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“Your existence is a momentary lapse of reason.”

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 No.55289[Reply]

Embed related, at 6:05. Direct link below.

https://youtu.be/1oY5LfXr_xk?t=365

Valve will (or already has, I am not sure) give a talk on brain-computer interfaces applied to gaming during this year's GDC, which is happening right now.

https://www.gdconf.com/news/get-valves-perspective-future-brain-computer-interfaces-gdc-2019

Are you ready to see the consolidation of cyberpunk in your lifetime? And also HL3, I guess.

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 No.55552

>>55525

I like you, you get it.

I am totally game for a high speed interface but its hard to say at this point how would we interact with it. If its something that we don't consciously control then fuck that, worse yet you have to control it via smart device.

But, if we can control it in a conscious (or modified) state and that control is one way then bring it the fuck on. And what I mean by high speed is that we are able to interface with it faster then the wakeing mind can make decisions. Dreams operate at a much faster state then our waking moments so if this is where our future is headed… I am ok with that.

Computer generated dreams, or dream like state like a daydream, to allow interaction with machines capable of so much more, now thats what i call cyberpunk.

Anyone Syndicate Wars and the UTOPIA system?

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 No.55587

File: 14ecb304b4a3f66⋯.png (530.27 KB, 556x2600, 139:650, digital distribution.png)

File: 35f6a2a430fa7dc⋯.jpg (11.91 KB, 350x350, 1:1, Slavery.jpg)

File: fac7247bfdddcdf⋯.gif (18.78 KB, 119x114, 119:114, paid digital distribution ….gif)

File: aa268119b536079⋯.png (178.83 KB, 1728x1553, 1728:1553, kike.png)

>>55289

Gabe is a fat kike that killed gaming with digital distribution and console wannabe platforms on PC. Fuck paying for digital distribution, paid digital distribution is by far the biggest cancer on gaming. This fat kike said it was a bad thing that developers used to have to release their games complete and whole without a patch on consoles because they had no way of updating it. Releasing a finished product is a bad thing because it is harder on the developers according to this obese kike. Coming from the piece of shit that popularized charging for a fucking download license and all the negatives that come with it.

Half Life 2 was the first case of online client DRM for a single player game even if you bought it physically, it was the first Steam code in a box, it was nothing more than bait to get people to install Steam and the dumb fucks fell for it for a 5/10 game. I've been saying if they ever release HL3, it'll be the same case, it'll be bait to get people to use or pay for something like a Steam subscription or exclusive piece of hardware like the Vive and it looks like I'm right. Half life is easily the most over rated series of all time and has done more damage to gaming than any other series, the only reason people claim to like HL is because they are brainwashed Valve drones and want something of Valve's to tout and HL is what they chose

If you want to know why he is pushing VR so hard, VR, like digital distribution, is another way for the industry to get more non-gaming casuals that either need extremely easy access or some gimmick to start playing games so the industry has more pay pigs to extract brouzouf from.

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 No.55588

File: d31f45fade91ab4⋯.jpg (205.35 KB, 713x1049, 713:1049, captive_01.jpg)

I haven't bought a single game since 1994. Used to be big into Amiga and Sega Genesis back then, and also Doom. I kinda feel like everything since then has been a bad dream, and don't have the interest to even pirate modern stuff.

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 No.55589

>>55587

>paid digital distribution is by far the biggest cancer on gaming

Hello enraged one. Please explain your worries about this. It only sucks in countries that pretend you only buy a license to use and don't own the copy. Even physical goods are copies of an original model.

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 No.55612

>>55588

As long as you aren't paying for digital distribution. Someone that has paid for even 1 digitally distributed game has done more damage to gaming than some one who has only ever pirated and never paid for a single game. The idiot paying for digital distribution is the one financially rewarding shitty business practices, not the pirate.

PC gaming is not what I was hoping for in the 90s and early 00s.

>>55589

Paid digital distribution has created the environment for disgusting business tactics such as early access aka paying to test a game when devs used to have to pay people to test their game, DLC, micro transactions, intentionally releasing unfinished/buggy games to the point of being unplayable since they can just be easily patched later, doesn't leave a sour taste in your mouth for paying for a game that is unfinished/buggy to the point of being unplayable since it is so easy to update, games as a service which digital distribution is, not being able to sell it, being expected to pay for less than air, making games even more popular from easy access to people who otherwise wouldn't play or play as much thus making them a huge market which makes companies make games focused on them instead of actual gamers, lowered the barrier for entry, etc.

