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  • Thank you. I run like a million Docker containers and haven't ever gotten around to looking into this and you've just enlightened me perfectly. I appreciate it.

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  • Thank you. I've heard so much about CloudFlare tunnels, but don't know how they work. Do I just point it at an IP and port or is it much more complicated than that?

  • [90s Football] A possible all-time Bald XI......
  • I'd have Ribery over Rooney for a wide winger

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  • Funny you say that. That's why I was kinda hoping for FireFish to be the new Tumblr, but that sadly didn't pan out. But one of my requirements for self hosting is Fediverse integration.

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  • How did I not know that tchncs.de was more than just a Lemmy instance?

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  • When I was looking into Ghost over the weekend, Hugo kept popping up.

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  • I've been wanting to live write freely since forever, but it just feels sparse.

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  • Yeah, I was thinking about throwing something on my Raspberry Pi, but didn't know if I'd open the door to more issues.

  • Blogging in the AI era

    Is it possible to blog in the AI era?

    I write short stories every now and then and I throw them online. I also have a tech blog, where I moan about the decisions software I use make and with my "infinite wisdom", I tell them what they should be doing instead.

    I used to host both on Medium, but Medium got greedy. Then it was WordPress, but now even they're trying to be greedy bastards and use my shit for training AI.

    Some would argue that WordPress paid hosting will exempt me from the AI training, but for less than 100 visitors a year, it's not really worth the expense.

    So what is the solution? I ask the greater minds of this community for suggestions.

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    Are you transgender or gender diverse? Informal Survey Result: Majority of active Hexbear users say Yes and Maybe.
  • Hexbear is one of those instances that has a bad reputation. One of which is for being anti trans and yet the data says something different, unless they all hate themselves. In my experience of their users though, they're a decent bunch, polite and insightful. Though admittedly, I'm not in many of the main communities on Lemmy, so tend to miss most things.

  • It's time to move to Linux - YouTube
  • I've been screaming about this since I found out Re:CAPTCHA was using us to train AI. We should definitely be compensated.

  • Service charges: I'm now paying 拢8,000 a year for my flat - BBC News
  • The housing bubble will do anything to survive.

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  • That makes sense, I don't subscribe to [email protected] and only ever check ALL if there's an emergency or I'm logging into a fresh install of Sync.

  • How This Fusion Tech is Solving the Geothermal Energy Problem - YouTube

    I believe Two Bit DaVinci covered this a while back, but I could be wrong, oh well, summary:

    > This video talks about a new technology that could revolutionize geothermal energy. Geothermal energy is a clean and renewable source of energy that uses heat from the Earth's core to generate electricity. However, traditional drilling methods cannot reach the deep, hot rocks that contain the most geothermal energy. > > The new technology, developed by Quaise Energy, uses a microwave beam to vaporize rock. This allows them to drill much deeper and faster than traditional methods. The microwave beam is created using a gyrotron, which is a device commonly used to heat plasmas in fusion reactors. > > Quaise Energy is planning to test their technology in the field later this year. If successful, this could mean that geothermal energy could be a major source of clean energy in the future. > > Here are some of the key points from the video: > > * Traditional geothermal drilling methods cannot reach the deep, hot rocks that contain the most geothermal energy. > * Quaise Energy's new technology uses a microwave beam to vaporize rock, allowing them to drill much deeper and faster. > * The microwave beam is created using a gyrotron, a device commonly used to heat plasmas in fusion reactors. > * Quaise Energy is planning to test their technology in the field later this year. > * If successful, this could mean that geothermal energy could be a major source of clean energy in the future. > > I hope this summary is helpful!

    Edit: Nope, it was Matt Ferrell https://youtu.be/g8sjdOjNxIE

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  • Is it like this for everyone or just me?

  • Why does nobody maintain PPAs anymore?
  • To answer this question, you need to look at the fact we live in a capitalist society.

    What does that mean? It means that at every turn people are trying to make money.

    How is that relevant to Linux? Well it's two prong. First you need to look at the fact that the people at Canonical has Microsoft envy and so want to make money. Secondly, you have to look at the fact that the people Ubuntu have Microsoft envy and so designed their walled garden in a manner that uses Microsoft as inspiration.

    Okay...? So if you're building a walled garden and the smarter people have no desire for the disk space bloat that said walled garden comes at a cost of, how do you get them to move over other than making the sane, superior and slegacy (shush, I wanted the alliteration) way untenable.

    So what am I saying? It's all about shitty walled gardens and inferior software design, coupled with a lack of resources to maintain applications.

  • github.com Release 10.9.3 路 jellyfin/jellyfin

    馃殌 Jellyfin Server 10.9.3 We are pleased to announce the latest stable release of Jellyfin, version 10.9.3! This minor release brings several bugfixes to improve your Jellyfin experience. As always,...

