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File: 83491877e8f45c1⋯.png (256.21 KB, 450x399, 150:133, TAD.png)

 No.965329[Reply]

Welcome to /tech/ - ∞chan's technology board.

Please check the rules before you post:

http://jthnx5wyvjvzsxtu.onion/tech/rules.html

Looking for hardware or software recommendations? Check out the InstallGentoo Wiki:

http://wiki.installgentoo.com/

/tech/ is for the discussion of technology and related topics.

/tech/ is NOT your personal tech support team or personal consumer review site. We have stickies for that. Keep those kinds of posts in there.

For tech support, software recommendations, and other questions that don't warrant their own thread, please use the '/tech/ Questions and Support' sticky.

For consumer advice, please use the consumer advice sticky located below.

For meta discussion, please go to >>>/metatech/.

For desktop threads, homescreen threads and ricing, please go to >>>/rice/.

For tech support/issues with computers:

http://startpage.com/ or http://ixquick.com (i.e., fucking Google it)

http://stackexchange.com/

http://www.logicalincrements.com/

If you can't find what you're looking for and still need help, post in the tech questions sticky.

Looking to switch over to GNU/Linux? Don't know where to start?

http://linuxnewbieguide.org/

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>>>/agdg/ - Amateur Game Development General

>>>/biz/ - Business and Finance (and cryptocurrencies)

>>>/cyber/ - Cyberpunk & Science Fiction

>>>/emacs/ - GNU Emacs

>>>/sci/ - Science and Mathematics

>>>/electronics/ - Electronics Engineering

>>>/laboratory/ - STEM Discussion and STEM Shitposting

>>>/hacker/ - Hacking and Security

>>>/hamradio/ - Amateur Radio

>>>/lv/ - Libre Video Games

>>>/make/ - Make stuff

>>>/netplus/ - Networks and Plus

>>>/prog/ - Programming

>>>/rice/ - Desktop and Phone Ricing

>>>/t/ - Torrents & Trackers

>>>/templeos/ - The 64-Bit Temple Operating System

>>>/vape/ - Vaporizers

>>>/vir/ - Virtual Reality

>>>/wg/ - Wallpapers General

>>>/robowaifu/ - DIY Robotic Wives

>>>/machinecult/ - Machine Cult

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File: 53eac902e05dd53⋯.png (2.82 KB, 200x200, 1:1, questionmark.png)

 No.733048[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Bring all your hardware, software and other troubles here.

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 No.1086415

>>1086408

No it’s a gook

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File: 9cd31551fedf586⋯.png (4.65 KB, 200x200, 1:1, dollarsign.png)

 No.733050[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Looking to buy something but aren't sure what to get? Ask here.

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 No.1086429

>>1086425

I hope you get raped by a pack of niggers.

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File: e7f0e8d111c2713⋯.jpg (50 KB, 400x372, 100:93, Advanced_Hacking_Tools.jpg)

 No.1086440[Reply]

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 No.1086435[Reply]

what country should one go to to have the best privacy?

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 No.1086437

Cross out countries inside "14 eyes" deal - North America, West EU, Australia, New Zealand

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 No.1086439

Find any ocean and got to the middle of it, then don't use any electronic devices.

>on Facebook

>plays Minecraft and Fortnite

>smratfone

>hai guise, privacy

Don't worry. Even 6 months of rubberhosing won't get any useful information out of your crippled brane.

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File: 7d95e61cea3323a⋯.png (719.66 KB, 788x629, 788:629, origins5.png)

 No.1086438[Reply]

Is anyone still up for it?

I have a plan for a script ready if anyone's still interested.

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File: e88e8759baeb378⋯.jpg (1.67 MB, 1226x3900, 613:1950, vk5jst_jpole.JPG)

File: e810e987e39f624⋯.jpg (42.26 KB, 605x1000, 121:200, 20210131_110604_jpole.JPG)

 No.1086338[Reply]

Only those possessing a current Amateur Radio license are permitted to post in this thread. Pirates and Makers illegally using shit they bought from Alibaba may only listen-in, in the hope they catch the motivation to infect themselves with the Ham Radio meme.

Just made this bad boy j-pole antenna, and now using it for a 1200 baud TCP radio link. Unlike previous j-poles I've made, its radiation pattern is actually what it's supposed to be (i.e: pointing it at the repeater actually gets the strongest signal.) The marine varnish trick to waterproof it is brilliant, too.

ffs ARRL, don't you also start swallowing the Radio is "Alt Tech" propaganda.

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 No.1086417

>>1086381

Why do you only take a pic of the keyer and not the 1000 dollar radio it's attached to?

