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backup certain parts of hard drive by EstherCremblehood.bak - Fri, 02 Dec 2016 01:53:33 EST ID:L/v5xr5K No.120175 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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New laptop: has GPT partition setup
[ 100mb | 100mb | 800GB OS | 20GB | 7 GB Lenovo ]

I want to wipe it -> convert to MBR -> install windows 7.
How can I "clone" the setup such I preserve whatever the 100,100,__,20G,7G partitions are without cloning the middle main OS partition? I want to somehow be able to quickly revert back to that factory setup whenever I need to.

What do I do?
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MarthaCrondlenat.art - Sat, 03 Dec 2016 05:00:25 EST ID:kg6X+IHc No.120183 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120175
In win 7 there is 'create a system image', in backup and restore. If you have a external drive you can create a backup image. It should? backup your repair partition as well. It works in 7 well enough. Win 10 has PCmover Express? As well there is a win program intended to move a system with all it's programs to a new computer, as well multiple computers with all data put on there intact. I forget but the same concept same method that pc manufacturers use to put their crap on consumers computers.

UBCD has disk cloning programs, there is macrium reflect. Manufacturers windows systems suck, restore partitions suck unless you somehow make it yourself.

I would just wipe the drive and put 7 on there on it's own partition, make a new partition for data and point torrents etc to, so if windows fails you can just reinstall it.

Win10 you can surely get a clean copy and likely have a key to restore/reinstall it if wanted?

Dual boot, win7 first, 10 second if wanted.
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ShittingMurdspear.mov - Sat, 03 Dec 2016 12:55:10 EST ID:xow9oA1t No.120184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120182
do you have the windows 7 RTM (no service pack) or the windows 7 SP1 DVD?

the latter will allow you to boot UEFI, the former not

if you need the DVD with SP1, you can download it from Microsoft, assuming you have a legit, non-OEM key
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows7

other things you can try is update the BIOS if you have an old laptop
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EdwinSenningtotch.jpg - Sun, 04 Dec 2016 02:06:54 EST ID:L/v5xr5K No.120188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120184
> update the BIOS if you have an old laptop
Its a new laptop.

Maybe I'll try the Win17 SP1 ISO.
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KLEZ.fml !!cEQLOiCj - Tue, 06 Dec 2016 03:05:16 EST ID:DMlKCodu No.120204 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You should take a full backup of the entire HDD, or at least the recovery partitions. Pull the disk and back it up with another OS that can read GPT (Windows 8, 10). Then go nuts. UEFI needs to be disabled for Windows 7.
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NellBashwill.pcl - Tue, 06 Dec 2016 04:49:18 EST ID:cin6wbTx No.120205 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120188
Yea, seek the in place upgrade, easy transfer, you can make an install dvd that search deployable windows installs. Tread lightly. Maybe test this if you have extra computers. Make the install fail and see if you can restore it in a few different manners, If you need a 7 just say the word.

Do create an image if anything first. There are utilities for hard drives to test repair. Rescue cds may have what you need. The manufacturer website support should offer programs to test thier hard drives.


PS3 Slim repair by MollyWepperfield.dic - Mon, 05 Dec 2016 20:13:45 EST ID:Bl6hjdK4 No.120199 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I typically don't work on a lot of hardware, but I have an old PS3 Slim that's been lying around for a few years that I decided I wanted to repair. It was overheating and it wasn't reading discs. So the main things I focused on were swapping the bluray drive, replacing the thermal paste on the CPU and GPU, and giving it all a pretty thorough cleaning.

The problem is I ordered too little thermal paste. I ordered a gram of it and some bozo on amazon said it would be enough for 2-3 applications, but from what I could see (using the pea method) it was barely a little over enough for 1 application, so I had to remove about half of it from my initial drop on the CPU and dropped it on the GPU.

Now, I know I didn't use quite enough, but aside from overheating, can too little thermal paste cause any other problems? Will it be OK to use the console until I can buy some more?

When I put everything back together and tested it, everything seemed to be working fine, until I nudged the console a bit and it froze. I managed to replicate this freeze a number of times. I realized I probably didn't tighten the clamps on the heatsink enough, so I tore it back apart and tightened them. Lo and behold, it doesn't freeze when moved now... At least not without a lot of force behind it.

I realize this is probably the CPU or GPU disconnecting itself from the mobo and moving around a bit more than it should. Should I tighten the clamps even further? I really don't wanna strip it and they seem plenty tight already, but if this could potentially eliminate the problem I'd be willing to try it. I realize more thermal paste would fill the gap even further, because like I said I know I didn't use enough, so I definitely plan on ordering some more.

