[-] [email protected] 1 points 3 days ago

Wonder if article sites are thinking about turning the text into an image and injecting advertisements in between sections. ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ‘

[-] [email protected] 10 points 1 week ago

In today's news, Microsoft commits treason against the United States Government.

!remindme 6 months

I wonder what the outcome will be.

[-] [email protected] 5 points 1 week ago

I do not find it very useful to myself as we all know that "common sense is the best antivirus", but I was a bit upset how run down the front end applications for it have been.

[-] [email protected] 6 points 1 week ago

It's the best I know ๐Ÿ˜†

[-] [email protected] 9 points 1 week ago

Do not worry! There is no need to install the game engine at all or compile your own binary. I just write that on the release description because it's bad practice to run random files from the internet with escalated privileges.

If it were to be distributed, all one would need is to install and open.

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ClamAV Frontend in Godot (autumn.revolt.chat)
submitted 1 week ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

This might be good. Hope you enjoy what I made.

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/16356895

I hope this software is useful to those who feel they need it.

Available on codeberg: https://codeberg.org/MarshReaper/GuardianSecurityCenter/releases/latest

This is a client that makes use of the ClamAV packages available in most repositories. It is made to replace ClamTK and check that box for people wanting to use Linux.

Some features are still in development, so not for production use just yet. But, you can run a quick scan and update signatures which is basic enough for most users.

I saw a video DistroTube posted and it made me a bit confused. It was about the Kasperky being offered on Linux. If you have seen the comments you would understand.

Anyways, this had me remember people I know ask me about anti viruses on Linux. I tried ClamTK, but it is very unintuitive and has a somewhat broken workflow.

I hopped on Godot and searched for an image of a popular antivirus software. I then made the software using the pretty layout that many people are used to.

I learned some things about Godot and I hope others will too with this project. Enjoy!

Also, if anyone could help me find the best way to distribute this software that would be great! (flatpak? repos? it requires administrative privileges)

[-] [email protected] 13 points 1 week ago

Linux Mint. She opens Firefox to check her emails and work panel. Only complaint is that it is my old giant laptop that I let her have. I will give her a different one soon.

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ClamAV Frontend in Godot (autumn.revolt.chat)
submitted 1 week ago by [email protected] to c/linux

This might be good. Hope you enjoy what I made.

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/16356895

I hope this software is useful to those who feel they need it.

Available on codeberg: https://codeberg.org/MarshReaper/GuardianSecurityCenter/releases/latest

This is a client that makes use of the ClamAV packages available in most repositories. It is made to replace ClamTK and check that box for people wanting to use Linux.

Some features are still in development, so not for production use just yet. But, you can run a quick scan and update signatures which is basic enough for most users.

I saw a video DistroTube posted and it made me a bit confused. It was about the Kasperky being offered on Linux. If you have seen the comments you would understand.

Anyways, this had me remember people I know ask me about anti viruses on Linux. I tried ClamTK, but it is very unintuitive and has a somewhat broken workflow.

I hopped on Godot and searched for an image of a popular antivirus software. I then made the software using the pretty layout that many people are used to.

I learned some things about Godot and I hope others will too with this project. Enjoy!

Also, if anyone could help me find the best way to distribute this software that would be great! (flatpak? repos? it requires administrative privileges)

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ClamAV Frontend in Godot (autumn.revolt.chat)
submitted 1 week ago* (last edited 1 week ago) by [email protected] to c/godot

I hope this software is useful to those who feel they need it.

Available on codeberg: https://codeberg.org/MarshReaper/GuardianSecurityCenter/releases/latest

This is a client that makes use of the ClamAV packages available in most repositories. It is made to replace ClamTK and check that box for people wanting to use Linux.

Some features are still in development, so not for production use just yet. But, you can run a quick scan and update signatures which is basic enough for most users.

I saw a video DistroTube posted and it made me a bit confused. It was about the Kasperky being offered on Linux. If you have seen the comments you would understand.

Anyways, this had me remember people I know ask me about anti viruses on Linux. I tried ClamTK, but it is very unintuitive and has a somewhat broken workflow.

I hopped on Godot and searched for an image of a popular antivirus software. I then made the software using the pretty layout that many people are used to.

I learned some things about Godot and I hope others will too with this project. Enjoy!

Also, if anyone could help me find the best way to distribute this software that would be great! (flatpak? repos? it requires administrative privileges)

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submitted 3 months ago by [email protected] to c/godot

Godot web socket client is not receiving anymore updates from Revolt web socket server (https://developers.revolt.chat/stack/bonfire/establishing) after first data is received

first data is an Authentication success message:

{
  "type": "Authenticated"
}

This success message comes when a successful token is received.

Since there are no updates and you cannot send any data after initial connection (data_received never called again, so put_packet() not working apparently), the token will have to be in query parameters:

wss://ws.revolt.chat/?version=1&format=json&token={token}

in order to even receive that success message.

An issue relating to web sockets was opened: https://github.com/godotengine/godot/issues/27560

The user claims that one of the headers causes the connection to cease.

