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File: 7799828d6e4196c⋯.png (7.68 KB, 800x600, 4:3, red_square.png)

 No.1085629[Reply]

Half chan auto-prunes now as well as range bans for profits.

Just fyi. Sometimes an image sets it off, pretends to post and doesn't. You can do it over and over, never posts unless you crop it. Also text can do it due to certain phrases like 'voting is retarded' or 'feminism invented'.

I need to find a better site to socialize on. I hate having to post the same shit five times over all the while solving jewgle catpcha.

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 No.1085742

>>1085649

only reason it wont die like 4+4chan and the rest is because it is a federal honeypot

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 No.1085743

>>1085649

only reason it wont die like 8chan and the rest is because it is a federal honeypot

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 No.1085746

>>1085629

>tell commies to fuck off from the linux general

>tell people to stop using gnome because they hate white people

>get banned for this because wasism baaad

Fuck halfchan

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 No.1085747

>>1085746

The tranny jannies are one thing, but the recent flux of brainlet winfags that Luke brought just killed halfchan /g/ completely. There were dumb niggers on /g/ before but at least they knew their place, mostly.

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 No.1086269

File: 4659fe6223bd88f⋯.jpg (1.85 MB, 1390x1964, 695:982, 99ffc581423409c3bd6cface4a….jpg)

>>1085629

i bet that they are just scared. the kikes behind the site dont want to get deplatformed like this site was so they recruited some nolife turboautists to the mod team who can sit on the site deleting posts all day

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File: 9eb6ea5fcf1bf7c⋯.png (10.31 KB, 282x265, 282:265, larry.png)

 No.1065666[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I don’t want to start a distro war or anything like that, I just want to know the benefits of gentoo over say arch. Arch is also a rolling release, I always have the newest versions of any package I can ever want to use (especially when using the AUR), the system is incredibly stable, and the installation is painless.

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 No.1077861

>>1076756

>Install Gnu Emacs

oh... braindamage, I see now...

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 No.1077895

>>1077861

at least its not vim

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 No.1081061

>>1065666

font hinting is broken. doesn't change with kde.

also there's a lot of missing packages already available in arch.

if you're not using gentoo over some weird setups like small ram/flash or super computer then there's no need to.

but if you want to learn more about linux and use the best package manager you must use it.

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 No.1085968

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 No.1086222

>>1065666

Jokes on you I use Windows98.

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File: a5d3b190f4c0759⋯.png (357.08 KB, 1532x1274, 766:637, M1.png)

File: 347f3e289a35afc⋯.png (2.72 MB, 897x8268, 23:212, specs.png)

 No.1085789[Reply]

Apple unveiled their new line up of laptops with their new M1 chip, departing from Intel. Anon checks it out...

Hey Apple, what's the clock speed?

>Shut up goy nerd. You don't need to know the clock speed. You don't even know what happens in a cycle, because you're a schmuck. Just consume goy, it's blazing fast look you dumb bastard!

Err, I think I prefer the way Intel treated me, I mean they only called me goy behind closed doors...

>Look it's fast ok? We re-imagined the bench mark. We even showed you a graph, it's fast compared to a "Laptop processor," now beat it and go pre-order.

You can't just tell me the GHz?

>The only thing thath "hurts" is your bigotry you pestering white male. Get on the right side of history. Does a teenage girl care about the clock speed of her iPhone? No. Neither should you stupid goy. Order it now, show me you're not racist.

It says it's the highest CPU you've ever built... but this is the ONLY CPU you've ever built. Isn't it also the lowest?

>Just fucking consume goy. WTF. It has a 16-core neural engine which we use to analyze your photos, your face, and anything you do, so that we can gain total control of your life... to keep you safe.

The Macbook Pro isn't much different than the Macbook Air. In fact, there is no difference.... but the price!?

Air:

Apple M1 chip with 8‑core CPU and 7‑core GPU

16-core Neural Engine

8GB unified memory

256GB SSD storage

Retina display with True Tone

Backlit Magic Keyboard - US English

Touch ID

Force Touch trackpad

Two Thunderbolt / USB 4 ports

$999

Pro 13":

Apple M1 chip with 8-core CPU and 8-core GPU

16-core Neural Engine

8GB unified mePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1085860

>>1085827

What is your opinion on Big Sur?

