Why is there no web converter on Android so I can post video clips to enhance my on the move shitposting?
I come to you asking for advice and guidance
I'm on Discord. I'm worried about being shut down and am looking for another platform.
I came across gitter.im. I'm trying to stay away from goolag's web and am looking for something secure.
Gitter is open source and here's the source:
I'm not asking for anybody to sift through all that, just for your interest.
My main questions were: has anyone used Gitter and what do you think about it?
and how secure is open source?
If something claims to be open source, how likely is it that people are looking at the code?
How worried should I be about this stuff?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Show me what you got.
is anybody else on the botnet?
How are they?
>mfw he hasn't pre-ordered a Basic Talos™ II Bundle
Is this /ourdistro/?
>trying to compile a lede image
>put ubuntu on a VM
>follow this guide step by step https://forum.lede-project.org/t/quickstart-guide-compiling-lede/431
>make sure Im not missing anything
>1 hour later Im ready
>me tries again
>"type make -j1 V=s" to see whats going on
>lots of shit going on in the screen, kinda like typing tree over and over again
>30 minutes later the thing ended, I still don't know what went wrong
it cant possibly be this hard. how do Linux users deal with this on a daily basis?
>make  image
make -r image: build failed. please r-run make with -j1 V=s to see what's going on.
That's what i got. I mentioned in OP too. Asked in the forum and some guy said "start from scratch" (JUST). Then I started from scratch twice and still got errors.
Is this too good to be true?
It's a Dell optiplex. I remember thread a while back about these things.
Is there a way to software emulate the quality of an RCA video cable on a windows PC?
Something OS-wide would be appreciated.
I can also use wrappers like Reshade or SweetFX for games, but don't know of such a feature.
I have text of SSL certificate.
How I can, based on this text, detect key length?
If I just count all text letters - I have another number, not 2048.
Then, for example on sslchecker.com I have "Vendor signed" - Yes value.
How I can to know if certificate signed or not (with openssl or by logic) ? If "issued by" values on sslchecker.com exists - signed?
>650€ after 1 year of waiting for GTX 1060-1070 performance
Has AMD lost their mind?
Hi /g/ I'm planning to install xubuntu on my x220. What essential/useful programs should I download after a clean install?
I usually start with my browser of choice and wavemon. Gotta get the internet squared away since that's the gateway to any other installations and troubleshooting.
Lots of people use laptop power tools but personally I think they're not worth it.
My work requires me to go into different places so I can't build my own PC and is forced to buy a laptop.
Considering getting Helios 300 or Aspire VX 15.
How long will take to Microsoft just port windows infra to Linux as a subsystem ? And start to focus more on what is really worth: Good Aplications because the worst part of windows is the bogus NT kernel.