>>14352 It just so happened that a few months before 8chan was kill, nano was created and shilled on 8/tech/. I feel like most people ended up there and it was really nice, until that retard somewhere above me decided to bump the old imported thread on 8kun and shill in a few places, bringing in an influx of braindead retards. So that's the story, rn it's hard to say where everyone is, but I suspect that some defected back to 4/g/ and more hardcore ones ended up on several danknet obscure imageboards.
Ok, I know Java, Soython, JS, a bit PHP, C and Bash.
Idk just wanted to learn a new lang, to replace all these soylangs I know, thought about Rust and Go.
What is your opinion on that? Should I go for Rust or Go?
>>14358 stay the fuck away from gay jew nigger languages. forget the first three you said you know. forget the two you thought about learning. what's the point of replacing gay jew nigger languages with other gay jew nigger languages? stick with C. ada and pascal are good languages. perl is a good language. lisp is a good language. it is hard to make c++ a good language so it should be avoided.
Is this the general programming learning thread? If so I have some thoughts and would like advice from the masters.
Already have a somewhat good foundation in C, and I'm planning on learning C++ later. Want to use it for general applications and a bit of game development down the line. I'm learning Vulkan too, but that isn't really related in any way and I don't really care about OpenGL or DirectX at the moment.
Any advice while learning C++? I've already got the book C++ Primer open and I've started that. It feels pretty shitty to be honest, but my C knowledge is filling in the gaps, so luckily I'm not being left behind (too much...). How's Go as an alternative to C++?
>hurr durr js bad >yet somehow does not have any problem with this horseshit where if JS is off and you press post and it opens a new page to fill out a captcha which if you fail you have to go back and hit refresh >hurr durr js bad >yet somehow does not have any problem with what happens when you disable JS on 8gag: the post button opens a download dialog to get a text file saying "please go to https://sys.8kun.top/dnsbls_bypass.php to fill out a captcha" <hurr durr thats only 8kun >it was like that on 8gag since the beginning >8cuck has also pointlessly required referer [sic] header, which is the sole reason (((googzilla))) waited until 2020 to deprecate it >instead of proper style everyone and their dog has been able to get right since the 90's: having a captcha right under the post field >also requires cookies whereas above would only need a cookie if you want to post twice with the same ephemeral session
The last piece of Google's web: Google Domains .app domains available for registration https://www.registry.google/ - Mar 29 - May 1: Trademark holders can register .app domains (known as the "Sunrise" period).
- May 1 - May 8: Anyone can register available .app domains for an extra fee (known as the "Early Access" period).
- May 8 and onwards: Anyone can register available .app domains (known as “General Availability").
Now you can use your Google browser run on a Google operating system on a Google device connected to a Google router and Google Fiber to access a website which is hosted on Google servers, reachable by Google domain using a Google DNS server, verified and authenticated by Google certificate authority.
Google is planning on being the registry for many new top level domains including these: .ZIP .MOV .MEME What do you think about this?
Charleston Road Registry Inc. d/b/a Google Registry
Why do you think this part of the company uses a pseudony which doesn't include "Google"?
Buy TLDs? OpenNIC can just refuse to acknowledge anything that google does and simply override .meme with their own records. They could even do the same with .com, .net, and .org but then nobody would use their DNS because that would break most websites. But .meme is literally a meme so who gives a shit.
Instead of going out of the way and making extra unnecessary effort to write a garbage fail web site, why not stick with standard HTML forms and POST and always Just Work on any fucking browser made in the last 20 years?
Linux is a meme operating system for meme people, literally everyone I know that considers themselves a "serious Linux user" is either completely retarded or just a living Reddit-Meme on legs with an extra bit of cancer on top. Why do freeshits think they're hot shit for using an unusable and unmaintainable piece of shit and getting on everyone's nerves with it?
>>14367 >>14369 I don't even want any of that desktop bloat. I did everything possible to configure my system for tty framebuffer use. A 486 or older PC with DOS would be better, but this is the best I can do at this late clownworld stage, where sometimes I have to startx and run the firefox piece of shit browser.
>>14362 I can't stand the Gtk shit that paved the way for max bloatage of Linux with freedesktop.org garbage. Not that Qt is any better. All those graphical shits are lame, and X should have stuck with just Athena to keep normies away.
For encryption, I don't need full disk, just some confidential password and personal records encrypted. But any OS can do this, even DOS.
>>14335 What you were witnessing was clearly a halfhearted /sp/ get probe. The pornsnark responses were from a /tech/ (semi-)regular though. One has to roll with some humor in these situations.
As for the BO, he is either too busy laughing his ass off at all the sidelong banter, or he's up and done dropped the Covid pill.
Anyways, nothing much else to see here for now, nor for the immediate future it seems.
I have Tor Browser which runs its own Tor instance. I also have Tor explicitly installed on my Linux system. Should I start up and run the Tor service in addition to using the Tor Browser, even though I technically don't need to? Is this more secure and robust and, if so, why?
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if I want to run a home server for e-mail and streaming a video from the server to say my ps3 or something, do I need anything special? is there a good guide for retards? I have a spare computer and I'm tempted to run a debian server on there but don't really know what to do past that.
any tips or pointers or links to related materials would be helpful and appreciated. and trust me when I say I'm retarded and don't know where to start.
