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zoomers can't install steam on gentoo. kek
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>>71583200
I used gentoo as my main distro for the longest time untill guixSD came along and gave me the sloppiest head of my life
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>>71584490
TITOR you aussie fuck you've been off tox. This is the guy you helped make a sign with in 2016.

Fire up tox and hit me up uberman. Let's catch up
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Gentoo + Xbox One master race.
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Why deal with the bloat of having all that source code?
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>>71583200
not related (sort of) but I'm installing falkon and qtwebengine is taking AGES to compile. it's almost done but I've been waiting for 14 hours! I heard using the jumbo-build flag will shorten the compile time. why is c++ such fucking dogshit and why does everything have to be chrome shit?

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What media do you listen/watch for tech news? 4chin is blocked at my jorb.
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acktic(dot)github(dot)io
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Linus Tech Tips
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>>71590175
Thanks.

Name your favorite privacy tool

> PGP
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>>71587563
on ram live linux on every boot for web browsing
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>>71588377
Privacy != Anonymity
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>>71588403
>not libressl
yikes
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>>71587563
>encryption
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>>71589948
>using password-based encryption

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>>71588558
just bought 300$ in stock wish me fucking luck
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>>71588184
roll
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>>71587759
>A320
Kek this shit can barely run an Athlon correctly.
First gen Zen mobos were shitty since manufacturers trust in the new product wasn't built. Try that with a B450 at least.
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>Multi-core doesn't matter!
>Productivity doesn't matter!
>Price/performance doesn't matter!
>Performance per watt doesn't matter!
>Power usage doesn't matter!
>Temperatures don't matter!
>Soldered dies don't matter!
>Stutters don't matter!
>Streaming doesn't matter!
>Data centers don't matter!
>Locked CPUs don't matter!
>OEMs don't matter!
>Hyperscalers don't matter!
>Upgradeability doesn't matter!
>Anti-competitive business practices don't matter!

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Reminder to boycott github.
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>>71586839
What the fuck
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>>71587202
WTF GitHub is based now?
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>>71587073
Time to report those projects
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>>71588263
>the retard didn't know the other meaning of the word 'retard'
ftfy
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>>71588261
>>71588262
LO & BEHOLD!!!
I coded a Hello World project in <his_new_langfu>

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you can live control two robots now facing off against a fisher price beatbo robot

robot 1:
https://robotstreamer.com/robot/106

robot 2:
https://robotstreamer.com/robot/100
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Why control robots when I can control humans?
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Looks like it's down lol

Anyone got their GPD MicroPC yet?
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Based lon will give us a fair rundown.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JkxGP9il9g
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>>71589496

If it had VGA out too, and was in a rugged drop resist/water resist case it might be pretty useful as a highly portable system for embedded systems out in the middle of nowhere that cant be accessed remotely.

As it is though, it is just a middle stopgap and doesnt do a niche thing well enough to justify it existing imo.

If they hardened it and added a few more legacy features id be fine with it being twice the price.
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>>71581019
because these exits (gpd pocket 1 on left, pocket 2 on right)
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>>71579478
>celeron
>still no LTE
a $40 X220 with a 3G modem is better than this garbage
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>>71589613
Nevermind' it's coming. Just hope it'll be under 400€.
https://hothardware.com/news/gpd-win-max-handheld-gaming-pc-leaks-amd-ryzen-embedded-apu

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Thoughts on management information system as a career?
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All the fancy names for IT are just to convince you that 90% of your job won't be fixing printers and outlook clients. It will though.

https://venturebeat.com/2019/06/25/microsoft-announces-onedrive-personal-vault-for-sensitive-files/

Microsoft today announced OneDrive Personal Vault, a new security layer for protecting sensitive and important files.

The feature is rolling out "soon" to the web, Android, iOS, and Windows 10 in Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.

Furthermore, the company is increasing OneDrive's cheapest storage plan from 50GB to 100GB at no additional cost. Office 365 subscribers are also getting new storage options.

Personal Vault is a protected area in OneDrive that you can only access with the Microsoft Authenticator app or a second step of identity verification (fingerprint, face, PIN, or a code sent to you via email or SMS).

Microsoft envisions OneDrive users saving travel, identification, vehicle, home, and insurance documents in their Personal Vault. You can use the OneDrive mobile app to scan documents, take pictures, or shoot video directly into your Personal Vault, keeping such items out of less secure areas like your camera roll.
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>>71589914
>Trusting Microsoft

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Has everything since the development of the first PCs who had easy to use OSs everyone could understand just been a reiteration of the same thing? I feel like nothing really revolutionary has happened every since, just minor improvements on the existing stuff.

What is going to be the next big thing?

