loathesome dongeater

a cool (brr) dude

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Joined 3Y ago
Cake day: May 14, 2020


There is a place in toronto where you can walk a lobster on a leash before it is killed and prepared for you

Google fu was genuinely useful before the dawn of SEO. Not sure about prompt engineering since the AI fabricates a significant amount of bs.

Ray tracing support when?

On a serious note, their selling point is being batteries included. They have a ton of features that I wasn’t able to make sense of. A bare-bones alternative is alacritty which is also written in rust and has GPU acceleration.

I would have preferred Jellyfin as well but chromecast was not working on my TV properly. So I tried Plex which worked fine.

There are only a few things I like to watch so I don’t need jackett etc.

Then I realised that I can just use a dlna server and cast using VLC for Android. This is working much better for me than Jellyfin or Plex which are overly complicated. I cannot even disable metadeta fetching in Plex. And have to log in their central server for some unknown reason.

Yeah good suggestion. Thanks. Will look into it.

What to do with Raspberry Pi/Odroid N2?
I was thinking of getting an Odroid N2+ to use as a Jellyfin/Plex server. What other things can it be used for? I know there is RetroPie but I have no interest in that. Any other suggestions?

I think it’s probably bug in the db triggers that update the comment count for posts. Right now I see two comments on that post but the count is shown to be three.

Using AGPL would not have prevented the package being reinstated as you said but if that was the license, the number of other packages using left-pad as a dependency would have been significantly lower which would have saved the author some headache at least.

I agree that NPM should not have ideally caved in to whatever Kik™ asked them too. Also agree that NPM had the right to restore the module as dictated by the terms of license the module was distributed under. I haven’t checked but I am 99% sure that is licensed under MIT which is the darling license of the node ecosystem. When you do that you are basically opening yourself to being abused by corporations. But I don’t want to blame the victim here because it is pretty common in webdev to be seduced by sweet whispers of the “open source” “community”.

Whether the function should be a part of the standard library I am not sure. If I had to do something like that I would most likely copy paste the code from a stack overflow answer. Having a whole module for one small function seems ridiculous to me.

Merged PR count is 882 (checked from the GraphQL API). The closed tab includes PRs that were closed without merging.

Test youtube link

You have to click the three dots on a comment posted by the user. You should see the “appoint as admin” option there. That’s where I see it.

There is still a market for these but they are marketed as HiFi devices with a significant markup. I have one called Shanling Q1 which is the cheapest such audio player I could find and I really like it. Would not have been required if phones did not ditch the 3.5mm AUX port but then they would not have been able to sell garbage like airpods and galaxy buds.

Can you share the output of docker logs -n 100 itsdomaincom_lemmy_1? Just want to verify whether it is receiving requests or not.

I am not really sure what is causing this. Sorry about this. It could be because of incompatible versions of lemmybb and lemmy being used. Maybe @nutomic@lemmy.ml can help with this because it goes beyond my knowledge of docker. You can check lemmy logs to see if it is receiving request from lemmybb. Apart from it I am not sure what to do.


Try changing this to LEMMYBB_BACKEND= and see if it works.

Are you using docker at all? If yes, can you share the output of docker ps?

Also, can you share your /etc/systemd/system/lemmy_bb.service file?

How are you running the lemmy backend? What port is it running on?

Rocket has launched from

proxy_pass “”;

Make sure these ports are the same. Since your UI is running on 8703 you should use 8703 in the nginx config as well.

This will be impossible to debug without the nginx (or whatever reverse proxy you are using) configuration. Because it looks like lemmybb is running but it is not being served properly.

don’t see freedom of speech there

Federation for Pixelfed, Mastodon, Pleroma and Peertube solve one main issue which is the lack of freedom of speech.

where did you get this from?

why do you “freeze peach” folks always harp on about “freeze peach” violations that are completely detached from reality?

what is your hypothetical user posting that is getting them banned? where are they posting it? you just sound like you want to disable the ban button.

there must be an arandr kind of application to help make configurations like this easier i think

I think avidemux splicing is lossless too. It takes a couple seconds to do it.

pcmanfm-qt for graphical, nnn for terminal

at work we still use a hackmd instance. it has an outdated imgur extension and the service crashes when anyone tries to upload an image.

the solution was to set the docker restart policy to always. lmao

hedgedoc landing page says “real-time collaboration” but i can’t find any more info on it.


What kind of software do you use daily? Sometimes viable alternatives exist.

My personal laptop is a “gaming” laptop. I have Linux on one SSD and Windows LTSC on the other. I use Windows only for video g*mes.

The UI doesn’t allow specifying sort order it seems but if you go to https://lemmy.ml/communities, the default sort order is close to what you want.

Nevermind I take it back. It may not be close to what you want.

I wonder if they plan of counteracting SEO by all websites making search results useless

There is a button to crosspost under every post

Ryujinx is a very food project. Open source from the beginning and focusing on accuracy over hacks.

I can watch it if I click on the link to the mp4 but the embed is not working