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 No.242[Reply]

Are there any good self hosted alternatives to c.ai?

 No.243

>>242
I started with Pygmalion 13b, but honestly if you have 12+ gb of vram just try Noromaid 20b. Just as good as c.ai if not even better

 No.244

>>243
how?

 No.245




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 No.240[Reply]

 No.241

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>>240
cia datamining scheme detected



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 No.238[Reply]

Polish companies have been the predominant source of our recent uptime. However, Cogent's CEO seems directly invested in shutting us down. I have had multiple run ins with Cogent and this is their most aggressive.

Usually the Tier 1 ISPs have censored the Kiwi Farms by simply refusing to broadcast my IP addresses. However, since Liz Fong-Jones has been successful in censoring the Internet this way, I no longer even try using my IPs.

This time, Cogent has directly instructed a customer of theirs to stop providing us - by name, through the customer's own IP addresses - networking infrastructure.

No company has done this until now. This is the most invasive, direct actioning from any ISP thus far.

If you are in the industry you need to make it absolutely clear to Cogent that you intend to move your business elsewhere.

Just to confirm, Cogent's CEO is directly forcing two customers to drop us, not just one.

There is now precedent for this to be done to ANY WEBSITE that some unelected fatcat deems unpopular, and not only that, to force other companies to do so.


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 No.233[Reply]

Is dlss3.5 a meme?

 No.234

>>233
It's a pretty good idea but the implementation is awful.

The end result ends up looking like they applied a paintbrush filter, not unlike those free image upscaling sites.

 No.235

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>>233
It's been 15 years and I have yet to see a single implementation of rt that looks better than mirrors edge, a game that could run on a 6800 at 60fps



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 No.207[Reply]

Gotta say, I've been running this on my laptop for a while now and I've got to say it's amazing. It's been my best user experience on Linux…

 No.208

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>>207
Plasma is without a doubt the best desktop for beginners but remember: the pipeline is real

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>>208
kill yourself, no one becomes a tranny by using linux. you're just projecting and trying to find a justification for your own closeted trannyism, fucking nigger



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 No.228[Reply]

DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT NULL/JOSH.

The AGO has confirmed it has received complaints from Incognet and Crunchbits and that the complaints fall under the scope of their office. I am filing mine this week.

Residents of Washington may be needed soon.

Edit 1: Small update but when we tried to route another /48 off my subnet it was also blocked immediately before ever being pushed live as an AAAA record. In short, this means the company is actively hawking my subnets and terminating them as soon as they go up to deliberately deprive Washington residents of Internet access to websites of their choice.

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Edit 2: Actually, they blocked my /32, which means Hurricane Electric is blocking 65,536 network blocks containing 65,536 subscriber blocks each with each subscriber block containing 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 possible addresses. With this number, I could assign each gram of the Earth's total mass 74 IP addresses each. They have done this specifically to accomplish keeping Washington residents off the Kiwi Farms.

c 4 urself

https://archive.is/L7dD4
Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


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 No.222[Reply]

Each thing personally affects reality.Example-eating salt and then being assalted.Find which thing and pick the categories,words,letters and symbols and get the answer to any question or not pick the words and the words that are remaining or farthest away are the answer.Find which thing and do magic.Thinking thoughts or snapping your fingers and a book with the information appears or the thing you were thinking of appears.The elements.Vitamins and minerals.Eating or drinking the same food again and again or a combination of things or not eating or drinking much.Write a paragraph of information about subjects.Get the answer by connecting the words and other things,specifying,adding words to the words,correcting the errors,synonyms.

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 No.224

>>222
Its interesting how even though depictions of the butterfly effect in media have some small event significantly alter future events people have trouble believing that their actions have any effect on the future

Nice trips btw

 No.226

>>223
hate the internet, to many of u fuckers



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 No.219[Reply]

are there any imageboards that requires registration to create threads?

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>>219
>are there any imageboards that requires registration to create threads?

 No.221

>>219
just be hella gamer and host a gnu social server without any rules



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 No.209[Reply]

Ai has already made top search results unreliable by spamming the internet with millions of wildly inaccurate articles. How long do we have until they start making ai generated videos or start breaking captchas and destroying forums?

 No.210

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it already happened lol. just look at the bright side, ai can give u lots of entertainment. i'd imagine people of the internet can abuse ai in someway like microsoft tay or some shit. i've been pirating books in event of a residence cascade

 No.211

>>209
I seriously doubt ai can make convincing images, let alone videos

 No.212

>>211
if ure a blessed retard its more convinsinge :)

 No.217

>>209
It already has… 99% of internet users are actually bots (they say it's like 40% but I honestly don't believe that shit). Ironically APIs/Corporations killed the internet a decade earlier tho

 No.218

>>211
AI Language models already pass turing tests + your average internet user speaks like a dyslexic four year old. Not to mention the OF "model" who's already proven a bot can replace human interaction.