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 No.1086174

Get to flaming ya faggots.

Have a 5+ yo desktop running well on Windows. Not bad, eventually she needs some cash thrown at her.

7+ yo laptop dual booting a distro of linux and windows, RAM upgraded and SDD installed. Love this SOB, muh freedom and best of both worlds (delusional faggot).

Bought an entry level MBP w/ M1 and fucking laugh my ass off at how much of a better user experience this is for even surface-level autism.

Worth looking at if you can think for yourself and ignore the 2600-ism the cucks circle-jerk to.

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 No.1086175

>>1085825

>THE GUI IS THE OPERATING SYSTEM GUISE

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 No.1086176

>>1086175

>CRYING TANENBAUM

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 No.1086189

>>1086174

Days later coming back to see my posts stands.. people bitching about the M1 are shills or faggots trying to force a new product into their work environment (muh consumerism = low IQ)

Moral of the story. If you're in the market for a new laptop and curious... do your own research and start thinking for your fucking self. Yes the M1 Macs are pretty damn good. No they're not all berries and cherries.

This year and into the next should be interesting as the M1 SoC tech matures and Apple's competitors respond, or fail to.

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File: 1d687d1f97ca74c⋯.png (31.09 KB, 736x527, 736:527, 1521237828835.png)

 No.1074620[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Redpill me on open sourcing my games.

Will people mod them?

Has anyone here do it?

What's RSM opinion on open sourcing my games on github.

Can I make money from open source games that relly on a donation button?

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 No.1085807

File: 87634c5faba07ef⋯.jpg (124.9 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, empyrean_1.jpg)

File: b2ee71ab797b50a⋯.jpg (242.63 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, empyrean_2.jpg)

File: f474ebaf8545fc4⋯.jpg (224.36 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, empyrean_3.jpg)

>>1074623

>I don't know a single good open source game

I like this game tbh. Sorry if its cringe

http://flarerpg.org/

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 No.1086046

>>1074620

>Redpill me on open sourcing my games.

Do it, it's based. Make it FOSS, not just open sourced and now we're talking.

Also suggest to others to FOSS their games where possible.

It ensures longevity in case you decide to stop working on it, it would make porting to new platforms much easier, especially in time as old ones go deperecated. It would allow for easier modding. It would allow for comfort of privacy concerns, lots of games use DRM or trackers or literal keyloggers and spyware built in.

Games are the one area where FOSS is lacking, and I really hope that changes.

I unironically think adult/hentai games are the best place to start. Most projects are just simple visual novels. Keep it FOSS, it ensures compatibility and don't put in the botnet crap. As it catches on, more people will start FOSSing their games, then it will push to the non-adult indie community.

>What's RSM opinion on open sourcing my games on github.

Who cares as long as it's open, ideally not Github but it's better than not making the source open.

>Can I make money from open source games that rely on a donation button?

Depends on how popular the game is, you could "paywall" some items, of course anyone can just fork and remove the paywalls, however most people will just pay the small fee. I wouldn't paywall anything major, just stuff like "golden skins" or shit. Like special donator perks. Add a Liberapay, and maybe a crypto donation.

>Will people mod them?

If they want, and if they do it would make their life easier.

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 No.1086047

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 No.1086084

>>1085372

Truly one of the best

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 No.1086183

Rip sadbot <3

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File: 4dfb6913e15ac81⋯.jpg (22.35 KB, 393x393, 1:1, 4dfb6913e15ac819cf7066269f….jpg)

 No.1085641[Reply]

Tell me more about the IP spoofing meme.

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 No.1085738

>>1085691

Why don't you tell he he's wrong

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 No.1085921

File: d687f9dd8408f36⋯.jpg (209.4 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, get_video2.jpg)

>>1085773

You sure showed him

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 No.1085938

yes

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 No.1086165

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 No.1086166

>>1085738

he is probably wrong because he has never ran a server before, imagine if he said the grass was purple and now you ask me why, idk has he never been outside?