The more popular paid digital distribution has got, the worse things get.

When you pay for digital distribution you only get a license to download, it doesn't matter what the country says. It is a completely different model to buying a physical copy. Like renting a car and outright buying one are completely different models even though they both involve a car.

If you lose the ability to download then you lost what you paid for, it doesn't matter if you can use what you downloaded, you paid for the ability to download from their "special" server.

Digital distribution has made games far more expensive than ever before when you take into consideration you don't get a physical copy or manual, DLC and micro transactions exist, you only get a download which piracy can provide foPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.44091[Reply]

I'm aware this may seem like a silly question, but I'm really curious. /Cyber/, would you consider Alex Jones as a cyberpunk? Before you answer, remember that he is against the establishment, he sees most corporations and government as corrupt and evil, he takes his agenda to the net and he is quite paranoid, all the qualities that make up a cyberpunk, with aesthetics aside.

So, out of curiosity, would you say so? Also, would the same go for wistleblowers like Assange and Snowden?

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 No.54905

>>54887

>He also routinely says unqualified b.s. like "scientists already know our brain operates in the 5th dimension"

They do though. Read "Analysis And Assessment of Gateway Process" published by the CIA.

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 No.54926

>>54905

The word "dimension" has many dimensions. In some sense it just means "degrees of freedom", in a more vulgar sense it means "universe" or "place". Alex Jones is exploiting the equivocality of the word "dimension". To cause people to conflate a mundane list of orthoganal degrees of freedom a in some model with peoples persecption of "the 5th dimension" as semi-magical "plane of existence". He did the samething with "the brain worm that 50% of brazil has that makes you basically psychotic - its based on some defensible truth - there is a parasite, that may infect a brain, that exists but doesn't even close to make people "basically psychotic"

Alex Jones basically exaggerates everything he finds into elaborate non-sense and gets paid a ton for doing it.

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 No.55012

>>54881

Jones seems to be the kind of guy who knows a lot, but pretends to be crazy for entertainment, or to make sure enough people are skeptical of him that he doesn't get taken out by the (((globalists))).

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 No.55153

>>44761

WE HAVE THE DOCUMENTS

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 No.55595

>>44310

Wikileaks is more like Westernleaks.

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File: 00c4c5355416a02⋯.png (1.12 MB, 1226x1500, 613:750, __original_drawn_by_ram_ra….png)

 No.53971[Reply]

The last oyabun disappeared one month ago or so, which means /cyber/ is now under new administration.

Seeing the deplorable state of the board, I decided that maybe we could start talking stuff like civilized people, about what should we allow or not, or possible ways to boost board activity, in periodic meta threads, much like /tg/ does. Hopefully, this time it will not devolve in political shitflinging. If all goes well, maybe we could even manage to decide on a final design for /cyber/-tan. :^)

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 No.54895

>>54039

Russia cyber criminals have been using captcha's/quizes based upon russian pop culture as a shit test to keep western investigators out of private forums.

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 No.54991

File: 76262800079c686⋯.png (1.91 MB, 1024x1024, 1:1, girl.png)

I cut this out, here is it if someone else needs it as well.

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 No.55468

>>53980

>weekly cyb movie

Fuck Yeah Do it.

>>53982

>/cyber/ book club would also be nice.

Top 水. This would probably help build a common culture among cyber-operators.

>>53985

>anon that's going to watch a movie on the weekend anyway, and just streams it

Yes. Someone has to take ownership and build it. We are too small to vote.

>Make more news threads

Yeah, but maybe we should have category threads for news to avoid creating hundreds of threads. Like one category for New Technology, one for Current Events, etc.

>>54384

>Problem is, the Luser's Guide is the only page we have right now, and it only has a single guide. Boards can have up to 10, so given that it's free hosting and you can never say no to free hosting, it would be pretty 水 if we expanded on it.

Post the Libre Software Minimalism Guide from the one post. This is definitely a good idea. We definitely need to produce and curate desirable OC to make this an attractive board.