Ham radio is cool but I'm not taking some faggy government test to be able to buy and use a fucking radio

It's funny how burgers think any schmuck should be allowed to buy a 30 round semi automatic rifles without a government license but nooooo talking on a walkie talkie is serious business don't you know you need a loicense for that

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 No.1086424

>>1086417

>fuck car drivers licenses, too.

>any fucktard 12 year-old should be allowed to get behind the wheel and drive on the same roads as me

Tell us about the state of your remaining butthole after a Telco visits you because you were operating an overdriven RF amplifier that harmonics over the 4G band.

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 No.1086426

File: 9e5c84756a84fe2⋯.png (3.61 KB, 473x500, 473:500, keyer.png)

>>1086417

I actually built that for a micro:bit project.

The Kenwood TR751A (bought for ~US$120) normally only does straight-keys, but I really wanted to see how much easier a cootie was. AND HOLEE SHEET I DIY'D instead of buying something.

...not that anyone local could ever be coerced into doing CW on 2m because there's no fucking Contests for it.

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 No.1086431

File: d3aed6ede66ec68⋯.gif (911.88 KB, 2100x2856, 25:34, 1604867756686.gif)

>>1086417

The reason to take the test is 90% to internalize the theory, but also about 10% is about how not to use your radio so you broadcast over a pilot's frequency or turn off some guy's pacemaker. What's in it for you? Knowing the theory and having the basic credential that is respected by the guys who can take you quickly to the next level of tactical and long range communications, antenna building, equipment that you can make or buy or somewhere in the middle. HAM radio is the big guys helping the little guys become big guys. There is no other community like it really. It's the test, you're already proving you're smart by passing the first test but also practicing the etiquette and that includes helping our own. Don't waste time. Get the license, meet the guys, make and/or buy the gear and get plugged in. This is a new era of digital comms over analog. Get in with a group and let them get you up to speed.

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 No.1086436

>>1086431

>What's in it for you? Knowing the theory and having the basic credential [..]

Which includes knowing not to mount a mobile/whip antenna on your car's fender...

Goddamn. $60k 4WD. "LOOK AT ME I'M DOING IT RITE!" "MOVE ASIDE OUTBACK CONVOY COMIN THRU!"

...with a UHF CB whip on the front bumperbar. Fucked-up radiation pattern both in bearing and elevation.

As a licensed Ham, you'll be permitted the satisfaction of pointing and laughing at the CB underclass.

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File: 73b0731e8b9e4ce⋯.jpg (139.78 KB, 1280x600, 32:15, Hacking.jpg)

 No.1086434[Reply]

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File: c25348858633c66⋯.jpeg (14.72 KB, 406x229, 406:229, doubleslit.jpeg)

 No.1086423[Reply]

I'm not an idiot, I don't think... but I don't understand wave / particle duality.

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 No.1086430

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 No.1086432

>>1086423

It's actually pretty simple: every experiment that would prove conclusively that light is a particle is validated. Every experiment that would conclusively prove that light is a wave is also validated. Conclusion: it's neither.

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File: d79fa71028f2e67⋯.png (122.95 KB, 2320x3408, 145:213, John_Trump_Patent.png)

 No.1084686[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Greetings all,

Does anyone here have a healthy interest in electrical engineering and is fascinated with the idea of dielectric induction? According to Maxwell and Faraday, just as a time varying magnetic field gives rise to an electric field, a time varying dielectric field can give rise to a magnetic field.

This relates to Tesla as many people believe that his magnifying transmitters operated on these principles. His wardenclyffe tower actually consisted of an elevated capacity that wouldn't emit EM waves..but instead transmit signals directly through the ground.

Most of our current electrical technology transmits power through the use of magnetic induction. But Dielectric induction is also possible, and maybe much more efficient.

I couldn't help but notice that Donald Trump's uncle, John Trump, (who looked a lot like Julian Assange for some reason) was also interested in dielectric induction of electricity which is the purpose of his following patent:

http://patents.google.com/patent/US2194839A/en?inventor=John+G+Trump

I have also read that it was John Trump who came into possession of much of Tesla's work after his death.

Does anyone else here think that we took a very incorrect path for technological progression around Tesla's time?

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 No.1086158

>>1086157

Yes, 60W, now try doing this with 1000MW. It's incredibly difficult to scale this up to usable levels.

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 No.1086285

File: c83b01c06f8fc85⋯.pdf (1.84 MB, milteslacoils.pdf)

>>1086158

You might be interested in this military assessment of Tesla resonant coils from 1992. Open literature on tesla coils does not take into account true resonance utilizing a coil tuned for maximum VSWR.