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File: 57a92f72a17d2ae⋯.png (33.09 KB, 337x511, 337:511, nano.png)

File: dec96a10cd080ee⋯.png (198.39 KB, 1000x662, 500:331, 2019-03-01-124321_1000x662….png)

 No.1036749[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Old thread hit 400 replies: >>996935

Nanochan is a tor only imageboard written in lua:

http://nanochancsvnej4vxiidu4fhpchkxffl3mgqypub63xadeetkjttavqd.onion/

Source code:

http://nanochancsvnej4vxiidu4fhpchkxffl3mgqypub63xadeetkjttavqd.onion/source.lua

Changes since the last thread:

>the old v2 onion address has been redirected to the new v3 address

>is there gonna be another /tech/ thread needed after the current one hits 400?

<I'm not going to make one. In retrospect I actually think it was a mistake to advertise on pigchan in the first place

Discuss alternative imageboards, web dev best practices, and call each other faggots

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 No.1084878

File: febcda7e2ad918a⋯.jpg (47.89 KB, 291x300, 97:100, this_woman_is_deceased.jpg)

>>1084877

i wanted to play around with the script myself but am too brainlet to set up haserl with lua

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 No.1086135

nanochan is online if you're wondering nanochanqzaytwlydykbg5nxkgyjxk3zsrctxuoxdmbx5jbh2ydyprid.onion

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 No.1086139

>>1086135

cool beans

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 No.1086145

If only the schizos would permanently migrate to these shit Tor IBs.

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 No.1086151

>>1086145

yet here i am

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File: d2ea00b896dab39⋯.jpg (3.09 MB, 4032x3024, 4:3, cisco.jpg)

 No.1072000[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Is the CCNA a meme cert or will it actually get me out of help desk to become a network engineer?

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 No.1084856

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 No.1085898

>>1072578

900 series just shows that you are somewhat helpdesk ready imo. Its not that bad in that regards

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 No.1086003

>>1072000

all certs and education are memes. You're bribing and wasting time for some paper. Unfortunately 60 IQ boomers who don't understand technology require it, or require years of "proving yourself" to advance.

the only logical cert path

CCNA > VCP (get a 4 year sometime in there).

Also the RHCSA is a fantastic idea and actually tests skills. It's the one cert I would get.

Security plus helps at all levels of career, but if you aren't brain dead you will inherently understand security by how the technologies work together.

That's all you need for a career up to senior admin. Also take the networking VMware cert path. If you maintain a CCNA and go for the VCP-NX you can skip their $6,000 "class" extortion. double check if this is still the case. Generally employers who require VCP for admin will pay for it anyways, but if you already have it I'm sure it's a good way to slide right in.

>>1072024

100% accurate. They are "big business" and are fighting right to repair legislation. net+ is completely inferior to CCENT (now ccna only), A+ is shit tier, Sec+ is also shit tier but high level and lots of government bodies require it.

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 No.1086140

File: 0853189e3cb62c1⋯.jpg (168.7 KB, 800x450, 16:9, cover10.jpg)

>>1072024

that's why you don't apply for work to big companies unless you want to deal with bureaucracy

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 No.1086148

Managed to get my foot in the door with a network technician job at 19, hadn't taken any certificates and was in my first year of computer engineering. Just got lucky with getting a braindead IT job (literally just plugging computers in at offices) and I suppose the people looking for a network tech were desperate as fuck.

All down to luck, OP

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File: 8bcc32ca73fddac⋯.webm (7.28 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Pampers_release_new_smart….webm)

 No.1079288[Reply]

This is wrong. This disgusts me. It should disgust you too. They're adding the recently born to Panopticon. Kill all normies! Fuck the ZOG! Educate the masses! Go into stores to steal and destroy their stock of this! Petition your elected leaders!

PREVENT THIS ILLEGALITY AND IMORALITY TODAY

IF NOT YOU, THEN WHO?

IF NOT NOW, THEN WHEN?

