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Jewtube WOn't support Palememe no moe Anonymous 02/04/2020 (Tue) 23:20:18 No.1483
FUCK JEWTUBE FUCK THEM Discuss
>not just using invidious Are you niggerlicious?
>>1485 invidious doesn't work for me, i use ublock and umatrix, umatrix might be the culprit i haven't checked, might end up doing jud that and stop being a niggercattle
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>>1483 >no moe >Using Pale Moon just to use it alongside YouTube That's like using Ungoogled Chromium, but having Google account anyway. >>1485 This. Remember to enable proxy in settings for maximum comfy. Snopyta.org provides Invidious instance with it enabled by default, and loads faster if you're europoor. There's also hidden services, and you can host your own. >>1486 That's because uMatrix blocks googlevideo.com, baka.
>>1486 The fuck do you mean it doesn't work? Just enable all the jewgle video media requests in uMatrix. It's infinitely superior to every other option. Invidious channel pages even have RSS feed links on them.
>be pale moon user >also visit the official forum to get help in case of problems and just give a hand if needed >for the past two weeks people kept spamming this issue by constantly making new threads like retards >also discussed here like it's the end of the world That said, anyone using a non-Google browser to access a Google service who believes Google will make an effort to make their services compatible with non-Google browsers, has an IQ lower than a nigger. Either wait for pale moon 29 or stop using Google services.
>>1487 >>1488 HEILED >>1491 since "fuck jewtube" stopped being supportedby the lain anon i just stumbled back to use youtube lazily, i'll get matrix configured and fuck this gay site.
>>1488 >Just enable all the jewgle video media requests in uMatrix. USE PROXY OR YOUTUBE-DL NIGGER >>1491 >also visit the official forum to get help in case of problems and just give a hand if needed <Visiting furfags forum and expecting any form of "help" Have you forgot about: https://github.com/jasperla/openbsd-wip/issues/86 already? >That said, anyone using a non-Google browser to access a Google service who believes Google will make an effort to make their services compatible with non-Google browsers, has an IQ lower than a nigger. OP is literally french, so it checks out.
>>1493 >youtube-dl youtube-dl return me error when i request format list, what up with that ?
>>1493 >Have you forgot about: https://github.com/jasperla/openbsd-wip/issues/86 already? <developers ask packager to respect the license <packager spergs out and doesn't follow the license <developers insist on getting the packager to follow the license <packager spergs out even more Yeah, I remember it.
>>1495 Which error did you got exactly? Anyway, I didn't meant just to use youtube-dl. Install mpv (or literally any other multimedia player), then type this into your runner or terminal: mpv https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fw--zRltlyE Should work fine for just watching JewTube videos.
>>1497 mpv https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3jfAH_SZbc [ytdl_hook] ERROR: This video is unavailable. [ytdl_hook] youtube-dl failed: unexpected error ocurred Failed to recognize file format.
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>>1483 >2020 >still using web browser to watch jewtube
>>1501 How else do you watch youtube?
>>1498 You're most likely using outdated youtube-dl version. Update it using this command: sudo youtube-dl -U Outdated SSL certificates might as also cause this error, so try using plain http protocol, if updating youtube-dl won't help you: mpv http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wF3kcQlOvQ4 >How do I update certificates? You're probably using packages like OpenSSH and ca-certificates, so update them. >>1503 This doesn't even show thumbnails, but might try it once for music as long as it's not bloat.
>>1504 OpenSSL*
invidious also supports RSS feeds, so you can just pipe those feeds into any RSS reader then open videos with mpv.
Palemoon has updated to the new but shitty yt UI
>>1483 Is that fucking GNOME? >>1522 God, I wished Ungoogled Chromium would finally fix this niggerlicious drag and drop extension bug, so I can abandon Pale Meme forever.
>>1527 >Gnome Yes i'm using this piece of shiet, it's fedora.
>>1528 >Yes i'm using this piece of shiet, it's fedora. But you know that Fedora supports install with other DEs, than just GNOME, do you? https://spins.fedoraproject.org/ https://alt.fedoraproject.org/ Also, good choice of first distro. Fedora is much better than Ubuntu for someone who's new to systemd/Linux. It can be even more bleeding edge than Arch. >500 TOR users are not allowed to post files. <Seems like I won't be able to post mine smug manga girls, again.
