@pk Yes! One of few things I supported on kickstarter. This one delivered great game.

@michal You can run anything that is accessible through TCP (this includes HTTP) as onion service.
You can also use I2P instead of TOR as well.

@rogatywieszcz
Możesz w swojej instancji w pole wyszukiwania wkleić link do wpisu z innej i powinno ci znaleźć.

@gamingonlinux Gman really wanted to get his message spread out ;)

I made dis: etam.homelinux.com/index.php/s

It's a timelapse video made with with picam.

Images taken with

raspistill -t 0 -tl 10000 -w 1437 -h 1080 -th none --nopreview -o image%04d.jpg

merged to a video on my laptop with

gst-launch-1.0 multifilesrc location="images/image%04d.jpg" index=0 caps="image/jpeg,framerate=\(fraction\)60/1" ! jpegdec ! videoconvert ! vp9enc threads=4 ! webmmux ! filesink location="images.webm"

"These Versus Numbers Reveal A Shocking Surprise About Linux Desktop Environments"
TLDR: Xfce doesn't require less RAM than KDE.
forbes.com/sites/jasonevangelh

@pskosinski
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30. Strzeż się, byś się nie dał usidlić, idąc za nimi, gdy będą wytępione przed tobą; nie pytaj się też o ich bogów, mówiąc: W jaki sposób te narody służyły swoim bogom? Tak samo i ja uczynię. 31. Nie uczynisz tak Panu, swemu Bogu, gdyż wszystko, czym brzydzi się Pan i czego nienawidzi, czynili swoim bogom; nawet swoich synów i swoje córki palili w ogniu dla swoich bogów.

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@pskosinski Ciekawostka: Biblia zabrania przyjmowania zwyczajów pogańskich i ubierania choinki:

Jeremiasza 10:2-4
2. Tak mówi Pan: Drogi pogańskiej nie uczcie się, a zanamion niebieskich nie bójcie się; bo się ich poganie boją. 3. Ustawy zaiste tych narodów są wierutna marność; bo uciąwszy drzewo siekierą w lesie, dzieło rąk rzemieślnika, 4. Srebrem i złotem ozdabia je, gwoździami i młotami utwierdza je, aby się nie ruchało.

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@mntmn
$ cnf breakfast
breakfast: command not found
$cnf dog

The program 'dog' can be found in the following package:
* oneko [ path: /usr/bin/dog, repository: zypp (repo-oss) ]

Try installing with:
sudo zypper install oneko

@mntmn
1. Start emacs server.
2. From other machines login over ssh and attach using `emacsclient -c`.
3. You can visit the same buffer from each endpoint. Each will have an independent cursor and will see changes made by others in real time.

@pskosinski My wife uses Windows and I can tell you "everything works there" is BS. You're just under an impression that the grass is greener on the other side of the fence.

@ln4711
guardianproject.info/apps/orbo
> *\*Expert Root Mode**
> ★ UNIVERSAL MODE: Orbot can be configured to transparently proxy all of your Internet traffic through Tor. You can also choose which specific apps you want to use through Tor.

Works great for me.

@pskosinski Correction: If it's running or not is in the "Active:" line, obviously.

@pskosinski `systemctl status` shows what's running. `systemctl status name` shows details. If it's running or not is in the "Loaded:" line. If it's supposed to be started at boot it's "enabled" in "Loaded:" line.
GUI: Never used one. But apparently openSUSE has a YaST module for that.

@rysiek It works. Although it took a while for ServiceWorker to start for the first time. Much longer that I normally keep a website open.

@victorhck You're not alone. It has been discussed on mailing lists and forums. Here are relevant bug reports: bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug and bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=4

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