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 No.6724[Reply]

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.

Mobile Support: https://github.com/PietroCarrara/Clover/releases/latest
Thread For Mobile Feedback: >>>/tech/6316

Onion Link: http://wz6bnwwtwckltvkvji6vvgmjrfspr3lstz66rusvtczhsgvwdcixgbyd.onion
Cytube: https://tv.leftypol.org/
Matrix: https://app.element.io/#/room/!RQxdjfGouwsFHwUzwL:matrix.org

We are currently working on improvements to the site, subject to the need of the tech team to sleep and go to their day jobs. If you need more immediate feedback please join the matrix room[s] and ask around. Feel free to leave comments, concerns, and suggestions about the tech side of the site here and we will try to get to it as soon as possible

Archived thread:
>>>/leftypol_archive/903
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 No.8225

https://github.com/towards-a-new-leftypol/leftypol_lainchan/issues/251
>Certain Posts with images do not stretch enough to fit the text #251
see >>6801 >>6803


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 No.8230[Reply]

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 No.8305

>>8230
Do you have to mine crypto to make enough money to buy computer hardware now ? Is this becoming a new destructive feature of capitalism, like when they destroyed new cars that came fresh from the assembly line during the great recession.
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 No.8312

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>>8305
I don't thinking workstations can reliability earn enough to pay for themselves with how ridiculously OP mining rings are (as you are in professional render farm territory) and how the more processing power mining crypto, the harder the hash gets for everyone.
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 No.8315

>>8312
how many render farms do you need until they pay for a workstation ?
Like what is the ratio, do you have to run 50 computers to be able to use one ?
How does the energy efficiency compare to computers from the nineties if you account for the "crypto overhead"
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 No.8318

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>>8315
Well if you look at the picture above, the mining rig is running ten RTX 3060ti and a 3090 is not even double the power of a single 3060ti so this mining rig will still have around ten times the GPU power of the beefiest PC rig. This is the kind of setup you are going be going up against from professional miners that can have entire racks of these things. Professional miners also have less trouble acquiring GPUs since they buy them by the pallet thus can order from distributors directly.

Computers from the 90s used less wattage but were less efficient in processing power per watt.
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 No.8319

Upside: this might be a blow to Big Data because the trend of storage becoming cheaper is reversing.


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 No.2900[Reply]

I know that if I run my own instance of searx is the most private way to search things up. But what about public instances of searx like search.snopyta.org, are they any safer than just using pure duckduckgo? Because I am still trusting a 3 party with my data, the only other advantage that I see using a public instance of searx is that is completely open source. Are there any other positives?
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 No.8017

>>2901
I feel like google has really gone downhill lately, like they keep giving me results they think I want instead of what I ask for. Idk maybe it's me
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 No.8078

>>7878
Elliptic curve cryptography has, to my knowledge, no special weakness that makes it easy for quantum computers to break it.
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 No.8082

Considering that DuckDuckGo is shit now, i'd like to ask: is there any advantage in using this in DuckDuckGo's place in your everyday browser? Or are the advantages exclusively Tor related?
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 No.8212

>>2903
>A privacy-based proxy for Google search
>We do measure overall traffic numbers and some other – strictly anonymous – statistics. These stats may include the number of times our service is accessed by a certain operating system, a type of browser, a language, etc.
>In order to enable the prevention of click fraud, some non-identifying system information is shared
>>8017
https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-04-09-leaked-memos-prove-google-is-a-massive-criminal-enterprise-felony-election-meddling-and-racketeering.html
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 No.8317

privacytools.io's searx recently went down and the public one's up rn look mad limited: https://searx.space/
Wtf is one to do now bros?


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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.8308

>>8306
i don't know what that means, what needs to happen for sci-hub to continue functioning as normal ? It's a fundamental to human civilization at this point. Why doesn't anybody put down the CopyrightSS ?
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 No.8310

>>8207
ed2k://|file|Viva%20l'anarchie%20!%20-%20La%20rencontre%20de%20Makhno%20et%20Durruti%20%20-%20(Loth).cbz|115223594|28516344A56F404A72378FB7653DABF1|h=MCGKJCJLOLP4NHJB32BL5VBBIFTUJYIY|/

This is an ed2k link, you'll need something that can access the edonkey network to download it, like emule. Your best source for French comics is emulebdz, a forum that posts ed2k links to pretty much everything that gets ripped or scanned in French.
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 No.8311

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>>8207
I really like this images, Does anyone know who artist is?
Edited to remove that text at bottom.
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 No.8313

>>8308
It looks like until the court hearings end, sci-hub will remain paralyzed.
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 No.8316

>>8311
The artist is Bruno Loth: https://www.bedetheque.com/auteur-12827-BD-Loth-Bruno.html

>>8207
By the way, the volume 2 came out in January, and most of the French comic scanners/rippers have a rule that they won't release a comic until 6 months after it gets published, so it'll be on emulebdz in July probably. If you're don't want to wait until then, you can buy a digital on izneo, and quite easily rip it yourself:

https://desuarchive.org/co/thread/120101604/#120169239


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 No.8249[Reply]

How is Telegram? I've been seeing RT shilling it as a Twitter alternative. Is there a major Left presence there?
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 No.8259

