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Mounting Folders VS Symlinks?
  • bind mounts don't usually have the problems that symlinks do. The only time I've had issues involve container systems like docker or flatpak.

  • Mounting Folders VS Symlinks?
  • For data like this from another filesystem I usually like to mount the entire volume somewhere private like /run and then bind mount the parts I want to use into their desired locations (like /home/foo/Download, etc.)

    I do this with a second ext4 drive that I use for performance sensitive storage with my primary btrfs system root. It works well, just be aware of edge cases involving containers (you may have to grant the container access to the original mount location under /run as well as the bound path.)

  • Least Weasel
  • Cute cat snake

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  • It's Tuesday, the Internet needs to assign meaning to something

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    In your career, have you found a drama free workplace?
  • Nope. Where there are people there is drama.

    Some are better at managing their drama than others but no workplace is drama free.

  • China, Russia announce joint naval exercises
  • The Russian navy eh? I'm sure this will go swimmingly.

  • My friend's cat used to do this to me all the time
  • One summer I pulled all of the furniture in our bedroom about 18in out from the walls so I could more quickly catch and remove the 3am rodent deliveries.

    The same cat would bring a mouse to any houseguest we hosted for more than a day or two. I had to warn them to prepare for a 3-4am welcome present.

  • "Fry" is an ambiguous word in English
  • That's just English for you, the same language gives us this perfectly valid and meaningful sentence:

    Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo.

  • Schoolbus rule
  • The shortest bus

  • HP forced to ditch popular printer range following user backlash
  • "Requires subscription. Monthly cost: $XX, total cost over 5y: $XXX" should do it

  • can't access some links or photos
  • Just FYI that link doesn't even open in Chrome, the site times out

  • After 14 Years of Cantarell, GNOME is Testing a New Default Font - OMG! Linux
  • I've used Inter as my UI font for years so I guess that's one fewer package I need to download if this change lands

  • Looking at you Verizon
  • There's an lsposed module that spoofs Knox status now so rooting is more viable: https://xdaforums.com/t/app-xposed-magisk-knoxpatch-v0-6-8-restore-samsung-knox-features.4549179/

    I don't use Samsung tap to pay but I use a couple other features that are gated behind Knox status

  • Looking at you Verizon
  • I usually move on once it's time for a battery replacement - I can get ~$100-150 back by selling the old phone and I get a newer camera out of the upgrade at the same time.

    It works out to be something like $8-10/mo spent in the end (or ~$12/mo if I keep the old phone for some reason) so it's not terribly expensive in the end.

  • What wasted potential
  • I wanted to say getting poked in the eye with a sharp stick but then I thought about it for a minute and Twitter is still worse

  • Dev boots a PC from Google Drive cloud storage — a storage-less laptop becomes a truly cloud-native computer
  • Bro forgot to liberally sprinkle blockchain and AI dust on his project before offering it to investors

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    Implement client side multicommunities

    One of the features I really miss from the snu site is multireddits. It would be really handy to have a similar feature available in boost that can aggregate posts from multiple communities into a single feed view.

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    Magical Kingdom Rule

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    50 million rendered polygons vs one spicy 4.2MB boi

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    So anyway I started (psionic) blasting

    Last floor of a very successful berserker run. The imp quest netted a ring of wealth +2 to go with the alchemy kit I found earlier on. After a couple of SoUs into the ring I was swimming in upgraded scrolls throughout the demon halls, then a summoning trap room spawned adjacent to the entrance.

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    Marjorie Taylor Greene Rages at 'Stupid People' She Has To Work With

    www.newsweek.com Marjorie Taylor Greene rages at "stupid people" she has to work with

    At an event on Sunday, Greene said she was "sick and tired" of the "stupid people" she works with in Washington, D.C.—including Republicans.

    Marjorie Taylor Greene rages at "stupid people" she has to work with
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    Cat potato

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    Yo fuck tankies

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    www.alternet.org 'Scripture is very clear': New House Speaker tells Congress God has 'ordained' them

    Republican Speaker of the House Mike Johnson, in his first remarks after being elected Wednesday afternoon, told Members of Congress that “Scripture” and “the Bible” are clear that they have been “ordained” by God.“I want to tell all my colleagues here what I told the Republicans in that room last n...

    'Scripture is very clear': New House Speaker tells Congress God has 'ordained' them

    Republican Speaker of the House Mike Johnson, in his first remarks after being elected Wednesday afternoon, told Members of Congress that “Scripture” and “the Bible” are clear that they have been “ordained” by God.

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