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Alternative ISA Edition

READ THE WIKI! & help by contributing:
https://wiki.installgentoo.com/wiki/Home_server

>NAS Case Guide. Feel free to add to it:
https://wiki.installgentoo.com/wiki/Home_server/Case_guide

/hsg/ is about learning and expanding your horizons. Know all about NAS? Learn virtualisation. Spun up some VMs? Learn about networking by standing up a OPNsense/PFsense box and configuring some VLANs. There's always more to learn and chances to grow. Think you’re god-tier already? Setup OpenStack and report back.

>What software should I run?
Install Gentoo. Or whatever flavour of *nix is best for the job or most comfy for you. Jellyfin/Plex to replace Netflix, Nextcloud to replace Googlel, Ampache/Navidrome to replace Spotify, the list goes on. Look at the awesome self-hosted list and ask.

>Why should I have a home server?
/hsg/ is about learning and expanding your horizons. De-botnet your life. Learn something new. Serving applications to yourself, your family, and your frens feels good. Put your tech skills to good use for yourself and those close to you. Store their data with proper availability redundancy and backups and serve it back to them with a /comfy/ easy to use interface.

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>>99217163
>the rest are lxc's
docker won the container wars literally like 10 years ago. you should catch up some day
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>>99220672
seethe harder dockoid.
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>>99220672
I still prefer freebsd jails
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>>99221202
>deprecated tech
>from a deprecated OS
why
>>99220789
>you're seething
>replies seething
lol
>deprecated tech
why
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I'm going to create a samba share for a specific user, but disallow him from doing anything else except accessing the samba share. I don't want him to be able to SSH into the machine, use FTP, or interact with it outside of the single samba share he's allowed to use.

Given the above, is this command what I'd want:
sudo adduser --no-create-home --disabled-password --disabled-login --shell /usr/sbin/nologin sambausername

I don't really understand the difference between --disable-login and the -shell command. Are they both ok to use in this situation, or is one of them overkill? Is creating the user account and then making the samba password different from the user password enough?

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OP rework in progress, reply with suggestions.

How to request advice:
rentry.org/hpgdoc

>Headphone Power Calculator
www.headphonesty.com/headphone-power-calculator

Don't miss out on EQ
Bear in mind headphones may perform differently between units

Recommended programs:
Windows: EqualizerAPO (+ Peace)
Linux: EasyEffects
Android: Wavelet, Poweramp Equalizer, (Rootless)JamesDSP

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>>99221201
why would anyone ever ask for recs if we can just get almost any other headphone, just EQ it bro
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>>99221241
That's a good question.
My recommendation to anyone is to buy a comfortable, well-built headphone and EQ it to taste.
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>>99219110
>I adore my SRH840 but it is heavy (i use it for music production, i would suppose it isnt for heavy use but i did anyway), and the hinges are frail and will break after some years, and the leather on the earpads too. that said, i broke my old pair and i cant for the life of me buy another one locally (Philippines)
Damn, thanks for highlighting its problems. Cheers from Poland, anon
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Everyone shits on the he400se but I struggle to find anything better at a similar price
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>>99222505
I quite enjoy my HE-X4, ordered the Dekoni Sheepskin vented pads today.
Btw, is there a good replacement cable to use, or would it not matter that much?

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What 4chan userscripts do you use?
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>>99212239
Use 4chanXT, it's already integrated.
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I feel like 90% of the scripts ITT can be accomplished with just 4chanX
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Modified CSS a bit for the Tomorrow base theme, if anyone is interested for the style code just let me know.

>inb4 too dim
Windows doesn't take good HDR screenshots.
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>>99217625
literally the same file for me. what are you smoking?
$ wget -q https://i.4cdn.org/g/1709068021292453.png -O 1.png
$ wget -q "https://i.4cdn.org/g/1709068021292453.png?s=" -O 2.png
$ sha1sum 1.png 2.png
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>>99210966
>>99211387
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>>99211766
>nonfren radar
Just use Coincidence Pupper. The code is cleaner, lightweight and it doesn't use a random @resource JSON file hosted on catbox.


