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Welcome >>>/bmn/ ! Bad movies every saturday.


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According to this: https://madaidans-insecurities.github.io/security-privacy-advice.html Linux is bad from security perspective, author advises you to use WIndows 10 in S mode, macOS or ChromeOS for more securit. Is it true or he is biased?
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>>3100
Good, keep spamming the same mentally retarded shit and see more and more people siding with your enemy. No amount of technical knowledge will save your cause if one keeps being a 4channy on the the internet.
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>>3103
No him. More retarded users leave Linux alone the better. No more freedesktop faggotry, shitd, dbus, all of those shit are because of having to cater to them which let (((redhat))) gained control over major distros. Side all you want with an inferior OS. Fuck off with that shit, more users is not always better. Majority of human living are niggers, go to Africa with them. Importing niggers inevitably lead to degeneration. Can't you see them same happening in your fucking country now? And you propose welcoming more niggers because they will be scared away? Let them be, better yet, keep them in Windows and Macshit. I am going to shill on plebbit and 4/g/ to make sure that happens.
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>>3103
The reverse psychology is working as intended.
>>3106
Freedesktop, maybe. Systemdicks and dbus going away isn't going to happen as this is what the corporate sponsors of Linux want - FAGMAN, Redhat, etc. Doesn't have anything to do with normalfags. What could become worse is general userland experience, thanks to more software hitching itself to Gnomefags that will continue to poorly imitate Apple and development of Wayland being rushed to the point of creating a pile of shit full of security holes identical to X.
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>>3116
Systemd and dbus ARE Freedesktop. It's actually remarkable how much of the cancer plaguing modern Linux goes back to that group.

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Discuss methods to remove >systemd.
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>>3025
Hey
I am just not installing it (systemd)
I know... Ugh, I know...
I am sorry!
It is just I am not installing it is all
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
They said it is a drop in replacement, it's not.
https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-1142068-highlight-cryptsetup+static+udev.html
>Hello, an update this morning asks me to disable udev for lvm2 & cryptsetup since I have static enabled for both, lvm2 (static static-libs) cryptsetup (static); why this change ? How to solve that ?
Systemd bug: https://github.com/systemd/systemd/issues/20600
Of course that soy piece of shit stamps WONTFIX.
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>>3023
I dont, it's not on the list because i forgot to include it :p
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>>3036
>we are simply not going to rename all our internal symbols
<literally has to rename version to systemd_version (or something like that)
What is wrong with these people?
>>3036
Lol, of course it's Poettering himself WONTFIXing it. The Freedesktop shitters have been on the warpath with static linking for a while now so it's unfortunately no surprise they'll happily break it. Seriously, read some of the dynamic linking propaganda. It's exactly the same kind of dishonest shit you see with systemd, Wayland, dbus, etc.

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is this really what sex will be like in the future?
INTERGALACATIC TACTILE DATA FUCK
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>>2908
Wat?
Speed running the Net for cybersexual encounters?
None of this looks very comfortable or sexy. Add in some disgusting biotech faggotry and you could pass this off as a Cruelty Squad shitpost.
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>>2988
Probably on par with sticking a Nintendo light gun in a pussy / ass and repeatedly pulling the creaky, springy trigger.
>>2988
It's supposed to be thanking the docs you see.
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>>2888
There's little PC hardware or software in the mag. Most the ads were for phone sex. The highlights I found were an electric male masturbator described to feel like "fucking a latex jellyfish", an anarchist BBS that glowed brighter than 8kunt, and pic related.

>>2908
This could have been predicted by anyone who spent any amount of time on AIM or IRC. It used to be that normal people made fun of creeps pretending to be little girls, but now the lunatics are running the asylum.

