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

Please check the rules before you post:


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/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/.

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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

>>>/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

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Bring all your hardware, software and other troubles here.

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You can compile it yourself.

For privacy related browsing just use anything based on Firefox and use uBlock Origin, uMatrix, Decentraleyes and HTTPS Everywhere.

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

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My usual desktop PC is dying, specifically the USB controller on the mobo is crapping out. I already ordered another [cheap] setup. An AMD 4-core something or other with 8 gigs of ram. was like $320 for the mobo+cpu+ram. My games are olde and I don't want a PC that sounds like a vacuum cleaner. I am reusing the case, power supply, soundblaster sound card and the old videocard.

(1) I noticed tho that most mobos that places sell are gayming types, festooned with silly anodized darth vader fins everywhere. I mean, like 98% of them are. The mobos now have programmable LEDs on them? ?:>[ fuck this gay earth

(2) Also most mobos were matx types, or micro-atx. Only a few were atx. I don't "need" lots of slots anymore, but it seems that only the desktop server boards still come in atx...? just seems odd, I guess

(3) my one concession to speed was to buy two 500-gig SSDs, so I can have a windows all-SSD computer. Waiting for hard drives to spin up drives me nuts. and if there's even ONE mechanical drive, the OS will still wait for it to spin up, even if you aren't doing anything that is on it.

(4) I bought my stuff at mwave for YEARS,,, went looking yesterday and they didn't have any cheaper CPUs on hand for any of the cheaper boards? all they had was high-end CPUs...??? and I am a cheap bastid. I had heard of the bitcoin orgy taking all the good videocards, but had not heard anything of CPU shortages.

(5) also all the PC cases are gay or expensive now

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Best apps in F-droid?

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Before I roll my own, what is the absolute best text editor for Android with FOSS license?

minimal requirements:

1) Up-to-date look and feel ("material design", native to Android 7.1)

2) stable, never crashes

3) can save&load both to its own private data folder (inaccessible by other apps) and to any other place on the filesystem

4) small APK size, no botnet features

5) can accept text from other apps via implicit intents

I tried a few from F-Droid and each one failed by several of those simple points. Yet I know that it's really easy to do them right.



It doesn't satisfy your requirements, but Emacs in Termux is perversely much better than you'd expect. It actually has basic touch screen support. I've used it to write non-trivial amounts of text.



Can it be trusted?


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wtf is that


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Installed it, realized there's no way to see if an app is free software or proprietary, uninstalled it.

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Media is saying that using IP technology CIA has managed to track down not just the exact building the DNC hack came from, but also the office, terminal and identity of the hacker.

He is of course, Russian.

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who wants to late night drunk code

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farbfeld is pretty cool, thanks.

What were you looking to do with it?


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>tfw you forget to invert the channels because of the stack



I've one of these, the gas plasma screen's really neat. The plastic has become very brittle over the years, though.




Found the american. enjoy your 4% nigga


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>have uni class about internet protocols

>we are talking about PPP, SLIP, LPC....

>he is just going through the little notes and not in depth about what flags in header do what and what happens in every situation

>"Hey professor, why is LPC termination request approved with no authentication? Couldn't someone just fake the packets en-masse and make denial of service?"

>him:"ummmm, why?"

>him: "oh we have a hacker boy here"

>he reffers to me as "hacker boy" every few minutes when encryption and authentication came up the discussion





He's helping you assert your dominance, keep asking pertinent questions and your classmates will start fearing you


Drink a soy latte and chill out, hacker boy

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>30 years ago

every single 10 year old that had a home computer in his house knew how to program in BASIC


adult in his early 20's who uses a computer for almost everything doesn't even know what a variable is

what happened?

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I don't expect everyone to be able to code, but people should at least understand the basics of using a computer. Like those people who save everything to the goddamn desktop because they don't understand how directories work. That's simply not acceptable.



Millennials are truly a wasted generation.

At least Gen Zyklon B are using SBCs at the age of 10.





not so much wasted as lost. unfortunately for gen z the economic effects of an entire generation being utterly destroyed economically will be felt long after we are dead. the boomers are crashing this plane with no survivors.



They made the machines stupid so they wouldn't scare the nigger cattle, that's what happened. Every baboon and retard can have a pooter nowadays.


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There wasn't much abstraction. You didn't get all kinds of libraries and frameworks, you had to write your own stuff. BASIC even gave you direct access to all the computer's memory and ports, and you could even overwrite the OS if you wanted to (pretty much the equivalent of ring 0 on modern hardware). But mostly that was useful for POKE'ing machine language instructions into memory and calling it like a subroutine. Because BASIC itself was good enough for turn-based or slow-paced games, but if you wanted to do a fast action game, you needed to use some machine language.