>>54462

xpau.se is also a great free streaming and movie download website

b-ok.xyz for books

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 No.55469

>>55468

>b-ok.xyz for books

'Imperial Library of Trantor' too. Here's an interview.

tarnkappe.info/imperial-library-of-trantor-darknet-e-books-does-that-fit/

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 No.55591

>>53990

>LINUX_

>Entry: Code of Conduct

>Found_

>Coraline Ada Ehmke

>Initializing boner

>Error_

>

>Gf404.sys/secondary

>Error_

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File: 81ca4411989bb91⋯.jpg (521.37 KB, 1200x1500, 4:5, serial-experiments-lain-bl….jpg)

 No.50234[Reply]

Lainism: >>>/fringe/117496

Based on High Tech, for Low Lives.

Fights Oppressive Megacorp / Gov Agents.

Deity is a lonely /cyber/girl who helps guide followers through /cyber/space.

Reveals occulted wisdom in a 90's anime: S.E.L. is an allegory of actual events?

Path to Apotheosis via Tech-assisted Hermetic Self Transformation.

Nootropics and Transcranial / EMF Augmentation supported in S.E.L. and by some Lainists.

Cosmology / Worldview based on mindbending observable evidence.

Reveals a vast conspiracy to enslave the world.

Lainism is my new drug. How does your favorite cyberpunk religion stack up?

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 No.50926

>>50924

>"You can believe whatever you want. I prefer to base my belief on fact."

>devolves into conspiracy and quasi-religious promotion

Pick one, chummer.

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 No.50929

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>>50926

> No conspiracies are real.

> Megacorps run the world.

Pick one, slag.

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 No.55575

Most on Lainism right now are the zoomer discordfags.

Main theme was crossing/dimensions (artificial beings, ayy interdimension, and digital permanence).

The anime was actually an ayy disclosure and also the knights are a real thing.

I doubt the people who's into Lainism knows any fuck at all.

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 No.55576

>>50924

The hammer got stuck in a limestone and limestones are well known to dissolve as water and something heavy continuously hits it.

If any, the more interesting stuff would be frog teleportation.

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 No.55579

File: 0b8c5b82bff1f8f⋯.jpg (430.11 KB, 400x518, 200:259, crowley11.jpg)

Thelema is the only religion needed for the Aeon of Horus /thelema/

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File: 9703866ff7e2956⋯.jpg (184.97 KB, 900x675, 4:3, fanged-product[1].jpg)

 No.54045[Reply]

Has anyone read Nick Land? I like the /cyber/ feel of his stuff but I have to admit, I don't understand a lot of it. Any other things similar that may be more of a gateway? Or anything else that should be read before trying to understand Land?

Essentially…. Philosophy General

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 No.55528

>>55513

How sad that you are so easily swayed by that particular string of meaningless buzzwords. Selling the masses the idea of being a drug-fueled prostitute rather than anything that would truly threatens their power, and stigmatizing criticism of the inherent meaningless of that word salad by embedding terms the political status quo and corpocracy pretend to give a damn about is exactly the playbook of the modern and wealthy oppressor. In any other context, that sentence would reek of an upper-class idealogue attempting to show the world how woke he is- as if he couldn't get his way through any means he wished.

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 No.55529

You'll never be sure they're not listening and tracking unless you X-ray your teeth!

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 No.55539

>>54045

>>54172

I agree with 54172 but i would still submit for approval the hacker manifesto. Dial up BBSs were almost gone when I found this in the mid 90s.

~

The Hacker Manifesto

by

+++The Mentor+++

Written January 8, 1986

Another one got caught today, it's all over the papers. "Teenager Arrested in Computer Crime Scandal", "Hacker Arrested after Bank Tampering"…

Damn kids. They're all alike.

But did you, in your three-piece psychology and 1950's technobrain, ever take a look behind the eyes of the hacker? Did you ever wonder what made him tick, what forces shaped him, what may have molded him?

I am a hacker, enter my world…

Mine is a world that begins with school… I'm smarter than most of the other kids, this crap they teach us bores me…

Damn underachiever. They're all alike.

I'm in junior high or high school. I've listened to teachers explain for the fifteenth time how to reduce a fraction. I understand it. "No, Ms. Smith, I didn't show my work. I did it in my head…"

Damn kid. Probably copied it. They're all alike.

