robowaifus count, OP?
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>>7543
How are you planning to charge it?

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Repost of the Julay /tech/ sticky with some minor edits: https://archive.vn/znAXT
Beginner Info
If you would like to try out GNU/Linux because of https://itvision.altervista.org/why-windows-10-sucks.html, you can do one of the following:
0) Install a GNU/Linux distribution of your choice in a Virtual Machine (preferably using KVM or Oracle VirtualBox for newfriends).
1) Use a live image and to boot directly into the GNU/Linux distribution without installing anything (keep in mind that the performance of live distros might be very different than from distro that was booted from your HDD, as most distros are loaded in RAM and don't include the proprietary drivers for NVIDIA GPUs or up-to-date Mesa libraries in their isos).
2) Dual boot the GNU/Linux distribution of your choice along with Windows (make sure to install Windows first, as it can "replace" GRUB or other UNIX bootloaders, and troubleshooting of Windows replacing your bootloader of choice might be painful for people that just started learning about the Linux kernel)
3) Go balls deep and replace everything with GNU/Linux (you really shouldn't do this, if you don't know what you're putting yourself into, see: https://itvision.altervista.org/why.linux.is.not.ready.for.the.desktop.current.html).

Resources:
Use your web browser and search engine of choice. Good comparison between them is hosted here:
https://digdeeper.neocities.org/ghost/browsers.html
https://digdeeper.neocities.org/ghost/search.html
If not sure which browser to choose, just use the Tor Browser Bundle:
https://www.torproject.org/
or paste these commands to your terminal emulator of choice (please make sure to first learn what they're exactly doing):
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>>7357
Why is linux so ugly?
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>>7357
Fedora, Debian, OpenSUSE, and Ubuntu are Redhat/globohomo though.
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>>7358

Certainly because rust got merged into it.
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>>7227
Reminds me of
sage for low quality but is it a good idea to install Deepin on a regular PC outside of asia? how different is the kernel code inside compared to regular debian? will i have trouble updating my system since my network is outside of mainland china? are chinks really better at coding than your typical leftist whitoid? what about russian slavs, astra and rosa linux seems really decent and its opensource to outsiders as well plus best part is its all POZ free due to the country's nature

>>7357
just for the kicks can you make an asian version of this? China has its own ubuntu kylin distro and a couple of proprietary android forks not sure about Japs though

>>7359
yeah but whats NOT a globohomo OS loader if i were to make my own custom linux distro

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 Discuss alternative OSes that are not Linux, Windows or Mac OSX. 
Also post your criticism of UNIX, Windows and Fag OSX design ITT.
If you want to discuss GNU/Linux distros, there is already a thread for it: >>>/tech/530
The package manager thread can be also useful: >>>/tech/4739


Some hastily written notes...
* everyone thinks UNIX (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tc4ROCJYbm0) is still the state-of-art. Ignorants praise Windows, not knowing it's originally a dumbed down clone of VMS that has some patches ported from OS/2 (https://www.itprotoday.com/compute-engines/windows-nt-and-vms-rest-story). Some say that Windows is also still mainly a single-user system that emulates a multi-user system. I think we are living Higurashi tier time loop when it comes to operating systems...
 (and CPUs: X86 is relic from the times of Vaxen. ARM, PowerPC/Power ISA, MIPS, RISC-V are more modern and better. Even modern X86 CPUs converts CISC to RISC in the microcode!)
* Plan9 (9front? Also, see plan9port and 9base), BeOS (Haiku) and TempleOS were the last innovative operating systems that I know of. Even the OSDev people imitate UNIX.
* It's awful that a misbehaving device driver can take down the whole system. Microkernels (e.g. MINIX, GNU Hurd, seL4) or muh """hybrid kernels""" (e.g. DragonFly BSD, Haiku, ReactOS I don't know if modern Windows has a hybrid kernel.) should be the norm. MINIX is incidentally perhaps the most used OS because ((( Intel ME ))) uses it as a basis for the CIAware that runs on our fucken CPUs!
* Nearly all criticism of UNIX is historic stuff: The UNIX-HATERS Handbook (https://web.mit.edu/~simsong/www/ugh.pdf a joke), Multicians (https://www.multicians.org/) and LispM (http://fare.tunes.org/LispM.html) users...
* Worse is better or do the right thing? https://www.dreamsongs.com/RiseOfWorseIsBetter.html & https://www.dreamsongs.com/WorseIsBetter.html
* Some modern UNIX-related innovations: 9p, DTrace, Solaris Zones & FreeBSD Jails, Nix & Guix...