Terry mentions in one of his videos that a very common beginner's program was a memory dumper. You could do something like that in a dozen lines of code, and then expand it into an actual hex editor, and later modify it to read/write floppy disk instead of memory. There weren't any big hurdles in the way like nanny OS or complicated filessytem. And best of all, if you fucked up, simply hitting the reset button brought you back to a sane state in one second (assuming your machine had BASIC in ROM or on cartridge), otherwise it took a few more seconds.

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For discussing software and hardware minimalism and minimal computing lifestyle.

>What is computing minimalism?


>Why software minimalism?

- Fewer bugs

- Better performance

- Lower memory footprint

- Better maintainability

- Higher scalability

- Longer software lifetime

- Smaller attack surface

>List of minimal OSes and distros


>Minimal programs lists

Alternatives to Bloatware: https://github.com/mayfrost/guides/blob/master/ALTERNATIVES.md

Window Managers: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_X_window_managers

Suckless: https://suckless.org/rocks

Cat-v.org: http://harmful.cat-v.org/software/

Minimalism is not a lack of something. It's simply the perfect amount of something.

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>if you can't patch basic shit

If it's unusable without teared off feature, then that's packagers work, if the dev himself is autistic fag.

I use st as well, but fuck, point is that it's literal autism, not including feature that is ==ESSENTIAL==.



This but add mg to editors and netsurf to browsers.


UNIX and C are the cause of bloat.

*   In another article DB writes:
* > Unix programmers have a bizzare idea of
* > efficiency. Emacs misuses pointers to save a few bytes
* > (while being huge and bloated), XWindows is a pig, but
* > hey, we saved a JMP! :-)

* That's not UNIX, that's MITnix. This massive abuse of
* virtual memory seems to have come in with the MIT "free"
* software: X, the GNU stuff, and so on... --

First of all, memory for PCs (and soon for workstations)
runs for about $30/MB, and 8 additional MB take care of both
X and GNU Emacs.

In addition, I won't say much about X, which I dislike,
although if I'm not mistaken most of the bloat has occurred
because of vendor requests. X 10 was much leaner, and
provided more than sufficient functionality as far as I'm

With respect to Emacs, may I remind you that the original
version ran on ITS on a PDP-10, whose address space was 1
moby, i.e. 256 thousand 36-bit words (that's a little over 1
Mbyte). It had plenty of space to contain many large files,
and the actual program was a not-too-large fraction of that

There are many reasons why GNU Emacs is as big as it is
while its original ITS counterpart was much smaller:

- C is a horrible language in which to implement such things
as a Lisp interpreter and an interactive program. In
particular any program that wants to be careful not to crash
(and dump core) in the presence of errors has to become
bloated because it has to check everywhere. A reasonable
condition system would reduce the size of the code.

- Unix is a horrible operating system for which to write an
Emacs-like editor because it does not provide adequate
support for anything except trivial "Hello world" programs.
In particular, there is no standard good way (or even any in
many variants) to control your virtual memory sharing

- Unix presents such a poor interaction environment to users
(the various shells are pitiful) that GNU Emacs has had to
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>minimalism is better than utilitarianism

you are all edgy redditors who know nothing about computers and think that less is better



t. brainlet who doesn't know how to weave larger tools via scripting

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Tired of winning yet?

Because of this failure, U.S. and foreign police will have new mechanisms to

seize data across the globe. Because of this failure, your private emails,

your online chats, your Facebook, Google, Flickr photos, your Snapchat videos,

your private lives online, your moments shared digitally between only those

you trust, will be open to foreign law enforcement without a warrant and with

few restrictions on using and sharing your information. Because of this

failure, U.S. laws will be bypassed on U.S. soil.

As we wrote before, the CLOUD Act is a far-reaching, privacy-upending piece of

legislation that will:

Enable foreign police to collect and wiretap people's communications from U.S.

companies, without obtaining a U.S. warrant. Allow foreign nations to demand

personal data stored in the United States, without prior review by a judge.

Allow the U.S. president to enter "executive agreements" that empower police

in foreign nations that have weaker privacy laws than the United States to

seize data in the United States while ignoring U.S. privacy laws. Allow

foreign police to collect someone's data without notifying them about it.

Empower U.S. police to grab any data, regardless if it's a U.S. person's or

not, no matter where it is stored.


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Can we expect the supreme court to strike this down as a blatant violation of the 4th Amendment?


good luck tapping my swedish vpn


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Damn. It's all fucked up.






It's really a shame having to hide power levels when around normies instead of feeding them red pills all day long like Alex in A Clockwork Orange.