The problem header is Connection: close, Upgrade

    GET / HTTP/1.1
    Pragma: no-cache
    Cache-Control: no-cache
    Host: echo.websocket.org
    Upgrade: websocket
    Connection: close, Upgrade
    Sec-WebSocket-Key: HKWU1xOVV6PP6HXjcIWMDQ==
    Sec-WebSocket-Version: 13

    HTTP/1.1 101 Web Socket Protocol Handshake
    Connection: Upgrade
    Date: Sun, 31 Mar 2019 19:09:01 GMT
    Sec-WebSocket-Accept: 0IHc3riAKJz52YmkLVcWrDHvaYs=
    Server: Kaazing Gateway
    Upgrade: websocket

IMPORTANT!!

What SHOULD happen and what happens on other clients like websocketking, piehost, or this one is receiving a READY update

the big issue:

connect_to_url() is the only thing that sends data or the connection closes or a protocol error

It would be of great help if anyone could give any little piece of knowledge or suggestion on this. code

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submitted 5 months ago by [email protected] to c/godot

My previous post on figuring out a terrain implementation is here: https://lemmy.world/post/8540418

Terrain Project ^codeberg^

Player Controller used is also available ^codeberg^

I was quite upset for a long while that I could not figure out how to optimize my terrain systems. This I have now figured out.

What I am working on is three different processed terrain components:

  • Topology Data (TPD) # 3D Positions of where each terrain point/node should be
  • Texture Data (TXD) # Which texture each terrain point uses
  • Special Data (SPD) # Special data for specific terrain points

I have finished rendering a multimesh of the topology data and it runs smoothly on my rather old computer just as I need for all my games.

The problem of mapping a collision system to the multimesh was something that I did not like attempting to solve on my previous tests from last year. I have found a solution. I misunderstood what was causing the lag and assumed collisionshapes could cause as much fps drop as meshinstances.

This system is built to load in separate parts.

  • Generate terrain if necessary
  • Chunk terrain data
  • Render multimesh
  • Instance collisionshapes for individual terrain points

My next step is either of the following:

  • Connect vertex points for smooth terrain
  • Create python script (or godot software) for heightmap editing and creation
  • Figure out generation of single texture image to blanket over multimesh

I do intend to make this terrain destructible. I decided some at least four months ago that I would only render the terrain if an update signal was pushed either from a multiplayer server or the client side.

I will create a terrain editor for the engine sometime but that is not on the main plan. Height map conversion to TPD format will come first. Caves and underground are completely possible as well of course with the most recent commit.

This development will give me a huge step forward in all of my projects as many of them require this sort of terrain system. Also I was too lazy to figure out that one terrain plugin I suppose.

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submitted 7 months ago by [email protected] to c/godot

Hello Everyone! I apologize if this post isn't as organized as it should be.

Every now and then I try my hand at making a 3D terrain system for my game. It's typically a gdscript that reads coordinates in a json, dict, array, etc and then instances each point as a terrain node/tile (so I can dynamically change each tile). The primary issue I run into is lag with reading this data over and over causing lag and the many instances of nodes themselves potentially causing lag.

I have successfully implemented a render distance before, which I believe fixed the instance count (IRC works good for max 5k objects). The issue that I believe stopped me was the lag from looping over an extremely long dictionary every second (or less). The looping was so when the player moved, it rendered a new group of tiles based on the player location.

It took a long time to ask someone else for help with this because I didn't keep track of my small terrain test projects. I do not have any examples of what I've done before at the moment, so take this as someone asking for help on finding and setting up an easily managable 3D terrain system for Godot 3.5.x.

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submitted 8 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

This is a simple request for information regarding the current viability of RISC-V hardware out in the market and others experience with performance and stability.

I have done minimal online searching before posting here, but I would like to hear the present opinions of everyone. I am not a super computer guy, so I don't quite understand the current ability of Lichee Pi and VisionFive other than having capability for 8gb and above 1.0 GHz.

Somewhat paranoid as to what my intel cpu is doing right now, so I have had RISC-V on my mind for a few years. I have never had the most advanced computers and the highest graphics in games I play would be SuperTuxKart or GMOD.

I just got an i7 for a cheap bundle and it amazed me. On an Intel Architecture scale, what would be the highest comparison of latest hardware taking advantage of RISC-V without the suspicious backdoors and proprietary nonsense.

I have seen ExplainingComputers run applications I use. From what I've seen, it just looks like any old laptop performance I'd pick up on ebay. Is this the time to switch? What are your predictions on consumer hardware for the next decade in relation to RISC-V?

I use Godot 3.5.2 to develop games for x86_64, can I just open that with some compatibility system?

Feel free to bash me for not finding a search result that was plain as day. It happens sometimes.

[-] [email protected] 18 points 11 months ago

Maybe after a few too wrong moves, he's trying to tank the company and make people think he's doing it on purpose so he could say that all this time he's been doing it on purpose. On purpose on purpose.

[-] [email protected] 4 points 11 months ago

I know there are some configurations that manage to disguise themselves as a real machine. I would like to look into that as it could be very useful. At the same time, I also wonder how deep the kernel level whatever go into my personal device.

[-] [email protected] 7 points 11 months ago

It probably wouldn't work out for the spyware that doesn't want you running a VM for "anti-cheating" purposes.

[-] [email protected] 5 points 11 months ago

Cloudflare makes the website feel dirty, but it'll protect the site until a better option is found.

[-] [email protected] 8 points 11 months ago

Guys guys guys c/lemmyshitpost c/lemmyshitpost

[-] [email protected] 6 points 11 months ago

Nah it's the sudden decline of our lovable swashbuckling seafaring pirates

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