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Anonymous 07/03/2017 (Mon) 06:46:21 [Preview] No. 8821 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
This is an attempt to slide. This is totally not a tor test
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Anonymous 07/04/2017 (Tue) 11:18:47 [Preview] No. 8839 del
fuck off to >>>/test/ you fag
Also Torniggers have to leave.

Anonymous 07/04/2017 (Tue) 17:35:53 [Preview] No. 8841 del
>telling site admin to fuck off
>calling him a fag

I'm just going to chill here with my popcorn for a while.

Anonymous 07/05/2017 (Wed) 17:48:10 [Preview] No. 8854 del
>only chan that doesn't have insane tor blocking network rules

odilitime Root 07/05/2017 (Wed) 20:48:04 [Preview] No. 8855 del
It was a tor problem with this specific board, so we had to test here. Sorry.

Anonymous 07/05/2017 (Wed) 21:25:56 [Preview] No. 8856 del
I would suggest to you that remove Tor-mirror and save i2p. That will get rid of the spam because unconfigurated (tunnels) i2p is unstable and slow so you can not spam with it.

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Help test OpenBSD Anonymous 07/03/2017 (Mon) 23:02:43 [Preview] No. 8834 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
From undleadly:

"on recent OpenBSD snapshots we have KARL, which means that the kernel is relinked so each boot comes with a new kernel where all .o files are linked in random order and with random offsets."

"To ensure this security feature works great in the 6.2 release, please test snapshots. By working well, I mean it should work invisibly, without any glitch such as a broken kernel or anything. If there are ugly glitches we would like to know before the release"


Anonymous 07/03/2017 (Mon) 23:05:37 [Preview] No. 8835 del
Karl Pilkington would be proud.

Anonymous 07/03/2017 (Mon) 23:27:19 [Preview] No. 8836 del
I would if only it wouldn't handle dependencies like my grandma handles gypsies.

Anonymous 07/04/2017 (Tue) 07:38:20 [Preview] No. 8838 del
Wow, what's the point of this?

Anonymous 07/04/2017 (Tue) 12:56:35 [Preview] No. 8840 del
As i know it screws up the hibernation. OBSD should just halt and rethink their approach to "security".

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Anonymous 07/03/2017 (Mon) 14:54:34 [Preview] No. 8826 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Anyone here using omemo on a daily basis on desktop ? What clients are you using and what are your experiences ? I'm thinking of dropping tox since I need offline messages and no scripting a workaround with tox is not what I want.

Anonymous 07/03/2017 (Mon) 19:50:49 [Preview] No. 8830 del
Never tried because I've never found a good client and also:
Ricochet works for me... no offline messages, though. Maybe Pond or Bitmessage would be a good idea for you OP.

Anonymous 07/03/2017 (Mon) 21:14:34 [Preview] No. 8833 del
pond is kinda dead isn't it ? And I'm looking for something that has a nice cli.

Anonymous 07/04/2017 (Tue) 05:14:51 [Preview] No. 8837 del
I don't think Omemo has a cli client yet...
Maybe irssi + OTR + Tor would be your best choice for security, but it's not userfriendly, you'll not get your friends to use it.

Ricochet has a CLI (not official and probably insecure):

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can't download files to disk from sankakucomplex Anonymous 06/12/2017 (Mon) 17:08:17 [Preview] No. 8550 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Kind /tech/nologists

A week or so ago I can't download images with the Tor Browser from sankakucomplex.

How is this even possible?

I can load the full size image in my browser, so it is in the memory, but when I try to download it to disk, it just creates a ~5.5kB broken file. Is this some new Firefox browser feature? How can the server owner have the right what I do with data that's already in my RAM? Is this some kind of new DRM? Please enlighten me. You can be as technical as you want to be, I'm a gentooman, I'm just not up to date about browser technology.

I await your answers with interest and a held beck REE if my worst fears prove to be right.

p.s.: on a second thought is this a Cloudlare-wide thing?

p.s.2: I can still download images from other Cloudflared sites like 4chan, 8ch
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Anonymous 06/19/2017 (Mon) 20:57:02 [Preview] No. 8569 del
I use kproxy.com to access sankakucomplex with Tor... it just works.
I don't know the answer for your question, but I have no problem with links2 on this site.

off-topic: check out kitten_sophie tag.

Anonymous 06/21/2017 (Wed) 06:52:09 [Preview] No. 8574 del
source for that loli OP?
She's from some visual novel right?

Anonymous 06/27/2017 (Tue) 11:16:20 [Preview] No. 8764 del
No. She's from a series of pics by as109.

Anonymous 07/01/2017 (Sat) 04:02:47 [Preview] No. 8812 del
if it's the fault of that shady MITM, maybe decentraleyes can help

Anonymous 07/03/2017 (Mon) 15:58:42 [Preview] No. 8828 del
What does this even do? It sounds like if a site wants jquery.js from some CDN, Decentraleyes will just get it from your disk instead. How does this help get around Cuckflare which just straight up blocks you from all websites?

