linux, rpg, starfinder, rust, veteran, anti-imperialist

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Joined 3Y ago
Cake day: Jun 27, 2020


So let me guess, I will need Windows to use the self service tool?

What a nice website design and theme, simple clear with important points highlighted nicely.

I am no expert by any means, but rust cant compile to all of the architectures that linux supports, so it can only be used for drivers. I am looking for an explanation myself.

Dang they got me, I really wanted my source code reviewed by an evil apex capitalist.

I hope its true and they have a peaceful transition of power.

Wow never heard of that one, very interesting and terrifying.

Soon it will be AI vs AI©

My current rotation:

  1. AC Odyssey
  2. Terra Invicta
  3. Stellar Monarch 2
  4. Trigon

All on my linux desktop, no windows.

got born? nah, i glad I learned its all a game of hide and seek and i am just fooling myself

Very awesome, how is using Linux Mint on industrial hardware?

I’m so tired of the month long mourning the death of an apex capitalist. This only solidifies the fact to me that humanity is doomed to the creation of the Ultimate Capitalist entity.

the last line is best: “my own tree”?

Just started, on the second week of annual leave and relaxin

So he has developed his own game engine and its all in Java. Very interesting, I also added Equilinox to my wish list on steam.

My status says I will be able to order in Q3 2022. I sure hope that this does push for more linux binary releases. Look at Paradox, they do it for all 3 platforms and dont use Unity.

Right… everyone gets so surprised when capitalism does its thing.

I just finished Ancillary Justice (Ann Leckie) and was really surprised how much I liked it. Now I am reading Fifth Season (NK Jemisin) and its pretty good so far. I want to finish reading Herbert’s Pandora Sequence, but it’s really weird stuff.

The reality of the situation is that developing a browser takes a huge amount of resources.

These guys are doing a good job, and dont have “google resources”…

Most of the applications I use are flatpaks and they launch just as fast and I have no issues with theses. The ONLY “issue” I ran into was a sandbox problem with not being able to launch an editor. Cant remember the which app it was, but I’m sure I can fix it with flatseal.

In my humble opinion, if there ever is going to be a “year of the linux desktop” its going to be Fedora who gets there first. Canonical gave up a few years ago and is more interested in server.

I left Ubuntu in v18 could not tolerate snaps. Whereas flatpaks just work for me, and the apps are kept up to date. With some quick tweaks you too can make dnf run much faster.

Autorifles, hand cannon and Gjallarhorn

I use PipeWire and EasyEffects on Fedora 35, and there are lots of sound glitches that I never would hear back in the Pulse Audio days. I hope they can fix this and the delays I get.

This is a bit alarming. I would think the flatpak versions would be quick to get these security updates.

Librem One by Purism - Any current reviews of this for privacy?
Has anyone reviewed this suite of services? Where do they host their email servers?