Well *done*, Hoopla. (ranty tech thing)
Before I've even registered for your service, you've greeted a user just wanting to take a peek with this wonderfully non-bypassable "use a modern browser" screen.
....I'm quite literally using Chromium. Stock Chromium, with only a patch to enable the hardware h.264 decoding on Linux. (Which, by the way, is enabled in mainline Chrome on Windows - a configuration they explicitly support.)
re: Tech rambling, live troubleshooting
So close and yet so far. By manually editing the KVM XML for my router VM, I was able to get the custom-compiled QEMU plus Debian's libvirt to boot it and at least get me Internet access. Now comes the task of manually purging QEMU...which apparently doesn't support `make uninstall`. See screenshot.
Well, this is embarrassing. I modded this Teensy to work at 3.3 volts before soldering it onto this protoboard. Thought I'd double check it on a whim...turns out, the trace didn't cut all the way, and it was still running full 5v! Ended up having to cut an access hatch in the bottom of the board to fix it. *facepalm*
Tinkerer, musician, engineer, linux-wiiu dev. Also a staff member of ForTheUsers. Who knows what will show up here?
A generalist Mastodon instance with a nice domain name. Running on Glitch Social's fork with a custom theme!