No real organization....
Walkies?11 replies and 11 images, Click here to view all.
thoughts on raspberry pi6 replies, Click here to view all.
>>https://fchan.xyz/prog/LZM1OHG3 not worth it imo. get an old dell computer tower to use as a NAS. it has better compatibility for OSes and its cheaper, plus repairable. doesn't have to be dell either it could be anything. if you're trying to run me_cleaner or something i do recommend a pi, but for everything else its not worth it
>>https://fchan.xyz/prog/GIDFWWUH If you are concerned about your energy bill the pi is definitely easier on it, but if you want to be green it's a wash. New hardware is new ewaste and if you have it always on at a constant load (like as a server of some kind), that's the easiest kind of power draw to produce in a green way no matter how much you need.
hey guys, got some anom invite codes. lmk if you want in on this new highly secured communication `app`
"A liminal space is the time between the 'what was' and the 'next.' It is a place of transition, waiting, and not knowing. Liminal space is where all transformation takes place, if we learn to wait and let it form us."54 replies and 42 images, Click here to view all.
What are you working on, /g/?16 replies and 3 images, Click here to view all.
>>https://fchan.xyz/g/SLWAQORA Here is my visualization work in progress. I'm feeling my way through gnuplot with the help of _Gnuplot in Action_. https://1lib.us/book/3385211/2f0585 I still have much to learn, but I think I'll be able to visualize everything I have to visualize. There are just a lot of details to iron out.
I downloaded dreamtime on a spare computer to see if the nudification is worth anything, notice it uses a built-in ipfs/torrent backup to distribute data models. there are obvious upsides to this, but what (if any) are the downsides? Let's avoid "hard disk fragmentation" and focus on actual vulnerabilities.
The buck has been brocken.
Basically see the thread https://anonium.net/thread/1b69c1a5191e0d81e75dea1ae6f56131#6e54c7de1b8b4cc29edff9913e35f47d I've considered: - show plain hex - show base64 - turn it into concatenation of words, like BIP39 - show hex, but only the last x digits Which would you prefer and why? Or do you have another idea?