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>Smart cryptocurrency FULL integration, everything you do, share, buy, sold, watch is accountable by the blockchain
>P2P File sharing (torrent)
>Files can be bought, sold and be unique thanks to crypto (real ownership of digital goods)
>Market for physical goods
>Self sustaining profitable market that rewards creators (of all media, games/videos/art/etc) and file hosters
>P2P Live streaming (acestream)
>P2P Websites/communities/forums/social media (IPFS)

These are (in my opinion) all the basics to cover the entire usage of the internet.

Combine all this on a downloadable application (web hosting completely defeats the purpose) and you have a "free" (as in money), indefinitely scalable WWW that completely negates current monopolies and allows creators to not be censored and consumers to support the things they like.

All the technology for everything i mentioned already exists, its just a matter of combining it into a pretty front end.

What is your opinion?
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>>71588319
>Yes and those monetary incentives are already working fine without crypto DRM bullshit.
No they aren't, in the current political climate you can only monetize one type of opinion, everything else makes you instantly an outcast and everyone deplataforms you, even your bank.
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>>71588319
>Your solution argues in favor of price fixing
Prince fixing? Im not sure how you came about that conclusion, everyone would be able to set their own crypto-price to their own product.
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>>71588617
This already exists.
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>>71589550
And its part of what i wrote on OP.
Everything i wrote on OP already exists and is possible to do right now, we just need someone that makes it all work together and puts it in a neat package, like what Steve Jobs did with the iPhone.
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>>71587516
Discord trannies have to go back

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>>71587505
>nothing wrong with a compact low-power laptop with sufficient performance for browsing/office with a battery that lasts an eternity.
You're right but is there any reason such a device needs to cost over $1k? inb4 'poorfag'
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>>71587385
They regressed to using an Atom? Damn, thats sad.

>>71587505
Atoms aren't efficient though. They're just low power. If you look at energy required to complete any given task you see that Atoms are only like 50% as efficient as the mainstream Core line.
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>>71587518
no there isn't, but if the competition is too retarded to put out good alternatives than Apple can keep the price that high.
I wish there was a comparable laptop with Windows for under 1000€. Fanless, maybe an ARM SoC, fuckhuge battery, good keyboard, good display, good build quality
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>>71587385
They had to underclock it otherwise the produced heat would unglue the case.
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>>71587565
Fun fact: Intel has a 72-core LGA3647 CPU on the Atom architecture.
https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/codename/48999/knights-landing.html

Any data analysts here? What to learn if I wish to pursue a career in this field?
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learn how to network, the hardest part of data science is landing the first job
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>>71589877
A degree in applied statistics and computing is probably the way to go.

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>>71588358
does the site get that information? or is it just how your browser interprets the html?
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>>71589156
>ungoogled-chromium
If this is not in iridium it's no go

Confirmed not in Chrome
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Maximum confy
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>>71589288
I wish I had the answer to this - I'm not really sure. As far as my current browser setup, the most identifying things about me are my fonts and my resolution, so I would love to know how to block those from being disclosed...
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>>71584885
wget

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Come home white man. Stable rolling release, great KDE support, no tranny coc, superior german technology.
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I would really like to like OpenPEPE, but for some reason when using full drive encryption, you need to enter passphrase/password THREE fucking times. For what purpose is this. It gets extra painful when you use actually good passphrase/password with more than twenty symbols too.
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>>71588871
individually locked partitions maybe? Fedora doesn't have this problem
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>>71588871
enable autologin and https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Encrypted_root_file_system#Avoiding_to_type_the_passphrase_twice
brainlet
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Tested opensuse and just like fedora it's full of security features. That's a good thing but when I'm trying to get shit done it's very annoying. Say what you want but ubuntu does a lot of things right. Not having to use 3rd party repositories for codecs is one.
(I know how to "fix" these problems btw)
When I'm using virt-manager I have to type my root password to open the gui. There are serious conflicts with firewalld and when you want to fix rules you have to reload fwd and then reload libvirt i believe its because the rules get cleared, you can guess that mess that it creates.
Samba was segfaulting and had conflicts with apparmor using default settings. On fedora it was also a nightmare to setup anything non trivial.
ifstats is removed just like in fedora, I'd have to update so many scripts
btrfs made me think of windows when suddenly I had some random cpu spikes and it was a cleanup task, updating was slow, I'd go with ext4 next time I try
I guess I'll stay with my amateur retarded distro Ubuntu because I don't want to die by a thousand papercuts.
By the way tumbleweed KDE plasma wayland session is by far the best of all the distros I've tested. Fedora and Kubuntu are so full of bugs even with backports that it's not even funny.
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>>71560428
Suse is a corporate workstation/server distro. Neon is better for the average user.


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