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>>6713
I skimmed it. It's interesting. If everything is a pointer, where is the actual data stored? What if machines go down?
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>>6715
One thing I've been thinking about is if something like IPFS was the filesystem. Forget about performance or whether it even works because IPFS sucks on both, just assume it works and performs decently.

You could have all the programs "installed" all the time, their executables always listed in the /bin directory and so on, but not actually on disk. Then when you run the program and its executable isn't on disk, the filesystem fetches it from the internet and stores it in the disk completely transparently. No package manager. No installation. As long as you have free space, the program and its data files aren't redownloaded. When you need space, the filesystem garbage collects less used files. All programs integrate with this, your music library is just a bunch of pointers to FLACs in our version of IPFS, and as always, if you have space on disk, it plays from disk, if you don't, it fetches it from the internet and puts it in your disk where it stays until a future lack of space leads to the files being garbage collected; your web browser fetches everything from IPFS, OS upgrades just change the hashes the system's files point to and handle migrating the programs that are currently on memory like MINIX. Everything is safe because files are addressed by hash. You can even have personal storage, just encrypt files before publishing them,
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>>4969
>Avoid these
>(...)
>- Microsoft Windows (it's a botnet)
What did he mean by this?
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Pliant language and FullPliant operating system
"FullPliant is a complete system written from scratch in Pliant, that relies mostly on no external code except the kernel, provides install and administration tools, various servers (database, web, mail, dns, etc), graphic stack, and fits in less that 200 000 lines of code, including Pliant dynamic compiler."
https://www.fullpliant.org/

>>7495
It's proprietary software and it collects data. Free software is objectively better. You should use FOSS, if you can use it to accomplish everything you need to do. If you still require proprietary software for some tasks, you should dual-boot M$ Windows and GNU/Linux (or a *BSD). Alternatively, you can use Wine or you can use a VM (and put the proprietary software in a ghetto).

To learn more:
>https://www.gnu.org/proprietary/malware-microsoft.html
>http://www.loper-os.org/?p=284
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>>7480
The current filesystems are a product of hardware. There is a physical limitation with cache locality, even the fastest data center have ram since ram is orders of speed higher than network.

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Are you employed in a technical capacity? What job is it? How did you get it? What does your daily wokload look like? Are you looking for a different line of work?
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>>6980
>Git is optimized for text diff'ing. 
Doesn't Git save different versions/snapshots of full files instead of diffs?
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>>6983
It does. Git handles binary just like text. It performs compression and in some cases choose to compress blobs: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/41482898/git-seems-to-store-the-whole-file-instead-of-diff-how-to-avoid-that
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>>6986
>>6987
Samefag.
Currently working as a NOC tech. Usually I don't do much especially since I do night shifts now. Most of the time I am doing personal work, studying, or playing vidya. Just earned my Network degree and I am working on getting my Network+, afterwards my Linux+. Not 100% sure what I'll do after that. My ultimate goal is to be a Network Admin, or something along those lines.
I have 2-3 years of dev experience and I want to open my company or startup. How can I get into management or business decision without grinding 10 years into a senior and then manager and then CTO? I couldn't find any internship for managers and I don't want to go back to school.

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I was looking through the video editing thread on /v/ and figured it would be appropriate to have something similar here now that /tech/ exists. Except I think it would be ideal if the focus was on free software solutions, and also encompassing a broader spectrum of content rather than just videos.

In this thread give tips and ask questions about image editing, video editing, encoding, and anything else you think might be relevant for creating content.

