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This board is for the discussion of technology and related topics.

Reminder that instigating OR participating in flame/brand wars will result in a ban.
Tech support threads should be posted to >>>/wsr/
Cryptocurrency discussion belongs on >>>/biz/

To use the Code tag, book-end your body of code with: [co­de] and [/co­de]

The /g/ Wiki: https://wiki.installgentoo.com/
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https://github.com/AzAgarampur/byeintegrity-uac
https://github.com/AzAgarampur/byeintegrity2-uac
https://github.com/AzAgarampur/byeintegrity3-uac
https://github.com/AzAgarampur/byeintegrity4-uac
https://github.com/AzAgarampur/byeintegrity5-uac
IMAGINE GETTING KEKED BY BOTH MICROSOFT AND BY THEIR SHITTY PROGRAMMERS
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>>81222686
>He cares about normalfags
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>>81222484
Three different approaches resulting in five separate exploits. Noice.
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Is this kinda useless or am I stupid? Or maybe both?
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>>81222699
Do you always stop using your brain when coping or are you always this retarded?
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>>81222739
>W-Well if y-you're clinically retarded t-this exploit w-works!

>Full Web Development Roadmap
https://github.com/kamranahmedse/developer-roadmap

>Free beginner resources to get started with HTML, CSS and JavaScript
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Learn - a good starting point to learn about web dev fundamentals
https://javascript.info/ - quite a good JS tutorial according to many posts
https://www.freecodecamp.org - curriculum including HTML/CSS/JS, React, Node.js, Express, and MongoDB
https://www.theodinproject.com - curriculum including HTML/CSS/JS, Ruby on Rails, and SQL
https://fullstackopen.com/en/ - requires you to have basic web dev, db and git knowledge

>List of PHP resources
https://ghostbin.com/paste/sNdM3

>List of design resources
https://ghostbin.com/paste/rTwHe

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>>81222687
woah, you're like a tailwind wizard. Thanks for sharing anon!
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Any of you thought about becoming a designer/UI/UX specialist?

Every single designer that worked at my current company was either a girl or a basedboy and they had no fucking clue of how a good UI is supposed to look.
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>>81222725
Yes but I hate creating assets. No assets, no UI for developers to implement.
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>>81222717
>tailwind wizard
just read the docs lol. np
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>>81222725
It's a bit too late for that, I'm already on the road towards CS

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Don't buy anything OTHER THAN IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad T, X, and W/P Series if you want the Real Business Experience™
>Other business laptops are welcome in /tpg/ (Dell Latitude/Precision, HP EliteBook/ZBook)

Why ThinkPad?
>Used machines are plentiful and cheap
>Excellent keyboards, tactile feel and quiet
>Great durability: magnesium roll cage for structural integrity, with high quality plastic body panels
>Utilitarian design: e.g. indicator LEDs, 7 row keyboard layout on older models
>Docking stations that easily turns your laptop into a desktop
>Easy to repair (most models), upgrade & maintain thanks to readily available service manuals for every model, spare parts easy & cheap to obtain
>Excellent Linux & *BSD support

ThinkWiki - General info about ThinkPads and specs
https://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/ThinkWiki


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Hi /tpg/. Im looking for a good battery for my x200s. Current one only holds up for 2 hours. This is the only one I had. Any recommendations? Thanks!
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>>81211765
I'm very curious to know how Mojave runs on an unsupported Mac. I would think there are one or two problems.

Anyways, I'm done with Apple after my experience with a 2011 Macbook Pro. Purchased in 2011, dead by 2014. Of course my warranty has expired by this point, and Apple fucking gaslights everyone before admitting that there is a problem. Not like Lenovo operates any differently (ahem, T61) but their hardware generally seems to be way less flaky.
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>>81208739
if you've got a HDD in the system your laptop is gonna wake that up before proceeding incase you wanted to actually boot into that, if you go all ssd then it'll be however fast your ssd wakes up and is ready
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>>81221203
yes, I'm the same - having a dedicated dock brick is pure comfort levels.
I also have a charger by my bedside that fits my X220 and X61 and the same in the living room then one in my backpack.
It's certainly worth it when you have an older machine with less than 'all day' battery like the more modern ones...
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Can someone here recommend me a good thinkpad in the 1000$ range?
Need a good display for reading and writing and maybe good battery life
If theres anyone here that can help id really appreaciate it

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4 year warranty
no fan noise
13hr battery life
1.3kg
thin design


i intend to use it for word and watching vidyas web browsing etc

i have a 5600x and 2070 super for gaming or anything the mac can't handle
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Those threads are blatant advertisment. Like, in your face shilling. Why the fuck do jannies keep this shit? It's up for three hours already, ffs.
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the fact that you even consider buying one means you have absolutely no need for a proper machine
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Red bottoms
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>>81222523
this

