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Welcome to /tech/ - ∞chan's technology board.

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/tech/ is for the discussion of technology and related topics.

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For tech support, software recommendations, and other questions that don't warrant their own thread, please use the '/tech/ Questions and Support' sticky.

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Bring all your hardware, software and other troubles here.

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>Doesn't the CPU bottleneck the card though?

It does, but I haven't seen a difference in games. Like I said, Darksiders 3 is more than playable and Arkham Knight ran surprisingly well when I turned the CPU bound settings to low(didn't see a visual difference). If a game needs a specific instruction set on the CPU then the game won't load at all.

>how much truth is there to it?

If the CPU is slow you won't get the full effect of the card, 1050 is an entry level card. If a game needs more CPU than you have you're gonna have problems with the game one way or another, the GPU does it's job either way.

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Looking to buy something but aren't sure what to get? Ask here.

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MSI vs Gigabyte vs Asus in $CURRENT_YEAR?


fuck fuck fuck fuck fuck

i had sex with a grill and the condom slipped. i pulled out after the first "wave" and i assume that i might have done it inside of her. she is 5 days after her period and 6 days before ovulation. she takes no pills. am i fucked? help plz.

pic unrelated.

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>programming socks

Go back to cuckoldchannel, you will find your faggotry to be more accepted there.



you do not pay for education where we are from. still scary though.



Divorce rates go way down if it's your first marriage and you are both college educated. The institution of the promotion and the raise ensure that women get a better deal if they wait around then if they cut you off early.




This tbh

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What AMPs are you faggots using? I'll be getting an HD 6XX soon and is currently looking for an AMP. I'm currently looking at the Fiio E10K and the K3 but don't know the difference between the two. Any amps you'd recommend?


The best sound card is INTEL HD AUDIO and the best amplifier is a single transistor. Prove me wrong audiophiggots


I'm using an ASRock mainboard with a quadraphonic setup.



Why not Realtek HD Audio?


Hidizs AP200 and Sennheiser Momentum 2 (wired and over-ear) for audio on the go, and the AP200 serves as USB DAC. Streaming Tidal (actually using offline mode but whatever). No amps.

Also Tin Audio T2 in-ears.



What I'm using by the way, not a recommendation. If you speak French or want to translate, go there http://www.tellementnomade.org/forum/

They know their shit.

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I'm one of those people who saves images off of *booru-type boards, and while I tried to keep it organized I inevitably found myself with folder like "good1", "good17", "abs", etc.

Well, I noticed my sloppy habits were using lots of HDD space, so I wrote a little bash script which would put all the images in one central folder, md5 them, then link them in my categories. Saved some HDD space.

But then I f'd up, and accidentally scrambled my folders. With everything in one big fat disorganized folder with md5 names I really didn't want to put effort into sorting them... ... So I wrote another script which would scrape various booru sites and get the tags for the images I had, dumping them into a text file. I didn't know what to do with it, but I knew it was a good step.

A week later I went back and made another script that would create and populate folder based on searches I threw at it. I could just run something like "prondir big_breasts flat_chest -o bigandsmall", and it worked nicely!

But this was ugly. I like nice things. So this morning I started the bare bones of a proper SQL database, tossed a custom MVC CMS I wrote into it, jammed my tag database in there, and put together a mini-site for my glorious porn browsing.

Then I made it nicer... and I started adding features. I crossed the event horizon of "this is for me" into "hey, I think this could be a thing?" It's only day 1 into "formal" development, but I re-wrote my Bash stuff into PHP, and started on features that I would want. E.g; when you view an image it will also recommend images you might also be interested in.

So, if I keep going on this thing - what would anyone want to see in a new booru board? Since it's only got bare bones, there's not any tech debt, planning now around what everyone wants seems like an idea.