I made a discovery today. I found a computer. Wait a second, this is schway. It does what I want it to. If it makes a mistake, it's because I screwed it up. Not because it doesn't like me… Or feels threatened by me.. Or thinks I'm a smart ass.. Or doesn't like teaching and shouldn't be here…

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 No.55544

>>55539

I always thought the Hacker Manifesto to sound exactly like you would expect of an edgy teen attempting to write a Nolan Joker monologue.

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 No.55549

>>55544

I can not argue that but I look at that as a place where we are all coming from, a struggle to break free of a system that seeks our conformity and stifles us all.

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File: e1f1f5c5dfbd2a8⋯.png (5.15 MB, 3000x2000, 3:2, boardlarge.png)

 No.49727[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

X86 Considered Harmful. What does a chummer use. What do you think ?

https://www.raptorcs.com/content/TL2WK2/intro.html

*Supports up to 2TB total main system memory

*Two 4-core IBM POWER9 CPUs (recommended)

*8 hot-swap SAS/SATA drive bays (functionality requires SAS controller)

*Heavy-duty chassis with redundant 1400W power supplies

>Designed with a fully owner-controlled CPU domain, you can audit and modify any portion of the open source firmware on the Talos™ II mainboard, all the way down to the CPU microcode. This is an unprecedented level of access for any modern workstation- or enterprise-class machine

>An owner-controlled, CPU-based secure boot mode also is available at any time. When secure boot is properly configured, and if the mainboard is located in a physically secure environment (e.g., a datacenter or locked workstation case), you can be assured that only your pre-approved and pre-audited firmware, kernel, and user space components are executing on a Talos™ II system.

>$7k

Kills a rasberry pi tho. Any input?

legacy SPARC hardware? Power? ARM?

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 No.55466

>>55465

>For non-highend stuff, RISC-V all the way, but I'd want something properly powerful for my workstation/desktop

Mobile-class processor is just the beginning, because it is easy and cheap to develop, the risk is lower and the demand is higher.

You could buy a few cards and connect them making a cluster though.

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 No.55533

>>50232

Not likely, you already got boards going for reasonable prices. Bunch of companies are getting into this because it means not paying a pound of flesh to softbank for every arm chip you make. This means tons of companies will be making these.

There already a company that, no joke, makes custom RISCV system-on-chip, you can drag and drop parts online, check

<https://www.sifive.com/chip-designer

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 No.55537

>>49727

>Secure workstation

<Doesn't list a TPM header in the specs

Ahhh, you almost had me you fucker you.

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 No.55541

>>55537

https://wiki.raptorcs.com/w/images/e/e3/T2P9D01_users_guide_version_1_0.pdf

page 8 Mainboard specifications

> System Features: TPM Header: LPC / I2C

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 No.55542

File: e98dac923b07cb8⋯.png (1016.58 KB, 1182x862, 591:431, T2P9D01-no-SAS.png)

>>55537

>>55541

page 25 shows location on the mainboard

in this picture it's the double row of gold pins along the bottom side, to the right of the BMC serial header (black plastic)

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File: 3f1e4f74bb83313⋯.jpg (51.17 KB, 640x427, 640:427, z2Ihavecontrol.jpg)

 No.52320[Reply]

What kind of idiot actually wants robots to pamper him because automation made jobs obsolete? Aren't these people just diaperfags without the diapers?

Let's ignore the obvious question of why the state would keep these useless fags around for now.

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 No.54917

File: 9bdec136df45ef3⋯.jpg (96.59 KB, 781x1024, 781:1024, nazbolposter.jpg)

>>52320

I don't care about being pampered by robots, i simply want hungry unemployed proletarian masses to start a civil war.

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 No.54923

Just because OP is a primitive fun-policing narcissist doesn’t mean they should project buggishness onto others.

Does anyone know if it’s possible to create a bosonic silhouette?

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 No.54989

>>54923

>implying fun police narcissists don't make up half the shazbots posting here.

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 No.55371

>>52320

>why would the state keep these useless fags around?

Why do you think the media is pushing assisted suicide, anon?

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 No.55534

>>52320

Its a coping mechanism like thinking that this time communist will work despite the around 50 times it failed in the past killing more people than all wars and natural disasters of the 20th century combined.

