Shellbound
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I am an Arch Linux user and generally a fan of all things open source. I use Bspwm on my desktop.

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Shellbound commented on Dogedoge's post: The advent of ZeroMe really made the difference.. The other stuff is fun and useful but ZeroMe makes you come back. As there are many here with the same interests as I.. it can almost replace G+ for me. Which is something no other social network has even been close in doing. The feed is good and almost always give something interesting to see...
Shellbound commented on Skyne's post: It'a a Schrödinger's cat... as long as you don't ask everybody is here. ;)
Shellbound commented on Arjunsingh's post: yo!
Shellbound commented on ks's post: Just love this piece of software... it is excellent for image management for someone who do not use gui.
Shellbound started following Frabrunelle
Shellbound commented on Kaffie's post: @Kaffie: It is probably good enough.. the main point is that you can call with it and that I believe you will be able to. ;)
Shellbound commented on Martinv's post: Awesome! ;) Did you try to convo with him?
Shellbound commented on Kaffie's post: What did you get?
Shellbound commented on weakish's post: gotta love SSH ;)
Shellbound commented on Nofish's post: I am using Arch and use a package that automatically build zeronet from github... The problem with snapcraft is that it bundles dependencies. Which means it transfers responsibility from maintainer to the developer to keep his package up-to-date. This means you will have to update the package every time there is a security patch out there. So it could work but I don't trust it much. I prefer the much smaller ordinary packages that don't add bloat to the system.
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Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: @ZAlex: I use ZeroMePlus and it doesn't seem to be added (yet?)... so I use the one supported by plus. I also actually like the ZeroMePlus solution better as it doesn't steal screen estate unless I want it too and of course that I can order the subpost chronologically.
Shellbound commented on Flyman's post: Reason is about thinking logically.. has nothing with good/right to do. ;) And all code is text until it is compiled to a binary. It is made binary so the computer can handle it more effectively. So everything not compiled will show up as human readable text. SVG images are also just text.
Shellbound started following 西木野真姬, Durand
Shellbound commented on Sirenyc's post: Only problem with Siren is the small part of the server that is closed source.. the rest is good. Personally I root for [Riot.im](https://riot.im) currently.
Shellbound started following Eibriel
Shellbound commented on Eibriel's post: Still using Nok... ehm... Jolla ;)
Shellbound commented on Border0464fred's post: There is not really any difference... Zme+ only give some extra features you wouldn't have else way. There is no fragmentation. The same ecosystem is used. The fork was justified as the features have been requested for Zme but not implemented.
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: @Mynameislegion: Yes, that is very true... but sadly it would almost be impossible. Unless you want to weaken the freedom of the press which I don't think you'd want. Maybe there could be a global ranking system based on how many lies a paper tell. Kinda like a snopes.com. I don't know. As long as the main revenue is ads, the "clickbaiting" will continue.
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: @Bravo: As Mynameislegion say.. it is about truth. A blogger will never have the resources to do the necessary research required by a long shot. They too are hunting for clicks. They too have no issues in publish blatant lies like Breitbart. The problem today is that traditional private media is facing the same problem. Public like BBC is not. They are funded directly from the people via a special fee just so they keep the distance from the politics. Some countries do it via taxes but have the same purpose. One somewhat trustworthy source is not enough though... There need to be a plethora of capable media to counteract the apparent mystification that are happening. The _leave campaign_ was able to seed lies while _remain_ did not.. and the result was BREXIT. The _leave campaign_ later said that they had no responsibility and did nothing wrong when suggesting these lies.
Shellbound commented on Unanimous's post: It is sadly not just US... it has happened all over the world. It is hard to say exactly what made the shift in attitude but the economical crises and the paradigm shift has a big part in it. BREXIT happen because _leave_ lied and _remain_ did not. Trump won and he must have told every lie that is. Traditional social media are built to reinforce customers own belief instead of broadening it e.t.c... It all leads up to increasing polarization.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: That means a custom made ~/xInitrc to handle multiple wm's and ```startx``` in my case.. ;) . And what errors do you get when starting Minecraft?
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: Sorry, should have given more context... but Syncloud is meant to be run from a SBC like the RPi. So if you have and extra memory card it could be worth a try. ;)
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: @Durand: In this case it will get the 0chan page and then download the picture from there... In my case it load directly as I already have that page. Maybe something for @Talnicrom so leave a suggestion to him. Still pretty awesome! I am impressed and it works exactly how I would imagine it should.
Shellbound started following Hexagon
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Antyhrabia: It depends a bit on the set up but you are right, Xfce and Lxqt are kinda similar in resource usage. Lxde is playing in it's own league though. So if you want lightness Lxde (or Openbox, Enlightenment) is the better option. It is really easy to script a solution like battery warning if that is something not supplied. I agree that SDDM is better than Lxdm. I don't really like any display manager though.
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: For you who have not heard of Zerome Plus. Check out [Talnicrom's](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1Lj1oPcN7oZQL8HkS5KbkzQuKqs42zQWY6/?Profile/1RedkCkVaXuVXrqCMpoXQS29bwaqsuFdL/19M1DT5vruSATEcbEczYRwCk2uPuLcATBa/talnicrom@zeroid.bit) page.
Shellbound commented on Talnicrom's post: An idea I have no idea if it could work... would be to integrate Riot.im (Matrix.io) functionality into Zerome/Zeronet. Riot is decentralized and have bridge support to other services.
Shellbound commented on Talnicrom's post: You made it! Awesome work! You rock!
Shellbound commented on Openuser's post: @Openuser: Yeah, he's an awesome dude! ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: A cool thing I just heard of and have not tried is Syncloud.. They should add Zeronet Riot.im to that and it would be even more awesome... but Nextcloud is pretty sweet in any case.
Shellbound commented on Openuser's post: I see the first and the last picture... awesome job. Exactly how I would have imagined it. By having clickable links people will decide themselves if they want to load the images.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: It depends what you are after.... bspwm, fluxbox, openbox, budgie, mate, gnome, plasma, lxqt, xfce, enlightenment, cinnamon, pantheon, deepin and so on... there are plenty to chose from depending on what you are after.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Antyhrabia: LXDE is lighter and if you use GTK apps it means less dependencies... LXQT is heavier than Xfce and is best used with Qt apps.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: Did you buy a RPi3 with TFT? I don't know if they have solved it yet... but a sad thing with RPi3 is that it is still only 32-bit even when the cpu support 64-bit. It is only of interest when you do heavy load like encoding a video e.t.c..
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: If you want performance then Odroid-C2 is probably a better choice. It is about double in speed, 64-bit, have SATA and eMMC support... and cost about the same. They also have Arch ARM support. http://www.hardkernel.com/main/products/prdt_info.php?g_code=G145457216438
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Wasted would be if you didn't do all those things and watched TV or something similar instead. Personally I wasted all day studying (even when I didn't have to) and had philosophical discussions. ;)
Shellbound commented on Militaryriotlab's post: If you want something super cheap then Canadian based CloudatCost is probably the cheapest i've seen... it is not for production purposes though. They take a one-time payment and then it is yours forever. For that price I really don't expect any reliability and it has crashed a couple of times for me.
Shellbound commented on Talnicrom's post: @Talnicrom: That sounds like how it should be done.. the only thing I think would be good is the clickable thing I talk about or at least make it optional in some way. And I am pretty sure this is something people would like. How it would be implemented best I have no idea.
Shellbound commented on Deadjoker's post: @Alex: Doesn't really change anything..
Shellbound commented on Talnicrom's post: @Talnicrom: Simply just something that will not burden zeronet with the extra weight.. a cdn in other words. It should still be optional for the user to cache images so they should be clickable. Like the gif's on G+ but instead of an image you only see a url. When clicked the image will load inlined in the post. As a user you could decide to only download images from people you trust. Making it a little bit more secure.
Shellbound commented on Talnicrom's post: @Talnicrom: How hard do you think it would be to have an external cdn that would be clickable to load? Something that would not necessarily be zeronet and thus have no storage requirement. It should be optional because it would probably leak the ip unless you use ipfs and similar.
