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68859827 No.68859827 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

What's the best way to anonymously do stuff on the internet and stay secure? Assuming you're not under active surveillance/investigation.


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>> No.68860395

Use Tails
Use Tor, disable JavaScript by default
Don't use a VPN, or if you do use Tor->VPN
Use Tor browser and install uBlock origin and uMatrix
Block Google, Facebook, cloudflare, Microsoft domains.

>> No.68860401

Swallow the blackpill, be a good goy, and accept that the government knows everything

>> No.68860495

True, but the agencies that know everything don't give a shit about you unless you're building weapons of mass destruction or spaceships, and they don't share with other agencies either.

>> No.68860525

100%. I'm fairly certain they're just recording illegal activity and some day if they're bored or need a higher budget they'll van a lot of us.

>> No.68860550

>Don't use a VPN, or if you do use Tor->VPN

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68859762 No.68859762 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Which of the three do you think will solidify its position as de facto standard?


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>> No.68860261

React having used both ng and react

>> No.68860321

Vue is pretty good. It’s like the good parts of react and angularjs in one framework.

>> No.68860346

This but the other way around

>> No.68860361

react won years ago (and i despise facebook)

vue is for brainlettes and angular is over engineered

t. senior dev

>> No.68860609

If there is a god, WebASM

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68859728 No.68859728 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Ask a mac user anything.

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>> No.68860273

let's see yours

>> No.68860283

>mac user
>this poor

>> No.68860308

Why is it harder to edit HTML on Safari than Chrome just to edit bank numbers?

>> No.68860476

>using wells fargo

You deserve every assraping that's coming to you.

>> No.68860483

what's wrong with it

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68859632 No.68859632 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Core 2 Quad Forever Edition

>Create a parts list
>Learn how to build a PC
Search youtube for a guide w your socket

Want help?
>State your budget & CURRENCY
>List your uses eg Gaming, Video Editing, VM Work
>For monitors include purpose and GPU pairing
>NO Speccy. Use HWinfo
>For Win7 in Ryzen https://pastebin.com/TUZvnmy1

>CPUs less threads usually suffer lower 0.1% minimums
>Athlon 200GE - Bare minimal desktop/gaming
>R3 2200G - Light gaming(dGPU optional)
>R5 2400G - Consider IF on sale
>i5 8600k/9600k - Good gaming & multithreaded work use CPUs
>i7-9700k/8700k - If you have a $2000+ budget and pairing with a 2080 or better
>i9 9900k - Best high-end CPU on a non-HEDT platform
>i9 7900x - HEDT

>Always choose at least a 2 stick kit
>8GB - Bare minimum/Light desktop use.
>16GB - Standard amount
>32GB - If you have to ask, you don't need this
>CPUs benefit from fast RAM; 2933MHz+ is ideal. Check "more" for true latency formula

Graphics cards
>RTX 2000 cards; cheap models usually low yield processor. Aim for factory OC versions for best performance
>use your due diligence with cheap MODELS ie MSI Armor (Mk2 is ok), Gigabyte G1/Wf, ASUS dual, and others w/ small heatsinks and low quality fans. They may be cheap, but won't get high boost clocks like better models
>RX 570/580/1060 6GB - standard 1080p 60fps+ options
[email protected]
>Vega 56/1070ti best value, Free/G-sync monitor highly recommended
[email protected]
[email protected]+hz
>Upscale from 1620-1800p. Or 2080Ti, but awful value
OpenCL use
>Vega 64

>Backup before using StoreMi
>Consider a larger SSD (better GB/$) instead of small SSD & HDD
>2TB HDDs are barely more $ than 1TB
>M.2 is a form factor, NOT a performance standard

>Always consider FreeSync w/ AMD cards
>START YOUR BUILD WITH A MONITOR FIRST, then make a build to drive it appropriately


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Good night, /pcbg/!

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68859602 No.68859602 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Is /g/ getting worse?

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4chan(nel?)'s alright. I can come to /g/ and have interesting conversations about Linux stuff and older hardware. The internet as a whole seems to me to be getting worse though, increasingly mired in ads, porn, partisan propaganda and narcissism.
Contrast any modern website with one from five years ago...