I'm trying to help you here. Why do you think httpseverywhere and pgp encryption exist? Anything you upload to (((The Cloud))) you no longer own. There is somehow an implied right to email privacy which never existed. Assume Google and Microsoft are training bots on your spam. If you had a Yahoo email account, the US government already looked at it. Unless you're going through a trusted proxy, anyone high up could easily find where you go on the internet.


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>Event A: government enslaves everyone

>Response: lel we don care

>Event B: government passes law that makes spanking slaves legal


You are responding with more outrage to an event of insignificant magnitude compared to what has already been happening for decades. This is happening because the media was told by intelligence agencies to convince you that you should be more outraged, and like a brainless retard you have believed them.

But yeah I'm the one in fort meade.

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Warning: Non-proprietary drivers involved!

The Archer T9UH from TP-Link is the best USB interface I have ever used (despite never using the pineapple or rfhack)

It relies on the rtl8814au chip and drivers, and is compatible with USB 3.0 (the greatest socket ever invented!)

It is great for wardriving, or setting up relay devices, or just straight up wifi sniping.

I've had success getting signals from up to a football field away with just the OOB tranceiver, and have produced speeds from that distance up to around 30 MBps (wow)


Interface USB 3.0

Button WPS button


Wireless Standards

Dimensions ( W x D x H ) 3.96×1.44×0.56in. (100.53×36.6×14.3mm)

Antenna Type Omni Directional


Wireless Standards IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a,IEEE 802.11n,IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b

Frequency 5GHz,2.4GHz

Signal Rate 5GHz:

11ac: Up to 1300Mbps(dynamic)

11n: Up to 450Mbps(dynamic)

11a: Up to 54Mbps(dynamic)


11n: Up to 600Mbps(dynamic)

11g: Up to 54Mbps(dynamic)

11b: Up to 11Mbps(dynamic)

Transmit Power <20dBm (EIRP)

Wireless Modes Ad-Hoc / Infrastructure mode

Wireless Security Support 64/128 bit WEP, WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK, 802.1x

Modulation Technology DBPSK, DQPSK, CCK, BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM, 256-QAM


Certification CE, FCC, RoHS

Package Contents Wireless Adapter Archer T9UH

Resource CD

Quick Installation Guide

USB Cradle

System Requirements WindowsPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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>make the obvious point that USB 3.0 has security problems




That seems pretty expensive for a USB wifi dongle.


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>not just making your own



>literally an advertisement thread

Report, sage, hide.



yea, its funny how anthenna manufacturing is unprofitable and relies on idiots who don't know a tiny bit of anthenna theory.

It literally takes you a day, few wires, connector and soldering iron and you will make a better anthenna than ANY bought one.

EVERY anthenna I made was better than any bought one, and much much cheaper.

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/tech/'s gotten dragged down by the influx of /g/ refugees lately. Here are some tips for you:

1. If your post is not worth reading, don't fucking post it.

2. Do not start low effort threads with the expectation that someone else does the work for you to make it a thread worth reading. Either put in the effort yourself or don't start the thread.

3. Burden of proof is on the person making the claims. If someone asks you to produce sources/evidence for your claims, produce them, or admit you don't know what you're talking about. No one is obligated to take your shit seriously if you can't produce evidence. Whining about "spoonfeeding" means you're a manchild who can't produce evidence.

4. Keep your shit board-related. Overlap happens, but this isn't >>>/sci/, >>>/pol/, >>>/d/, >>>/fur/, >>>/v/, or >>>/b/.

5. If you are posting for the lulz, be actually funny, not a worthless retard posting memes, sarcasm, and shitposts.

6. Ironic shitposting is just shitposting. Don't shitpost.

7. If at any point in time you are posting shit with the desire that someone give you attention/replies/agreement/praise, you should fuck off to wherever attention whores go. That includes threads that people rate your wallpaper or PC or whatever the fuck show-off bullshit no one cares about.

8. This is not a circlejerk. No one cares that you're cheerleading/supporting/agreeing with another poster. Either contribute to the discussion or don't post.

9. This is not a secret club. You're on a public forum indexed by google that has minimal captcha and not even user registration. Don't fucking force memes or bizarre shit or whine about normalfags/reddit when you get called out for posting like a faggot.

Basically, post shit worth reading and don't be cancer. That's it, honestly.

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>Come here for some tech tips after /v/ got fucking flooded after the Nintendo Direct

>It's even worse here

>Template threads

>Eceleb threads

>God awful shitposting with no actual discussion

>Shitton of political posts

>One sentence shitposts everywhere

I just checked /g/ as well

It's on life support, they have migrated here

The top boards might as well be cuckchan bunkers at this point.



