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1 guest@cc 1969-12-31T17:00:00 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: mpv-shot0001.jpg (JPEG, 270.14 KB, 1920x1080)
Share a screenshot of your desktop
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57 guest@cc 1969-12-31T17:00:00
>>55
>>56
I see. Thanks!
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58 guest@cc 1969-12-31T17:00:00
>>47
yes, so does windows 7 and 8. both have the same backdoor as win10
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59 guest@cc 1969-12-31T17:00:00 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: Screenshot from 2017-11-30 11-… (PNG, 983.36 KB, 1280x800)
Winter iz cumming!
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60 guest@cc 2022-08-05T23:55:51 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: 1479.jpg (JPEG, 1.3MB, 1920x1080)
Window Maker is interesting.
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61 guest@cc 2022-08-18T12:43:11
>>60 Are you a girl? I think that's cool :)


1 guest@cc 2022-06-18T03:46:41 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: ▲.jpg (JPEG, 42.33KB, 318x338)
Why does the bot post broken links to some empty wordpress full of lorem ipsum where you can't even buy the drugs.
What purpose does it have?
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26 guest@cc 2022-06-23T22:04:30
looks as if keeping some CloudFlare verification going would be helpful. Normally with it off there would be a page of spam
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27 guest@cc 2022-07-05T17:15:45 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: f5928530206c5271bf5a7ae3cd36c9… (JPEG, 646.87KB, 1446x2039)
Seems like it stopped not just the spam, but also everyone else from posting.
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28 guest@cc 2022-07-05T23:58:00
The irony of communities is that any type of activity drives new activity. Kind of already knew the theory on Kissu but the complete silence after removing spam makes posting seem less welcome
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29 guest@cc 2022-07-14T22:10:47
>>28
Do you mean people will comment on spam, thus driving new activity which will then drive activity to THAT activity?
Well, it couldn't hurt I suppose, as long as the spam isn't terribly harmful, but it's usually a great annoyance
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30 guest@cc 2022-07-15T06:30:23
>>29
No, I mean the awkward silence means people feel like there's silence to be broken. Breaking the silence is a mental hurdle that makes it harder to post


1 guest@cc 2020-03-05T01:33:15 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: 1583208999056.jpg (JPEG, 102.71KB, 600x749)
budget: around a $1000

What I need:
- new as in "never been used before" (people watch porn with their laptop, I don't want to type on a keyboard covered with the semen of a previous owner)
- something lightweight (13-14'')
- sturdy construction, can't afford to buy another one before long, can't afford to buy cheap, had to sell my NEET body for those $1000
- RAM, more RAM, even more RAM, never enough RAM, upgradable RAM
- quad core, but doesn't need to be too powerful, low watt
- no discrete GPU, I don't game, I need Intel integrated graphics for Lunix (so, Intel proc only)
- silence, I need a lot of silence. I've never heard the fans of my Asus Zenbook ux305la, it's ok if the fans kick in during heavy loads, but I don't want to hear them while I daydream. I mostly daydream and barely heavy load anyway.
- Atheros AR5B22 AR9462 wifi card for Lunix (they cost less than $10 if I can replace the factory-installed card)
- good battery life would be nice
- hardware compatiblity with Linux and why not FreeBSD, OpenBSD, OSX, Windows 10 and TempleOS...
- matte display
- good keyboard
- all parts serviceable/upgradable
- 2 M2 SSD would be great
- legacy ports like USB A, SD card reader, HDMI...

Usage: shitposting, SSH clients, chan browsing, programming, running virtual machines

The new old model Lenovo T480 with i5 8350U, Intel UHD 620 graphics, 1920x1080 matte shitty screen, 2 DDR4 RAM slots ticks all the boxes except maybe bad cooling/silence. Am I missing anything or can I order it tomorrow?
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19 guest@cc 2020-03-20T11:41:21
>I'm not exactly rich (for a grown up person, not living at his parents)
That's not good. If you're rich, as you say, you should make sure that you're exact with your money. Otherwise, you become a rich slob.
guest@cc 2020-06-08T22:25:35
I think a rich person has earned the right to not be lectured by a poorer person.
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20 guest@cc 2020-06-08T20:54:49
>>18
This.

I am really curious what OP did to earn that kind of money.
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21 guest@cc 2020-06-08T21:48:34
>>18,20
Pic related.
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38 guest@cc 2022-04-14T07:49:38
>>21 Looks kind of nice...
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68 guest@cc 2022-05-18T16:50:11
You will scrape semen off used computers, and you'll like it.