Shellbound commented on Talnicrom's post: Me too.. so far you have added some excellent stuff! ;)
Shellbound commented on Lola's post: Your little peer searching little parrot was an awesome solution.. Now I get only videos that work. Much better. This hub idea pretty neat too. Would be nice if there later was a searchable index where you can find the hubs you like.
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Shellbound commented on Bwoi's post: Because even if you might just nudge them a little. It was what you could do.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: Yeah, that is true.. it is a work of art and the detail is what makes the difference. i3 is pretty quick getting into though and have good centralized documentation. It was also my first twm. It took me a week to get to know it and maybe a month to accustom to. The thing is... with a wm you never really stop working on it. You always find something new to try. ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: Yeah, the control a wm gives is super nice. Anything particular you have issues with?
Shellbound commented on Gallium's post: @Lola: The issue as I see it is not directly peers although that would indirectly make the situation better. The problem and what users visiting might not be aware of is the latency. They check the zite -> see everything is 0 peers -> close the zite and thinks it doesn't work. The absolute best solution would probably be some sort of indicator showing it is looking for peers... but just a text telling about the latency and ask them to stay would probably be enough.
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: Yes, it is damn nice! ;)
Shellbound commented on Gallium's post: @Lola: I use webtorrent-desktop as recommended and I know others do too... is the latency a webtorrent issue? Maybe you should put up a disclamer that informs people to wait a bit because of the latency?
Shellbound commented on N4h's post: Which one?
Shellbound commented on ks's post: Wow! Yeah, look at that... but then again.. it is in Sid (Debian Unstable) which is kinda rolling like Arch although less stable from the reports I've heard.
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Shellbound commented on Gallium's post: It can be a bit slow to react.. Don't know how long this latency is for others but for me it can be 10-40 seconds.
Shellbound commented on Capturts's post: Hey
Shellbound commented on ks's post: explain?
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: @Durand: Yes, I am.. it can take a minute or two before it reacts
Shellbound commented on Jerryko's post: You can also use the escape char "\\" in front of a hash.. like \\#hash
Shellbound commented on Talnicrom's post: You should have a blog where you gather all the improvements plus has
Shellbound commented on Talnicrom's post: @Flyman: Is it not "ethics" you where looking for? _" Morals define personal character, while ethics stress a social system in which those morals are applied. In other words, ethics point to standards or codes of behavior expected by the group to which the individual belongs._"
Shellbound commented on Talnicrom's post: This is awesome! Have been waiting for this feature a long time. The flow of reading post becomes a lot better this way. Great job!
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: So, how is i3 treating you?
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Ok... didn't think those kinda cards where still produced. Last time I saw one must have been around 2000. If it was tested on Windows and worked.. it do sound like a driver issue. Perhaps some 3rd party kernel module. One can find out what modules are enabled by `zcat /proc/config.gz|grep -i pcmcia` or `lsmod`. I am guessing they have already looked at this.
Shellbound commented on Kaffie's post: I mostly just stream nowadays.. I don't really listen to music much any longer. So streaming or for that matter radio covers my need plentiful. If I get time over I rather listen on a documentary or read something. If I would be in to music more I would probably go with MPD and some sort of front-end for it.
Shellbound started following Lola
Shellbound commented on Deadjoker's post: @Alex: Have you seen for instance FT Deep Dark theme for Firefox? This is just one where it completely alter the looks of Firefox. While themes on Chrome pretty much is just a change of color. In other words.. you can't make Chrome look good. Chrome makes their own standards. Because of this Chrome can be earlier on some stuff and the other implement it when it is a standard. When it comes to CSS filter it seems to be a working W3C draft so far and not a standard yet. Still it is supported in Firefox 48 onwards.
Shellbound commented on Deadjoker's post: You did! Cool! It is really nice but do lack some stuff I still require. For someone with fingers on keyboard it is really fast. I am _soooo_ close to switching fulltime myself too.
Shellbound commented on Deadjoker's post: @Alex: Vivaldi and Chrome use the same back-end engine.. so site support is the same. Chrome looks awful. I have not seen one good theme. Firefox is without doubt the best looking (after some customization). Have you seen what Vivaldi [can do](https://vivaldi.com/assets/settings-linux.jpg)? Chrome is a joke in comparison... Vivaldi is also evolving and recently got a new theming engine last month.
Shellbound started following TeddyDD
Shellbound commented on Talnicrom's post: @Talnicrom: Yeah, perhaps.. I see the biggest obstacle right now is being able to use it on multiple devices. Being able to is something people expect. As Zeronet already pretty much is a server I thought that a way of managing keys could lower the bar... and by assigning different attributes to different keys it could be simplified. Like in the case if you drop or your phone get stolen. Would be nice if you could remotely deny access to your zeronet.
Shellbound commented on Talnicrom's post: @Talnicrom: @Durand: You put too much thought in it.. the server wouldn't need more setting up than current Zeronet. Just install and you done. Then it would not be more than a button click to add or remove a device. So pretty much no difference than now.. you could run the Zeronet (zerver) on a phone too if that is what you want.
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: @TeddyDD: I prefer using only what I need and no more.. The only difference is really the configurability. In a gui you can only use what the gui provide.. sort of limiting. It is usually also slower and takes more resources. I totally get why one would want to use OBS but for my needs it is definitively over-kill. It would be like buying sand in Sahara. ;)
Shellbound commented on Talnicrom's post: @Talnicrom: Me too.. If you think about it. This is how others like Google solves it. They store the "settings page" on theirs servers though you will want to have it on your own. Then allowed devices are managed through it. The Android app only have to tell the user to install the Zeronet (zerver) on his home pc first.
Shellbound commented on Deadjoker's post: Vivaldi is the true successor of old Opera. The original creator of Opera is behind Vivaldi. Their idea is to have niche (or power user) features. Kinda like in the spirit which made old Mozilla to stand out. So Vivaldi is interesting.. but have not won me over. Firefox still support the features I require and are the lightest of the big ones so have not yet had a reason to abandon them. Palemoon was buggy and I think is not developed anymore. Qutebrowser is my absolute favorite though.. It's a "keybinding based" browser and while having a little learning curve is very effective. If it get pinned-tab support It is very possible I switch.
Shellbound commented on Talnicrom's post: @Talnicrom: I am talking as if your install of zeronet is your server.. Your "sub key" have post perm but only "master key" can make new or revoke. Your phone or tablet can request a sub key and you can allow them via the local management zite that is not WAN reachable. So you only need one instance of Zeronet installed on the local lan.
Shellbound commented on Deadjoker's post: Firefox as main and Qutebrowser as a runner up... Have been playing with Vivaldi. Opera will be sold to a Chinese VC and an online game company. Its "vpn service" was hacked in August. Would never touch it. Same with Chrome.
Shellbound commented on Talnicrom's post: hmm.. maybe what you want is a "master key" and "sub keys" for different clients/devices. Perhaps with a specific local only zite that manages the keys.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Or simply just put a fs on it... just to see if it works. That old hardware could quite possible be broken.
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: @Musickiller: Not sure what you mean? Will it direct you to the main page only? Maybe it has to download first.. for me it works anyway.
Shellbound commented on Bwoi's post: Starting to shape up really nice ;)
Shellbound commented on Johnhamelink's post: Have been using Bspwm a couple of years now.. it is really nice. I have tried other tilers but nothing have really compared. It can be a bit advanced for a beginner but is really competent and can do almost anything. * If you want a really nice command-line Reddit client I recommend **Rtv**. If you use it together with w3m you don't really need a web browser. It is that good. * If you don't like **dzen2** you also have **Yabar** which has a really clear and easy to read config. * I use **dmenu2** but will not argue about **Rofi**. It is really good. * Check out **Abduco**. It is like tmux but without all the bloat. Nice to have for stuff like Weechat.
Shellbound commented on Deadjoker's post: Ohh.. well, if you buy a new one it will be both cheaper and more powerful (Pine64, Odroid e.t.c..) ;)
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: Looks like it wasn't as good as it looked... :/ Thanks for the benchmark comparisons @nofish