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 No.1085774

>>1079480

>everything always connected to botnet via built-in low-level Quic/IPv6/5G stack, entirely transparent and inaccessible to user

>full OOB telemetry/provisioning connection to botnet, always-online

>in the event the connection is interrupted, [thing] becomes inoperable until it is subject to botnet provisioning/telemetry again

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 No.1085775

>>1079499

>muh retrofuturism from 4 decades ago

ok

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 No.1085891

File: 5fe034ca5c3562e⋯.gif (277.14 KB, 360x360, 1:1, dog.gif)

>>1079288

>letting the phone record you breastfeeding

But isn't that pedophilia?

Can the employees watch it from afar that control the software so that they can give you remote assistance and all that jazz?

All it needs is a speaker and they can program the baby, run sissy hypno ever time it dreams of sucking on her tit if male, if female politics as that is their real forte outside of whoring and child rearing.

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 No.1086134

File: 07fa2d89d2c185a⋯.jpg (1.22 MB, 3270x2289, 10:7, r1xlp3x6vfcbis3m9adb.jpg)

File: 6cd871e4db9f4f5⋯.jpg (1.26 MB, 3270x2289, 10:7, rkplhmrs8vx1favzlkl2.jpg)

File: 4eb7a8733514212⋯.jpg (1.08 MB, 3270x2289, 10:7, oqpdrgba6iod4lze0eta.jpg)

>>1079381

I know this question was posted 1.5 years ago, but it's from The Onion's editorial cartoons. They're pretty good.

http://www.theonion.com/c/editorial-cartoon

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 No.1086138

File: f693983bb5f8ad6⋯.jpg (107.97 KB, 467x524, 467:524, f693983bb5f8ad6d8f607e04ea….jpg)

File: bb9b73258029b67⋯.jpg (451.73 KB, 1200x847, 1200:847, e516075d586efe0d428d381f8d….jpg)

>>1086134

Unironically baste.

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 No.1037852[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

ITT: Share projects and scripts created by you/anons

1. Hydrus Project (*booru taggins system with IPFS)

>>>/hydrus/

github.com/hydrusnetwork/hydrus

2. Guacman Chatbot (a TayAI replacement)

>>>/machinecult/

(source code in some file sharing site instead of github)

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 No.1084729

>>1084726

>scupdate.sc


#!/bin/bash
clear
echo \\n
read -p "Check for retired models? [y]es [n]o: " a
if `test $a = y`
then
echo \\n\\t[downloading index of retired models]\\n
sleep 3
wget -qnc --show-progress http://www.southern-charms.com/Retired.html
fi
for d in `dir -d -x www.southern-charms*/*`
do
basename $d | sh charmfree.sh
if `test $a = y`
then
if grep -q "thumbtable.*$d" Retired.html
then
echo \\n[$d retired]\\n
read -p "Move to +retired_charms? [y]es [n]o: " r
if `test $r = y`
then
mkdir -p +retired_charms/
mv -t +retired_charms/ $d/
fi
fi
fi
done
if `test $a = y`
then
echo \\n
read -p "Delete retired models index? [y]es [n]o: " ans
if `test $ans = y`
then
rm Retired.html*
fi
fi

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 No.1084732

>>1084726

>scupdate.sh


#!/bin/bash
clear
echo \\n
read -p "Check for retired models? [y]es [n]o: " a
if `test $a = y`
then
echo \\n\\t[downloading index of retired models]\\n
sleep 3
wget -qnc --show-progress http://www.southern-charms.com/Retired.html
fi
for d in `dir -d -x www.southern-charms*/*`
do
basename -a $d 1 | sh charmfree.sh
if `test $a = y`
then
if grep -q "thumbtable.*$d" Retired.html
then
echo \\n[$d retired]\\n
read -p "Move to +retired_charms? [y]es [n]o: " r
if `test $r = y`
then
mkdir -p +retired_charms/
mv -t +retired_charms/ $d/
fi
fi
fi
done
if `test $a = y`
then
echo \\n
read -p "Delete retired models index? [y]es [n]o: " ans
if `test $ans = y`
then
rm Retired.html*
fi
fi

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 No.1084738

>>1045542

Hi Stephen, what is new? Are you armed yet?

