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Happy Birthday, Linux.

You keep finalchan running.

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wallpaper thread

current wallpapers and post other wallpaper you just like as well
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post your desktop right now no cheating
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web browsing

i'd be interested in a web browser which is just the separate components: a page downloader, a page renderer, domain resolver, etc
are there any parts of a web browser i missed?
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Hello finalchan.
Ive got a 5 hour drive back up to college and wanted to do something besides listen to speed metal and look at trees.
Anyone have any good podcasts?
Ive heard of one called Cumtown is good.
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Post some albums that are good front to back, and include a youtube link

Justice - †

Cactus - Cactus
Apparently who ever uploaded the original deleted it so here is an archive link.
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>tfw your lightbulbs are liquid cooled but your pc isnt.
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I have never heard of the Stylish extension, but apparently it was getting pretty popular.

If any of you are using it, you might want to abandon it.

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I got (8) HGST hard drives that are 6TB in size each. They showed up on my doorstep today.

The box says they work on Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.
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Can someone please explain this shit to me?
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Old Media

Did some cleaning. This is how I legitimately labeled my floppies. I hope something good is on it.

What old tech do you have?
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Microsoft is hosting Build, and they're talking about a whole bunch of stuff including their public AI APIs, and whats next for windows, including linux? If nothing, they do seem to be trying to bring you botnet in new and exciting ways.


www.microsoft.com/cognitive-services/ (you need an account for this of course

heres the keynote

Also buy Microsoft stock :^)
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Redirector extension settings for having your browser go to Hooktube version of a video when you click on a YouTube link.

Bypasses ads, allows downloading of videos, and strips out all the google tracking.
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Ran a benchmark using the Unigine Valley software.

Download here and post results - https://benchmark.unigine.com/valley

As you can see I was running it in Ultra mode at 2560x1440 with 8x Anti-Aliasing.
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Fuck you, pussies, I got a cat!

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Meet the hambone bass, some wacky concoction my professor gave me from college, strung it up and put a real bone but on it (last nights rib dinner) sounds terrible but fun to play, whatcha think?
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It only took 6 years, but GIMP 2.10 has been released! Comes with more formats, metadata, themes, MyPaint brush support, rotating canvases, and much more.

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Keyboard Computer Case

This is for those of you who ask about this form factor every so often. I hope enough people join so that he makes beige ones.

The X500 Pro is the final product in a line of computer cases designed a few years back (the X500 Plus and later the Evo with a mechanical keyboard) as a tribute to the computers of the '80s and '90s (Commodore, Atari, Sinclair etc…). It's a wedge styled computer case with built-in, full size mechanical keyboard.

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Isolated vocal and instrument tracks thread
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Alternatives to horrible applications nobody likes

Let's have a thread to share some cool things with each other that help replace garbage programs. As an example, Skype. Skype is garbage, but I've had a really hard time finding something better that's also easy enough to convince friends and family to use. This looks pretty promising: appear.in
What do you guys think? Are there any other neat places you have all found to replace shitty programs?
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New Imageboard Concept in Early Planning Stages

(name liable to future change)

There is a new imageboard-software concept in the works. Addressing the problem of powerful moderating positions being compromised and shitting up the board against the will of board communities and their established board culture.
(See: 4chan 8/b/, 8/pol/, 8/wx/ etc.)
>Nothing that isn't spam or illegal is deleted, ever. You can subscribe to different moderation teams (and bots) to have the shit filtered to your liking. There would be a default moderation team for each board but the default would change if the majority changed the moderators they subscribed to.
>To keep normies from freaking the fuck out a default profile of moderation subscriptions will be applied by default, the default moderation will be decided by an impartial algorithm that takes in to account the modoration most users in a board choose, weighting the chooses by activity.

Unfortunately there is a shortage of skilled /tech/anons who are willing to assist in the planning and development of this new imageboard concept, which is holding back development.

