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*hits bong*DUDE soft-real time software
>>68892491Somebody didn't hit the bong
>>68892973you have to be 18 years or older to post here
>>68893023No fun allowed whatsoever.
Erlang's great for what it's great at and kind of pointless for anything else. Welcome to reality where you have specialized tools for specialized jobs.
In /csg/, we discuss the cheap shit you see on AliExpress, Banggood, eBay, Gearbest, Taobao and similar sites.>Chink Shit Randomiserhttp://chinkshit.xyz/random/>Chink Shit Wikihttps://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Chink_shit_general>Chink Shit Infographic http://chinkshit.xyz/infographic.pdf>News• Anon asks the important questions >>68858551• Xiaomi copies the Mac Pro >>68858612• Anon finds a cheap chink SSD >>68860404 is too good to be true >>68860585Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Shit's arrived, something I've wanted for a while, and I even used it today in a workshopPurely (xiamoi funded) facemask!The box is nice, came in high quality shrinkwrap, and the box itself was easily on par with what you'd get from buying a decent phone (Note 4x), if not better
>>68894743moj retardirani način da kažem "slažem se"
>>68894764Box slides out, oh god look how fucking Australian my arm is
>>68894764You're not planning on wearing that in public, right?
>>68894778Kinda how it sits, this was after a couple hours use. Came in a nice plastic baggy.You can kinda see the hooks here, this shit doesn't pull on your ears, it stretches around the back of your head and hooks onto the other side, it was extremely comfy
Is sysadmin comfy bros?I don't wanna be a code monkey after I finish my CS degree. I just want a comfy stable decent job
I'm starting Junior Sysadmin position in January, moving from webdev which I can't stand anymore after a couple of years.I do realize though that sysadmin isn't a position that allows for a lot of growth, sure in 2 to 4 years I can learn a few skills and reach "Senior" level, but that's it, you reached the ceiling, it will never allow you to grow in the same way a good programmer could (no, webdev doesn't count).I plan to do it for a few years meanwhile I study Industrial Electronics which is what I actually like.
>>68894643I hope you don't think that image proves my post wrong
is sysadmin a thing that a college dropout could do who uh failed data structures
>>68893651>>(((Linux Foundation)))>>Our Classes>>Our Courses>>Our CertificationsFucking corporatists
Will (when implemented) 5G shorten our lifespan of about 10-20 years?How much better is it over 2G and 4G internet connection? I hear it's only miliseconds faster so why waste taxpayer money on infrastruktre and the likelyhood of increasing cancer patients.Is this really "their" plan?
>>68894594>no scientific or business reason for 5GWhy are you even on /g/, senpai?
>>68893700>I don’t understand why clickbait sites try to scare the shit out of you with unfounded claims about soon-to-be-released technology
The weird thing is that 5g is banned in Israel and in some majority Jewish neighborhoods in the US.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ReYUJXHqESkBased AdoredTV shutting down all the Intel Aviv shills. This is their end
>>68894655I'll ask you kindly to DELIT THIS, SIR
>>68894655Fuck off amd shill
>>68894748SHUT IT DOWN>SHUT IT DOWNSHUT IT DOWN>SHUT IT DOWNSHUT IT DOWN>SHUT IT DOWNSHUT IT DOWN>SHUT IT DOWN
>>68894655Based fake news
Firefox 64 release. Why haven't you upgraded /g/?https://archive.fo/psJLe
The thing that's been holding me from updating firefox is the fact that past FF version 58 I can't use local html file as my new tab. Is there a workaround for this? I tried extension and stuff but all of them said that I cannot use local file as new tab.
>>68894649>ESR52It works just fine and I have it customized to be asthetically pleasing, thing that is impossible with Neofirefox or Chrome that look like literal normie garbage.>obscure onions extensions that are now unsupported>using the onions memego back to >>>/pol/>Chrome for bankingJust using an up to date browser not made by some random people, Google may be a botnet but they are not interested in stealing my bank account information>compulsive reddit spacingNot an argument.>>68894637I figured as much.
>>68894685Wow is much better than firefox Spyware level medium vs Firefox spyware level HIGHhttps://spyware.neocities.org/articles/firefox.htmlkeep sucking mozilla cock
>>68894754Nothing bad using chromium for banking chrome and its derivatives may be less private but sill much more secure than firefox.
>great performance>saves the user money to buy other things like a better Mobo>only getting better with every generation>leveling the CPU marketDid you get a Ryzen CPU, APU, or laptop?Tell us how it went!Remember, Intelshills hate competition and want you and themselves to be slaves to a monopoly!