>>1529 >But you know that Fedora supports install with other DEs, than just GNOME, do you? yes vaguely but i haven't look into it, i might do now that you're telling me. thanks anon.
>>1529 can i change gnome on the fly with an other DE ?
>>1531 GNU/Linux's whole point is to give it's user full control over his OS, so the answer is yes. Considering how popular Fedora is, you will definitely find some guides on how to install DEs and uninstall your current GNOME 3. Next time, don't even ask such stupid questions. It's a waste of your time writing posts here, and later waiting on eventual replies. Especially when you could be just using your search engine to do the same thing, and do it much faster this way.
>>1532 tell me to rtfm next time if it's a pain for you to spoonfed once in a while.
>>1533 never used fedora but chances are you can just install one through a package manager then log out and choose the alternative somewhere on your log-in screen. again, never used it but I think xfce is the lightweight version of that sort of thing. I've used its file manager before.
>>1496 >respecting software licenses >wanting to run non-secure code on a OS designed to be as secure as possible >carrying water for furfags I think you're lost anon.
>>1533 It's Linux, you can install any DE and WM you want. You can even have multiple ones installed at the same time and select them from the log-in screen/CLI to try out new ones without losing your current one. Gnome used to be decent but the latest versions are cancer and have been for a long time.
>>1522 it's gay but I guess it could be worse. I made a userscript to change the main fonts to Times New Roman and it helps a bit, but now for some reason I can't block elements anymore, the niggers. If I try to block an element, it seems to highlight all elements of the same class.
Welcome to the walled garden. There has always been a walled garden. There will always be a walled garden. Welcome to the walled garden.
>>1534 >>1536 thanks a lot i'll try >>1504 >You're most likely using outdated youtube-dl version. Update it using this command: sudo youtube-dl -U did not help >OpenSSL updated but did not help i got fed up so i pulled it from the source with <sudo curl -L https://yt-dl.org/downloads/latest/youtube-dl -o /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl after removing it, now it work like it did, my version was from november 2019 and the sudo dnf install youtube-dl is broken and isn't up to date.
>>1563 You can also try youtube-viewer. There is even a gui for that.
Anyone still have that youtube local script that one anon made?
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Tangentially related but has anyone been getting shit like this when they try to use Youtube lately? I wanted to see if there were any funny videos btfoing dup last night and the first result wasn't even a video, but rather a link to a WaPo article about how Trump was destroying the environment, betraying allies, and destroying the educational system. Is this some sort of attempt to completely control what information people see and correct the record?
>>1566 This is why you should use another client for jewtube. A few were mentioned. Better yet, don't use it at all.
>>1569 But YouTube is where liberals go, where can I get my juicy salt tears?
>>1573 Use invidio.us or any of the dozen other instances of it. There's no reason to be using jewtube as your front-end for jewgle videos.
>>1575 How do you get liberal results with my sockpuppet account?
>>1577 I don't know what you mean. Stop being gay.
>>1579 What's gay about laughing at liberals?
>>1566 use filters you faggot
>>1580 Nothing, if that doesn't cost your freedom. Otherwise, you are no better than those you are laughing at.
>>1580 Wasting ur time is gay Giving attention to lemmings is gay Having fun is gay ur gay
>>1535 >>respecting software licenses How else can we guarantee our rights and freedoms? >>wanting to run non-secure code on a OS designed to be as secure as possible Pale Moon is more secure than Firefox. >>carrying water for furfags Hardly an argument.
I haven't touched youtube since they updated the TOS in november, I'drather burp up sardines.
>>1602 what change made you ragequit ?
>>1603 Different anon, but it'l probably the shit around possibly banning people using ad blockers. That's what made me finally set up RSS feeds to invidio.us for the few channels I still care to follow and give up on jewtube I just wish sponsor block would be updated to support invidio.us
>>1603 When it was bought by jewgle
Use invidio.us or at the very least hooktube. >>1486 In umatrix you must allow googlevideo shit in media, that's all you will need to do and if you are paranoid of threat profiling or being a TI you can use a vpn or a tunnel from behind and you're all set.