1 guest@cc 2022-05-07T15:40:45 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: 1588027855042-sicp.jpg (JPEG, 162.44KB, 661x920)
How do I become the world's best programmer ever?
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7 guest@cc 2022-05-20T20:30:27
What's a 10X programmer?
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8 guest@cc 2022-05-21T18:58:15
>>5
Is there really that much differences between the fields? I'm skeptical about that. There might be different constraints but I'd like to believe that they are fundamentally the same activity. But I'm open to reconsider my position.

I was thinking about how to decompose programming into smaller activities, that would be easier to improve at, but it's pretty hard. If I take something like debugging, that's certainly an important part of programming, but is it actually any easier to practice than programming itself? I don't feel like I've gotten closer to an answer this way.
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9 guest@cc 2022-06-01T00:13:10
Greatest or the most successful? I think you could be the best one in the world, but it wouldn't necessarily become a successful career and get you fame and fortune.
I guess... practice a lot? Some people just have brains that do certain things better, though, and if you don't have that kind of brain you could be limited.
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10 guest@cc 2022-06-14T07:05:38
>>9
Greatest, I am not after fame and fortune but competence. Practice, yes, but what and how? I can keep doing exercises from textbooks but those seem to cover only a limited domain of programming.
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11 guest@cc 2022-06-18T05:32:20
>>10
Probably something you're born with combined with lots of effort I would guess. Do you feel like a programming god and things come to you naturally? If so, maybe you have what it takes.
Hard work just doesn't beat natural genius


1 guest@cc 2022-05-29T02:16:45 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: 1506574359979.webm (WEBM, 1.23MB, 540x360)
I recently remembered that I had a spare low powered GPU around my apartment. Since one of the monitors I was using only had VGA, I figured I could use the card to power that monitor and have a proper dual screen set-up.
A few days of research, trail, error and wiping my OS disks multiple times, I got it to work, but only after eschewing desktop environments.
Despite it being a seemingly common and well documented feature, for some reason many desktop environments don't know how to handle more than one Xscreen, based on my experience with XFCE, KDE and MATE. Sure, it is easier to just use the inputs already available on one GPU, but in my case this wasn't an option since my card lacked the right input without an adapter. According to the reading I've done online, using multiple GPUs for each monitor was a normal thing, has the feature become that depreciated with time?
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2 guest@cc 2022-05-30T09:45:31
Only window managers I've ever used are dwm and icewm, Xinerama's just worked in those cases.
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3 guest@cc 2022-05-31T01:50:22
>>2
I did get Xinerama working with xfce a few days back, but I noticed that some of the programs I like don't play nice with it. I wouldn't mind trying it out in the future though.
I'm currently on Fluxbox, and I've been able to get my set-up working on it. It wasn't easy, but that's not the WM's fault, I just had to learn more about how xorg works to get things going. Now I just have to settle in to doing more configuration by hand.
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4 guest@cc 2022-06-10T03:19:45
Of course an edge case like that is going to be largely unsupported.
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5 guest@cc 2022-06-11T20:03:49
>>4
In a way, I guess the lack of support can be seen as a good thing, as users no longer have to buy multiple cards to have multiple monitors running. Still, it was a bit of an inconvenience.


1 guest@cc 2021-12-30T14:36:37 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: mm.jpg (JPEG, 18.16KB, 474x266)
So apparently I've been playing a lot with this program lately https://github.com/seebye/ueberzug. The program does what it is designed for which is, rendering image file into your terminal emulator. Out of all that, there's one important feature that is missing for my requirement. It's kind of awe that you can't have transparency rendering from the image into the terminal. Every time I render it, the transparency in the image got striped out. It could have been much more fun if the transparency in the image still intact.
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2 guest@cc 2022-05-23T19:26:09
From a quick look it seems that the way it draws the image does not support transparency at all. I wonder if it is possible at all.


1 guest@cc 2020-08-10T02:57:30 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: 1597028130.png (PNG, 733.0B, 238x17)
xkill is like my anime superpower.
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44 guest@cc 2021-12-31T05:56:16
>>42 Funny signature I found on the internet: https://github.com/yaychris/dvorak7min

--
____/| Ragnar Hojland (ragnar@ragnar-hojland.com) Fingerprint 94C4B
\ o.O| 2F0D27DE025BE2302C
=(_)= "Thou shalt not follow the NULL pointer for 104B78C56 B72F0822
U chaos and madness await thee at its end." hkp://keys.pgp.com
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45 guest@cc 2022-02-23T06:21:34 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: 1657654654654647.png (PNG, 782.66KB, 659x1200)
キタ━━━(゚∀゚)━━━!!
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46 guest@cc 2022-03-04T04:30:31
I can't figure out how the fuck to pan zoomed-in book images on archive.org.
Left-clicking advances the page. Middle-clicking advances the page. Right-clicking opens the context menu. Shift-left clicking, Ctrl-left clicking advances the page. Up advances the page. Down advances the page. Left, right advances the fucking page.