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: @Nofish: Interesting.. how did you get that result? What kind of file(s) did you use for it?
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Linux boot floppies did not have filesystems before.. `tar` also worked without filesystems. I get why you would not need a filesystem on a tiny device but a 8 gb one. The little overhead would be worth it.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: It talks about the technique and tools that might help
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: @Durand: True, but I think it will need happen sooner or later.. The simple reason for this comes down to skill and it's acquiring. Automation will start taking simpler and boring tasks and gradually move up to more skillful work. Monotonous work is simpler to replace but also more multifaceted tasks will be replaced. This means the work force will have to adapt and adapt exponentially quicker as technology develops. We already spend much of our life time on education. This will have to increase as work will demand more and more skill. You will not be able to take a job without education. You can only reeducate yourself up to a limit. . If this time is in anyway comparable with the time it took for horses to disappear from our roads it will take maybe 10 years for the driver as work to do the same. There have been studies that suggest 50% of all work could be replaced in 20 years. So it will be most likely happen really quickly. . How much of this could be replaced with culture based and relation based work is hard to say. I think content creation and similar creative work like this will become a big employer. . So I think UBI will be knocking on our doors pretty soon. There are a couple of countries already trying it out.
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: @Durand: Yes, that is very true.. but when costs go down it will put pressure to also lower prices. Other are doing the same. Which mean cheaper food. Cheaper food is important to make UBI work well. UBI will not materialize alone. The automation is actually what makes UBI possible. Without the automation there wouldn't be enough pressure to introduce UBI. The automation goes hand-in-hand with UBI.
Shellbound commented on Deadjoker's post: How come?
Shellbound commented on PaintNinja's post: Yes, it works perfectly
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: The ArchWiki also had some [stuff](https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/file_recovery)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: hmm... [this](http://www.righthandtech.com/embedded-linux-managing-memory.php) looks potentially interesting.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: This do sound like a job for `dd` or rather more `ddrescue` .. but without more info I am not sure. DDG'd little and found [this](https://major.io/2010/12/14/mounting-a-raw-partition-file-made-with-dd-or-dd_rescue-in-linux/)... but no idea if it would work. Have no experience on something without a filesystem. My dept of experience goes only to rescuing pictures from flash cards e.t.c.. but all these have filesystems.
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: it might not sound like a good thing.. but it really is.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: On it.. soon. Am putting my baby girl to sleep
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: paracetamol is also a normal pain-killer and has been the household standard since forever... So it is well tested and gives pretty much no side-effects. As I said even Pregnant women can take it. ;) . But yeah, I totally get your reasoning. :)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @ks: I wanted the shell to interpret the $1 and not python.. Didn't think of that it had to be closed. You are right. Your is more proper ;)
Shellbound commented on Method-X's post: Yes, ElementaryOS is probably a good fit. It all depends on expectations though. What you are looking for. Anything Gnome based might also suit you.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Yeah, it might be useful.. but I think I prefer the zhello page. Will have to trial it a bit more though.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @weakish: You don't really need a script.. just a function in your bashrc. ;) `pc() { python -c 'print('$1')' }` ``` pc '(2*2)+4' 8 ```
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: I was of the same opinion too when I was younger.. then I just asked myself. Why have pain when I don't need to. So I use paracetamol (which is even allowed for pregnants to eat) e.t.c..
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: I don't have to either.. as I said. I only use simple maths. ;)
Shellbound started following Zanity
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @ks: No, it is just for simple maths.. which pretty much is all I need.. else `bc`is used ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: I don't have one installed either.. I just `echo $((1+1))` when I need.
Shellbound commented on Bwoi's post: @Zanity: Its a search engine..
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: I use my front page (zhello) to follow up on posts. Would be cool if convos did get an id number or something. Like on some forums. Right now it just say "someone mentioned you" and you need to remember which ones you have looked in. Thanks for that page.. will try it.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Cool! ;)
Shellbound commented on Bwoi's post: Happy to hear that ;)
Shellbound commented on Kaffie's post: As long as it involves people.. you are never safe.
Shellbound commented on Bashrc's post: It's because it is an strange idea.. ;)
Shellbound commented on Bwoi's post: Really sad to see... people just don't get how things evolve. Inventions is really just merging two old ideas to make a new. Not exactly but often. This is also how open source evolves via forking. I really wish people could work more together here on Zeronet. I see too many lone devs doing their thing. Granted it is easier. Especially early on.... but working together usually gives that extra push to make something awesome.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Drink water and take some paracetamol.. works for me every time
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Yes, that would be wise ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: Which model?
Shellbound commented on ulrichard's post: I don't blame them (or others for that matter). They do what can and as a contributor you should know the risks. For me the importance is to forward open source and if that means I lose some dollars in the process.. I am fine with it.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: * Sorry, missed your comments here... It is not recommended as you might miss important messages from a package. I overcome this by using `pachist` and read it after when everything is done. * Yes, it does.. explain in the other post... by using keybase-bin.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: It does.. it is called libinput (previously evdev). Touchpad and touchpad is different though. You also have the synaptics driver.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: They are in the AUR.. You can do `pacaur -Ss steam native` if you want to search.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Because it is a AUR helper and they will never be allowed into core... if you do a `pacaur -Sii cower` you will see that the maintainer is 'falconindy'. He is one of the main devs for Arch.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Did you read [Steam/Troubleshooting](https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Steam/Troubleshooting)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: What I do is to install `steam-native` and `steam-libs` too.. you will need to enable multilib in /etc/pacman.conf to allow for lib32 packages. Just uncomment the two lines.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Yes, it uses a 3rd-party key so you will have to add that to your trusted.. You have the normal [Adding_unofficial_keys](https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Pacman/Package_signing#Adding_unofficial_keys) or the lazy way by using `apacman` who will handle it automatically.
Shellbound commented on Bashrc's post: Yes, it has some strange moments but over-all very watchable. When a show mentions Gnome/KDE you know it is. ;)
Shellbound commented on ks's post: @Musickiller: Yes, it will come with full package... to see where `pacaur -Ql keybase-bin`. Basically what you do is run `run_keybase` and then you should have /keybase/{private,public}. If not you can check with `keybase status` if kbfs is running. The app will be found in /opt/keybase/Keybase.
Shellbound commented on ks's post: This is what is said on keybase download page... Note: a community/keybase package exists but is currently command line only. If you want the full Keybase experience: yaourt -S keybase-bin Which if I don't recollect wrong is a officially supported package. It is maintained by keybase in other words.
Shellbound commented on Kaffie's post: @Sirenyc: Yes, now I have got one of the two I am trying to dl.
Shellbound commented on Kaffie's post: @Sirenyc: I am using Firefox and am trying to seed right now... but it is often the site have 0 peers on every video. Maybe it is just glitchy like @Kaffie suggested.
Shellbound commented on Kaffie's post: Everything is just 0 peers...
Shellbound commented on Rapapobre's post: @Rapapobre: WHAT YOU ARE DOING IS SIMILAR TO WHEN SOMEONE ONLY WRITE WITH CAPS.... It is not a moral thing it is just decency. No one can stop you from doing it.. we can only point out what we feel are better ways of doing it. I hope you take our suggestions under consideration... no hard feelings ;)
Shellbound commented on Rapapobre's post: @Jayofthezero: It is not only your opinion.. I by the way wish @nofish ended the automatic "hello" on every registered user for the same reason. There is very little point to them. @Rapapobre: Just do as Jay suggested. Everyone would be happier about it. It is seriously cool if you want to share a torrent now and then.. but not all the time. Make a blog. At least learn how to beautify the linking. A long url like that makes it even worse. You can read about formatting at [ZeroWiki - Text Formatting]( http://127.0.0.1:43110/138R53t3ZW7KDfSfxVpWUsMXgwUnsDNXLP/?Page:zerowikiformat).
