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12de9 No.17[Reply]

For anyone having issues making threads or comments, I'm working on the solution, redesigning the entire image board from the ground-up, it will be much better and the issue with "This post looks automated" will cease from then on. Till then, be patient and try to make quality threads and memes. Also, don't worry about the concern trolls coming in and bitching about shit threads, they're likely from our competition, and not worth even acknowledging because our competition's not doing much better really.
Anyway once this is finished I may work to give it some unique functionality that the other chans don't have, I've got some unique ideas brewing.

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471b8 No.9[Reply]

One of the biggest reasons to buy used technology is because as time goes on, more and more spyware will be hardwired into your technology, whether it's your phone, computer, tv, your car, and even dumb IoT (Internet of Things) such as Thermostats, Washing Machines, Microwaves, Home Security Systems, and whatever else connects to the internet.
Even driving a car, your GPS is on at all times whether you know it or not.
There is no privacy and we live in a Surveillance State.
ANYWAY - buying used tech is cheaper, stuff isn't really that old, it has enough computing power for important things, like making memes and sheiiiiit.
for example, I have done this several times - I buy a used laptop for under $200.00, buy a 480 GB SSD on Amazon, Take out the old HDD from the computer, and install a Linux Distro onto it.
It's great.
I use nothing but Linux now.

381f2 No.11

Almost forgot - Another thing that I have bought used are WiFi Routers.
I remove the interface that is on them and then I install either OpenWrt or DDWrt.
Granted, the Netgear Interface is in Linux, but it is proprietary software. After installing OpenWrt, for example, I gained control of my router to such extent that I was even able to turn up the power on the broadcast signal so that I can be further away from the router when using the WiFi.

875b5 No.16

Ive been interested in getting a used laptop strictly for memes/chan/discord/anon shit. How should I go about it to remain anon.

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452bb No.10[Reply]

You can get a full blown computer for under $40.00.
Yes, you can.
You can use it for Email, Office, Shitposting on Neinchan, and even creating interesting projects.
It's a cheap little entry level computer so you can start learning Linux. If I remember correctly, it was made for Pajeets to learn how to code and fuck everything up with their poo fingers, but we can use these things to our advantage too.
One project I did was a "Pirate-Box"
Link - https://piratebox.cc/
What I did was do a redpill dump onto it, plug in one of those batteries that I can get at Walgreens for charging my phone, and then people would log into the wifi and then see files and there is also an image board on it. I would just leave it in my bag and walk around, sit down in the library, sit in the office, etc, and nobody figures out where this redpilling. That thing would be on all day.
Another project I did was a Tor Router.
One would log into the router and then whatever is using that router is automatically routed through the Tor network.
I even installed different operating systems onto it no problem.

3afe5 No.14

holy shit piratebox is cool

407bf No.15

I've actually been trying to put together a pirate box for redpilling. I wanted to change the look of it a bit and deploy it somewhere like a college dorm, or campus library/food court. Somewhere that is leftist infested.
I've though about rolling it out in various levels (because you can't just name the jew, babby's first red pill needs to be easy to swallow). I tried posting this idea on 4/8 /pol/ but it got slid. I was thinking that once I got the images working properly I could spread them to other anon's to do the same think in their area.

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38686 No.12[Reply]

water cooled routers can someone tell me if this is worth getting will it make my wifi faster.

18c72 No.13

Are you more interested in speed or security?
If it's speed you are after, be aware that if you can connect fast, (((THEY))) can connect fast to you too…..

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6f311 No.7[Reply]

Advantages Of Linux:

Linux was one of the first open-source technologies, but many programmers have contributed and added software that’s completely open-source for any user. This means that you can download the source code and change it any way you like. Some developers have restrictions on how you can distribute the code. For instance, some developers allow you to change the code, but you cannot distribute it for money.

Low cost:

You don’t need to spend time and money to obtain licenses since Linux and much of its software come with the GNU General Public License. You can start to work immediately without worrying that your software may stop working anytime because the free trial version expires. Additionally, there are large repositories from which you can freely download high quality software for almost any task you can think of.


Linux doesn’t need to be rebooted periodically to maintain performance levels. It doesn’t freeze up or slow down over time due to memory leaks and such. Continuous up-times of hundreds of days (up to a year or more) are not uncommon.


Linux provides persistent high performance on workstations and on networks. It can handle unusually large numbers of users simultaneously, and can make old computers sufficiently responsive to be useful again.
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6f311 No.8



Linux can be used for high performance server applications, desktop applications, and embedded systems. You can save disk space by only installing the components needed for a particular use. You can restrict the use of specific computers by installing for example only selected office applications instead of the whole suite.


It runs all common Unix software packages and can process all common file formats.


The large number of Linux distributions gives you a choice. Each distribution is developed and supported by a different organization. You can pick the one you like best; the core functionalities are the same; most software runs on most distributions.
Fast and easy installation: Most Linux distributions come with user-friendly installation and setup programs. Popular Linux distributions come with tools that make installation of additional software very user friendly as well.

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55d02 No.1[Reply]

>Create a parts list
>Learn how to build a PC
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69WFt6_dF8g [Open]

Want help?
>State the budget & CURRENCY
>List your uses e.g. Gaming, Video Editing, VM Work
>For monitors include purpose & graphics pairing
>NO Speccy or "bottleneck checkers"

Secure CPUs based on current prices
><8 thread CPUs don't always deliver a consistent 60fps+ in all games
>Athlon 200GE - HTPC, web browsing, bare minimum gaming (OC'able on some MSI mobos)
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69cd6 No.4

Testing Nein Pass 1,2,3

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e9354 No.2[Reply]

i think all good anons should start studying these techniques and become aware of the how's and why's.

don't forget, Google can be extremely useful

Security and Exploits

The origins of the hacker community:

Intro to GNU/Linux http://tldp.org/LDP/intro-linux/html/index.html

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98c0d No.3

so, you want to learn security. learn to live boot a Linux distro. I am no arch fag as debian works well for me. some will spout GenToo, I don't care which

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