>>1566 The dems are scared of qmap.io DECLASS
>>1611 I'm using wireguard vpn on a droplet at digitalocean, is it any good ? I'm paying 5eu month for 2Tdata transfer
>>1611 <or at the very least hooktube. Hooktube is as bad as using YouTube at this point. <In umatrix you must allow googlevideo shit in media You COULD enable googlevideo requests in uMatrix, but why? Why don't you just tick the proxy setting in Invidious? Or just straight up use youtube-dl with your media player of choice.
Why do you watch videos at all? Video is bloat >lowest info to space ratio >low lossless compression ratio >therefore takes the most space >requires botnet hardware to watch >can't search, not indexed >can't easily be manipulated as plain text can be >full of meaningless filler and vfx to distract you from the info Read a book, brainlet.
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>>1487 The main (invidio.us) invidious instance hasn't just embedded googlevideo for quite a while now.>>1487
>>1625 try to learn glass blowing by reading nerd.
>>1632 toggle proxy setting in invidious bypass any need in umatrix change of parameter
>>1633 quality writing is what you are looking for
>>1636 unironically you can't, apprentice watch a master work for three years (3) before even touching any tools.
>>1637 I hope your video master will answer all of your questions and give you personal hands-on training.
>>1636 also >read a book >he complain of shitty vfx filler in viddeo when there is literally filler and personal opinion in beetween valuable information in books >>1638 i'm only arguing visual cue for learning as valuable as strict therical instruction on paper, if you hae a three digit IQ you'll understand that both medium are as important. and since they are different medium they have different qualities.
>>1640 Yes, both medium are important. That was not the point. Practically, person to person communication is the best way to transfer ideas. Most modern video don't perform well in that regard. Videos are inherently bloated except well made ones that justify their existance. But even the worse text can be searched and easily cropped out. Videos also require receivers to collect info at a rate determined by the producer. Watching them feels like sand slipping through your hands. Text can be read at your rate. Of course pitch correction solves some of that issue, I guess you see the point.
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>>1651 >old youtube >had a sort by popular/most viewed >could see recently commented on videos >suggestions weren't payed adverts >hardly any censorship (discounting post-viacom era) >wasn't owned by big tech I want to go back.
>>1632 >as a requirement to get rid of jewgle video you need to enable scripts to get proxy to work What a shitty trade-off. I could always just proxy google video myself. Not having javascript and invasive trackers is a bigger concern.
>>1656 You can do that with youtube-viewer as well without any jewscript. The point of invidio.us is everyone use the same proxy, that makes it hard to id users.
>>1643 yes we agree anon.
>>1661 >The point of invidio.us is everyone use the same proxy, that makes it hard to id users So the TORfag mentality? Doesn't work imo.
>>1686 <So the TORfag mentality? Doesn't work imo. Go back to pigchan, nigger. 8gaggers will love your kind there.
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>>1686 >imo <imo >imo <imo >imo
It's browser related, dunno if it would be better to make a new thread for it (someone else could do it if it is) >Waterfox sold to system1, an ad company [https://archive.ph/cDxkv] https://www.waterfox.net/blog/waterfox-has-joined-system1/
>>1686 >NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO STOP USING ACRONYMS THAT ARE AT LEAST 20 YEARS OLD
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>>1703 Is there any point to Waterfox since even the Windows builds of FF are primarily 64 bit?
What kind of web proxy do you use with your browser?
>>1707 It has a different name.
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>>1709 Tor with Tor Browser.
>>1686 >Doesn't work imo. At least attempt to justify your wrong and uninformed opionion.
To quote Matt A. Tobin, developer of Unified XUL Platform: > YouTube never supported Pale Moon, only Google Chrome and their controlled opposition (Firefox). Tor Project has a strong relationship with Mozilla (e.g. "Tor Uplift"), so no, Tor Browser isn't the alternative.
