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 No.1150[Reply]

Could kovri be better for anonymity than tor?
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 No.1164

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>>1160
Also this image
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 No.1175

Doesn't look like it's available. Is there a download link?
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 No.1177

>>1162
i2p is mostly for accessing services in their network afaik, but there's exit nodes as a service (rather than protocol) from what ive heard too
i havent played with i2p yet tho
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 No.1178

>>1177
Yeah but they aren't actually publicly available to my knowledge,
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 No.1183

>C++ for secure netcode
literally Java was a better choice than that.


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 No.296[Reply]

One thing that would be useful would be rewriting >>[INTEGER] links in posts when threads are transferred across boards

Now how do?
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 No.310

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>>309
Im somewhat upseti but the repair isnt that difficult. I missed two parts for my grade which I did make but did not document. Shouldnt take more than a week to fix my thesis and pass, maybe 3 weeks if im going to be really fancy and thorough. After that i should hopefully be completely done.

I was hoping to finish my education today though. Feels bad when you do all that work and then fail you. Im so fucking tired.
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 No.792

>>310
Any news on how we can help?
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 No.858

Is this related to go[i]ogle[/i]chan? Why did you make the database thread on /leftypol/ instead of here?
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 No.862

>>858
No.
I didn't make this thread. It was on leftypol to inform the users mainly.
.t rat
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 No.892

WHAT THE FUCK IS GOING ON


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 No.735[Reply]

Why aren't you using NewPipe instead of the regular YouTube App? If you are, good job. If not, you better start soon.

Why NewPipe is better than YouTube?
>Free and Open Source Software
>No Ads
>No tracking by Google
>Everything is stored locally
>Integrated background player
>Download every video easily

the list is endless, just look on https://newpipe.schabi.org
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 No.772

>>735
I have both and newpipe is great but I mostly only used it as incognito.
Still use the main Youtube app because I want my history connected.
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 No.798

i use vanced so im not sure there is any use to switch.
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 No.821

do they have an iphone versin
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 No.822

>>821
Throw that thing in the trash
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 No.823

>>822
Lmfao, ayy


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 No.786[Reply]

Why the fuck did lynxchan abandon their json api? Will bunkerchan ever get a json based API so it can be connected from apps and other places?


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 No.477[Reply]

VRMS RIGHT NOW!

How did ya do?

I got 0.1% of 2756 installed packages
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 No.700

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>>693
But Wine is hard to use anon.
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 No.704

>>700
Wine is hard to fucking install.
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 No.706

>>704
Wine is hard to download.
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 No.759

amd64-microcode Processor microcode firmware for AMD CPUs
fonts-ubuntu sans-serif font set from Ubuntu
intel-microcode Processor microcode firmware for Intel CPUs

Contrib packages installed on pop-os

iucode-tool Intel processor microcode tool

3 non-free packages, 0.1% of 2428 installed packages.
1 contrib packages, 0.0% of 2428 installed packages.

I am fine with this
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 No.763

>>700
>>704
>>706
>*Adds multilib repo*
>pacman -Syu wine-staging
>Opens up everything with the file manager


 No.736[Reply]

Google just started releasing reports regarding traffic activity and where are communities going during the pandemic
https://www.google.com/covid19/mobility/

Reports for all countries google is tracking now is available. But there are some missing countries from that list, Here are some notable examples: Cuba, Russia, China, Iran.
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 No.751

residential-focused real estate jew-chinks and bankers rubbing their hands with glee


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 No.659[Reply]

So how can i attack my country's marshall law text system? Can i ddos it? How can i dedtroy it or make it work for the beneffit of the proletariat ?
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 No.685

God dammit Marshall! He cannot keep getting away with this >:(
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 No.686

>>677
Cyprus.
Its not just a lockdown is the transformation of the bourgoise denocracy to a bourgoise dictatorship

>>685 lol yeah my english suck i get it.
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 No.691

>>686
Your English is great apart from the martial. Capitalise your 'I' when it's alone though

I guess you'd need to delete your number from their database once you have sent your first text in. Why not use multiple phones?
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 No.715

>>691
>Why not use multiple phones?
dunno, cuz he's in martial law maybe?
>text authority
>yeah uh im tryna buy multiple phones can I leave the house
>>686
Don't worry. I personally think any trouble you cause wouldn't help so much as put you in prison. I wouldn't approach this so recklessly.
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 No.749

Just don't ask for permission.
Are you asking for a system to spam their text messaging system


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 No.528[Reply]

Born too early to explore the universe too late to explore earth.

this literallty maks me Reeee, i'm not afraid of death as much as i'm bothered by the fact that i won't be able to see the galaxy and other planets

anyone else feeling like me? how do we fix this?
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 No.534

you do live at a time where the internet's just been discovered. I know, not much compared to all the galactic adventures but I'm sure some people will be talking about how cool it was when the internet first came arround in the future(assuming we don't die from a mass extinction).
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 No.538

>>528
The modern Transhumanism is just another cult like so many before. They ignore hard physical boundaries (space exploration), unknown unknowns (consciousness, intelligence) with Ray Kurzweil on top, selling you vitamins so you can live long enough to see the singularity.

