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Seriously this looks like a literal phone of the future. The design is unlike anything we've ever seen and you can definitely still see it being cool 5 years from now.

>inb4 b-but 60hz...
Fuck off with that weak shit argument.
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>>72406139
>> Cramming in useless features that only 5% of people will use, needlessly jacking up the price for the other 95% of people is good
That is exactly what YOU are trying to push you retarded zoomer. Majority of people need a headphone jack.
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>>72401851
>No headphone jack
Cringe
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>>72401851
>Curved edges
Ouch

>Rounded corners
Yikes

>Hole punch
Haha no
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>>72401900
zoomers make fun of me when I complain about how shitty on-screen keyboards are but they are the worst thing to happen to typing
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Do people analyze what the manufacturers used the space usually reserved for headphone jack?
Some phones with it are waterproof, cant they just reuse that solution over and over?

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There was a thread earlier about TUI applications, and in that thread an interesting point was brought up. In their current form on modern operating systems, we access our CLIs through the emulation of old terminals. I think even Windows does this with CMD, although I’m not sure what it emulates (a CRT with DOS?) no clue on powershell.
But does it really have to be that way? What if we were to design a CLI that had no legacy ties whatsoever? As in, it does not emulate anything and is a strictly new implementation of a command-line interface program for whatever operating system. What would that look like? In theory it could be done, but what would we lose? What would we gain?

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MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

BEEEEEEEEP

BEEEEEEEEP

BEEEEEEEEP
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>>72409269
It's actually more efficient since you have one fewer steps (initial door opening) when cooking food. If you can't live with having your door open when it's not in use don't use a microwave
>>72409293
if you use anything besides the highest power setting you're using the microwave for the wrong purpose
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>>72408168
go away /o/
>>72408090
go away /lgbt/
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>>72405030
the thing youre thinking of is a toaster oven
fundamentally different from a microwave
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>>72409318
My microwave is in a shit spot, so the door would get in my way, moving it to a corner would solve it l, you're actually right, even about the power settings, if not on max, why use it at all?
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>>72409412
I'm glad you're starting to see the light
The microwave's purpose is to quickly heat food.
If you need to defrost something or soften your butter take it out of the freezer/fridge in the morning. if you need to cook or bake some food or pastry or something you put it in the oven. if you need to have a bag of popcorn, a hotpocket or need to reheat cold chinese takeout you use the microwave at the highest setting

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I have for a couple of years now been pretty interested in cyber security (as a total amateur)

And I look into it and play a bit with it once in a while.

It’s been some time since I was looking into it last time.

I remember something about it being a really good idea to use some Plugins for my TorBrowser, like “scriptstop” (I think it was called?)

But when I’m looking it up now I can’t find anything about that, and in general the best information I can find seems to be 3-4 year old sites or youtube videos.

If I really want to look into it properly this time where would you guys recommend that I start?
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>>72409197
>>72409259
From what I understand, the general way the internet is setup and designed, is not really compatible with encryption, and yet somehow it works
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>>72409259
>Interesting, do you know why?
Don't entiely know. But using a VPN certainly wont make it harder to track you. I guess it would make a correlation attack a lot easier.
>how would I share some data with the world
Connect to a website or hidden service and upload the documents. Some news orgs have secure drops on tor just for that purpose. New York times has one I think.
>>72409277
>the general way the internet is setup and designed, is not really compatible with encryption
Not sure where you heard that but that's not true. Sure things could be better. There is too much trust put into specific services of the web. Specifically certificate authorities and DNS. Tor doesn't use those but it does have a master list of tor nodes (they try to kick ones that are trying to deanonymize users)
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>>72409006
tor is for fucking weirdos, whatever you're up to i suggest you cut it the fuck out
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>>72409373
>>72409395
>Connect to a website or hidden service and upload the documents. Some news orgs have secure drops on tor just for that purpose.
Would it really be safe just to go to NYT website through tor and upload some files if I was potentially being spied on by the North Korean or Iranian gov/ secret service?
>tor is for fucking weirdos, whatever you're up to i suggest you cut it the fuck out
or is for fucking weirdos, whatever you're up to i suggest you cut it the fuck out
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>>72409395
>>72409507
ups
>tor is for fucking weirdos, whatever you're up to i suggest you cut it the fuck out

