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[-] [email protected] 10 points 56 minutes ago

Umm... wouldn't that... you know... invalidate it?

[-] [email protected] 5 points 8 hours ago

one less hole to clean

[-] [email protected] 13 points 9 hours ago

Newly released music.
I have access to internet, not just decades, but centuries of music. Why should I need to know the songs released this year? It's just a drop in the ocean. I don't need to have the newest music right away.

Similarly with new movies.

[-] [email protected] 4 points 21 hours ago

It may be due to their processing.
Better base64 -w 0 myfile.zip > myfile.zip.txt

If it works though ¯⁠\⁠_⁠(⁠ツ⁠)⁠_⁠/⁠¯

[-] [email protected] 5 points 21 hours ago

config.conf
config.conf.backup
config.conf.testing
config.conf.old
config.conf.default
config.conf.example

[-] [email protected] 2 points 21 hours ago

I currently have broken dependencies due to package from AUR which stops me from updating.
After last update everything is laggy after resuming laptop from sleep.
After last update, I cannot boot up with Linux 5.15. With nomodeset I was able to at least get TTY to upgrade kernel to 6.6.
Sometimes the function buttons die.
Stable now received upgrade to Plasma 6. It will likely kill my install.
I fear updates.
I fear updates.
I fear updates.
I fear updates.
I fear...

I use Manjaro, btw.

[-] [email protected] 1 points 21 hours ago

Nah, screw that.
Time to distribute stuff as a VM image.

[-] [email protected] 5 points 21 hours ago

If you can’t read the lemmy docs and get it going on your own server, that’s on you.

Theoretically not needed. Elest offers managed Lemmy hosting. But it gets more expensive this way. Comparing their Hetzner offers to Hetzner VPS offers directly, about twice as expensive.

[-] [email protected] 2 points 1 day ago

Depends on what I do with it. Usually the only noticeable drain is WiFi being active.

But for example encrypting and compressing large files will absolutely toast the phone.

The errors can be a problem, even if they aren't written to a file. For example with tinyproxy. Disconnecting the network interface it's running on won't shut it down, it just keeps producing errors and clearly doing something as it can really heat up the phone.
This is what it spits out (as fast as it can):

...
ERROR     May 25 13:01:06.107 [9701]: Accept returned an error (Invalid argument) ... retrying.
ERROR     May 25 13:01:06.107 [9701]: Accept returned an error (Invalid argument) ... retrying.
ERROR     May 25 13:01:06.107 [9701]: Accept returned an error (Invalid argument) ... retrying.
ERROR     May 25 13:01:06.107 [9701]: Accept returned an error (Invalid argument) ... retrying.
ERROR     May 25 13:01:06.112 [9701]: Accept returned an error (Invalid argument) ... retrying.
ERROR     May 25 13:01:06.112 [9701]: Accept returned an error (Invalid argument) ... retrying.
ERROR     May 25 13:01:06.112 [9701]: Accept returned an error (Invalid argument) ... retrying.
ERROR     May 25 13:01:06.112 [9701]: Accept returned an error (Invalid argument) ... retrying.
ERROR     May 25 13:01:06.112 [9701]: Accept returned an error (Invalid argument) ... retrying.
ERROR     May 25 13:01:06.112 [9701]: Accept returned an error (Invalid argument) ... retrying.
ERROR     May 25 13:01:06.114 [9701]: Accept returned an error (Invalid argument) ... retrying.
ERROR     May 25 13:01:06.114 [9701]: Accept returned an error (Invalid argument) ... retrying.
ERROR     May 25 13:01:06.114 [9701]: Accept returned an error (Invalid argument) ... retrying.
ERROR     May 25 13:01:06.114 [9701]: Accept returned an error (Invalid argument) ... retrying.
ERROR     May 25 13:01:06.114 [9701]: Accept returned an error (Invalid argument) ... retrying.
ERROR     May 25 13:01:06.114 [9701]: Accept returned an error (Invalid argument) ... retrying.
...

Which is also why I run it with -d which keeps it in foreground and this goes to stdout/stderr instead of a file. I keep everything I can in foreground. I can have multiple sessions open and just CTRL-C anything.

