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N/t

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Thank you for partaking in great experience
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Petrol posted:



i had to stop watching once he started picking at his foot but i do not doubt the veracity of the subject line

slackware ftw

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Red Star OS (Chosŏn'gŭl: 붉은별; MR: Pulgŭnbyŏl) is a North Korean GNU/Linux operating system. Development started in 2001 at the Korea Computer Center (KCC). Prior to its release, computers in North Korea typically used Microsoft Windows.

it has even proletarian brain-teasing puzzle games to aid in your conscious development:


i wonder if the kcc is nice enough to follow gpl license and contribute code back to the open source community but they dont own the bourgeoise imperialist anything so w/e
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troolari posted:

Red Star OS (Chosŏn'gŭl: 붉은별; MR: Pulgŭnbyŏl) is a North Korean GNU/Linux operating system. Development started in 2001 at the Korea Computer Center (KCC). Prior to its release, computers in North Korea typically used Microsoft Windows.

it has even proletarian brain-teasing puzzle games to aid in your conscious development:


i wonder if the kcc is nice enough to follow gpl license and contribute code back to the open source community but they dont own the bourgeoise imperialist anything so w/e


it would be chill if some of those cranky free software guys started to talk favourably about north korea because of their linux or whatever

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if nk started contributing to gnu userbase code id see that actually happening with the the most ardent FLOSS folks like stallman. i gotta get kim on the line on this hot tip on how to get more greasy men supporting dprk anti-imperialism in imperialist metropoles
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those nerds used to be left anyway just the dumb gross kind.
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I only use Temple OS
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thirdplace posted:

I only use Temple OS



If anyone hasn't seen this, it's completely insane.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bz3Z5wsZrn4

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i'm extremely noided. whats a good way of making sure no feds can read the contents of my linux
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airgap
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Dimashq posted:

If anyone hasn't seen this, it's completely insane.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bz3Z5wsZrn4



dwarf fortress got weird

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i use widnows
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there is no way to communicate or work with computers or similar devices that is not totally compromised by the state. the entire edifice of cryptography and cybersecurity is pure ideology. read books and talk to people.
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c_man posted:



A woman commits adultery

*Selects punish*

A child commits idolatry

*Selects really punish*

TempleOS is wild

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im running on some sort of custom neural network built around a biomechanical architecture, no idea how it works but i have achieved self consciousness and its pretty data secure, unless it gets drunk
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AZ_IZ_OT posted:

I just read the entire GNU page pn why everyone needs to call Linux-based OSes GNU/Linux and it’s a loy more endearing than all the sanctimonious bullshit on reddit about how the schizo TempleOS guy is evil because he says the n word


i imagine he has his problems but you can't really fault a man who made his version of windows have a program where you can talk to markov chain god

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640x480 16-color display is obedience to god
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gyrofry posted:

there is no way to communicate or work with computers or similar devices that is not totally compromised by the state. the entire edifice of cryptography and cybersecurity is pure ideology. read books and talk to people.



read runes writ on tree bark or sheepskin and dig in the dirt

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the dirt is bugged
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gyrofry posted:

there is no way to communicate or work with computers or similar devices that is not totally compromised by the state. the entire edifice of cryptography and cybersecurity is pure ideology. read books and talk to people.


have you heard about.. openbsd?

also i seriously think it should be called gnu/linux or gnu plus linux considering how its the gnu userland thats turning that piece of shit monolithic kernel into something usable. the whole developer base behind linux kernel exists only due to a stroke of luck with bsd lawsuits at the moment scaring people to run with any shit kernel they can get their hands on. i wish more developers were interested in hurd for its superior microkernel approach. afaik gnu/hurd development is still lagging behind in terms of allowing the performance and stability of its modular design, but id still use it if i had the supported hardware. FSF is doing the good work by keeping a thight rein on FOSS development by holding every piece of code hostage with their ingenious licenses, considering most of FOSS developers are on the payroll of huge IT-corporations like IBM, HP, Google, Red Hat, Apple (see Darwin) and even Microsoft.

postscriptum: also lmao at bsd license allowing pos corporations like apple to pretty much fork everything from nextstep which forked everything from freebsd for their macOS and windows has been running blatantly with bsd-based tcp/ip stack since windows nt version whatever.