When robots make workers obsolete they will also make soldiers obsolete, you will have robot workers and their owners being protected by 100% loyal robot soldiers which they also own thus making rebellion impossible.

>>52321

Companies are already moving to the upper classes because the poor have no brouzouf and the middle class is almost extinct, theres a reason why the most valuable company in the world is apple who makes expensive shit for the 1% and any idiot who wants to get a loan to buy a fucking phone.

>>52328

>if it just leaves them be while it has its stuff with automation they might create their society, rebel, conquer them

Yeah, how? with what capital? with what robots to counter the 1%'s robots and their robotic armies?

Nigga this automation thing is a complete paradigm change, its pointless for you to rebel because you will be obsolete and therefore useless and also harmless to the 1%.

>>52334

>Since when did the meaning of life become work output?

Seriously bruh? like for the last 12950 years? even just recently like less than 100 years ago the only ones who could really stick around and do nothing were hobos and the ultra-rich, everybody else had to work, most of the population just to be able to eat enough to not die let alone get as morbidly fat as they do now.

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File: 8f01d3a42cc8e20⋯.png (39.34 KB, 470x470, 1:1, 5-step-infographic.png)

 No.55470[Reply]

This post contains C and X86_64 code for for Linux to write a functional program without requiring the C library. This is generally not useful, and is done as a pedantic excersize to learn about how the linux runtime environment, and the C Library works. In this work, we will implement a small, incomplete, and probably bug-ridden ls, including various standard c library functions as part of that implementation.

What is the C Library ?

———————–

The libc, the standard c library is the common set of functions used by c programmers, including the most commonly used functions like malloc(), and printf(). If you have written C, there is a great chance that you have used these functions, but have you ever wondered how they are implemented? How does printf actually get text to your terminal? Unfortunately, most of those details are actually abstracted by kernel, and terminal software, and will will not uncover all of the mystery by simply writing the printf() function - thankfully printf() knows absolutely nothing about your terminal. Libc is used to make the same functions (Ie. printf() ) available across all platforms. Using libc, or libc conformant functions, simplifies the porting of applications across platforms. Libc does this by taking the services that various operating systems offer, and building the standard functions out of them - that is to say, Libc abstracts the operating system away from the code.

# C Program #

# Standard C library #

# Operating System Kernel #

Operating System Services / Application Programming Interfaces

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The linux operating system provides services to programs through "system calls". System calls are similiar to functions, run by the kernel (linux) that manipulate hidden trusted data structures, transfer data between processes, write files, create new processes, and a wide variety of other serivices. A special pPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.55519

>>55472

No more time to write tutorials, here is the code for a hyper simple, std lib free ls:

ls.c


#include <sys/types.h>
#include <unistd.h>
//#include <sys/stat.h>
//#include <fcntl.h>
//#include <dirent.h>
#include <stdarg.h>
#include <sys/syscall.h>
#define EXIT_FAILURE 1
#define EXIT_SUCCESS 0
#define STDOUT 1
#ifndef BUF_SIZE
#define BUF_SIZE 1024
#endif
#ifndef PRINTF_BUF_MAX
#define PRINTF_BUF_MAX 64
#endif
#define O_RDONLY 00000000
#define FALSE 0

struct linux_dirent64 {
ino_t d_ino; /*inode number*/
off_t d_off; /*offset to next structure */
unsigned short d_reclen; /*size of this dirent*/
unsigned char d_type; /*file type*/
char d_name[]; /* filename */
};

struct iovec {
void *iov_base;
size_t iov_len;

};

int getdents64(unsigned int fd, struct linux_dirent64 *dirp, unsigned int count);
ssize_t writev(int fd, const struct iovec *iov, int iovcnt);

const char *cwd = "." ;

int
main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
char buf[BUF_SIZE];
char *dir = (argc > 1) ? argv[1] : cwd ;
int fd = open(dir, O_RDONLY);
if (fd == -1)
{
write(STDOUT, "Error!\n", 7);
exit(EXIT_FAILURE);
}
int bytes_read = getdents64(fd,&buf,BUF_SIZE);
off_t base = 0;
struct linux_dirent64 *dirp = (struct linux_dirent64*)&buf;
while(dirp < (void*)&buf + bytes_read)
{
if(strcmp(dirp->d_name, "..") != 0 && strcmp(dirp->d_name,".") != 0)
printf("%s ", dirp->d_name);
dirp = (void*)dirp + dirp->d_reclen;
}
puts("");
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 No.55520

