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Posted on 19-03-18, 17:10 (revision 1)

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In mpv and VLC, all you have to do is drag and drop the audio file on the video and it attaches. And at least in mpv, it automatically adds any audio file with the same name in the same folder as a new audio track to choose. Of course this doesn't work if you have multiple dubs (unless you put them in one .mka file with multiple streams), but if you only have one official dub you'd like to ship it should be fine.

Also, you can bundle the international encodes (raws/non-hard fansubs) for convenience. Then you could back up just the audio files, and only keep a temporary copy of the video for seeding that can be found elsewhere anyway.

It's curious that only Russia does it this way, while the rest of the world still insist on muxing everything into one file. It would become much easier to make fansubs if you don't have to worry about the legal aspect of it all or bother with encodes.

If the streams are separated into several files, people may only download the files they're interested in, making it harder to ensure the torrent's completeness. Sooner or later the unpopular files are no longer backed by the swarm.

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Posted on 19-03-18, 19:30
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If the streams are separated into several files, people may only download the files they're interested in, making it harder to ensure the torrent's completeness. Sooner or later the unpopular files are no longer backed by the swarm.

If you have multiple dubs, you mean?
Yeah, that's true, but on the other hand the dubs might be possible to find inside another torrent. If you have five dubs and mux them together, now you get a new file, and it's all or nothing. If you don't then the original torrents might still work.
In this use case, it shouldn't be a big problem anyway. Audio is quite small (below 1 GB for a 2-cour series), and there aren't that many LatAm dubs of each series, compared to Russian where you usually have three or more.

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Posted on 19-03-26, 16:05 (revision 2)
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For those of us using old Debian at home: Wheezy and Jessie were recently removed from the main mirror network, and this includes the backports repos:

https://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2019/03/msg00006.html

Only architectures currently supported by Jessie LTS remains on the main repo servers (everything else is now archived at archive.debian.org), which means that effectively it has become "update to Stretch or die", and there will be no more backports available for Jessie. (Even if your architecture is one of the few still supported by LTS, the clock is running: support ends in June 2020). Nobody cares about Wheezy anymore, and I seriously HOPE you aren't using it now!

The change entered in effect a few days ago, and it took me for surprise when doing a routine apt-get update, when I noticed that the jessie-backports repos were 404ing.

Welp, this means I'll have to update my remaining Jessie laptops to Stretch soon (one of which may not survive the upgrade as it has serious ACPI troubles with 4.x kernels because ACPI is a complete trainwreck built over very questionable foundations), endure MATE GTK3 braindeadness, kiss my last good KDE4 setup goodbye, and in general advance one step further to the death of Linux in the desktop and the personal computer era :/

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Posted on 19-03-26, 16:43
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What about running a Frankenstein system where you build your own kernel and keep the old versions of MATE and KDE?

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I did exactly that for 6 years (December 2006 - September 2012) with my Fedora Core 6 setup, for many, MANY reasons (from proprietary ATi video drivers to newer Fedora versions being complete crap, and a lot of stuff in between)

Needless to say, it was short of being a complete nightmare. At some point it goes from being a fun experience to a unmanageable disaster: some things were low hanging fruit (.rpms for LibreOffice retaining compatibility with ancient distros, building custom kernels were not difficult), others became major annoyances (Firefox stopped being compatible after FF17 or so, building FFmpeg/VLC from scratch required rebuilding a shitton of libraries missing/obsolete on the base distro), to outright impossible tasks (Clementine was flat-out incompatible with everything on FC6, custom built or not).

By then, my bored college student Friday-night-tinkering-nerd days were over: I wanted some stability and the ability to stay up to date without breaking the atom in half. That's when I did the switch to Debian, where things were far more stable and less-breakage-prone than in Red Hat lands. I don't want to go back to those years, no sir! As I've said in countless other threads in the last two incarnations of the bBoards: I'm too old for this crap.

