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Game modding through excel Comrade 05/10/2020 (Sun) 13:12:57 No. 1681 [Reply] [Last]
Hello everyone, I am politely requesting some help from /tech/'s denizens to help me troubleshoot my Democracy 3 mod from several years. Unfortunately I have basically forgotten how to use the modding tools anymore and do not really know how to fix the problem, so I was looking for some advice. Would any of you be interested in helping me out?
https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=268336783 This is the mod BTW, I have people who say it is working and people who say it isn't, so yeah idk.
I am not going to work for free on a proprietary extension of a proprietary software. If porky wants my labour he is going to have to pay for it.
>>1686 Harsh bro, I didn't make any money off the mod either.
>>1682 Whoa, neat. I've used this mod before. I've used it recently as well and seems to work fine for me. Nice mod, I rate 10/10
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>>1694 Awww, thanks!

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Linux Comrade 01/21/2020 (Tue) 16:28:10 No. 52 [Reply] [Last]
Why aren't you using Linux? If you are, good job. If not, you better start soon. >Open source vs. Free Software https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/open-source-misses-the-point.en.html >List of free as in freedom distros approved by the FSF https://www.gnu.org/distros/free-distros.en.html >A really good linux distro that doesn't have systemd, but a fast and simple init/service management system called runit https://voidlinux.org/ - Image credit: By [email protected] Larry Ewing and The GIMP, Attribution, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=80930
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>>1651 I've tried antix before, wouldn't suggest it. SliTaz or Void would be better.
>>1655 Well, kinda. The installer sucks big time but at least you have debian repos and is noob friendly. It's impressing how few distros still target low-end hardware. Right now i have a P3 computer with an i810 GPU and nothing except gentoo and maybe slackware support it out of the box. Also i might add TinyCore and Alpine but those are still geared towards advanced users.
windows 10 wsl 2 gang
it took me a damn long while to wrangle Hyperbola GNU/Linux onto my laptop and I still haven't got pulseaudio to stop acting like a whiny little bitch, but otherwise I'm proud of how it's turned out. Hyperbola ticks all the anal-retentive nerd boxes: >it's FSF-approved >it's systemd-free >it's Arch-based and therefore essentially bloatless
>>1679 >>1679 >it's Arch-based and therefore essentially bloatless lol no. Arch packages come with all options enabled, so they are as big as they can be. Arch is the epitome of bloat.

Getting my comrades to use some security in meetings and chat Comrade 05/08/2020 (Fri) 22:51:30 No. 1660 [Reply] [Last]
I am from a Communist Organization in the European Union and we need a secure chat software or site to communicate, this is because we are afraid of leaks or important information about comrades or organization plans getting out. What do you guys think a good and easy software to use? That everyone can easily learn ?
Matrix protocol - the new Riot IM client for "Desktop" (or laptop) has really good security. The update hasn't arrived for all mobile platfomrs yet, but it's estimated to be done by the end of this month. Have your logins stored safe, green flags next to user-profiles symbolize 'safe', never take part in unecrypted rooms or chats (it's now on by default). That's all the security opsec that's needed.
>>1661 >encryption's* now on by default
>>1661 Okay i am going to learn about that and hopefully use it in practice, do you know an email service that has the same type security ? thanks
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>nobody checks the damn catalog for my thread >>615 every time they clone one of these threads It's okay, it's not like I wanted to have an engaging discussion about this or anything.
>>1668 i am sorry my guy gonna read it

