@lattera 😂. Only 25g though. That isn’t too bad!
@phryk Yeah, it is very poor they still called it '12.0' .. either they should call it just '12', or they should have '12.0', '12.1', etc (especially with this breaking.. whatever it is)
@phryk single user mode from loader will bypass all of rc.conf
@phryk i had that happen when I used 12.0 compiled drm modules on a 12.1 kernel (and is now acknowledged in the 12.1 errata). (Well. The reboot. Not the rc.conf bit)
@florian oops. Now I found it
@florian what is the latest one?
Star Trek Picard spoilers
Ok. Watched Star Trek: Picard last night. The trope that we’ve created synthetic life forms that are indistinguishable from humans is overplayed at this point. Blade runner. Battlestar Galactica. The Matrix. I am forgetting some too.
And when exactly were these supposed to have been developed? At the end of Insurrection it wasn’t possible or even close. But decades before “now” they mastered it and had a rebellion and in the meantime some scientist made human ones.
repair guides, cursing
@kurtm that’s because Haynes has a trademark on “replacement is the reverse of removal”
@mwlucas hah. Our birthdays are pretty close. I too am sometimes awarded with excess festivities
The fediverse is a public forum.
Your posts are only as secure as the admins of every instance that your home server federates with, in terms of private and followers-only messages.
If you're going to talk about sensitive information, keep it to Signal or other secure 1-on-1 channels.
Assume that everything you post to the fediverse, is being scooped up by multiple gov agencies around the world.
The Milan scrape was only notable because they made their findings public.
If a university scraping feeds did it, it's safe to assume other, bigger organizations have been doing it for much longer.
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