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I'm not planning on hosting loli or illegal content. As a matter of fact I'm going to be deleting what I have once the features are in place on my local installation; it's just not something I refer to anymore, and I haven't really had the motivation to delete it manually. I'm also interested in doing everything through the web interface as it develops for dogfooding purposes.

The r34 site I want to start will host "everything unreal" except loli and guro. Photos, cosplay, and 'realistic' 3D are going to be out - at least on my installation.

On anonymity, I'm involved in several communities and it's just not something I care to be deeply associated with. Additionally, people love to dig; if I were traceable back to an archive of this thread it could potentially end me. I'm not interested an anonymity for the hosting of illegal content, I'm simply 80% private and 20% paranoid.


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>The r34 site I want to start will host "everything unreal" except loli and guro

>Photos, cosplay, and 'realistic' 3D are going to be out

>I'm not interested an anonymity for the hosting of illegal content

Sounds like you're confused what "illegal content" is. I mentioned Germany law to him because I assumed (rightly) that he didn't know they outlawed loli, so people can't host it at the company he mentioned. That doesn't mean you can't host it elsewhere. It's perfectly legal in the US and other countries to host it. I suggested hosting it as a hidden service on tor because it's fully anonymous, as in there's no need to register a domain name and rent a VPS. You can self host it in your basement off an old laptop if you have decent internet speeds. There's no personal information you need to give out and no one can cut off your hosting for the content you serve.

Personal preference wise I agree with you blacklisting gore and 3D. But why also loli if you don't have to? Is that also your personal preference? What kind of person is into furry but not fine with loli?



I fucking love MUK. Also I agree. Just host it where they don't care about loli.



For domain name, Njalla seems to be a good option. https://njal.la/


Ok, report back. Changelog?

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It's near to that time of year again, people, and the reddit competition will soon start up again. Are you going to let those twitter trannies win? Or are you going to prove your compsci degree was worth something?

(protip: it wasn't, watch as some jap codes the whole thing in assembly naked atop mt. Fuji)

What is it?

Advent of code's a programming advent calendar. 2 problems a day for every day of advent, you paste the output data into a text box. You need to register via one of a few 3rd-party websites, because there's a leaderboard: first person to complete a day's challenges get 100 points to his total, second 99, so on. If I remember correctly, someone from 4chan came first last year, but don't quote me on that.

The site's a bit cancerous, especially the sign-up thing, but it's still pretty fun. Try out a new language, or have some fun getting back to basics with one you already know.

I'll be doing it in C, with a little helper library for quickly reading files. How about you, anon?

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Don't feel bad, I don't think there is non-pajeet code for this.



nah, the case-nest in step is very regular. You can definitely math it down.


I wanted easier output of the Maze so I used Character as the type of each char in the maze. With an enumerated type, I could've put a lot of Step's logic into arrays, using '-' '/' etc as indexes, the same way >>1007965 is using dictionaries in Python


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Bullet. Fucking. Dodged.

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You could probably find counter example from the fact that you can't turn Set into a monad since you can't map over it.



The way I understand it, you could have something like this:

x is of type List<string>, and f is a function that takes string and returns List<string>

Then you can do x >>= f to apply f to all elements of x, and combine the resulting List<string>s into a single List<string>. That's the job of the ">>=" operator, which you define yourself.

In this case, the monad is "List".



I've found it easier when teaching people about monads to talk about join instead of bind. It's easier for them to see the fmap and join as separate operations first.

x >>= f = join $ f <$> x

which is the same as

x >>= f = join (fmap f x)


>Even the marxism has caught marxism



Loosely translated:

>i understood everything in the OP just fine, i just can't cope with the fact that "muh functional snowflake language" has been infested with soyfags and trannies

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>no tox thread

Get in here, fags, let's have a Tox thread.

Looking for Rudolph edition

>favorite client?

>is irungentoo ded?

>will file transfer ever just werk?

Let's share our Tox IDs too. I'll start:


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>he thinks mutating cryptographic algorithms won't change its properties

I'm done arguing with this level of retardation.