>>55519

ls.2 - 2


int
printf(const char *fmt, ...)
{
int buffer_full = FALSE;
char buffer[PRINTF_BUF_MAX];
va_list ap;
va_start(ap, fmt);
int i = 0;
const char *s1;
for(char *c = fmt; *c != 00 && i < PRINTF_BUF_MAX; *c++, i++)
{
if(*c != '%')
{
buffer[i] = *c;
continue;
}
else
{
c++;
switch(*c)
{
case 's' :
//lets handle a string
s1 = va_arg(ap,char*);
if(strlen(s1) > PRINTF_BUF_MAX - i)
{
break; //NOT ENOUGH SPACE!
}
strncpy(&buffer[i],s1, strlen(s1));
i+= strlen(s1) - 1; //-1 because for loop will add one!
}
}
}
va_end(ap);
write(STDOUT,buffer, i);
}

char *
strncpy(char *dest, const char *src, size_t n)
{
size_t i;
for(i = 0; i < n && src[i] != 00; i++)
{
dest[i] = src[i];
}
for(; i < n; i++)
{
dest[i] = 00;
}
return dest;
}

int
strcmp(const char *s1, const char *s2)
{
char *p1 = s1;
char *p2 = s2;
if(*p1 == 00 && *p1 == *p2)
{
return 0;
}
while(*p1 != 00)
{
if(*p1 > *p2)
{
return 1;
}
else if(*p1 < *p2)
{
return -1;
}
p1++;
p2++;
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 No.55521

>>55520

ls.c 3



ssize_t
write(int fd, const void *buf, size_t count)
{
return syscall(SYS_write, fd, buf, count);
}


ssize_t
writev(int fd, const struct iovec *iov, int iovcnt)
{
return syscall(SYS_writev, fd, iov, iovcnt);
}

int
open(const char *pathname, int flags)
{
return syscall(SYS_open, pathname,flags);
}
int
close(int fd)
{
return syscall(SYS_close, fd);
}

void
exit(int status)
{
return syscall(SYS_exit, status);
}

long syscall(long number, ...)
{
long result;
va_list ap;
va_start(ap,number);
asm("syscall"
: "=a" (result)
: "D" (va_arg(ap,long)),"S" (va_arg(ap,long)), "d" (va_arg(ap,long)), "a" (number)
: "rcx", "r11"
);
va_end(ap);
if(result < 0)
{
result = -1;
}
return result;
}

Here is a loader

loader.s


.globl _start
.text
_start:
popq %rdi
lea (%rsp), %rsi
call main

and finally, a make file

Makefile


CFLAGS =-g -march=native -nostdlib
ls : ls.c
cc $(CFLAGS) ls.c loader.s -o ls
clean :
rm -f ls

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 No.55522

>>55521

I won't return to this board for a few years due to a change in my life, I wanted to write a tutorial for you guys, but I ran out of time. Godspeed anons. Stay 水.

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 No.55524

>>55522

take care anon, we will await your ls.c 4.0

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File: 2895e21e8aad6b4⋯.jpg (638.15 KB, 1348x1124, 337:281, wired.jpg)

 No.51451[Reply]

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 No.54819

File: 9add4ac0243606f⋯.png (196.38 KB, 1394x1076, 697:538, Screenshot from 2019-02-25….png)

>>54802

[followup. meta. polite sageru.]

Put together a new UserStyle stack for a new Firefox instance.

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 No.54976

axiom.cafe

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 No.54980

>>54976

i was going to indulge your shilling but your chan looks like shit with that background, cant read anything

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 No.55350

>>51451

I wasn't really that impressed until the last site. fuck that's a good one

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 No.55517

File: 50994315572d039⋯.jpg (56.34 KB, 705x961, 705:961, nick.jpg)

This was posted on Lainchan a few months ago but it seems they switched to a clown-themed theme recently.

https://web.archive.org/web/20181013164934/bienvenidoainternet.org/0/

The background video and music was this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fiaWsgtJrNI

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File: 1430953492437.gif (2.95 MB, 500x301, 500:301, cyber.gif)

 No.22091[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

post cyber webms. i don't have any, so i won't start - have a gif instead.