Did you know you can proxy into a VPN you fucking moron? All you need to do is ensure your proxy is in a different non-cooperative jurisdiction from your VPN and they can both be snooping on you and proxy A will only know that you use a VPN and your VPN will only know that the traffic comes from proxy A and if they want to figure out who is doing what, the country of proxy A will have to ask the country of the VPN to fork over the data they were wiretapping on you and if you have a proxy in say Iran and the United States you know those intelligence agencies are never telling each other shit even if they're both snooping massively on the traffic, so neither of them will figure out it was you.




Yeah, 4chan /g/ is royally shitting up the place.



It helps to add more proxies in different countries. Basically the bigger the legal clusterfuck to get all those governments to cooperate on IDing your shit, the better. Plus, if even one of them cannot have their logs retrieved, the whole snooping effort is doomed.


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tbh this

I seen more shitposts with more cool new tech information than all the fucking hugbox blogposts combined


All these points are literally the entire reason for sage. If you're going to pretend you're an oldfag, respect the old traditions. If some faggot doesn't like what you're posting, sage gives them an easy and convenient way to hide your post.

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Any of you use Mastodon? I'd like to make some friends through it but don't know anyone else who uses it. Furthermore, I want to get my IRL friends to start using it but need some experience with it before I make that happen.

If anything, I'll be your friend. For free.

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Tell me how to make this thing work and how to add you, then I'll PM it to you.



Alright. I'm going to join a mastodon instance and dick around with it. I'll let you know in a bit.


No. GNU/Social is superior to it.

You shouldn't be using social media at all to be frank.



Gnu social? How many people even use that?



Do you know why OP made this thread?

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They must be paranoid about spying. What special phone do you think they would be using?

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>retarded halfchan nigger doesn't understand how a fucking cell phone works

Go ahead and use the CIA nigger phones, you stupid fuck. You're still operating on civilian networks, so it's insecure. You gonna make a thread about how secure your Libreturd ChinkPad is when you hook it to the unprotected Starbucks network? Fuck you, faggot cunt. Get lost.


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More tech illiteracy. Stop blabbing about things you're utterly ignorant of, fuckheads. Everything from the boot ROM to the system storage is all EEPROM in any modern computer. Every bit of firmware from radios to EFI bootloaders can just be rewritten from a bootloader mode or can be manually reprogrammed with a common hardware debugging interface like JTAG or ISP, with the latter being more common on mobile ARM devices (AKA chinkshit).



I have one of those portable furnaces lying around somewhere



but my libreturd chinkpad doesn't connect to public wifi. i put my card in monitor mode to sniff the niggers that do though.



>What special phone do you think they would be using?

Look in your pocket and tell me.


number station with OTP

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the webm is showing h265 vs av1

Webm vs AV1

which is the future?

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Thanks. Cute picture. I think my best bet right now is to wait until ffmpeg gets support in git, by then it should be "stable-enough" to figure all the flags out and then wait a little longer before using it for real, long term storage.



Given that I only update my lossless collection once every few years, I'm willing to accept week long encodes for that space tradeoff. Adding new things can take days but I don't produce things daily so it's okay for my use. I'm sure in time things will get better as software gets optimized and hardware vendors potentially add support.



>Given that I only update my lossless collection once every few years, I'm willing to accept week long encodes for that space tradeoff. Adding new things can take days but I don't produce things daily so it's okay for my use. I'm sure in time things will get better as software gets optimized and hardware vendors potentially add support.

Good luck decoding pre-finalized bitstream with future decoder versions.


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Here are some screenshots from video encoded at 500kb 1280x720 from a 1600x900 source.

VP9 encode uses

-c:v libvpx-vp9 -b:v 64k -c:a libopus -b:a 500k -speed 1 -lag-in-frames 25 -auto-alt-ref 1 -frame-parallel 1 -tile-columns 6 -row-mt 1 -quality best -sn -ac 2 -y -cpu-used 8 -threads 8 -g 9999 -colorspace bt709 -vf scale=-1:720 -f webm -pass 2 "<file>.webm"

An intredasting thing to note is that the 2-pass AV1 encoder apparently calculates the final(?) output filesize and reserves that space when creating the file, which then grows slightly while encoding(created a 6mb file which has since grown to 7mb after 3900 frames, whereas ffmpeg output files grow continously during encoding).



what about 10-bit x264?

how does it compare?


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Also aomenc is slow as shit, having ffmpeg running at the same time only slows it down by 0,20 fpm.

Can't show more than these on a christian imageboard.


Dunno, I'll try encoding some animu and see what happens.

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