>We have found that the published engineering literature on resonance transformer design, which is fairly extensive, is inadequate. A closer look at the physical principles has been required in order to explain phenomena which were documented as part of our research. Outside of our work in

this area, there does not appear to exist an acceptable engineering analysis of resonance transformers. Consequently, we review these principles in considerable detail in this section. Further, our laboratory documentation has demonstrated that tuning for maximum VSWR (Voltage Standing Wave Ratio) can raise the energy of these devices by more than an order of magnitude over what is obtainable by the long-pulse lumped circuit operation so common in the North American and Western European accelerator community. In order to understand why and how this is possible, an

Analysis of the apparatus in both the lumped element (conventional) regime of operation and in the distributed regime of operation must be performed. We place critical importance on voltage rise by standing wave VSWR when engineering such structures. In particular, it was demonstrated that Iumped circuit analysis (which is entirely appropriate during the energized primary regime) totally fails

to describe true resonance transformers during the distributed regime. This important aspect of high voltage technology has been overlooked by previous investigators, including the Soviets' in their open literature.

Read until the end, they turn this particular coil into a macron particle beam.

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 No.1086352

File: e1075f8d71b28b8⋯.pdf (341.67 KB, Tesla_Standing_wave_genera….pdf)

>>1086158

>>1086285

Tesla's Standing Wave Generator

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 No.1086413

>>1086352

>>1086285

>>1086158

This is also relevant to the conversation.

Ultra Wideband impulse for power transmission rather than signal transmission.

http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/5877090

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 No.1086428

File: bd48745619b6452⋯.pdf (1002.65 KB, 1711_11212.pdf)

>>1086413

Even more relevant to the conversation

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File: 2392272acfdf407⋯.png (177.99 KB, 784x702, 392:351, p2p2.png)

 No.1086427[Reply]

>-What it means-

Decentralization is the process by which the activities of an organization, particularly those regarding planning and decision making, are distributed or delegated away from a central, authoritative location or group.

Peer-to-peer (P2P) computing or networking is a distributed application architecture that partitions tasks or workloads between peers. Peers are equally privileged, equipotent participants in the application. They are said to form a peer-to-peer network of nodes.

>-Why privacy matters-

"Arguing that you don't care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide, is no different than saying you don't care about free speech because you have nothing to say." - Edward Snowden

http://odysee.com/@thisweekinfascism:3/edward-snowden-privacy-is-something-to-2:8

>-Why decentralization matters-

http://medium.com/iotex/why-decentralization-matters-now-more-than-ever-f5cd074589c5

>-Privacy Tools, Addons, Websites, Operating Systems, etc.-

PrivacyTools: http://privacytools.io

>-Software-

IPFS: http://ipfs.io/

Freenet: http://freenetproject.org/

GNUnet: http://gnunet.org/

ZeroNet: http://zeronet.io/

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File: 46ff2a06c64edd3⋯.png (671.38 KB, 600x707, 600:707, dezeishopeloos.png)

 No.1086304[Reply]

Since this site's future is all but certain, is there a way I can completely archive 8chan threads, with pics and all?

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 No.1086305

wget

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 No.1086418

>>1086304

I'm researching this same kinda stuff but for archiving datasheets

If the net goes down having offline datasheets will instantly make you extremely valuable to the community because you will be able to repair electronics while the rest of repair shops won't

browsertrix-crawler seems like a project that has some potential to archive javascript heavy sites

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 No.1086422

HTTtrack is the answer, you should try it.

http://www.httrack.com/

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File: 20b233d547c010e⋯.jpg (779.65 KB, 2576x1936, 161:121, 20200610_002.jpg)

 No.1084349[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

World's first mobile workstation edition.

>Precision M40 modded with a mSATA-IDE SSD, slightly overclocked Quadro2 Go and a Linksys 300N CardBus WLAN card running Windows 2000

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 No.1085678

>>1085643

That's why old Atom netbooks from a decade ago are about useless for web browsing these days as well

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 No.1085680

>>1085678

Except those were fucking useless from day one.

>shit drivers because lol Intel

>In-order execution which makes them slow as shit (Spectre proof though)

>low amounts of RAM even back then

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 No.1085696

>>1085680

>shit drivers because lol Intel

I've seen worse than that, it's mostly the OEM who didn't bother to release any driver updates

>In-order execution which makes them slow as shit (Spectre proof though)

iirc the old Atoms are not prone to Meltdown specificaly, but not immune to Spectre in general

>low amounts of RAM even back then

2 GB DDR2 outta be enough for anybody back then

Anyway, were they lower performance than a 1.4 GHz Pentium III build which is so sought after by retrofags?

