i just realized that this is simply part of my very special talent: i touch a piece of software, and it keels over.
@yojimbo @feonixrift i once installed free bsd 4.0 via boot floppies on a 486dx with 40meg hd, and 4mb edo ram... no gui.. guess what? shit was SO rock solid it was unbelievable.. nearly 800 days uptime as an apache and sendmail server.. got knocked out by a power storm, and I just decided the experiment was a success at the time.. didn't need to turn it back on.
the delicious irony: creators of industrial language models are now worried about no longer being able to use the web as their "commons" (i.e. other people's labor that they appropriate and commercialize) because their own outputs are "polluting" it (via https://mailchi.mp/jack-clark/import-ai-266-deepmind-looks-at-toxic-language-models-how-translation-systems-can-pollute-the-internet-why-ai-can-make-local-councils-better)
@tobbsn so, if you have the money, this is extortion
but, if you don't have the money, this is just plain old forced obsolescence
with a twist of course, this isn't a fridge breaking down and you still have time before your food turns to mush
The latest #remarkable beta update seems to introduce a paid subscription scheme.
Without a paid subscription, older Files will stop syncing and be deleted. The basic subscription will not do that, but give you a "Limited set of Features". Only with the full subscription gives you all the features people are used to use on their devices, like screen sharing and so on.
I was hestitant to get another proprietary device, and know I know again why.
I mean, it‘s cool that it‘s possible to test most of the things from home, thanks to switchable PDUs, console servers, etc.
But rapid prototyping is so much more fun when I can touch the hardware and plug something or reflash a module without waiting for someone to do it for me.
Hi Follower, ich habe folgende Anfrage bekommen:
> Ich suche nämlich zunehmend verzweifelt eine Online-Lern-Plattform. Also nicht so was wie Moodle, sondern etwas, wo man komplette Online-Kurse drauf bauen kann und was möglichst auch zeitgesteuerte Veröffentlichung und schickes Klickibunti hat, was die Leute heute alle erwarten. Das ganze soll natürlich freie Software sein. Und datenschutzfreundlich. Und am liebsten auch zum selbst hosten. Letzteres ist aber nicht erforderlich, wenn 1 und 2 erfüllt sind. Also so etwas wie https://blink.it/ aber eben ohne Server in den USA, ungültige Datenschutzerklärungen, die sich noch aufs privacy shield berufen und so.
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A little bit of an obscure problem, but where is the database for the developer options stored in a Lineage OS filesystem?
I accidentally created an emulated display that was using the android desktop mode beta options enabled, on a raspberry pi. It trapped the mouse on the emulated display, so I literally can't even unlock the "tablet" or do anything else.