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vlc or mpc-hc?
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>>61510469
fags rly can into design
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The amount of time you weeb faggots spend agonizing over mpv scripts and arguing over placebo quality differences between autism player 1 and 2 and their derivatives... fuck, download vlc and get on with your lives
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mpc-qt
thanks anon
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VLC A SHIT
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>>61511057
Bananas so good.

Do law enforcement agencies really spend time to make these bomb-ass grafix to boast about their busts?
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>>61511030
It's war between corporations and hackers/crackers/dealers/vendors/etc.

So yeah.

And aren't a lot of the second group now working for the first? so they know how to do it in bomb ass style

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Previous thread: >>61482147

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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>>61510901
Maybe it’s true, it’s rather hard to swallow though.
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>>61510857
>I am intelligent enough
sure thing sweetie
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>>61506330
I think the basics of vim are easy but really not intuitive so it requires you to learn it (for example you can play vimtutor). To copy something you press "v" to go into visual mode and then move your cursor around (using hjkl or arrows) until everything you want to copy is marked. Then you press "y" to yank the marked lines and then "p" to paste them.

I dunno how it works in Nano or Emacs (which is usually highly customized as well and as far as I understand it people only love it because of it's customization).All of them are fine but I prefer vim which is solely based on the fact that I haven't tried anything else. And like I said, it requires a bit of time investment (not a lot really) to learn it but it's nothing complicated.
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>>61510832
Stop spreading FUD.
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>>61510857
Install Debian. It comes entirly free, is the base for Ubuntu and has a large community.

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What's the most cyberpunk programming language and linux distro?
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>>61510412
Stop
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>>61510426
Only reason I tripfagged was because I was testing the color, sorry.
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>>61510108
I agree with Perl, kinda agree with OpenBSD too but only for the looks, the developers make stuff unsafe.
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>>61509620
C & Debian/FreeBSD
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>>61509620
>Go and Android. Evil monopoly pushing their shitware and ideals is most cyberpunk.

this

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Redpill me on Java speed.

is it fucking slow?
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>>61510349
Obviously he's asking if the open source implementation OpenJDK is slower than the proprietary version developed by Oracle
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>>61509525
Why do you hate Java so much you keep making these hate threads?
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>>61509727
Your bait is shit.
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(part 1) Here's the redpill:
Java can be as fast as a compiled language like C and C++ in most instances but there are big asterisks next to this claim.
Java is first compiled into bytecode, and then further JIT compiled into native code, and if the JVM determines it necessary, to even further optimize sections of native code up to around the equivalent of gcc's "-O3" optimization. On the first pass (when a class is just loaded), the JVM will run at interpreted speeds because it has to interpret the bytecode first before it can JIT compile it. After that, after many iterations (usually thousands) of the code being called by the program, it'll determine critical areas in need of further optimization and then performs it. This is what's call the "warming up" phase of a JVM managed program; it's not running at it's full potential until after the optimizations are performed, and if a piece of code is rarely called, then potentially none are done because the JVM thinks what's the point?
Another aspect to Java's speed which actually makes it faster than C or C++ programmer written by a not very good programmer is how memory is allocated. Object creation in Java is extraordinarily fast. Much faster than calling "malloc/destroy" or C++'s "new/delete" operators. The reason being that the latter two are making OS calls to get/return memory, whereas the JVM is accessing memory it already has (it got this pool of memory when the program first started), and only calls the OS for more memory when it doesn't have enough. The JVM never releases memory back to the OS even after it removes objects because it keeps that memory for its own later use if need be. This is the reason Java applications appear to be bloaty in memory, but it's really an optimization for extremely fast memory access when creating objects and garbage collection. You can actually do this in C and C++ too, but the average /g/ordo probably doesn't know how.
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>>61511045
(part 2) With the above said, the advantages and disadvantages are clear. Java is excellent for programs that require high performance that run for a very long time because it can take advantage of all the JIT optimizations that would be immediately lost if the program were terminated. It's found a niche in server space since those apps can take advantage of its high performance given their nature without having to write difficult C++ code. Where Java sucks is in applications that require high performance but are constantly shut down and restarted. Think video games and mobile apps (which is why they moved away from JIT compilation in Android in favor of AOT in recent versions, because this shit was slow to start and would eat battery to get up to speed).

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What does this speedometer mean? Is it how much my internet speed is being reduced? How much of my regular speed internet I'll have? Server load? It doesn't say and I can't google it.
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Hey what site/program is this?
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>>61509278
this

what site is this?
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>>61509288
>>61509295
It's NordVPN
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>>61509278
That seems unlikely
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>>61511004
>It's NordVPN
If it's a VPN, it's server load probably. It's at 28% of server capacity.

