as a professional why would you say Eli resorted to clickbait?
Because he does videos online to make money. Tech just happened to be something he knew and people were interested in. Views slowed down so he changed up what he talks about (a bit).
Basically he found that educational videos make no money and he wants to try the Linus "Holy $hit" clickbait crap that draws in the dregs. Problem is that his personalty isn't compatible and he isn't willing to sell out enough to make it work. He also can't into gayman which is where all the money is.
do any of you actually work in tech-related jobs or are you just pretenting to be experts?
myself, I'm a reddit pro
Nightly has become fast as fuck and honestly, the change to WebExt made a huge difference in performance.
Latest build enables you to seperate to let them run in a seperate process. Nightly is snappy af now.browser.tabs.remote.autostart;true
dom.ipc.processCount;15(or any number you like, you need RAM)
seperate processes for webextension addons are reserved to nightly but seperate processes for tabs have already been implemented. Though, some old addons do not support multiprocess which means you should replace them by new alternatives and enable browser.tabs.remote.force-enable;false.
In case you don't know how it works:
1. Type "about:config" in your address bar
2. Search for "browser.tabs.remote.autostart" and set to true
3. same for the rest
Home screen thread?
What did you use for the clock widget it looks slick as fuck
Why aren't you browsing /g/ from a T420?
Previous thread: >>61291110
IRC: #/tpg/ on irc.rizon.net
Other business laptops are also welcome in /tpg/ (e.g. Dell Latitude/Precision, HP EliteBook/ZBook).
>New to /tpg/ or looking for purchasing advice? (hint: use the advice request template, it makes life easier)
>If you're looking for purchase advice, READ THE BUYERS GUIDE FIRST. Then post, stating budget and requirements (e.g. size and performance).
>Don't buy anything OTHER THAN HP Elitebook (2570p, 8770W, 2170p), Dell Latitude/Precision (E6430, E6440, E7440) and P, T, X, and W SERIES if you want the Real Business Experience™
>Recommended models and mod guide:
>Used ThinkPad buyers guide:
>xsauc buyers guide:
>EPP discount for new ThinkPads (USA & Canada only, usually 15%+ off):
>Helpful links and resources (Wiki, lookup tools and wallpapers):
Nervous T60fag from a couple threads back
Ended up biting the bullet and installing Libreboot anyway with an untested panel (HT14P12-100). Worked out great. I'm free!
I lost the silicon lottery. I need 1.4v to run 3.9ghz.
What board do you have and what ram speeds you running?
I could run 4.0, 4.1 if i went up to 1.45 on an asus b350.
Shitabyte x370 k5 gaming can't even get 3.8 because it has no fucking LLC and the BIOS is basic as fuck. can't even train my memory.
We are making a web browser!
In the face of recent changes in Firefox and Chrome some anons were asking for a /g/'s perfect web browser, we collected the most wanted here and plan on continuing with the creation.
To contribute follow the WORK PLAN, join the IRC to ask developers for a repo, and get to programming!
IRC on Rizon: #/g/netrunner
IRC guide: https://pastebin.com/YDbEWRHV
- Host project at savannah.nongnu.org
- Set bug tracker and mailing list in Savannah.
1. Browse links2 source code (you can use Ctags for tagging functions and files).
2. Expose API and give access to everything (scripting through executables is planned).
3. Give total control over the DOM, put options in files inside a hierarchical folder structure referencing sites and subsites.
4. Implement a link grabber for every link and media type to be parsed by scripts and independent applications.
5. Create an uncomplicated switch to general security profiles located in saved files.
6. Implement ncurses simple tree style graphics for bookmarks, tabs, advanced security policies by site, etc.
7. Work in the framebuffer graphics rendering.
9. Cache, logs, cookies, and other data storage options.
10. Ports routing proxy management.
11. Vim/Emacs modes, dwb hints and quickmarks.
12. Optionally add parser for HTML, DJVU, PDF, epub, etc.?
- Options by site.
- Granular control over incoming traffic like Policeman (more detailed than uMatrix).
- Granular control over outgoing traffic like Tamper Data or like Privacy Settings (the addon).
- HTTPS with the HTTP fallback optionally in a new instance of the browser with functions like HTTP POST disabled.
- URI leak prevention like "No Resource URI Leak" and no plugin enumeration.
- Local CDN like Decentraleyes and Load from Cache.
- Cookie management like Cookie Monster.
- Option to turn off disk usage for all data (cache, tmp data, cookies, logs, etc.), and make cache read only.
- Randomizer for user-agent and canvas fingerprint.
- Custom stylesheets like Stylish.
- Userscript support like Greasemonkey.
- Proxy management like FoxyProxy.
- Simple ports routing to use networks like Tor or I2P.
