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 No.920[Reply]

First /muh/zeek thread ever. Discuss your favourite artists, albums and songs.
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 No.928

>>927
How do I create a link?

 No.940

I can't stop recommending it GLWZBLL's music.
Sadly he said he is abandoning the project, but said he will be back under a new name.
http://glwzbll.bandcamp.com/

 No.941

>>928
Just write the URL.
http://svalis.xyz

 No.984

>>920
Jim Morrison and the Doors boys and girls



 No.983[Reply]

https://torrentfreak.com/u-s-government-sued-for-software-piracy-maker-claims-600m-160720/

>The U.S. military is being accused of installing 'pirated' copies of 3D virtual reality software onto hundreds of thousands of computers without permission. Bitmanagement, the makers of the software, accuse the Navy of willful copyright infringement and are suing the Government for more than half a billion dollars in unpaid licenses.


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 No.957[Reply]

Anyone else here uses traditional art as wallpapers?
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obligatory bierstadt

 No.963

I use this as my wallpaper. The video loops beneath my desktop using VLC player. It's in a traditional art style, though it's obviously not.

 No.978

c(USER WAS BANNED FOR THIS POST)



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 No.949[Reply]

 No.951

No offense, but did you expect Google to be against TPP ? It's in their best interest. Google doesn't care about you. Not sure when people starting thinking companies that provide services for free owe us something. Google is very good at looking out for #1, themselves.

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 No.956

>>955

hahaha. ooh. filename said it all.



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 No.618[Reply]

What do you guys thinks about ZeroNet?

To me it's mindblowing that fully P2P distributed imageboard already exists. What a great time to be alive.

Get ZeroNet:

https://zeronet.io/

Yes, you can run it through Tor.

And then go to:

http://127.0.0.1:43110/0chan.bit

Or you can check it through web-ZeroNet gateway:
Post too long. Click here to view the full text.
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 No.793

looks like im building an encrypted vm just so i can autistically shitpost on another chan…

 No.794

>doesnt load
I blame you.

 No.952

>>794
loads fine here

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 No.967[Reply]

In this thread we ask and give specific music recommendations.

I'll start. Please suggest songs that are melancholy about getting old and things not working out.

 No.968

Frank Turner? He's a little on the punk/poet side but I like his sense of humour and reflection. Photosynthesis is quite the opposite on those lines but spurs me on to do stuff

 No.969

It Was A Very Good Year by Frank sinatra. The music and lyrics match up really nicely to express the feelings of aging.



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 No.933[Reply]

Is there a search engine that always searches for the terms you type into it? All the search engines that I have used now don't search for the words you type in, they search for related words.

 No.934

>>933
Look up "how to google" and you will learn the mysteries of how to search for the exact word that you want

 No.948

>>934
yeah but it's a pain to put every word in quotes

I found this, it's decent.
https://ixquick.com/eng/?



 No.970[Reply]

What is your favorite band/musician?

I love Daniel Johnston and the Beatles. Their music is often trippy and it has actual meaning. Daniel Johnston is an intresting person aswell.
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 No.973

I enjoy Kraftwerk a lot, especially the TEE/Man Machine & Computer World albums.
Also, there's GLWZBLL, sadly he stopped to make music but it's great stuff.
http://glwzbll.bandcamp.com/

 No.974

>>970
Classicalfag here. Bach will always be my favorite, I think. The more I look at it, listen to it, play it, the more there is. Just when I think I've found everything, something else pops up. It's music that I can get completely lost in, and music that makes the silence that follows it poignant. I don't want to speak after the piece is finished. I don't even want to start another piece, or the same one over again. I just want to contemplate in silence, and that to me is the mark of wonderful music.

 No.975

When I was younger I really used to like the Beatles, we had a VHS of the animated Yellow Submarine movie? I watched that shit so much as a kid that the tape wore out. I kind of grew out of the Beatles and classic rock as a whole. Tomorrow though, I might be going to a concert with a ton of local Beatles cover bands, assuming it doesn't rain. Should be pretty good, hopefully.

As for my actual favorite band, I don't have one. I listen to a lot of different bands and musicians that it'd be hard to single one out.

 No.976

Since late 2011 or around that time, my favourite has been Sopor Aeternus. Although I haven't really listened to much of it in a while, I still keep coming back to her stuff whenever I'm in the mood for some dark and sad music.
Fortunately, she just reissued both D.L.S. albums (her absolute best works, in my opinion) on vinyl, so I've been listening to some of her mid-late 90s stuff to get back into that kind of music. Her more recent material is okay, compared to the old stuff, but that's a matter of preference, I guess.

 No.977

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This is going to sound corny as fuck, but I really like Dean Martin.

The man crooned with some of the best, put more heart into his songs than Frank Sinatra, had more personality than most entertainers of his time (a time when entertainer were expected to sing, dance, joke, and act), and he was a complete lush. Even his singing voice sounded like a drunk man trying to woo a girl from the other side of the room.

Pretty much a reflection of real life.



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 No.5[Reply]

>be FreeBSD
>be backwards compatible to 386BSD and even 4.3BSD
>manages to let you choose between two of the most superior Filesystem such as UFS and ZFS
>Jails and Zones together makes a powerful combination for your Filesystemanagement
>Dtrace
>has a clear structure and clearly seperates Basesystem from the rest
>/usr/local simply beats everything, doesn't bloat your system
>Lets you compile everything from source or lets you install binaries easily including its dependencies automagically
>the ports system doesn't bloat your system with unnecessary dependencies; maintainers get buttfucked if they include dependencies which aren't needed to run the application
>rc.init is simple yet more innovative than systemd
>does have a Linux Emulation and hence runs Linux binaries natively
>FreeBSD is not a GPL Slave
>Monolothic Kernel: no clusterfuck given

Why are you plebs not using FreeBSD?
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 No.942

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i heard openbsd is based on netbsd, which has a somewhat large repository (17000 packages, link below). are such packages compatible with openbsd?

http://pkgsrc.se/

 No.943

>>942
No, OpenBSD uses it's own stuff more akin to FreeBSD's ports tree.

http://openports.se/
http://ports.su/

 No.945

>>5
Don't all the BSDs have a lot of hardware issues? I'd love to try it out, but I'm not going to purchase a different computer just to have something compatible.

That being said, GhostBSD (FreeBSD with a really nice MATE) was a lot of fun in a virtual machine. I was very impressed. I wish there was something similar for OpenBSD or NetBSD for those of us that don't feel like going through all the nerd crap and just having a desktop out of the box.

 No.946

>>945
It doesn't have hardware issues, it's just a server distro. It's really not meant for desktop/daily usage. The hardware it supports is what most servers support, using it on a desktop/laptop and expecting it to have the same amount of support is just dumb. I'm not saying that's what you're saying, I'm just saying BSD is a server OS, not a desktop one, and that's why it doesn't support tons of hardware.

 No.947

>>946
I'm not saying that it's bad for server usage. Obviously that's where it really shines. However, the hardware argument is something that I bring up a lot when people bring up all of the advantages of BSD. They don't support my hardware. This isn't a knock against them, but it is an important point that a lot of its proponents for desktop use fail to recognize.



 No.944[Reply]

Are you a hardware or software person?

I'm definately a software person. I know how to code, know all the best programs for specific tasks etc. but I have no idea what certain components do.


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