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Protecting children is just a cover story.
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>>77826167
why is it using the microsoft logo from windows 95

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Howdy /g/entlemen,
I'm currently running Windows 7 on my somewhat substantial workstation:
Dual proc
256GB ECC RAM
Multiple drives (NVMe, and SATA)

However, it is time to migrate away from Windows 7 for obvious reasons.

I'm considering using ESXi as my bare-metal OS for my workstation.
I still need at least 1 or 2 Windows VMs for my existing use, plus disposable VMs for whatever reasons
Additionally, I'd like to virtualize my my infrastructure (switch to pfSense instead of a hardware unit)
Also have virtualized network storage system (probably FreeNAS)

I'm leaning toward ESXi as it does a good job with Windows VM (VMware tools/drivers work well compared to other hypervisors like KVM and XCP-NG).
However, I have reservations about using ESXi because I don't have a vSphere license (hypervisor management system).

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>>77822414
You can run windows on qubes OS and there's even support for qubes guest specific features like qvm-run which were originally designed for linux guests
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>>77825584
Oh also qubes OS is better for workstations you plan to use locally, with a keyboard mouse and display. Proxmox is definitely a better choice for remote systems, as the fortified security model for qubes OS does not allow for remote access

Xen is great. Secure, robust and the backbone of every major cloud provider. But, if you're new to Linux, or don't want to spend hours configuring shit, just stick with ESXi or other VMWare products. In my experience the actual performance and security differences between Xen and VMware hypervisors is negligent to non-existent but if this is a concern you should run your own tests.
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>>77822219
For a single host environment just enable Hyper-V in windows 10, and done. I am a huge fanboy of vmware products but for that just use hyper-v, nest ESXi if you want to toy around with it.
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>>77825284
VMware is stupid cheap and works well for anyone in the corporate world, the essentials plus bundle is very good.
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>>77825666
I thought about that
but the windows reboots suck
and ltsc doesn't have an up to date hyper-v implementation (with sandbox)

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So I decided to activate my Windows 10. The "real" sellers charged like 1400 euros. So I got it from a trusted third party site. They sold Windows 10 PRO for 10 euro. Which I got, and it works perfectly. However. It turns out that my three licenses can only be installed on one motherboard at a time. And here is the kicker. It is enterprise OEM. Instead of the "regular" PRO. I assume it is why it's cheap. Companies who get out of business selling their keys and all. But should I be worried? Will I give access to some previous owner?
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>>77824885
not him but I just want to install legit iso (matching checksums) and not use any other third party software or have any other hassle other than inputting a cheap key that I bought on ebay
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>>77824270
At this point it's pretty clear Microsoft promotes the practice because it keeps them dominating the market.
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Software piracy isn't stealing. You can't steal something whose very nature consists in being infinitely reproducible.
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>>77824231
>russkie activator
Enjoy your Russian botnet retard. There's a FOSS Windows activator on github right now.
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>>77824997
Who said you have to install anything? You even use the official iso from m$. Read the sticky in /fwt/ and stop being a scared goym

I have the biggest porn collection on /g/

93TB on this computer, more scattered around.

Here's the 10 biggest folders. This doesn't even include a couple of full seedboxes that front this thing.
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>>77802240
OP, ypu holy duty now is to create a service that given a picture searches gor that girl in the dataset
Bf all over the world will be gratefull for it.
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>>77802240
What's the point tho? There isn't more than ~10 TB of all lesbian jav, and even less good lesbian jav.

I just keep the SS tier stuff, like jav lesbian timestop or lesbian rape lolicon roleplay. Why would you keep all that other shit?
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>>77825759
markov chain text generator is easy peezy. this book is pretty good: nltk.org/book/
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>>77803723
>collects almost 100TB of porn just as a hobby
incredibly based
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Tfw only 20TB in Pixiv/twitter backups and i have been using used 2.5" HDDs for backups.

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>>77749810

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/cyb/erpunk
What is cyberpunk?: [ https://pastebin.com/pmn9vzWZ ]
Cyberpunk directory (Communities/IRC and other resources): [ https://pastebin.com/AJYry5NH ]
Cyberpunk media (Recommended cyberpunk fiction): [ https://pastebin.com/Dqfa6uXx ]
The cyberdeck: [ https://pastebin.com/7fE4BVBg ]
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/sec/urity
"Shit just got real": [ https://pastebin.com/rqrLK6X0 ]
Cybersecurity basics and armory: [ https://pastebin.com/v8Mr2k95 ]
Reference books (PW: ABD52oM8T1fghmY0): [ https://mega.nz/#F!YigVhZCZ!RznVxTiA0iN-N6Ps01pEJw ]
/sec/ PDFs: [ https://mega.nz/#F!zGJT1QQQ!O-8yiH845GN26ajAvkoLkA ]

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>>77768048
this is the most retarded general i’ve ever seen
congrats
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>>77824554
Many sites are under continuous and persistent attacks, where all recent exploits and all usual passwords are tried. For some this is industry, for others this is national policy. And you just got caught in the net.
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>>77824876
Thanks. I should definitely learn more about this. I will start reading the OP.
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>>77824588
Kind of in an indirect way.
Cyberpunk borrows a lot from Noir where people were smoking like chimneys. And Case abuses any chemical he can get hold of.

