Cheeks

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Cheeks wrote

Crap like this normally doesn't piss me off, but this dude basically tried to call out my privilege. I'm a white cis male(honestly I don't identify as male or female) anarchist, I recognize my fucking privilege and use it to fight alongside those who are marginilsed.

But none of that's the point, just venting. Like one of you has already stated, I get the feeling that he has created a far left (his idea of) persona and is probably some discord alt-right ass clown.

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Cheeks wrote

As u/surreal gets more familiarized with the setup these minor issues will be resolved much quicker. Are you using a host provided backup solution? Personally, considering on Linux everything exists at the file level, why not just set up a cronjob to fire a bash script using rsync for daily backups for seven days, one weekly, and one monthly, of all necessary configs, web server, db, and site level files?

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Cheeks wrote

u/jorgesumle and u/mofongo had some great responses here, but we should honestly get at the root of what caused the problem. Start by checking the log file for tor services /var/logs/tor and the logs for what's serving tor, hopefully not apache as it is massive and can leak ip info if not hardened, probably thttpd, savant or similar. If docker isn't necessary and still hogging resources it needs to be shut down and disabled so it won't start on reboot.

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Cheeks wrote

I've been thinking this over and talked to a couple of friends that I had learned with or had helped learn to program. One of them pointed out a Harvard class we audited together as they had recorded and posted the entire class on youtube.

They class is centered around c and c++ but it was fun and tied a lot of the different languages together and introduces different methodologies, OOP, Functional. A cursory search yielded an edux version of the class so it's now offered as open courseware. Harvard cs50.

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Cheeks wrote

That's some deep thought shit! There is the ethical delima, of sorts, as others not knowing it's a simulation. I would imagine that early philosophy has touched on this. Personally, I'm with u/dumai on this, overclock it and get the suffering over with asap! If it is a simulation, then is it actual suffering?

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Cheeks wrote

I've had multiple businesses in my 40 years of existence. First one was a record label when I was 16-18, back when people paid for music. The bands were employees, I had no staff. I paid the bands based on what we all brought in. New bands were only added based on consensus. Most of the bands disbanded after a couple years. So I sold it divvied up the money and was able to buy my mother a cheap house.

At 22 I lived in a tent purposefully in TN. Needed money, borrowed a truck, offered to haul away peoples trash in the area, completely rural area without trash pickup. Three months it was 6 employees to make 3 teams of 2. Also more of a coop model, also before I knew what that even meant. After 2 years most of us wanted to move, the others ready to just move on, we sold it to a nearby municipality and I was able to buy a better home for my disabled mother.

Now I run a farm that's failing and love it. 2 employees. Me and my business partner are the only employees.

So... Fuck anybody who doesn't know what goes into running a business. I work far more hours than a lot of other people to simply not be enslaved by a boss other than those that I choose to work with. But most of all fuck capitalism.

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Cheeks wrote

Anarchist without adjectives, but do lean a little more towards communalism. I wouldn't say say ancom though..

Anarchism is a social and political (some would say apolitical) philosophy, yes. But that doesn't retract from the fact that anarchist societies have existed.