>He thinks any protocol change is always a cryptographic one

Okay Anon. What specifically did they change to break everything? Pro tip shill nothing related.


Where'd all you retards go



I doubt pedophilia is any more common in the west than it is anywhere else. E.g. in the muslim world women are subhuman (hence rape isn't that bad and surprise its easiest to rape a child). And only a (possibly latent) pedophile would watch anime.


Why use tox when there's xmpp?

The latter doesn't disclose your IP even if you don't use tor and supports offline messages

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Linux Users Going Their Own Way

It's time for linux users to go our own way. The whole "GNU"/linux ecosystem - more appropriately called the freedesktop/systemd/gnu/chromium/linux operating system.

* The red hat goons basically own the userspace now. If you want to make changes to your system you can send a patch and it wil get dropped. They essentially have 100% control, linux desktop will conform to their vision alone.

* polkit and dbus.. what do these things even do? Yet you have them on your computer most likely.

* GNU glibc is bloated and full of bugs *that GNU software depends on* and it is pro abortion.

* ls / gives about 50 things. for "historical reasons": Translations, if you try to make it simple like 4 or 5 directories all with a clear and distinct purpose every piece of software in existence would break because it's all badly written.

* every single programming language has its own fucking package manage that fights against all the other package managers. Is this a joke? Why are programmers, supposedly smart people, allowing this to happen?

* You have all this FUCKING GARBAGE that is overcomplicated and nobody likes like: systemd, polkit, dbus, gsettings XML schemas. None of this stuff makes sense, the documentation is unhelpful and the systems themselves violate standard UNIX design ideas - I wouldn't have a problem with that if they had actually improved on things.

* The web browser is about 80% of the linux desktop experience now. And while it's technically free software it's nearly monopolized (firefox is digging its own grave) and it's basically impossible to make changes to. lets be honest here.

* The shell's fucked. Try writing a shell script that correctly processes a list of files that might have spaces on tabs in the names. You can do it if you study but everything takes work when it should be simple. Programming with lists of strings shouldn't be so tricky.

* The core sets of software has so much historical baggage that could be cleared away. Did you know ./configure tests if your system uses EBCDIC instead of ASCII? configure pePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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beware of the codes of conduct found in several plan9 distros/derivates/other names.



still would get the code of conduct cancer.

use openbsd, a code of conduct free derivate of plan9 and/or illumos, and if you're really desperate, gentoo with old code of conduct free kernel, and free of dbus, polkit, pam, freedesktop, systemd, consolekit, etc etc cancer.



I'd use OpenBSD if it actually worked and had support. Doesn't work on any of my machines unfortunately.




> pro abortion

I laughed harder than I should have


> slackware linux

Here's how it works

>download gpg public key over http with no verification whatsoever

>use that key to verify package signatures


>all that is done as root

>implemented using a shell script

Now that's a real distro

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>upper left: *ERROR* *ERROR* *ERROR* *ERROR* *ERROR*

>right of that: text running over lines and overlapping other text

>below upper left: horribly pixellated buttons


>right of that: image viewer that shows the same fucking thumbnail for every image.


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All code from Linux (except proprietary blobs) are extensively reviewed by Linus and company before approving it, so it's safer than whatever bullshit the BSDM guys are doing.



>Linus and company

>Intel and Microsoft and IBM

I've never met Theo and I know he has a reputation for being a dick but for some reason I automatically trust him a million times more than the Linux Kernel dev team.



Хули она такая курва?



Disable or straight up don't implement certain features decreases the attack surface, surprise.


ты че, ебанутый? че ты тут делаешь?

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Do you even understand what "sandboxed" means?