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Cyberwarfare Comrade 04/19/2020 (Sun) 13:48:34 No. 1251 [Reply] [Last]
How do I DDoS a website? Not a fed.
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>>1251 get a group of people with fast internet, make them all use LOIC on your target and done
Post on weibo that there is free Sora Aoi AV downloads on the webstite. The Chinese human wave will overwhelm puny western intertube.
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Encryption Comrade 04/29/2020 (Wed) 15:29:45 No. 1500 [Reply] [Last]
Got a new coreboot computer and I've been stumbling down the rabbit hole of encryption lately. This subject is way bigger and deeper than I expected it to be. File encryption, partition encryption, full-disk encryption, loop-AES, LUKS, VeraCrypt, hidden volumes, Blowfish vs Twofish, and on and on and on. It's all so confusing. What does anon think are some of the best practices for encryption?
>>1500 If you want full-disk encryption, do LVM on LUKS. It's the setup that is used when you choose "LVM with disk encryption" in the installer. If your distro doesn't have an installer, arch wiki has instructions for manually setting up LVM on LUKS. Don't even bother with anything else, unless you want only some partitions encrypted.
>>1502 >full-disk encryption I really hate the deceptive abuse of this phrase I see in most places. It's not full-disk encryption if you have to keep around an unencrypted EFI partition for your bootloader to reside on before you can decrypt and load everything else, which is what most distros have to do in order to encrypt all the other partitions. From what I understand, the only way to pull off full-disk encryption without hardware encryption (which is itself full of security problems, stick to software) is with coreboot/libreboot and a 1st-stage bootloader like SeaBIOS or GRUB as payload in order to decrypt the main bootloader and chain load everything else.

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[email protected] and other Distributed Computing projects Comrade 05/06/2020 (Wed) 06:40:28 No. 1609 [Reply] [Last]
What are your thoughts about these programs/projects? [email protected], [email protected], BOINC, etc. Also general thread for discussing distributed computing I guess. For anyone who doesn't even know what this is, The concept is essentially downloading a program that communicates with a server to do computing tasks for a larger network, Essentially becoming a part of a supercomputer, only split up among many computers in many locations instead of in a central location. Intereste in distributed computing for biomedical research has spiked recently with the COVID-19 pandemic. Both [email protected] and [email protected] have projects dedicated to simulating the viral proteins in order to better understand them. [email protected] reportedly has surpassed the exaflop barrier, with the total system having more computing power than many of the top supercomputers combined. I have some specific thoughts and questions to start out with. My thoughts on this is that it is a great idea, and have several computers running the software. I don't like to politicize everything, but it seems like a natural extension of a leftist philosophy to contribute to a larger collective computer that is capable of performing research that could benefit all of humanity. But I have heard a more cynical opinion here and there, that it is effectively giving away your own computing power to a organization who you shouldn't necessarily trust. That private companies could use the data to create drugs or treatments of t heir own and never acknowledge the effort put in by volunteer's computers that provided the research they needed, even if the data is public. I don't agree with this opinion and it seems to be a minority one anywhere the topic is brought up, but if there is any place to be critical of tech from a lefty perspective, it is here. I think this line of thought is more a criticism of how science is used, than the science or technology itself. So what do you think. Good use of collective computing power to perform research, or a porky scam to get us to give up our machine's computing power to crunch numbers for them for free?
[email protected] and [email protected] are proprietary software so those are bad examples. Furthermore whatever findings these software find are given to US corporations and private businesses to make a profit. Who benefits from these profits? Not me or you (unless you own shares in these companies or are a CEO). So I am opposed to it and would rather see a GPL'd [email protected] or something.

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ARM Comrade 01/27/2020 (Mon) 22:18:36 No. 312 [Reply] [Last]
I am looking to purchase an ARM processor. My instinct I to just cave and go with a raspberry-pi, but, I have heard there are plenty of, better, alternatives to the raspberry. Can anyone point me in a good direction of arm related processors and the like? Would be helpful as I, basically, don't really know where to start. Pi's are cool but I don't have to choose one of those. Anything really. As long as it ia secure and runs smoothly.
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>>340 Remember to show us the end result :)
>>341 And maybe some of the construction I wouldn't mind making one myself
As a side note, this shit: https://github.com/joeycastillo/The-Open-Book looks insanely based. Gonna stick with the simplicity of running linux for now but I'll definitely keep an eye on this. >>341 If I ever manage to pull it off it will be my pleasure to share!
>>343 Holy shit that based.
>>343 That's a good example of how hardware might be developed under socialism. It may have more funding and be iterated quicker or it could be a niche thing built in the spare time of engineers but the open process makes a lot of sense in practice and makes projects fun.

