>>ZKW9ZT57 (OP) what is dreamtime?
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I downloaded dreamtime on a spare computer to see if the nudification is worth anything, notice it uses a built-in ipfs/torrent backup to distribute data models. there are obvious upsides to this, but what (if any) are the downsides? Let's avoid "hard disk fragmentation" and focus on actual vulnerabilities.
What''s the final verdict on systemd?14 replies and 1 images, Click here to view all.
Basedware is here folks.10 replies, Click here to view all.
Why do I need to enable java-script to see images here?
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do sjws give root privileges to all their users, or they completely remove the root user so that nobody has more privileges than the others?
I still don't understand federation.11 replies and 1 images, Click here to view all.
>>W8MSDK6Z an instance is a server fchan is only federated with the /b/ board with 0x00000000.xyz/b/ and 0xchan is federated with all of fchans boards consolidated all into its one /b/ board. so if you want to see all of fchans boards in one feed you can just use 0x00000000.xyz/b/catalog and view all of the current FChannel instances and post from there.
>>E0527DF6 this is highly debatable, especially since there's no way for instances to post to one another without pre-authorization basically, you can either play blacklist spam whackamole or you can whitelist and hope that other servers reciprocate
do you guys think that plan9 namespaces could do the same thing as qubes vm's without being bloated cancer?7 replies and 1 images, Click here to view all.
my ISP blocked me from making threads on 4chan, any help to bypass that?25 replies and 3 images, Click here to view all.
Free your computer from proprietary software today! Install the GNU operating system with Linux added that respects your freedom.21 replies and 1 images, Click here to view all.
>>92EEG269 nigga you really think netbsd is going to be even remotely better? i mean those faggots don't have half the mitigations that openbsd and hardenedbsd have and also include linux_compat, making them vulnerable to LINUX vulnerabilities. they're main purpose is running on toasters, its a joke. openbsd is still the best for security and its overall just neat
reminder that tor, zeronet and similar alternatives are the only legit option. bittorrent is decentralised and yet LE and ISPs have done a fine job screwing people for using bittorrent when it comes to stuff they genuinely see as a threat (no one cares about copyrighted music or movies, retard). you will never be able to have a clearnet equivalent to 8/pol/ anymore, decentralised or not.7 replies and 1 images, Click here to view all.
>>AWIXOZ0K Federated servers can choose to expose a hidden service (or loki etc) per the admin's wishes. Then tinfoilers can use the tinfoil instance and everyone is happy. Federation is wonderful.
>>C7I55L8V >be me >be autistic fuck >highschool >hanging out with friends >one of them walks off for a moment and comes back with a small group of other people >some students from another class >friends tell me they know a girl who is just like me >ohboyherecomes.ogg >they are probably just messing with me >expecting some weird/ugly looking girl >cutetomboy.jpg >her appearance is unkept, but she is pretty charming >she doesn't say anything >she stands very awkwardly in front of me just staring me >i say hi >she says hi >we stare at each other >people laugh >hard >we shy away from each other >her group walks away with her saying "oh well we tried" and laughing >never talked to her again >still saw her occasionally >later i found out she had autism, as in an actual diagnosis i didn't think much of it back then, thought it was just my friends pranking me or something for being autistic af today work was so excruciatingly boring that i found myself thinking about that day i wonder what they meant by "we tried" i wonder if she had an interest in me and that was her shot i wonder if i had tried to talk to her again we could have been friends or something more i wonder if i wouldn't be spending the better part of the day alone i wonder that was several years ago, but when i remember it, it still weighs like a boulder on the shoulder
>be me >AI researcher >finally discovered how to create a human-like AI >turns out it is pretty cheap to simulate lots of humans in a single computer >idea >get a super computer >simulates 100 billion humans on my basement >hook up the super computer directly to the pirate bay >have the humans i created watch all the copyrighted material in the world >without paying for a loicence to distribute such content to them, of course >turns out industry's money actually vanishes from their safes when someone watches their product without their authorization >hollywood declares bankruptcy within the hour >all music companies are closing their doors >people are no longer motivated to do creative endeavors >no more entertainment is created >people fall into a depression as there is no more content to consoom and distract them from their existential dread >suicide rates skyrocket to 100% >mankind is no more, the closest things to humans now are the AIs running in my basement >mfw i singlehandedly crashed the entire world economy, bringing meat humans to extinction and replacing them with zeroes-and-ones humans another day in the life of a pirate
Who else is looking forward to everything finally having dark mode? Computers were originally always in dark mode, i.e. white or green text on a black background. "Light mode" was a great folly where people wanted stuff on their computer to look like the printed page. It makes no sense when you think about it, why would you have the entire screen light up except for the text? It would be like printing out a page covered entirely in ink, except for where the words are meant to be. I for one long for the day when every browser renders an HTML page with no CSS as white text on a black background.