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 No.761[Reply]

Post workstations ITT
This could include your PC, soldering station, HAM setup, etc, etc.
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 No.819

>>815
gimme my drink back you cartoon hoe

 No.828

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 No.829

>>828
Nice song but I feel like it lacks something, it keeps building up without ever reaching the peak and then just suddenly starts to decline…

 No.832

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>>829
>where's the drop?
>mfw

 No.834

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arch/w10 dual boot
5600x
16gb 3200mhz
rx550 4gb
700w psu



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 No.795[Reply]

I am wondering how I could build a Moreno Crypto miner in C++ but don't no where to start.

I want to build something like xmrig.com and would like it to connect to minexmr.com using port 4444 and 4443.

I have looked for sample code but couldn't find any that meet my criteria.

Also I would like this to be less the 100 lines of code if it isn't unreasonable.

My biggest question where I get the hashes to decrypt.

 No.796

Can't tell if you're serious or just another botnet miner trying to get us to do your work for you.
>probably doesn't know programming in C++ because it's not feasible in 100 lines
>needs it to be a certain size limit almost like its a payload
If you're serious about this, go onto github and look at some projects. Read some documentation. No one's going to do this for you

 No.811

You're missing some significant knowledge here. I'm going to assume you're a kid and not a retarded 36 year old pajeet so I'll cut you some slack.

-Get a textbook which has you write small programs that require understanding of computer science algorithms. SICP is a classic but it's in LISP. Not sure why you want C++ since it doesn't appear you're very familiar with it. Unless you understand these concepts you don't have much of a chance of building something comparable to xmrig. This knowledge will remain valuable no matter what language you use.
-Once you understand the basic programming concepts, go to https://www.getmonero.org/resources/developer-guides/ and get an understanding of how the mining actually works.

If you just want to make some monero, you don't need to build a miner, just use off the shelf ones. However, it's not always most profitable to mine monero directly (especially if you're using a GPU or something). Check out moneroocean.stream, it's a multi coin mining pool that pays only in monero. They have guides on how to set it up, keep trying until you get it.



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 No.539[Reply]

The Distributed Wired is coming, anons. Just at the time that we need it most, too.

>The Brave browser recently added support for the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) protocol in its beta release channel (desktop only).

>IPFS is a peer-to-peer (P2P) protocol that can be used in web browsers to visit websites that are hosted by the website’s visitors instead of a central web server.
>This is called the distributed web.
>When you open an IPFS link (ipfs://example/) in Brave, it will open it using a public web-gateway server by default. Gateways are public web servers that proxy content from the IPFS network via a traditional web server.

https://www.ctrl.blog/entry/brave-ipfs.html

I actually haven't downloaded Brave yet. Has anyone here tried it?
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 No.668

>>579
banned lmao that's harsh

 No.669

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>>668
5 day ban with reason BRAVE.
I only said that the icon looks nice.

 No.732

>>655
>isnt brave spyware
Brave does whitelists some advertisements, but discloses that fact. With the BAT token integration, it could be considered an advertising platform of sorts. If that's a concern, you'd have to lock down some settings like you would in Firefox with about:config. I'm not sure if it should be called spyware for that, but people talk shit. It tries to do many things and is most definitely bloated. Is what it is.

Maybe worth mentioning in this thread. Brave has started a search engine. Like it or not, at least it's an attempt at another competitor in a world where there is not much choice in that department.

https://brave.com/search/

 No.791

I had tested brave a while back and found out that it makes some initial connections to some websites when it starts up with no way to disable that. Instant uninstall.

 No.797

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in f4ct, i w4s doin9 some rese4rc}{ on }{ow to do jvst t}{4t, w}{en i c4me 4cross t}{e 8r4ve vser forvm [2], inv&4ted wit}{ qvestions 48ovt "w}{ere's my 84t!?".
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t}{ere 4re 4lso m4ny posts 48ovt vsers recently receivin9 fewer 4ds. i t}{ink t}{is si9n4ls t}{4t 8r4ve 4re }{4vin9 trov8le secvrin9 4dvertisers.
4t 4ny r4te, client-side 4n4lytics is 8i9 8otnet.