>>2911
Not in the land of the free yet, but if you want actual interactivity there's going to be a creepy tranny on the other end of the line. You might like this from the old /agdg/ though: https://viva-project.org/

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Post suggestions to keep the board excellent.
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>>2113
where then?
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>>2120
I guess he meant some random Tor autist rather than really knowing him.
rename this board to /techsupport/
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>>2844
No
We could get in touch with the BO of http://picochanwvqfa2xsrfzlul4x4aqtog2eljll5qnj5iagpbhx2vmfqnid.onion/tech , the board is based. It could be useful for setting a bunker or some other form of cooperation.

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Holy, Holy, Holy. Powered by IBM. Technology, that humanity can rely on.
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>>2638
powered by Allah™
>>2637
You can install Gentoo on it and use it as a slow terminal.
>>2638
Powered by Goat Seggs
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>>2637
>unique, by today standards
<not run Intel Management Engine
<not run AMD PSP
<not run Intel AMT 
<not run System Management Mode
>>2626 (OP) 
Z, the other white me- Q!

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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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>>2577
His talk has everything to do with the topic of stability.  What part about this don't you understand?
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>>2561
>if one library author fucks up, then 1000 people come knocking -- its a reasonably effective feedback loop where the developer always risks losing end-users by making irresponsible regressions.
that's a double-edged sword, they'll be paranoid about introducing new features because of the risk of breaking shit and having an angry mob outside their door because they accidentally put a space in "del /home /username/documents"
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>>2585
The entire thing is just very over the place and never really comes to a point. It felt like I was watching an old man talk about various things he's excited about. The closest related thing is to identify packages with their hashes (I believe Guix does this), but the only way this addresses the problem is if you reproduce the DLL hell of Windows, which I sure as hell hope you aren't advocating.

>>2586
>they'll be paranoid about introducing new features because of the risk of breaking shit and having an angry mob outside their door because they accidentally put a space in "del /home /username/documents"
Well, they should. I know the space refers to a real bug, but if you have problems like these your review process it utterly fucked and you should fix that before pushing out any new things.
>>2586
>they accidentally put a space in "del /home /username/documents"
It's a good reason to make a container that is used to test out which files and directories the installation of your program or library affects, as part of pre-release procedures. The times it happened was due to lazy and/or shit devs, see Valve and Steam deleting /usr.
>>2415
Oh, didn't know Linux had this. That's a good extension.

Creating a file and immediately deleting it is an old unix technique for getting a temporary file nothing else can touch and that you can't forget to delete, I'm aware it'll be deleted after no process has a FD pointing to it.
It seems today's unix hackers have forgotten this trick, even the official flac encoder leaves garbage in the filesystem if you ^C it.

The thing is that it's perfectly possible for someone else to open the file before you delete it.
You can portably kludge it with flock(2), an exclusive flock lock can be obtained atomically when creating the file. This leaks the temporary filename and you have to remember to truncate the file to 0-length before closing it, because someone could open the file while it's visible in the filesystem and wait for you to release your exclusive lock to read your data.

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This board desperately needs a CSS thread. Why the fuck have none of the retarded board owners given themselves custom spoilers? Why the hell do no boards have custom load bars? I had both of these on fatchan because a nice fellow made them for me when I requested it to Tom but Tom had better shit to do. As far as I can tell that's the only board on JSchan to have ever had custom spoilers or loadbars. What's your fucking excuse? Bunch of shitbird elitist faggots on this site can't even figure out custom spoilers. You're fucking plebs. Either kill yourselves or get in this thread and figure out how to do it for your boards on this site.
Also general CSS but I really wanted to stress that fuck you idiots you're slow and stupid.
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>>1981
What exactly is the problem with js besides 'bloat'? Or is that the only remittance? When does the bloat become a problem? If you ask me, the bigger consequence are those shitty new websites which require you to scroll a million times to get to the bottom of their embarrassingly cookie-cutter web pages.
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>>1982
web 3.0 bad
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>>1982
Are you serious?
It's literal malware. Niggers inject arbitrary code onto your machine which you execute. You're literally running every fucking executable on the internet what the fuck nigger.