>> No.68860015

Life is suffering mate, better get used to it.

>> No.68860042

This train only goes one way friend.

>> No.68860059

>I've been here since Chanology and every part of 4chan has consistently gotten worse

nah, you just stick around long enough and the newness wears off, and you realize it sucks.

/b/ actually is the only board that was once wonderful and is now pure shit. the other boards are pretty much the same as they always were.

>> No.68860085

Maybe a bit worse than 2014, but there's less /pol/ crossboarders than in 2016.

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68859572 No.68859572 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Why is Siri so shit?
Why is Apple so incompetent?

>> No.68859710

Found your problem.

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>> No.68860159

>listening to music on shuffle
>found your problem

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>> No.68859554

never mind I figured it out

>> No.68859614


>> No.68860413

Don't worry OP you'll never use this in the real world.

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68859498 No.68859498 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

>job requires 7-10 years of experience in node.js
>node.js was invented 7 years ago
Are job requirements casual filters?

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>> No.68859637

If quality was really an issue companies would have given up on H1Bs a long time ago. This is just something unemployed amerifats tell themselves to feel less bad.

>> No.68859655

As someone who is involved in the hiring process.
Just have enough of the skills outlined on the job description to get that call.
Fucking hell most niggas realize shit is unreasonable and get people who can at least keep up with the bullshit.

>> No.68859682

Ask Microsoft.

>> No.68859688

>what if those H1B are from russia, german, finland?
salary too high

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68859386 No.68859386 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

mpc-hc was discontinued.
mpv doesn't have a configuration GUI.

I guess VLC is still king, right?

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>> No.68859744

>mpc-hc was discontinued.
Some doom9 guy continues updating it.

>Scroll on mpv doesn't change the sound volume.
It does if the cursor is over the volume icon.
>mpv doesn't save volume from one session to another.
Possible via a user script. I know that's a rather weak defence. Just saying it's possible.
>mpv doesn't have a one click button to set all video files to mpv.
Why would it? Shouldn't file associations be handled by your OS?
Also while I think it's unnecessary, the Windows builds do come with a batch script that makes mpv the default player for all video extensions.

>> No.68859787

>mpc-hc was discontinued
Why the fuck does it matter, why do fags always bring shit like this up. It still works perfectly fine.
You idiots always act like software is useless as soon as it doesn't get a new version every day.

>> No.68859953

In my opinion AIMP is the best right now. It's the best FLAC player. Also has simple UI and good equlizer.Also you can do pretty much everything in it. Convert music,compress music, edit the file.

>> No.68860454

>Scroll on mpv doesn't change the sound volume.
Point over the volume button. Or just use 9 and 0 keys.
>doesn't save volume from one session to another.
Nor should it.
>mpv doesn't have a one click button to set all video files to mpv.
This is an OS task. A user program should never change your file associations. You have a "default app" manager available on every OS.

>> No.68860569

mpv is the best

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68859380 No.68859380 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

this is a pain in the ass to root

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>> No.68859661

nigger it's fucking easy
>install twrp
>install lineageos
>install magisk
- posted from my Z5 Compact

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oh, shoot, didn't know about this. gonna flash my own rom on my old xperia. thx, man.

>> No.68859806

this one is dual

>> No.68859845

I want the XZ4C bros

>> No.68859899

and i'm almost entirely sure that shit is a game changer when it comes to root. i tried following the xda tutorial and it looked unnecessarily tedious for my little brain

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68859371 No.68859371 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

how do u manually delete something in java?

how do u do manual memory management with java?

It's possible?

like you set the object to null, right?

how do u pass an integer as a value in java so it doesn't make it a copy?

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68859298 No.68859298 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

So I have been using a Samsung TV for a monitor and I love it. 43"

When on my my computer I have no perceived lag on the mouse but for video games I can tell there is just the slightest bit of lag. The TV has no game mode, and there is no setting in the game that I see to reduce input lag.

wondering why this is, HDMI is plugged into the GPU HDMI out.