If you're interested in assisting in the development of this new imageboard concept, please go to
If the link is broken, try checking the catalog on
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collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

Hi guys, today I wanted to start learning about programming, so I wanted to do that Hello World crap thinking it would be really easy, so I wrote the program:


int main()


printf("\nHello World!");



And for compiling it I wrote the command:
gcc -Wall -W -Werror helloworld.c -o helloworld

But it didn't work and I got:
/usr/bin/ld: cannot open output file helloworld: Permission denied
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status

I googled for a solution but I didn't found anything, help me please.
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Hey anons, there's a way to startx automatically on login? I've read that you have to modify /etc/inittab, but I don't have it. I also couldn't find ~/.bash_profile nor /etc/systemd/system/getty@tty1.service.d/override.conf.
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Useful Addons Thread

Let's post some addons that you couldn't live without and what they do.

Browser: Firefox v58
Ublock Origin: Block ads
Lastpass: Password manager
Stylus: Change styles for sites. Favorite theme is gruvbox dark.
Vimium-FF: vim keybindings

Tree Style Tab: Display tabs in a tree rather than horizontally. Very useful for large amount of tabs. In the screenshot I have about 30 tabs open.
Tab Session Manager: Saves open tabs in intervals so you can go back to what you were working on days later.
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You are now in the /t/wilight zone

How does this make you feel?
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Raspberry Pi Recommendations

So, /t/, I got a Raspberry Pi for Christmas. I've been playing with it and quite enjoy it, and I was wondering, what do you all think I should do with it? Should I use it for emulation, as a file server, perhaps as a seedbox? Also, can anyone recommend a decent web browser that runs on the pi because it comes with >Chromium and Firefucks runs like ass. Everything else I've checked either doesn't run on ARM or else doesn't support watching muh YouTube.
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Lets get some Christmas music
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ZeroNet vs. IPFS thread

What is the future of P2P websites? ZeroNet or IPFS. Discuss.
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Distro Sharing Thread

Let's have a fun little thread. Post in this thread and tell the person above you what distribution they should run. They have to run it in a virtual machine for a day or two and can then come back and share experiences or opinions.

I feel like it's easy to get caught in a rut of one or two distributions and I think it would be fun to do this. Also, I would recommend staying away from gentoo or something that will take too long to install.

Pic mostly unrelated.
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Has /t/ tried out LXQT yet? It's extremely well laid out and uses about as much memory as XFCE. Looks a lot like KDE Plasma but without the glitches/loads of RAM usage. All in all, I'd call it an 8.5/10.
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Rust is a systems programming language that runs blazingly fast, prevents segfaults, and guarantees thread safety.

>zero-cost abstractions

>move semantics
>guaranteed memory safety
>threads without data races
>trait-based generics
>pattern matching
>type inference
>minimal runtime
>efficient C bindings

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Battlestation thread

pic related it's my workstation
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Does anyone know much about car audio? I would like to do something like in the attached. I drive a truck, so I know there are less places to put in something like a 3-Way Bandpass box, but I'm not familiar with amps, speaker brands, or really anything about car audio.
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IPFS and distributed tech

Let's talk about IPFS (but also other distributed internet technologies).

>What is IPFS?

It's basically BitTorrent on steroids.

>why would one use it

* Same file is accessed with the same hash across whole IPFS and everyone you can reach who has it seeds it. You aren't stuck in one Torrent swarm. Let's say you download a folder, and then it turns out there are some issues with it. If you download a better one you don't have to dl same files again. Individual files you already dl'd are cached. You don't have to move anything, it'll just work. (Don't shove your shit in RARs faggot.)
* You can have an both immutable and mutable addresses, kinda like a Torrent that you can update on the fly.
* As a result you can host static websites (like in Freenet).
* Smaller files that traditionally "aren't worth a torrent" can be viably hosted with IPFS.
* Because it's like a 1 huge torrent, peers are found fast for new downloads. You don't need to wait that much to start a download.
* You can watch your animu while it automatically downloads and seeds. Just point your player to the local link. It's super-fast!