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 No.1086211

>>1084629

Fixed it with good old HijackThis, it was a program that complained about a missing SMB share apparently.

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 No.1086421

PSA: if you own a Dell Inspiron, Latitude or Precision like I have in the OP, REMOVE THE CMOS BATTERY IN THE PALMREST!

They're NiMH and infamous for leaking. On my M40 it leaked slightly and nearly fucked up the connector. You'll keep your BIOS settings if you have a working main battery.

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 No.1086106[Reply]

i cant post on 4chan, i can browse alright but just cant post it.there are some fags from country who can post but i guess they use cuckpass. now this pass needs bitcoin which are banned in my cunt.

i am using manjaro and currently learning python for hobby, now this fucking site does not let me post using free and obscure proxy/vpn ( even nordcuck one doesn't work )

please help me out bros because posting on 8kun feels like im on some kind of watch list and 4chan fags are way funnier ( nothing personal )

i will pray for your good health and family if you help me out. thank you

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 No.1086290

File: 82aef97b49327d9⋯.png (114.71 KB, 680x521, 680:521, pepe_question.png)

Why do you want to post on 4chan?

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 No.1086397

>>1086265

I'm in the same situation as OP.

Are you seriously saying there's absolutely no way to use 4chan fully unless I use 4G or pay for a residential VPN or just wait out the fucking unfair 3 day ban?

They banned me for no fucking reason. They can see my post history right? They just read through that and decided they hate me, I bet.

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 No.1086399

File: ec0d6f4db0e99f4⋯.jpg (113.56 KB, 897x800, 897:800, 1591968547823.jpg)

I've been wondering about this too, im not banned but just don't want to be posting on honeypotchan with my raw ip address. I have been researching about ways to post with proxy/vpn. So far this is what i came across but haven't pulled the trigger yet because I don't want to waste money and maybe im just better off not wasting time shitposting on 4chan

1.rotating proxy (from blazing proxies)

costs about $10. Problem is other people share the same ips that get rotated meaning they might of been burnt already. Im guessing you will have to keep retrying every 10 mins until you get a working ip address.

2.ipv6 proxy ip

it says guaranteed clean ip, and it only costs only a dollar. But can you actually use these to post on 4chan?

3.obscure vps provider or AWS

When I went ip fishing on honeypotchan i noticed a few ip's that were VPS servers from linode and Amazon AWS instances. These are also cheaper than using a rotating proxy but they are kind of a pain to setup. There were also some ips from vps providers I've never heard of and were too obscure to have been used to abuse 4chan. Problem is i dont know if those ips are saw were using a 4chanpass or not so they might not be clean ips.

I have a question about range banning technology though, how the hell do 4chan and sites detect that your ip is a proxy or vpn? Is there a database of marked ips that get shared somewhere? I've tried signing up to other honeypot sites in the past and they somehow know im using a vpn and it leads me to think they're using a shared list of known ips. If they are doing this then what is the database called?

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 No.1086405

>>1086106

I managed to crack the code bros. You just need to get a proxy service that give you residential ip's since they are harder to range ban. You can find one cheap from the link below. was able to get a rotating proxy for $3 with 1g bandwidth and could post everytime. I have one browser connected to the proxy just to make posts and use another browser for surfing to save on bandwidth. You can also use your vpn with the proxy for extra anonymity.

list of proxy services you can use.

http://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vQs_2w51O_yhRau6wrEzqsuMs4fPL49gXwrNRDduvbR70Kjo915ZJPQvO-gfRCkm0-KJAwe19lE5HUu/pubhtml#

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 No.1086416

File: a84df574fd13fd6⋯.png (810.61 KB, 750x1334, 375:667, 82227510_p0.png)

>>1086399

assholes maintain lists of such ips for free.. they just check the ip with something like these http://www.dnsbl.info/dnsbl-list.php

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File: cc2922f0955626d⋯.png (285.38 KB, 2782x1036, 1391:518, whatamilookingat.png)

 No.1086412[Reply]

I stumbled upon this webpage with 2 files (source.mn and grid.mn), the first seems like a configuration file and the second contains a huge load of random data ([A-Z][0-9]). I'd like to understand better what it refers to and i'm pretty convinced it could be linked to some kind of Tor connection.

Someone willing to help me understand it better?

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 No.1086414

What I can say is that those numbers in the "NODE Services" list are probably IRC ports, except the N-GIG one. I'd recommend you to look up those servers and find someone who might know better what that data is. Good luck with that

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