[1] https://basicattentiontoken.org/reducing-digital-ad-fraud/
[2] https://community.brave.com/top?period=monthly



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 No.788[Reply]

like books… good books. putting out graphics, multiplayer, gameplay, AI, physics, LAN and servers? where do i find all of those? know them all?

 No.789

>>788 bump

 No.790

>>788
I also would like to know this bump



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 No.780[Reply]

how much coding is enough for me to make a single app with multiplayer features,LAN and working 3d graphic? how thick?
where can i find the resource to be able to tackle one whole product say, in unity, unreal or maybe writing from scratch in Vs Code?

basically knowing everything todo and nottodo within the span of the project and improvise along that guideline? not leaving me with a blank canvas/textpad i have no idea what to do with?

pls link me books or basically outline me how much is needed to do so and so

 No.782

It will depend on what kind of game you are trying to make, a multiplayer "Pong" will be a lot easier to make than an MMORPG.

 No.784

>>782 lets start from Pong with an active userbase. a pong dot IO i guess.



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 No.770[Reply]

what do you do to prevent static discharge when working with sensitive technology/parts?

 No.771

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Strip to my underwear, of course. Didn't you watch the show?

 No.772

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better get a heater then



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 No.583[Reply]

I miss him :(
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 No.658

>>590
>i got kicked out of the project for being a tranny

good

 No.659

>>586
blessed

 No.663

>>658
He should just go work on one of the other forks.

 No.740

>>590
Amen.

 No.760

>>602
>Sad how he just ended up on the streets.
I thought he wanted to walk the earth, that he didn't just "end up" on the streets



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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.681

>>305
there is nothing wrong or extreme about the concept of "free speech"
allowing people to talk shit on your own physical property or website has nothing to do with free speech
forbidding other people to say something in general, by law or other measurements is something a modern free society should look down on
it's the most basic tools to expose and to stop an oppressive and/or evil government/institution

If you don't like what people say, have you ever tried going out of their way? There are a lot of people in the world, you don't need to try to be friends with everyone. And you will surely not make yourself very likeable if you run around trying to take away people's voice.

I think the more popular a platform becomes, the more it has to hold up the values of free speech, especially when your own country benefited from this concept for centuries. That's why people look down on how the owners of Twitter and Facebook are behaving.

"wirechan.org" is a smaller website and I think it's perfectly fine to have a couple of rules, to behave nicely
freedom of speech exists to allow people to express their ideas freely without giving anyone the ability to shut you up, just because his opinion differs from theirs

Only by hearing many _VERY_ different opinions, can a society come to a good and healthy consensus.
If half of the people aren't allowed to give their honest opinion, any consensus formed will be very shaky as if it would only stand on one leg.

 No.715

>>519
A dedicated ip would probably cost more than a vps.

 No.735

>>519
You'll want a VPS (most unmanaged linux are barely $10 a month anyways) for stuff like FFmpeg to do webm thumbnailing or use php modules not included in regular shared hosting.
Sure you can use a shared server, but you'll have to make do with some limitations in the software.

 No.742

>>715
no one expects anyone selfhosting to have a static ip, isps only give em away with industry/office contracts (or sinfully expensive) and the like, self hosting pretty much always needs dynamic dns like from afraid

 No.759

Running a small chan with 1 post a week (by me because no one else uses it) that I custom made in nodejs works fine on the cheapest vps I could find which is shared between like 3 other websites as well.

Assuming your chan is gonna be somewhat small you can probably just go with the cheapest $5 a month vps.



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 No.752[Reply]

I have an mikrotik RB941-2nD-TC acces point and I gutted it out of curiosity. I'm wondering if it could be used for something interesting besides intended use. Any ideas?

 No.753

>>752
sell the parts

 No.755

that would net me 5 bucks max

 No.756

You can install some GNU/Linux on it and mess around with that? OpenWRT says they no longer support it because it does not have enough memory but you could still try setting up something.

 No.757

that was the first thing I thought of, but I'm not sure how exactly as it doesn't really want me to edit anything, even the stuff im supposed to edit.

 No.758

ok, figured out how to set it up, now I just need a distro that will run on this. I think I'll try to set up a wifi that sends you some files when you connect and doesn't let any other traffic thru to troll wifi leeches.



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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.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

 No.744




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