why do you still have a facebook account anon?
>>72408835I don't fag
>>72408835Because a lot of my friends overseas are poor and facebook is free to use for them so free messenger without a data plan is a good way to keep in touch
>Wikihttps://www.emacswiki.org/>Manualhttps://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/emacs.html>TutorialsC-h t (Interactive Tutorial)https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/tour/http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Emacs-Beginner-HOWTO-1.htmlhttp://ergoemacs.org/emacs/emacs.htmlhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLX2044Ew-UVVv31a0-Qn3dA6Sd_-NyA1n(general introduction)https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVtKhBrRV_ZkPnBtt_TD1Cs9PJlU0IIdE(org-mode)>Self DocumentationC-h k (Keybinds)C-h f (Functions)C-h v (Variables)Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>72406109how often do you change packages..
>>72406347Imagine using outdated packages.
I don't like this UI (icons and font), how can I pimp it to be sleek?
>>72408559You get rid of the toolbars, add your favorite theme and font, and voila.If you want to rice it further you can install doom mode line and the all-the-icons package.Or you could take a look at Centaur Emacs, which does look pretty slick.
I wanna go back ;_;
>>72404035Me too. No normies, niggers and women on social media fucking it all up.
>>72407680>>72407520>>72407935>callNo, that won't do it, please visit them in person.Communication is much less pleasant over the phone from my experience.
>>72404786>People don't realize how slow those machines really were.Subjective speed of computers vastly improved only lately with SSDs and more accent on boot times etc... But Windows 98 on Pentium II and Windows Vista or 7 on a modern computer (without SSD) run basically equally fast.
>>72407498>>72407882>>72407902Thanks for adding to the depression lads. Fucking hell.
It’s not a good software license.It’s restricted, written by an actual jew who push drugs.Stop your shit /g/. Young programmers needs money.
how do you copy right or copyleft code anyways?lets say i make a codeprint "hello world"okay now i change itprint "hello world!"i added an exclamation pointbam now the copyright is invalidated
If you have a problem with the GPL, you are part of the very problem it intends to solve. It seems to be doing a good job.
>>72406591>The fact that you have to reveal your source code before sharing. That's not freedom, that's oppression.That simply prevents you from making money off of redistribution. You want the benefit of the code thousands of people who have dedicated time/effort to crafting, but you want to throw out the ethos they created it all under, for your OWN benefit. Who's being tyrannical?
>>72406237Oh it's this this thread again
>>72406253He is not Gnu
https://github.com/HelloZeroNet/ZeroNet>Why?We believe in open, free, and uncensored network and communication.No single point of failure: Site remains online so long as at least 1 peer is serving it.No hosting costs: Sites are served by visitors.Impossible to shut down: It's nowhere because it's everywhere.Fast and works offline: You can access the site even if Internet is unavailable.>FeaturesReal-time updated sitesNamecoin .bit domains supportEasy to setup: unpack & runComment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>72406143>>72406167And yet you won't be getting multiple ZeroID's.
>>72407794>everybody who isn't a commie is a NaziGonna give Bernie your betabux again?
gave it a shot, poked around a few sitesmostly saw just /pol/ shit and literal spam>>72403538Haven't seen any, but I didn't look for it (naturally).
>>72408308I mean, if feds take your ass to court, you can end up having to mount a legal defense that will bankrupt you. Even with the EFF backing you.
>>72408500>the government can exert its force against the slaves with impunitywe know, we know
I got the kali linux and read a bit about the wifi hacking stuff on kalitutorials. What are some other places that have good beginner guides for kali. help me I want to learn the hacking.
>>72407404>http://www.catb.org/esr/faqs/hacker-howto.htmlseriously, just read this.
>>72408229i hope this is some elaborate trolling
>>72408659For the most part, yea
>>72407404KILL YOURSELF NEWFAG!!!
>>72408493>Liked-Sent via, my Apple™ Watch 2To reply to this message, IMessage for Apple™ Watch 2 is only a low flat rate of €29.99 monthly, plus applicable fees and taxes
How is 4chan hosted?
>>72406408Mac mini still makes for a good server though. I use one for that very purpose. I was given a couple of 2009 minis back in 2013, kept one for myself and installed debian on it, then installed Ubuntu on the other, with kodi set up to access my Plex server and hooked it up at my mom's. She dropped cable TV because I showed her how to search a private tracker on her phone, grab the torrent, and use a transmission remote client to add it to my seedbox. A few seconds later she gets the notification that it's done downloading, she turns on the TV, then uses the mac mini to access whatever she just downloaded to my seedbox and it streams from my Plex server to her Mac mini. One quick search and 4 clicks and she can watch what she wants when she wants.
>>72406588what is your mom doing with your seedbox?
I'm starting a new movement. I call myself a 90s Amishman because I am restricting myself to only technology which was produced in the 20th century or earlier.Who wants to join my group and build a community?
Start by leaving imageboards.
Protip: you can't
>>72408537Or just use Java for everything
>>72406690Awww here it goes
>>72408537good taste, but I don't see any reason not to use Rust for a kernel -- you can interface with C libraries easily and having any necessary unsafe code explicitly marked with an unsafe block would make debugging and maintenance a lot easier
>>72406355> language design is syntaxThis is the sure sign of a noob
>>72404523Yea but umm... Java
looking for a font tha will look nice on my arch rice with i3:must support monospacemust have distinguishble characters for O and 0 and 1 and l and l and Imust look nice at small sizesplease, i need guidance
>>72408301hack, ibm plex, comic sans mono
>>72408301>my archWhy do archfags have to do this. Its like a compulsion
ConsolasStop being autistic and have sex.
