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Buddy and me were trying to make an IRC server in Java but we can't seem to make it past our LANs. Are we retarded poo in loos or do we need to use another language?
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>>68153454
Doesn't upnp have security risks associated with it?
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>>68153452
A SYN packet is the initial part of a TCP connection handshake, it is short for "synchronize". Its exact purpose for TCP is unrelated toy why I brought it up, but from a NAT standpoint, your router will see that packing on its way out and create a tranlation entry that routes traffic from the packets destination back to the same socket that sent the SYN.
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>>68153501
Longer and direct answer to the question
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transmission_Control_Protocol#Connection_establishment
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>>68153256
shameless bump. Any advice in the right direction is appreciated.
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>>68153704
just forward a fucking port. you need 6669 TCP

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So I've been using this noscript captcha option in 4chan X and it's pretty nead, but is there a way to enable it on all websites?

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I wonder. I've also learned that lithium is highly reactive and has been used in thermonuclear weapons and more.

It's an irony isn't it, when they mine an explosive, and encourage people to carry it round with them, all the time.

Do they plan on changing this for something a little less doomsday?
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>>68150813
lmao you should probably know something about what you're talking about before posting on a board full of autists. There is absolutely zero chance you could turn a pocket sized betavoltaic battery into a bomb without tearing it apart, refining the fuel into an enriched form, and using it to build an actual bomb. Added protip: Refining nuclear fuel is a crazy difficult task and the "build a bomb" step is similarly difficult. Doing these things takes hundreds of millions of dollars.
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>>68152803
>>68152868
Li Ion batteries are dangerous.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_8QGBv4v7E
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>>68150783
the only way to make lithium dangerous is being a chimpancee/black person
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>>68153228
>li-ion
>li-po
Different things
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>>68150833
>nothing, because that's not how critical mass works.
Moreover lithium absorbs neutrons stopping chain reactions. But when it absorbs neutron and transmute into tritium, wich can fusion with deuterium producing energy and excess neutrons.
But the main danger is that it burn fast as a mrta and produce an hightly caustic soda

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>*takes your linux ""battle station"" and throws it into the trash
>heh nothing personal kid
>put a new macbook pro with maxed out ram on the table
>heh that's how pros do it at Google

Wwyd?
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>>68133946
Is this what the average BSD user looks like?
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>>68140351
to run a TempleOS virtual machine on Ubuntu
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>>68132085
thanks for the free computer. i am gl;ad to be an employee here at google. when can i earn my t shirt?
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Take my Linux machine out of the trash and then repeatedly beat the guy's skull in with his Macbook for daring to touch my stuff.
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>>68143112
Ehhh... she's on the medium-high side of average, which is about the best most of /g/ can hope for.

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How often do you clean your mousepad?
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I don't use a mousepad, I don't see the point.
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>>68133924
Based & Trackballpilled

>>68141538
Embarrassing & Bluepilled
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>>68133778
I had a few fancy deskmat mousepads and some generic ones and none of them have worked nearly as well as my bare desk with a bunch of different mice laser and optical. I miss mousepads.
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>>68133924
The build quality for this feels pretty mediocre/cheap but for the price I can't say it wasn't expected. Trackball usage itself is ok/10 might try to get the one thats operated by two fingers rather than my thumb at some point.
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>>68150426
That's disgusting.. all I have on my pad is just like OPs, dead skin. I don't spill shit on it every now and then.

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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.

Resources: Please spend at least a minute to check a web search engine with your question.

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>>68153071
Probably because 7z is retarded and doesn't take in a list of input, so instead of feeding it a list you need to loop it. There's a bunch of different ways but this one should work
>find . -maxdepth 1 -exec 7z t {} \;
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>>68153337
Thanks!
I'll give that a try as soon as my HDD is done having backups moved onto it.
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guys, i think im retarded. im trying to install nerd-fonts but i cant get x11 to see my fonts. i see the fonts in fc-list, they have a fonts.dir and fonts.scale, ive fc-cache'd, and ive xset +fp'd. but all said and done, i see the fonts in fc-list but not xlsfonts. pls halp
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What's a good audiophile/music production distro?
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>>68153643
gentoo studio if youre antipoettering

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How are my fellow beach side anons holding up?

How many PC parts have you seen die to the deadly hands of sea breeze this last year?