Of the authors Gibson is likely to have tried stuff and Shirley admitted to have had a major drugs problem where only bad pay made sure he could not afford an OD. He has sobered up after that, a long and painful journey.
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>>77824218
>>>/t/874479

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Remember, don't listen to the Loonix shills and use these 3 facts against them:

1) Loonix is a server OS with hacky implementations to make it work like a desktop, but with far less stability and robustness than a real desktop OS like Mac and Windows. You will spend more time trying to get your Loonix desktop to work the way you want it than actually using it, which is why so many Loonix users give up and use a Matrix-like Tiling UI to get rid of the lag and broken, messy UI found on "desktop environments"

2) Loonix is missing vital software needed for countless careers like AutoCAD and Photoshop, and mostly is used by people working in IT, while the majority of people who program and do other real work use Mac and Windows.

3) Loonix is a piss poor implementation of audio and graphics on a desktop. The audio stack on a typical Loonix desktop is usually a broken mess and graphics support is always way behind Mac and Windows. Even plugging in different monitors is a pain on Loonix. Nobody who works in media uses Loonix.

Remember, don't let Loonix shills on /g/ manipulate you into using Loonix. Just buy a Mac or install Windows 10. Don't bother wasting your time with Loonix. Loonix is only worth it if your time is worth nothing.
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>>77821665
good reply

The only valid points I can see is lack of software for autocad and photoshop. same with games. If you don't use those programs, linux is pretty comfy. Linux should be standard for the average user who surfs the web. None of the bloatness of windows or the overpriced hardware of apple.
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>>77821319
interesting how nobody uses windows to do real computation.
if you need an Ifacebook -- get a phone.
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>>77821319
and you also forgot:

4) Loonix and its creator are pozzed, extorted by activists on Twitter, and added political nonsense to the project. It does not even have ideological integrity anymore. The whole project is now a farce.

Don't waste your time with Loonix.
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>>77821948
kek
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>>77821948
As the plug is pulled by a black non-binary dick splitter with a "Death to Whitey" t-shirt on.

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what packages should I mask on gentoo, besides systemd, consolekit, policykit and dbus?
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Whichever ones normally allow you to shitpost on 4chan
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Ban tranime
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You shouldn't mask any of those.
t. default/linux/amd64/17.1/desktop/gnome/systemd

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Anyone ever do any development for PS1? Pic related, developer docs...

Have a mate who got hold of them.
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>>77822003
That's... not true.
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You either post the full doc online or you don't now fuck off to your discord attention whoring HQ. OP is a faggot and a tranny
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>>77823084
thanks fren
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>>77816395
i have hired a hitman to asasinate your friend
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>>77822746
>implying cia wants you to know stuff
>implying they won’t try to stop you from educating people
>implying you can post things freely on 4chan
>implying /g/ isn’t being constantly monitored by cia
>implying he doesn’t know

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Why are Russians and Ukranians so good at hacking?
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>>77826216
they get shit done

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How can one man be so incredibly based?
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>>77824662
>unfixable
whatchu mean
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>>77825772
Everything soldered to the board and made out of obscure chips made in a facility that keeps all the workers as slaves so they cant reach out and filter the chips to rossman
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>>77825875
Also i forgot to add that apple will put a service code or something like that, so if you try to service the device or change anything on it, it will do a cheksum and brick itself
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>>77824561
He just wants something to be mad about because he didn't get any emotional bonding from whoever raised him.
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>>77826253
He said he's had a great relationship with his father.

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Uh... is this true?
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>>77810878
>I forgot the pic. Legitimately can't decipher what stereotype this is meant to convey
I fucking love Clojure
Alan Kay thinks LISPs are special.

As for the picture LISPs look retarded but are seriously powerful
(* (+ 2 3) 10)

That's what that stereotype looks like to me, a powerful retarded looking Chad
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>>77809654
No, it was clearly made by a C#/Clojure fanboi.
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>>77810530
It should be a frankenstein'd brainlet. The story behind its unchecked exceptions is somewhat like the story of golang having no generics. And you can imagine that it has null values for a very similar reason.
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>>77809654
What if I used 20/35 languages from all of those?

What do I look like?
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>FRACTRAN

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Now that the dust has settled, are they any good?
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>>77826178
Clean your house.
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>>77826185
doesn't stop pc getting dusty
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>>77826178
No, ordering a can of air and just remembering to dust out high airflow components is by far better overall.

I dust my PC out twice a year, simple and effective

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It is only popular because Snowden shills it
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>>77825593
Telegram's E2EE has been proven cucked as shit
Anyways I like Telegram, but only for public group chatting where I don't expect privacy or need encryption.
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>>77826132
>>>77825593
>Telegram's E2EE has been proven cucked as shit

Sauce?
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>>77824439
He knows what he is talking about, but on the other hand he's a greasy patriot. So that's either good or bad.
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>>77824439
>popular
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>>77826201
https://t.me/kumdelicia/1024
It's a pdf

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https://edition.cnn.com/2019/10/08/asia/selfie-deaths-india-dam-scli-intl/index.html
How can phone manufacturers make safer selfie cameras? maybe wider angles so people don't have to get so close to what they actually want? Extend the camera on top of the phone like a pseudo selfie stick but inside the actual phone and it moves the camera itself? something surely could be done because over 160 people have died in India from selfie-induced accidents

Why is Zoom popular to use especially during the pandemic? I thought Skype was the thing
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>>77825836
I used Skype and Webx(?) at my old job before corona.

My family uses the Google one, I guess hangouts.
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Fucking zoomers.
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>>77825836
That's the power of word of mouth among non-digital employees.
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>>77825836
Zoom is better at herding cattle.
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>>77825836
u can use funny filters


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