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Answering fire with fire usually just results in the forest burning down.


You can also download an awesome live wallpaper.
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Keyword extraction, AI summarization. Those phrases might get you started.



Isn’t capitalism the embodyment of a few bad actors versus masses of consumers, though?


What does that lead to? Isn’t awareness and not buying into the propaganda hidden beneath microtransactions enough? You’re allowed to enjoy stuff even though you can do the minimum to not support it.

I hate EA, Activision Blizzard and Ubisoft because they exploit people for money and generally make game dev hell for many workers. The fact that they also do propaganda for the CIA or whatever doesn’t change that I can’t enjoy their newer games anyway.

The old games are pretty fun. Pirating (which I don’t condone, please don’t sue me daddy) or buying used is an option.


Never touching that shitty franchise again after this.

Why did you touch it before? It was always a pro-American propaganda tool, they didn’t start with the newest iteration, but rather with the very first one ;)


From the book:

We are not a Linux clone, or POSIX-compliant, nor are we crazy scientists, who wish to redesign everything. Generally, we stick to well-tested and proven correct designs. If it ain’t broken don’t fix it.

That almost sounds sane! Refreshing to see a project which doesn’t try to reinvent the wheel.




I’m answering the quote you got from the article:

"[…] I don’t like making political statements. We are here to play football, and if we can’t even do that because we are making a statement and just saying normal things, like ‘no to discrimination’ or ‘no to racism’, and you cannot say that, then hey, then what?”


What is “normal” for you might be political for others. Harsh reality finally coming into contact with super rich football players?


Ursprünglicher Artikel: https://www.welt.de/politik/deutschland/plus242204899/Katastrophenschutz-Davon-ausgehen-dass-es-im-Winter-Blackouts-geben-wird.html Mehr zum Thema: https://www.tagesschau.de/inland/gesellschaft/stromausfaelle-katastrophenschutz-105.html
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Snap uses a server while flatpak just runs regular binaries in a sandboxed environment.


I often listen to Evan Carmichael’s “productive music” mixes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNl1nMcK1X9EHsW_b5dGzaA

The guy is pretty weird apart from that, so don’t watch his videos ;)

There’s also the app “Noice” I often use to concentrate in noisy environments without music.






People don’t like to get into arguments because it makes them feel bad. You have to be a cog in the machine to live the most relaxed life, so you tend to not stray far from the norm because it’s easier.


yeah @admin@beehaw.org maybe you want to replace the link with that one (the t.co link is just forwarding there)



Who cares about major brands? Please stop giving Musk more attention than he deserves. I went to Lemmy/Fediverse to escape twitter, not to be bombarded by news about something the self titled Chief Twit with his kitchen sink did.


That’s not piracy, that’s reverse engineering/cracking, so you’re in the wrong community here.

And I doubt that you’d get help from crackers without your own initiative.