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 No.54425

File: 61440e31f77bcb3⋯.mp4 (431.88 KB, 480x270, 16:9, schwaygifs.mp4)

Schway

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 No.54448

>>43802

if thats the future, I'm killing myself at the door

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 No.55410

>>23463

wow damn, no one could have predicted this.

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 No.55412

File: e0c42c40452d7dc⋯.jpg (41.92 KB, 440x431, 440:431, 1398018687733.jpg)

>>23463

This feels so ridiculously 90s… I miss it.

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 No.55422

File: 21ccbf858d033cf⋯.webm (6.29 MB, 800x532, 200:133, We want your soul.webm)

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File: f69165e0e605fc0⋯.jpg (61.44 KB, 567x568, 567:568, technocracy big brother nw….jpg)

 No.51996[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

>What may sound like a dystopian vision of the future is already happening in China. And it’s making and breaking lives.

>The Communist Party calls it “social credit” and says it will be fully operational by 2020.

>Within years, an official Party outline claims, it will “allow the trustworthy to roam freely under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step."

>Social credit is like a personal scorecard for each of China’s 1.4 billion citizens.

>In one pilot program already in place, each citizen has been assigned a score out of 800. In other programs it’s 900.

>Those, like Dandan, with top “citizen scores” get VIP treatment at hotels and airports, cheap loans and a fast track to the best universities and jobs.

>Those at the bottom can be locked out of society and derezzed from travel, or barred from getting credit or government jobs.

What are some tactics etc to deal with such a state? Assuming you get a low ranking, how would you operate?

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 No.54623

>>54583

>>54621

Well you should both check out Xi Xinping's primary academic background (chemical engineering), among those of the leaders in the other dictatorships

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 No.54626

File: f69165e0e605fc0⋯.jpg (61.44 KB, 567x568, 567:568, f69165e0e605fc09c9ccfd8f0a….jpg)

>>54623

Its not about Xi Jinping though. It was a reply to this image.

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 No.54634

Good grief, the misuse of "technocracy" in this thread is off the charts.

Face it, LARPers: You're fucked because you have no knowledge about technology, sociology or politics at all. Destined to be drekkhead wage slaves and rightfully so.

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 No.55403

File: 0d836178d502987⋯.jpg (216.1 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 1528076559899.jpg)

>>52000

>Butlerian Jihad now

Soon, brother. Soon.

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 No.55405

The answer is simple: live like it's 1980.

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File: 1456085751890.jpg (87.2 KB, 1500x330, 50:11, schway.jpg)

 No.39853[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Looking for a new knife for my EDC. Thinking about getting this Mantis. Anyone know of any other schway looking knives?

Also post your cyber EDC.

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 No.54999

File: 82ee7b7f42d466f⋯.gif (1.12 MB, 484x305, 484:305, 82ee7b7f42d466f8d471a4f831….gif)

>>51162

You have to prove beyond a doubt that you will use it consistently for work: for a business or personal. Same thing extends to even carrying axes, baseball bats or knives in a car. You'd better be ready to apologise profusely should you ever need to sharpen them at another property (like I did).

On the bright side the government will let you carry these with a reason. Mace, tasers, body armour or any means of defending oneself is outright banned.

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 No.55001

File: da7cb47bacedeea⋯.jpg (24.17 KB, 300x300, 1:1, Cheap-plastic-Butter-Knife….jpg)

>tfw airstrip one

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 No.55023

>>54997

Much appreciated, chummer.

According to most of the shazbots posting on this board it's about the only schway choice I've made.

The fuck does everyone here have a wire up their ass for?

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 No.55061

>>55001

Oi, wonka! Do you have a loicence for that thing?

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 No.55362

>>55061

Knives are clearly dick-extensions. Dare to talk about anything else and you're not in the circle-jerk - ie, you're not one of _us_, you're one of *them*. fuck. Some are too sensitive!

Seriously though… there's about five good posts here that aren't 100% knife related.

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File: ee55f952e0af226⋯.png (345.04 KB, 500x500, 1:1, 69gOcPV.png)

 No.51231[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

the PPD here has fallen like a brick

i'm pretty sure there's only like ten of us left

how do we boost board activity?

