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 No.4725[Reply]

porn and 4chan are banned in the shitty country I'm living in for the next six months. What weird things are banned in your country?
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 No.4747

>>4725
Cuban cigars are banned in burgerland
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 No.4748

>>4743
you can usually get what you want first search pretty reliably with decent google-fu, anon. in my experience.
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 No.4749

>>4748
>>4743
Also depending on country there are still lots that work. Have you tried https://magnetdl.eu/ ?
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 No.4750

>>4747
Really? Friend brought some over to the uk once, you ain't missing much
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 No.4751

>>4725
piracy sites and live streams of sporting events, can be bypassed with a simple dns switcharoo


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 No.4710[Reply]

Sup guys, looking to move my normie friend gaming group from the garbage that is discord to a mumble+matrix/riot (with some fileshare on top mb) hosted on a VPS. Does anyone have tips, insights, and good cheap VPS provider recommendations to give ?
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 No.4733

>>4724
any specific reason ? did you use it yourself ?
free bandwith (in reasonable limit) and 5€/month seem ok but standard
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 No.4734

>>4710
>>4733
so depend on your budget, location (EU/NA/MENA…)
i will recommend you online(scaleway) the price vary from 8 - 12 euro a month for a VPS but they have a quick and good support no limit in bandwidth + root access . Note : they are installation fees depend in the options you take

Or you can build your own and self host you can try getting a cheap Optiplex or those Lenovo Think center mini they are low power or even a raspberry pi
4 with active cooling, i have a raspberry pi that i use as a NAS+adblocker and other small automation service in my rack with my other network.
if your IPS give a static IP you can use a freedomain service.
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 No.4736

>>4734
europe and 5-10 bucks a month top as budget
I should be tech literate enough to install my shit myself if I have root access
I'd self host if my home connection wasnt so shit, but it would prolly be an awful experience for the others, although I do have a raspberry I use as a retro gaming platform, so I could mb give it a shot. Mumble might work, but I'm afraid it will fuck with my connection if we use it as a fileshare. And my ISP give dynamic IP, pretty sure I'd have to pay extra to get static.
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 No.4739

>>4736
for VOIP you don't need a high bandwidth just a stable one that will be enough for 20+ clients with a stable bitrate.
and yes ISP are shit

well as i said you can try scaleway this should be enough for mumble + file sharing
careful they got installation fees
https://www.scaleway.com/en/dedibox/start/start-2-s-sata/
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 No.4740

>>4739
also OVH is also a option


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 No.4723[Reply]

Fuck the "cloud".


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 No.4711[Reply]

Hmmm…
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 No.4722

lol


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 No.4693[Reply]

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 No.4696

>>4695
You don't remember how Microsoft fell in the 90s after being deemed "too big to fail"? They never got to that point again.
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 No.4698

>>4696
1) Microsoft is still bloated and is still on their campaign of eating up others.
2) Breaking up these bloated monstrosities from time to time is done to extend the lifespan of the system. "Too big to fail" means catastrophe when they do fail, it threatens to bring down the whole system with it. It's not a coincidence that idealistic neoliberals like Elizabeth Warren and Margrethe Vestager (Competition Commissioner of EU) are the faces of regulatory measures.
3) The dream of small entrepreuners is a libertarian fantasy. Not even their heroes believe in it. If you talk to start-ups they almost always say their ultimate goal is being bought by FAANG.
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 No.4699

>>4698
>Microsoft is still bloated
Irrelevant.

>and is still on their campaign of eating up others.

With not much success, if any.

I'm not sure what point #3 has to do with anything I've said.
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 No.4701

>>4699
>Irrelevant.
They have the biggest OS share and have long been creeping into other markets under other brands.
>With not much success, if any.
Github comes to mind. There are other not so small fish.

But all that is not really important, because even if Microsoft "fell" and is now irrelevant, it was replaced by FAANG. The principle has stayed the same. If anything, big tech has only become bigger.

>I'm not sure what point #3 has to do with anything I've said.

The 3rd point is concerning the fact we will not go back to small tech and big tech is here to stay.

And what is your response to the 2nd point?
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 No.4702

>>4701
>They have the biggest OS share
That's Android (Google).

>Github comes to mind.

I'll give you that. It's a good thing alternatives came up after the sell.

>And what is your response to the 2nd point?

I don't disagree with it, that's why I didn't mention it.


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 No.4647[Reply]

UPDAAAAAAAAAATEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
I MUST UPDATE MY APPS
I MUST RELEASE NEW UPDATES
NEW UPDATES MEAN MORE USERS
NEW UPDATES MEAN STABILITY
I DEVELOP UPDATES 8 HOURS A DAY AT WORK
I COME HOME AND UPDATE FOR 5 MORE HOURS
I JUST WANT TO UPDAAATEEEEEEEEEEE OPEN YOUR GOOGLE PLAY I'M ALREADY UPDATINGGGGGGGGGGGGGG
UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE
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 No.4658

>>4656
I mean you can install Void and update the packages once a year or whenever you want. It's better than installing fucking Debian Stable where literally everything is outdated and meant for server use, plus makes you deal with Poetteringware.
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 No.4674

>>4658
If you don't update, it's going to be outdated, yes. I don't think that's OP's concern lol. The point of Debian Stable is that it's meant to be outdated, meaning the frozen packages are thoroughly tested to ensure their long-term quality, and updates are provided only when strictly necessary, which is very rarely.
An arbitrary user-side freeze of a rolling-release is the complete opposite of that.
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 No.4675

>>4674
Debian Stable is outdated out of the box.
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 No.4676

>>4674
Youre recommending a distro MEANT FOR SERVER USE. Like the other anon says its going to be severely lacking and you shouldnt use it unless you're on hardware from the early 2000s or youre a tech illiterate boomer who only uses the web browser and absolutely nothing else

Whatever OPs complaining about strikes me more as something you see more often on corporate or open source normie software rather than niche libre autism
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 No.4694

>>4675
Did I stutter?