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Previous /sdg/ thread : >>99214565

>Beginner UI local install
Fooocus: https://github.com/lllyasviel/fooocus
EasyDiffusion: https://easydiffusion.github.io

>Local install
Automatic1111: https://github.com/automatic1111/stable-diffusion-webui
ComfyUI (Node-based): https://rentry.org/comfyui
AMD GPU: https://rentry.org/sdg-link#amd-gpu
Intel GPU: https://rentry.org/sdg-link#intel-gpu

>Use a VAE if your images look washed out
https://rentry.org/sdvae


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>>99221611
>a1111 sits at 1.6gb vram usage at idle
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You can really tell when an anon has been generating images for a significant amount of time
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>>99221698
no, I closed forge, that's my regular usage because I have a 4k screen :(
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>>99221727
>that's my regular usage because I have a 4k screen
lol what?
I have a 4k 240hz screen and it only uses .6gb idle at most
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>>99220936
Weird I just started watching unhappily ever after and I get the same bizarro MWC vibe watching that as I do looking at your pictures

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I've been using Blockda for a while, but apparently it's not recommended anymore die to it being closed source.

What is the best Ad/Tracker/Analytic blocker for mobile?
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>>99222621
You realize Firefox is available for Android and supports regular extensions like uBlock Origin?

You can also grab Adaway from F-Droid if you want it across all apps...
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>>99222621
Impossible. Tracking is inherent to the design of mobile phones
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>>99222621
TrackerControl probably

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Are there any ways I can make apps not snoop on me? Any apps or roms to do so? I just dont like them knowing my location, even if its "disabled"
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>>99220871
>industrywide
Feels good to be third world CHAD. Even banks use SMS 2FA
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>>99220476
>roms
LineageOS.
>apps
No apps, only a browser version from incognito mode of Ungoogled Chromium with all the anti-tracking extensions.
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>>99220674
>Just live in the woods at that point. It's the only way you will escape the goyslop.
just keep smartphones out of your life as much as possible, i'd say
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>>99220674
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GrapheneOS. it so effective even retards are hard to track or even hack

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Kills container niggers until they die.
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writing an entire book just to get your kemonomimi waifu on the cover. Based.
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>>99216950
nothing quite as metal as seeking the help of a person who spent 8 extra years in school to write you a permission slip for drugs that dont get you high, all so you can look pretty in a sun dress
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>>99219797
>seeking the help of a person who spent 8 extra years in school to write you a permission slip for drugs that dont get you high, all so you can look pretty in a sun dress
based and autogynepilled
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>>99219467
yep. she's an accomplished hacker and she's been in the Nix world since long before /g/ ever heard of it

nobody who is actually running Nix in production will give a shit about anything else
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>>99220235
>she
lol

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Memory unsafe languages will be illegal to use in the future. Using C will become no different than any kind of other engineering malpractice. Your time is running out chuds, tik tok.
https://www.whitehouse.gov/oncd/briefing-room/2024/02/26/press-release-technical-report/
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>>99208488
>white house
have you taken your new clotshot booster yet?
https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/speeches-remarks/2021/12/16/remarks-by-president-biden-after-meeting-with-members-of-the-covid-19-response-team/
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>>99208759
>rust
sure anon, big companies are so willing to use unproven technology just because someone said so

they're going to keep using Java and C# because that's the wise thing to do
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>>99213564
Rust compiler doesn't do jack shit when it comes to the important stuff where you have to use unsafe. In fact it does less than C++
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>>99222019
Not. Just Java, but Java 8
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>>99222019
Go AbstractUniverseFactorySingletonBeanForest yourself