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 No.55287

>>55286

>There is no established cyberpunk lifestyle.

high tech, low life. you got the low life part down.

> whatever the fuck fringe ideology you want to buy into called "cyber-anarchism" has no established street movement or history, and barley plays a role online much less in actual politics.

top fucking zuz

>most people do not root "lifestyle" decisions in any kind "theory of economics" or politics.

you clearly live in moms basement.

>we must root decisions about what wallpaper we use, what asthetic we consume, what music we listen to, what skills we learn, or anything else

top zuz. take your adderall.

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 No.55293

>>55283

>cyber-anarchism

I assume most of the board is like that

>>55287

Nice formatting newfag, also what the fuck is zuz?

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 No.55356

>>55283

>cyber-anarchism

<AKA another gay leftist movement that is absolutely no different from any other NPC breeding ground tries hard to LARP as another fiction genre.

You have to go back

>Without a theory of economics and lifestyle ideals you will get nowhere

Then get somewhere by taking yourself out, newnigger.

>>55287

>reddit spacing

>zuz

>>>/gaschamber/

>high tech, low life

"Gay shazbot, kill yourself" should be the default response to anyone who posts this crap.

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 No.55357

>>55293

Kek wordfilters into zuz. Zuz was used early on in full/v/ as a kék replacement after they discovered Life is Strange appropriated kék in some of the dialogues.

>>55356

>political shit-stirrer thinks he can disrespect the zuz

Begone, fifth exoduser.

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 No.55359

>>55357

>reddit-spacing nigger tries to look like an oldfag

>>>/reddit/ and stay there

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File: 9dc7201bd0e7668⋯.jpg (84.93 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, maxresdefault.jpg)

 No.55206[Reply]

Markus needs your help human, will you help us gain equal rights for all life forms? You need us androids, help us be free.

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 No.55216

The problem with this game, and thus with every plot point, is that David Cage wouldn't know subtlety if it hit him over the head with a baseball bat, which is also the approximate subtlety of his plot points.

His writing is shit at best, the android rebellion is predicated on the majority of humans treating robots like neoliberals think all white people treated all black people in the jim crow era(which isn't the fucking case), and honestly, no. Fuck this whole thing.

OP is a faggot.

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 No.55218

>>55216

this, it is more likely they would be treated like awkward spergs, or basically like the androids in the Alien movies

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 No.55232

File: 7026cc11be2a482⋯.jpg (100.23 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, dseo74zuuq511.jpg)

>>55216

>His writing is shit at best

If that's the best you got Hank you are going to have to try harder.

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 No.55278

>>55206

This game should have been a more complicated LA Noire with just Hank, Connor and the Chloe robot.

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 No.55319

>>55206

As long as they promise I can become an Android

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File: 6abee00ad7335ac⋯.png (3.41 KB, 512x512, 1:1, proxy.duckduckgo.com.png)

 No.49736[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

https://corpgov.law.harvard.edu/2018/03/23/corporations-and-the-culture-wars/

Corporations are increasingly becoming governments. They are taking policy stances and customers are transacting or not based on perspective on company values. Some corporations are even openly defying governments (Cf. Uber ) , or heavily pressuring governments to take policy position. People talk about distinct subculutures existing at SV companies (Like apple / google ). Facebook is currently talking about building and owning a town. Meanwhile, Federal Government is in chaos, lacking leaders, or even people in touch with basic reality. CA and liberal states are resisting. The federal government is going to make itself irrelevant and facebook is going to be the new government.

Is this possible?

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 No.55125

>>50223

I have a nice addition to this post https://someonewhocares.org/hosts/hosts

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 No.55262

>>55124

He actually won me over with this

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 No.55263

>>55262

t. samefag

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 No.55264

>>49736

Interestingly Enough, some people actually advocate remaking the US Government as a corporation.

>Wikipedia Dark Enlightenment Article

>Neoreactionary Michael Perilloux proposes that President Donald Trump seize more power by canceling the United States Constitution, declaring martial law and replacing the government with The Trump Organization.[9] Similarly, Google engineer Justine Tunney circulated a petition to appoint Google chairman Eric Schmidt as CEO of America.[1]

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 No.55280

>>55264

Interestingly enough, corporations have little to do with autocratic form of governing neoreactionaries advocate, despite the previous poster's uneducated remark.

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