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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.7857

>>7855
Well the cytube has embedded content, I don't think that will work over tor anyway, I'm not sure it can be supported.


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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.7893

What's the bump limit on /tech/ anyway?
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 No.7914

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 No.7915

>>7914
Is it Red Hat again? What are they trying to do?
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 No.7917

>>7915
get control of gpl
also get control over gnu / gcc
kill free software at last
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 No.7918

>>7917
But why? What would they gain?


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 No.7759[Reply]

Hello tech, does anyone here know of a way to bypass public VPN/TOR blocks, such as those used on 4chan and wikipedia? It must be technically possible no? Any other anonymizing software that might not be blocked?
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 No.7762

>>7759
I don't think so unless there are brand new tor exit nodes no where knows about.

4chan probably blocks all datacenter IPs so its not like you can even roll your own either. Maybe with an IPv6 address though? The address space is probably large enough so they can't do that
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 No.7784

Have you tried SOCKS5 proxies?
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 No.7913

Thank you kindly for replies

>>7762
IPv6? Cheers I'll look into it

>>7784
II believe SOCKS5 proxies are banned on wikipedia if I am not mistaken, not aware of their feasibility elsewhere. Would a tor bridge work perhaps?
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 No.7916

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>>7913
A Tor bridge? Like Meek Azure or Obfs4? Those are for disguising you at the entry node, not the exit node.


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 No.7884[Reply]

Is anon going to join the GNU Assembly?
https://gnu.tools/
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 No.7906

>>7904
(((O'Donell)))
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 No.7907

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 No.7909

https://lists.gnu.tools/hyperkitty/list/[email protected]/thread/SMFKD7M34VUTUW45MSO4UOWL4C7V5FQT/
> by creating this assembly, we affirmed that GNU Project leadership is in our hands
Blanquists win again, Stallmanites are on suicide watch.

>>7892
It's old news: https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/gnu-misc-discuss/2020-02/msg00014.html
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 No.7911

Guix is a great distro but their constant shit is so fucking tiresome

All this vigilante twitter bullshit is driving me insane fuck
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 No.7912

>>7884
>>7884
hope they crash and burn, and everyone forget them and they fall into irrelevance
despicable cunts


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 No.7262[Reply]

I’m installing linux for the first time, what distro should I use? I’m fine with it taking hours to set up, as long as it’s free. I ain’t paying for that shit. I was leaning towards gentoo but what do you guys think?
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 No.7565

>>7564
Why did you suggest Debian twice?
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 No.7566

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 No.7865

>>7262
Hannah Montana Linux
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 No.7888

If you actually want to learn Linux, go for Gentoo or at least arch, and do as much through terminal as possible. I recommend a tiling window manager. They're honestly the absolute shit once you get used to them.
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 No.7910

Linux From Scratch


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 No.7899[Reply]

>GPL
>contributing back is a prerequisite of distributing binaries
>using a license that perpetuates the developer/user distinction
>not writing a license where contributing to the codebase is a prerequisite of using the software
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 No.7901

>>7900
program reply
implicit none
write(*,*) 'Op is an idiot'
end program reply

section .data
msg db 'what the fuck are you going to do with all the garbage code people send in',0xa ;
len equ $ - msg
section .text
_start:
mov edx,len
mov ecx,msg
mov ebx,1
mov eax,4
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 No.7902

>>7900
>what the fuck are you going to do with all the garbage code people send in
Delete it?

Was that a serious question?
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 No.7903

>>7902
>you must send code
what for ?
>deletion
was that a serious answer?
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 No.7905

>contributing back is a prerequisite of distributing binaries
This is not true, you have to provide the source code to the users of the binaries, but you don't have to send your changes upstream or make them public.
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 No.7908

>>7900
why the fuck are you writing 32 bit?


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 No.336[Reply]

I'm looking for recommendations on resources, learning materials, or general advice when it comes to learning about electrical engineering. Books, videos, MIT courses, you name it. I'm open to starting with the absolute basics from Physics 101, which I admittedly have not brushed up on in a while.