SMART data of Samsung PM1643a SSD connected through MR9560-16i
cross-posted from: https://feddit.de/post/429668 > When I run `smartctl -Ai -d megaraid,0 /dev/sda` I only get the following output: > > ``` > smartctl 6.5 2016-05-07 r4318 [x86_64-linux-4.19.0+1] (local build) > Copyright (C) 2002-16, Bruce Allen, Christian Franke, www.smartmontools.org > > === START OF INFORMATION SECTION === > Vendor: NVMe > Product: SAMSUNG MZQLB7T6 > Revision: 502Q > Compliance: SPC-5 > User Capacity: 7,681,501,126,656 bytes [7.68 TB] > Logical block size: 512 bytes > LU is resource provisioned, LBPRZ=0 > Rotation Rate: Solid State Device > Logical Unit id: REDACTED > Serial number: REDACTED > Device type: disk > Transport protocol: SAS (SPL-3) > Local Time is: Wed Oct 26 REDACTED > SMART support is: Available - device has SMART capability. > SMART support is: Enabled > Temperature Warning: Enabled > > === START OF READ SMART DATA SECTION === > Current Drive Temperature: 33 C > Drive Trip Temperature: 86 C > ``` > > I expected to see stuff like Total_Writes_GiB (TBW) or other "Vendor Specific SMART Attributes" I get on other systems, including the SMART log. > > How can I get the complete SMART data here? Is it possible to use `nvme` to show the statistics as it seems to be an NVMe-attached drive? `nvme list` only shows me the disks not connected through the MegaRAID controller…
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SMART data of Samsung PM1643a SSD connected through MR9560-16i
When I run `smartctl -Ai -d megaraid,0 /dev/sda` I only get the following output: ``` smartctl 6.5 2016-05-07 r4318 [x86_64-linux-4.19.0+1] (local build) Copyright (C) 2002-16, Bruce Allen, Christian Franke, www.smartmontools.org === START OF INFORMATION SECTION === Vendor: NVMe Product: SAMSUNG MZQLB7T6 Revision: 502Q Compliance: SPC-5 User Capacity: 7,681,501,126,656 bytes [7.68 TB] Logical block size: 512 bytes LU is resource provisioned, LBPRZ=0 Rotation Rate: Solid State Device Logical Unit id: REDACTED Serial number: REDACTED Device type: disk Transport protocol: SAS (SPL-3) Local Time is: Wed Oct 26 REDACTED SMART support is: Available - device has SMART capability. SMART support is: Enabled Temperature Warning: Enabled === START OF READ SMART DATA SECTION === Current Drive Temperature: 33 C Drive Trip Temperature: 86 C ``` I expected to see stuff like Total_Writes_GiB (TBW) or other "Vendor Specific SMART Attributes" I get on other systems, including the SMART log. How can I get the complete SMART data here? Is it possible to use `nvme` to show the statistics as it seems to be an NVMe-attached drive? `nvme list` only shows me the disks not connected through the MegaRAID controller…
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This talk is a hands-on introduction to fuzz testing. After a basic introduction to fuzzing we will give a live demonstration of our open source fuzzing tools, supporting C/C++, Java, JavaScript and Go. They will showcase modern state-of-the-art fuzzing approaches and demonstrate the different kinds of bugs one can detect. To get everyone on board we will take a short tour through the history and fundamentals of fuzzing before we look at the current state of fuzzing including code instrumentation for coverage guided fuzzing and bug detectors. We will find out what kind of bugs and vulnerabilities can be found with these techniques. We will do this by taking a look on how we use this modern approaches at Code Intelligence (Bonn, https://www.code-intelligence.com/) to make fuzzing as easy as writing unit tests, including demonstrations of our OSS tools Jazzer (https://github.com/CodeIntelligenceTesting/jazzer) and cifuzz (https://github.com/CodeIntelligenceTesting/cifuzz).
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PSA: if you switched from Pulseaudio to Pipewire (or started to use Pipewire), change the resample quality to reduce audio distortion (e.g. crackling, hissing)
Why do they even include settings by default which introduce crackling and hissing noises? I found that even starting with `resample.quality = 7` I couldn't hear any difference, younger people (like teenagers) might be able to distinguish 8-9. Maybe use 8 as a default value?
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Build of [Proton](https://github.com/ValveSoftware/Proton/) with the most recent bleeding-edge proton experimental [WINE](https://www.winehq.org/). Things it contains that Valve's proton does not: * [DXVK](https://github.com/doitsujin/dxvk) patched with Async, which can be toggled with DXVK_ASYNC=1 * Additional media foundation patches for better video playback support * AMD FSR patches added directly to fullscreen hack that can be toggled with WINE_FULLSCREEN_FSR=1 * FSR Fake resolution patch (details here: #52) * Nvidia CUDA support for phsyx and nvapi * Raw input mouse support * Fix for Mech Warrior Online * Fix for Asseto Corsa HUD * Fix for MK11 crash in single player * Fix for Killer Instinct Vulkan related crash * Fix for Cities XXL patches * 'protonfixes' system -- this is an automated system that applies per-game fixes (such as winetricks, envvars, EAC workarounds, overrides, etc). * Various upstream WINE patches backported * Various wine-staging patches applied as they become needed
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