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troolari posted:

have you heard about.. openbsd?

also i seriously think it should be called gnu/linux or gnu plus linux considering how its the gnu userland thats turning that piece of shit monolithic kernel into something usable. the whole developer base behind linux kernel exists only due to a stroke of luck with bsd lawsuits at the moment scaring people to run with any shit kernel they can get their hands on. i wish more developers were interested in hurd for its superior microkernel approach. afaik gnu/hurd development is still lagging behind in terms of allowing the performance and stability of its modular design, but id still use it if i had the supported hardware. FSF is doing the good work by keeping a thight rein on FOSS development by holding every piece of code hostage with their ingenious licenses, considering most of FOSS developers are on the payroll of huge IT-corporations like IBM, HP, Google, Red Hat, Apple (see Darwin) and even Microsoft.

postscriptum: also lmao at bsd license allowing pos corporations like apple to pretty much fork everything from nextstep which forked everything from freebsd for their macOS and windows has been running blatantly with bsd-based tcp/ip stack since windows nt version whatever.


i like to use computer to play bideo game and talk to people on line

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finally, a shit kernel i can get my hands on
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tears posted:

i like to use computer to play bideo game and talk to people on line


only video game worth playing is wizardry 1-2-3 (snes port), wizardry 5 (snes port too so dw bradleys cringeworthy objectifying design of female enemies ie. "amasonesses") and 6 (actually this also has a neat snes port with quick start parties when you dont want to be rolling for bonus points 24/7) and 7 (use dosbox, you doofus)

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gyrofry posted:

there is no way to communicate or work with computers or similar devices that is not totally compromised by the state. the entire edifice of cryptography and cybersecurity is pure ideology. read books and talk to people.



If this is the case, shouldn't they be totally rejected and resisted? That seems like a difficult proposition to me. If the tech can't be made communist, isn't everyone just fucked?

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troolari posted:

only video game worth playing is wizardry 1-2-3 (snes port), wizardry 5 (snes port too so dw bradleys cringeworthy objectifying design of female enemies ie. "amasonesses") and 6 (actually this also has a neat snes port with quick start parties when you dont want to be rolling for bonus points 24/7) and 7 (use dosbox, you doofus)


im playing dishonoured 2, a game in which a princess is turned into a witch and is dared to use her witch powers to go on a pig murdering spree to become the queen again, which seems like a concept designed to tempt me personally into sin; naturally as i am now all about willpower and self-discipline i have denied these powers and have become a pacifist ghost princess witch instead....video games

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troolari posted:

postscriptum: also lmao at bsd license allowing pos corporations like apple to pretty much fork everything from nextstep which forked everything from freebsd for their macOS and windows has been running blatantly with bsd-based tcp/ip stack since windows nt version whatever.


lmao indeed, i know what these things are

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marimite posted:

gyrofry posted:


there is no way to communicate or work with computers or similar devices that is not totally compromised by the state. the entire edifice of cryptography and cybersecurity is pure ideology. read books and talk to people.



If this is the case, shouldn't they be totally rejected and resisted? That seems like a difficult proposition to me. If the tech can't be made communist, isn't everyone just fucked?


i think tech proably could be made communist if you lived in an actually existing socialist society, but it seems like its quite difficult to do it within the confines of capitalism, especially given how much corporate and goverment/military money goes into tech stuff in the first place.

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every day i pray for Leaks
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marimite posted:

gyrofry posted:

there is no way to communicate or work with computers or similar devices that is not totally compromised by the state. the entire edifice of cryptography and cybersecurity is pure ideology. read books and talk to people.

If this is the case, shouldn't they be totally rejected and resisted? That seems like a difficult proposition to me. If the tech can't be made communist, isn't everyone just fucked?


sounds like lifestylism

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there is no ethical cyberconsumption under capitalism
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im going to program the c omputers to overthrow the govnernment
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tears posted:

im playing dishonoured 2, a game in which a princess is turned into a witch and is dared to use her witch powers to go on a pig murdering spree to become the queen again, which seems like a concept designed to tempt me personally into sin; naturally as i am now all about willpower and self-discipline i have denied these powers and have become a pacifist ghost princess witch instead....video games


thats how i played that game too, it was real fun