>Not sure what private trackers are all about?
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Use >>>/g/ptg as a link to find the /ptg/ thread.
Remember the following:
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redpill me on trackballs
are they better than the mouse?
I like mine quite a bit. no problems with precision here.
recently spilt a bottle of piss in my PC and fried my GPU
what should i buy?
>He thinks you can buy a good GPU in the current market for £120
>open task manager
>"Wow anon, are you hacking?"
>Wow anon are you a weaboo or something?
I've got a private tracker + indexer site up and running. It's functionally complete but still lacking some important features that I'll have developed in the coming days/weeks. looking for a handful of anons interested in bootstrapping a new community.irc.rizon.net/#fld-dev
>16gb DDR4 RAM
Is this truly a Surface killer or is it just vaporware?
>make encrypted 7z archive of all my shit
>split it up into multiple volumes
>upload separate volumes to different sites
find a flaw in my plan
What if the goobers make the Internet kill
what's wrong with that!!!
I'm a brainlet, you think I'm actually trying to automate this? I'll individually download all the files lol
b-but it should work
Are there other pen testing operating systems out there other than kali linux?
>Choose an appropriate kernel source and install it using emerge:emerge --ask sys-kernel/gentoo-sources
This isn't installing the linux kernel sources into /usr/src/ for some reason.
Does anyone know what I can do? I've been up all night reading the handbook and applying everything carefully.
It would be a kick in the balls if something wrong has occurred.
I'm kind of rusty when it comes to Gentoo but when posting something like this it's usually a good idea to post your make.conf and also any errors that displayed.
Did you change the ACCEPT_LICENSE from the default in your make.conf? IIRC it requires the freedist license which isn't available if you changed it to *FREE.
If you don't have any luck here you could also try posting on the Gentoo forum and searching there for similar problems.
>This isn't installing the linux kernel sources into /usr/src/ for some reason.
Post the build log
But there's literally nothing that can go wrong with this, unless you're running emerge on one computer, and checking /usr/src on another (or outside of chroot)
Does anybody actually use Gentoo? I've never met a single person in real life who has ever used it. Even in screenfetch threads I only see one or two.
I've been trying to get it to work but something always goes wrong and I just revert back to an it-just-werks distro.
You know why Lenovo Thinkpad Compact keyboard feel so heavy? Because theu glue in Pieces of metal inside of it to increase the weight!
Fuck you Lenovo
Have you upgraded yet /g/?
Be nice and no shill pls
I have explored some of the deep web before. Any ideas on how to be prepared to go deeper?
Please post your ideas