I've also been thinking about reflowing the motherboard to see if this would eliminate the freezing completely, but I'd have to wait until I got more thermal paste to do this.

So yeah, just seeing if anyone here has any advice or experience with PS3 repairs. I'd really like to get this thing completely functional again but I'm a little worried that the freezing may be a prolonged death sentence, at least without going into rebal…
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GrahamFunderpure.phtml - Mon, 05 Dec 2016 21:37:12 EST ID:z6ePbRzV No.120203 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I ordered a gram of it and some bozo on amazon said it would be enough for 2-3 applications, but from what I could see (using the pea method) it was barely a little over enough for 1 application
The amount for an application depends on the size of the die under the IHS. You should probably watch videos of what pros are doing for your particular chips. Also, FYI, the pea method is about the shape, not the size.

>Now, I know I didn't use quite enough, but aside from overheating, can too little thermal paste cause any other problems? Will it be OK to use the console until I can buy some more?
You can count on the system to shut down to prevent damage, but if you think it's doing this then leave it be.


WIerd torrent speed by ShitMondleman.jpg - Tue, 29 Nov 2016 11:34:08 EST ID:p1Tz4rPi No.120161 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What would cause torrents to refuse to download faster than 1 kpbs(when starting the client or resuming a download) and then randomly return to normal speed after being left open for 5-10 minutes. I can see a list of peers, everything, but hardly any downloading. It's like they are just refusing to work at first then suddenly deciding to work. Wierd AF
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ShitMondleman.jpg - Tue, 29 Nov 2016 16:10:17 EST ID:p1Tz4rPi No.120168 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think the fucking shady ISP is preventing the trackers from working correctly. Once good peers are found through the VPN I can just connect to them without the VPN

WTF
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JackSombledon.ace - Tue, 29 Nov 2016 19:54:44 EST ID:pnYb5ThL No.120169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120168
What does this have to do with a tracker? Why would an ISP block the tracker, which is costing them nothing, but not the torrent traffic? Did you know your torrent client has a debug logger that you could be looking at?
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HamiltonGrimhall.pif - Tue, 29 Nov 2016 21:00:21 EST ID:h+gIykFA No.120170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120169
Because blocking popular trackers would be easy as fuck?
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HamiltonGrimhall.pif - Tue, 29 Nov 2016 21:07:50 EST ID:h+gIykFA No.120171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They are not blocking the tracker completely, just certain packets coming from the tracker site. The "successful handshakes" so to speak. I think there is some type of quota or throttle hence why only some are allowed to come through.

...Or so it would seem
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ThomasGrandhall.bfc - Wed, 30 Nov 2016 06:30:42 EST ID:My4vLd8b No.120172 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120161
I have seen it more often resuming but also starting. It's just the way it is.
Maybe connecting to peers across many networks and countries could
possibly take some times to become established I would assume.


Becoming a good hacker by EdwardShakefield.ffl - Thu, 01 Dec 2016 04:42:25 EST ID:oNWzOGdY No.120173 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I want to be a self-sufficient person, capable of protecting myself and others, as well as attacking certain figures if necessary, which dictates the decision to become proficient at this sort of thing.

I already know what PLs to learn (Python, Cs, php, maybe js) and have already started, but what are the other rerequisites? What should I also be studying?
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EmmaClaywater.pdr - Fri, 02 Dec 2016 11:48:04 EST ID:dAtia7Mq No.120177 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Delete your system32
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EstherHoneyfuck.pol - Sun, 04 Dec 2016 15:57:42 EST ID:McbBFBOs No.120193 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120177
In a roundabout way, that's better than most advice on the subject.


How to Host HTTP Server Private/Safely by NigelGunnerhood.dot - Tue, 15 Nov 2016 00:24:28 EST ID:L/v5xr5K No.120095 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is it feasible to securely host an HTTP server on my local page for the simple purpose of one web-page?
And i I did it on my local machine, how could I make it private? VPN?

If I were to buy a cheap server, then the issue of privacy is seemingly harder. How do you remove a trail in that case?
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FrederickBlapperdark.mar - Mon, 28 Nov 2016 04:34:42 EST ID:FWGgTZOa No.120156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120152
Many possibilities. Look into a free or inexpensive free ssh shell account. You can host pages and edit, transfer it if it's already created if wanted almost as easy.
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AugustusNurringman.html - Mon, 28 Nov 2016 17:32:36 EST ID:LAVd7kht No.120157 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120156
But I need people to be able to connect by typing in a url without having an SSH client installed, and should be easily accessed via mobile.

