/vlg/ - Void Linux General
Call of the Void edition
This thread is for those who are interested in Void Linux, use it, need help with it or want to try it.
Benefits of using void:
>xbps package manager
>libreSSL instead of openSSL
>over 5000 packages and growing daily
>musl or glibc
Void Linux uses the runit init system and services supervision. It has the benefits of fast boot and shutdown times as well as simple and easy to write init scripts (in addition to having hundreds of pre-written ones).
Powerful package manager with dependency resolution. If your desired software isn't in the repository, build it with xbps-src and consider adding it.
#voidlinux - general chat and help channel
#xbps - development and package maintenance
Contribute packages, wiki entries, guides, &c. It already has a logo but there's plenty more to do as the distro is still in its early stages.
I cropped it from this picture.
It works for me. I'll probably just change my terminal emulator colour scheme to match my desktop's but that's it. Maybe add a void icon where the awesome icon is.
Creator of GNOME uses a Mac.
Designer of Mac-lookin DE ended with Mac.
Is GPD Pocket worth its money?
How many anons bought them?
What do you use it for?
Is chiru.no just a meme or does FLAC really sound better?
Is Quantum Computing gonna kill cyber security?
>I've been hearing from physics people, some of whom are quite CS literate, that my plan to go into cyber sec is a fuckin meme unless I double major in physics and thoroughly familiarize myself with quantum mechanics in order to stay relevant in the coming age of quantum computing, which will turn cryptography, and other major parts of cyber security on its head; going as far as to saying that most companies will hire physics people instead of CS similarly to how some accounting firms started hiring just mathematicians instead of accountants because the math got ahead of their level.
Is this just physic majors' way of pretending that they're relevant and that their highest aspirations aren't just being a neckbeard professor, or is this actually worth considering?
Cyber sec is a fuckin meme anyway, the vast majority of real attacks are based on social engineering and require only a very low baseline of technical knowledge. If you want to go into security you should go into physical security or as an opsec consultant
Welll, 99,999% of the "security" engineers don't know shit about the theoretical aspects of cryptography, so I don't see why this need to change once the really smart people come up with quantum proof encryption algorithms.
Anyone use a 17in macbook pro still? Thoughts?
Give me ONE (1) reason why you're not using windowmanager/GNUstep as your default graphical user interface.
rec me a phone that
1) has a good built in dac and amp
2) has a good battery
What are you working on, /g/?
Old thread: >>62349370
Why do people think they can "save the world" and become a catalyst for "social change" with their programming?
*tears your screen*
heh... nothing personel
How do you go beyond unlimited?
>tfw you fell for the SSD meme
Greetings wise ones
So, my old 750ti is in dire need of replacing, but what graphics card shall I get?
I'm not the most knowledgeable on pcs so I need advice, here are my specs
motherboard: gigabyte ga-78mlt-usb3, which i believe has a single pci-e x16 slot
cpu: amd fx 8350
I know it is far from the nest build, and I may upgrade to 16gb of RAM aswell, but what gpu shall I get? or shall I invest in a new FLU first?
I'm looking to spend £150-£400 on the graphics card alone
or shall I ask /g/?
why is google allowed to verify itself