It's a hardware problem. I've used a new SD card with the same result :(
Well, this is the second time the same problem has occurred. There is probably something in my home infrastructure affecting the device.
Time to switch to a NAS then.
Oh, my NAS is kaput. I still don't know if it's a hardware problem on my Raspberry Pi or a micro SD card problem. I hope my Raspberry isn't dead and it's just a matter of replacing the micro SD card.
If it's a hardware problem I'm not going to buy another Raspberry. With these high prices they are not affordable unfortunately.
GNU/Linux forums, Stack Overflow, blogs, reddit... In the end all linux problems can be solved by reading the README file or the Arch wiki. #linux
“Transmetropolitan”: Photographer Omi Kim Explores Neon Streets Of Cyberpunk Japan https://designyoutrust.com/2019/03/transmetropolitan-photographer-omi-kim-explores-neon-streets-of-cyberpunk-japan/
I'm not a photographer nor an enthusiast but these photos are mesmerizing. It's like living in a dystopian future.
So I've been learning Python, once I was pretty confident with it, I moved on to C/C++. Then I learned a little bit in the cybersecurity field (mainly offensive sec).
Now I'm considering looking for a job with programming.
However it's hard to decide what to look for specifically. Most C/C++ jobs will be a pain in the ass I assume. I haven't did much research on Python jobs tho.
What should I look into?
Saving your dotfiles is the right way to share them and avoid the risk of forcing you to start over. But this also allows you to forget the meaning of that particular line of code, even if you've done your best to comment it all out.
I still remember a dozen phone numbers, but new generations don't need to. Everyone knows why.
I feel that saving my dot files gives me a lot but also takes something away.
I put out a new episode of Veronica Explains this morning!
Newsboat: the little RSS feed reader that can really help you unplug. All terminal, easy to configure, and works like a charm!
Dealing with polybar configuration in i3wm is not the easiest task when it comes to making all virtual desktops accessible through icons. 🙄
Firefox rolls out Total Cookie Protection by default to all users worldwide https://blog.mozilla.org/en/products/firefox/firefox-rolls-out-total-cookie-protection-by-default-to-all-users-worldwide/
@stux Most of major Chinese 🇨🇳 mastodon instances were blocked at the same time yesterday afternoon. Hundreds of thousands of China mainland users, most of which hate CCP or just want to have a place to speak freely avoiding surveillance (otherwise they won't be here), lost access to fediverse. It was an earthquake here.
For most users, Tor is rather hard and inconvenient to use. So a lot of Chinese admins are working right now to get alternative domains. CCP may want to block us, but we will try our best to break back to the world.
Stay with us.
I had a Windows XP pc at work as a printer server but we recently bought a new printer that works ok except for Apple devices. So I needed to share the printer with a printer server. Obviously this is not possible with XP.
The solution? GNU/Linux. And Lexmark also offers the drivers for linux!
New GNU/Linux users would never know how happy this makes me, a guy who comes from a time when this was not possible without a lot of struggle. Nowadays almost any common device works out of the box.
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