I don't feel like it's entirely possible at this point.
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IanTillinggold.css - Tue, 29 Nov 2016 08:00:51 EST ID:My4vLd8b No.120160 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120157
The way web pages are created and accessed, It's nothing different.

They need no SSH client. You do the SSH work, to make your page
accessible 'for them.' They have no access to your SSH host
account.

Just your page you are hosting..
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SophieGazzlekon.phtml - Tue, 29 Nov 2016 11:36:02 EST ID:w/BehXM7 No.120162 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>120095
Not the real answer to your question, but maybe part of a solution:

The simplest way to serve a single file is probably the following command:

$ nc -kl 80 < /path/to/file


  • nc is short for 'netcat'
  • the "-l 80" part tells netcat to listen at port 80 (http default)
  • without the "-k" parameter (keep listening), netcat exits after the first connection
  • the "<" feeds the content of the specified file to any connecting client.
  • the file can be any (single) file the targeted web browser can handle (html, txt, jpeg, gif, png...)

To test it, run above command on your *nix box and point your browser to http://localhost/ (or http://localhostORTNUMBER if you specified a port other than 80).

Hint: Never do shit you're afraid to take the responsibility for if you should get caught.
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SophieGazzlekon.phtml - Tue, 29 Nov 2016 11:41:07 EST ID:w/BehXM7 No.120163 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120162
that bold face of course sneaked in for a "colon" and a "P". Like http://localhost:12345...
no bump.


monitors by WalterFarrywater.msg - Thu, 03 Nov 2016 17:39:45 EST ID:Jx5GfKjc No.120051 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Finishing up fresh pc build but still need to grab a monitor (so no one comments: borrowing another for now...). Main components are gtx 1060 and i5-6600k.

Few questions. I feel 4k is too much probably so thats basically leaves 1080p vs 1440p. Does the fact one is a multiple of 720 and the other one of 1080 make any noticable difference with videos? I know pixels arent actually little squares and 1:1 scaling via these supposed squares isnt necessarily perfect or true. But 4k seems to me to be the next major stepping stone as 1080 is now. My ocd wants to keep synced up with that so to say. Stupid reasoning to avoid 1440p?

Second question, any recommendations given my preference of an ips glossy screen? Probably in the 20"-26" range.

Ips with >60 Hz refresh is gonna be $$$ no matter what i presume?
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FrederickCrengerstudge.mar - Thu, 03 Nov 2016 23:06:23 EST ID:Jx5GfKjc No.120055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>120051
one more random question (yeah i know board isn't super fast, but addy...):

anyone with EVGA 1060gtx 6gb (single fan SC; 06G-P4-6163-KR) that could recommend a stable driver version? nb
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AugustusFanfield.pwl - Fri, 04 Nov 2016 16:55:45 EST ID:sI70p1Q3 No.120059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
1440p is great at 25-27 inches or in a VR headset. People shit on it because the 1080p upscaling isn't perfect but you're not going to notice it outside of text, especially if the density is high. If you're going to use the extra resolution for something other than vidya, it's a no brainer. If not, I would say that 60% more pixels ain't what it used to be (i.e. 1280x1024 to 1080p).

As for recommendations, I only follow dirt cheap Korean monitors. It doesn't sound like that's for you.
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ShitDuckfield.sys - Sun, 06 Nov 2016 19:16:28 EST ID:7F/QA+Tm No.120066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
My best advice is try it out somewhere.
Price wise it's basically no difference if you buy IPS displays, and yes that's a good choice, TN still sucks, no matter what some "tests" that are basically marketing articles say.

Answer this questions for yourself:
  • Are you fine playing games at below native resolution on a 4k monitor?
Then get 4k.
  • Do you want to be unaffected by desktop scaling issues?
Then get 1440p.

Or you get get a 40" 4k monitor if you want ;)
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NicholasPottingwetch.vbx - Thu, 10 Nov 2016 00:06:46 EST ID:zmxCRn+u No.120074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120055
please explain this picture to me
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AugustusCrucklewut.mpp - Mon, 28 Nov 2016 19:27:58 EST ID:Jx5GfKjc No.120159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120051
So i got a 24" viewsonic WQHD or w/e...2560x1440...cuz that dot pitch.

