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/cyb/ + /sec/ - Cybersecurity and Information Security General

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Cypherpunk Manifesto

◘ Cyberpunk Manifesto

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▓ Fables, realities, prophecies and mythology of a community:

░ What is cyberpunk

▀ The importance of a cyberpunk mindset applied to a cybersecurity skillset
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/tpg/ - ThinkPad General

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If you're looking for purchase advice, state your budget and requirements (e.g. size and performance).
Don't buy anything OTHER THAN IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad T, X, and W/P Series if you want the Real Business Experience™

>Other business laptops are welcome in /tpg/ (Dell Latitude/Precision, HP EliteBook/ZBook).

Libreboot-compatible models:
>T60 (check lcd), X60(s/t); X200(s/t. -s requires soldering), T400(s)/500; W500.

Modern models:
>X220/X230 - 12", 768p, cheap and light
>T420/T430 - 14", 900p, widely available, socketed CPU, both Coreboot-compatible (Ivy Bridge CPU support on T420); Quad Core Compatible, Old keyboard swap on *30 series
>T520/530; W520/530 - 15", 1080p, DTR, 32GB RAM on quadcore models, USB 3.0
>T440p/540p; W540/1 - Last Thinkpads with socketed processors, easily replaceable trackpad (W541 doesn't need trackpad replacement)
>P-Series - 15'' + 17'', 4K display, up to 64GB of RAM, Xeon CPU option. Expensive.

Why ThinkPad?
>Used machines are plentiful and cheap
>Excellent keyboards - tactile feel and quiet
>Great durability: magnesium rollcage for structural integrity, with high quality plastic body panels
>Utilitarian design: e.g. indicator LEDs, 7 row keyboard layout on older models
>Docking stations that easily turns your laptop into a desktop
>Easy to repair (most models), upgrade & maintain thanks to readily available service manuals for every model, spare parts easy & cheap to obtain
>The best TrackPoint™, great for those who type a lot or hate swiping their fingers all over a touchpad
>Excellent GNU/Linux & *BSD support

>Hardware Maintenance Manuals (HMM's) and Windows drivers for legacy devices:
>Used laptop guides by xsauc:
>ThinkWiki - Info on ThinkPads & running GNU/Linux on them:
>BIOS logo booru:
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What are some cool terminal commands?
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/bst/ battlestation thread

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Morning guys
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Humor thread anybody?

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ctrl-f no humor thread.
humor thread?
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>making it harder for yourself by not using python
for what purpose?
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/mpv/ - the video player

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Monthly reminder that it has been 10 days since the repeal of net neutrality took effect and yet no harm has been caused to us consumers because of it.
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Recently bought 5 x 6TB WD Reds. Woulda waited till later and try to bag the 8TB version but available funds and the recent supreme court ruling which requires you to pay sales tax on online orders forced me to act now. Plus Newegg had a sale going on these.

Raid Z1 = 21.1 TB (Free space after padding,etc)
Raid Z2 = 15.6 TB (Free space after padding,etc)

My current storage is a little over 10TB, so once I migrated everything over I'd be left with only 5TB under Raid Z2. Red drives are spec'ed to last 3 yrs so that 5TB of available space has to last me that long. Under Raid Z1 I'd gain like 10TB available for use. I'd like to note that I'm pretty good about keeping my backups up to date, not waiting till a failure to do a backup of the data. Just trying to figure the best way to use my storage with the maximum space yet keep it protected in case of failure/maintain data integrity.
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