Remove feature = fix a bug Anonymous 11/09/2016 (Wed) 00:10:59 [Preview] No. 7328 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
>did not remove metadata from images embededed in PDF documents
>been fixed in version 0.5.2-3+deb8u1. This update disables PDF support in MAT entirely.
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Anonymous 06/05/2017 (Mon) 11:17:23 [Preview] No. 8540 del

Anonymous 06/06/2017 (Tue) 01:27:36 [Preview] No. 8541 del
>I don't think they have enough people interested on MAT development... it's a really useful tool, though.
From https://mat.boum.org/
>Current status
>The MAT maintenance and development is currently on hold, mostly for health reasons. I might go back to it at some point in the future.
>The current version might have bugs, and doesn't work on Python3: Please avoid using it.

Anonymous 06/10/2017 (Sat) 16:55:19 [Preview] No. 8547 del
when you're so bloated, you use more bloat to trim the files produced by bloatware

Anonymous 06/10/2017 (Sat) 17:09:28 [Preview] No. 8548 del
>asks if you want to make an archive of files that you can not clean in the program.
useless feature

Anonymous 06/30/2017 (Fri) 22:30:00 [Preview] No. 8806 del
$ mat --help

usage: mat [-h] [-a] [-b] [-L] [-c] [-d] [-l] [-v] [files [files ...]]

Metadata anonymisation toolkit

positional arguments:

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit

-a, --add2archive add to output archive non-supported filetypes (Off by
-b, --backup, -b keep a backup copy
-L, --low-pdf-quality
produces a lighter, but lower quality PDF

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Anonymous 06/26/2017 (Mon) 19:39:09 [Preview] No. 8759 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

What the fuck I've just watched

Anonymous 06/26/2017 (Mon) 19:44:12 [Preview] No. 8760 del
wtf I love privacy now

Anonymous 06/26/2017 (Mon) 21:21:30 [Preview] No. 8761 del
I hope when we reinvent the web we mitigate all this.

Anonymous 06/29/2017 (Thu) 12:13:06 [Preview] No. 8787 del
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I had to receive an Android phone for work that I per order cannot root, and god damn. The propriety. I think I'm actually plunging into clinical depression. I want to build a doghouse for this fucking thing so I may have a place for it other than bringing it into my home. Maybe a vacuum capsule out of lead hanging from a newton meter over a pit of salt.

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Linus Torvalds: Free Software Foundation "insane crazy people" Anonymous 09/05/2016 (Mon) 01:53:19 [Preview] No. 6644 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]

We all knew it. Now Linus said it.

In a mailing list discussion about GPL enforcement, Torvalds touches on the pitfalls of involving lawyers in GPL disputes and argues for the superiority of the open source approach, stating: "the people who have created open source and made it a success have been the developers doing work - and the companies that we could get involved by showing that we are not all insane crazy people like the FSF."

Thoughts? Butthurt?
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Anonymous 06/24/2017 (Sat) 09:33:34 [Preview] No. 8595 del
>Whoever uses GPL is essentially delegating their rights to FSF for more systematic enforcement (that is, monetary backup incase you want to sue someone for not giving back the code).

This is not true, merely using the GPL does not give the FSF any rights over your code, or what anyone does with it. It's only if your programme becomes part of GNU that they request you delegate rights.

Anonymous 06/24/2017 (Sat) 21:55:43 [Preview] No. 8606 del
>All he wants is a way to make the Linux kernel proprietary
He just wants to stick with the GPLv2 because of feuds with some free software people (and not even the FSF staff).
When tivoization appeared people proposed a new draft of the GPL (v3) the license wasn't even a year old draft and Torvalds read it and immediately removed the + of the GPLv2 license that was at that time the license (most of the drivers are still GPLv2+ tho).
What happened are actually linux kernel developers who protested to Torvalds.
Torvalds told them to BTFO because the "draft" GPLv3 license was horrible.
And shit discussions stacked itself for at least two or three weeks until we got the actual State of things where Torvalds don't want to talk about or with free software people.

But he's right about one thing the two or three SJWs in the FSF are crazy and should be impeached for the shit they might steer.

nah he's just a stubborn idiot guy who holds a decade old grudge because of a draft license.

>GPL is Marxist shit and the FSF has done nothing ever asides from try to spread their control over free software

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Anonymous 06/27/2017 (Tue) 10:58:21 [Preview] No. 8763 del
> Did anyone in this thread ever read the GPL?
You expect people to READ? Are you fucking crazy? Reading is the new latin. Plebs want everything video. 20 minutes or less, preferably.

Anyway, even if you know latin I recommend watching some Eben Moglen. He's one of the primary lawyers behind GPLv3 and explains it and the whole commercial software, software freedom and copyleft very well
https://youtube.com/watch?v=UneYZikN85Q [Embed]

Anonymous 06/28/2017 (Wed) 10:00:39 [Preview] No. 8765 del
Linus is right. It's stupid to waste so much time on license political shit. It's not only a distraction but outright demoralizing. One reason (but not the only one) I left Debian for OpenBSD is that the mailing list is actually focussed on technical stuff, and not so much political garbage. Politics attracts the worst class of people, the ones with an agenda to push and the brainwashed useful idiots. In OpenBSD they don't get any traction, they will be told to fuck off unless they have actual solid code or other real contribution.