OH FUCKING OKAY it's the scroll wheel. got damn. well i'm going to post this anyway. fuck
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47 guest@cc 2022-03-07T08:19:47
I had to stop using DuckDuckGo because
- the Japanese search suggestions were always incredibly pedophilic, despite some basic attempt to filter out obscenity
- the noscript DuckDuckGo gives entirely different, way lower quality results, listing the same unrelated results (manga, always the same titles and websites; or the index pages of porn, dlsite, and booth) for different search queries
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48 guest@cc 2022-05-12T13:25:47
>>44
>Thou shalt not follow the NULL pointer, for chaos and madness await thee at its end.

That quote is from The Ten Commandments for C Programmers: https://www.lysator.liu.se/c/ten-commandments.html


1 guest@cc 2022-05-07T20:36:59
Where do I find the source code of Shitaba?
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3 guest@cc 2022-05-08T04:10:18
>>2
Oops wrong software
https://github.com/ECHibiki/Kotatsu-V


1 guest@cc 2020-04-09T19:50:28
I have this obsession with implementing event loops, even when they're completely unnecessary. I don't know why, it's just the style of coding that makes the most sense to me.
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7 guest@cc 2022-01-12T21:44:02
used to have one where I would call loop variables "iii" and "jjj" and "kkk" instead of "i" and "j" and "k"
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8 guest@cc 2022-02-14T20:20:22
>>6
But, everything in Racket is an expression! Value of everything but price of nothing and all that.
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9 guest@cc 2022-02-20T04:34:57
I have the tendency (though unintentionally) to create patches of code that keep my program running, but are never called or referenced once by anything else. It becomes bloat since you want to get rid of it, but you can't because for some reason it's vital to the architecture I've created.
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10 guest@cc 2022-03-29T14:41:08
>>9
That's called being a bad programmer.
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11 guest@cc 2022-04-25T00:38:24 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: mwakhzs18ad81.webp (WEBP, 22.85KB, 640x640)
>>10
Yeah, I know :(


1 guest@cc 2022-04-16T02:31:20 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: 1555355447424.png (PNG, 340.42KB, 572x642)
ok so if computational processes are beings that inhabit computers, people create programs to conjure those spirits and you have no magical power ability whatsoever then is there any hope for becoming a wizard
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2 guest@cc 2022-04-16T08:55:04
Yes, just read the Holy Texts: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_C_Programming_Language
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3 guest@cc 2022-04-16T10:49:28 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: sicp treasure.jpg (JPEG, 277.47KB, 1920x1080)
I can't believe I have to write spoilers to a textbook, but here it goes. Read at your own peril.

In the last two chapters the curtain is pulled back and you get to see how the wizard's magic works. It's part of the book's "story", they start with saying the computer science is not really a science but has more in common with magic. But this is not approving, they want it to mature into science and they gradually reveal what goes on behind the scene. Early science was also connected to magic and esotericism, hence the alchemist on the cover of the book. I think it is fitting because many people seem to be stuck in the "programming is reciting spells" phase for an embarrassing amount of time.

But yes, if you read SICP, it will teach you what you need to know to become a wizard and more.
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4 guest@cc 2022-04-17T00:41:23
ok i will start making a hat


1 guest@cc 2022-03-23T00:45:10 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: cloudflare.jpeg (JPEG, 9.45KB, 474x197)
I highly recommend using cloudflare's csam scanning tool to stop illegal images from appearing on your site. It also helps to block proxies as well. I think as an imageboard community we can stop this shit but we need to start taking measures to put an end to it. If you want to step away from your board for awhile don't leave posting open. It will get spammed. Just put it in read only until you come back.

