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 No.6724[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

This thread is only for feedback related to technical issues(bug reports, suggestions). Otherwise use >>>/leftypol/30356
Public Repo: https://github.com/towards-a-new-leftypol/leftypol_lainchan
If you have any grievances you can make a PR.

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Archived thread:
>>>/leftypol_archive/903
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 No.9485

Update of
https://github.com/towards-a-new-leftypol/leftypol_lainchan/issues/229
https://github.com/towards-a-new-leftypol/leftypol_lainchan/commit/237ad41fc02dded98ccde72c34ed3f87fb17186d
for the new overboards:
$('#Grid').mixItUp('sort', (((value == "random") || /^(overboard|sfw|alt)$/.test (board_name)) ? value : "sticky:desc " + value));

Or you might add a new JS var to signal an overboard.


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 No.2934[Reply]

pdf on left wing hacktivism
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 No.6427

>>6220
plus the "sniper attack" is literally just ddosing tor exit nodes you don't own so theres a higher chance of directing to nodes you do own. again, this isnt reliable and also it requires you to degrade the performance of the whole tor network
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 No.6985

bump
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 No.8442

bump
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 No.9512

>>4719
this looks interesting
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 No.9559

>>3029
mike is gay


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 No.9110[Reply]

brief observations on fires
>1:Once a substance is ignited it cant be set on fire again

>2:fires spread based off their temperature, the hotter a region is the faster the fire spreads


>3:Objects will increase in mass after being set on fire


>4:an unbreathable smell will be created after an object is set on fire


>5: fires are observed to die when covered with something with alot of mass even if it is flammable


hypothesis
>1a: the reason why you cant set a burnt object on fire again is because the substance has already reacted with its environment in a matter that it cant produce an exothermic reaction again

>evidence: when I put an ignited match in water 5 times the fire on the match went out 100% of the time and couldnt be ignited again

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 No.9546

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>>9543
>The story is told of something Heraclitus said to some strangers who wanted to come visit him. Having arrived, the saw him warming himself at a stove. Surprised, they stood there in consternation – above all because he encouraged them, the astounded ones, and called to them to come in, with the words, “For here too the gods are present.”

>But he had himself withdrawn into the temple of Artemis in order to play knucklebones with the children; here, the Ephesians stood around him, and he said to them: “What are you gaping at, you scoundrels? Or is it not better to do this than to work with you on behalf of the city?”


pls pretend artemis still has her arms and she's holding a torch and a harp
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 No.9547

I don't buy that an object has more mass after expelling clouds of smoke. I can buy that many objects will be denser, i.e. have more mass per unit of volume, but this will not be true for all objects.

I don't think your statements about what human beings can breathe and smell are correct. We breathe and smell a lot of things.

I recommend reading Notes From The Holocene by Dorion Sagan, I think you'd like it.
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 No.9549

>>9110
>1:Once a substance is ignited it cant be set on fire again
but og set fire to coal. me saw

>5: fires are observed to die when covered with something with alot of mass even if it is flammable

like og wife
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 No.9550

>>9547
X = substance to burn
Y = reactant in air
X + Y > X
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 No.9558

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torch bright light light

make go hot in brr brr yuga

food go torch go hot hot

torch normal no magic, torch just torch


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 No.9055[Reply]

Youtubers who spike prices of old hardware should jump off a cliff, people out here thinking their shitty thinkpad that their dog pissed on is worth $500
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 No.9470

>>9469
I mean it is the only system compatible with libreboot outside of a small margin of other choices.
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 No.9513

>>9446
looks like buying old thinkpads, flashing libreboot and installing linux-libre might be a decent way to make money and expand my botnet by preloading them with backdoors
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 No.9539

>>9513
So how the fuck do you flash the bios then? I hear ypu have to connect hardware by pin to do it.
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 No.9548

>>9539
I work with electronics fam. but it's also not necessary for all machines, only if you brick the BIOS or the CPU is somehow prevented from writing to it. libreboot.org has the deets on this
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 No.9557

>>9548
Well I just mention it because you raise an interesting point that you can only trust YOURSELF to do shit like this with your machines no one else.


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 No.9352[Reply]

Does the failure of Linux desktop prove that communism will never work?

feels like a barely functioning toy compare to the commercial options. they argue over irrelevant differences, constantly reinvent the wheel, never innovate, barely handles the basics.

it has no profit motive to unite or to sort boring problems.
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 No.9531

>>9529
also slave morality would be doing the opposite of apple because they're the leaders.
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 No.9533

>>9530
>Choices on behalf of the user
Yes some choices are very, dare I say, stupid. There's a popular meme about linux UI/freetard graphic design and etc. I would say arrogance too, detachment from what users actually desire, mixed with a degree of narcissism "I'm gonna make my own le-arch-forkerinOS" instead of contributing to something already great
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 No.9554

>>9529
They are absolutely pathetic.
Never forget that Apple was in danger of going out of business in the 90s and they were kept afloat only due to the sheer cuckedness of their fans who kept throwing money at their overpriced and outdated (especially classic MacOS) products just because of the rainbow apple logo. And apple doesn't even treat these users well, sometimes even going to the extent of suing some blogger appletard users for sharing product rumours.
I don't think it's possible for there to be a more examplary epitome of corporate bootlicking than macfags. They don't just do it for free, they literally pay premium prices from their own pockets for it.
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 No.9555

>>9384
You can with third party programs, I use AlwaysOnTop.
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 No.9556

I tried switching to Debian a few years ago and really liked it but no matter what I tried my G13 refused to work with it, and I rely on that too much. If only there was a G13 with on-board memory for the keys.


