Let's imagine I have pizza pictures stored in my home server, so I encrypt it with whatever Linux uses to encrypt an entire disk. But I also want efficient single-file backups like rsync, not "dd an entire 1TB disk every night". If I simply use a rsync cron job it will copy the files unencrypted, right? How can I have efficient backups with full-disk encryption?
rsync the mounted cleartext to a cleartext mount of another encrypted volume
(lots of overhead)
rsync the ciphertext itself to the other volume
(may not be sufficiently flexible, depending on requirements)
>"You can do anything on it!"
>"Except for things it doesn't allow you to do"
Linux is a shitload of bloatware atop a mound of binary blobs. Unix philosophy is basically dead, and it is time to come to terms with this. Imagine how beautiful a world where no cycle went to waste. Imagine how much more performance you would get from everything. It's really too bad the only original style Unix platforms have all gone to shit.
Wasted cycles are the least of the problems of today's Ganoo Linux though.
Why is this extension so based? I used to be a ABP shill until I tried uBlock Origin. Not only it blocks everything but is up and running as soon as I open the browser, unlike ABP which has like 5-10 seconds delay.
Also post your uBlock stats thread, I guess.
> 129928 or 14%
This is /dpt/, the best subreddit of /g/
Umaru-chan edition, the best of all editions.
In this thread:
code of conduct:
no sexual harassment
no gender discrimination
wat r u working on, anon-chan ?
>no sexual harassment
>no gender discrimination
Coworker has me fixing her laptop but neglected to give me a password. I have no way to reach her for a few days. So what are my options for accessing her files before formatting?
Boot from a Windows CD, launch cmd, replace utilman.exe with cmd.exe in your system32 directory, reboot to login screen, launch Ease of Access, cmd will come up instead
>net user coworkersusername newpasswordtobeset
Windows security is a bit of a joke.
>mbp retina with terabyte harddrive
>windows 10 and el capitan on it
Feels great to have the greatest laptop on earth
Optimization story: Switching from GMP to gcc's __int128 reduced run time by 95%
Who here had one of these bad boys?
Region lock is bullshit.
What's the easiest way to get a region-free blu ray player in Europe? It needs to support 3D.
>mfw this exists
It looks like a really, really shitty keyboard, but I might get it just for the novelty.
Careful not to cut yourself on that edge dude.
Your face when most people on /g/ don't recognize any of these people.
I'm building my first ever PC by the end of this month, I want it to be future proof or atleast get 3 years out of it, it will be mostly used for gaming and browsing, not gonna be rendering shit or streaming or anything like that, and this is the build. Posting here to ask you guys will all this be compatible or do I need to change some stuff, what do you guys recommend.
Scratch the belkin mouse pad. I've had 2, they separate from the membrane in weeks.
>Dead LGA1150 Socket mobo/cpu
>meme 212 with it
Go 1151 so you don't have to change moon's in the future and get a beefier cooler if you're going i7.
Don't jew yourself with this POS.
Go 980/980ti or 390 (x)/Fury (x)
Especially since you want to go i7, it's capability will be wasted.
>Shit tier mouse
Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
hey /g/, I just discovered that my roomate stole some of my clothes and other belongings. How do I fuck up his xbox?
does pic related work?
would a strong magnet work?
What is the best way to discreetly fuck up an xbox one?
I have tried shaking the fucking thing and pouring water down it.
Since I don't play shitty console games, I can't figure out how the fuck to do pic related. What is the settings screen? Xbox One looks all fucked up and jibble jarbled.
Basically, how do I get to this menu?
I don't own a fucking xbox, or playstation.
160K opus vs 320K mp3 vs 256K AAC
Are noise cancelling headphones worth it?
What's your experience with them?
I've read that they do well with low frequency noises, like an engine running, but how well would they work to cancel the noise of people talking on a public setting like a restaurant or coffee shop?
Passive noise isolation is better.
Get some closed headphones or eardildos
>Are noise cancelling headphones worth it?
Not really unless you're at work or something.
>What's your experience with them?
I've owned 3 types of them.
>well do they work
Pretty good if there is music playing. But you look retarded with them on in public.
Just get some IEM's