>how to upload a single file

$ ipfs add ./$file
Access it at$outputted-hash
>how to upload a dir
$ ipfs add -r ./$dir
Access it at$last-outputted-hash
>how to make the thing mutable
$ ipfs name publish ./$file-or-dir-hash
Access it at$output-hash-aka-peerid (it's ipNs not ipFs)
To update, publish another hash and it will be available at the same IPNS address.

>gateways (how to access IPFS if you don't have it installed)

https://gateway.ipfs.io/, https://gateway.glop.me/, http://ipfs.pics (just pics?)

Daily reminder to pin files that you care about.

IPFS now supports CRDTs and pubsub channels, making fully dynamic content on IPFS totally possible! Try out orbit.chat (#ipfschan channel) or check out the code at https://github.com/orbitdb/orbit for an example!

IPFSchan could be a possibility, with fully distributed operation. In principle, it should already be possible to port an existing chan to a fully distributed IPFS architecture (based on the orbit example above), except for captcha and moderation.

In the meantime, it is already very usable for filesharing/file storage.
Also, Filecoin is going to be released soon: a cryptocurrency to pay people to host stuff on ipfs and to move it to a requester as quickly as possible. This will allow people to host things in ipfs even if the content is unpopular.

Thoughts? I'd love to see interesting (perhaps finalchan-centric) projects based on it. With the blanket censorship going on out there and the inherent issues with centralized websites, it looks like the silver bullet we need.
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cool wallpaper thread
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Phone thread

I just bought a Moto z2 force

How bad did I fuck up /t/?
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ITT we post mobile device apps that we like, but don't think everyone else knows about.

NewPipe is an unaffiliated YouTube app. It let's you play the video in the background, pop out the video so you can move it around the screen, stream videos like normal, or download the videos (or just the MP3 if that's what you prefer).

It's been a really nice app for those times where you just want to listen, so you can turn the screen off and enjoy the sounds.


Not sure if it's in the Play Store or the Apple Store, but it's available on F-Droid.

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Might as well start finalchan off with one of these. Time for a shell script thread.

>post scripts for any shell

>document usage
>others improve your scripts

Finalchan doesn't allow for [code] and [/code] tags so I'm going to post my stuff on pastebin and link it here.

Usage: ./script.sh youtube.com/user/USERNAME/playlists FolderName

What it does:
>curl playlists page
>grep and cut it and sort it so that you have each playlist as an element of an array
>ignore any playlist that matches the following regex 'like.*\|favorite.*\|rover.*\|fillums.*\|track.*' because those match to specific playlists on specific channels that I don't want to download.
>Create a folder for the channel named FolderName (passed to the script by you)
>Create a folder within FolderName for each playlist
>Download each video of the playlist into the respective folder file.
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pet peeves

This has been pissing me off for a while.
Fuck the 'foo' 'bar' 'baz' convention. Jesus christ how unoriginal and uncreative can one be?
It's everywhere; why the childlike 'goo gaa' words?

Anyway, general tech rant thread
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Last.fm Thread

Any of you guys use last.fm? Post your profile, follow each other and paste your taste.
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If you had to choose one OS to use for life, what would it be? I would Most likely go with Ubuntu, mostly because of support and documentation, but I'm torn between that or Manjaro.
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Does anybody have one of these for keyboards?
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CSS Design

How can I into advanced CSS? Any of it that I write is usually shit, and the rest is copied from someone else much better than me. I want to be that person.

I can code, my background is almost entirely backend/CLI programs, but I also have an eye for UI/design. I intend to be a CSS wizard, and I'm willing to put in the time.

Take the OP image for instance. Alignment can take me a while, but then how do I start designing the individual elements? I'll browse codepen for hours to find something similar, but I'd rather know how to do it than steal someone's work.