Imageboards and cataolgs Comrade 04/29/2020 (Wed) 11:31:27 No. 1491 [Reply] [Last]
Why the hell don't all imageboards just make the catalog page the only page when you open it. Why do they have the "non-catalog" view as the default view. WHYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
Because catalogues are fucking gay and don't allow a great enough preview for the thread in question. They're convenient for being every thread, as they were intended to be originally, not lurking the board.
You can fix this by adding this under the JS tab in settings - switch(window.location.href) { case "https://bunkerchan.xyz/leftypol/": location.replace("https://bunkerchan.xyz/leftypol/catalog.html"); break; case "https://bunkerchan.xyz/hobby/": location.replace("https://bunkerchan.xyz/hobby/catalog.html"); break; case "https://bunkerchan.xyz/tech/": location.replace("https://bunkerchan.xyz/tech/catalog.html"); break; case "https://bunkerchan.xyz/edu/": location.replace("https://bunkerchan.xyz/edu/catalog.html"); break; case "https://bunkerchan.xyz/GET/":

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>>1520 I hate JS
this engine maniwani (or the frontend at least ) that runs /futatsu.org uses the catalog as the default board view https://github.com/DangerOnTheRanger/maniwani

Comrade 03/22/2020 (Sun) 03:25:51 No. 560 [Reply] [Last]
I've just recently started to learn how to code, can google my way through basic shit in python, javascript, java How can I contribute to the world while locked up?
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>>566 thanks for the actually helpful response!! I'll look into all of that.
>can google my way through basic shit in python, *can search the web through basic shit in python Please avoid using G*gle to refer to web searching
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Read SICP!!
>>560 If you want to contribute then you'll have to learn how to read code as well as write it.
>>566 ok coomer

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Comrade 04/11/2020 (Sat) 18:15:36 No. 929 [Reply] [Last]
Hello /tech/ I am a user of GNU/Linux This is a proposition for windows users in the audience. I am not here to berate you or to make fun of you. I know a lot of shade can get thrown around by the GNU/Linux community towards people who use Propitiatory software (Windows, Unix, Mac). My question, though, is...why? Why do you continue to use something while being a radical that you know is spying on you and cataloging you in a database. Microsoft is a subsidiary of Raithion. These companies know who you are and your user profile and will sell you out at the drop of a hat. The only way forward at this point it let go of the ghost and learn how to use Either, at the very least, a type of open source Operating system, or, learn how to install and use a Free and Open Source (FOSS) Operating system and use Free and Open Source software. To be a windows user in this day and age is already a drastic mistake && to be a windows user and a radical is asking to get handcuffs put on you and thrown in jail, or, worse. In lieu of this, I would like to open up a dialogue between windows/unix users and users here on the GNU/Linux side of the fence; This should be a general thread for help related too the installation of and use of GNU/Linux. We should be helping people get off of Proprietary government funded traps like windows not reveling in our ivory towers. If any windows users have any questions about GNU/Linux I implore you to ask them in this thread. Surely the users of bunkerchan will feel inclined to answer. I'm curious to know: What is it that prevents you from taking the leap? Again, why? Just do it, comrade! Best of luck. -Anon
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>>929 >>929 >Propitiatory software (Windows, Unix, Mac). I use a UNIX OS (NetBSD), it is not proprietary. Most UNIXes in use nowadays aren't proprietary afaik
>>1134 Aren't they owned by apple?
>>1136 Apple took BSD kernel for MacOSX because the license allowed them to do so, not because any flavor of bsd that I know is owned by apple.
>>967 >Why do you think you're safe on Linux when open source is literally backed by capitalists through "foundations"? Because I can read the source code and patch out things if they try to put something on my computer that I don't like.
>>1021 use an idiot distro and boot an "advanced" distro in a VM if you want to toy around and learn things.

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