>>68894625then give it fast memory, homo
>>68894735>If It ever starts to slow downDo you use it for gaming? If not I doubt it'll feel slow anytime soon, I have an FX-6300 for daily computing purposes and it still does just fine.
>>68894705We are fine. Even when Zen 2 comes out it will take years for the industry to catch up to our performance. There are people out there still running quite happy with their Dual core Pentiums.
>>68894739Say that to AMD - they need to give it on-die memory. Even the fastest DDR4 is too slow for a GPU, especially when shared with the CPU. Even DDR5 will be too slow whenever it comes out.
>>68894737>>68894765Neat, I was generally wondering. I want to re-live the Athlon XP days.
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>>68894562What about the source code itself that is/was licensed under gpl going from open source to proprietary?
>>68894630irrelevent. If you are simply shipping the gpl code as a standalone to your proporitary code, its still gpl'd and gpl excplictly staets this si allowed
>>68894668But it would be a problem if the gpl code is integrated with the proprietary code right?I guess the whole issue people had was the fact they switched from open source to proprietary
>>68894717Assuming you hold the copyright to the entirety of the code, you're free to relicence it however you want.But if you had external contributors who didn't explicitly give their copyright to you, then you're breaking THEIR copyright by relicensing it. It's taking mpv a shitload of effort to relicense their code from GPL to LGPL (for libmpv), and I don't even know if they're done yet.
>>68894756This is the dangers of using gpl and why you chould avoid it, even more the most small personal projects.Do not use gpl!
>linux allows you to change the root password without knowing itnice security freetards
>>68894313It really isn't. Without the GNU utilities, Linux would be nothing more than an empty shell.
>>68894294wierd flex, but ok
Are you trying to protect the OS, or your data? If it's the data, just encrypt it, no OS can secure unencrypted data (just take the disc out lmao) and knowing the root password won't help accessing encrypted data at all.If you're trying to protect the OS then just realise that someone with physical access can just fucking reinstall it to get rid of your root password (if the system partition is unencrypted, but if it is, then you don't get the issue from the OP).
>>68894291That's only true for parts of it, other parts are proprietary blobs - that makes Linux as a whole non-free.
>>68894552Blobs are not a part of the kernel, they are loaded dynamically.
Old thread: >>68881296What are you working on, /g/?
>Work on programming shit really late>Decide it's time to go to bed>Takes like an hour to fall asleep because I'm busy thinking about my program and what I want to do with itDoes this happen to anyone else?Good thing I don't have to wake up early for anything in particular.
>>68894582actually my name is josh but I know that us koders like to replace letters with similar sounding/looking combinations of letters and numbers like "phreak" and "h4x0r"I'm just trying to immerse myself in kode kulture
>>68894601That's what being passionate is. I think about my programs before bed, during commutes, on the loo, in the shower, during a good fap.
Redesigning C++ without the C.Pic related.
Do you believe the Singularity will happen /g/? I do.
>>68894593It's just a matter of putting enough research into it so we can understand it eventually. If there's something you can't model, it just means our understanding of physics and biochemistry isn't advanced enough and we need to head in that direction first.
>>68894662That's an unproven assumption
>>68894688What's unproven? If we can't understand something, it just means we don't have enough information to understand it at the time, but it doesn't mean we won't be able to understand it as we progress with time.
>>68894709That every phenomeneon within the universe can be understood and modelled
>>68894749human brain is subset of universe, therefore you can't simulate everything.Human brain limits itself.
>>68885734>I didn't like it when he called the cave diver a pedo though. Even if he is one the matter should have been settled out of the media spotlight. Plus, that submarine was never going to work and would probably just have caused more deaths.This doesn't excuse him but:- one of the leaders (divers) of the team specifically requested that SpaceX keep working on the sub - Musk posted the email on his Twitter - the sub was tested in the cave and it did work- Thai navy wanted it so spacex team left it in Thailand- Unsworth inexplicably started insulting Musk out of nowhere, accused him of doing it for publicity (which is an absolutely foul thing to say) and said he should shove the sub up his arse. That's why Musk called him a pedo. He shouldn't have, but it's not like he's the only one who did not behave correctly.
>>68894690>accused him of doing it for publicity (which is an absolutely foul thing to say)why? it's absolutely true
>>68894698You know this how? The whole point is that you're not in Musk's head, so you can't know for sure, unless he admits to it himself or there is proof. Otherwise it amounts to assuming the absolute worst about someone without any evidence to confirm your suspicions.