How do you overlock monitors generally? It didnt have a problem with 75Hz but I didnt try games or anything. Do they just suddenly blow up...? wat is the danger


Windows Explorer Replacement by ErnestFuckingfoot.mov - Sun, 13 Nov 2016 06:39:08 EST ID:L/v5xr5K No.120087 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Yes /tech/, I know, inferior windows, so sorry. But it is what I know best

Does anyone here use any Explorer replacements like:
Explorer++
FreeCommander
Xplorer²

If you've used multiple, then what's your favorite and why?
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JarvisBussledetch.pwl - Mon, 14 Nov 2016 11:33:33 EST ID:09ytMPEF No.120090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120088
Something I found out the other day that blew my mind;
If you're using windows 7 and you have an explorer window open and you want to open a command line at that location, just type 'cmd' in the address bar.
I do have a 'open a command window here' right click powertool plugin, so maybe thats what gives the feature, worth a try though
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CharlesTurveyford.cpp - Mon, 14 Nov 2016 22:23:37 EST ID:fLMkS43j No.120093 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120090
I don't have that tool but it still worked for me. Holy crap, I could have used this years ago.
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NigelGunnerhood.dot - Tue, 15 Nov 2016 00:17:13 EST ID:L/v5xr5K No.120094 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>120090
Holy shit it works in windows 10 too.

Not a huge gamechanger for me since Shift+Right-Click also offered this option
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CedricCrondlesun.gz - Tue, 15 Nov 2016 11:15:22 EST ID:ltE1+gRi No.120096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120090
I do have the powertool on XP, and cmd in the windows explorer address bar doesn't work, so it must be a 7 (or vista) and up feature
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JohnBommlefield.msg - Sun, 27 Nov 2016 12:53:12 EST ID:A9kFJby2 No.120149 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120090

Probably not recommended, but I just found out that typing "admin://" into nautilus will give you root in the filemanager (with a pw, of course). I wonder if it works with other linux file managers.


Desktop Sharing Thread by ClaraSushwill.zip - Wed, 02 Nov 2016 22:44:02 EST ID:9e48kULi No.120040 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Unlike the other chan, 420 never seems to have a desktop thread going. Hopefully this will change that. Here's mine. Please share your desktop friends. Jahbless.
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JamesPittridge.maq - Fri, 11 Nov 2016 08:15:42 EST ID:JAww0rdQ No.120083 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120082
NEETechnologies?
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FannyPinkinstone.pps - Fri, 11 Nov 2016 09:17:39 EST ID:I3StNWQx No.120084 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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pretty boring. wallpaper is something i found searching "vaporwave hacker" but honesty, i wanted something goofier. like a guy in a hoody with shades and fingerless gloves would be better.

gnomeshell with ciliora-secunda for the theme
gtk theme is vertex-maia, but i may have tweaked it a bit
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HamiltonGrimwell.tga - Sat, 12 Nov 2016 01:33:04 EST ID:vYIc+dOc No.120085 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120083
eat shit m8
nah you're alright, not a NEET unfortunately. it is the dream I aspire to
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WalterBrorryman.ocx - Wed, 16 Nov 2016 17:34:57 EST ID:7XLZas14 No.120102 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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very simple. arch linux with i3 window manager, feh to set the background to a photo I took with my phone from a window and edited randomly. I don't even see my desktop most of the time because of dat tiling window manager
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PhyllisBirrystodge.xls - Sat, 26 Nov 2016 08:17:19 EST ID:w/BehXM7 No.120145 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>120040
> 420 never seems to have a desktop thread going

Know your imageboad ;)

https://boards.420chan.org/w/


Mechanical keyboard by EmmaHoneyford.mid - Fri, 25 Nov 2016 20:50:39 EST ID:31imfGNV No.120142 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Between ck104 and ck108, which is more cost x benefit?

http://www.gearbest.com/keyboards/pp_298472.html#lkid=10232010
http://www.gearbest.com/keyboards/pp_358748.html#lkid=10232015
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FuckGozzleway.htm - Fri, 25 Nov 2016 21:56:12 EST ID:ttRTloQG No.120144 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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EdwinTootman.aif - Sun, 27 Nov 2016 21:48:07 EST ID:L/v5xr5K No.120151 Ignore Report Quick Reply
mmm for mah monney, bulbasaurs prolly the best
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AugustusCrucklewut.mpp - Mon, 28 Nov 2016 19:22:17 EST ID:Jx5GfKjc No.120158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120142
Anyone have an opinion on low-profile keys? Only seen one maybe myself but can't be bothered to dig the link.


What.CD Killed by PollyBlythewater.dxf - Fri, 18 Nov 2016 01:42:34 EST ID:L/v5xr5K No.120109 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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He's dead Jim! For good! Fuck.
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LillianSogglelit.xif - Mon, 21 Nov 2016 05:59:50 EST ID:xsDcB1Wx No.120131 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120116
Fuck off tripfag.