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 No.1085258

>>1037852

Flask-based gateway for Hyperboria and Yggdrasil

http://gitlab.theswissbay.ch/theswissbay/gateway

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 No.1086127

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File: 056d335188ea5d3⋯.png (28.32 KB, 981x166, 981:166, Screenshot_2020_11_16_Adve….png)

 No.1085864[Reply]

Anyone still here in this shithole?

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 No.1086099

Day 14: PDEP chad reporting in

fn solve(input: &str) -> (u64, u64) {
let (mem, _, _) = input
.lines()
.fold((HashMap::new(), 0, 0), |(mut mem, xs, ones), s| {
if let Some(s) = s.strip_prefix("mask = ") {
let (xs, ones) = s.bytes().fold((0, 0), |(xs, ones), b| {
(
xs << 1 | u64::from(b == b'X'),
ones << 1 | u64::from(b == b'1')
)
});

(mem, xs, ones)
} else if let Some(s) = s.strip_prefix("mem[") {
let (l, r) = s.split_at(s.find("] = ").unwrap());
let l = l.parse().unwrap();
let r = r[4..].parse().unwrap();

let mut write = |i: u64, j, v| {
mem.entry(i).or_insert([0; 2])[j] = v;
};

write(l, 0, r & xs | ones);

(0..1 << xs.count_ones()).for_each(|a| write((l & !xs | ones) | pdep(a, xs), 1, r));

(mem, xs, ones)
} else {
unreachable!()
}
});

mem.values()
.fold((0, 0), |(a, b), [i0, i1]| (a + i0, b + i1))
}

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 No.1086102

Day 15:

fn solve(input: &str) -> (u32, u32) {
let mut map: HashMap<_, _> = input
.split(',')
.enumerate()
.map(|(i, s)| (s.parse().unwrap(), i as u32))
.collect();

let mut last = 0;
let mut a = 0;

for i in map.len() as u32..30_000_000 - 1 {
if i == 2020 - 1 {
a = last;
}

let j = map.entry(last).or_insert(i);
last = i - *j;
*j = i;
}

(a, last)
}

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 No.1086118

Day 18:

fn solve(input: &str) -> (u64, u64) {
input
.lines()
.fold((0, 0), |(a, b), s| (a + eval(s, true), b + eval(s, false)))
}

fn eval(s: &str, part1: bool) -> u64 {
let mut iter = s.chars().peekable();
let mut operators = vec![];
let mut operands = vec![];

macro_rules! eval {
($cond:expr) => {
while $cond {
let a = operands.pop().unwrap();
let b = operands.pop().unwrap();

let c = match operators.pop().unwrap() {
'+' => a + b,
'*' => a * b,
_ => unreachable!()
};

operands.push(c);
}
};
}

while let Some(c) = iter.next() {
match c {
'+' => {
eval!(matches!(operators.last(), Some(&c) if c != '(' && part1));
operators.push(c);
}
'*' => {
eval!(matches!(operators.last(), Some(&c) if c != '(' && (part1 || c == '+')));
operators.push(c);
}
'(' => operators.push(c),
')' => {
eval!(operators.last() != Some(&'('));
assert_eq!(operators.pop(), Some('('));
}
'0'..='9' => {
let mut n = u64::from(c as u8 - b'0');

while matches!(iter.peek(), Some('0'..='9')) {
n = n * 10 + u64::from(iter.next().unwrap() as u8 - b'0');
}

operands.push(n);
}
' ' => {}
_ => unreachable!()
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 No.1086120

Day 19:

fn solve(input: &str) -> (u32, u32) {
let (rules, msgs) = input.split_at(input.find("\n\n").unwrap());

let mut rules: HashMap<u32, _> = rules
.lines()
.map(|s| {
let (l, r) = s.split_at(s.find(':').unwrap());
let r = &r[2..];