Shellbound commented on K99's post: Lola
Shellbound commented on Kaffie's post: @Sirenyc: Oh, it's working.. a bit choppy but working now. Thanks!
Shellbound commented on Kaffie's post: @Sirenyc: The Portuguese one? I am on Firefox and have a 100 mbit line.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: I lied.. I actually have `pacaur -Syu --devel --needed --noedit --noconfirm` and run `!ful && pachist 60` when I want to upgrade. So i start the upgrade, do something else and later switch back to that workspace to see the result. This is lazy and really not recommended.. ;D
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: Oh.. and to upgrade everything you need to add `--devel` when using pacaur. It will also update VCS packages like those ending with `-git`. A `pacaur -Syu --devel --needed` will upgrade everything but not reinstall packages already up-to-date. I have it in an alias.. `alias fullup='pacaur -Syu --devel --needed'` so I only have to do `!ful` when I want to make a full upgrade.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: I have played that too... you could actually just go to their webpage and not install anything ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @ks: Did you just copy it? You shouldn't do like that. It would be like installing source packages (tar.gz). Very hard to maintain and likely to cause problems later. @Musickiller: I installed keybase-git from AUR. Mostly because it was very new back when I started with keybase and a stable package didn't exist. I changed to the stable package now.
Shellbound commented on Kaffie's post: No one seems to be working.. it just sits and loading.
Shellbound commented on Nofish's post: _This_ `will` be **fun!**
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @weakish: It uses a touch friendly interface.. like the settings widget and big buttons. Nothing you normally find in a terminal. Why odd. ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Ohh.. yeah. Should have thought of that. ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: dpkg? Why the debian tool? What did you mean with nvidia? Here is a little story about [Zen Kernel](https://github.com/zen-kernel/zen-kernel/issues/30#issuecomment-142787936). You can find other kernels at [ArchWiki Kernels](https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Kernels). BFQ stands for "Budget Fair Queue" a proper disk scheduler optimized for desktop usage, high throughput and low latency.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Only if you think you'll want to compile it... there are other kernels to chose from too. Like `linux-zen` which among other things use the BFQ scheduler.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: ohh.. and install the `linux-lts` kernel so that you have two. Not that it ever happens but I have seen people get a corrupt kernel. If you have a second you can simply chose it instead when booting an then reinstall the other kernel. Else you would have to arch-chroot to fix it.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: Same thing there.. if that is what you want it is just as good. I like `pacman -U` as it is fewer letters. It is also what you generally use to install compiled packages. Like the ones I told you about in the package cache.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: What ever floats your boat. Just so you have something organized and not dispersed all over the system. ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: yes
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: ohh.. and all packages you install with Pacman will be put in /var/cache/pacman/pkg/. Which makes it easy if you want to roll back a version. Good if you get an upgrade that is buggy. It will require some management though.. in that you should run `paccache -r` from time to time. Packages installed with Pacaur will be stored in ~/.cache/pacaur unless you change it.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: A tip is to make a directory called ~/Build or something.. where you store all your pkgbuilds. You can fetch pkgbuilds easy with `cower -d <package>`, `cd` to dir and `makepkg`. To install you can use `pacman -U <package>.tar.xz`... or a helper for that matter.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: DO NOT EVER! Build packages as root.. also do not use Yaourt. Use Pacaur as a helper. https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/AUR_helpers#Comparison_table
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: That is odd.. well, nice it is working anyway ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: oh.. yeah, reposting would be nice. It would improve the reach of posts.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: So when did you have the "fan problem" ?
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Cool! Could be that Gnome requires hardware accel when a WM generally don't. ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: You mean [code] format support in comments? ;D
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: The path to the command line is often both long and full of obstacles.. no one does it in one day. Like a zen monk.. it requires endurance. ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Terminology is kinda cool because of the image and video support. It is part of Tizen if I don't remember wrong. Why it seems a bit odd. Personally I just use rxvt-unicode and have w3m giving me image support.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: Nothing is really part of a wm.. you either need to install the support or script it. Like compton for compositing. ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: +1
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: What I meant is that there are a lot of gui options for scp if that is what you want.. I also found a rsync one called Syncopoli. Personally I don't do apps at all though.. I just pop up a terminal on my desktop and move files to and from the phone from there. ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: I am actually quite happy for the lack of that support.. it is in the pipe though and will come eventually. When, I don't know.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Don't forget about ssh and scp ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: You can link to https://ptpb.pw sleep 3 && scrot ~/Pictures/scrots/'scrot_%Y%m%d-%H%M%S_$wx$h.png' -e 'curl -F c=@$f https://ptpb.pw/' ..will take a screenshot and print the url for you in your terminal. I generally just use 'pb' as alias though.. pb ~/Pictures/scrots/scrot_20160819-002541_705x834.png
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: What is up with dmenu? Did you perhaps forget to install it?
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: QuickSSHd looks like it could be a good client on Android.. haven't tried it though.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: You sure can and should.. as it will be more verbose than a comment here... but you simply use 'scp' and then the path depending on you want to fetch or send from client or server. Scp is part of the openssh package. scp -P 12345 /path/to/file user@192.168.1.10:"/path" scp -P 12345 user@192.168.1.10:"/path/to/file" /path/to/store/ The utility is pretty much borderless.. you can do almost anything.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: If it just about moving a file or similar.. then https://transfer.sh or https://ptpb.pw should do it. You could even script your own client and have it gpg encrypted and xz compressed.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Mpv! It is a fork of Mplayer2 which was a fork of Mplayer. I don't do music but know those who do use Mpd + front-end. I have occasionally also used ffmpeg's play. FFmpeg is a pretty marvelous software. I do my screen capture and conversions with it. Unison is a good app.. rsync is another. This depends a lot of what you want to do. Personally I generally just use SSH.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: That is pretty awesome! There are also "forks" out there. ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: symlinking doesn't use any extra space.. it is just another route to the node. ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: The most popular non-vt100 right now is probably rxvt-unicode. It is light, configurable and have a daemon mode. Some people find it cumbersome to get decent font rendering working with it. Many of those have gone with Termite. Termite is really good but a bit heavy for my taste. Terminator is probably the most heavy out there though. Another light one is St. If you are multilingual and need dualwight fonts.. then mlterm might be for you. I know you said you didn't like it.. but Xterm is always a good backup. If you feel hipster maybe Terminix or for that matter Terminology could be something.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: ohh.. and the accompanying tools is almost as important as the tiler itself. Like Rtv, w3m, Ranger, dmenu, rofi, feh, compton. Which terminal... should you go with the configurable and light rxvt-unicode or will it be vt100 compatible termite even when it is heavier.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: There is pretty much a tiling wm for every language out there.. I prefer the shell based ones (i3wm,herbstluft,bspwm etc..) Have not had any desire to learn another language like haskell or lua. A good resource on the subject is https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Window_manager .
Shellbound commented on Deadjoker's post: @Scrub: This ( http://news.softpedia.com/news/remix-os-has-eula-that-asks-users-to-waive-rights-to-all-user-content-498848.shtml ) makes RemixOS a big no-no... not only this but also that it uses Android.