>>68894716>The whole point is that you're not in Musk's head, so you can't know for sure, unless he admits to it himself or there is proof.What a thoroughly autistic thing to sayAttention-seeking behaviour is easy to spotPowerful guy butting in where he's not wanted or needed is a classic example of itHis submarine didn't even fit through the hole
>>68894726>where he's not wantedwrong, pic related>Attention-seeking behaviour is easy to spotSo let's say you're Elon Musk, the Thai cave rescue is looking hopeless and you believe you have the resources to save lives. What do you do?>His submarine didn't even fit through the hole
Beauty through perfection via simplicity
>>68894575>You listed a bunch of arbitrary shit that has little to no relevance to the conversation.The whole argument is about whether C is a good language. No matter what you believe while sitting in your basement, programming languages are ultimately used to make software. To achieve concrete goals. Considering that C is never the best to use, C is shit.>You didn't have a larger argument. You had strawmen.No. You're the one who said that C "allows you to do stuff that is very hard or impossible in other languages". I showed you that it isn't the case.If you can't understand that, you truly are retarded.>Within a single language, yes....and?>And you have the audacity to question my intelligence?Yes, all my examples are provably true because they rely on intrinsic properties of the languages. You instead are still blabbing mindless abstract statements like "C keeps brainlets away" and that it "opens up opportunities“ while it simply lacks features.I'm not questioning your intelligence. I'm denying its existence.Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
simple and beautifulconst int(*(*const a)(const float(*)))
const int(*(*const a)(const float(*)))
>>68894741>const int(*(*const a)(const float(*)))declare a as const pointer to function (pointer to array 8 of const float) returning pointer to array 8 of const int
>>68894741decipher this for cool boy points
>>68894752I suppose you copy pasting from a site specifically to decipher function pointers proves my point :)
/cyb/erpunk:The Cypherpunk Manifesto https://www.activism.net/cypherpunk/manifesto.htmlThe Cyberpunk Manifesto http://project.cyberpunk.ru/idb/cyberpunk_manifesto.html"What is cyberpunk?" https://pastebin.com/hHN5cBXBCyberpunk directory (Communities, Media, Readings) https://pastebin.com/VAWNxkxHCyberpunk resources (Miscellaneous) https://pastebin.com/Dqfa6uXx/cyb/ ftp: ftp://126.96.36.199/pub//sec/urity:The Hacker Manifesto: http://phrack.org/issues/7/3.htmlThe Guerilla Open Access Manifesto: https://archive.org/stream/GuerillaOpenAccessManifesto/Goamjuly2008_djvu.txtComment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>68891317>invented by a dumb niggerNot sure where you got that idea from, I don't even know of any blacks that influenced early cyberpunk. Let's look at some of the most important people in cyberpunk.Bruce Bethke was the one who coined the term 'cyberpunk' in his short story of the same name. He is white, and arguably intelligent as he has won a Philip K Dick award.Philip K. Dick played a large part in creating the original cyberpunk aka proto-cyberpunk. Once again white, and definitely a smart man, as a lot of his works delved into deep philosophical topics.William Gibson pioneered the idea of cyberpunk that you see in fiction that came after him. Surprise surprise, white. He has also written a plethora of stories that have won awards and been critically acclaimed.Even if you don't consider their accomplishments to indicate intelligence that much, I have no doubts that all three of them are much more intelligent than you.
>>68887613>there was a cybergoth and a furry hanging out together in bristol at a rave in a club a month agoWith those neon leg warmers I guess the cybergoths always had a furry streak.
>>68892492>Not sure where you got that idea from, I don't even know of any blacks that influenced early cyberpunk.Delany is cited at times, especially in relation to Dhalgren. I never read any of it, the blurb seemed a bit too far out from my taste.
>>68852986How should I set up a raspberry pi to work as a sandbox? I plan on running wireshark on it to capture network and USB packets. I know for optimum security I would have to make sure it is entirely disconnected from the internet or any other network. In that case I would literally need to inspect the packets by hand on the computer. Would it be safe to connect to it using SSH? As in connect the pi to a computer with a TTL cable but don't let the pi use the computer's internet connection. I plan on using such a setup to transfer non-executable data files off of the pi such as wireshark capture files.
>>68894694Not an expert but here are some of my thoughts: - use your Pi and a terminal machine on a net with a third logger and nothing else - leave no way for whatever evil is on the PI to escape to your internal net or the Internet at large - use ssh but not ssh -CX in case the sandboxed evil in the Pi tries for use zero day holes in the huge attack surface that X11 represents.