> highest effiency 98% on good days> Alminum made from coal powered industry> Chad wind gives /g/ electricityNo thread currently about real power, make a diffrence.
>>72406682>But it's still extremely expensive to build and maintain those reactorsSo what? The energy they provide is cheap.
>>72407611He does though. Wind benefits from scaling up. There's almost never any point in building them any smaller than hundreds of kW, and no point in building them anywhere except an area that gets strong consistent wind. Solar also benefits from scale, but even deploying 5kW on an average roof will pay off big over the life of a home. The panels actually protect your roof, provide thermal decoupling which keeps your home cooler, will generate most of the nameplate for a period of every sunny day and only costs $15k. Even on cloudy days you'll likely get 30-50% output.5kW of wind requires a tower. The total project cost will run into $40k+ territory. It WILL be noisy, when generating, your insurance company and potential homebuyers will be terrified by it, and it will only generate its rated output with 8-10 m/s (15-20 mph) consistent winds (gusty and constantly changing wind is worthless because of blade mass). Anything less than 4 m/s (8mph) and it will generate NOTHING.
>>72404765Small wind turbines are literally the worst.They're loud as fuck and spin stupid fast to generate anything worthwhile.>>72404785Surprise! They are.It's just like fans. The smaller the faster they need to go, the more noise they make.That's why wind farms employ stupid huge turbines, not piddly little things.Small turbines are practically useless and on moderately windy days they get stupid loud.Just put a solar panel there instead.
>>72404056Every single method to generate power is a virgin cuckold except the chad nuclear.
>>72404730It did happen, but 6 gorillion is a fucking lie.
Is there a way to connect older Android phones altogether and use their processing power as a single virtual linux server?I got a bunch of them laying around, just wondering if I could use them for something...Pic unrelated
running for more than 3 hours now with a 4000mAh battery. Bluetooth is disabled, wlan on. ssh and Apache with MySQL.
>>72407870It would be a lot simplier if you just bought a fucking USB power meter so you could watch the power draw.Without any devices connected and not under load it should be around 500mA. Which would give you about 8 hours on that battery pack.The 2/3A power requirement is so it can handle full load, HDMI and USB devices plugged in. If it's naked then it won't go much past 1A under load.
>>72407904I'm a poorfag. I did order some 7 inch touch screen from China and I found this old battery lying around. I had a pretty pathetic Power bank that I'm using with this new battery. I'm trying to see if it's feasible to make a tablet out of this.
>>72407904when I plug an external monitor the lighting bolt shows up. why is that?I check the vcgecmd get_throttled and it gives me 0x50005 (read on forum that's is bad)
>>72408021Probably your power bank can only supply around 1A so if you're plugging other shit into it you're getting to the power draw limit.
>>72408414I'll look into it, thanks
>open up the editor to start working>8 hours later still browsing the internet
Anon, adopt the pomodoro technique. It's really easy to use, and it's helped me out enormously! Step one, grab a timer. if you don't have one, you can use a website like tomato-timer.com and set the time to 25 minutes. When you are ready, press start and FOCUS on the task at hand. The idea is that you use this time to work only, no multitasking. I recommend having vim open so you can jot down any random thoughts you have that you need to take care of.When your 25 minutes is done, take a 5 minute break. Use this time to cool down. When I started doing this, time felt a lot faster, and when I saw the seconds click by, time sped up. It's a surreal experience if you're not time oriented. After 4 "pomo's, which means a 25 minute session, take a longer break of 15 minutes.I recommend recording how much you do every day. Try to challenge yourself and see how many you can do in a day. This short and simple practice has helped me so much. Its made me realize that time is flowing too quickly. Please, even if you try just one pomo, give it a chance. If you use i3 and polybar, there's a really nice python script you can find that implements the timer into your toolbar. If you're not using that setup, I bet there are a lot of other tools you can use. It's annoying to use the web browser, but it's a nice place to start, especially since there is no commitment.
>>72408097>FOCUS on the task at handbut that us the exact problem. I've been setting up college shit today and even when I have nothing else open and phone put away I just zone out. Frankly I don't see any value in college at the moment anyway but even if I did I couldn't "just focus bro"
>>72408604You can focus, if you couldn't then you couldn't even finish writing your post. Focus for 25 minutes, I'm sure you can do it for at least that much. If your attention span is really that messed up, try 10 minutes of focusing and maybe 2 minute break time... But I really wouldn't recommend deviating from the normal pomodoro schedule.Just focus...
That feeling when crossdressing makes you worse at programming
>>72408322observe a real programmer in action:if (strcmp(op, "Faggot")) die("Unhandled exception");print("dhrjekakx");
if (strcmp(op, "Faggot")) die("Unhandled exception");print("dhrjekakx");
>>72404121Becoming an authentic woman I see.
>>72405791>but its never too late to regret
>>72408533strcmp returns 0 on equality
>>72408629i know, because of this fact that the code is equivalent