I guess I'll bite the bullet and just update my Dell to Stretch (DSL stability permitting), but only after doing some intense cleanup AND imaging the HDD partition. I run five Debian setups at home:

- Saki, the routerbox (32-bit): The road is already over, as Debian dropped support for i586 CPUs (of which Saki uses one, a Pentium MMX @ 225MHz) with Stretch (this extends to jessie-backports too, so no new kernel fun either). Since I stick to the base repos, I'll be fine until June 2020, after that I guess it will be time for looking for a new distro, or retiring this machine for good :/
- HP laptop (32-bit): Has serious ACPI problems with kernel 4.9 (the latest one available for Jessie through backports), and I doubt the situation would improve with anything newer. I only use this machine for reading my email, so I don't mind sticking with Jessie until the EOL date.
- IBM box I sometimes use as a TV (32-bit): Already running Stretch.
- Dell laptop (64-bit): Time to update to Stretch, damned be the consequences :/
- Asus laptop (64-bit): Already running Stretch, might hop on to Buster when The Freeze happens.

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Posted on 19-03-26, 18:48

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At least Windows should retain compatibility with your hardware, right? So you could run your distro(s) in a VM. ;)

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Posted on 19-03-26, 21:46
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No, I mean the opposite. You switch over to Stretch, but make your own... frontports? It should be much less of a maintenance burden, and if you tire of it or it goes to hell upgrading wouldn't be much extra work.

As for the HP laptop, depending on how much you need the battery, you could just disable ACPI.

For Saki, how about Alpine Linux? It might take some tinkering, but it's not the rolling release bleeding edge Russian roulette of Arch.

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Why not a BSD?

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No, I mean the opposite. You switch over to Stretch, but make your own... frontports? It should be much less of a maintenance burden, and if you tire of it or it goes to hell upgrading wouldn't be much extra work.

As for the HP laptop, depending on how much you need the battery, you could just disable ACPI.

For Saki, how about Alpine Linux? It might take some tinkering, but it's not the rolling release bleeding edge Russian roulette of Arch.


1) It's the very same thing, basically. Building things like MATE is not trivial (I tried it once back in the sane GNOME2 era... and ended with a broken laptop). I'm getting used to suck, and I've been using the braindamaged GTK3 MATE, so... #FML. (Also: I can afford losing KDE - wonder if Trinity has good enough packages for Stretch, as I've been itching for testing that KDE 3.5 fork for years)

2) HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAnope. "Disable ACPI" and "laptops" is like saying "you know, motor oil can be used for cooking because it's oil, right?". Not a chance, dude. Fortunately kernel 3.16 (Jessie's default) works like a champ. This laptop can't run anything past XP anyway, but as long as it boots I'll keep using it for light duties, like reading email or playing VNs.

3) I'll review my options for 2020 (assuming both my computers and me survive by then: looks like it's bad caps season at home again). Fortunately I have enough spare HDDs for experimenting.

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Why not a BSD?

Do I look like a systemd defector? Do I hate myself enough? Am I 20 again?
I'll stick to Linux, dudes and dudettes. I know *BSDs shine at networking tasks. I'm not interested into pursuing a sysadmin career.

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Posted on 19-03-27, 16:18
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Well, for a desktop environment probably, but would it be so much work compiling the kernel with buildroot and all? I can't remember feeling an urge to update my kernel, ever, so it shouldn't have to be done very often. Unless you have bad luck with the security vulnerabilities or introduce new hardware, I don't see why you would have to update at all. If there aren't any security vulnerabilities or critically important features, why even bother updating the system?

Also, what's so special about MATE? I'm using XFCE, and I don't see any big differences compared to what I remember of GNOME 2 except for the default panel layout and bundled software, both of which suck but can be trivially fixed. You could probably configure it to look like MATE and install their default applications through the repos if you want.

Doesn't i386 software run on i586 CPUs just fine? If so, you could run Debian Extended LTS to mid-2021 and possibly longer.

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The next big update to Windows 10 is nearing completion (v1903). It has now entered the Preview Ring of testing. Aside from some minor glitches in 2 parts of the UI it seems to be working fine, it also restores my ability to use Intel VT-d functionality which was causing the O/S to freeze early in the boot up phase ever since v1803 (Creator Update) released.