In addition, I'm also interested in tinkering with hardware as part of the learning process, so any advice on that front would be greatly appreciated.
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 No.346

>>345
Feel free to ask questions if you're stuck
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 No.652

Electrical Engineering isn't what most people think of it anymore. Try to learn about digital design and learn a HDL like Verilog or VHDL. Buy a cheap FPGA board and tinker with it by writing designs for it.

You can dowload vivado from Xilinx for free if you take an older version.
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 No.7896

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>Meanwhile, at computer engineering
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 No.7897

>>7896
Philippines technological hyperpower by 2030


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 No.833[Reply]

I used to go in incognito, but now wapo, NYT, etc, aren't allowing that. How do you do it?
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 No.1612

>>1561

This. Works like a charm
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 No.1783

>>833
Sometimes adding a full stop at the end of the URL works.
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 No.1786

>>836
>Some times you can even just stop the webpage download and it will load the text but not the wall.
On such sites you also use the "inspect element" tool of your browser to remove the paywall HTML nodes.
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 No.7880

>>963
>>1097
these and waybackmachine + google cache
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 No.7883

>>963
A nice thing about the archive.is solution is that you can share the link with other people, and then discuss a given article without explaining to everybody how to bypass paywalls.


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 No.7850[Reply]

Know some good shit on Tor? Let us know. Whether it be substitutes for clearnet services, or just the .onion domain for whatever, or just something cool.

What I found:
>privacytools.io site
privacy2zbidut4m4jyj3ksdqidzkw3uoip2vhvhbvwxbqux5xy5obyd.onion
>Invidious (YouTube front-end)
http://grwp24hodrefzvjjuccrkw3mjq4tzhaaq32amf33dzpmuxe7ilepcmad.onion/
(Clearnet version: https://vid.puffyan.us/ )
Requires enabling certain scripts to work unfortunately. You can sign up and make a list of subscriptions though.
>Nitter (Twitter front-end)
http://3nzoldnxplag42gqjs23xvghtzf6t6yzssrtytnntc6ppc7xxuoneoad.onion/
>/leftypol/ (/leftypol/)
http://wz6bnwwtwckltvkvji6vvgmjrfspr3lstz66rusvtczhsgvwdcixgbyd.onion/leftypol/catalog.html

Some things I was interested in hearing about:
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 No.7856

http://cct5wy6mzgmft24xzw6zeaf55aaqmo6324gjlsghdhbiw5gdaaf4pkad.onion/

Hidden service for snopyta.org
Basically an index of their services, and about half of them have a hidden service through Tor. I prefer the Invidious instance I linked before, but theirs probably works just as well if not better if you don't want to sign up for an account to keep a subscriptions list. The Invidious instance I linked before had registration while Snopyta's didn't when I checked.
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 No.7882



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 No.564[Reply]

Recent events have once again highlighted the necessity of a truly communal, self-governed anonymous discussion forum. This thread is for the development of new forms of decentralized anonymous image boards.

The problem in need of a solution is this: [b]How can we develop a forum that genuinely empowers its community and allows them to resist censorship?[/b]

One recent attempt is NNTPChan/Overchan. NNTPChan is a decentralized imageboard that uses the NNTP protocol (network-news transfer protocol) to synchronize content between many different servers. It utilizes cryptographically-signed posts to perform optional/opt-in decentralized moderation. I'm still rather confused on how moderation works there myself.

This seems like a great idea, by distributing a forum across a collection of servers one can resist the disruption of any single server. When 8ch was shutdown by its DDoS provider, however, its community didn't find the motivation to learn from this and migrate to a censorship-resistance platform. Instead its subcommunities were scattered to the winds, the ones that survived coalescing back on a number of individual websites using the classical top-down server-owner structure, with all the authority and alienation from its userbase that it necessarily contains. What lessons can be learned from this? Is there more that can be done?
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 No.2750

>>2745
it works fine :(
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 No.2751

>>2750
Scuttlebutt or RetroShare?
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 No.2752

>>2750
None of your friends have a slightly different version, then.
Every time I've tried to use it, the other people are on different distros or platforms where the version is a little newer or older and they are incompatible.
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 No.2764

>>2752
ah thats fucked, never knew that was an issue
thanks for letting me know
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 No.7881

>>564
how does it resist spam?


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