Bunch of fucking illiterate retards on this board.
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JennyDecklechut.mod - Mon, 21 Nov 2016 10:31:25 EST ID:i2ghHoHG No.120132 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120116
seconded. you can find damn near anything there.

>>120131
lol are you high?
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ArchieNondergold.pdf - Thu, 24 Nov 2016 07:09:43 EST ID:12sWPPz4 No.120140 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You guys really don't understand how What.CD was if you're saying those things. Every thread about it ever devolves into an argument about this, so I won't be aggressive, but it was incredible. Over two million torrents organized perfectly, very strict standards, there were 'collages' where you could download every release from one label at once or from some list from a magazine or what have you, just beautiful. Lots of textbooks and comics and software as well

>mfw the same day it went down I plugged in my external HD and found that, by means unknown to me, 300gb of music I had built up over 6 years had been erased completely
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NellGrimshaw.bas - Thu, 24 Nov 2016 22:49:58 EST ID:NyROy43o No.120141 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120140
I hope faggots like you buy merch and go to shows to support the bands you listen to. Unless you like shitty pop.
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WesleyCranningfetch.pm3 - Fri, 25 Nov 2016 20:53:00 EST ID:vYIc+dOc No.120143 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120141
100% buy merch and go to gigs if they come my way.
I don't give a shit doing that for film and tv shows tho


webm by CedricCigglespear.mp3 - Thu, 10 Nov 2016 03:58:20 EST ID:2REKGlqx No.120076 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's the best way to resize a webm?
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WilliamFerrybury.pm - Thu, 10 Nov 2016 08:06:29 EST ID:JAww0rdQ No.120077 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120076
You have to re-encode it. ffmpeg is pretty good once you get to grips with it, but learning all the switches and commands to use can take some time. Plus I end up encoding about 5-10 times depending on the content, length, size limitation etc.

I can write up some example command lines if you like.
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IanClorringleck.grp - Thu, 10 Nov 2016 13:16:43 EST ID:2ek3vL6q No.120078 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There's a tool called WebM For Retards that works as an easy frontend for ffmpeg. Or there was a tool called that. Github went full SJEW over it so it might be called something else.
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CarolineSattinggold.mp3 - Thu, 10 Nov 2016 15:34:20 EST ID:7F/QA+Tm No.120079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
avidemux
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CorneliusShittingfuck.clp - Wed, 23 Nov 2016 07:20:43 EST ID:5xosC4Cz No.120135 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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XMedia Recode

it's not super-polished or anything, but it's a good GUI (click and point interface) that uses ffmpeg libraries for ppl not comfortable with the command-line

drag your video onto the list
pick webm for format
then under filter/preview pick resolution
you can tinker with other settings like audio/no audio, bitrate, two-pass encoding, audio codecs, etc
when you're ready, click add to queue, then click encode. voila!


Linux. Why don't you use it? by NicholasClaydock.inf - Fri, 18 Sep 2015 03:21:31 EST ID:0WFsBYSD No.117274 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It's faster, more secure, more ethical, 'just works' and is free. Why don't you use it? Is change that hard? Is that 56k modem driver still getting your panties in a twist? What is it?
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EdwardHinnerhall.phtml - Sun, 20 Nov 2016 13:56:23 EST ID:hIFTvrzf No.120121 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>117752
>>117749
same here. linux is great, but it can't come close to creative software available on mac (and windows). Same goes for android vs iOS.
Music software on android is inherently broken at the core.
Maybe if i were aphex twin.

Anyway you can still do all the command line stuff on mac. one of the things i loved about using linux a while ago was the amazing community of helpful nerds on sites like askubuntu. if you're smart, you can get these same linux nerd tips to apply to your mac.
Windows, haven't used it since i was 14 cause i don't play games
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HenryHidgedock.hlp - Mon, 21 Nov 2016 02:55:19 EST ID:fkordFtY No.120125 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120053
kde is fine. So is gnome, whatever. Dig into BSD, I think mint looks and works like shit. Just my opinion. I always hated mint, ubuntuu from day one. Way back. Althout mint had an wriglegs gum aftertaste that was nice for a few minutes.
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OliverDartwater.ani - Mon, 21 Nov 2016 04:47:23 EST ID:C64MhOMG No.120127 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120125
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OliverDartwater.ani - Mon, 21 Nov 2016 04:50:02 EST ID:C64MhOMG No.120128 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>120127
you not like gnome?
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OliverDartwater.ani - Mon, 21 Nov 2016 04:51:02 EST ID:C64MhOMG No.120129 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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the retareds coming in


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