>>8258
Posts that glow in the dark.
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 No.8287

>>8259
Letting perfect security be the enemy of good security is glow
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 No.8291

>>8287
For the last time I'm not using your honeypots like Signal or Telegram when XMPP exists.
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 No.8297

>>8291
>>8251
no one uses xmpp, and it doesnt have cryptography natively….
not all implementations integrate with omemo and its ass and ugly and annoying, plus again no one uses it
Whats the problem with Signal? also there's p2p fork of Signal… not a great idea but also federated servers take effort so i guess for most people centralized makes sense here, its not optimal but fr what did Signal do to compromise security? they do real e2ee that is supposedly authenticated on each client, and its open source afaik so whats the deal
no matter what your metadata is fucked pretty much
also xmpp is federated too… so its also kinda ass for that
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 No.8314

What about Session?


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 No.274[Reply]

I know, you're asking yourself already, how the fuck are crypto's compatible with a leftwing communist image-board? Well, first of all, fuck you, we live under capitalism and as such must exchange and purchase under the current mode of production we find ourselves under.
Second, I would like some one to help me understand, exactly, how to set up a bitcoin, monero, what have you; wallet. I tried to set this up on my laptop but syncing with the bitcoin network is a huge MASSIVE bitch and took me months and I never got fully synced. Also, it takes a shitload of resources to work properly on my computer. I can barley do anything else.
So, my question is: What is the best way to get into bitcoin and use bitcoin and other cysto's like a boss? Am I doing something wrong? What are the best specs for btc and the like? As always, any help would be appreciated. Thank you /tech/!
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 No.3018

>>3017
whats the advantage of ethereum over bitcoin
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 No.3021

>>280
>Does not generate dividends
Go look at Aave or Compound, or one of many other already working Defi projects, then come back and tell me that.
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 No.3022

>>3018
Smart contracts, mining is getting removed, many other better features. It's not perfect, but Bitcoin is merely a store of value, while Ethereum is a effectively a whole platform running most of the other successful crypto projects.
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 No.8307

>>276
>>276
>capitalism is when you buy things
i am in awe at this braindead comment
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 No.8309

This thread is from the start of tech on bunker


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 No.6401[Reply]

We're on a new board, so why not a new desktop thread? Let's keep this board active. Hopefully a fresh thread will draw some activity.

You know the drill: post your desktops, talk rice, etc etc.
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 No.8145

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bump
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 No.8288

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tranoid.rs posting
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 No.8293

>>6945
Based, but
>Mint
I do like the rice though.
>>8145
>Font
>Void
Basado
>Dracula colours
Cringo
>>8288
>Gnome
>Transparent on writing
Needs some jouissance, a little spark
>PopOS
I know nothing about this, is it good?
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 No.8294

>>8288
some chinese guy already defeated rust's fastest web framework, actix-web, with c++

https://www.techempower.com/benchmarks/
https://github.com/an-tao/drogon

also you misspelled receiver and persistence
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 No.8302

>>6414
>Fedora
It’s a good distro I’d recommend to anyone starting out with Linux if they want something stable and secure.
>Communards
Based


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 No.8234[Reply]

>tfw you will have degoogle your car in a few years

Is there a way out of this nightmare?
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 No.8257

>>8254
It's a mixed bag. Where I live, the public transportation is fairly reliable, you just have to live in the city. In the surrounding towns and country, the bus comes once every hour at best.
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 No.8267

>>8234
>Is there a way out of this nightmare?
A lot of people would die
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 No.8268

>>8267
>surveilance capitalism or barbarism, no inbetween
Take out that flag.
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 No.8273

>>8268
the path to revolution and revolution are both paved with the blood of innocents

are you a cringe reformist?
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 No.8301

>>8241
What bus?
>>8244
What train?

t. American


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 No.7090[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Although he still hasn't regained his position at MIT, Richard Stallman is returning to the board of the Free Software Foundation.

http://techrights.org/2021/03/21/richard-stallman-is-coming-back-to-the-board-of-the-free-software-foundation-founded-by-himself-35-years-ago/

How will the corporate apologists, identarian social climbers, and Microsoft agents who smeared him in the first place respond to this?
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 No.8236

https://leftypol.org/tech/res/3033.html
Here is an entire thread of leftypol comrades downplaying the effects of this same kind of woke bullshit that rms is dealing with.
For people who care about free software, the current left-wing of american politics doesn't seem like an ally at all.
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 No.8237

>>8236
It's a shit show. Braindead idpol or ancap nutters. Can't say I have a solution, but anyone who thinks the AOC-types are an ally is not a communist.
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 No.8238

>>8236
>reeee muh SJWs
>NOOOO YOU ARE TROLLING MEEEE
Holy shit kill everyone in that thread
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 No.8243

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>>8236
What a shitty thread.


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 No.8295[Reply]

Sometimes while using the onion website it says my posts are flood for dozens of minutes on end.
Could you possibly fix that?
Is there something i should do to fix that?
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 No.8296

whenever someone is using the TOR node to spam it counts towards the specific connections post limit(to prevent flooding). So it's likely you're trying to make one post after someone tried to use it to spam and you hit the same limit.
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 No.8298

When I tried visiting this site from Tor it just said that I am not allowed to do that.


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