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I need an ip blocker. Any recommendations? I don't know too much about this stuff - I'm just trying to hide from eBay.

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What the fuck man, why do I have to solve five captchas to post now?
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>>61508069
Not denying the javascript jew
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>>61510803
Whatever, I can only speak for myself, low IQ correlates pretty good with underachievement in my case.
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>>61510905
>snopes

Although I don't know anything about the pic and don't care about the subject, the fact that Snopes says it's fake really convinced me the pic is 100% real. Snopes, along with CNN and other MSM outlets, are the very definition of fake news.
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>>61510965
(you)
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>>61510965
The article provides you with sources to verify the picture is fake

>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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>>61510742
A high/low pass filter can be an element in a crossover, but a band-pass filter is the definition of a crossover. There can also be other elements to a crossover such as baffle step correction and forms of analog signal processing.
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>>61508855
faggots ;_;
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>>61510742
Also I forgot to mention the importance of zobel networks in modern passive crossovers.
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>>61510145
40-50mm are fine by me, it's just that those look like overears no matter which size on pictures, I know it's different irl, at least with the 1000s

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Back to the regular programming, but still shilling. All text is a WIP.

>A not very serious compilation of trailers demonstrating current VR
https://vimeo.com/222520924

>I'm not sure I believe the hype.
The only way to truly understand VR is to experience it (and not only that, but the good headsets with the good software). If you're skeptical, try a live demo and make up your own mind. Or keep reading for a comprehensive overview.

>Where can I try it?
https://pastebin.com/FfRKyyFN

>Overview of VR
>Should be a REQUIRED reading, even if you know about VR
https://pastebin.com/1PqZfhAW


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>>61508684
Does VRChat work without motion controls?
I could teach my friends how to use Vridge but they won't have controllers.
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>>61509648
Yes, you don't even need vr to play
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>>61508996
No. The only time it might get even close to that is white text on black backgrounds.
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>>61509926
Rad
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>Order Oculus from their site a week ago
>Still on "Order"

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Screenfetch thread.
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>>61510835
you're clearly underage, just thought the mods should know
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>>61510841
>you're clearly underage
XD
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hello
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/Cyb/er/sec/urity general is for the discussion of anything and everything related to cyberpunk and cybersecurity.

What is cyberpunk?
>https://pastebin.com/jS37Vu7A

Nothing to hide? - The importance of a cyberpunk mindset applied to a cybersecurity skillset.
>https://youtu.be/pcSlowAhvUk

Resources:
Cyberpunk:
Cyberpunk directory:
>https://pastebin.com/9JaJFqB2
Cyberpunk resources:
>https://pastebin.com/7DWCsAc8


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>>61509793

link?
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>>61510014
Pointless since it got trashed.
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>>61491300
from experience, this is sound advice
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is anybody here working/reversing malware or RE in general?
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>>61510014
It decided that most people where here for /cyb/ and didn't mind sharing space with /sec/. Which is exactly the problem, we have a bunch of larpers posting pepes and being general shitposters doing nothing but decrease the quality of the thread. I have not seen a single /cyb/ post that has had any substance and improved the general discussion, all we've done is import a bunch of shitposters to bump the thread for us. This is still the best general on the board, but it used to be better.

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Give me a reason not to buy this keyboard.
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>>61507021
Silicone, got then from Massdrop
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>>61508811
Wrong post linked
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>>61505513
>What are 3 programmable layers?
a meme. see >>61507503
It's literally fucking useless for any type of productive work.
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>>61510937
>>61510976
any good? what do they feel like?
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>>61505007
looks uncomfortable, where's the wrist rest?

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Sup /g/

What are your favorite hostnames?
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>>61505033
How did you make this image?
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>>61505127
This. I don't have enough computers to get creative with hostnames.
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>>61506511
>>61469809
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>>61504413
SERVER
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>>61505433
>>61505057
Couldn't you do both have split view or split horizon or whatever they call it DNS?

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I want to install a systemd free distro on my system. How do I go about it? Gentoo, CloverOS, Devuan or Void Linux?
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>>61507347
Both of them support all power management functions.
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>>61508262
Here's the one I use https://github.com/ying17zi/vim-live-latex-preview
>not to be confused with vim-latex-live-preview

It's pretty comfy desu
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>>61508352
Thank you anon
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>>61504515
Devuan ftw
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>>61506204
Alpine is pretty good, but you'll have to create some of your own packages.



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