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 No.487[Reply]

>/comp/ is back!
Oh yeah, I love this!

Ok, as a celebration, let's share what software we use everyday and shit, to generate more activity in this forgotten board.
You can also add more categories if you want.

>OS

Windows 7, Arch
>IDE
emacs, Code::Blocks, DJGPP/WATCOM if I need to compile DOS stuff.
>Maintenance
Ccleaner, Deflagger, Speccy
>DAW
pure text-based MML LOL
>Text Editor
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 No.545

>>539
>OS
Debian/Arch/Slackware
>Editor
Vim/Sam
(I sometimes use ed for the sheer fun of it).
>Browser of Web
Jumanji/dwb/tor-browser/w3m
>Audio
mocp
>video
mplayer
>irc
irssi
>imageviewer
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 No.548

>OS
Arch
>WM
i3
>IDE
emacs
>Text Editor
emacs
>Internet navigation
Firefox
>Plugins/extensions
adblock, greasemonkey, stylish, firebug
>Music Player
deadbeef
>Torrent
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 No.556

>OS
Windows 7
>IDE
vs2012 pro
>Maintenance
Ccleaner, auslogicdiskdefrag
>DAW
fl11
>Text Editor
notepad++
>Internet navigation
chrome
>Plugins/extensions
adblock
>Music Player
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 No.557

>OS
GNU/Linux
>IDE
emacs
>Text Editor
emacs
>Internet navigation
Firefox. Sometimes luakit.
>Music Player
deadbeef
>Torrent
transmission
>Video
mpv
>Image Manipulation/Drawing
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 No.558

>OS
Arch Linux/OpenBox
>IDE
geany
>TERMINAL
Sakura,Tilda
>Text Editor
geany,gedit,vim
>Internet navigation
Firefox and Chromium
>Music Player
deadbeef
>Torrent
transmission
>Video
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 No.549[Reply]

Looking for a server for my website and cant find any reputable looking sites ;___; please help
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 No.551

>>549
Website hosting, VPS, or Dedicated?

 No.552

>>550
Actually this.

 No.553

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>>552
>>550
so far kimsufi and a few pages folk sent me on irc

as far as the kind needed ive asked on a few forums and irc and all i get is shitposting but i guess thats what i get for asking there

 No.554

Not OP but kinda in the same boat, looking for a dedicated server for hosting game servers (minecraft, l4d, starbound, whatever floats my baot) as well as potentially some variety of livestream software and an irc. Not exactly sure what I should be looking for spec-wise.

 No.555

If youre looking for hosting for a cheap personal website thingie, theres lots of them around just keep looking.

Heloihost and 000webhost were good, but that was years ago idk if they even still exist and cant remember the url.

If you wanto host realtime or company/organisation stuff thats a different story.



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 No.540[Reply]

So, i got a lot of things to hide, and I was thinking about switching from GNU/Linux to OpenBSD + encryption.

I was about to download it when I faced two options: minimal or minimal + sets.
Is it like GNU/linux netinstall?
Will it download the whole system and let me choose what I do want and what I do not?

Will it also let me choose encryption or is it automatic?

 No.541

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Hi anon. You can use VeraCrypt to encrypt your files.

https://veracrypt.codeplex.com/

 No.543

why not just use a regular encryption software like anon above suggested? encrypt your drive and on top of that 128-bit encrypt your super sekrit data. something that'll take 300 years to decrypt.
Also BSD is kinda hard even if you know linux already, because many tools are quite different and many of them are configured in such a way that you need to use switches for things gnu tools detect automatically.
They're pretty much like netinstall yes. I tried FreeBSD and couldn't configure dhcp for the life of me. I ended up coming back to gentoo

 No.547

Encrypting your harddrive isn't hard but it's not given as an option in the installer. Follow the OpenBSD section of http://www.bsdnow.tv/tutorials/fde

Do miniroot + sets.