It means illusion of security, the security theatre that all these idiots keep making by adding more code and extra layers that doesn't actually fix the root causes but only addresses symptoms. And it's the same with "mitigations". Even OpenBSD is all crazy about mitigations. They're going full hog on 64-bit ARM (which all do speculative execution) and basically treating the Cortex-A7 as third-class citizen, even though it's one of the few ARM processors that actually lives up to the so-called standards they have WRT security. THERE IS NOT ONE SINGLE MAJOR OS PROJECT IN EXISTENCE TODAY THAT'S ACTUALLY SERIOUS ABOUT SECURITY. And you bought into the fucking kool-aid, you retard.



It's too big and bloated. Just easier to switch to OpenBSD now and devote effort to improving it by submitting patches for stuff you like to do.



She literally hung out with the crust punks in Pioneer Square begging for coins.



easier to write a redesigned kernel purpose-built for the current era.


by having a feminist wife :)

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Greetings /tech/

I have spent the better part of last night trying to design a model plane for myself, however, while doing so I unintentionally created a very basic mechanism for airplane flaps

I don't know if this would work or how well

>pic related

instead of a hydraulic press as with most modern aircraft this one would, this one would utilize a set of gears and a notched rod connected from the flap to the gears, which would then be turned by a smaller motor, the orange is something I noticed on commercial aircraft that is used for covering this mechanism iirc

>second pic related is a similar mechanism to what I envisioned

What do you think anons?

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>I guess the only question I have now is how can I make a piston/hydraulic mechanism and be able to control it remotely? I mean something small, like something that could fit in a 1ftx5ft RC wing, so nothing of great proportion

The major issues are valves and cylinders at that scale, and at that scale, it's probably best to just build your own.

The pump could be driven off the main prop motor, or an auxillary pump that's idle, which could save battery power.



I've heard that there is a setup where the engine can be hooked up to a small generator of some kind which can power the avionics and charge the batteries as its being operated, but that could probably turn bad without some kind of regulator or auto off switch


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>This mechanism is for adjustable wing angle, correct?

Incorrect, variable incidence wings are a different topic altogether. What OP is describing is an idea for flap actuators that move only a small section of the wing.


I was willing to humor you for a bit but my patience vanished after I saw this post. Pic related is among the first images you get when jewgling "flap actuator".

>hydraulics and other high pressure things would present new challenges and dangers

Which is why when such things are a concern ball screws are used instead but I guess you never bothered to research any of this you dumb fuck.

Christ almighty did you really think you were the first nigger to think of a rack and pinion drive?



>to skim across the surface of the water

Wow, hats off to you sir, you've turned a retarded retort into a logical argument. While I can't agree an aircraft planes air or water, I can't prove you wrong. If I were American I'd stand and clap then tip you a dollar.



to be honest I was unaware that it was a thing, I thought that the two kinds of actuators used were of the hydraulic/piston variety and the cable and pully variety.


> first nigger to think



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Brian Fagioli™ General

All the Fagioli threads go here.

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Linux on DeX Beta can turn your Samsung Galaxy smartphone or tablet into an Ubuntu desktop

By Brian Fagioli

>As Microsoft continues to sully the reputation of Windows 10 with buggy releases and other failures, Linux continues to be a great alternative. Slowly but steadily, consumers are starting to realize Windows isn't necessary anymore. Hell, if Microsoft no longer cares about quality, and is satisfied to release deficient operating system updates, why does it deserve our money and attention?

>Linux is great because operating systems based on it can adapt to various hardware configurations -- from meager low-powered computers to hardcore gaming PCs. Android phones are Linux-based, so it should not be surprising that Samsung is keen on transforming some of its Galaxy phones and tablets into makeshift Ubuntu desktops with the use of hardware docks and its DeX software. Called "Linux on DeX," it was announced last year (as "Linux on Galaxy"), but you can now finally sign up to beta test it.