The shadow effect is really neat. How is that "Up Next" box designed and aligned? How do the soft animation effects work? I can "animate" something, but the fancy throws me in for a loop. This is stuff I'll research for hours but not really find any good answers for.
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World's Largest Pixel Advertising Site

A simple website, but worth $3,000,000.
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Mobile papes

Only the best and most aesthetic papers only
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Post your favorite album covers

OP is Ringworm - Hammer of the Witch
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Legacy Computing

Do any of you dabble in old tech or legacy operating systems? I just spent some time today and got a Windows 2000 vm to run the latest Firefox ESR. I can also watch Youtube videos, as flash works. Pic related.
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How do you feel about how phones seem to be slowly taking over the tech market? How mobility seems to be more important than functionality?
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Interesting Tool To Alleviate Boredom

I came across this tool that allows you to make any site look like a shitty late-90s era website, it's worth trying out.

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This is a good sign for the future, fellow citizens of the intarwebs. The decentralized internet looks like it might become a thing. One of the biggest obstacles, distributing video, is being tackled by a site called bitchute. Instead of the videos being hosted by the site, they are distributed through torrents that decode and stream as they are received.

The neat part is that there is no client. Your web browser is the client. It's a pretty cool (working) concept. Not sure when it goes live to everyone, but there are invited users that seem to be using it with success.


Layout is similar to youtube, which is probably a good thing. Will have to wait and see how easy it is to setup a torrent server for it.
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wut do?
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Just performed an upgrade. Moving into the future.
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Post your web browsers
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LynxChan 1.8

What is LynxChan?
LynxChan is a chan engine developed with performance, efficiency and flexibility in mind. It powers several chans ( http://lynxhub.com/lynxchan/res/285.html ) and contains a number of community-created front-ends ( https://gitgud.io/LynxChan/LynxChan-ThirdPartyFrontEnds ).
It offers a number of features, including:
-File deduplication, saving bandwidth, disk space and allowing users to post files without uploading them.
-Overboard, aggregating posts from the whole site on a single place so users can browse more easily.
-Multi-board, allowing users to aggregate posts from only selected boards.
-Extensive anti-spam and anti-flood tools that aim to both impede and reduce damage without inconveniencing users.
-Add-on support, which enables features to be added without the need for a fork.
-Modular front-end and language pack allows for the site owner to customize it without having to change the actual software.

LynxChan 1.8 main addition is multi-lingual support.
This feature allows site owners to specify alternative language packs and front-ends and associate languages to them.
When an user visits the site, the engine seamlessly picks an available language from the user and serves content in that language.

This version brings some other minor features so far:
-More granular and specific verbose modes.
-A terminal command to perform a clean shutdown of the engine.
-A board setting that allows for a maximum age that threads are allowed to be bumped.
-Improved spammer and TOR ips storage.

This version will be released 03/17, LynxChan can be found at https://gitgud.io/LynxChan/LynxChan.
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Personal Sites

Do any of you have personal websites? What do you put on them? Feel free to share links.
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I'm a Win 10 fag but I want to start using some Linux distro. I decided to use Ubuntu because I'm a beginner.

I want to still keep my current OS because I'm not ready to completely switch (so dual boot I guess) and I want to install Ubuntu on a USB.

What is the best tutorial on how to do this?
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How many of you nerds still use physical media?
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Anyone else here into traditional western music? (I'm not saying "classical" because technically that's just one specific time period)

Fags who never delved deeper than Bach/Mozart/Beethoven (not that their music is shit, it's just entry-tier) need not apply.

Embed related, a piano concerto by a friend of Beethoven.
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ITT: /t/ech humor
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List all Linux Distros you have used in your lifetime in order.

Linux Mint Debian
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Desktop Thread

Let's start a desktop thread!

I just switched from i3 to spectrwm.