Well yeah, I know, most of the time at least, but I have already seen my fair share of nasty shit when I was going through my 15 year old “I’m totally a hacker browsing 4chan and being a part of anonymous!” phase.
And as fucked up as gore and cp can be, somehow, I still think it’s a price worth paying for “real” free speech

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Headphones general - Fuck poorfags edition

post requests in this format if you want useful recommendations
>budget
>location
>open/closed
>past headphones
>sound preferences
>intended use
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>>72408891
Oh, well nevermind then
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Anyways, is there a case for a Moto g7 play that doesn't block the aux of a mdr-7506
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>>72408643
>owns 3 headphones
>snapheiser 600
>talks about memes
lol
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>>72408499
>300$
>us
>closed
>senn momentums and some chink iems
>mostly at home, some gaming if im in chat, but also out walking.
>i listen to literally every type of music at random so something well rounded.
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>>72409425
who are you quoting?

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Why do you even keep returning to this board? There's nothing of value here.
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I've been here for only 2 weeks and I'm kind of tired of the repetition. Intel vs amd, what browser to use, comfy arch desktops, 5g cancerous, apple btfo, chinese brands botnets, rust is a tranny language, etc. I like the generals though but I'm gonna start to look elsewhere, once a community starts to become predictable it's time to leave.
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>>72409383
Certainly ironic but i do feel compelled to respond to the point on anonymity. Lots of social science research has been since on it and anonymity has it's upsides and downsides. In other words, it brings out the best and the worst in all of us.
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>>72409409
The anonymity and easy access to posting ruin it. It’s an interesting idea because you can just post and get replies but you can do that anywhere with a bit more effort with the benefit of at least getting a higher chance of quality responses. Nothing of value here. It only caters to people who are tools. People don’t act like this in real life because they’ll quickly realize after being outcast how stupid they are but because it’s anonymous here is suddenly okay to be an idiot? I don’t get the disconnect.
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>>72409445
Facebook is still at the top but a huge margin. I don’t think most people agree. The issue is the bad outweighs the good. I mean look at the inane response I got to my reply. No reason to post that but the snowflake felt personally offended and instead of posting a genuine response he just acts like an egg. Kind of validates my point.

It’s an interesting concept but years of this site have shown it’s negative aspects far outweigh the positives, which I have yet to see.
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>>72409409
Just don't visit those threads. Stick to generals or the kind of threads you like. Learn more about tech and post serious facts in the shitposting threads. I've changed a lot of minds that way.

Just because shit threads might be common doesn't mean it's all the content. 4chan's boards are different then other places. Since all that is needed for a thread to get pushed to the top is for someone to post, content circulates differently.

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why can't you open .exe files on linux?
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>>72409282
You can, provided you have a loader for it. On Linux ELF is used instead of PE. You'd be missing any of the libraries it links to though, and if it makes any syscalls they'd be incompatible with those implemented by the Linux kernel so you'd have to translate them. After you're done doing all this you'll realize you pretty much recreated wine.
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>>72409282
You can sometimes. Do you have Mono or .NET Core runtimes installed?

A lot of modern programs will work if you have these installed. Of course, some will not work with merely these runtimes because they are dependent upon something that is exclusive to Windows.

You can also install Wine to provide a compatibility layer that causes many more programs to work.
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>>72409282
you can
with wine
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>>72409297
Libraries.
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>>72409282
WINE Is Not an Emulator

Yall have any good resources for learning assembly? My teacher can't teach, and the textbook is $200. I'm going to fall behind real quick if I can't find something.
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>>72407395
http://forums.nesdev.com/
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>>72406413
Don't listen to the majority of these fools

All who know not of the sacred library are shunned.

https://g.sicp.me/books/
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Gotta tell us what architecture, x86?
http://lms.uop.edu.jo/lms/pluginfile.php/2420/mod_resource/content/1/assembly_language_for_x86_processors.pdf
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>>72406413
Assembly is easy. Look up any reference and just fucking code. Don't think your teacher will note or understand how inefficient or dumb your code is if it works.
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>>72406435
>>72406840
>>72406824
>>72408066
>>72407784
>>72407482
>>72407021

Thanks for the leads, everyone. I really appreciate it :)

tfw 5820k and and and poor fags are catching up
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Ok this was a drunk post but it’s backfired cos I left the oven on.