>"When it was first demoed at last year’s Samsung Developer Conference in San Francisco, Linux on DeX generated significant buzz within the developer community by presenting a simple and convenient way to use Samsung DeX to build apps within a Linux development environment. The combination of Samsung DeX and the Linux on DeX app adds new levels of flexibility to developers’ work by allowing them to connect their Galaxy device [Note 9 and Tab S4 for now] to a monitor using just an HDMI adapter, and instantly enjoy a fuller computing experience when on the go," says Samsung.

>The Galaxy-maker further explains, "Linux on DeX frees developers from their desks by allowing them to access a PC-like Linux development environment anytime, anywhere. The app enables them to work on both Android and Ubuntu-based Linux distributions. Samsung provides a modified version of Ubuntu for Linux on DeX users, and has been working closely with Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, to provide the best experience."

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You gotta get a better Ubuntu if you want to be safe, Joey.


Fagioli is nothing but a botnet marketer


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ADATA announces svelte and speedy UE700 Pro USB 3.1 flash drive

By Brian Fagioli

>Even though cloud storage is ubiquitous these days, I still love a good ol' USB flash drive. They are great for installing various Linux distributions -- it is handy to have, say, Fedora and Ubuntu install media ready to go. But also, sometimes -- for various reasons -- you may just need to share files offline.

>Today, ADATA launches a beautiful new USB Type-A flash drive. Called "UE700 Pro," it is very fast and slim. It features a retractable design, which I prefer -- there is no cap to lose. Best of all, it is offered in capacities up to 256GB.

>"Employing USB 3.1 the UE700 Pro sports fast read/write speeds of up to 360/180MB per second. That means users can transfer a 4GB high-resolution movie file in a speedy 22 seconds . Also, in an era of 4K videos, there can never be too much storage capacity. Therefore the UE700 comes with up to 256GB of storage capacity so users can capture hi-res photos and videos without fear of running out of space," says ADATA.

>The company further says, "The drive features a capless design where the USB connector is concealed in a compact body, fully protected without the need for a drive cap. A simple thumb swipe forward makes it ready to use, and the reverse motion stows the connector for storage or travel. What’s more, it sports an ultra-thin 7mm form factor and an elegant brushed aluminum surface that highlights the sleek concentric lines that emanate from the beautiful blue LED indicator. A lanyard hole offers convenience and personalization allowing users to attach the UE700 Pro to a lanyard or keychain for easy carrying, or accessorizing."

>ADATA shares the following specifications.

Capacity: 32GB / 64GB / 128GB / 256GB 
Color: Black
Dimensions (L x W x H): 63 x 23 x 7mm / 2.5 x 0.9 x 0.3"
Weight: 11g / 0.4oz
Interface: USB 3.1 (backward compatible with USB
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Post your retro/outdated computer stuffs

>Discuss old hardware

>Discuss uses for old hardware

>Post information about old hardware


I'll start

>imac G5

>pic related

>old as shit pc that is effectively obsolete

Anons in a previous thread mentioned using it as a home server or by installing some kind of linux on it but the tubes have no information pertaining to this particular model.

Thoughts? Suggestions?

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>It doesn't have a bios to boot like that. You need the proper type of image. PPC =/= IBM-like PCs.


Burn that .iso to a DVD.

If its an new world mac reboot it and hold down "C". It will boot.

While it is booting I suggest you read up on the ISO9660, ISO/IEC 13346, and ECMA-167 specifications.


After you read up on what a .iso is I suggest you read up on what OpenFirmware is.

>>You fucking idiot.

The only idiot here is you.


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I suppose you could probably find an SD card interface for it. Those would be just as expensive as one of the actual floppy drives, but it'd be easier to track down software that way.

didn't expect to see atari XL users among the furry christian community


Don't forget that you can make it boot from a USB drive with the right firmware commands.


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I collect PDAs



Classy. Or, as they would say about 20 years ago, fexxay.



Nice. I've got a sony clie running palm software that I use regularly, and also a casio digital diary that I don't use so much anymore. The clie syncs with my XP laptop and also works with USB pass through to a VM. Palm Desktop is my favorite calendar software.

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