    Release 10.9.3 路 jellyfin/jellyfin

    cross-posted from: https://aussie.zone/post/10159628

    > Forum Post: https://forum.jellyfin.org/t-new-jellyfin-server-web-release-10-9-3 > > Changelog: > Extract media attachment one by one if the filename appears to be a path [PR #11812], by @gnattu > Filter invalid IPs on external interface matching [PR #11766], by @gnattu > Use SharedStream for LiveTV more restrictively [PR #11805], by @gnattu > Fix the IOSurf error in QSV transcoding [PR #11830], by @nyanmisaka > Improve reliability of HasChanged check [PR #11792], by @Shadowghost > Trickplay: kill ffmpeg when task is cancelled [PR #11790], by @NotSaifA > Force more compatible transcoding profile for LiveTV [PR #11801], by @gnattu > Exclude virtual items from DateLastMediaAdded calculation [PR #11804], by @Shadowghost > Add Canceled to ended state [PR #11808], by @Shadowghost > Recalculate trickplay image height for anamorphic videos [PR #11798], by @gnattu > Fix BD/DVD folder chapter image extraction [PR #11754], by @Shadowghost > Mark SearchHint.MatchedTerm as nullable [PR #11802], by @crobibero > Disable VA-VK interop on not supported kernel versions [PR #11799], by @nyanmisaka > Retain order blu-ray segments [PR #11781], by @Bond-009 > Override too small trickplay image interval [PR #11788], by @gnattu > Apply audio boost when downmixing regardless of downmixalgo [PR #11774], by @Bond-009 > Fix VideoToolbox H264 constrained profile option [PR #11713], by @gnattu > Do not run trickplay on scan if disabled [PR #11739], by @Shadowghost > Don't require user when getting current session [PR #11738], by @crobibero >

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    Shared Volumes Question

    cross-posted from: https://lazysoci.al/post/13966618

    > If I have > > > version: "3.8" > > services: > example1: > image: example.com/example1:latest > ports: 8000:80 > volumes: > - shared_example:/data > services: > example2: > image: example.com/example2:latest > ports: 8080:80 > volumes: > - shared_example:/data > > volumes: > shared_example: > driver_opts: > type: nfs > o: "192.100.1.100, nolock,soft,rw" > device: ":/local/shared" > > > Will that slow things down or is the proper solution to have > > volumes: > shared_example1: > driver_opts: > type: nfs > o: "192.100.1.100, nolock,soft,rw" > device: ":/local/shared" > shared_example2: > driver_opts: > type: nfs > o: "192.100.1.100, nolock,soft,rw" > device: ":/local/shared" > > Or even > > volumes: > shared_example1: > shared_example2: > driver_opts: > type: nfs > o: "192.100.1.100, nolock,soft,rw" > device: ":/local/shared" >

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    Shared Volumes Question

    If I have

    ``` version: "3.8"

    services: example1: image: example.com/example1:latest ports: 8000:80 volumes:

    • shared_example:/data services: example2: image: example.com/example2:latest ports: 8080:80 volumes:
    • shared_example:/data

    volumes: shared_example: driver_opts: type: nfs o: "192.100.1.100, nolock,soft,rw" device: ":/local/shared" ```

    Will that slow things down or is the proper solution to have volumes: shared_example1: driver_opts: type: nfs o: "192.100.1.100, nolock,soft,rw" device: ":/local/shared" shared_example2: driver_opts: type: nfs o: "192.100.1.100, nolock,soft,rw" device: ":/local/shared"

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    YG - Weird (Official Music Video) - YouTube

    Another Drake diss

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    Release v2.0.8.1-2.0.8.1_beta_2024-05-07-ls208 路 linuxserver/docker-duplicati 路 GitHub
    github.com Release v2.0.8.1-2.0.8.1_beta_2024-05-07-ls208 路 linuxserver/docker-duplicati

    LinuxServer Changes: Deprecate armhf. Remote Changes: Data change at JSON endpoint https://api.github.com/repos/duplicati/duplicati/releases

    Release v2.0.8.1-2.0.8.1_beta_2024-05-07-ls208 路 linuxserver/docker-duplicati

    Backups. Based on https://github.com/duplicati/duplicati/releases/tag/v2.0.8.1-2.0.8.1_beta_2024-05-07

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    Titles Gone! (Official Music Video) @ExpressionsOozing @kgthacomedian - YouTube

    This is top drawer banter and as a Gooner, I'll take this on the chin.

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    arstechnica.com Google Search鈥檚 鈥渦dm=14鈥 trick lets you kill AI search for good

    The power of URL parameters lets you unofficially turn off Google's AI Overview.

    Google Search鈥檚 鈥渦dm=14鈥 trick lets you kill AI search for good
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    www.cnx-software.com SupTronics Raspberry Pi 5 UPS HAT X1202 V1.1 takes four 18650 batteries delivering up to 25W - CNX Software

    SupTronics Raspberry Pi 5 UPS HAT - An Pi 5 UPS designed to handle the high power demands of Raspberry Pi 5 even during power outages

    SupTronics Raspberry Pi 5 UPS HAT X1202 V1.1 takes four 18650 batteries delivering up to 25W - CNX Software

    This seems really cool to me.

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    liliputing.com MINISFORUM AtomMan X7 TI now available for pre-order (Mini PC with Core Ultra 9 185H and a 4 inch touchscreen display) - Liliputing

    MINISFORUM AtomMan X7 TI now available for pre-order (Mini PC with Core Ultra 9 185H and a 4 inch touchscreen display)

    MINISFORUM AtomMan X7 TI now available for pre-order (Mini PC with Core Ultra 9 185H and a 4 inch touchscreen display) - Liliputing

    I'm a sucker for new form factors

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    liliputing.com Jolla's Sailfish OS is moving to a subscription model, new phone (and a privacy-focused AI device) coming soon - Liliputing

    Jolla's Sailfish OS is moving to a subscription model, new phone (and a privacy-focused AI device) coming soon

    Jolla's Sailfish OS is moving to a subscription model, new phone (and a privacy-focused AI device) coming soon - Liliputing
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