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ITT: your favourite tech video

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This thread is dedicated to the discussion of algorithms and applications of cryptography.

Which algorithms do you think that will win the CAESAR competition? I am cheering for Keyak/NORX
Which are your favourite hash/stream/cipher/mac/asymmetric functions? Keccak/Chacha20, Poly1305, SPHINCS for me.
Do you use full-disc encryption?
Do you use OpenPGP?
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>>61071159
>OpenPGP
I plan to soon. Is there a good tutorial?
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>>61071299
Using gpg for ssh auth: https://incenp.org/notes/2015/gnupg-for-ssh-authentication.html
Creating a keypair and other things (I have not used these tutorials but many have suggested them): https://futureboy.us/pgp.html and https://alexcabal.com/creating-the-perfect-gpg-keypair/
In general:
Try to use 3kib+ keys with dsa/rsa
If you want to use ECC crypto pass --expert and --full-gen-key and then select curve25519 from the options
Create different subkeys for signing, authentication and encryption
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>>61071331
Also https://www.gnupg.org/documentation/howtos.html
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>>61071331
I think I heard you can also use these with passwords to login to place? Like a master password?

Is that possible or I understood them wrong?

Maybe something like, storing your passwords in a file instead of a physical page?
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>>61071342
You can encrypt your private keys with passwords if you want, gpg will ask you about it when you are creating a key. You still need to have your private keys with you however, you can't just use passwords as replacements.

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Welcome to /fglt/ - Friendly GNU/Linux Thread.

Users of all levels are welcome to ask questions about GNU/Linux and share their experiences.

*** Please be civil, notice the "Friendly" in every Friendly GNU/Linux Thread ***

Before asking for help, please check our list of resources.

If you would like to try out GNU/Linux you can do one of the following:
0) Install a GNU/Linux distribution of your choice in a Virtual Machine.
1) Use a live image and to boot directly into the GNU/Linux distribution without installing anything.
2) Dual boot the GNU/Linux distribution of your choice along with Windows or macOS.
3) Go balls deep and replace everything with GNU/Linux.

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>>61071349
>why is this file so big
That's what she said
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>>61071349
In this case they are side effects of social and organizational problems. Context is important.
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>>61071364
>Intel compiler.
Try to compile anything useful with this non-free shit. And enjoy Intlel spying on you through backdoors they put in your program.

>Microsoft Word.
kek, I'd sooner use Wordpad.
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>>61071373

>In this case they are side effects of social and organizational problems.
No, they are not. Not until you prove how they are by proving the lack of their technical merit. You obviously can't do that, as already mentioned.

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Does this look dumb?
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>>61071174
Thanks anon, I appreciate your feedback. I am completely blind to aesthetics so I can never really tell what looks good. I just kinda guess.
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>>61071235
Genuinely really nice and comfy
Maybe get rid of the Google bar and just spread out the icons a little more vertically, but seriously great as it is
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>>61071193
Yeah no problem Anon
What do you think of mine
>>61071112
?
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>>61062082
just keep it like that and remember which black squares are which.
other people won't figure out how to use it.

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Never seen one of those in here. might as well start one?

Discuss Mobile dev topics, Android, iOS and more are all welcome.

Help post links for beginners and hopefully make this into a permanent sub-forum like /wdg/
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>>61066007
>I want to start
Well, what's stoppin' ya? Do you have any questions?
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These threads should be called Streetshitter haven then
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>>61066007
read a book nigger

also this>>61066990
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>>61066387
Not yet. Just wanted to express interest in the thread and keep it alive. Also I haven't started yet due to procrastination.
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Currently full-time mobile dev working with React Native app.
Both love it and hate it

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>Headphone purchase advice:
http://pastebin.com/fYZLW7Ub

Please put some effort into your requests and questions.

If you dislike a suggestion, explain why and try giving a better suggestion to whomever asked.

For sub-$50 headphones and IEMs, check out the infographic in >>>/g/csg

>/g/ wiki headphone FAQ:
https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php?title=Headphones

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>>61071010
>32bit
>vinyl which has a theoretical maximum dynamic range of 80dB (more likely closer to 60dB)

:^)
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>>61071131
you need a 64 bit cpu to decode 64 bit audio
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>>61071199

24bit and higher Vinyl rips sound great because they are often from a pure analogue signal chain with very conservitive mastering - the dynamics aren't hammered to shit like pretty much every modern remaster

This isn't a technical signal noise argument. It's a human factors argument first and second one of pure source availability.

Out side of the big acts you won't find 24 hi def releases of most old material outside of the vinyl rip torrent community. It simply does not exist in an official capacity.

I am approaching 3tb of hi def rips - flac wv ape DSD - it's great - the availability of proper source material makes owning a proper hifi and dap worthwhile

Some people don't get it - like my friend with a megabuck full Naim system. His Naim CD2 power supply was worth more than my car - but it's 16 bit !


This # 1 a human factors argument nuThere are even plenty of unofficial master tape rips out there if you know where to look
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>>61071321
Then there's no reason to not use 16bit vinyl rips, especially when the noise floor is a ~maximum~ of 80dB below the signal.

>inb4 'muh dithering'
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>>61071245
No. It's not like that. It's internal mathematics so you don't discard information when you digitally chans the volume.

It's great. The 90's was so shit back then If you lowered the volume 6db digitally in a 16 bit space you threw away 1 bit of information. Internal 64bit processing stops this. Best thing to happen to digital audio you probably never have heard about.