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 No.9462[Reply]

Why does Rust get hate here? I know its a memed language but is there any good reason not to use it other than be contrarian?
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 No.9526

>>9506
C all the way!
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 No.9540

>>9526
what about for web dev
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 No.9551

>>9502
People are not happy with go being owned by Google either.
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 No.9552

>>9540
CGI scripts were initially written in C and still are on many IOT devices.
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 No.9553

>>9540
Python. Very popular among free software chads.


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 No.189[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

General for all things piracy related:
Share Torrents, Private Trackers, information about how to obtain a particular commodity for free on the internet; Requests.

piratebayztemzmv.onion

Current onion for the piratebay^

Pirate the planet.
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 No.9492

>>470
>>612

cool limewire cause we all want viruses and illegal pr0n on here -_-;; some of us just want to watch wandavision without d*sn*y+
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 No.9493

>>1634
the entire internet is spyware now
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 No.9494

>>1840

because live action shows have actual production companies behind them that are greedy about that stuff
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 No.9537


>>8039
my mother language is Spanish so I use epublibre
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 No.9538

>>3255

the archive is down, can someone post a torrent link?


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 No.9515[Reply]

I've achieved Emacs enlightenment. My config is a thousand lines of perfection. Lisp machine gang rise up once and for all!
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 No.9527

>>9518
>ffmpeg
I used to dump video frames to jpg with mplayer, do some wild editing with shell loops calling ImageMagick and dc, then reencode it with mencoder.
This required a lot of disk space though.
>youtube-dl
Is development still stalled due to a lawsuit?
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 No.9532

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>>9525
Interesting thanks

Is there a single based browser?
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 No.9534

>>9532
Firefox
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 No.9535

>>9532
Librewolf
Icecat
ungoogled-chromium
That's it
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 No.9536

>>9527
>Is development still stalled due to a lawsuit?
I don't think so.
https://youtube-dl.org/
>We would like to thank GitHub for standing up for youtube-dl and making it possible to continue development without dropping any features. We appreciate GitHub taking potential legal risks in this regard.
>We would also like to heartily thank our main website hoster Uberspace who is currently being sued in Germany for hosting our essentially business card website and who have already spent thousands of Euros in their legal defense


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 No.9456[Reply]

USB 3.0 (5Gb/s)
USB 3.1 gen 1 (5Gb/s)
USB 3.1 gen 2 (10Gb/s)
USB 3.2 gen 1 (5Gb/s)
USB 3.2 gen 2 (10Gb/s)
USB 3.2 gen 2x2 (20Gb/s)

Statements dreamed up by the utterly insane.
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 No.9465

>20Gb/s
You can get that with one fiber-optics cable. In principle they just need to bond a led on both ends of a fiber optical strand and put a signal converter chip on both ends of the cable to make it compatible with electrical ports. Eventually it could become cheap enough to stuff chips into cables, especial if the led and signal converter are integrate into one tiny piece of silicon, and you do something clever with the fact that microchip circuits are affected by light.
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 No.9516

>>9465
20 Gbps isn't even a problem with copper. regular RG-58 coax has about 30 GHz of bandwidth. it's just more expensive than twisted pair


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 No.9476[Reply]

Give me one reason why I shouldn't.
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 No.9495

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>>9491
Yeah that's pretty gay, but, arguably it's less boot licky to have a group of devs democratically voted on to pass commits for code changes to the kernel and such. Also it's not like they are forcing us to use proprietary software. But i do agree

>>9490

I don't get the capability argument. The only people that really suffer are NVIDIA fags. My AMD Ryzen will be unfazed.
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 No.9497

>>9495
>democratically voting on people
>democratically
Please do not use words you do not understand. Elections are not democratic.
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 No.9500

>>9497
Wtf is this autism.

What do you think communism is retard. Can you faggots go for five seconds with out dragging out your gay ass tabkie bullshit. American elections under borg democracy are not the same thing as voting on people in and running your party you fucking faggots.

Work places should be run this way our mod team runs things democratically to some degree. This is just ideology. Stop it.
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 No.9511

>>9500
Arguably democracy is a very ambiguous word, but a marxist refutation of the represenativeness of OpenBSD's voting procedures would involve first examining potential factors like vendor pressure.
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 No.9514

>>9500
Democracy is voting to make decisions, elections have always been oligarchic in nature. You're operating on a misinformed definition of democracy that stems from an Orwellian inversion of meaning peddled by aristocrats in the late 18th century. Aristotle outlines clearly in his Politics that the people who actually invented democracy considered sortition to be democratic while elections have a tendency to select for people who are already in the upper levels of society.


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