>>2024 > YouTube never supported Pale Moon, only Google Chrome and their controlled opposition (Firefox). Browsers don't need support from some company's website, including Google's YouTube in order to display it's content properly. This quote is beyond ridiculous. Browsers like Epiphany (GNOME Web now) or Midori still load YouTube's JavaScript properly, despite it "not being made" for them. Anyway, why would you even care about YouTube's support being deprecated in an Basilisk-based browser? The engine wasn't meant to be modern in the first place and it's not like you've should be watching nu-YouTube on it's official website. Past anons already said that it's best to just simply use Invidious or youtube-dl, which are much better alternatives for watching JewTube in the current year. >Tor Project has a strong relationship with Mozilla (e.g. "Tor Uplift") You've never actually read Tor's or TBB's source code, did you? First learn how x actually fucking works, then finally start implying that it's compromised while providing strong arguments with sources to them. Btw. Pale Moon also had a "strong relationship" with Mozilla once and a lot of Mozilla's code in the latest Pale Moon builds still hasn't been changed or audited. Does it too make it too compromised? >so no, Tor Browser isn't the alternative. I bet you've even posted this from your bare IP or some untrustworthy VPN. Sucks to be you. Actually, in fact what you're even doing here? This imageboard has it's own official .onion v3 address and that definitely makes it compromised and glow in the dark! For supporting something that Tor Project (Mozilla in your opinion) has made... what a disgrace!
>>2035 >Browsers like Epiphany (GNOME Web now) or Midori still load YouTube's JavaScript properly, despite it "not being made" for them. Fun fact: those two browsers use WebKit, which is what Blink (Google Chrome's engine) is based on. Needless to say, some of what Blink does is then ported to WebKit, essentially making every WebKit-based browser a clone of Google Chrome. >You've never actually read Tor's or TBB's source code, did you? Tor Browser is a version of Firefox though. Mozilla is also accepting changes in the browser to accomodate the needs of the Tor Browser, so yes, it has strong relationships with Mozilla. It's not compromised in terms of security (probably), but it's compromised in that Mozilla follows Google, giving it pretty much a monopoly over what can be done on the web.
"Because fuck web standards and shit."
>>2045 It's a "living standard" now. They don't even pretend to follow anything anymore. Whatever google shits out is the standard. New browser same problem. Fuck IE
>jewtube doesn't work- works for me? have you tried either updating and or changing your user agent? you really should be using an alternative portal anyway, youtube's main website is bloat
>>2041 just...like....recompile it..
>>2050 >eye am illiterate
>>2038 >Fun fact: those two browsers use WebKit, which is what Blink (Google Chrome's engine) is based on. Wrong. Blink is based on WebKit's component called WebCore, which was originally a fork of the KHTML and KJS libraries from KDE. >Tor Browser is a version of Firefox though. is a fork* >Mozilla is also accepting changes in the browser to accomodate the needs of the Tor Browser, so yes, it has strong relationships with Mozilla. When did I project that it doesn't have a strong relationship with Mozilla? Anyway, Tor Project has putted too much work into TBB. If they had the resources to switch to anything better, they would do so. Especially if you consider the fact about Tor Project having to remove all of Firefox ESR's components that is spyware. >>2046 That is sadly the truth, but at least you can edit the source code. If they'll ever take this right from me, then I'll definitely give up.
>>2071 which are spyware*
>>2071 >Wrong. Blink is based on WebKit's component called WebCore, which was originally a fork of the KHTML and KJS libraries from KDE. And then Google contributes back to WebCore, making WebKit, which uses WebCore, a "clone" of Blink, which in turn makes all WebKit-based browser "clone" of Google Chrome. It's ok to be pedantic, but don't lose the important bits, please. >When did I project that it doesn't have a strong relationship with Mozilla? When you thought that someone saying that Tor has strong relationships with Mozilla means the whole thing is compromised (which doesn't make sense and no one said anything like that.) It's right here in >>2035, please re-read it. You are answering to >>2024, quoting this part: "Tor Project has a strong relationship with Mozilla (e.g. "Tor Uplift")". You are not explicitly saying that there are no ties, but it sure came off as such. Maybe you should've used a different quote. >Especially if you consider the fact about Tor Project having to remove all of Firefox ESR's components that is spyware. Wouldn't moving to a browser with no spyware by default make things easier for them? I mean, if you have to put X hours to remove spyware before you are able to actually work on the important things, then moving to something without spyware means you can put those X hours into the important things, essentially giving you more resources. UXP (Unified XUL Platform) doesn't have built-in spyware (yes, I read the source code), meaning the Tor project could use the platform to build a browser on top of it, without wasting time removing things that aren't there to begin with.
