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FeepingCreature retweeted
This Is Just To Say I have eaten the atoms that were in the planet and which you were probably using for your terminal values Forgive me they are paperclips so neat and so cold
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If you liked KDE's behavior where alt-tab switched to the most recently used window, except minimized ones were sorted to the back, then edit your ~/.config/kwinrc and add, under [TabBox], MoveMinimizedWindowsToEndOfTabBoxFocusChain=true (thanks commit message!)
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New AI Safety programme: "AI, optimize the world for human values. Good morally friendly. People like and are happy. Unreal Engine."
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If you want to run a docker container with background processes, and restart if one fails, you can just run them with foo& and plop wait -n at the end of your start script. In a script, monitoring is off (set +m), so even if they exit before wait, wait will catch their exit code.
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Recently fallen in love with hotspot as a foss linux perftools gui. Kinda reminds me of heaptrack's ui.
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AMD: "Oh no, why are frameworks always slow or reluctant to add support for ROCm, our cool GPGPU framework" Iunno guys, maybe it's because you can't bloody find it anywhere. #ROCm
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systemd won't run in a chroot, but if you want to anyway: systemd-nspawn --capability=all -D {target folder} --bind /dev/{all the devices you want, tty?, usb, dri, input, snd...} /lib/systemd/systemd; then echo 'c *:* rwm' > /sys/fs/cgroup/devices/machine.slice/machine-*/*.allow
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oyeah, also --bind /run/udev. then machinectl shell {container}, and in the target shell, systemctl restart display-manager should bring up a login screen.
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I just wanted to run my system backup on another computer while my laptop is in repair without having to setup boot from nfs, why did you make this so punishingly hard, systemd people? I don't give a crap about containers, I just wanted a chroot. Openrc is better anyways.
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FeepingCreature retweeted
Wow--SCOTUS doesn't just rule in favor of Google in @googlevoracle, but says that API reimplementation is fair use *as a matter of law*, meaning that the decision applies to all APIs
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Okay so we need a 2 Tesla magnet at L1 to shield Mars from solar radiation so we can colonize it. And Musk has already launched one Tesla towards Mars. So we're halfway there!
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Obligatory reminder that it's 2021 and the correct solution to "hm, I had an OOM overnight and now my YouTube audio is stuttering" is still 'killall -9 pulseaudio, refresh page'. But sure, tell me more about how terrible ALSA was for you.
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The "Gentleman's Goto": while (true) { ... if (keepGoing) continue; break; }
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Know that "People also search for" popup that Google gives you? Know how you always click on it when going for another link as it pops up under your cursor? I bet there's some tracking system in Google HQ, happily informing the devs that that popup is *astonishingly* popular...
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hey so did you know that on linux, TZ=UTC+1 means UTC-1 and reverse. this is actually mandated in the official standard. posix 1003.1: "because fuck you."
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feature request: "SaneLinux" distro. if something has been done in an ass-backwards way historically, it gets patched so it's correct. if that breaks compatibility with a package, or a published standard, oh well.
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Quick update! It's almost 2021 and PulseAudio is still a mess.
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It's just logical. $ tail -1 .bashrc alias inept='apt remove'
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Is it even legal in 2020 to run a DNS service where the only way to report spammers using the domain service for fraud is apparently to join a private Google Groups group? #duckdns #spam #fraud
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