>inb4 lol ecksdee xD 1337 h4xx0r
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Filthy Ones and Zeroes

When was the last time you wiped the free space on your disk, anon?

cat /dev/zero > zero.file; sync; rm zero.file
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Metal Thread

Post songs you like
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Hey /t/

Which option is best for me? Not sure what I actually need to go the whole month. I mostly read articles and watch a few videos a day. Most of these don't seem very bad as far as pricing.
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I've got a few questions.
I'm not posting this on /v/ because it mostly deals with the creation aspects of a game.
Suppose I wanted to make a computer game. My guess is that it wouldn't be very complex, compared to a lot of other games out there, but I could be wrong.
Anyway, here are some things about the idea:
>First person, WASD
>There would be an inventory screen from which you could equip 2 items (wear clothing or hold an object)
>No enemies, cutscenes, or character hand animations; i.e. items would not appear on screen if you're holding it in your hand.
>The environment could be interacted with by using L-click, but this would really only result in stuff like doors opening or lamps illuminating. Nothing super fancy, and objects wouldn't be able to be moved in the game world unless an event is #triggered. So no moving objects around with the mouse.
>Some rooms would use different lighting and music, but the general physics would stay the same.
Based on that, what sort of difficulty on a 1-10 scale would I face in the actual making of something with those attributes? Excluding stuff like recording sound effects and making textures/meshes, what kind of software would I be looking at? Time isn't really important, as this would mainly just be a project I'd work on in my spare time, and I'm not intending to try to sell it on steam.
If it makes any difference, I do have some programming experience (C++ and C), but its been about 6 or so years since I actually wrote anything, so I've pretty much forgotten.
Please keep the abuse to a minimum.
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hd-space.org freeleech link scraper

This is a scraper written in bash for hd-space.org.
hd-space is a private tracker currently accepting open invites.
Their website kind of sucks for navigation but I made this to get all the links for the .torrent files that are set to freeleech.

The first argument is the starting page. The second argument is the ending page.
You need to replace the variable for your cookie. In Firefox, get this by hitting F12, going to the network tab, opening the side panel, and finding the variable for "Cookie". For me, this is the second to the bottom one.
Some parts weren't implemented in the best possible way, but instead in the way that I'm used to doing it. Most of my shell scripting in daily life is done on an SCO server from 2003, so I have limited utilities to work with.
gplv3, so feel free to tell me I'm retarded and post a better version


#starting and ending page go from 0 to however high it goes.

export COOKIE="put your cookie here"

for i in $(seq "$1" "$2"); do
echo "curling page $i.."
curl -s "$URL" –cookie "Cookie=$COOKIE" >> pages.html
echo "sleeping.."
sleep 5s

grep -A3 'title="FreeLeech"' pages.html | fgrep .torrent | awk 'NF > 1 { print $(NF - 3); }' | tr '<>' '==' | cut -d '=' -f 2-4 | tr -d '"' > links.txt

for i in $(cat links.txt); do
echo "https://hd-space.org/$i" >> linksreal.txt

cat linksreal.txt | sort -d | uniq | sed -e 's/amp\;//g' | tee final.txt

rm linksreal.txt pages.html links.txt
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In this thread we brag about our storage space.

This is my root directory.
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Daniel Johnston

Daniel Johnston thread.

What is your favorite album by Daniel and what's your favorite song by Daniel?

My favorite album is 1990 and my favorite song is Casper the Friendly Ghost.

Pic is one of Daniel's drawings.
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Phone thread

In this thread post what kind of phone you have and your background no cheating

I have a moto X-Play
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I have Windows 10, but I care about my privacy and want to get a good Linux distro. I have heard that Debian is good and saw it was suggested on privacytools.io.

What do you guys think about Debian, should I install Debian or install some other distro?

inb4 install Gnetoo tbh fam
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First /muh/zeek thread ever. Discuss your favourite artists, albums and songs.
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US Govt sued for $600 Million over piracy


>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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Anyone else here uses traditional art as wallpapers?
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Google supports the TPP

Well, now that our best chance of fighting back has turned, we're fucked.
What does /t/ think?
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ZeroNet & 0chan

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:


Yes, you can run it through Tor.

And then go to:

Or you can check it through web-ZeroNet gateway:


I don't know about you, but i'm amazed that it really works.
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Music suggestions

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.
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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.
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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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>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
>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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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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Well it looks like Netflix has taken their internet speed battle with Comcast and Time Warner to the next level.