Hello there, I am used to use Void Linux, I am pretty ok with that distros and it runs perfectly fine, in past days I tried out some BSDs, OpenBSD, NetBSD, FreeBSD and such, they were ok, but I wouldn't like them as my daily driver. So I installed Void Linux on my Desktop again and I am pretty ok with it. On my other machine, a Thinkpad x140e, I ran Arch Linux atm, mainly for the sole propose of gayming, I needed something new on it, the Arch install was already a year old. Maybe because the memes, but also because I finally wanted to get in touch with it, I installed Gentoo Linux. But as I used it, it does not feel like that what I excepted, Gentoo felt more like a lot of work, idk, what is your opinion on that?
>>14346 No. We used to had this one poster who would make the same style of posts all over and make people roll their eyes whenever he posted a few months ago. He repeated the same things all over and no one laughed. Everyone would recognize him.
As the subject says. It's been entered into their custom "bitch at the user with a popup until they disable it" database. To be fair to the developer, he has solid reasons for his stance. I'll try to summarize as there is a lot of misinformation and emotion out there fogging the issue.
1) The Palemoon project does not have enough developer juice to debug other software and addons.
2) Various users: "[website] does not work with Palemoon. Fix your shit, Moonman!"
3) Moonman: "Known issue. Stop being morons and disable NoScript. Thank you, and have a nice day."
4) Various users: "We did. Same problem. Fix your shit."
5) Moonman: "Oh. That's an actual issue with Palemoon then. I'm on it!"
6) Much hacking and cracking and time and talent are expended to no effect. Surprise! NoScript does not follow the standard of letting go of the browser when disabled. It lingers on. It has to be completely uninstalled with an added cache clearing operation on top of that.
7) Moonman: "It's NoScript. Get rid of it. Have a nice day."
8) Various users: "No. FIX YOUR SHIT!"
9) Moonman: "Crush. Kill. DESTROY!"
If you roll with my simplification you can see his point.
I have two observations. First, quite a few sites have a technical support checklist that runs like this: "What browser are you using? Palemoon? Oh good! We have two fixes you may choose from. One, use another browser. Two, go away and do not come back."
>>14308 Well, there seems to be some awareness and positivity for non-gui command line browsers. Lynx and the like.
UnGoogled Chromium is also viable. What the project needs a little more of are system package manager repositories. Even more so, extension management killed my enthusiasm. However, the "chromium-web-store" appears to have finally solved that problem. At a guess, UGC would probably be our board's other recommendation for general use.
Dunno. I ran UGC for a few months with a variety of annoyances, but absolutely none of the issues you are seeing. The question was what would this board recommend, of which my reading of the board suggests a pretty limited short list of browsers are acceptable, a la spyware.neocities.org. Personally, I'm a lot more flexible with my own choices, although I have to spend some time changing the internal settings and getting the right addons for other less-than-perfect privacy degraded browsers. And, in any event, I came back around to Palemoon.
Oh, and, in a bit of a facepalm moment, it turns out I've been using nMatrix on all but one of my PM installs. Not uMatrix. So my entry bitching about the status of uMatrix is all of a nothing burger. Apparently there's been viable forks of uMatrix having gone mainstream for a long time now. Like, long before Raymond Hill's announcement. So, with that admission, it's time to get me back to derping about on dese interwebz...
Alright, could anyone give me a basic bitch primer on dark web for little babbies? My knowledge at the moment is limited to Tor, and the onion addresses for the hidden wiki, and the onion address for Endchan. I'm starting to realize given how every site I liked has been shut down, switched domains, DDOSed, put on watchlists, or made 'registration only' on clearnet channels (a sidenote: I would have thought this would have happen to the porn sites I visit, but oddly enough, those are A-OK on clearnet) that I need to go ahead and plan for the future and just move whole-hog to Dark Web. To those who wil say I'm a little late to figuring this out: you're right. Here's what I would like if anyone can supply it:
- What are all the darkweb channels? Tor, I2P, Zeronet, Freenet....am I missing any?
- Any basic tips on general usage/quickstarts for each channel. Pros/cons of each.
- Good starter websites for each. I'm particularly interested in news/forums, and any libertarian websites.
NNTPchan rocked. From a user's perspective it was just an onion address like any other chan. Its only drawback was that its primary site went niggers niggers niggers its da jooz all the fucking time in every thread you tried to make. Its only technical drawback (for some) was that it went V3 only.
>>13865 There are (were) some websites with clearnet/Tor/I2P addresses, just like normal (centralized) chans. The admins of those websites had the NNTP software running the background, so everything got sync'd between their nodes.
Quite frankly the web nature is unnecessary and it should just be straight text like Usenet, with some binary groups. No fucking web interface! Just plain old news readers, like before everything went full nigger.
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As you get older you will realize that you were not nearly as clever as you thought you were. It will dawn on you that people were seeing right through you and, if you are lucky, you will cringe and facepalm and learn from the painful memories of those times when ...
Hi guys, I'm the new board owner. I claimed this board because it was dead and there aren't that many alt /tech/ boards on the intertubes. I'm planning on bringing new life to this board, shilling it a little here and there.
But enough about me; what do you think of this board? Any change you would like to see? I already removed all the bans and the captcha and stuff like that.
A static IP is always better unless you are attracting some unwanted attention. Even then, a dynamic proxy in front of the static server is the modern answer.
I've run stuff back in day from home, including an email server. In today's world, it's a really bad idea. Especially so if you are trying to learn how to run something like this securely. Or, even worse, just starting out. For $5 a month you can fuck around on a low-end server with the OS of your choice off site. There's even cheaper solutions out there too. That way, when someone pwns your shit, at least your home stuff is not wide open to them.
If you want to run something strictly non-public from home, then what you want to learn is fwknop. And, probably, keep it dynamic as well.