(
l.parse().unwrap(),
if r.starts_with('\"') {
assert!(r.len() == 3);
Match::Char(r.as_bytes()[1])
} else {
Match::Rules(
r.split('|')
.map(|s| {
s.split(' ')
.filter(|s| !s.is_empty())
.map(|s| s.parse().unwrap())
.collect()
})
.collect()
)
}
)
})
.collect();

let a = msgs
.lines()
.filter(|s| !s.is_empty() && check(&rules, 0, s, 0).contains(&s.len()))
.count();

rules.insert(8, Match::Rules(vec![vec![42], vec![42, 8]]));
rules.insert(11, Match::Rules(vec![vec![42, 31], vec![42, 11, 31]]));

let b = msgs
.lines()
.filter(|s| !s.is_empty() && check(&rules, 0, s, 0).contains(&s.len()))
.count();

(a as u32, b as u32)
}

fn check(rules: &HashMap<u32, Match>, rule: u32, msg: &str, offset: usize) -> HashSet<usize> {
match &rules[&rule] {
Match::Rules(r) => {
r.iter()
.flat_map(|rule| {
let mut set = HashSet::new();
set.insert(offset);

rule.iter().fold(set, |set, &subrule| {
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 No.1086123

File: 43907fae75b345e⋯.png (9.23 KB, 720x718, 360:359, monsters.png)

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File: ce92e843a5d1efe⋯.jpg (297.26 KB, 1045x1322, 1045:1322, Complete_COVID_Test_J_M_Ne….jpg)

 No.1085405[Reply]

Needed to travel with some friends last minute to PR for after Labor Day. But all the stupid centers said it would take 1-2 weeks to get my results back (Florida is slow af) - so I bought a fake covid test that said negative. Shit worked like a charm. If anyone else is doing last minute travel and needs one, it worked for me. I got mine from fakecovidtest.com (lol unoriginal name) but there's a couple spots for it.

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 No.1085656

it's real simple if it was so bad and people were dying we would have seen bodies by now. btw if they wanted people to stay home and wear a mask showing the dead bodies would do that. but there is none so they can't show you

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 No.1085736

yea but when they fucking steal the election theyre REALLY gonna lockdown everything. get ready for fines for no masks and loss of all freedom.

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 No.1085820

>>1085405

All the countries that have proven useless are still closed by now. Fuck jewish supremacy. Also thanks for the site.

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 No.1085934

things are back frozen... wait till they start forcing you to take their 'vaccine'. thats coming SOON

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 No.1086116

wow this fucking thread!!! everything from november 6th is literally coming true. dont get that fucking virus shot

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File: 5733642f7799cf0⋯.pdf (2.1 MB, Alzofon_Anti_Gravity_wth_P….pdf)

File: d41991e3e78a3bc⋯.png (31.26 KB, 359x334, 359:334, grav.PNG)

File: 59f2072cc04425c⋯.jpg (113.06 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, tr3b.jpg)

 No.1086013[Reply]

What do you think of this /tech?

The PDF attached is the foundational theory and explanation of how gravity (and inertia) could potentially be controlled (lessened or increased) using a method of Dynamic Nuclear Orientation analogous to that of adiabatic magnetic cooling.

The author, Dr. Frederick Alzofon, was a physicist who studied under J. Robert Oppenheimer and David Bohm.

If you google his name I'm sure you'll come across his son, David Alzofon, who now sells a couple books that better describe his fathers work to the layman's (gravitycontrol.io). I've purchased his two books, and he at least tells a good story, as good as any when it comes to this type of subject matter.

Anyway, the idea is that like adiabatic magnetic cooling, you can remove energy from a system of particles using a combination of magnetic fields and electromagnetic microwave pulses. Where adiabatic magnetic cooling affects the kinetic energy of paramagnetic salt molecules, the process of Dynamic Nuclear Orientation (in this case) is to remove energy from the subatomic particles that carry out virtual processes that appear to be intimately linked to the force of gravity. By orienting the atomic nucleuses of a piece of very pure aluminum, (doped with either magnesium or colloidal iron) and then forcing the earth's gravitational field to do work upon the nuclei, overall energy of the gravitational pull of the aluminum specimen appears to decrease. This process is repeated hundreds/thousands of times per second.