Edit: VT-d support is still busted in modern Windows 10 O/S. random hard hardware failure that results in the PC rebooting even though I've configured Windows to not reboot in the event of a BSOD. Event Viewer indicates it may have something to do with hyperviseriommupolicy being forcibly enabled (warning says it could potentially result in system instability), adding the relevant BCD entry to disable it doesn't stop Windows from thinking it's forcibly enabled... only disabling VT-d will stop Windows from thinking it's forcibly enabled.

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Posted on 19-04-11, 10:59 (revision 1)
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HAHAHAHAHA Microsoft, please, STOP TRYING!

In other news, support for the last surviving branch of Windows XP (POSReady 2009) just ended two days ago.

If your bank still runs that thing on their ATMs or your nearest supermarket PoS terminals are still up with POSReady 2009... well, who am I lying?! Most likely they're still running vanilla XP SP2 so nothing will change, your personal information is already compromised in half of the countries of the world, big data breaches are the new normal, blah blah blah.

The remarkable bit of all this is that people were using a registry hack to force-install POSReady patches into vanilla XP (with "reasonable" results - I don't know as I never tried), but that road finally hit a brick wall.

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Posted on 19-04-11, 15:20
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What's wrong with supporting legacy software?

A few hours ago, I opened YouTube to see what was going on with the Assange stuff. And it turns out, you apparently need DRM to watch livestreams. Et tu, Mozilla.

So it got me thinking, how long until YouTube enables this for all videos? No ad blockers, no downloading videos, no playing music on your phone in the background. Just pure YouTube™ experience. Presumably, they're waiting for a large enough chunk of their user base to support this "feature".

The implementation wouldn't be hard. Modern CPUs and GPUs both support DRM, and Google has direct control over Chrome. Just flip the switch and go.

They can't plug the analog hole! Someone will crack it, I'm sure.
How are you going to record the video?
An Android phone? I'm sure they'll allow that. Try taking an image of some currency and opening it in Photoshop and see what happens. There's no reason Google couldn't leverage their complete vertical integration to force manufacturers to scan all camera images in the same way, and display those patterns on the screen just like printers already do. This also helps solve crimes because an image of someone's phone screen could be used to trace the perpetrator, and because you could attribute anonymous video definitely.

An iPhone? They'll follow suit so that their users may watch YouTube. It would also be a huge selling point: if all images are under hardware DRM, it wouldn't be possible for someone to take screenshots of your Snapchats. And even if they did manage to crack the encryption, good luck displaying them.

A good old camcorder? You might be able to record it, but how do you intend to play or share it? For how long do you reckon good old camcorders will keep getting sold when it's as cheap to sell "smart" cameras? Most televisions take HDCP, so that part of the pipeline is locked down. This leaves a device to remove the watermarking. How?

Sure, your computer might work now, but for how long? Laptops are getting replaced by tablets, and to kids growing up now mice will be what floppy disks are to those who grew up using DOS. Sure, there'll still be desktops for gaming, but how are you going to get DirectX 12 without Windows 10? Any day, Microsoft could push an update that checks all media getting played for such watermarks with the TPM module in the CPU, and nothing could be done about it. Nothing obliges Intel to keep supporting Linux distributions (other than the server market, but they run Xeons anyway). And on mobile, things are already fucked. Good luck getting Google to approve sideloading DRM circumvention apps.

Cherish your legacy software while you still have it.

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Posted on 19-04-11, 16:41
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Cherish your legacy software while you still have it.


Or, you know, run Linux and Open Source.

The more I learn where proprietary software is headed, the more i realize Stallman was right on the money all along.

There are today open source applications as good as or even better than professional versions for content creation. Apps like Krita or Audacious.

So, if they ever try it... No in fact I dare them to try it. :)
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Cherish your legacy software while you still have it.


Or, you know, run Linux and Open Source.

Or, you know, do NOT use any of those DRM-encumbered services.
I prefer to live in the void, without access to any kind of information rather than be forced to navigate a insecurity theater where I'm considered a delinquent before even entering the premises (just like most brick-and-mortar shops do in real life over here). Fuck Netflix, fuck YouTube, fuck Hollywood, fuck Google, and while we're at there, fuck Mozilla too.