- Simple switch to universal profiles to be used like blocklists from uBlock, or like Privacy Settings.
- A configuration file like Lynx for universal profiles.
- URL deobfuscation like "Google search link fix" and "Pure URL".
- Search customization like surfraw, dwb or InstantFox Quick Search.
- Reverse image search like Google Reverse Image Search.
- Use of external applications to open links, replacing video player with youtube-dl and MPV, for text input by a text editor, browse protocols like ftp/gopher, or as a file picker.
- Use wget web crawling feature like a DownThemAll.
- Send commands to a monitor (and command history) to keep browsing while commands are working.
- Simple emacs-like keybindings to menubar by default for new users.
- Keyboard driven with dwb features like vi-like keybindings, hints, quickmarks, and custom commands.
- Configuration options from an integrated command-line.
- Non-bloated smooth UI like dwb.
- Import bookmarks from browsers like Firefox.
- Written in C.
- Low on dependencies.
- GPL v3+.
- Framebuffer support like NetSurf for working in the terminal (TTY).
>Will it have an adblocker.
>Will it have tree style tabs?
Yes, but not up in the priorities.
>Will it be crossplatform?
>Will it it have vim keys?
>Will it have "graphics"?
Yes. We are planning to run the program in terminal using the frame buffer for graphics, but Links2 also comes with directfb, X server, SVGA and other graphics drivers.
>What logo are you going to use?
We liked all so far.
>Are repos representing the finished work?
No. We're focused on making a custom codebase then we're going to go back with what we learned and rearchitect it.
>Why not a single repo?
Developers are experimenting. We plan on moving to savannah.nongnu.org eventually.
>Where do I get a repo to work?
Look at the OP or ask in the IRC.
Enough features and the API seems more friendly.
>Why not netsurf?
Good rendering but not for DOM updates, plus dependencies gave problems.
We're debating this.
>Will you use a separate layout engine?
We're debating this.
>Will you use netsurf layout engine?
Might be a problem because of the DOM (not enough information).
>Will you use webkit/blink/servo?
>Do you plan to use a separate HTML parser like MyHTML
We are debating this. Some devs plan to make it work as a document viewer too.
>parsing HTML with regexes
pic related, it's the undergrad meme irl
/g/ is populated by pajeets
""""""kode"""""" with karlie
Official homepage: https://cloveros.ga
Current LiveCD: https://github.com/chiru-no/cloveros/releases/download/20170709/CloverOS-x86_64-20170709.iso
Package count: 2455 http://cloveros.ga/s/packages.html
Official IRC channel: #cloveros on Rizon
Mirrors: https://uswest.cloveros.ga https://useast.cloveros.ga https://fr.cloveros.ga
Current CFLAGS:CFLAGS="-Ofast -pipe -flto=8 -funroll-loops -floop-block -floop-interchange -floop-strip-mine -ftree-loop-distribution"
Previous threads: https://warosu.org/g/?task=search2&search_subject=cloveros
CloverOS GNU/Linux is scripts that creates a Gentoo image and a packages repo (Binhost) that contains unique USE flags and CFLAGS. It aims to be a fast, poetterfrei, lightweight out of the box desktop.
Github readme might have the solution to your problem
CloverOS memes: http://cloveros.booru.org
Updates: .Xdefaults: Colors removed because I'm looking for a new color scheme, /etc/portage/make.conf: ACCEPT_KEYWORDS="~amd64" is added so you don't have to use dispatch-conf unless something needs to be added to /etc/portage/package.license, base install: engrampa (archiver) is added and conky is removed, zshrc: has battery alias, repo: i3-gaps replaces i3 and KDE 5.9/weechat 1.8 is in, .twmrc has NoGrabServer now
So is this the Manjaro of Arch? Or Ubuntu of Debian? Or maybe more along the lines of an installer for Gentoo? Do you use the packages straight from Gentoo, or does Clover devs fuck with them?
Should we all download tor, in case shit goes south? Would that help?
Owning exit nodes is meaningless with tor. Learn the fucking technology.
One exception is if you're using unencrypted http. In that case, being less of a fucking dumbass is the solution.
Would Steve Jobs have allowed the iPhone to become as prohibitively expensive as it is now?
>The NeXT Computer enclosure consists of a 1-foot (305 mm) die-cast magnesium cube-shaped, black case, which led to the machine being informally referred to as "The Cube". It was launched in 1988 at US$6,500 (equivalent to $13,200 in 2016).
so ive been intending to go anon in the web as possible as i could because i dont like people spying on my stuff
i got ProtonVPN, ungoogled chromium with umatrix installed on my void linux x230.
i have a supervisor password and encrypt all my private things, i deleted my gmail and moved to protonmail and i deleted my skype and social medias
any next steps? must have extensions, software, etc
Why 4chan doesnt have it own coin ?