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Hop in to our IRC channel! #wirechan@rizon.net

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 No.144[Reply]

Have you ever operated a chan?

What does it take, in terms of memory, CPU, bandwidth and disk space to run a chan? Let's suppose it's at wirechan's posting rate.

What software is best? Vichan? Lynxchan?
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 No.149

vichan is dogshit and highly over used

 No.155

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i would like to, but i am dumb as fuck, can you guys help me? please? i wanna install lynxchan, but i don't know much about operating websites. what if i want to run it on my old computer in garage? on my personal network? will i get doxxed or something? help pls

 No.156

>>155
if someone can help me too plz, im strugling so hard

 No.157

vichan is overrated but so is anything when it sets the standard especially for clones. Lynxchan looks like ass out of the box and its configuration is not for beginners.

 No.158

>>157
what would you recommend me as a c# newbie retard, who knows basically nothing about php, js or so? thanks



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 No.83[Reply]

What got you into Linux?
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 No.146

I first used on a raspi.
I kept getting more into it because of the full range and motion that it gives me when i'm using it.

 No.151

I read the GPL2, went 'oh, this is cool', and then decided to use linux.

No, seriously. This actually happened.

 No.152

Years ago my dad showed me ubuntu, I picked up my old laptop with it still dual booting one day and fell down the rabbit hole.

 No.153

Actually Lain.

 No.154

>>83
My friend convinced me to try and since I like tinkering with shit, I instantly took a liking to it.



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 No.6[Reply]

Does anyone here still use a CRT?
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 No.70

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Still using my Dell Trinitron, working like a charm.
>>66
>Screens are small
This one is pretty big, and it supports 1600x1200 resolution (i use 1280x1024, because that's the highest resolution that can display in 85hz)

 No.73

>>70
Schway.

 No.98

Hell yeah! Not mainly of course, but for retro games.

 No.111

>>6
I've been interested in finding one. Haven't used a CRT monitor since 2006. But I have plenty of CRT TVs around me.

 No.150

Not for PC, but I have one that has all the consoles before Xbox 360 hooked up to it. With the exception of the Wii, which is also hooked up to the CRT just because.



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 No.49[Reply]

*AAAaargh why doesn't it work on the lcd display channel with this board lol
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 No.52

It's working on the breadboard now =D

Kind of an odd solution, but dropping the clock rate back down to 8Mhz with xdiv=0x01, same as the nano got results

void nnn_ILI9341::clock_modifier(uint8_t xdiv){
CLKPR = 1<<7;
CLKPR = xdiv & 0x0F;
}

 No.53

Well, it worked for a bit on the breadboard, loose connections(?) permitting

Still no luck with the harness / display out, though it's reading the touch input over spi just fine

 No.54

Started making a second harness using solid-core jumper-wires, display tested okay on usb power prior to wiring in the touch interface, but now again doesn't want to work

Also with both harnesses display and touch works when the micro is powered directly from a couple of AA batteries, as an anon mentioned elsewhere

 No.56

More tests, 2xAA through a little voltage step-up chip for 5 volts, 32u4 / harness 2
Display is working

Tried to repeat display working without touch connected using jumpers, usb connected / fail?

It really doesn't want to work on the 32u4/pro micro with usb connection for some reason

 No.147

use a scope



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 No.100[Reply]

Is 4GB of ram still normal in present day? I switched from 2GB and everything works perfectly. For me personally, it is enough.

 No.101

>>100

12GB is the patrician choice.

 No.102

It's actually not. 16GB is standard nowadays.

 No.110

>>102
This! Unless you're working on a side project or using a lower-end rig for other various reasons. But for your main rig 16GB is the standard.

 No.134

>>100
I have 16 Gigs in my main machine, but I also use that one for photoshop/premiere and music production. I use my laptop for pretty much only browsing the web and reading and I never reach past 4 Gig doing that. So I'd say, you do you, there's no point in upgrading if you don't need it.

 No.143

i mean, main rig has 8gb, t510 has 4gb and im working in setting up a minecraft server with 2gb and a ib with 1gb, 16gb seems too much of a meme, yet again i didnt upgrade my pc until its intel 2 quad and 2gb of ram shit the bed



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 No.17[Reply]

What browsers do you guys use to surf the web?
I use firefox developer edition so i can install my won addons.

What other tools do you use to get around the net?
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 No.138

*sips* Opera Presto now that was a good browser…

 No.139

>>138
This guy understand me

 No.140

>>137
>>138
>>139
Have you guys tried Opera GX yet?

 No.141

>>140
No, have you?

 No.142

>>141
I haven't yet. But I may decide to give it a try in the next day or two. More or less have been curious about it in the meanwhile.



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 No.37[Reply]

What is the worst thing ever happened on your PC?
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 No.117

>>72
Everybody knows dd stands for "disk destroyer"

 No.118

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Listened to my idiot friend about downloading Teamviewer.

 No.119

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>>117
lool
>>118
TeamViewer is trash. I had a friend who tried to get me to download that as well. Straight up didn't bother or trust it from the get go and then heard about the incident that happened with the users not too long later. Also I'm craving some coffee now, thanks.

 No.135

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>use OpenSUSE on laptop
>have version with bleeding edge package updates, called Tumbleweed
>some things are a bit buggy
>decide that I should use the stable version of OpenSUSE instead
>want to downgrade from within the current system
>change all my repositories to the stable ones
>perform normal update, which will downgrade things to the older, stable packages
>what can go wrong?
>package manager gets round to downgrading glibc
>crashes
>attempt to start it up again
>could not load libc-2-26.so
>oshit
>slowly realise that I have just deleted the version of libc against which almost every program in the entire system was compiled
>also realise that almost every program in the entire system needs libc
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 No.136

>>135
ouff, I physically cringed reading that and sucked in air through my teeth. I totally get that and have also fucked up many a installations by messing with repositories and dependencies.



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 No.104[Reply]

AMD won

 No.105

What happened?

 No.107

>>105
Nothing.

 No.108

That's what I use, so I guess I win too?



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 No.16[Reply]

Have you heard of Hy?
It's Lisp that works like Python.
You can access Python libraries even.
What do you think of it?

 No.55

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Hith~

 No.74

I think it actually great.
I don't know any thing about Hy macro system yet, but I think it will be great.
I skimmed it's getting start page and it seem to be some one build clojure on python.

 No.99

Cute fish



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 No.1[Reply]

Good morning, evening and night, /g/. I'd like to talk to you about a pretty popular but lacking and somewhat horrible distro that you're all aware of; Arch GNU/Linux.
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 No.80

>>79
if only I did

 No.81

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>systemd

 No.82

Cool people use Arch with OpenRC.

 No.86

>>82
I've got Void with runit on my laptop right now, pretty good so far.

 No.91

>>82
no cool person uses Arch, stop spreading lies



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