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 No.396[Reply]

>Followed Tox since the first thread on /g/ it was suggested in
>Option to use ancient binaries or build it yourself
>Finally to the point where regular nightly binaries are ready for download
>Wanted to try out current Venom/Tox
>None of my friends use desktop/laptop computers or have BDS for Skype
>So ronery that I tried running it in a virtual machine
>Tfw W2K is old as fuck

Tox thread!
Site: https://tox.im/
Github: https://github.com/irungentoo/ProjectTox-Core

Want to be a full-time contributor?
https://wiki.tox.im/Google_Summer_of_Code

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 No.509

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>>508
sure why not.
66CBC427B7FED410A186751025B6CAA94AFB80CDA047BE22E95EB6C691443000A0A2FD118DB7

 No.510

Yey!

Might as well post mine, TELL ME WHO YOU ARE FIRST. I can't stress enough how many spam accounts try to add me over Skype. >~<

7F537DA68F42AE041628FAA45232AF1BF163890D882E2D0A6A5ABFC243BE0728F1333157BE36

 No.511

>>396
The site is https://tox.chat now ever since stqism stole $3k from the project and held the original domains hostage.

 No.542

>>396
59DC76A589EFC7547E1FFC6751A14C48D12981C4ECB5554AB672F560B3DE624F96B12E2C3D5F
Do you love Lain?

 No.546

A3E382530794430C374E4D1568A2846042EEB505AC5BD210CBDDBA43A8BEC02B54ABA9999E28
my key fucksociety



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 No.363[Reply]

What are you working on, Ubuu? Learning new languages? Having problems?

General programming thread, I guess. Feel free to ask your questions here, or comment about your projects.

For me, I'm learning C, then I want to go with C++, Ruby and Python.

If anyone is interested in learning how to code, here are a few tutorials:

http://programming-motherfucker.com/become.html

And here are some challenges:

http://www.codechef.com/
http://code.google.com/codejam/contests.html
http://www.pythonchallenge.com/
http://projecteuler.net/
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 No.515

>>364
This works because its including every number after one or every number under 3, right. Like x < 1 == 1 2 3 4 5… and x > 3 == 2 1 blah blah. while in the second one its only 1 or 3. To include 1 and or 3 you have to put greater or equal to signs right. So it should be x <= 1 || x >= 3 because that will include 1, 3 everything inbetween and before. At least I am pretty sure, I haven't programmed in a couple of months and the JVM is really retarded and confusing sometimes.

 No.516

>>364
>Why can't I have two equals separated by OR?
I'm sure it's a dumb question.

Or this… I think you can dont you just need double bars? x || y. Idk I am pretty sure I have used double equals like that before.

 No.517

>>516
I don't know java syntax at all, but considering it's based off C, the OR operator certainly should be a ||.

 No.518

>>514
You better go through with this anon! The world needs something like this!

 No.519

I've been working on this miniature wiki software for a while, in Python.

http://pariahsoft.com/pyww/



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 No.512[Reply]



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 No.20[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

New obligatory desktop thread.
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 No.513

>>499
>>>/facebook/

 No.520

>>499
>Minecraft
>Minecraft wallpaper
>five nights at Freddie's shortcuts
>OBS
are you 12?

 No.532

>>520
Are you an immature person who likes to pick on people for things they have because you got nothing better to do?
Cuz you definitely seem like it.

 No.533

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>>532
He's still right.

 No.534

>>533
This.



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 No.502[Reply]

Can we get an opsec thread going? It's been an interest of mine lately but I can't find any good material
http://grugq.github.io
was my introduction to opsec.


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 No.495[Reply]

Hey, I am developing a new chan engine with the purpose of being more efficient and flexible than the existing options.

Recently I have released the first stable release and I am looking for people willing to stress it.

The live instance I run can be found at http://lynxhub.com and the json api is probably the most vulnerable part of it.

The source code can be found at https://gitlab.com/mrseth/LynxChan .

 No.530

>nodejs
>2015



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 No.485[Reply]

Looking at the sheer lack of activity here (a couple posts every few months), I don't think this topic needs its own board here. This board will now be locked and moved to the annex

 No.486

>>485
Disregard that I suck cocks. I've seen the loss of this board mourned one too many times. Let's try it again.



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