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  • scratchandgame@lemmy.mlOPtoPrivacy@lemmy.mlThe reason why the AnonymouseJoker jokes
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    10 hours ago

    What I do here is analyzing the content of TheAnonymouseJoker’s posts. When I saw he say 98% Chinese people approve their government, it popped up in my brain today that TheAnonymouseJoker is separating disgusting “journalists” from a secure operating system. Then those “journalists” will get their device hacked by the Chinese government when they came to China. Is that right?










  • scratchandgame@lemmy.mltoLinux@lemmy.mlHow bad is Microsoft?
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    4 days ago

    Congratulations for not being in any team!

    I’ve written more clearly that you must be a writer to join team 1 or 2. Keep going on your project, and ignore those who are fanatical and like to meddle in other people’s affairs, like the guys who want a project to refuse donations and contributions from some specific or all company.


  • scratchandgame@lemmy.mltoLinux@lemmy.mlHow bad is Microsoft?
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    4 days ago

    Thanks.

    Open source software has its source code published. It doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re able to copy some or all of it, modify it, distribute it, etc.

    GPL as an example.

    Free software can be freely copied, modified, distributed, etc

    If you are citing the GNU’s website, you should remove the “modified”. I’d quote a mailing list user:

    Say if OpenSSH was licenced under (A)GPL, companies would likely not use it because they wouldn’t be able to incorporate it into their IP, they would then try to code a shoddy implementation, and have numerous security bugs which would affect the end user. In other words, you are just shooting yourself in the foot.



  • scratchandgame@lemmy.mltoLinux@lemmy.mlHow bad is Microsoft?
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    4 days ago

    I was curious what the Linux people think about Microsoft

    Basically two teams (applied to anyone that are “speaking”, e.g writing propaganda blogs, comments, etc; they don’t necessary need to have all of this properties, and they may have both teams’ properties):

    Pro microsoft, pro systemd, pro bsod, pro administrator, pro “security” (privsec.dev pro microsoft edge), pro ms office, pro wine, anti apple/mac, anti (a)gpl, pro .net, pro powershell, …

    anti microsoft, anti windows culture, anti systemd, anti msedge, anti powershell & cmd, anti conio.h, anti bsd/mit/isc, anti company sponsorship …

    Team 3: BSD: receive donation from every entities and work on their clean operating system and software they give everyone for free without restriction; FreeBSD has been looked down by the anti-company anti-apple anti-permissive-licenses clowns

    Expressed by Theo de Raadt (OpenBSD): “Linux people do what they do because they hate Microsoft. We do what we do because we love Unix.”

    Join team 3!

    And, you cannot make the world better by just destroy A company, Microsoft. You must destroy all of them, or don’t destroy any, because it can only make the existing company to compete more fierce, and because OpenBSD needs donation from Google, Microsoft, and Meta to keep working on OpenSSH and other great software those companies need! They don’t need clowns to look up nor look down them, like when those clown looks down FreeBSD because they received something from Apple that I cannot figure out what.





  • scratchandgame@lemmy.mltoLinux@lemmy.mlYour Experience with Linux, BSD etc
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    12 days ago

    Every year I upgrade to something better and found the past distros very disgusting.

    6/2021: Ubuntu, Debian, Mint (for ~15 minutes), Kali Linux

    2022: Ubuntu, Lubuntu, RHEL, Fedora (for some days), Arch

    2023: Artix (for some days), Gentoo, Alpine (Alpine is the best distro I’ve ever seen), switched to OpenBSD in the end of the year!

    2024: OpenBSD. Have a machine running FreeBSD but currently unplugged and haven’t learned anything from FreeBSD.

    OpenBSD is so simple and I started reading man pages when I use it. I’m starting to learn tmux. Started to learn sed. Started writing some shell scripts. I can confirm I wasted time using all the distros above except Alpine. Except when I compile the linux kernel on Gentoo. I switched to OpenBSD without any problem. I quickly forgot the /dev/sda1 and learned disklabel. Not using vim without any problem, and I learned how to use vi efficiently.

    OpenBSD is not too hard for any “newbies” that can read English. They can type “help” and it will open help(1). When they have read help(1) they will read afterboot(8). afterboot(8) is just comprehensive. It’s a pity that package management is about the end of this man page, but package management is just simple: pkg_add and pkg_delete package-name. They may read pkg_add(1) and pkg_delete(1) when they want to upgrade.

    Default X11 window manager is fvwm. xterm is launched when X is started. You can move windows with mouse. Minimized windows also appear on the grey screen. But you have to double click much. This is usable. cwm is also available when you want a wm that can be used with a keyboard. It is much more efficient.

    2025: plan 9 ???




  • scratchandgame@lemmy.mltoPrivacy@lemmy.mlPixel 8A and Grapheneos
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    16 days ago

    You can’t blend in with a crowd of vanadium users with the amount of data points given away by the browser. Your fingerprint will be decernable from other users. Without actual anti-fingerprinting, which theoretical can allow for a crowd only when fingerprinting of user browsers results in the same fingerprint ID, the best you can hope to do is thwart naive fingerprinting. Vanadium doesn’t have any anti-fingerprint built in, so the slightest differences between user can be used to easily fingerprint. Vanadium

    Anti-fingerprinting? By blocking javascript which the half-hearted privacy users can never afford? hahahahaha. Even privacy projects spread dirty javascripts.