Countryfags need not apply.
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>>68149508
My beach friends have never complained about this
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I live in Hawaii and I've never had this happen. Granted I'm up in the hills, but still.
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>>68149508
I hope rising sea levels will drown you and your ilk

Does anyone else just want their super fast data speed and not care about the rumored health effects?
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>>68151721
I don't really care about it, I don't need or use high speed data when I'm not at home. When I am home on the other hand I have a Gbit fiber connection, so I don't need high speed mobile here either.
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bump. because this is serious and more important than whatever love affair people have with their military devices.
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I don't really care because I want to die anyway.
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>>68152915
this
I think this is probably a good thing anyway.
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>>68151895
hemp oil brah
move to canada

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Testing my new UV-5R variant with a storebought FRS/GMRS radio. I am on the correct frequency for transmit/receive, but it seems to just transmit a screaming tone.

I can hear the store radio fine, but whenever I transmit using the Baofeng, the other radio just screams a high-pitched tone. Tried diff frequencies/channels and same thing.

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Athlon 200GE
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>>68153597
Just buy an old prebuilt PC/workstation, and get a better system for the same price, or less than whatever you could make with that CPU op.

You're a child if yours looks different.
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>>68142948
fixed it for you
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>>68147419
This. All the empty space fags here just make their shit more cumbersome to actually interact with. Carelessly wasting space to chase """aesthetics"""" spits at the face of minimalism.
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>>68143650
Woman detected
>shit taste
>bringing in social activity
>"clothes"
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>>68142974
My nigga
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>>68142948
>Empty calendar
Get a job you fucking child

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/cyb/erpunk:
The Cypherpunk Manifesto https://www.activism.net/cypherpunk/manifesto.html
The Cyberpunk Manifesto http://project.cyberpunk.ru/idb/cyberpunk_manifesto.html

"What is cyberpunk?" https://pastebin.com/hHN5cBXB

Cyberpunk directory (Communities, Media, Readings) https://pastebin.com/VAWNxkxH
Cyberpunk resources (Miscellaneous) https://pastebin.com/Dqfa6uXx

/cyb/ ftp: ftp://50.31.112.231/pub/

/sec/urity:
The Hacker Manifesto: http://phrack.org/issues/7/3.html
The Guerilla Open Access Manifesto: https://archive.org/stream/GuerillaOpenAccessManifesto/Goamjuly2008_djvu.txt


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>>68151331
iirc the FTP can't handle files >10MB
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>>68150096
Ugh, no i didn't know about it but now I have to look.
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>>68125222
the second part of your comment leads me to believe you wouldn't be able to construct a curve yourself... can you rephrase your question?
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>(in)Security is Eating the World
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsCRQwLPwc8
Theory vs. Practice: We need to stop thinking in academic theory and moving into practices the common people will follow.

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>>68138595
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bump
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How come I never see Screenfetch with Windows?
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>>68152901

But I do
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>>68152901
Because most windows users are tech illiterate coming from /v/

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I use ttrss, I have a lot of subscription to local news and sometimes, repeated, one news in one entry for every feed. A lot of news I don't care to read, like some sports related.

I want to achieve this:
1- use a way to find those entry that I don't care and mark them as read
2- Find entries to mark them with a tag

like IA, machine learning?
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tinytiny rss has filters exactly for that.
you can find the Sports tag in the title or content tags and have them automatically marked as read, deleted or you can lower the "score" so those articles appear beneath the other articles even if chronologically the filtered articles are newer.
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>>68153156
i was thinking about just making my own rss client and not having to deal with all that gay shit. still might do it
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>>68153279
Oh yes, I use them a lot, and now I see that they are insufficient, i.e. "donald trump" keyword may appear in an article with "angela merkel" and label it with "politic" tag, or with "kanye west" and label it with a "music" tag.
This is my problem, a semantic problem, sense of the article.

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Good alternative to Chromium? Chromium is extremely botnet and Firefox is becoming a beta test for botnet implementation
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>>68152817
>What makes Firefox different that you can disable any single outgoing connection request by literally setting couple flags which are all documented by Mozilla officially and elaborately.
False
Internal flaws and awful day 1 security issues
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>>68152529
palemoon/waterfox
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>>68152821
>arch
thats a yikes from me desu senpai
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>>68152529
Do you have any more pics of the subhumans of the left?
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>>68152742
/thread




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