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It's Joever
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AI is a search engine. It’s literally an advanced application of how search engines work, just with novel applications enabled by big data and high bandwidth. So an AI “programmer” just searches GitHub — same as a human programmer, except a human program has actual intelligence and is therefore equipped to filter out wrong or inappropriate results and to troubleshoot-fix code that doesn’t work when integrated. So, at most AI will be a tool to help programmers be more productive by speeding up the time it takes to find applicable code in GitHub and other repositories, spares the time needed to read the manual, wiki etc, for all the basic functional stuff.
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>>99219181
it's more like they want you to enlist for another world war to fuel the economy.
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>>99219789
>People who write kernel drivers and shit aren't getting replaced.
For now.
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>>99218031
the jacket is part of his body
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>>99218031
Then stfu and do it

Nobody cares

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>>99069065
Don't buy anything OTHER THAN IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad T, X, and W/P Series if you want the Real Business Experience™
>Other business laptops are welcome in /tpg/ (Dell Latitude/Precision, HP EliteBook/ZBook)

Why ThinkPad?
>Used machines are plentiful and cheap
>Excellent keyboards, tactile feel and quiet
>Great durability: magnesium roll cage for structural integrity, with high quality plastic body panels
>Utilitarian design: e.g. indicator LEDs, 7 row keyboard layout on older models
>Docking stations that easily turns your laptop into a desktop
>Easy to repair (most models), upgrade & maintain thanks to readily available service manuals for every model, spare parts easy & cheap to obtain
>Excellent Linux & *BSD support

ThinkWiki - General info about ThinkPads/specs
https://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/ThinkWiki

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>>99220063
T15p has corrected this but the fucking idiots put the USB on the mouse side
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>>99221576
Normalise USB-A on all sides.
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>>99221427
I spent 6 months waiting for 5 separate orders to show up from 5 different sources and they were all shitty fucking trash screens and not the fucking one I ordered.
Literally buy one, it comes, it's wrong, send it back, wait for return, but another one, repeat for 6 months.
I was going to fucking buy an ENTIRE LAPTOP just for the fucking panel and instead I just lost all motivation and interest in what I was doing and it basically killed the project thinkpad I was working on.

But sure have fun looking on the bright side of things
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>>99221222
>Can't go any lower than 17.3".
>I'd go bigger if I could.
No worry Anon. Could check the Dell Precision line in that case. There might be 17.3" Latitudes as well. Nothing against Thinkpads of course.
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>he doesn't have a custom high performance trackpoint from saototech

https://www.etsy.com/shop/SaotoTech

Posting until AV1 works on 4chan
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Disregarding any license question, which codec is objectively better
>AV1
>H.266/VVC
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>>99221918
av1:
- free patent license
- fast as shit encoder (svt-av1)
- fast as shit decoder (libdav1d)
- wide hardware support thanks to free patent license
- wide software support

vvc:
- patent/licensing situation worst yet for mpeg
- slow as shit encoder (it's a couple years newer, so it should hopefully get better)
- minimal hardware support since everyone went to av1 (the reason av1 even exists was so companies could avoid paying mpeg)
- nearly non-existent software support

vvc does beat av1 in compression when using the slowest presets, but only barely, and nobody really uses those presets because they're just way too slow, av1 beats vvc at tolerable speeds

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>>99221713
yea, it's boggling to think that av1 is also the fastest way to encode video out of all commonly used codecs, despite being some 15 years newer than h.264
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>>99163992
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>>99221781
>t. pixDAIZ
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>>99219327
that just means she's dumping photos straight from the iphone with 0 editing so she's putting the least effort possible into the thing that's making her money

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>be me, year 1 of CyberSec degree
>used to install viruses on purpose and fix computers when I was young, always knew i wanted to do something IT sec related
>always try to talk to ppl in class, start off convos with “so, why do you wanna do cybersecurity”
>most of them mention working at home
>the other half mentions getting six figures out of college
>only one who actively liked Cyber and played with Linux as a kid has his CCNA, CySA+ and Net+ already
>he makes 65k at 18, lives with parents still
>i recently got my sec+ and ax-900 cuz of him and now people are asking me how much money i make now cuz of it