>> No.68859438

because TV's usually have input lag
since they're made for watching TV
if you want low input lag, buy an actual monitor with 5ms or less delay

>> No.68859966

ok i turned off my V sync and its almost gone now. I am pleased.

>> No.68860044

Rename all of the inputs on the tv to one of the preset “pc” labels. On some shutty tvs, this disables some of the lag introducing post processing.

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68859257 No.68859257 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

What's everybody working on?

Previous thread: >>68811640


>Free beginner resources to get started
Get a good understanding of HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Learn - a good introduction (independent of your browser choice)

>Further resources
https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web - excellent documentation for HTML, CSS & JS
https://github.com/kamranahmedse/developer-roadmap - Frontend+Backend learner-path suggestions

https://jsfiddle.net - Use this and post a link, if you need help with your HTML/CSS/JS
https://3v4l.org/ - Use this and post a link, if you need help with PHP/HackLang

>PHP resources

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>> No.68860351

Do you guys recommend me good reactjs tutorial from udemy

>> No.68860461

/*Free udemy courses*/

>> No.68860521

Whoa. Thanks for this one

>> No.68860579

oh no no no

>> No.68860623

What's wrong with angular?

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68859242 No.68859242 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Name a bad phone that did a single aspect near perfect.

This phone unironically had the best keyboard I've ever used, much better than a Blackberry.

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68859222 No.68859222 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

I want to upgrade my ram. Currently I have 8GB 3200MHz, and I want to upgrade to 16GB. My CPU is i7-6700k. What's the best way to go about this?

Option 1:
>buy 2x8gb of ram
>take out my 2x4gb ram sticks
>throw them out
>put in the new sticks and enjoy optimal dual channel 16gb ram

Option 2:
>buy 2x8gb of ram
>stick them in my mobo, no homo
>enjoy 24gb of ram

Option 3:
>buy 2x4gb of ram
>put them in
>enjoy 4x4gb of ram

What do I do? I've read that i7-6700k benefits most from dual channel 16gb, and for my current needs, 8gb is too small and my system keeps depending on swap/page file.

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>> No.68859993


Should I sell my sticks and get 2x8gb?
Or just buy another 2x4?

>> No.68860017

Dual channel should still work with 2x8 and 2x4 for the 24GB total as long as you obviously make sure to pair the 4GB and 8GB sticks properly on each channel.

>> No.68860077

Yes you need dual channel. GPU performance (especially integrated graphics) tanks with single channel.

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I see. Is it as simple as putting them in the right color? i.e., 8, 4, 8, 4.
Or should I tamper with something in the bios? Dual channel seriously still works with two pairs? Wouldn't it be quad channel?

>> No.68860334

No, it wouldn't be quad channel and yes dual channel definitely works with 2 pairs. The question is whether it works with pairs of different sizes, but I'm reasonably certain it does. I haven't used a system like that since the DDR1 days, but it worked back then so I assume it still does. If you've already got 2x4GB working in dual channel if you add another 2x8GB in your remaining free slots it should work just fine.

What you need to be careful with is memory clock/timings/voltage since these values need to be set in such a way that both kits work with them. Obviously you won't be able to run 4000MHz if only one of your kits supports it or something like that. I don't know how the mobo will react, odds are that XMP might not work (2 kits after all) and it might drop settings to some slow JEDEC standard which any kit should support, you' might have to configure settings by hand in order to get up to proper clocks and tight timings.

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68859185 No.68859185 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

I'm trying to make a home web/email server but I don't know what I need to do to make it secure. I've chosen OpenBSD because it includes alot of nice things in the default install, such as a web server, email server, DNS, Router/Firewall. However, I don't know what I actually need to set up to make it "secure."

Do I need to host DNS on it? Do I need to use DNScrypt? Do I need to set up a firewall on it?

I also don't want to have a static IP, so I'll need one of those dynamic DNS updater things.

Pls help.

