Aboutstudent, mostly backend, intp, moderately privacy conscious
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Android didn't find it all that funny, that I was copying a 6 GiB file locally
Couldn't even load the settings app while `cp` did it's thing1
*ssh into server*
*runs 'sudo systemctl start docker'*
*ssh into server again*
> Permission denied
How docker? How are you destroying the ssh servers auth?12
Cause who the fuck wouldn't expect a TriState to have FIVE goddamn values of which only TWO are supported.
Yeah, makes perfect sense.1
Best part of the site honestly1
Wtf outlook, that is just incredibly stupid
"Outlook for Windows converts :) to a smiley icon in Wingdings font, which is the same character as J and shows up as J if you don't have Wingdings installed." - https://twitter.com/timolaak/...5
I have a pi-hole setup in my network for ad and tracker blocking and am dual-booting my pc.
I recently noticed just how much data windows really is trying to gather from my machine.
So I took the pi-hole graph and you can VERY clearly see the os switch. All this useless traffic coming from windows. (This is with all the privacy relevant options inside the settings already turned off!)17
Adding noip.com to the list of services that accept more passwords for signup than for logging in. Damnit how does software even get to that point. Isn't it, like, more effort to get this wrong than to get it right?
ipfs decentralizes the internet.
No governments blocking a website anymore.
Fast file transfers inside local networks.
Secured and authenticated data.
It's still in alpha but already working incredibly! well.
See https://d.tube all content there is delivered over ipfs
ipfs all the things, go host a node
https://halite.io is a really cool game (no affiliation)
It's a game where you submit a bot which then competes against bots from other humans (currently 1100).
Your objective is to micromanage a fleet of ships to optimize for production.
Plus, you can write in a wide variety of languages.
It's a nice challenge to develop strategies and maybe even learn a new language.8
Really annoyed over BlueBorne and the phone companies needing months to roll out a patch.
I need my music while traveling and my last pair of wired headphones broke two days ago /o\