And yes, I'm posting this on all the imageboards I find. No I'm not a bot.
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9 guest@cc 2022-03-25T23:27:31 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: firefox_DeOfY2NccJ.png (PNG, 20.79KB, 1014x379)
How? Why doesn't it do this for me?
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10 guest@cc 2022-03-26T23:42:02
Trying to attach image but it won't post. Maybe it's because of spaces in the filename. Anyway, this would probably be the reason why: https://4taba.net/cdn-cgi/l/email-protection
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11 guest@cc 2022-03-26T23:48:30
hm. I see.
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12 guest@cc 2022-03-29T14:37:20
alright, I'm trying to resolve the issues I had with setting this up and sending more emails
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13 guest@cc 2022-03-31T03:52:10
Great, I've obviously been ghosted.

This cloudflare feature is basically a none feature, but nonetheless, a way to deal with this CSAM is required for this site to keep existing in my hands.


1 guest@cc 2020-03-31T23:37:17 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: 1999.jpg (JPEG, 159.39KB, 500x400)
What's your main browser? I use five-six browsers like it's still the 2000s because some browsers blacklist flash but are more efficient to use, while others don't blacklist things but have shitty adblock and horrible design
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49 guest@cc 2022-01-07T14:58:29
>>1
>What's your main browser?

Tor Browser
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50 guest@cc 2022-02-13T12:24:11
finally switched from pale moon to ungoogled chromium
for some reason I had been having some serious performance issues with pale moon and it would often freeze for a couple seconds after I open a new website. I thought it would take forever to switch browsers (which is why it took so long for me to ditch palemoon), but is has been surprisingly easy so I'm glad for that.
Overall I'm hoping that webbrowser fixes all the issues I had with palemoon because I still prefer the firefox style over chromium
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51 guest@cc 2022-03-08T03:44:43
Firefox works for everything I need, but I have countless extensions installed, even some which I made myself only for me.
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52 guest@cc 2022-03-30T05:17:49
Yep, my web 'rowser! That's what I call 'em for short! You got a problem with that?
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53 guest@cc 2022-03-31T01:04:53
Firefox is my go-to.
Waterfox and Chromium are also pretty decent.


1 guest@cc 2021-10-25T09:11:32
https://edu.alibabacloud.com/elearning?spm=a2c4d.8764728.4363105600.3.712466638JdB6W

lots of jargons and names... i cant seem to remember them.
jsut like i dont remember all the characters from the comic i buy.

especially if they look substantially worthless.


1 RedCream 2018-09-03T06:46:52 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: fed.png (PNG, 29.64 KB, 432x439)
is you're anus ready for federated textboards

also there's tags instead of boards
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45 guest@cc 2018-11-08T12:18:09
Having a common API sounds fun. The pessimist in me says that there is no way all imageboards could ever follow it though. Perhaps a content scraping server could be created that reformats the content of multiple imageboards into a unified format. It wouldn't be able to post, though.
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46 guest@cc 2018-11-27T16:12:15
>>30
>chrome

Anonymous please refrain from being such a pleb
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47 guest@cc 2021-03-30T02:54:54
i did officially finish this:

http://0chan.vip/

have fun
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48 guest@cc 2021-03-30T17:54:04
I don't get the point of a federated textboard (or imageboard). It's not really a format that benefits from it. They don't have accounts, so migration between them isn't really an issue, and unlike microblogs (twitter, tumblr, mastodon, plemora), where sharing someone else's content is a major factor, seperate boards and threads are relatively exclusive.
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49 guest@cc 2021-10-10T09:29:21
>>45
Something like this I suppose?

https://github.com/catamphetamine/captchan


1 guest@cc 2021-07-02T09:09:06 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
File: 8775867546454565857857.jpg (JPEG, 69.4KB, 525x393)
hello /cc/
Need some help on shell scripting. Could you help me how to make this code better?


#!/usr/bin/bash

DOING(){
duhhh=$(xclip -out)
xdotool mousemove 847 223 click 1 | sleep 0.1
xdotool mousemove 30 733 click 1 | sleep 0.1 | xdotool mousemove 30 733 click 1
xclip -t -selection "primary" -quiet -silent > /dev/null 2>&1
}

ADDITION(){
((duhhh++))
echo $duhhh
}


DOING
ADDITION


The thing about this script is, it doesn't work for the first run. Instead of echoing the real value, I got 1. But after do the second run, the value is correct as intended. "xclip" is a program equivalent to Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V where you can save selected line into clipboard for X11. If it tries to copy new value than before, same symptom happened. It always when running on the second time that works.
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2 guest@cc 2021-07-04T01:11:18
>Instead of echoing the real value, I got 1
I'm guessing that duhhh is originally set to not an integer, try this in your shell

$ foo=aaaaaaaaaaaa
$ ((foo++))
$ echo ${foo}
1


Your code and use case is too specific for me actually test and fix your script.

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