This is the most creative form of Linux usage I've seen in ages!
It comes with the exact same CPU and GPU as their desktops. It has 16GB of RAM, a 2TB SSD and a 13” screen. It has Thunderbolt. It has an official keyboard + touchpad case.
I could’ve been doing some serious work on that beast if it would just let me access its UNIXy internals and install some software.
Finally got around to disabling the infrared camera on my laptop in Linux. Thanks to this post: https://hoelz.ro/blog/using-udev-to-disable-my-infrared-camera-on-linux
I've officially migrated to a satellite setup for MPD and the lack of lag compared to using an httpd stream is really nice. It's also nice not having to have anything running in the foreground to listen to music. I'm cheating a bit and using autofs to mount my smb share for my music_directory but oh well, it works.
I love these kinds of posts: https://www.gkbrk.com/2016/05/hotel-music/
I posted my iptables config for my home router: https://adamsimpson.net/writing/8-line-firewall
💎 Gembro is a mouse-driven Gemini browser written in Bubble Tea. We loved it so much we made our own Gemini capsule.
Try ’em both!
Fresh from the oven:
Deckmaster v0.2.0 - a powerful Linux service that controls your Elgato Stream Deck.
Customize your own decks with widgets and execute commands, trigger keyboard events or dbus calls on the push of a button!
Packages & binaries for various distros and architectures.
Get it here: https://github.com/muesli/deckmaster/
Almost 10 years later and every word of this stills holds up: https://trentwalton.com/2011/07/14/content-choreography/
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