Anonymous 06/28/2017 (Wed) 10:15:26 [Preview] No. 8766 del
Open source goes back a lot farther than FSF. In the 70's there was an organization called People's Computer Company that started publishing free (PD) software in source code form. They're the same ones who are responsible for Dr. Dobb's Journal, the longest-running most technical journal in the history of computing, with lots of free code for anyone to use as they wish.

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Anonymous 06/24/2017 (Sat) 11:58:04 [Preview] No. 8597 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
I'm using bspwm. I already have sxiv and I don't want to install feh just so I can set up a desktop background. Is there any way I can set it with X alone ?

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Anonymous 06/24/2017 (Sat) 16:02:09 [Preview] No. 8599 del
xsetroot or bgs (github.com/gottox/bgs)

Illumos-based OSes Anonymous 10/31/2016 (Mon) 18:30:36 [Preview] No. 7226 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Anyone using or dabbling in an Illumos-based OS like OpenIndiana?

After 10 years of using Linux (though I used OpenSolaris a little here and there before Oracle killed it), I've been using OpenIndiana as my daily driver.

On the surface, it's a lot like using any Linux distro with MATE. I have access to most* of the tools I'm accustomed to like gcc, TeXLive, Firefox, and VLC.

I'm really not familiar with the under-the-hood features of the OS that come from Solaris, like DTrace and Zones. On the other hand, I never used systemtap or LXC on Linux, either.

OpenIndiana will be putting out updated installation .isos in the near future. In the meantime, you can install with one of the currently available isos and update. If you want to try OI in a virtual machine, be sure to allocate plenty of RAM. 2048MB minimum.


*With the exception of Tor Browser Bundle, which I'd love to have on OI.
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Anonymous 11/05/2016 (Sat) 06:01:44 [Preview] No. 7300 del
Ok, let's just get into it for a moment:

"The first part of the Solaris code base to be open sourced was the Solaris Dynamic Tracing facility (commonly known as DTrace), a tool that aids in the analysis, debugging, and tuning of applications and systems. DTrace was released under the CDDL on January 25, 2005 on the newly launched opensolaris.org website.[15] The bulk of the Solaris system code was released on June 14, 2005. There remains some system code that is not open sourced, and is available only as pre-compiled binary files."


So, the point is: the original code is not on Illumos. Part of the code has been released, but many parts has been re-engineered, that's what Indiana Project is, to reconstruct Solaris, open source.
What's your point?
I was wrong in some parts, yes. And you are wrong too.

>I knew exactly who you were.
Of course you knew, I'm the only one fag that still post in here! I don't bother hidding my typing style from you people, I know you know it's me when I type.

>over and over and over.
actually I only discuss openbsd here with you, it seems. Most part of the threads here I don't even mention openbsd.
But, yeah, I really support the project because: FSF take hundreds of thousands of dollars every year. OpenBSD guys can't even pay for the energy, and they contributed for computing security equally or more than linux dudes in many areas. Redhat and Cisco, for example, use OpenSSH on their systems and don't even donate some coins. Don't you think it's ridiculous? FSF deffend transgender fags and take mountains of money, OpenBSD do hard on security community and can't even pay for the fucking energy.

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nntpchan user 11/07/2016 (Mon) 10:39:27 [Preview] No. 7312 del
tbph, you two should do a benchmark contest. post & compete services to see who outperforms the other.

then have a crack-me bet: offer a den of crackers some bitcoins to crack your services, and see how they sustain all the attacks.

then come back to this thread with all the results.

far better use of your times.

Anonymous 11/07/2016 (Mon) 12:37:50 [Preview] No. 7315 del
>implying they actually know how to use unix

Anonymous 11/07/2016 (Mon) 12:45:33 [Preview] No. 7317 del
*nix. I don't think they have copies of UNIX or want to benchmark such an ancient thing.

still willing to bet DOS will still beat them.

Anonymous 11/08/2016 (Tue) 16:16:57 [Preview] No. 7327 del

>offer a den of crackers some bitcoin
>some bitcoin
>1 BTC = 712 USD

Front the cash or take your ridiculous idea and insert it into your faggot ass.

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irc Anonymous 06/19/2017 (Mon) 20:56:16 [Preview] No. 8568 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Why are there no good irc channels for tech and general banter on tor ? i2p has #salt.

Anonymous 06/19/2017 (Mon) 21:50:57 [Preview] No. 8570 del
What? You mean an onion irc address? You can just use regular irc with tor.

Anonymous 06/20/2017 (Tue) 00:38:59 [Preview] No. 8571 del
Well, specifically a irc channel on a tor only irc network.