T. Signals guy

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guys I've been having a strange issue with gnome-terminal, where after about 20 hours of uptime I can't launch it anymore. if i click it's icon, it tries to open, but closes out right after.

the weird thing is, if i press alt+f2, i can sudo gnome-terminal, and it launches fine as root. i tired running gnome-terminal 2> file.log but I don't get any error output. this is on Debian. any advice?
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See if another terminal does the same thing. Install XFCE terminal to test.
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>>61070395
>gnome-terminal
it's fucking garbage. i've experienced disappearing cursor when in vi mode and just installed xfce4 terminal and never used gnome one again.
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"dbus-update-activation-environment -- all" does the job
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>>61070395
did you check pstree?

>2017
>not using BS 1363-1:2016

Lmao
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>>61060031
>2017
>not using IEC 60309
>he loves to live life dangerously
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UK plugs master race.
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Did i tell you they have electric heated faucet in UK? Like... that's something they have latinos in shitty America.
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>>61069998
There was the majority of shitskins in that building. Shitskins are not master race as you can guess.
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>>61069998
Mark my words, it was done on purpose. Kensington and. Chelsea is the richest borough.
They wanted to get rid of the Pakis.

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>/g/ doesn't use a jet engine to cool his components
lmao
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>>61068578
this must be how intel tested the cooling solution of the x series
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>>61070834
>implying he didn't run tripcode explorer for seven months straight on mommy's prebuilt
also filtered
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>>61068578

>Not using an electric turbocharger to cool your CPU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rad7dKHZ-r0
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>>61068578
>not using fidget spinner to cool cpu
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>>61068578
Did someone say jet engine?

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Post your fetch
Lewd fetches are welcome (。>¤<。)
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>>61042525
Oh shit another Aboriginal, never thought I'd see the day
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>>61044019
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>>61048775
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>>61054174
>>61068381
scum
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>>61042502
Slackware best distro
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(not my main computer)

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This thread is for the discussion of NyaaPantsu (pantsu.cat), a free (FOSS) torrent indexer, and other nyaa alternatives.
The aim of this project is to write a fully featured nyaa.se replacement in golang that anyone will be able to deploy locally or remotely.

FAQ
>https://pastebin.com/Gq9MrJN5

Links
>https://pastebin.com/40aFT7CN

>Why is Pantsu down/error 502?
Most likely because the team is deploying changes. Wait for a bit and refresh the page. It should be mostly stable now.

General updates on the site

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Also who decided to use jsdelivr.net? this is no different from using bootstrap
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>>61071005
>>61071064
>.si and pantsu entry both by anon
It's a .si shill obviously doing it on purpose.
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>>61071111
It's a pretty good joke considering their usual failures. They should have put up a sukebei one too.
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>>61071254
Well I won't deny that.
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>>61071254
>They should have put up a sukebei one too.
Should only take a few minutes to make, it's all rather straight forward. Most amount of time is tracking down the right icon to use.

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>websites need an email from google, microsoft or yahoo to register
>the don't accept any other
why the fuck do they do this? reee
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>>61071113
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>>61062216
This ^
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>>61071078
>make it cool to be leftist
>make it cool to be a submissive person who hates themselves and is boot-licking humble
>being a literal loser is cool these days
Ayyyy
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>>61066053
I agree that this is annoying but it's one of the easiest and most reliable ways to check if someone is on a mobile device

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I can't decide.
Should I use Arch or Debian Unstable?
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Debian has honestly broke on me way more than arch ever has, and I'm not even talking about unstable im talking about testing and stuff
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>>61068452
Install (and maintain) Gentoo?
Ain't nobody got time for that!
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>>61068414
Don't use any other Debian branch than stable for production. If you miss updated packages, run stable with backports or move to Ubuntu. So, consider Arch vs Ubuntu.
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>>61071191
>production
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>>61068414
are you fucking kidding me?
this shit again?
use windows faggot
sage

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.js TLD when?

>old thread
>>61015075

>Discord / IRC
https://discord.gg/wdg
#/g/wdg @ irc.rizon.net
Web client: https://www.rizon.net/chat

>Getting started
Get a good understanding of HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
Everything you learn will have these as their base.
The Mozilla Developer Network offers a good intro (no matter your browser choice)
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Learn/Getting_started_with_the_web

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Guys, I have a serious question that has been bothering me. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua?
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>>61068399
I learned how to write a lisp interpreter in java
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>>61070005
http://giant-penis-license.org/
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>>61069915
that is relative. I'd be grateful to be offered 60k.
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>>61069915
Depends mostly on location, age is irrelevant, even bringing it up makes you sound retarded.

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Can someone recommend me a printer?

ink, laser?

what should I get?

Is there some /g/ approved printer?
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>>61069598
HP prints text better.
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https://www.cdwg.com/shop/products/HP-Color-LaserJet-Pro-M252dw-299-100-savings199-Ends-6-30/3663502.aspx?pfm=srh

then buy remanufactured toner replacements for it, like innovera
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>>61068884

Probably printers from the 90s, but some of them have tracking dots too
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>>61069500
then make a continuous ink system yourself.

rip the top of the printer off, drill holes through the tops of the ink cartridges and run fishtank tubing up to IV bags full of ink hanging over the top.
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>>61068040
Get yourself an office grade inkjet printer and fill it up with Chinese cartridges. Be careful when opening the cartridges because they're overflowing with ink, but they last way longer than "genuine" cartridges. Laser printer are more expensive, and you can't rely on the Chinese for toner refills, also prepare to print in grayscale because they don't make lasers for home. Home inkjets may seem appealing because of their nonexistant price, but they litterally take 20 seconds to print one page. The ink is also expensive, but that can be offset with Chinese cartridges.



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