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: @Nofish: That would be awesome! Maybe a lighter version could be used. One that only support url, bold, italic and code.
Shellbound commented on Mynameislegion's post: ohh... and the UX is more user friendly than Android. The apps are not all as comparable in quality though. I do however mostly run native apps. For me they are good enough.
Shellbound commented on Mynameislegion's post: Really good actually.. as you can run Android apps on it. The Jolla is starting to get aged though so it might be better if you could get your hands on an Jolla C or Intex with SailfishOS. There are also several ports for Android phones you could flash but it will not come with the Alien Dalvik (apk) support. There where talks about support for Yotaphone and Fairphone2. Not sure how that went.
Shellbound commented on Mynameislegion's post: I own a Jolla with SailfishOS and would recommend it.. I doubt Ubuntu Phone has reached the same maturity as SailfishOS. I can not tell (except from reviews I have seen) as I have not tried it myself. Jolla is made by previous Nokia employees.
Shellbound commented on Deadjoker's post: @Mynameislegion: Well, there are alternatives like Tizen, Ubuntu Touch and SailfishOS. I personally own a Jolla that runs SailfishOS. The nice thing with it is that is runs on desktop technology like Wayland, systemd and pulseaudio. It works really well and have Android support if it is needed.
Shellbound commented on Deadjoker's post: The amount of work you have to put down to get a kernel like the one in Linux, BSD, Illumos or Windows is enormous. Mac is using the BSD and ChromeOS/Android is Linux. No one would be that crazy. Especially when Linux, BSD and Illumos are open source. Today I think Linux is the one with the biggest momentum.. so a new OS would more than likely to be based on it. So the question is really... why? Why do you wish this? The amount of choice of Linux is staggering already. What do you hope will be accomplished?
Shellbound commented on Beelzebub's post: Cook a sucker?
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: You might need to do that magic with the xorg conf after all.. ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: You could do something similar to 'tail /sys/class/thermal/*/{type,cur_state}' if you need to check.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: could be the graphic card too.. do you see which fans are running?
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: @Testset: It already has... a pretty big outcry. It will also not be as easy to just link new users to the wiki as the explanation they need might not be there. I have checked the installation guide discussion page and if the things there is implemented it might just be enough.
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Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Sound like an issue with ACPI..
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: In all honesty... you are doing it as it should be done... and this last install took you just about an hour. Also check out the 'arch-wiki-lite' package I told you about before. Really nice to not have to use a browser.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: Not so strange actually.. a driver is part of the core machinery. A faulty driver will be like a faulty clog.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Isn't it suggestion you to test first and then if it doesn't work good.. do the configuring?
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @GomZik: If I calculate correct he only used ~1 hour to install this time... ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Yes, one of the benefits of the beginner guide was how it was not just a man page... something the "new" one fails at. It will probably improve. Especially after the critique that has been. I also see it being discussed in the install guide discussion page.
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Shellbound commented on Lola's post: Never heard of it before.. Interesting..
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Hahahaha! Awesome!
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: Try to avoid using capitalized variables in shell scripting.. You could accidentally replace an already existing environment variable.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: You neither need Zfs nor LVM.... Just keep it simple. ;)
Shellbound commented on ks's post: In total agreement with @P2P .. posts shouldn't be deleted permanently but instead auto-archived locally per user.. sharing only the last couple of weeks.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: If the site say you should use 340xx then that is what you need to set up. If you try nvidia it will bork you machine... you can alway arch-chroot it and select the right packages to fix this. No real need of a re-install.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: unzip; strip; touch; grep; finger; mount; fsck; more; yes; umount; sleep
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: @Sirenyc: +1
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: @Dergatt: @Emeraude: Well, I hope they fix the install guide and make it more beginner friendly.. I too generally just use the install guide as it is more concise. I value the importance of a resource Beginner guide was though.
Shellbound commented on Execin's post: @ExeciN: This is the one I followed.. http://127.0.0.1:43110/blog.kaffie.bit/?Post:25:How+to+change+your+ZeroMe+Hub&
Shellbound commented on Deadjoker's post: If you want power I would consider getting a Odroid-C2 (about double RPi3 and gigabit ethernet) which cost about the same. A Pine64 would also be interesting because of it's price. Which to get probably depends on shipment prices though.
Shellbound commented on Deadjoker's post: Why a RPi2 and not RPi3 or even better a SBC which have gigabit ethernet? I can't see why it wouldn't be able to handle a simple forums site.
Shellbound commented on Shellbound's post: @Musickiller: Well, the install guide will surely improve. It has to. It is sub-par at this point. The thing that made the Beginners Guide so good was its examples and explanations. Not like the current "mount" section where it just links to mounts man page. I would not be confident in sending a new user to it.
Shellbound commented on Execin's post: @ExeciN: I can not confirm this but you might have had a similar issue as I. I also seeded all the other hubs and to do so I "visited" them. That resulted in a new user on that hub in the case of the Green and Kaffies at least. I didn't notice any issues so continued until the Nfinity which was my hub of origin bellied up. At this point I tried to migrate but it ultimately failed. I copied my user data, then deleted all hubs and recreated on Kaffies. I think everything is as it should again.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: I actually did a similar thing. I was using Gnome at the time and thought I try terminator. Felt the tiling was really working for me and as I had already gone over to many terminal based applications it was only natural to do a tiling wm. I started with i3 and then moved on to some of the others and finally landed with Bspwm. With a tiling wm it doesn't stop with just the tiling.. you are able to hand fit every component to your likening.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: Could be to force customers and charge extra for certain services... but if so you should be able to proxy your way through it. It can't be that they only allow port 80 and 8080. There surely must be more open.
Shellbound commented on Syph's post: The objective of being on a social network like ZeroMe is to be social with others. ;D
Shellbound commented on Syph's post: Being social? ;)
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: I have a package in AUR that makes it easy to see what you have installed.. it is called 'pachist-git' .. Can be good if you want to clean house a bit.
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: You could also try a 'memmap=2M\\\$0M'
Shellbound commented on Musickiller's post: @Musickiller: I am no expert neither.. but I find it peculiar that you have no access from outside.
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Idiot. Love GNU/Linux, KDE, Qt, Free / Libre / Open Source Software, Python, Pirate Party, ZeroNet and other awesome technologies, ideas, projects and software that respect our rights, freedom, privacy and anonimity. There is no meaning of life. Links: -[ My main ZeroSite](http://127.0.0.1:43110/ZAlex.bit/) -[ ZeroMail](http://127.0.0.1:43110/Mail.ZeroNetwork.bit/?to=zalex@zeroid.bit) -[ ClearNet site](http://zausoft.ru) -[ E-Mail](mailto:zalex@zausoft.org)
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Is developing a paranoid protocol for anonymous wireless communications, [aDTN](../18USGqZSWppp9zdvwsD1oauq2UMuA3CFUC) Likes decentralization, anonymity, wireless/mesh networks, FOSS, unconditional basic income and goats Practices Aikido, is learning Japanese, and enjoys drawing/painting
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Privacy, politics and raspberry pies. [The Snowden Files](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1DaXkbpBN7d9h78T5mjB2gTV9Ui46Bjwcv) [Wikileaks Torrents](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1BXLnSBQrCamckJfJoTfyyvpYXTvWy6rts/) [Offshore Leaks DataBase](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1A3o3DnncsAGJoSQfpErDyX39Gz5TS8H87/) [Prism-Break Mirror](http://127.0.0.1:43110/1Br4MT7PgsRET2APJkbhqqoxwL1CqcCFxh)
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I am an Arch Linux user and generally a fan of all things open source. I use Bspwm on my desktop.
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a vigorously lazy deadbeat with matured immaturity **Zites** [SetupList](/setuplist.0web.bit) **Clearnet** [mmap.page](https://mmap.page) **License** Permission to use, copy, modify, and/or distribute all my posts and comments at ZeroMe for any purpose with or without fee is hereby granted.
Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Jan 23, 2017