>>4676
>Youre recommending a distro MEANT FOR SERVER USE.
Meant by whom? Not by Debian project, nor by people who use it on their personal computers. I don't think even red text will help you here.


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 No.4622[Reply]

I am amazed that more people are not talking about Section 230 here.

What is section 230?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Section_230

>At its core, Section 230(c)(1) provides immunity from liability for providers and users of an "interactive computer service" who publish information provided by third-party users:

>No provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider.
>The statute in Section 230(c)(2) further provides "Good Samaritan" protection from civil liability for operators of interactive computer services in the removal or moderation of third-party material they deem obscene or offensive, even of constitutionally protected speech, as long as it is done in good faith.

There has been a consorted effort by the united states government to destroy section 230 in the last 4 years. Destroying section 230 would turn the internet into the hellscape everyone claimed it would become (and to a part has) with the destruction of net neutrality.
This thread will be, from hence forth, for discussion of section 230 and happenings surrounding it.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/section-230-why-trump-s-covid-misinfo-puts-facebook-and-twitter-in-a-bind/ar-BB19Lzs2

Both Trump and Biden want to repeal 230, fyi.
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 No.4664

>>4663
>Missing the point to be a pedantic faggot.

Do you have anything productive to say or are you going to continue to glow in the dark?
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 No.4665

>>4664
You're the one missing the point, I'm only calling you out for talking like a faggot. :)
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 No.4668

>>4629
>We need decentralized anonymous forums like NNTPchan.
Technical solutions are good and necessary but we also need to find a way to deal with the new inquisition(s) that if forming. They are not going manage to close off the internet no matter what they do, it is impossible to stop people from building new information transmission systems from scratch if need be. The General intellect can not be privatized. But we could fall into a info dark age for decades until new resilient information channels can re-assert them self in a way that society at large can access them. We need to self criticize. The open internet is being threatened not only because of capitalism, but also the failure to make good information dominant. The signal to noise ratio is really bad. The internet is a unreliable information source even for researching technical subjects where truth and falsehoods are unambiguous. Figuring out how to deal with the ideological sabotage of capitalism via intentional disinformation flooding, is on another level entirely. Every faction of capital or special interest is funding (dis)information production that distorts frameworks for referencing information, which is far more destructive than mere factual lies.
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 No.4670

>>4665
G L O W I N G I N T H E D A R K A G A I N
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 No.4671

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>>4670
>d-don't say I talk like a retard or you're a glowie nigger ;_;
Thanks for contributing to terms becoming meaningless, faggot.


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 No.4617[Reply]

AMD Zen 3 Launch
Who else here more interested in this than burgerstahn electoral politics?
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 No.4650

>>4648
Reminder that Marx encouraged consumerism and was only against capitalism putting a brake on letting people fulfill their desires.
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 No.4651

>>4650
Marx died before consumerism existed.
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 No.4652

>>4624
>Gen 2 Ryzen kicks Gen 1 Ryzen's ass. Is yours AF? If not, consider getting a cheap used one. You'll get better performance for less energy use.
1600AF is only like 5-10% faster at best and has the same TDP as 1600.
cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/AMD-Ryzen-5-1600AF-vs-AMD-Ryzen-5-1600/m563877vs3919
cpu-monkey.com/en/compare_cpu-amd_ryzen_5_1600-758-vs-amd_ryzen_5_1600_af-1157
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 No.4655

>>4652
Nevermind then.

Also I'd use cpubenchmark.net next time, the owner of the website you posted has a bias against AMD he doesn't even bother hiding so I'm not sure how reliable their results are.
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 No.4657

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You just lost it too.


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 No.4539[Reply]

https://www.theverge.com/2020/9/29/21493094/amazon-one-palm-recognition-hand-payments-amazon-go-store

Why even bother with chips under your skin when your eye, palm or face are more than enough?
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 No.4587

>>4572
>>4558
doesnt matter, kill cops, riot in prison, sabotage the grid, their tech will be useless unless you let it rule you
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 No.4589

Biometrics are not practical, if somebody steals a keycard, you replace the keycard, if somebody steals your palm-print, you can't chop off your hand and grow a new one with a different palm print. Does capitalism have a anti-tool bias ? Fast-food does away with cutlery, smartphones do away with input devices like pens or keyboards, bio-metrics do away with keys. Is it really so bad if you need a helper tool for using an object ? I get doing away with hazardous cans that need a can-opener, but keys ?
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 No.4591

Applying for a job or even working requires smartphones frequently, so it is basically required.
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 No.4659

Why bother with eye, palm or face when your walking posture is enough?
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 No.4660

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>>4659
Fuck you just had to remind me we can even be tracked by the way we walk.

Surveilance got incredibly scary and it's only 2020.


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 No.4553[Reply]

Is there any way to play Steam games without installing Steam itself?
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 No.4610

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 No.4611

>>4595
>>4608
>>4610
Why do people use this cancer over actual Wine?
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 No.4612

>>4611
cause shpeed
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 No.4628

>>4611
…Because it works better? Valve took Wine and patched it.

I don't know what answer you expected.
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 No.4634

>>4595
use lutris.
>>4611
they have some valve applied patch but they also present in wine.
base proton take a shitload time to update, custom proton like egg roll add wine patchs and fix to proton.
there also some game that don't run in proton but does in wine.


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