Der @meldrian war so begeistert von dem NewGRF "Wasteland" für das wunderbare #OpenTDD, dass er sogleich ein Angespielt-Video daraus gezaubert hat, um euch dieses #linuxgaming-Schmankerl aus dem Fallout-Universum, näher zu bringen.
Kurz Angespielt: OpenTTD 13.4 (NewGRF: Wasteland 0.5.0 - HowTo Städtewachstum)
Starting today, I'm going to rate all #Linux commands. Let us begin with cowsay.
PERSONAL RATING: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5/5
#AskFedi Anyone know of a good music library manager for Mobile Linux? (esp. Phosh/GNOME)
I like the aesthetic and background playback features of Amberol, but it can't do playlists or scrobble my listens to last.fm. I like the functionality of Lollypop, but it crashes too much and the UI/UX is awful.
Here's my criteria:
- Adaptive for mobile/touch
- Scrobble to last.fm
- Background Playback
Red Hat Refines Beta Release Cycle for RHEL Minor Updates
A path out of bloat: A #Linux built for VMs
Refuse to speak with the unworthy. #Linux #FreeBSD #OpenSource https://cromwell-intl.com/open-source/ssh-2-access-control.html?s=mc
How do I check if a port is in use on #Linux? https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/how-do-i-check-if-a-port-is-in-use-on-linux/
If one must summon daemons, make them fast and powerful. #Linux #OpenSource https://cromwell-intl.com/open-source/performance-tuning/applications.html?s=mc
Recovering my free oracle cloud (aarch) VM was a bit more hastle; I hadn't set a root password, so I couldn't login on the console; in the end I had to create a (free) x86 VM, swing the aarch boot device to a 2nd block device on the x86, set a root password in the aarch disc and delete the knackered systemd-networking config. Life would have been a lot easier if they'd just included a rescue image.
Now here's something really special - I don't come across things so refreshingly kewl this often. I follow and test with AlienBob's Ktown endowed LiveSlack CDs but I've been running my own installed from scratch
Slackware -currentworkstations (or moving them to new machines) that I've continued maintain w/bleeding edge software for many years.
This is more like the latter (My warm and fuzzy, just how I like it, personal OS install) than the former (LiveSlack CD) - You're getting the benefit of seeing how someone else sets up their machine to incorporate their daily business flow, with all the kewl tweaks and progs right there for you to moll over. You can run it as/is or take it as a starting point to diverge from, incorporating your own style and improvements for years to come.
You prolly wanna bookmark this for sure and I know that I'mma spin this up myself this week!
A couple of things that I feel are pertinent to mention:
- You start off with a running system, like any #LiveCD, but already tweaked with plenty of customization and integrations to make this a plug and play daily driver right out of the gate.
- It's a great way to skip over the parts that led you to believe it was too much work to justify getting started with #Gentoo.
A scribing device that costs but a few coins at the Walled Market can serve you well on #Linux. #OpenSource https://cromwell-intl.com/open-source/canon-pixma-printer-scanner.html?s=mc
What's better than a #desktop screenshot? A desktop snapshot!
Desktop screenshot with two terminal windows open, on the top-right one is running "neofetch", and on the bottom-left there's one running "btop".
Desktop screenshot with a window open running the "StepMania" 4-arrow rhythm game, playing a builtin song titled "springtime" by "hommisar".
Desktop screenshot with two windows overlaid on top of one another. The one in the back is a heavily customized firefox displaying the wikipedia page for the Newton unit. On top of this is Qalculate, a scientific calculator, calculating how far an object weighing 500 grams would have moved after applying 10 Newton of force for 15 seconds.
#Linux 6.8 x86/urgent Update Beefs Up Protection Against Side Channel CPU Bugs
Did a quick rough check:
55 of those refer to a mainline commit
10 of those were marked for backporting to stable/longterm
And that's why Greg backports a lot of #LinuxKernel mainline commits to stable/longterm that are not tagged for backporting -- and why "only backport changes mainline developers tagged for backporting" is a bad idea.
 reminder, such tagging is optional, as participation in stable/longterm is optional
What is x86-64-v3? - You may have heard Linux pundits discussing x86-64-v3. Can recompiling Linux code ... - https://hackaday.com/2024/02/25/what-is-x86-64-v3/ #computerhacks #linuxhacks #x86_64 #linux