ZeroWiki - Formatting with Markdown (znet)

More people should really take time to learn how to markdown. I see many posts on ZeroMe who would do good with it. Especially the part about links. ;)

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Jan 22, 2017

Arch Linux - Best distro ever? (http) and

Optimizing linux for slow computers (http)

Two really worth while reads...

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Jan 04, 2017

If you fancy an ip geolocator.. I made this function for my ~/.zshrc and thought was kinda useful.

who_where () {
        wget -q -O - "http://ip-api.com/csv/$1?fields=262143" | \
        awk -F',' '{print "City: "$6", "$5"\nCountry: "$2"\nIP-number: "$17" / "$11"\nMobile/Proxy: "$15" / "$16"\nPosition: "$8", "$9}' | \
        sed 's/"//g'
}

$ who_where <ip-number to look up>

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Jan 03, 2017

This was pretty cool! My connection went down and will be down today. Thanks to Zeronet I still have some ability to surf the web. Noted that nothing will be posted until I get uplink again.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Dec 17, 2016

ZeroNet Dark Theme (http)

If you like it a little bit darker. Then this Stylish theme is for you. Really great job of @binchan2. Here is the ZeroTalk post.

![Image of how it looks](https://userstyles.org/style_screenshots/136470_after.png?r=1481933171)
(click to view)

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Dec 17, 2016Reply

@ZAlex: I use ZeroMePlus and it doesn't seem to be added (yet?)... so I use the one supported by plus. I also actually like the ZeroMePlus solution better as it doesn't steal screen estate unless I want it too and of course that I can order the subpost chronologically.

ZAlex · zalex@zeroid.biton Dec 17, 2016Reply

Offtop: why don't use native ZeroMe Images?

Rapapobre · rapapobre@zeroid.biton Dec 17, 2016Reply

wow! NICE!

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Nov 13, 2016

How technology disrupted the truth(http)

If you read only one thing this week.. then this should be it.

This is mainly the case of private funded media as public funded uses a different model. I am really happy to have public funded in this day of age. It is not even close enough though.

People should also take a more closer look at services like DuckDuckGo and the decentralized internet Zeronet. It might be slightly inconvenient but the alternative is worse.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Nov 16, 2016Reply

@Mynameislegion: Yes, that is very true... but sadly it would almost be impossible. Unless you want to weaken the freedom of the press which I don't think you'd want. Maybe there could be a global ranking system based on how many lies a paper tell. Kinda like a snopes.com. I don't know. As long as the main revenue is ads, the "clickbaiting" will continue.

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Nov 15, 2016Reply

@Shellbound: Brexit was not just the result of wrong claims made by the leave campaign - corporate media such as the Daily Mail & Sun spread lies about the EU for decades until people started accepting them as truth. In comparison with other countries Britain has a very strong right wing press. And this example highlights one of the issues: big media organisations which are very influential on public opinion must be held accountable for misinformation/fearmongering. It is unbelievable that the punishment for printing a big fat lie on the front page and is an apology in small print on the last page a few weeks later. If you want "good" journalism in the free market, then the penalties for bad journalism must exceed the profits that can be gained from "clickbait".

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Nov 14, 2016Reply

@Bravo: As Mynameislegion say.. it is about truth. A blogger will never have the resources to do the necessary research required by a long shot. They too are hunting for clicks. They too have no issues in publish blatant lies like Breitbart. The problem today is that traditional private media is facing the same problem. Public like BBC is not. They are funded directly from the people via a special fee just so they keep the distance from the politics. Some countries do it via taxes but have the same purpose. One somewhat trustworthy source is not enough though... There need to be a plethora of capable media to counteract the apparent mystification that are happening. The leave campaign was able to seed lies while remain did not.. and the result was BREXIT. The leave campaign later said that they had no responsibility and did nothing wrong when suggesting these lies.

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Nov 14, 2016Reply

@Bravo: No matter if corporate, blog or twitter - the big question is how "truth" can be defined?
Is something true, just because it sounds convincing, is shared by a person you respect, gets repeated a thousand times, matches your personal experiences or the majority accepts it as truthful?
In my opinion, human thought is nonobjective and therefore every piece of journalism is coloured by the bias of its writer. With that in mind, I would say that it makes sense to mix all possible news sources and see the "big picture".
One site I can recommend is the https://theintercept.com/
Also I think Wikileak's concept is interesting - just publish the source and cut out the "man in the middle".

Bravo · bravo@zeroid.biton Nov 14, 2016Reply

Public is just as bad as private if not worse. Quit reading the Guardian, or any mainstream media. Have you not read the wikileak emails, they are working directly for the governments or rich Isreali Americans as propaganda arms although slightly less than public media.

For my media, I read blogs and social media. Twitter is great, any big news organization manipulates their reporters and they are not free. I prefer the information straight from the people. You can find a lot of great material searching wordpress blogs and then rssing them. They are as good if not better than most "respectable" reporting.

This article and many others like it are just angry that the "media" lost control of the narrative and that people have direct access and power to report their own stories. Information no longer has to go via a institutional filter.

Why should anyone trust them or value their opinion when their track record this year has been deplorable?

Mynameislegion · mynameislegion@zeroid.biton Nov 14, 2016Reply

I agree that this is an issue - what do you mean by "public funded"? Often public-funded means government-funded what is e.g. the BBC in the UK. If an outlet is government-funded, it will always portray the government positively in order to secure funds. The problem is, that ZeroNet and duckduckgo are for nerds - people won't leave their walled gardens until shit hits the fan.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Oct 15, 2016

Testing the latest #ZeroMePlus feature...

![Screenshot of my desktop](http://127.0.0.1:43110/0chan.bit/data/users/1H1SHzxnPJS3hBbKvfXLqf4QJnXEUgaVe9/23f4c87373f54e6591ff85b22da34d89.jpg)
(click to view)

Alex (Bwoi) · bwoi@zeroid.biton Oct 21, 2016Reply

Now, implement emojis?
Sexy desktop :ok_hand:

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Oct 17, 2016Reply

@Durand: In this case it will get the 0chan page and then download the picture from there... In my case it load directly as I already have that page. Maybe something for @Talnicrom so leave a suggestion to him. Still pretty awesome! I am impressed and it works exactly how I would imagine it should.

Durand · dldx@zeroid.biton Oct 17, 2016Reply

Yay, it works! Although I guess there needs to be a loading spinner because for a few seconds, I was confused about what it was supposed to do.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Oct 15, 2016Reply

For you who have not heard of Zerome Plus. Check out Talnicrom's page.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 19, 2016

Wanted to try the awesome ZeroTube service by uploading a really nice rice by fs0ciety. I just love the color scheme and Bspwm is a really nice tiler. Go check it out!

A beautiful Bspwm rice by fs0ciety

#zerotube #rice #tilingwm #linux

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 21, 2016Reply

Yes, it is damn nice! ;)

Durand · dldx@zeroid.biton Sep 21, 2016Reply

@Shellbound: Yeah, it works now :) Pretty cool wm!

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 20, 2016Reply

@Durand: Yes, I am.. it can take a minute or two before it reacts

Durand · dldx@zeroid.biton Sep 19, 2016Reply

Are you seeding that video? Because it doesn't work.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 11, 2016

Linux Security Summit Videos (http)

Thank you for your interest in the recorded sessions from Linux Security Summit 2016! View all 19 sessions from the event below.