Additionally, if he is correct, then we have the ability to achieve this with modern (and somewhat common) technology. The most expensive piece of which (in order to perform a test) would be a electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectrometer and pump generator.

That being the case, the larger point is that the UFO's people have reported seeing for years are not from another planet, but we've been the ones making them all along in secret government programs.

The PDF attached is the real nuts and bolts theory from Frederick AlzofPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1086095

>>1086080

Hey man! Check this out!

http://www.hathawayresearch.com/portfolios/agnue-anti-gravity-nuclear-entropy/

It looks like these guys are taking the initiative!

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 No.1086098

>>1086095

K, contact me when they discover something. (protip: they will accomplish nothing).

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 No.1086100

>>1086098

Are you trying to hurt my feelings anon? Because it seems that way.

Also, ya I am reaching out to them today to see what their all about. Companies appear to pay them to run experiments, enough for them to afford a pretty nice lab and some sophisticated equipment.

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 No.1086101

>>1086100

No, I'm just being realistic. Gravity control is sci-fi level technology that will take a lot more than just a microwave and a fridge magnet to realize.

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 No.1086109

File: 6916bd5f211a0e1⋯.png (124.22 KB, 680x680, 1:1, 135.png)

>>1086100

The idea here is actually grounded in accepted theory. The idea is that gravity occurs (or interacts) at some level dealing with the virtual processes of sub-atomic particles. So interrupting those processes *could be the key to interrupting the effect of gravity on matter.

http://www.khanacademy.org/college-careers-more/bjc/2015-challenge/2015-physics/v/bjc-virtual-particles-and-gravity

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File: 9d6bb9d8ae46f4e⋯.jpg (32.08 KB, 800x715, 160:143, USB_Hardware_Keylogger.jpg)

 No.1077806[Reply]

I'm going to stop being a NEET soon and I will have my own machine in the office. I get to set it up myself, so the software side is not a problem. It's the hardware I'm worried about, I don't want a co-worker to connect a keylogger to my keyboard cable before I come in to word, grab my password and then put CP or some shit on my computer after I go home to get me into trouble.

How can I secure my computer best? When it comes to the keyboard I can just bring my own from home, it's a mechanical keyboard, so I can come up with an excuse how "I'm really used to this one" or something autistic like that. But what about the tower itself? I can't start gluing security seal stickers on the case and check them every morning without looking like a paranoid weirdo.

I am going to use a diceware passphrase, six words should be enough, right? I use pass as my password manager, what is the best way of synchronizing passwords between different machines?

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 No.1085777

>>1085754

you don't. this is why you don't connect untrusted and trusted systems to the same KVM switch

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 No.1085900

File: 410e3924cc9a822⋯.jpg (31.52 KB, 560x560, 1:1, 30768_04_121648_560x.jpg)

>>1085754

I guess its theoretically possible that the USB switch (it is not a KVM switch) that I use installed a secret keylogger onto my company's computer. Despite my Windows account on there being a limited user.

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 No.1086045

>>1077806

To everyone complaining that this is paranoia, you don't know what OP does for work, this is a legitimate question please stop putting people off from wanting to secure themselves. Sure they can be paranoid, as long as they get their work done, it makes them happy, and makes them comfortable. Lots of work stuff can be very sensitive, and that's where most people need to care more imo. Provide OP with suggestions, let him decide what he should do based on his determination of his threat model. At least he is informed at most.

Here are some suggestions, even a few is better than none:

- If you can, just bring your own device. You can get a Thinkpad T430 for example, and buy the dock, keep the dock at work hooked up and then just bring the laptop and hook it up.

It'd be a dedicated work device. If you're worried about the dock itself getting stolen, you can throw it on a Kesington lock, this may deter a bit. But at least the laptop itself isn't at work.

- If you bring it back and forth to do work at home, turn on random mac address on the machine, and also put it on an isolated VLAN that can't talk to your main network. If you don't and never need to do work at home, never let it touch your wifi. Most thinkpads have a wireless killswitch btw.

- In bios, turn off anything you don't need, such as bluetooth, microphone, webcam, etc.