>>2056 >Right now it isn't possible to run the pre-compiled tor browser bundle on musl libc >pre-compiled it's opensource and all you need to do to compile it is run ./configure and then make && make install. gitgud faggot. If you don't know how to compile shit, why are you running musl in the first fucking place?
Why is it that freetube (https://github.com/FreeTubeApp/FreeTube) which says they scrape from the invidious API, can playback resolutions above 720p all the way up to 4k, but none of the public browser site instances of invidious can playback above 720p resolution?
>>2552 invidious is just youtube-dl, basically any scraper can manage above 720p but don't because everything above 720p requires manual mixing of video and audio streams. where as anything below 720p is just handed in a ez pz single video file that they can just redirect to. tl;dr: every site is just lazy and wants to cheap out on server costs
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>>1651 >UI had tons of soul >Can customize it for personal look >Many things were heavily customizable >powerful annotation feature >Video responses GOOGLE DELENDA EST! >>1655 If you find the way to make the internet magical again, share it with us. We all want to go back. >>1707 >Waterfox It has a version that continues XUL support instead of the shitty webextension engine being forced upon regular FF users. It's still cancer but it's like stage 1, non-malignant (for now) skin cancer rather than stage 4 terminal, "you're gonna die in a few days" brain cancer that is regular FF. I only still use Waterfox because I have already hardened my profile and I can't bebothered trying to screw other browsers and chrome, even ungoogled-chromium sucks. In fact, there's no decent browser right now and won't be until the internet reformed and all the cancer going on right now is removed.
>>2560 >requires manual mixing of video and audio streams. That sounds complicated but you can just put two source tags in one video tag and be done with it. I can't see the "additional costs". They just are niggers.
>>2677 The web will never be reformed it will only get worse. Types of sites are now on sight banned. /tech/ has always been right. The future is a nigger.
jewtube on PM still works dude lol
>>2680 I was looking into building a site like this around the time hooktube went down. IIRC this doesn't work because any library that can mux separate audio and video streams together requires you to use XHR requests to grab the video and audio data, and CORS/SOP will prevent you from doing that unless you're whitelisted by the googlevideo.com servers. tl;dr web browsers include a form of drm by default which prevents you from grabbing data from other sites in a practical way
Everyone who uses jewtube is a normalfaggot, prove me wrong.
>>2919 I can't
>>2919 Then you are missing out on a lot of good content brother. Sorry but not everyone in the world is a tech savvy moralist.
>>2923 Hence normalfaggot or just another botnet NPC node
>>1483 >this thread is still getting bumped I use Palemoon for Jewtube alright. Description and comments are getting glitched, but I can still browse. Just use OpenWith addon so you can easily click and watch videos that way. (I've been doing this for at least a year now. I hate their video player regardless of the browser you use.) There's also SMPlayer/SMTube if you want to just search and don't care about Jewtube's shitty recommendations. If youtube-dl stops working and you've already updated it, remember to clear the cache. youtube-dl --rm-cache-dir >>1527 Try Iridium. https://iridiumbrowser.de/
Invidious and youtube-dl are both fucking gay. None of them can download full hd videos and invidious is slow as shit nowadays and break every 2 videos.
>>2952 You're a fucking retard. /tech/ boards are full of fucking retards. We need a /prog/ board where people like this aren't allowed to post.
Invidious is turning into a crock of shit bros. Snail speed, break every 2 videos and sometimes the search bar doesn't even work.
>>2953 what's your problem?
>>2952 ytdl works on my machine, nigger >>2954 >not using straw-viewer >>2953 This. How can screening be done anonymously, though?
Based furfag stopping Patreon donations https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=24600
>>2957 What the fuck i love furfag now.
>>2954 Yeah, I have the same issues. >>2956 >straw-viewer First time I've heard of it. Seems like they use the invidious API, so wouldn't it have the same breakage problem?
>>2972 Try it out. It is light
>>2973 Yeah I'm testing it out now. Seems slick, like a better, terminal-based version of freetube. Very nice.
>>2975 Good to know. There is a catch, video are streamed from jewgle servers directly, not proxied via invidious.
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>>2976 Invidous doesn't proxy video streams by default. I think it's an option instance owners can enable, but it will be disabled for all public instances because of the bandwidth requirements.

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