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What mail provider do you use?
Which one is the best for privacy and why is it ProtonMail?
Discuss.
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>>81222238
not american = good
american = honeypot & sends all of your data to mossad
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>>81221626
this, I've been using it since like forever, I used to use some small one but they were fucking slow as fuck (and still are).
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>>81221645
>His uni doesn't host their own email.
Nice why of saying community college.
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>>81222300
That's what you get for retards saying that encryption, hashing and authentication are hard and you should use 3rd party solutions because they know better.
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>>81221725
This is the final emailpill. Use whatever provider you like based on features and price (if you choose to pay with your privacy so be it) and encrypt with GPG whatever messages you want to be safe and send that garbled output as plaintext.

but this is what peak functionality looks like
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What is the point of a desktop space if you can't use it in Linux?
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>>81216201
Near the end of Unity's life, it was unironically the most polished and functional Linux desktop there was. It felt like a professional product rather than some hobbyist shit. It actually offered a relatively unique computing paradigm compared to Windows and MacOS, and especially when compared to the myriad of Windows XP clones in the Linux DE space. Its death was a tragedy, especially since its replacement was the utter pile of shit that is GNOME.
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>>81218292
irrelevant since it's code that doesn't run on a users machine. by that standard you shouldn't be posting on 4chan
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>>81216643
that just means you're poor AND have bad taste
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>>81218603
sure but does it combine menubar and window title bar for more application space.
i know gnome doesn't because its shit.
windows depends on the application.

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Hey everyone ! :)

Not long ago a friend of mine asked if anyone had an idea of how to turn wired joysticks into wireless ones.

So I did some research. I decided to try it out on my joysticks.
I'll buy a Raspberry pi 0 w and plug one joys on it. The joy consumption is 5V 150mA.

Theoretically the Raspberry will be powered by a 5.3v 2A battery that I will buy later.
As I don't know much about it I wanted to know if the Raspberry was able to power the joy correctly.

Also, is the micro USB to USB conversion a problem in terms of electrical capacity?
Thank you in advance if you can enlighten me! :)

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Should I dual boot on my laptop?
What are the pros and cons?
The only thing that's keeping me from going full Linux is my uni, whose online examination software needs Windows or Mac and can't be on a virutal machine.
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>>81222599
if windows fucks with grub like other anons said, then the files will be there, but you wont be able to 'see' them on windows, just plug a live usb and you can get them. i really doubt windows would actively spread and mess with other partitions, the reason beeing is that they could be simply ntfs partitions made by windows itself. when i was windows only i had several partitions, it's not that different. the only problem is that a piece of grub and windows boot manager shares a partition, that's where the danger is of getting the grub fucked up by a windows update. so windows will not delete your linux, it will just overwrite grub, which is the linux boot loader. the whole os and files will still be there.
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Do it and see how much you use Windows, if you don't use it anymore just delete the Windows partition later.
I hate dual-booting because I want all my program and files to be on the same OS - Windows can't easily read files on Linux's EXT4 partition.
I have a small 80GB HDD with Windows 7 that I use exclusively to play Dota and Quake (both are avaliable on Linux but my 2009 videocard don't has the same performance on it).
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>>81222667
Thanks for clearing things up, and in that case is it easy to fix that
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About Windows messing up a Linux boot or anything, just set your Linux partition to boot first and you can easily boot into Windowst thought a GRUB optionn
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>>81222259
no pros. just wipe windows and go for it pussy.

How do people put up with this shit? Do people really sit there tinkering with USE flags and shit every time they want to install a package? Why? All for an imperceptible performance boost?
This distro is just needlessly complex. Not to mention agonizing compile times. At the end of the day, I just want to get shit done, and that's why I use Arch Linux. It's just
>$ sudo pacman -S <package>
and any package I want is installed in seconds. No bullshit. No waiting. No messing with USE flags or licenses or anything. Why do people use Gentoo? It might have made sense 20 years ago or whatever, but these days, storage is cheap, memory is cheap, cpu time is cheap. What's not cheap is my time.
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>>81222636
anon i want some of whatever you're smoking. Literally no one that actually uses gentoo gives a crap about chromeOS.
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>>81222684
I don't care that genpootards pretend not to care, everything I said is 100% objectively and verifiably true.
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>>81222684
This
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>>81222701
please do objectively verify what you said
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>>81222636
Anon, did you smoke something? Has NixOS crashed again? How the fuck does Google own Gentoo? They took the portage package manager. So all the Ubuntu forks are owning Ubuntu?

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>work from home continuing until 2022
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>>81220124
where you live bro? In my part of goymany, HR and management still can't comprehend wfh. If they could we would stay at the office 24/7 no matter what
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>>81221997
>you have to work, Anon
>what will you do with you time if you don't work?
>what do you possibly do outside of work that is so important?
>we're a family, Anon.
>don't you want to be with your family?
>I don't think you fit the corporate culture we have going on here
>we're firing you with the 3 month required notice
>we also sued you without notifying you so now you owe us the last 3 wages we didn't pay you. (this shit actually happens)
>we could have been a family, Anon.
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I'm so fucking sick of working of home. At this point I'd rather go into an empty office just to get fucking out of my place for a change. My drive is only like 10 minutes and I even miss that.
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>>81220124
When your only human interaction is the office. Sad.
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>>81220403
>african-americans
The preferred nomenclature here is “niggers”. You’re welcome anon.