Why does everybody want to do Cyber not because of the job, but because of the pay/ease of working at home? Is that all you care about? I’m not a hateful person but I hate how Cyber is looked at as a “get middle class quick” scheme.
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>>99216976
>he's actually getting a degree in cybersec
bro wtf just grind hackthebox and work at mcdonalds until you save up enough to pay for the OSCP exam. i literally spent fifteen years jacking off until i heard cybersec was a get-rich-quick scheme and got mine and now people suck my dick on linkedin. i don't even have a degree lmao
save your time and money and don't bother with college unless you have zero background knowledge with computers and need to be spoonfed
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>>99216994
That's not wojak that's feralkonqijak
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>>99216976
Simple anon. We need universities and degrees. What will zoomers (I'm one) do if you don't have a college? Do drugs, crime, be useless, create chaos.
It's literally to keep the children under survelliance for few more years hoping they will mature enough to not do stupid shit like that.
Their choices of a degree also reflect that, IT/CS in general has been the golden meme ticket degree for decades, most social media roasties outright tell you that learning linux/python on udemy and doing some easy boxes on THM and posting their writeups on linkedin for ((networking)) is enough to land a job kek (they are actually right and I'm a coping incel).
I'm also enrolled in a cybersecurity degree and while I study in my free time for shit like OSCP I have people in my class playing literal league of legends on their gaming laptops lmao.
Btw don't expect it will be any different on your job, the best thing you can do is to find like minded people online.
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>>99216976
> Why does everybody want to do Cyber not because of the job, but because of the pay/ease of working at home? Is that all you care about?
Let me very fucking clear to you OP. As someone who was extremely excited about cybersecurity, became the president of my college's cybersecurity club, and even won 2 out of 4 of the NECCDC events I've attended during that time, there's one really important thing that you need to know:

Nobody fucking cared.

And I don't mean that in a "you're a fucking moron to care about cyber", because I still believe that it's more important than ever to understand the types of threats and be able to mitigate them. But the fact is that the private sector doesn't give a shit about it at all.

Every time some bullshit happens that leaks client or user information. And I mean EVERY FUCKING TIME, they can just point to a couple of other small shitstain businesses that were lucky enough to avoid any issues and say "Oh, well we did everything that those people did, so we can't be held responsible for the problem :D" and that's basically the magic legalese to get away with murder.

And because of that kind of bullshittery, you need to either harden up and recognize that it's just a job with good benefits, or switch to something that people don't see as a cost-sink. Because eventually that's all those people will see you as.
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>>99216976
This is what happened to lawyers, they used to be universally well paid until all the midwits got the same idea, and now it's shit unless you graduated from a top 50 school.
It's a million times worse for SE/cybersec because there's not even a bar exam filtering people. I have no idea what job pays well, is comfy, and is midwit proof

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Elon musk is just a chad anons
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>>99219223
irrelevant, losing less > losing more.
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>>99221656
Then confiscate the pies because in the opinion of the court Elon has already eaten too many pies.
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>>99222044
and then put an injunction on trump for saying he enjoys cake
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how does musk dare to this? such an evil man!
eat the rich
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>>99219266
Not me

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behold, the worst tool ever invented by mankind
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>>99221321
Your argument that a makefile cannot make a large project but cmake can therefore makes no sense.
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>>99221432
Where did I say makefile can't make a big project?
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>>99215712
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>>99221260
>hurr durr le make is enough
Clang takes 15 mn to build. GCC 5 hours.
Clang supports incremental builds, and configuration changes. GCC completely shits the bed if you only change its install path and asks you to rebuild everything from scratch.
The same CMake project using Make as a backend over ninja will take 5~10 times longer to build.
Make is hot garbage, and if you didn't realize it yet, that's an IQ issue on your end.
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>>99222239
5 hours? It took 10 minutes for me.
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>>99215471
https://xmake.io/
This is the only acceptable way
>Make is hot garbage
Yes but Cmake might be even worse than Make.

Intel is dominating the semiconductor industry
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>>99220882
> ai automated factories

Wow, (((intel))) is really benefiting american workers
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>>99220882
If its not 100x faster than a PS5, then I can't see any reason to go there
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>>99220966
>What comes next?
Your wallet.
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Aren't their desktop chips still on 10nm?


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