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 No.213[Reply]

are aliexpress gpus worth the risk anons? I've seen people shill them on /g/ but I'm not sure if it's a good idea to put one in my linux build.

 No.215

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>here’s your gpu, anon

 No.216

>>213
No Aliexpress GPU aren't worth the risk because a large number of the budget ones are just older cards that have been flashed. Aliexpress is good for CPUs tho if you don't mind being sent test units/ex business parts.



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 No.195[Reply]

Has anyone here used Haiku? What do you think of it?
Personally, I've tried it only a bit in virtual machines before, and it's kinda comfy, but I can't say for sure because I didn't test it for too long. But I think it may possibly be enough just to watch anime and read manga, play open source games, and browse non-bloated websites.

 No.196

>>195
BeOS was a very interesting operating for the time, but it’s features are pretty commonplace nowadays imo

 No.206

>>195
Honestly, it's not something you should be trying to use as a daily driver today. You're better off using Debian or Fedora



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 No.203[Reply]

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>>203
>reddit

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 No.201[Reply]

I finally installed debian on my main system; is it too late to turn back now?


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 No.197[Reply]

KDE Plasma is objectively better than Gnome in every possible way, including ease of use.

Prove me wrong; I dare you

 No.198

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your thread is krap, kdecel

 No.199

>>197
It looks pretty ugly on low dpi monitors

 No.200

Anony, why not just use a WM?



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 No.191[Reply]

Is Intel arc a meme?

An a770 le might cost 50$ more than the rx6700 in my country, but it’s got twice the tflops, 30% more transistors and 4 gigs of extra ram. It’s clearly the superior card when it comes to performance, so I’m not sure why I shouldn’t go Intel this year.

I checked one of those performance comparisons on YouTube, and it absolutely destroys team red in 4k and ray tracing, and provides pretty similar performance in older games.

 No.192

>>191
The performance is still a bit worse; I don’t think it makes sense to spend money on what could just be an empty promise.

 No.193

>>191
Arc has a lot of future potential as a platform but that really depends on their dedication to consistent driver updates. My biggest issue with Arc is that their kernel isn't opensource…



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 No.134[Reply]

Imageboards are only a type of internet forum. Do you think a new type could be made? What features would it have?
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 No.143

>>134
>imageboard

uhhh, a videoboard… I guess?

 No.144

Reddit is literally the most popular internet forum whether we like it or not.

 No.149

i remember there was an "audioboard" called audiochan, but the head admin shut it down for some reason.
the source code is on github if anyone wants to revive it:
https://github.com/leop4udiochan/audiochan

 No.157

>>149
That sounds very gimmicky but is interesting.

 No.190


>>136
Most ordinary people these days want a slick user interface with lots of smooth edges, curves, and plain colors with a corporate memphis art style. Importantly, they want something that feeds their narcissism and allows them to express their identity through an avatar and a bunch of friends with all this including their irl info. Lastly, they are actually profitable tech companies whereas imageboards often run at a loss and are just community projects, so there's no way you'd get financing for an internet forum to compete with social media.

>>137
> I don't think there'll be a mainstream internet forum, ever,
2channel, the grandaddy of all chan sites, was as mainstream as Reddit in Japan and the country's biggest internet community until it split in 2014. At one time, it was the biggest site on the internet and it was an anonymous textboard/BBS.

>>144
All I can think of is an anonymous version of Reddit with the kind of attitude to moderation you see on some of the better imageboards. But it would still have to have that memphis art style and have the look and feel of a Silicone Valley tech company.

I doubt imageboards or internet forums will ever be as big as they used to be and anonymous 2chan/4chan type sites are on the way out. Vast majority of gen Z just don't trust those places and see them negatively.



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 No.186[Reply]

It was inevitable we'd all have this argument at some point so I'll start with my controversial pick…

Microsoft Surface 1 (i5-7300U/8GB/256GB)
>dirt cheap due to normie consumers
>decent build quality and specs
>has great Linux support
>touch pen works great for creators
>surprisingly easy to replace battery (it is fiddly tho)
>managed to still retain USB 3 and headphone jack despite period trend

 No.187

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>>186
I paid 2000 bucks for one of those back in the day and I can’t even replace the fucking battery. You have to somehow remove the peeling and cum stained alcantara without ripping it (ifixit couldn’t do it), and then you have to remove every component because the battery is connected UNDER the motherboard, which is a lot harder said than done considering that every connector goes under its own spot welded RF shield. That probably means that the fcc is going to take away your newly repaired laptop once you start it up.

It has a 0 repair ability score for a reason

 No.188

>>187
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cG77pnehlrQ

My brother in Christ, why are you promoting misinformation? It's no harder than replacing the LCD in an older pre-retina Mac, all you've got to do is use a heat gun and craft knife.

