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 No.15[Reply]

Can anyone tell me if Devuan's any good?
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 No.27

I guess I'm just worried if my software wont be packaged in. But then again, in that case, I can always just compile from source, lol

 No.38

Been using as my main OS and it's flawless!

The recent improvements on the installer make it easier than most distros to do full disk encryption with multiboot!

 No.39

>>38

This is dangerously making me consider wiping my machine and reinstall, hahahahaha

 No.43

>>39

void is the best. I haven't run into any package conflicts or needed anything that's not availale.

 No.101

>>43

Same, I recommend void to everyone it is what I used as my daily driver for several years straight.



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 No.79[Reply]

*Tink tink tink*
"Ahem"
POST ON TOR
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 No.80

This. But also browse on Tor.

 No.83

TOR GANG

 No.100

There is something glitching out with one of my posts, it shows up on the home page recent posts listing, and it shows up on the pathb.net/comp/ default page, but when I click on that thread and open the thread-specific view the message ins't showing up?



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 No.82[Reply]

Anyone here thought about starting a meshnet ISP?

 No.84

File: 1606848346680.jpg (42.77 KB, 720x720, 1606515107483.jpg)

Want to do one in my city and am currently going through this book for network design ideas and basics: http://wndw.net/download/WNDW_Standard.pdf

One big hurdle is trying to source hardware in scalable and cost effective way.

 No.86

>>84
Businesses that are shuttering their doors may be an avenue to look down, a lot of the time they dump a lot of equipment for little to nothing since it isn't worth their time to sell

 No.89

>>86
Not >>84 here, but the biggest difficulty I've had with any Wide Area Network design is sourcing high-powered wireless bridges, which aren't very common even in a lot of enterprise settings.

I just recently got into messing around with hardware (like dismantling and soldering stuff), though… I wonder if it's possible to modify an ordinary wireless access point to use an external antenna.

 No.99

>>84
So don't do it in a scalable cost effective way? Just buy a few at a time and try to get anything working at first, why does it have to be scalable right away? Just try getting even a model of the thing working and slowly buy a few more nodes with extra money from your job.



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 No.69[Reply]

Nice webpage you got there.
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 No.87

>>85
I mean, use Tor but thats sketch lol

 No.90

>>85
OP pic is what Noscript shows on inhabit.global page. Whoever made this place chose the ugliest webshit landing to deliver a few paragraphs of text that could have been done in pure html. I wonder for what purpose.

 No.94

>>90
It isn't anything nefarious I don't think. The Inhabit people are just trying to do gurrilla marketing with their new brand. The Inhabit brand is going to be the next supreme, they are just jumping on the radical ecology wave with some hip empty revolutionary rhetoric devoid of substance.

Inhabit has analytics on it because that is necessary for the marketing/branding analysis work to see which demographics the brand is taking off with. If it was actually trying to do something actually revolutionary it would respect privacy. Instead it is just trying to sell them some branding shit.

 No.96

>>90
>>94
If you knew how to do incredibly basic shit like open your browser's dev tools and select the network monitor tab, you could probably draw more accurate conclusions about the presence of Javascript on any given webpage.

 No.97

>>96
I don't know if you just didn't read the conversation we are having here, the data analytics testing plugin shit they are using isn't just some stupid animation or font crap. It is actually data mining software, we have no idea what features of that data analytics they are using or trying to track just from the devtools.



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 No.58[Reply]

Sorry to keep backseat web-designing if you've already got changes planned, but if you want full-size images to display properly on mobile, you could change the selector:

> @only screen and (max-width: 991px)

> .full-image

to instead be:

> @only screen and (max-width: 991px)

> .file a .full-image

as it's currently being completely overridden by the existing ".file a .full-image" selector (with no media query) due to that one being more specific.
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 No.62

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>>61
>tfw you want to look at picture

 No.65

>>62
feelsbadman

 No.67

>>62
Just click the filename newfig

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 No.76

>>62
Phone posters are cringe.



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 No.73[Reply]

>Your IP address is listed in rbl.efnet.org.
>Your IP address is listed in rbl.efnet.org.
>Your IP address is listed in rbl.efnet.org.
toranons btfo

 No.74

nvm the onion works again

 No.75

I had this issue earlier but it seems to be working fine through the onion like right now.



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 No.57[Reply]

d4lkrpbhnnhxocgshder2binhu5i3ifv6yskbkqnoa3bve7st2wvh3yd.onion

 No.66

cant seem to actually post from it



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 No.56[Reply]

pathb.net onion url when


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 No.44[Reply]

emacs cookbook is based.
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 No.49

>>48
Speaking of scheme anon, have you done SICP??

 No.50

anti-civ computers are based

 No.53

dunno whats wrong with Atom or even nano

 No.54

>>49

Only halfway through

>>53

Nothing! I just need more than just a text editor, but not someting as specialized as an IDE. Like, if Lisp Machines were still a thing, I'd be on them. I need a completely integrated computing environment and Emacs is one of the very few things that does it as well. My desktop env is just here to give me access to images/videos, web browsing (qutebrowser), etc and the rest is all emacs.

 No.55

>>54

wait, not desktop env, wm (bspwm)



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 No.41[Reply]

We compute like this.
#threadporn

 No.42

>>41
what am i looking at

 No.52

File: 1604361939910.jpg (Spoiler Image, 991.78 KB, 1316x1316, gpj.jpg)

>>42

τεϕ} : 이것은 subchimera에서 pseudo-xenobotnet으로의 ξχ-breakflow입니다. 1튜브.

ₓ: essentially that.

(but most likely you're not ꬲ⁸-conditionally looking at an ҾϒҼ҉Ͱ)



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