  • Keynote: Inside the Mind of a Coccinelle Programmer by Julia Lawall, Inria
  • The State of Kernel Self Protection Project by Kees Cook, Google
  • Towards Measured Boot Out of the Box by Matthew Garrett, CoreOS
  • On the Way to Safe Containers by Stephane Graber, Canonical
  • AppArmor by John Johansen, Canonical
  • Current State of Kernel Audit and Linux Namespaces, Looking Ahead to Containers by Richard Guy Briggs, Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
  • AMD x86 Memory Encryption Technologies by David Kaplan, AMD
  • Securing Filesystem Images for Unprivileged Containers by James Bottomley, IBM
  • Smack in 2016 by Casey Schaufler, The Smack Project
  • Integrity by Mimi Zohar, IBM
  • SELinux by Paul Moore, Red Hat
  • Seecomp by Kees Cook, Google
  • Design and Implementation of a Security Architecture for Critical Infrastructure Industrial by David Safford, General Electric's Global Research Center (GRC)
  • Android: Protecting the Kernel by Jeffrey Vander Stoep, Google
  • Opportunistic Encryption Using IPsec by Paul Wouters, Libreswan IPsec VPN Project
  • (Ab)using Linux as a Trusted Bootloader by Eric Richter, IBM
  • Integrity Protection and Access Control - Who Do You Trust? by Glenn Wurster, Blackberry
  • Minijail: Running Untrusted Programs Safely by Jorge Lucangeli Obes, Google
  • TPM by Jarkko Sakkinen, Intel
Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 06, 2016
Musickiller · musickiller@zeroid.biton Sep 07, 2016Reply

@Shellbound: yup. main page.
now it's ok for me too though =)

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 06, 2016Reply

@Musickiller: Not sure what you mean? Will it direct you to the main page only? Maybe it has to download first.. for me it works anyway.

Musickiller · musickiller@zeroid.biton Sep 06, 2016Reply

that does not lead to any specific pool.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 06, 2016

Simple screen recording without fuzz

I do screen recordings from time to time. Just if I want to show something and similar purposes. Usually nothing fancy. For this I feel there is really no need to expressly install a screen recorder. I already have FFMpeg so why would I need one? I simply have this little function in my ~/zshrc.

# Make screencast or convert to yt
ffsc () {

vid_name="$HOME/Videos/Screencasts/screencast_$(date +'%y%m%d-%H%M%S')"

    case $1 in
        sc) ffmpeg -f x11grab -s 1920x1080 -i $DISPLAY -r 30 -f alsa -i default -preset ultrafast \
        -c:v ffvhuff -c:a flac ${vid_name}.mkv
        echo
        echo "- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -"
        echo "Output file name: ${vid_name}.mkv"
        echo "- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -"
        echo
        ;;
        yt) ffmpeg -i $2 -c:v libx264 -crf 18 -preset slow -pix_fmt rgb24 -c:a copy ${2/scr/yt_scr}
        ;;
    esac
}

To use it I run ffsc sc which will give me a pretty good quality video. It is however a bit large for sharing so I then use ffsc yt [paste filename] to re-encode it to a bit more Youtube friendly quality and size.

TeddyDD · teddydd@zeroid.biton Sep 10, 2016Reply

@Shellbound: Definitely :) It's elegant, simple solution, trully *nix way.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 10, 2016Reply

@TeddyDD: I prefer using only what I need and no more.. The only difference is really the configurability. In a gui you can only use what the gui provide.. sort of limiting. It is usually also slower and takes more resources. I totally get why one would want to use OBS but for my needs it is definitively over-kill. It would be like buying sand in Sahara. ;)

TeddyDD · teddydd@zeroid.biton Sep 10, 2016Reply

I admire this hacky way but I prefer OBS and Peek (for GIFs) :)

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 05, 2016

Zstandard - a real-time compression algorithm

"Zstandard is a real-time compression algorithm, providing high compression ratios. It offers a very wide range of compression / speed trade-off, while being backed by a very fast decoder (see benchmarks below). It also offers a special mode for small data, called dictionary compression, and can create dictionaries from any sample set. Zstandard library is provided as open source software using a BSD license."

Name Ratio C.speed D.speed
MB/s MB/s
zstd 0.7.0 -1 2.877 325 930
zlib 1.2.8 -1 2.730 95 360
brotli -0 2.708 220 430
QuickLZ 1.5 2.237 510 605
LZO 2.09 2.106 610 870
LZ4 r131 2.101 620 3100
Snappy 1.1.3 2.091 480 1600
LZF 3.6 2.077 375 790
Nofish · nofish@zeroid.biton Sep 05, 2016Reply

@Zanity: There is no compression currently

Zanity · zanity@zeroid.biton Sep 05, 2016Reply

Which compression method is ZeroNet currently using?

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 05, 2016Reply

Looks like it wasn't as good as it looked... :/ Thanks for the benchmark comparisons @nofish

Nofish · nofish@zeroid.biton Sep 05, 2016Reply

@Shellbound: it's a standard content.json with 12 000 files (so lots of hashes), another results using my current data.json file on ZeroTalk:

Original    Compress    280.69KB    Decompress
Zlib        0.016s      96.69KB        0.002s
Gzip        0.020s      95.90KB        0.002s
Deflate     0.019s      95.86KB        0.002s
Bz2         0.039s      75.80KB        0.014s
Lzma        0.170s      78.83KB        0.007s
Bro/1       0.006s      94.29KB        0.002s
Bro/3       0.008s      92.20KB        0.002s
Bro/10      0.973s      75.32KB        0.002s
Zstd/1      0.005s      100.94KB       0.004s
Zstd/3      0.012s      92.07KB        0.007s
Zstd/19     0.350s      81.64KB        0.034s
Zstd/21     0.476s      81.60KB        0.038s
Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 05, 2016Reply

@Nofish: Interesting.. how did you get that result? What kind of file(s) did you use for it?

Nofish · nofish@zeroid.biton Sep 05, 2016Reply

My results:

Original    Compress    1874.51KB    Decompress
Zlib        0.071s      558.68KB    0.010s
Gzip        0.131s      547.09KB    0.012s
Deflate     0.129s      547.04KB    0.010s
Bz2         0.299s      482.88KB    0.108s
Lzma        1.343s      455.77KB    0.058s
Bro/1       0.031s      506.78KB    0.011s
Bro/3       0.049s      502.25KB    0.011s
Bro/10      8.307s      438.01KB    0.013s
Zstd/1      0.017s      502.58KB    0.010s
Zstd/3      0.058s      521.81KB    0.024s
Zstd/19     2.939s      465.31KB    0.121s
PaintNinja · paintninja@zeroid.biton Sep 05, 2016Reply

What is the benefit of using zstd 0.7.0 over LZ4 HC mode?

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 04, 2016

Walmart is cutting 7000 jobs due to automation

"The clairvoyant folks over at the World Economic Forum warned of a "Fourth Industrial Revolution" involving the rise of the machine in the workforce, and the latest company to lend credence to that claim is none other than Walmart, which is planning on cutting 7,000 jobs on account of automation. But the Walmart decision may be a bit more alarming for those in the workforce. As the Wall Street Journal reports (Warning: may be paywalled), the most concerning aspect of America's largest private employer might be that the eliminated positions are largely in the accounting and invoicing sectors of the company. These jobs are typically held by some of the longest tenured employees, who also happen to take home higher hourly wages. Now, those coveted positions are being automated. The Journal reports that beginning in 2017, much of this work will be addressed by "a central office or new money-counting 'cash recycler' machines in stores." Earlier this year, the company tested this change across some 500 locations. "We've seen many make smooth transitions during the pilot," said Deisha Barnett, a Walmart spokeswoman."

Durand · dldx@zeroid.biton Sep 06, 2016Reply

@Shellbound: Fingers crossed then!

