Anybody know of any modern deniable-encryption software for Linux?

Everyone knows about the Fun Safe Math compiler flag, but you also need to make sure you turn on the -fPIC flag for your Platform-Independent Code, and -march on non-pipelined processors (to make instructions March in single file).

Gentoo binpkges + xen guests = <3

Portage makes it so easy to provision new guests, I love it.

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us fucking over the world pol, fuck liberals Show more

We had a visit from bailiffs today. We owe council tax about £1300

I have £40 to my name even if I maxxed everything out. They can give 2 days notice before breaking in and removing goods

I though this was covered back in march, but apparently that was a different year

I'm desparate. I have some contract work on, but it's a while until it pays and I still have rent to pay, not to mention I'm barely scraping by on contracts right now

If anyone can help, my PayPal is

sci-fi idea: a text file is found on a server somewhere. just line after line of seemingly random 64-byte strings. but then someone finds that each string's sha1sum begins with 16 zeros, implying whoever made the file had an absolutely ludicrous amount of computing power. but who could've made it...

gcc updates are such a pain, having to compile the update twice.

I really need a binpkg autobuild server.

Why Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez dropped into a 'Donkey Kong 64' session on Twitch

"In an effort to raise awareness for Mermaids, the Congresswoman chatted about discrimination and economic hardship experienced by the trans community.

"It makes these issues much more acute in their crises than they usually are on average for other people," she said. "So it's important that we do talk about these issues in the economic frame, but not let go of the fact that that discrimination is a core reason for the economic hardship."

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I did manage to find a really good thunder effect, though - can't wait to blow out my actor's eardrums.

I'm using largely 8-bit sound effects for my upcoming show; not because I enjoy lo-fi sound, but because our monitors will distort them anyways.

Expanding on the previous toot: I met dmr when he visited Italy in the late 70s to talk about Unix at the University of Milan. He spent an hour on the talk and God knows how many hours answering questions. My memories as a child are of a burly man with an American accent talking like a "kind giant" about stuff I loved. Right at the end I built up the courage to go and ask him something which bugged me enormously at the time (remember, this is pre-ANSI C) which was how printf() managed to have…

@cynicalsecurity I think kindness is best, generally. I've seen Linus with young coders though, and he's very decent.

The ire seems to come out toward those that he deems should know better.

multiple arguments. First of all he asked me if I knew C and then if I had learned about pointers. So I explained that they were taught to me using the example of a long road with many houses and that you could talk about a house using the house number or by placing an arrow outside it. The arrow was special because you could move it around as needed. I remember him smiling and then proceeding to explain printf() to me using this model.

This is who you should strive to be. Not Linus, not Theo.

I'm brand new here and would love to introduce myself, please feel free to call me Matthew, Matt, or Mattie c:

I'm still settling into actively practicing magick but would describe myself as a practical green witch, though I'm still on the fence for the moment.

Besides being a witch, I'm ftm transgender (he-him pronouns), pan, and poly along with being an art student.

My familiar Petite and I are excited to gather information and research like hell during 2019 :blobcatsurprised:

We must reject GCHQ’s newest “ghost” proposal for what it is: a mandated encryption backdoor.

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