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LynxChan 2.3 Anonymous 10/05/2019 (Sat) 17:31:54 [Preview] No. 13754
This release, 2.3, enters beta today and brings many features built on the feedback of kohlchan, that adopted it a few months ago. The highlighths of this version are as follows:

Major:
Exif data stripping.
User warnings instead of bans.
Board language.
Global filters.
Mime validation.
Dnsbl integration.
Log user name redacting.
Unbound board settings.
Quote adjustment on thread transfer.
Last replies page.
Board logs.
Post and file history of users.
Mod view for board pages and preview posts.
ASN bans.
Transferred thread redirect.
Opt-out hyperlink processing on posts.
Post-login redirect to failed attempted access.

Minor:
Manual reset for automatic board locks.
Proper ip ranges handling.
Immediate orphaned file pruning.
Configurable captcha font.
Opt-in http2.
Simultaneous banner upload.
Tor dnsbl detection.
Self account deletion.
Trusted proxies.
Separate and longer flood timer to thread creation.
Added reason and expiration to all kinds of bans.


Anonymous 10/06/2019 (Sun) 02:02:41 [Preview] No.13756 del
Pena que nenhum chan BR quer usar.


sage sage 10/07/2019 (Mon) 13:14:59 [Preview] No.13781 del
gtfo trannycoder


Anonymous 10/07/2019 (Mon) 18:30:41 [Preview] No.13782 del
hi I was trying to install some imageboards on web server but was having some trouble since I am kind of a noob and also the server is very finicky with file permissions, or something is up that i don't get.

Will you all make fun of me if I try installing lynxchan and come back here with more stupid questions or nah?


Seriously, fam. Why no ELKS flag? Anonymous 10/07/2019 (Mon) 20:18:08 [Preview] No.13784 del
>>13782
Never any telling how others may react, and there is always some autist about who will yell at you to go elsewhere because the board never had that topic up for discussion.
I would like for there to be discussions here, even for/with newbs. Endchan runs on Lynxchan, so it seems apropos for having at least one thread here.
I recently setup a Lynxchan instance for my own edification, after about six previous halfhearted attempts over a year or so. It was only recently I had the time to go into full on bang-my-head-against-the-wall-until-the-fucking-thing-works-and-I-get-a-clue mode.
So, I say, ask away.


Anonymous 10/09/2019 (Wed) 07:46:02 [Preview] No.13799 del
>>13782
>>13784
Like, here's a question. My Lynxchan instance stopped serving captcha images for no apparent reason. Why? Anybody?

A Lynxchan / mongodb full application restart cleared up the issue. For now. Not knowing what caused it means it's guaranteed to happen again. Randomly required application restarts are good enough for paid Microsoft products, but come on.


Anonymous 10/12/2019 (Sat) 15:32:10 [Preview] No.13810 del


Anonymous 10/12/2019 (Sat) 21:55:44 [Preview] No.13813 del
>>13810
>what's this?
Stuff not /tech/ related. At best, it's insanely boring /people/ and /personalities/ trivia. At worst, it's an insanely boring waste of time. There's no way to guarantee this is an actual unedited conversation between the people purported to be having it. I don't care what proof there may be of it. The subject matter is not worth the effort.
What the hell, though. I'll put on my robe and derp hat and roll with it, assuming this conversation to be true. Here are my impressions.

>JEWS
A user name? How (((amusing))).

>"8chan, 8chan, 8chan, reeeeee!"
Fred has an unhealthy obsession with 8chan. He's acting like he sold a house, and two years later that house mysteriously burned down. One might expect him to express some sadness over someone's loss of a bit of real estate with an interesting architecture, and move on. Instead, he's going on and on about how he sold it to a known pyromaniac. Might have been nice to hear just before, or just after the sale two years ago. Gee. Thanks, Fred. Still, his attitude is well documented from public comments elsewhere. Nothing new here.

>"But, they're gonna replace it with a trailer park!"
Ditto response. Boring. Let it go. Move on.

>BOW BEFORE THE WEBRING!
Maybe I'm missing something in the terminology here? Is that someone's user name?
Twenty years ago webrings linking together different sites were all the rage. Except the users didn't cooperate. They go to one site, do what they came to do, and skipped off. Turns out the only people who cared about webrings were deluded site operators desperate for traffic. So...?

>Lynxchan or GTFO!
>PSSST! Hey kid, you wanna make some monies installing Lynxchan for me?
What is missing from Lynxchan is a comprehensive howto installation guide, an administrative and customization guide, and a FAQ. Compare what support documentation is available with Mediawiki's installation and upgrade guides. The only disaster I ever encountered with Mediawiki took about two hours of reading and a half an hour of testing to fix. Lynxchan was a slog to get up and running, with multiple starting over from scratch attempts. But, it's very doable if you have experience with other large web application blobs (like Apache/MySQL/[Perl/PGP] CGI), and are willing to put in some time surfing the learning curve while taking notes. I should have taken more notes at the start.
I'd still like to see more /tech/ discussion of it here. Lynxchan, I mean. Not Stephen Lynx.

>Ignore the software bigots. Users don't care about the underlying system.
Truisms from the dawn of time. IBM knew all about that before Microsoft was a thing.

>Criticism of 8whatever administrative minutiae
More boring boredom.



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