I recently began my first full-time job and have been using acme exclusively since I picked it up a couple years ago in college. Despite my initial skepticism it's been serving me incredibly well, even on a larger codebase.
This thread will likely die quickly, but if you are using Plan9/9front or some tools from plan9port, what are you using? How have you been liking it?
ELI5 Web Assembly
Let's say I have a video DVD. I want to derive encryption keys from sections of it using something like lyra2 or argon2. Is there a utility I can use to do this?
I don't really want to roll my own KDF, as I know it won't be secure.
I also don't want to write a program just for this purpose.
What does /g/ think of Amiga OS?
Is this website better than torrenting? How is it allowed to exist?
If a computer uses liquid cooling packages, does it make sense to add a processor fan?
How often should I be making backups? When are they old enough to delete?
New pic edition.
Hey guys is this how I clean my laptop?
Backpacks are technology
lets talk good backpacks
>mfw hasklel is not even there
So I got new X1C. First of all, there were no adapters, unline mentioned here:
Then I wanted to get rid of Windows and install openSUSE because it's comfy af.
ISO is 4.1 GB, my biggest USB stick is 4 GB.
So I trie dout the net install. However, it doesn't recognize the wifi card.
Does anyone have an idea how I could get out of my misery without either buying a bigger USB stick or the stupid adapter? Can I install the wifi driver on the net installer? Can I remove packages I don't need from the full iso?
>bloated distro has fuck i remember that installs a lot of shit you aren't goin to use like zsh without even noticing
>lack of software ( you have to rely on user packages that are mostly outdated has fuck
> fresh install doesn't even detect the DMZ cursor theme unless you edit the default/index.theme manually (tumbleweed)
Too bad you can't program on the world's smallest computer anon. Your shit java application take hundreds of megabytes of space. What a loser
Pic related it's the world's smallest computer
What's the best medium for getting files from your pc to an audio device? Currently I'm planning out a stereo system with floorstanding speakers in my living room. Aside from the blu ray I want to get music from my pc to the system. I'd really like to avoid running long cables, be it powered usb or xlr from my desktop dac. Networking seems to be the most convenient option, but what to use? Dlna, plex, the dreaded airplay, or something else altogether?