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>Two die in Texas after Tesla 'on auto-pilot with no one in driving seat' crashes into tree and starts massive four-hour fire that took 32,000 GALLONS of water to extinguish
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9484391/Two-die-Tesla-auto-pilot-no-one-driving-crashes-tree.html
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-auYtGZlew

Where are the elon lovers now? Also LMAOing@americans
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>>81222299
absolutely nothing, only danger would be someone opening the door mid travel and only schizos or kids would do such a thing anyway ( for which there are manual child-safety locks that can be engaged on many car models so that the rear door can only be opened from outside).
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>>81216891
>>81218491
>>81220498
How can you weirdos be more intelligent than the majority of Westerners yet find something uglier than a powerpuff girl to be cute and hold a make-believe relationship with it?
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>>81222508
based retard.
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>>81216685
>people mistake auto-pilot for fucking full self driving
I wonder why...
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>>81213779
Well who would have figured that driving around in a giant lithium-ion battery could cause such a huge fire, eh?

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I'm looking for something like vscode that is lightweight and simple.
>vscode/atom
shitware electron bloat
>sublime
almost, but proprietary and annoying popups if you don't pay
>notepad++
good, but not cross-platform
>vim
Not gui (gvim sucks), although vim bindings are great, would love to carry them with me.
>emacs
painful to setup, also sucks on anything not GNU/Linux

I just want a tradition Ctrl-s Ctrl-c Ctrl-v editor, again though, vim-style bindings would be pretty cool but is there a good cross-platform editor that is open source?
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>>81222477
They usually offer way too much and do everything for you, at most Kate just tries to be a complex text editor, no syntax highlighting and magic tricks, I just need a symbol table is all
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Kek. All these autists in here disregarding that you set out specific needs in the OP and still ass blasting their favorite downie flavor of emacs... sublime text’s popup is really annoying but you could use it as an opportunity to study cr*%king. There are many guides that will show you how from scratch if you search RE. I personally use VIM in git bash on windows and I’m liking it a lot so far, but I get the shortcomings
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>>81222622
>disregarding that you set out specific needs
Disregarding? Everything of what he listed in the OP can be easily fulfilled by Doom Emacs. It's not even bloated, only uses 150 mb on my machine.
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>>81222622
If i've learned anything from years of LARPing, emacs users are incredibly loud. I've used emacs, it's fine, but it's not for me, even if it can be "turned into anything" or whatever they say.
Vim has some of the best bindings imo, I used eVil mode on emacs, its not really the same.
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>>81221439
You can't have fonts of different sizes at the same time inside a terminal emulator.

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>>81215278
"Self developed" LMFAO.
Even the air their breathe was stolen.
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>>81216579
>western (judeo christian) values
Id predge allegience to commie chinks for the sole purpose of people like you being put into camps
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>>81216084
>>81219754
>genocides
what genocide are you even talking about? the supposed muslim genocide? the one in which they reeducate terrorists to integrate them in their society?
I thought 4chan hates muslims and terrorists? can you americans make up your mind?
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>>81221547
>4chan is a monolith
They don't just put confirmed terrorists in there, they put everyone in there. The reeducation is making them stop believing in their religion and only believe in the party. Even someone who hates Muslims would have to agree that's fucked up. They also harvest organs whenever necessary because those people are like cattle to them.
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>>81222555
>They don't just put confirmed terrorists in there, they put everyone in there. The reeducation is making them stop believing in their religion and only believe in the party. Even someone who hates Muslims would have to agree that's fucked up.
I don't think that. muslims are fucked up (they killed hundreds of han chinese simply for being han chinese), and what the chinese are doing is much, MUCH better than what europe and the US have done in the middle east for decades.
even considering everything europe and the US have tried to do to control muslims, it should be obvious by this point that muslims are not trustable, they are too conflictive and their religion should be destroyed.
china is doing the right thing, while the US keeps financing and arming barbaric terrorist cavemen that are destroying the middle east and creating more misery, poverty and ignorance.

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In /csg/, we discuss the cheap shit you see on Gearbest, Taobao, AliExpress, Banggood, eBay and similar sites.

>IRC channel
#/csg/ on rizon

>CSG Guide Pastebin (why bother, it's pretty much obsolete. I might write a new one)
https://pastebin.com/WgqPCG8x

>News
Anon too tired to write news >>81213403
Another anon suggests hit story >>81213481
Anon agrees >>81213614
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>>81222485
how can your feet be that small
im a manlet and even i have larger feet than that
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>>81222416
I already have a suitable power supply for a T12 though (an old laptop brick), but nothing for a pinecil.
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>>81222501
my mom's almost a midget and is a feetlet at size 35, and while my dad is a tall fuck with size 46 I ended up right in between
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>>81222514
you can use the laptop brick for the pinecil most likely, you might need a barrel adapter. It just needs to be under 20volt
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>>81222668
Just realised this myself, totally forgot that the pinecil had a barrel jack as well as usb-c, now the only problem is that Pine doesn't seem to be following the UK's new vat rules.




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