- If you can, remove the webcam and microphone. If you need to use a webcam and microphone, but external ones and hook them up when you need them. Unplug when not in use.

- Install a minimal install of some GNU/Linux distro, such as Arch or Gentoo. Keep backups.

Use full disk encryption on both the backups and the machine

- Don't allow automounting usb's, you can setup a script you run or there are some that do it, but just don't let them automount.

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 No.1086058

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 No.1086069

It's not easy to deal with physical issues in your situation. Just make it so nothing physical matters. Set a bios password, disable booting from removable media and if your motherboard uses it, take advantage of setting your boot environment to trusted and then disallow untrusted boots. Keyfiles are not a way to deal with loggers. Someone can log USB data just as easily as key presses. A smartcard is designed for stuff like this and it's not too hard to set one up for passwords. LUKS supports using them for boot drive encryption. Add in an integrity check for your decrypted root partition that checks for changes since the last boot using hashes.

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File: 0558711e7cabf2f⋯.png (131.23 KB, 370x453, 370:453, sytech-dr.png)

 No.1079430[Reply]

Hackers have breached SyTech, a contractor for FSB, Russia's national intelligence service, from where they stole information about internal projects the company was working on behalf of the agency – including one for deanonymizing Tor traffic.

The breach took place last weekend, on July 13, when a group of hackers going by the name of 0v1ru$ hacked into SyTech's Active Directory server from where they gained access to the company's entire IT network, including a JIRA instance.

Hackers stole 7.5TB of data from the contractor's network, and they defaced the company's website with a "yoba face," an emoji popular with Russian users that stands for "trolling."

Hackers posted screenshots of the company's servers on Twitter and later shared the stolen data with Digital Revolution, another hacking group who last year breached Quantum, another FSB contractor.

FSB's secret projects

Per the different reports in Russian media, the files indicate that SyTech had worked since 2009 on a multitude of projects since 2009 for FSB unit 71330 and for fellow contractor Quantum. Projects include:

Nautilus - a project for collecting data about social media users (such as Facebook, MySpace, and LinkedIn).

Nautilus-S - a project for deanonymizing Tor traffic with the help of rogue Tor servers.

Reward - a project to covertly penetrate P2P networks, like the one used for torrents.

Mentor - a project to monitor and search email communications on the servers of Russian companies.

Hope - a project to investigate the topology of the Russian internet and how it connects to other countries' network.

Tax-3 - a project for the creation of a closed intranet to store the information of highly-sensitive state figures, judges, and local administration officials, separate from the rest oPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1080367

>>1079436

>lol @ them for using windows

That's how you know they are professionals and not open sores GRIDS patients.

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 No.1080370

>>1080367

If they're so professional, why did they get hacked? They could have been running their own custom OS on russian OpenSparc platform. Then the script kiddies would have been btfo.

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 No.1084560

>>1079527

who is to say that there are no other nodes like that?

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 No.1084590

>>1079430

Fuck off, schizo.

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 No.1086065

>>1084590

Get raped twice and kill yourself, you retarded fucking tranny faggot sack of nigger shit with down syndrome.

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File: b3819525dd7afa0⋯.gif (973.26 KB, 500x289, 500:289, moss throwing computer.gif)

 No.1074904[Reply]

http://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1146196570083192832.html

>We made a video about launching fireworks over Wi-Fi for the 4th of July only to find out @YouTube gave us a strike because we teach about hacking, so we can't upload it.

Time to archive Defcon and Blackhat, the dark age is coming.

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 No.1082281

>>1074904

Tech vids on YouTube largely suck anyway.

As everyone else has said, is there any evidence on this happening?

Regardless, thanks for reminding me that I should finish archiving conference talks.

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 No.1082351

So whats the next move after archiving? Throw it up on bitchute? We need a place to reaggregate the videos that are lost.

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 No.1082355

>>1082351

Use PeerTube, BitChute is proprietary and has crap UI

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 No.1082358

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 No.1086049

>>1074904

There are a handful of infosec instances on PeerTube, and there's a bunch of defcon videos.

I would suggest archiving though 100%.

http://joinpeertube.org/

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