Netflix has launched Fast ( http://fast.com ) and it's a speed test that uses Netflix servers for the results. The benefit to using fast.com is that since it's using Netflix, you can see if your internet is actually matching what you pay for. Providers in the past given unfettered access to Speedtest.net to make it look like you were getting great speeds, but by using Netflix servers, you can test your speed against the exact service that providers are trying to throttle.

Netflix makes up approximately 33% of all internet traffic. This is a great public move for Netflix. Now you can call up your internet provider and ask them why Netflix is loading so much slower than the package you pay for.
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What is your personal defenition of a good song?

I define a good song as music w/ words that are sung that have meaning. So, imo, songs like 7 years, Hey Jude and Poor You are good songs. Stuff like Anaconda != good songs.
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Does Finalchan code? If so, in what languages what have you created?

I know HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, SQL, Batch, C++ and some Bash.

I've mostly fucked around and created some scripts, e.g. a random hash generator. I once made a JS slot machine and a simple JS game. I made a trivia game in Batch. I edited Vichan heavily for my chan (b4 it died).
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/t/, what is your prefered form of communication virtually?

I like IRC. Mainly because users can host their own servers, how easy it is to make bots, there is no cancerous voice chat and how there are no logs (undless a user logs the chat himself).
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I have a high quality server which I'm not currently using for anything. What should I host on it?
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/t/, what is the best antivrus and why?
I'm currently using AVG, looking to move because it installs toolbars, changes default search engine etc.
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We've all heard about cyberpunk and cypherpunk, but here's something new:

Newspaper articles, BBS (like this one), IRC, ASCII art, program source code, books, viewing HTML source, math, etc.

A textpunk doesn't sit there waiting for information to be slowly fed to him, textpunk is thirsty for knowledge and 100% focused - they read old school hacker textfiles.

Look at how text has shaped humanity: The birth of writing systems was correlated with some of fastest advances of science and technology in early human history. Mass production of the Bible took power away from a few select monks and democratized paving the way for people to start thinking for themselves.

Programming is text and it's the closest thing there is in the world to true wizardy and spell casting.

Today textpunks build up digital libraries of books and stick it to the copyright cartel. Aaron Swartz and so many anonymous sources that tirelessly scan and collect books.

Textpunks are the people in tune with modern digital society of ultrafast cost-free transmission of text, they're the ones rethinking, revolutionizing, publishing and mixing it with open rights and making works available online.
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what is /t/'s opinion on blur?
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3x3 Music Collage


>Last 7 Days
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Hey /r/ I'm going to be buying a chromebook soon anything I need to know before buying one?
>inb4 botnet
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ASCII thread

`Yb. .dP' .dP"Yb `Yb. .dP"Yb
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choose my phone for me

with the plan I have I can upgrade with an offer to any of these 3 samsung phones, they would be no initial payment it just skips straight to me paying 50$ a month
I can choose from the
samsung galaxy grand prime
samsung galaxy s5
and samsung galaxy s5 neo

I kinda want to choose the s5 neo but im unsure pls help

also first thread made by me no bully
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All right niggas, its Music Friday.

Post some grooves.
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I just bought these, they have shipped but I do not have them yet.

The reviews for them are really good, so hopefully it was a good decision. The removable cable is great for me, because I tend to run over the wires with my computer chair.

Here is one review, but they all seem to say the same thing. http://www.cnet.com/news/how-good-can-21-59-headphones-be/
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How viable is to host dynamic website on a free web hosting?

Of course i know you can't host there a big website, i'm not that dumb, but i mean small one or middle sized one.

I've made a simple textboard in PHP and i'm hosting it at one of these.


You can't upload files there, so i won't run out of limited storage space very soon, but i'm afraid that i will run out of limited bandwidth soon.

What are my options?
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so my friend needs "help" on deleting system 32 on his asus windows 8 laptop. so he asked me for help. anyone want to help out?
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So I wanted to play an old win9x game.

And VMware still can't keep aspect ratio when upscaling, so I thought I should try it under VirtualBox.
And once I had 98SE all nice and tweaked just like I wanted, I thought "why the hell not?"
So what's your excuse for still being sane on the eve of 2016?
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