Recommended Software
Video Editors
>Shotcut
https://www.shotcut.org/
>Kdenlive
https://kdenlive.org/
Recording & Streaming
>OBS (Open Broadcaster Software)
https://obsproject.com/
Audio
>Audacity
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>>6453
Thanks, man. I was looking for a animated gif conversion process
How does libaom 3.5.0 perform under realtime constraints on a post-2017 CPU?
Does it deliver somewhat acceptable quality for livestreaming at a reasonable bitrate?
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>>7256 forgot my image feel free to put this on the offtopic thread sorry if this is the wrong place
FINALLY after all these days (85 uptime) i fucking did it it actually didnt crash the core isolation setting really paid off i finished my session holy shit i feel really good wrestling my adhd all the tasks are done PHEW now where was i? 60 days wihtout any gaming feels really draining due to my ram all filled up but this upgrade should solve the problem
dunno if this counts as OC but did i do good? how do i convert this thing into a sticker for my legion? any settings i should change on my printer or the image viewer?
im gonna put this jak at the back of my laptop (im gonna make a thread on 4chan /g/ after the ram upgrade tomorrow) mwahaha just for the kicks since its all botspam there i wanna liven up that place once in a while
also take this free wallpaper if there are any winfags here why is windows so rude? right after i enabled my wifi this thing just updooted after i restart my system even though i told it to wait a few more days (this happened on next startup dont worry)
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>>7264
Use a search engine, first result "diy print sticker"
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how the fuck did 123movies detect developer tools? in the end i stopped using that ad filled shithole before VM potentially crashed
(the infected link itself i could not decode scripts) hxxps://www1.123moviesfree.icu/movie/g-i-joe-the-rise-of-cobra/watching.html
(original sauce of watermarked file) hxxps://www.fzmovies.net/movie-G.I.%20Joe:%20The%20Rise%20of%20Cobra--hmp4.htm

why the heck does audio stuttering happen on shotcut? whenever i play for a few seconds in winPE and how do i zoom in the seekbar itself for precise editing? (man i love opensource so far i did not get errors despite missing MS files though my vcpus did reach 100 during export)
initally i was just looking for youtube video for the [you and what army scene] but all i got was a low quality TV rip im surprised nobody memified this gem of a clip yet (i also included the nanite injection scene and the laser prison scene incase you need those as well)
so here it is my first edited video did i do good? also i found a way to hide the winPE taskbar just by fiddling the registry though i do need to kill explorer.exe first (hmm making a batch script to auto apply registry shoudnt be too hard since a lot of games use fake full screen and its still annoyingly there)

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run:
cat tor-browser_en-US/Browser/.local/share/recently-used.xbel
strings tor-browser_en-US/Browser/.local/share/gvfs-metadata/*https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-software-2/how-to-permanently-get-rid-of-this-horrible-gvfs-metadata-beast-4175530495/#post5978968
>To get the tools, one can recompile distro's gvfs package and then, from the build directory, subdirectory metadata/.libs copy the files meta-get , meta-get-tree , meta-ls and meta-set to say /usr/bin/gvfs-meta-get etc
The simple usage instruction can be gotten in the usual way, through the "-h" option.
>Now to see what ~/.local/share/gvfs-metadata actually is used for, you can run:
gvfs-meta-get -r -f ~/.local/share/gvfs-metadata/user /
gvfs-meta-get -r -f ~/.local/share/gvfs-metadata/root />And after analyzing the output on my Slackware 14.2 system I discovered that the ONLY extended attribute stored in this whole sorry mess was numerous "download-uri" put there by Mozilla browsers for everything they've ever done. As some perverted kind of permanent, indelible download history.
>One can compile and ru
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You can't overestimate the incompetence of Tor Browser developers, and/or GNOME developers
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>>3868
>GNOME 
>incompetence 
You mean malicious.
>>3170
Same here. I use dwm, so that might be the reason. But what is recently-used.xbel for?
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>>3945
something you use a search engine for
https://askubuntu.com/questions/269858/how-do-i-prevent-the-file-recently-used-xbel-from-being-created
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On TailsOS its in the .local/share/gvfs-metadataNot in .tor-browser dir>>2792
>WTF is this $hit?
I assume this doesn't have to do with Tor but with GNOMe
Really Hate that TailsOS chose GNOME DE.
I have disabled GNOME Animations in DCONF with an autorun script on tails.
Any other ((( GNOME ))) bullshit I could disable in dconf or etc?

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After using the same handful of wallpaper images for the last three and a half years, I have come to the realization that I should get some new wallpapers.

Post your favourite wallpapers and wallpaper sources.  Pics related are a few of what I've been using; screenshots from a dead game called Blacklight: Retribution.  I never played it myself but it had some neat visuals.
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Found some old shit. Just make sure you use nearest interpolation (and probably integer scaling, unless you have a really high resolution)
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>>5368
third one maeka me wanna snorta da druk
I usually get my wallpapers at https://konachan.com/

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