Don't get me wrong, technical progress is desirable and our cultural evolution shaped human beings from the beginning but so did mental viruses like religion.
Dont be Reeee over "nothing".
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 No.747

>>528
humanity will go extinct before they get to exploring other planets


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 No.448[Reply]

Post your python projects, ask help, anything related to python is welcome
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 No.696

>>687
this is exactly what i mean by /tech/ and /g/ being filled with meme hobbyists who don't know what the fuck they are talking about.
>In python you have to write a bunch of trivial, stupid tests that are rendered pointless by a good type system.
do you really think type errors are just abounding in apps? if they are in your app, you're just a bad programmer. I've literally never had a type error be the source of my problems after the first two years of a CS degree. How many actual, experienced industry devs are actually having type errors as their main source of concern? This is a problem for freshmen CS students, not professional devs who have actually had syntax and types drilled into their heads. Not saying it can't be a problem but in my experience 99% of problems come down to logic errors, performance, etc. Not simple syntax or type errors
>the only moderately fast dynamic-typed language is common lisp
Common lisp is indeed fast, pypy is 4 times faster than regular python, and Clojure is in the same ballpark as vanilla java since it's compiled to bytecode and runs on the JVM.
>There are languages that compile extremely quickly. This is not an advantage at all.
You have never seen an actual java enterprise codebase with a million+ lines of code. Go recompile that and say it's trivial I dare you. And before you say muh functional programming, the FP languages compilers are even slower (ex: scala) and the only reason you think they aren't is because you are writing toy programs with them and not enterprise level programs where you have dozens of programmers collaborating.
>Some compiled languages have this, and it's pointless anyway if you are writing unit tests.
ignorant. Units tests have literally fuck all to do with the REPL. go do some google research on this, before opening your mouth
>Rails is a framework, which Rust doesn't have yet. Compare how the teams would do with Rocket/Actix vs Django. Or fuck even Servant or Yesod.
NO ONE IS SAYING RUST OR HASKELL ARE BAD
But if you think something like Rust is even comparable to python you are just high. Rust is on the same level of abstraction/productivity as C++, rust ownership is comparable to C++ smart pointers. So yes, Post too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.702

>>696
>do you really think type errors are just abounding in apps? if they are in your app, you're just a bad programmer.
so basically, you have zero assurance that type errors, or worse, code that functions when being sent the incorrect data type, don't exist in your code. lmao

>How many actual, experienced industry devs are actually having type errors as their main source of concern? This is a problem for freshmen CS students, not professional devs

Plenty of veteran devs complain about it.

>logic errors, performance

Types are a form of logic, no types means you can't express that logic in a simple way. And we've discussed perf already.

>You have never seen an actual java enterprise codebase with a million+ lines of code

Go and C compile fast. Jai if it ever becomes relevant. It's a fact that there are languages that compile fast, that many of them don't is just another problem with the industry, same as your awful enterprise Java.

>NO ONE IS SAYING RUST OR HASKELL ARE BAD

>But if you think something like Rust is even comparable to python you are just high.
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 No.709

>>702
>You can define the API using types and automatic JSON serialization/deserialization.
>Any data sent to the endpoints that doesn't match the type is rejected. You get exactly what you expect.
you don't need rust for that, things like clojure already have type/shape validation using things like schema/spec in the REST api and automatic json serialization/deserialization to regular data structures using middleware.
>Go and C compile fast.
Never used go, but I can assure you C doesn't compile fast at scale
>Jai if it ever becomes relevant.
no idea what that is
>Plenty of veteran devs complain about it.
They're bad programmers tbh
>It is nowhere near as much a clusterfuck as C++.
and that's good, I sincerely hope it replaces C/C++ as the low level language of choice. I hope we have Rust game engines and shit in the future
>Its macros don't have a type system to work with.
S-expression macros are probably the most flexible of any, you can't out-macro a lisp
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 No.713

>>709
>Never used go, but I can assure you C doesn't compile fast at scale
I can compile the Linux kernel on my computer in a few minutes. If your C project has worse compile times than the Linux kernel, everyone responsible for it should be shot tbh.

>you don't need rust for that, things like clojure already have type/shape validation using things like schema/spec in the REST api and automatic json serialization/deserialization to regular data structures using middleware.

the point is Rust has those really nice abstractions, and they are much more idiomatic to the language than adding type specs to random parts of a non-typed language.
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 No.734

>>713
C++ and Rust are pretty slow for compiling code. It can be pretty annoying in C++ but you know what annoys me more? When a random error stops a running python program. I can't stand the white space rules or it's lack of types. The only thing python has is really awesome libraries.


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 No.625[Reply]

Intel (R) Celeron (R) CPU J3060 @ 1.60GHz 1.60 GHz

Those are my PC specs, obviously

I will search this by myself but I'm opening this thread for when I come back and see if you guys know if my computer is just useless for any sort of vidya, that's what I heard once, playing Java Minecraft is impossible and smaller games like Darkwood can only run at super low specs, and even then still with lag.
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 No.637

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A perfect time to get into roguelikes.
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 No.639

>>635
You can use this site to see what games you can run

https://www.pcgamebenchmark.com/
https://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri Scroll down until you see 'What games will it run'
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 No.645

>>639
Thank you so much, if I knew this site I wouldn't have even made this thread.
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 No.649

>>637

I'm going to shill for Dwarf Fortress because it's fun as fuck.
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 No.650

>>649
Honestly, Dorf requires a decent machine to run. Yes, it's basically ascii shit but it is very resource intensive ascii shit due to all of the incredible number of variables it has to run


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