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Do I write it as Linux or GNU/Linux in my CV?
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>>72404320
What if I don't remember the pasta word for word? Should I start memorizing it? Practice in front of the mirror?
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>>72407738
Based Dubu posters.
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>>72409253
kpop imageboard if u guys want to join
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It doesn't matter what you write because the job you want will either be filled with a higher up's trendy hipster nephew who wants to break into the industry or given to pajeet who will do a quick and shitty, yet serviceable job for pennies on the dollar
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>>72403465
>Do I write it as NT or Windows/NT
>Do I write it as Darwin or Mac/Darwin
Just GNU is fine...

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Is void still the /g/ recommended distribution? I'm formatting and reinstalling and used opensuse till now, don't know if I should change.
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>>72406343
it's really minimal compared to openSuse, so you will have to read (and hopefully learn) some stuff if its your first minimal install but other than that its a pretty solid choice imo
pic related

..and you will have to troubleshoot using wikis from other distros because the community isn't that big thou
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>>72406343
tip: read the forum before update.
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Void is an infinitely better distro than Arch, certainly.
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musl or glibc?
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>>72409444
qt-webengine and other things don't work on musl

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How many times did you delete your root folder before throwing linux in the trash? For me today was the last straw
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>>72409005
my laptop has a read-only restore disk. do i have to open it up and rip that out to install /g/-approved linux?
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>>72409005
I actually broke the connector pins on my windows SSD and I'm 100% windoze free now
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There's literally no way you can "accidentally" delete the root directory.
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>running things as root
>running things as root with -y
>>72408999
what baffles me is you've done this multiple times. One would think that after the first time you deleted your entire system because you're a retard you'd learn from your mistake. Surely losing all your data and reinstalling your OS is more tiring than typing the letter y/n ...?
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>>72408943
... Never?
What the hell is wrong with you.

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How do I hack or get access to a Discord account? Time is running out.

>inb discord zoomer
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>>72408687
>How do you hack a facebook account? Time is running out.
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>>72408687
Kill yourself newfag :) ~Desu
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>>72408687
we're not going to help you hack your furry rp gf newfag BYE BYE
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Install gentoo.
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>>72408687
spear fishing
spoofing
evil twin attack

fucking die

What is your browser?
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Trying brave right now, I like it so far except... How do I get rid of the fucking top sites for good?
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>>72409002
Puffin browser.
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What the doge browser? Really interested?
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went from chrome to the new edge
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Firefox pc
Yuzu browser android

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Previous thread:
>>72384751

>Read
>>51971506
(Yes the wiki is down, it usually comes back in a few days)

>GNU/Linux questions?
>>>/g/fglt

>PC building?
>>>/g/pcbg

>Programming questions?
>>>/g/dpt

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Noob Python question:
I want to save a list to a file so I can open it and use again later with the same py file. Since lists cannot be written to a file, I converted the list to a string and wrote it. So the file looks like "['a', 'b', 'c']". How can I read this file's contents as a list? If I try to do a simple file.read() it gives me the string, but if I convert that to a list using list(string), it looks like "'[','\'',','" et cetera because it is creating a list using every character in the string including the brackets and commas. Is there a simple way to do this? I feel like I must be overlooking something obvious.
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>>72409152
While I am familiar with their work, I'm just surprised their methods aren't used everywhere. How good of a PC do you need just to fix up images and videos they normally work with.?
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>>72409401
why not write the elements to the file line by line?
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>>72409431
There it is, I KNEW I was missing something super obvious. Thanks man.
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>>72402040
Is HDMI 2.0 or DisplayPort better for 144hz? I want audio to be played through my monitor.


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