That sounds like the people that try their hardest to force me to move to a smartphone. Both of my RAZRs just broke within days apart one from each other, so I guess I'll move to a $10 2G PoS (if I ever could afford it), because at least said $10 PoS can only do two things, and do it well: calls AND texts. Fuck WhatsApp, it's a real shame that people have come to rely on that proprietary Farcebook garbage to supplement our failed phone networks :/ Pick your poison: communism or savage capitalism.


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The more I learn where proprietary software is headed, the more i realize Stallman was right on the money all along.

There are today open source applications as good as or even better than professional versions for content creation. Apps like Krita or Audacious.

So, if they ever try it... No in fact I dare them to try it. :)


Too bad Stallman is a loon that I can't take it seriously. The guy has some good points, cold hard facts on privacy/surveillance/etc... but for each truth he says, he came up with a pile of politics/technophobe BS I can't stand, and therefore I tend to ignore him and instead I analyze stuff on my own.

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Posted on 19-04-11, 22:30
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Cherish your legacy software while you still have it.


Or, you know, run Linux and Open Source.

The more I learn where proprietary software is headed, the more i realize Stallman was right on the money all along.

There are today open source applications as good as or even better than professional versions for content creation. Apps like Krita or Audacious.

So, if they ever try it... No in fact I dare them to try it. :)

But how are you going to run Linux without hardware support?
Intel has been spending actual money on making their hardware work on Linux, developing drivers for "free". The GPU manufacturers generally didn't bother much, because most people gaming didn't use Linux anyway so there was no point.
If Intel would draw the (fairly reasonable) conclusion, "Moore's law is dead, the cloud is the future, we must focus on protecting dynamic media technology," nothing prevents them from saying that their CPUs won't run unsigned code anymore. This already came close to happening once with Secure Boot, and they only were saved thanks to harsh criticism.

Remember that "harsh criticism stopped X" is only correct for a very peculiar interpretation of stopped. Take Article 13, for instance. Lots of protests against it, they "stop" it. A while later, they have at it again, confident that they've "resolved" the issues. This process repeats until nobody cares anymore.

Having open source software won't help you if the only thing it's good for is to print out on paper and hang on the wall.

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Or, you know, do NOT use any of those DRM-encumbered services.
I prefer to live in the void, without access to any kind of information rather than be forced to navigate a insecurity theater where I'm considered a delinquent before even entering the premises (just like most brick-and-mortar shops do in real life over here). Fuck Netflix, fuck YouTube, fuck Hollywood, fuck Google, and while we're at there, fuck Mozilla too.

That sounds like the people that try their hardest to force me to move to a smartphone. Both of my RAZRs just broke within days apart one from each other, so I guess I'll move to a $10 2G PoS (if I ever could afford it), because at least said $10 PoS can only do two things, and do it well: calls AND texts. Fuck WhatsApp, it's a real shame that people have come to rely on that proprietary Farcebook garbage to supplement our failed phone networks :/ Pick your poison: communism or savage capitalism.

It's not insecurity theater, like the security scanning at airports and more like the "security scanning" in Xinjiang, which in fact has been very effective and will become more effective as technology "improves".

DRM is pointless if it's only in hardware, but to reverse-engineer a modern Intel CPU is, for all intents and purposes, impossible. Your old web browsers will likewise be useless whenever they deprecate HTTP and eventually block it.

Here's some food for thought: ISPs want clean IP ranges and want to optimize their service around the masses. If the masses all either use smartphones for which gracious Google provides updates for free or Windows 10, and they start requiring DRM all the way through, what happens?

1. Downstream ISPs start to block any "unsafe" network traffic that the magic Intel chip didn't get signed for you
2. Downstream ISPs do nothing because they're fucking lazy
3. Downstream ISPs suddenly start caring about privacy

Consider that any criminals would flock to both Linux and ISPs in group 2 and 3, and that upstream ISPs could take action too (especially under pressure from Google)

I tried to do switch over to a feature phone, because smartphones are just not worth the hassle. The result? Nope, you can't use your SIM card, has to be a 3G phone because it's a 3G card because of course the security. Good luck even using anything but VoIP in ten years' time. That's what will happen to HTTP and eventually the machines you have now as well, after which they will be replaced by a tablet with keyboard running Windows 10 and only taking apps from the Microsoft Store.