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

When the rain begins to fall by Jermaine Jackson & Pia Zadora

Audio source (archive.org)

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

First you need to set up GUI: https://wiki.termux.com/wiki/Graphical_Environment
You could also use Firefox without WM or DE, but it's not nice.

Since you already enabled the x11-repo in this step, you can just pkg install firefox.

VNC Client: https://github.com/bk138/multivnc

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OK, I hope my question doesn't get misunderstood, I can see how that could happen.
Just a product of overthinking.

Idea is that we can live fairly easily even with some diseases/disorders which could be-life threatening. Many of these are hereditary.
Since modern medicine increases our survival capabilities, the "weaker" individuals can also survive and have offsprings that could potentially inherit these weaknesses, and as this continues it could perhaps leave nearly all people suffering from such conditions further into future.

Does that sound like a realistic scenario? (Assuming we don't destroy ourselves along with the environment first...)

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This battery lasts the life of the router under the operating environmental conditions specified for the router, and is not field-replaceable.

But who determines its lifespan?

Knowing there is a battery set to fail and I can't simply replace it makes me physically uncomfortable. Enough so that I'd rather it not have RTC.

Thanks Cisco.

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submitted 1 month ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

From bboard ANNOUNCE BBOARD:

TACKER:  membership (SDF Membership)
SUBJECT: network outage in second cabinet
DATE:    16-Apr-24 01:22:19
HOST:    mx

It looks that we're experience a network outage to our second cabinet
this evening.  A ticket has been opened to address the issue.

This affects ryo.sdf.org, lemmy.sdf.org and ma.sdf.org

Thank you for your patience.



<ANNOUNCE.1.0/2>(87)[ <ENTER> follow thread, (R)EPLY, (F)LAG or (Q)UIT ]

TACKER:  membership (SDF Membership)
SUBJECT: .. network outage in second cabinet
DATE:    16-Apr-24 01:59:59
HOST:    mx

Confirmed that this is only a network outage to the second cabinet and is
currently being worked on by our network service provider.  Hopefully it
will be resolved soon.  Thank you for your patience.


<ANNOUNCE.1.1/2>(6)[ <ENTER> follow thread, (R)EPLY, (F)LAG or (Q)UIT ]

TACKER:  membership (SDF Membership)
SUBJECT: .. network outage in second cabinet
DATE:    16-Apr-24 20:19:30
HOST:    mx

our network provider has reassigned our uplink port for the second cabinet
and the hosts are once against accessible.


(it even blinks! What!? Why?)

<ANNOUNCE.1> Command:

Just relaying it here.

^Note:^ ^I^ ^am^ ^not^ ^affiliated^ ^with^ ^SDF^

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Sorry for the lazy meme, I don't know what else to make this branch diagram in.

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E.g.:
https://sh.itjust.works/u/testaccount789
https://lemmy.ml/u/[email protected]

I know in past I've successfully updated my display name, and it shows on other instances, so perhaps this problem is new to 0.19.x, but I am not at all sure about that.

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First of all a disclaimer: I am not upset about the removal of manual server selection as this is a free service. They don't need to provide such services at all, so something is better than nothing.

What happened:
This morning I opened the ProtonVPN app on my phone and got greeted with a message stating free accounts can now only use automatic server selection and addition of free servers in Poland and Romania.
However, I also noticed split-tunelling is now paywalled as well.

Now, this is rather weird. Split-tunelling is already in the app and is something that works only on the client side, thus not putting any extra load on the servers. Quite the contrary, actually, as it allows some apps to not use the VPN, thus use less bandwidth.
The automatic-selection-only allows for better load balancing, so that makes sense.

Now to the workaround.
They still allow manual OpenVPN and Wireguard setup even for free accounts, at least for now.
To do so, login to ProtonVPN and go to account. There's OpenVPN credentials which are used for OpenVPN authentication. Then go to downloads, select appropriate options including the specific server and download the ovpn config file.
Client: OpenVPN for Android
This app also supports split tunneling (edit config -> Allowed apps).

ProtonVPN has an article on how to set up this app, but it's really just importing the config and adding your OpenVPN ProtonVPN credentials which you grabbed before.

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I am sorry. (i.imgur.com)
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