 No.189

>>188
That is to say the repairability score is a meme based on consumer backlash to closed systems (otherwise ifixit wouldn't be selling battery replacements and scoring the job as medium dificulty).



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 No.147[Reply]

Is the Darknet a real thing, or is it just larping? I've downloaded TOR browser but can't find anything but dead message boards and another random uninteresting shit. What are your experiences with it? And is it real or fake and gay?
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 No.161

>>147
there's really no use for it besides buying weed. otherwise, it's all honeypots and scammers.

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>>161
How would one do that in bulk? (EU)
Anything i should look out for, any legitemate sellers?
Anything beside good OPSEC, GPG keys, not leaking ur own shit and such?
Asking for a friend ;)

 No.165

Its pretty much honey pots and stuff.
All the real shit is invite only and R really hard to get onto so all the motherfuckers talking about darknet shit R mostly talk about random bullshit. So unless u have access to an invite only site u wont find anything at all

 No.178

>>162
hello, where do you get that pic from ?. is it a vgame ? what is the name ?

 No.179

>>162
If you're asking that question you shouldn't be looking at the Dark Web. Learn how to grow your own and source your seeds from your dealer/friend you are already buying weed from or better yet don't break the law.



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 No.174[Reply]

Any recommended sites/tools for easily making my own 4chan-style imageboard for free?

 No.175

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for free your best shot is gonna be self-hosted on an old pc, using mySQL. vichan (what comfychan is based on) as well as lainchan are both open source on github, so they're recommended. also since you're asking the question to begin with, i'd just go with ubuntu desktop for the host server, its not ideal for professional use but the gui will make it easier for you
landchad.net also has some good resources on self hosting.
note that it won't be 100% free as you'll have to buy a domain, unless you're fine with the site just being your ip address, not a problem if its just friends but for public use thats not a great idea.

 No.176

>>175
i should also note, the reason i recommend self hosting is that i haven't personally seen any 100% free webhosting services, but also i haven't looked into it so fuck me i guess



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 No.172[Reply]

I fucking hate fang companies.
Most of them are pretty much cartoon supervillain conglomerates.

I respect google because despite all of their spyware, data collecting, lawsuit worthy bullshit, they still put out good quality products such as android os and their amazing suite of tools such as docs, slides, drive, calendar, keep etc.

But the rest of these companies just put out bullshit, such as Microsoft with the downfall of windows.

 No.173

>>172
>But the rest of these companies just put out bullshit, such as Microsoft with the downfall of windows

desktop windows has never made much money. all of these but netflix and apple get most of their money from expensive software, hardware, or advertising services.



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 No.167[Reply]

What is the best window manager for Arch linux. I've always been interested in ricing but have never fully gotten into it.
I have always been drawn to dwm for some reason.
If you got any recomendations on ricing or windows managers that would be highly appreciated .

 No.169

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i3 is by far the most popular when it comes to showing off, closely followed by other pretentious tiling window managers.
I personally love NsCDE's lainpilled aesthetics, but ricing is supposed to be personal and unique, so i can't really give you any advice. Look at all of the options offered to you and make your choice. Remember: looks are always cooler than functionality.

 No.170

i like awesomewm, it's the best

 No.171

>>167
Follow an aesthetic and it'll turn out great. I like to start with a wallpaper and then work from there



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 No.158[Reply]

how does one make a forum similar to the format of 4chan, such as this site

 No.163

i had one running for it a bit just running php and mysql with vichan, pretty easy if you're familiar with basic linux

 No.164

>>163
thanks



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 No.155[Reply]

Kinda reminds me of 3d tvs desu

 No.156

I hope. VR headsets make you sweat and will never fit all heads.

 No.159

>>155
Not really; it was pretty promising before it got zucc’d

 No.160

Needs more digital crack to hook users (see lootboxes, parabolic cryptocurrency price trajectories, or subway frottage on how to get that done).



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 No.140[Reply]

What jobs will AI kill? Do you think it is a threat to humanity or a tool? AI worries me.

 No.141

I see as a tool, but it can be come an other "specie" if thoughts like us

 No.150

Rogue AIs that become prostitutes. Truckers and janitors become worthless and are put into meat processing plants to help feed China's two billion people. Suddenly gamers become extremely needed as wars are fought with battle bots controlled via secure terminals.

AI is a weapon, capable of completely destroying western civilization, and they will most likely become Chinese spies.



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 No.4[Reply]

why does everyone bully pybros?

we’re normal i swear, it’s a good language with a lot of support
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>>37
Canadian girls eternally love those socks

 No.42

>>41
Girl in your pic is from barbant

 No.120

>>4
Python is OK in my book.

 No.142

>>41
'LIG ON THE 'LOG

 No.227

Saw the OP and thought I was on /v/ for a second before I read the second sentence.



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