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 05, 2016Reply

@Durand: True, but I think it will need happen sooner or later.. The simple reason for this comes down to skill and it's acquiring. Automation will start taking simpler and boring tasks and gradually move up to more skillful work. Monotonous work is simpler to replace but also more multifaceted tasks will be replaced. This means the work force will have to adapt and adapt exponentially quicker as technology develops. We already spend much of our life time on education. This will have to increase as work will demand more and more skill. You will not be able to take a job without education. You can only reeducate yourself up to a limit.
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If this time is in anyway comparable with the time it took for horses to disappear from our roads it will take maybe 10 years for the driver as work to do the same. There have been studies that suggest 50% of all work could be replaced in 20 years. So it will be most likely happen really quickly.
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How much of this could be replaced with culture based and relation based work is hard to say. I think content creation and similar creative work like this will become a big employer.
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So I think UBI will be knocking on our doors pretty soon. There are a couple of countries already trying it out.

Durand · dldx@zeroid.biton Sep 05, 2016Reply

I think you're a bit too optimistic. Automation doesn't make UBI happen, it just makes it a necessity. We still have to fight to get UBI - it's difficult enough to raise the minimum wage..

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 05, 2016Reply

@Durand: Yes, that is very true.. but when costs go down it will put pressure to also lower prices. Other are doing the same. Which mean cheaper food. Cheaper food is important to make UBI work well. UBI will not materialize alone. The automation is actually what makes UBI possible. Without the automation there wouldn't be enough pressure to introduce UBI. The automation goes hand-in-hand with UBI.

Durand · dldx@zeroid.biton Sep 04, 2016Reply

@Shellbound: How is it a good thing that Walmart is removing high wage jobs? It makes them an even bigger leech on the American tax payer than they were before. Automation is only good for society if society reaps the benefits and in many cases, that is not happening. We need universal basic income.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Sep 04, 2016Reply

it might not sound like a good thing.. but it really is.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 26, 2016

Updated the wiki a bit... ZeroWiki - Zero Formatting. Good read if you want to beautify your posts.. sadly doesn't work in comments (yet) though.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 26, 2016Reply

@Nofish: That would be awesome! Maybe a lighter version could be used. One that only support url, bold, italic and code.

Nofish · nofish@zeroid.biton Aug 26, 2016Reply

If there is demand for it it could be possible to enable it on comments

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016
Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016

The Beginner's Guide has been removed from the Wiki(http)

Wow! Looks like Arch Linux just got a little bit harder to install. They decided to purge the Beginners Guide and instead rely fully on the Installation Guide. A move I personally think will back fire.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016Reply

@Testset: It already has... a pretty big outcry. It will also not be as easy to just link new users to the wiki as the explanation they need might not be there. I have checked the installation guide discussion page and if the things there is implemented it might just be enough.

Testset · testset@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016Reply

I'm not sure it will back fire. Arch Linux's target audience should be able to deal with it.
This quote is from their FAQ:
"You may not want to use Arch, if you do not have the ability/time/desire for a 'do-it-yourself' GNU/Linux distribution."
Anyway, if the installation guide is clear, complete and beginner friendly enough, then it is probably better to have only one guide than two.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016Reply

@Dergatt: @Emeraude: Well, I hope they fix the install guide and make it more beginner friendly.. I too generally just use the install guide as it is more concise. I value the importance of a resource Beginner guide was though.

Emeraude · erneraude@zeroid.biton Aug 25, 2016Reply

I didn't even know there were a beginner's guide. I've been using the Installation Guide each time I had to install it.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016Reply

@Musickiller: Well, the install guide will surely improve. It has to. It is sub-par at this point. The thing that made the Beginners Guide so good was its examples and explanations. Not like the current "mount" section where it just links to mounts man page. I would not be confident in sending a new user to it.

Musickiller · musickiller@zeroid.biton Aug 24, 2016Reply

agree... God.. I would not be able to install Arch without the guide. It was a great help! I think that now I can do the install on my own, but the guide was a great boost for me.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 20, 2016

This Infinity hub thing really fucked me over.. Tried @Kaffie's thing but couldn't make it work so decided to remove all hubs and redo everything. So you who followed me will need to re-follow me.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 20, 2016Reply

@Kaffie: No, I was on infinity and then switched.. and as long it only sits there I have no issues with it. As long as it doesn't interfere with they newer stuff I am fine. ;)

Kaffie · kaffie@zeroid.biton Aug 20, 2016Reply

@Shellbound: Unfortunately that doesn't help resolve glitches. It just fixes problems on your own end. The data is still mixed up until you sign/publish everything. Did you start on Kaffie Hub and then try to migrate to infinity hub? Either way, as of the time that I wrote my previous comment, your stuff was still mixed up. I mean, nothing wrong will happen if you leave it like that, but obviously the older stuff will remain glitchy until you fix it.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 20, 2016Reply

@Kaffie: Yeah, I probably missed a step or two.. What I ended up doing was to delete all hubs, copied back the user folder to your hub and restart zeronet.

Kaffie · kaffie@zeroid.biton Aug 20, 2016Reply

Hmm... It looks like you either didn't follow my switching hubs guides completely/correctly. Or you you clicked 'join hub' when you weren't supposed to. So now you have two duplicate sets of data on infinity hub and kaffie hub.

To fix this, just take either one (whichever one you don't want to be on) and then remove these fields from your data.json:

"next_post_id": #,

"next_follow_id": #,

"avatar": "generate",

"intro": "description",

"post": [ {some posts} ]

"follow": [ {some follows} ]

And then change this field to match the hub you didn't remove/edit:

"hub": "hubaddress you want to stay on",

After that, just sign/publish, or make a comment/like on the hub you erased.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 18, 2016

Uber’s First Self-Driving Fleet Arrives in Pittsburgh This Month(http)
The autonomous cars, launching this summer, are custom Volvo XC90s, supervised by humans in the driver’s seat.

"Starting later this month, Uber will allow customers in downtown Pittsburgh to summon self-driving cars from their phones, crossing an important milestone that no automotive or technology company has yet achieved. Google, widely regarded as the leader in the field, has been testing its fleet for several years, and Tesla Motors offers Autopilot, essentially a souped-up cruise control that drives the car on the highway. Earlier this week, Ford announced plans for an autonomous ride-sharing service. But none of these companies has yet brought a self-driving car-sharing service to market."

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 18, 2016Reply

@Andrewm: Lol! Yeah... but an important step for what to come ;)

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 17, 2016

Am I alone in thinking the comments should be ordered the other way? In other words having the newest at the bottom rather than the top.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 17, 2016Reply

Would be nice to hear @nofish take on this... (sorry if you don't like people mention you like this)

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 17, 2016Reply

@<tkarita/>: I am thinking of the flow.. first you read the OP, then you have to jump to the bottom of that post.. sometimes scroll up.. and then continue down to the next post. This breaks the flow of reading a lot.

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 17, 2016

More news on the NSA hack

"....The NSA, responsible for intercepting communications around the world, appears to be the latest victim of hacking, at least indirectly, according to multiple news reports. A group calling itself the Shadow Brokers released a series of files on Saturday that contained the code behind some powerful hacking tools developed by an NSA-linked group. Those tools have been used to carry out cyberattacks on other governments and private corporations across the world over the last 20 years, according to Forbes.

The Shadow Brokers released a series of files that included installation files and descriptions of networks used for a number of different hacking tools that they claimed to have stolen from the Equation Group...."

Shellbound · shellbound@zeroid.biton Aug 16, 2016

Lithuanian Police Switches To LibreOffice, Saves A Million Euro

"The Lithuanian police force has switched to Free and Open Source office suite LibreOffice. LibreOffice will be replacing proprietary productivity suite on over 8000 workstations. This migration was completed in the month of June.

This is not the only implementation, Lithuanian police department is also testing the use of Ubuntu Linux to replace Microsoft Windows....."

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