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No.60029019 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
ITT: Software redflags

I'll start:
>Written in C
Guaranteed security exploits
>Written in C and closed source
Guaranteed security exploits that are intentional
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/hpg/ - Headphone General

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>Headphone purchase advice
http://pastebin.com/fYZLW7Ub
Please put some effort into your requests and questions.

If you dislike a suggestion, explain why and try giving a better suggestion to whomever asked.

For sub-$50 headphones and IEMs, check out infographic in >>>/g/csg

>/g/ wiki headphone FAQ:
https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php?title=Headphones

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/ptg/ - Private Tracker General

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Previous >>60031304

>Not sure what private trackers are all about?
The mission of /ptg/ is to promote the highest possible standards of tracker disservice by providing members with opportunities for shitposting development, by recognizing tracker drama competence through examinations and by advancing the interests of its members.

>Have a question?
FAQ http://pastebin.com/LQxkS1mU (embed) (embed)
WIKI https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Private_trackers
MORE https://gitla.in/ptgGuide/ptgGuide/tree/master
IRC #ptg irc.rizon.net 6697/9999 SSL only


Use >>>/g/ptg as a link to find the /ptg/ thread.

Remember the following:
>Staff occasionally read these generals and have posted here before.
>This is a thread for educational purposes only don't offer or ask for invites.
>Staff may pretend to be normal users asking for invites and when you invite them, they ban you for inviting strangers.

No.60034364 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
ITT: Post ideas to polish this turd by means of Technolo/g/y.

>Reusable zip-loc bags available
>Juice packs have a chemical strip tracking temperature to dynamically adjust expiration date
>QR code camera replaced by simple barcode reader to reduce the price
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/rcg/ - Retro Computing General

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ITT we discuss home computers and operating systems from the late 70s to the late 90s

Apple, Commodore, Atari, CP/M, IBM, Compaq, NeXT, and even poor Be

Hopefully this doesn't turn into a Win9x circlejerk

No.60039028 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Which programming language can do everything Python can, but better?
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systemd adopted by Debian after a jew bought the lead project

No.60031854 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
First off, systemd is not an init system, it has an init system as part of the systemd suite. systemd is a project to build a standardised lowlevel userland for Linux. The project is pretty comprehensive and it delivers a lot of functionality under one umbrella. It does away with a lot of older, often undermaintained software packages, which were traditionally used to assemble a low level userland.
Which is where the contention comes from, as a system suite systemd is restrictive for Unix virtuosi who are used to tailor a system with wit, ingenuity, a lick and a prayer and a couple dozen of unrelated packages. systemd makes such knowledge useless.
The faction that thinks that systemd is Linux's Hiroshima, finds all the added functionality bloat, unnecessary and dangerous, as it is all under development in one project.
All the systemd jokes stem from the comprehensiveness as a low level system suite. People against it love to joke that one day systemd will write its own kernel.
There is a lot of FUD and hate going around. Some arguments do have merit, a lot of eggs in one basket is certainly true, but as with all things in life, it depends which tradeoff you prefer. Do you want a suite of well designed software, working closely together, so that system management is streamlined or do you want the complete freedom to tailor your own low level system with a lot of time tested, interchangeable components.
I have no desire to be a low level system designer, so I prefer systemd. I don't hate traditional init systems though. If a Linux system has one and I need to work with it, I'm still happy it boots and starts the necessary services.
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No.60036508 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Why do you even buy Apple?
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No.60039084 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Can /g/ explain why Windows 10 is bad without using memes such as "muh privacy" and "dem ebil jews are stealing muh porn folders"?
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No.60039246 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
>"I just word from Stallman. It's time. Activate the hardware backdoors."
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