You're going to look back at Windows 10 as "the good old days" when you still could tinker with the software. And people are going to argue endlessly about whether gracious Google or benevolent Microsoft gives you more freedom to sideload apps.

The hard fact of the matter is that people who use computers (as opposed to smartdevices) are very rapidly becoming a minority. So far, power users have been able to take advantage of economies of scale. But if the only ones into privacy are 1) you and 2) criminals, where does that leave you?

If you want a taste of the brave new world, here's a simple way to Experience Tomorrow, Today™: Download Tor Browser. Start using it exclusively for everything. Don't use any old e-mails, only register new ones. Using your phone number to verify is cheating, obviously.

Bonus points, try to do it without enabling JS.

You wouldn't be Stallman, you'd be Kaczynski or at best Davis.

Posted by http://www.templeos.org:80/Wb/Home/Web/TAD/CIA.html">Terry Davis
The CIA wants all code in the cloud under their lock and key. They want to ban compilers and make people think HTML is computer programming. They want to evaporate desktops so you have no local computer, just massive cloud computers.

Posted by Rob Pike
I want no local storage anywhere near me other than maybe caches. No disks, no state, my world entirely in the network. Storage needs to be backed up and maintained, which should be someone else's problem, one I'm happy to pay to have them solve.

The world should provide me my computing environment and maintain it for me and make it available everywhere. If this were done right, my life would become much simpler and so could yours.


I used to think Terry Davis was insane when I first heard about him. But the more I read the stuff he wrote, the more I grow convinced that he was the only sane man around. Anyone interested can read his writings here:
1. https://web.archive.org/web/20161204224745/http://www.templeos.org/Wb/Home/Web/TAD/TAD.html
2. https://web.archive.org/web/20170531074519/http://www.templeos.org/Wb/Home/Web/TAD/TAD.html
(different dates, some new articles, some removed)

EpicRant1 is definitely worth the read, although his usage of language which in some circles is may be considered dated might put some people off; I don't wish to imply that I necessarily agree with his political views. Oldthinkers unbellyfeel Ingsoc, I suppose.

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Cherish your legacy software while you still have it.


Or, you know, run Linux and Open Source.

I'm not convinced Linux is a safe option. So much of that ecosystem is driven by large companies with agendas.

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Cherish your legacy software while you still have it.
Or, you know, run Linux and Open Source.
I'm not convinced Linux is a safe option. So much of that ecosystem is driven by large companies with agendas.
What then, FreeBSD?

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Cherish your legacy software while you still have it.
Or, you know, run Linux and Open Source.
I'm not convinced Linux is a safe option. So much of that ecosystem is driven by large companies with agendas.
What then, FreeBSD?
OpenBSD seems the safest active-development OS.

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OpenBSD seems the safest active-development OS.
Fair enough, I thought you were going to say FreeBSD.

Well, it's an okay medium-term solution, but in the long run, how are you going to install it on a tablet? Or interact with the greater Internet? Or even connect it to hardware? The BSDs (allegedly, never tried them) have bad hardware support now, so just imagine if the hardware manufacturers started becoming outright hostile and requiring DRM. Eventually, your old hardware will break, just like your old software.

And that's assuming Intel will even let you run unsigned code on their CPUs without a developer license, and that Microsoft doesn't one day decide to stop signing GRUB. Because criminals will flock to open-source alternatives as soon as Windows 10 starts implementing kernel-level DRM, they will either be forced to self-police (integrating DRM themselves), causing the criminals to move elsewhere, or they can choose to tolerate them ("the price of freedom"), causing them to get blacklisted.

It's trivial to include a new TCP extension with signature, verifying that this packet indeed was sent from an Approved Configuration™ (signed by CPU with hardware key), and packets without that header would just get treated like Tor.

FOSS won't help you here, and neither would alternative architectures like RISC-V. The death of the desktop is inevitable and only delayed by gaming.


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