Should I learn Scheme (with SICP), Haskell (with Lipovaca's book) or OCaml?
How's this list /g/
I have a dynamic IP, and occasionally it changes, which actually results in my internet being shut down because of some fuckery with how I have my mac address setup. Anyway, I've research and found that Dynamic DNS is the way to solve this, but which provider should I go with?
> A dynamic IP address changes from time to time, making it hard to keep track of. Especially because your ISP doesn’t send a notification when it changes.
>To solve this problem, people use Dynamic DNS. Dynamic DNS works by detecting when your IP address changes and sets the dynamic IP address to a static hostname like camera1.ddns.net.
>Then anytime the IP address changes, an update goes to a server, telling it to change the IP address attached to the hostname.
>This ensures a device is always reachable by the hostname, no matter how many times the IP address changes.
In any case, anytime my IP changes, I've noticed the WAN IPv4 is set to 0.0.0.0 in the router config, meaning I have to unplug the modem/restart it in order for it to update to the new IP.
I assume having DDNS would detect this change and automatically update it
ITT: We argue and fanboy over companies that aren't AMD, Intel, Nvidia or ATI
Should I buy a new computer before South Korea gets nuked, causing prices to skyrocket?
Probably a good idea but I'm not sure N.Korea would nuke S.Korea. It's pretty close and that can cause problems for them.
I'm more concerned about them trying to nuke Guam and having it fall out of the sky on Hiroshima.
I want to use only FOSS apps and planning to ditch official Twitter app in favour of Twidere. What's your experience with it?
KILL IT WITH FIRE
Is it possible to do anything with SSH? Like, run the entire system from afar and then receive feedback from all the proccesses?
Anybody having trouble opening images on 4chan with Firefox right now? I can view threads and thumbnails just fine, but if I want to see a full-size picture, I'm just greeted with a blank page.
Tried it out on IE and Chrome and both work perfectly, seem to be a Firefox-only issue but I don't know if I'm the only one to have it.
>tfw this beautiful mind is rotting in prison while welfare moms and niggers get to live out the rest of their degenerate lives in absolute comfort
The system doesn't want free software /g/
Hello /g/, I'm making a file manager.
All the ones out there are shit for various reasons, so I decided to build my own.
Currently on the roadmap:
- Fully dynamic, configurable at runtime layout
- Tabs, panes, splits, etc. Every view is a pane, so you can set stuff up how you like it
- File preview pane
- Made in Qt rather than GTK
So I ask, what have you always wanted to see in a GUI file manager? What are your most common complaints?
Is Void the new official binary distro of /g/?
This shit is slow as fuck. I had it since middle school.
I am 22 now, honestly have not touched it in years. Why the fuck you guys worship it?
Only thing it's got going is the retro aesthetic and the sounds of the keys.
Fucking thing only has 1GB of RAM
Im trying to build a decent pc for around 400-500 bucks but all these nvidia cards are really expensive.
Ive heard its because of people using them for bitcoin mining or something.
my question is how long untill the prices drop, and when they do will it be significant?
Advanced users of GNU/Linux (and I mean advanced), remember to try Source Mage GNU/Linux. True source-based distribution, and (in contrast with Gentoo and Arch) is:
Free from obfuscated and pre-configured code.
Fully committed to GPL, uses only free software (as in freedom) in their main package.
With even the documentation licensed as FDL.
Without 3rd party patches, sensible defaults or masked packages.
Doesn't need obfuscated python libraries, only bash.
No systemd (they've implemented their own init scripts system http://sourcemage.org/Init).
Uses clean dependencies as they came from upstream developers, which by the same provides instant updates.
Can heal broken installs.
Can also use flags.
Do you like Arch Linux's AUR? Do you like Gentoo's portage (or ports-like) package manager? With SMGL's "sorcery" you get all that. Making new spells (package build files) not found in the grimoire (repository of spells) is easy http://sourcemage.org/Spell/Book
Bash hackers welcome! Come and join http://sourcemage.org/
Installing SMGL is easy, here's the simplified process:
>boot a live Ubuntu (or whatever) USB drive
>go to SMGL website and download compressed archive of the base system
>partition and mount partition(s)
>extract the archive onto the new partition(s)
>chroot, set root passwd, hostname, configure network and locale, write fstab, install grub/lilo
>compile a kernel (preferably the newest stable one from kernel.org)
>update sorcery, grimoires and the build toolchain
>rebuild the system (hold spells you've already built, so you don't build them twice)
The install guide will hold your hand through the whole process http://sourcemage.org/Install/Chroot
Do the chroot method, since the regular live ISO method guide is out of date currently.
Here's a list of common commands: https://pastebin.com/i4DALaNV