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I've been running a similar setup for the past 5-ish years.
The best thing to do right now is to assemble a linux box and docker-ize every important service (webserver, mailserver, certbot, nextcloud etc.).
As for the distro itself, I suggest arch, since it makes easy to build ridiculous elaborate setup (i.e. I'm using btrfs-over-lvm-over-luks-over-mdadm_raid1 right now).
If you don't need anything too fancy, ubuntu or debian will also do.
Regarding the dns server, you don't strictly need one, but dnscrypt+dnsmasq is nice.
You'll probably also want to setup a torrent daemon, a smb share and a syncthing share for your convenience; those can run nicely on the actual os without docker or anything.
One last thing: you'll want to setup an openssh server, just remember to use pubkey only and listen on a nonstandard port.

>> No.68859730

>dnscrypt+dnsmasq is nice
Why tho? What would a remote attacker do if I don't set up dnscrypt+dndsmasq?

>listen on a nonstandard port
Wouldn't a remote attacker just scan every port to see what I'm listening on?

>> No.68859919

>Why tho? What would a remote attacker do if I don't set up dnscrypt+dndsmasq?
Dnscrypt prevents a man in the middle from sniffing or hijacking your dns requests (the default dns implementation is non-authenticated and sent in cleartext) . Dnsmasq is just for improving speed through caching.

>Wouldn't a remote attacker just scan every port to see what I'm listening on?
A casual attacker plays the numbers game, and scans the whole ip range for vulnerable services on standard ports.
Nmap by default scans only ~1000 well known ports, so script kiddies are out of the question.
Your only problem would be a determined attacker, but eventually he'd be stopped by pubkey authentication.
At the end of the day, it all depends on which threat model you define.

>> No.68860290

Thanks for the detailed reply.

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68859183 No.68859183 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Picked up one of these and a cheap AIO. £50 all in. Plugged on to an RX 570. What does /g/ make of this? I am fully aware of the ability to get a GPU with more horsepower but the 570 does me fine, I just want it to be quiet and cooler.

>> No.68859253

I got mine a few weeks ago.
I like it.

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Just understand this is for lower operating noise, and not actually for performance.

I put a 280mm aio on my overclocked 1070, and at full load, 2151mhz @ 1.093v, the duel noctua instakes only run at 20% and stay at around 50c. In furmark, it hits 55c.

This is entirely achievable with the stock air cooler as well, except that the fans would need to run at 100%.

>> No.68859483

Is your backplate off? I managed to keep my backplate attached by using screws with motherboard standoffs on the other side.

>> No.68859518


most backplates, if anything, inhibit performance because they don't allow heat to radiate away from the pcb. And zotac yellow didn't really fit the theme I have going.

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Fair. Mine has this massive gap for the heat to escape behind the GPU. The board itself looks like shit due to age and having rock hard thermal pads seemingly welded on to it, so I preferred the backplate on.

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68859180 No.68859180 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

Fuck Bitches.

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>> No.68860191

Thanks for the free serial number famalam

>> No.68860209

this is the most pathetic image i ever seen on this site

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Unlike you?

>> No.68860229

that motherfucker most probably is sweating butter

>> No.68860233

>actually buying Infernolake-X
I'm so sorry, anon. Did nobody tell you that the 9900K and Threadripper had made the entire platform irrelevent?

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68859133 No.68859133 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

What should I get if I'm not a poorfag and want a the thinkpad lifespan on a modern ultrabook?

I want a nice lightweight laptop to style on apple fags with.

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>> No.68859218

2-3 pounds 12-13 inch is what I need...

>> No.68859278

Get a toughbook. It's the opposite of a macbook. They'll think you take your computer in risky, dangerous situations where it could easily be broken. They will fear you.

>> No.68859304

Fujitsu lifebook

>> No.68859321

X1 Carbon 5th/6th gen.

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Dell XPS 13 is gorgeous. If I get the job I'm after I'm getting myself one.

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68859067 No.68859067 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

>Sup anon, just bought my new full AMD PC. Very excited for Zen2 next year!

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>uh-hi, can I have the latest intel CPU please
>what, I need a new motherboard to make it work? again?

>> No.68860333

That fucker confuses me.
Every photo is heavily Photoshopped.
Nigga looks like a character from Code Geass with legs 2x the length of his body.

>> No.68860348

Looks like the beast titan

>> No.68860362

you may not like it, but that's how peak testosterone looks like

>> No.68860383

Thats because its literally fake

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