It's also a terrible language that can't be made to not be a horrible mess so even if what you were being served was open source (good luck parsing that shit yourself though it's endless copypasta of a million libraries poorly implementing the same thing) it'd be trivial for a hostile actor to obfuscate the fact that what they're serving you is malware, because there are a hundred thousand bugs and unintended consequences in javascript's implementation.
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>>2002
Not defending js, but isn't saying it is malware a bit far? The language itself isn't, but it is prone to vulnerabilities like you said.
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>>393
>You can also put !important after the value to override any other styles.
Did not know this, thanks anon

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This is a uBlock Origin filter list that removes shit like BLM banners from sites. PRs or patches (just post here) are welcome, it's pretty barebones right now.
https://github.com/1000xEngineer/blacklist/
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>>1268
>>1274
Icebergs sound jewish.
>>691 (OP) 
I don't get this meme. What was the function supposed to do, and how did it get ruined by context free grammar?
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>>691 (OP) 
BLOAT
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>>799
This. I want to know who the enemies are.
>>1352
making an adhoc formal language by using a regex function instead of just using a  formal language  to begin with

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GoSeek has been unusable since Nougat. It's s real shame there isn't a functional client for Android.
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2003 was 18 years ago lmaooo
>>1606 (OP) 
I just use youtube-dl to download all my musics from youtube/bandcamp.
>>1606 (OP) 
You can install Debian or friends with linux deploy, or install Gentoo with just any terminal with chroot (if you have root access). Then install/compile a cli soulseek client (museek+ has a tui).
>>1606 (OP) 
Just use other alternatives like torrent clients.
>>1616
Don't feel bad for yourself.

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Android has been ported to a RISC-V board

January 21, 2021
 
Google’s Android operating system currently supports a handful of instruction set architecture (ISA) families, including ARM and x86. The vast majority of smartphones, tablets, TVs, and smartwatches that run Android today feature ARM-based chipset designs, as Intel has long since abandoned its handset CPUs while support for MIPS was dropped with NDK revision 17. While Google does not officially provide support for compiling Android on hardware based on the open RISC-V ISA, several development teams are working to run AOSP on RISC-V hardware. One such effort is led by T-Head, the business entity of Alibaba specializing in semiconductors, which today announced that they’ve successfully ported Android 10 onto its in-house RISC-V hardware.

A few months ago, PLCT Lab successfully booted Android to a command-line interface on a 64-bit RISC-V core emulated in QEMU. The team launched a project on GitHub they’re calling “AOSP for RISC-V” and are still in the early stages of cross-compiling AOSP and booting to a GUI. Meanwhile, T-Head, which designed the ICE SoC with its in-house, RISC-V-based XuanTie C910 cores, has managed to boot Android 10 with working graphics and touch.

The ICE chip from T-Head with 3 XuanTie C910 (RISC-V 64) CPU cores.

It runs quite slowly, as you can see in the video embedded below, but this is to be expected given the status of this port and the hardware it’s running on. In the video, a couple of stock AOSP applications are launched, including the clock app, the contacts app, and the mail app. More complex applications such as games aren’t shown off on this prototype as these apps would likely need to be recompiled to target RISC-V.

https://occ-oss-prod.oss-cn-hangzhou.aliyuncs.com/registerUrl/undefined/1611216336818/normal_video121.mp4

This Android 10 port is based on the android10-release branch in AOSP, and the source code developed by T-Head can be found on the company’s GitHub page.
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>>1414
There are some around on crowdsourcing sites. It costs a lot though.
https://www.crowdsupply.com/sutajio-kosagi/precursor
OPEN SOURCE THIS NOW
>>1269
No, it's not. It's proprietary.
There is a stripped down version called AOSP that is FLOSS, but with each new Android version Google releases a new component that apps rely on and only exist's in Google's proprietary version of Android which OEMs base themselves off of.
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>>1423
Don't forget the firmware blobs (especially for the modem) and vendor patched kernel.
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>>1423
Basically google's android and android's android, got it.

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