What type of joke is this
Just a reminder that China didn't allow Windows into their PC market when they first allowed sales of personal computers. Even though a billion people were exposed to Linux first, they still pirated Windows practically immediately, meaning a billion people have confirmed it's not just about being exposed to Linux first, it's about Linux being garbage compared to Windows/Mac.
Explain this (from 1 months ago)
>he calls himself a programmer
>doesn't have putrid smell
What's the point in 5k when people have barely started to use 4k?
What's the point in 4k when the screens are only 24"?
>That screenshot makes my CPU hurt though
How old is your cpu for that image to impact anything?
"Some nigger at Intel said 'Gee, we have as much silicon as we want. What can we possibly add?' So they start fucking buttfucking the fuck out of the chip, fucking pumping it full of fucking shit. And now we got a fucking bloated fucking piece of shit CPU. And that was actually the CIA clawing back. And it's fucked up."
INTELFAGS ARE ON SUICIDE WATCH.
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
Teknik: https://git.teknik.io/gyroninja/netrunner, https://git.teknik.io/eti/netrunner
- 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 forHTML, 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).
Is LinusTechTips /g/?
ITT: we post reasons you are tied to windows.
Public trackers: easy and accessible, but zero incentive to seed. All non-Hollywood-prolefeed torrents go dead after two years at most.
Private trackers: pure autism controlled by power-hungry teenagers. Incentive to seed, but torrents go completely dead forever after a police raid.
Opinion on rather not so popular TREKSTOR SURFBOOK W2 ultrabook ? it's only 300 +/- euros.
I saw it at local Saturn shop, what stood out the most was the price and weight which were great.
Intel® Atom™ x5-Z8300
4 GB (DDR3) RAM
64 GB (I assume eMMC) which is not bad, a lot of those cheap netbooks come with 32GB. Upgradable with micro SD.
14,1inch IPS-Full-HD-Display (I think that's excellent for that price)
My uses: Skype, discord, browsing/movies.
what do you guys think ?
Why is it that you want me to learn to program /g/?
Is it because you appreciate my brain? Do you think I will contribute well to programs?
Or is it just because you want someone to be your waifu.
Where does Bill Gates keep his money?
So is there a good rolling distro out there?
So far I've tried Arch (broke after second update) and openSUSE Tumbleweed (had some problems but nothing you can't easily fix. Not bad, but very slow to boot).
What about Solus, PCLInux and Debian (Testing, Unstable)? Is it possible to have a reliable and fresh system with them?
Are there any free non-botnet e-mail providers with 2FA, or am I doomed to GMail?
Is it safe ?