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Just another Swedish programming sysadmin person.
Coffee is always the answer.

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To be fair, I’d consider a silent assassination to be nowhere near as aggressive as a full frontal assault.

With how much security they’re speaking about, it does makes sense that even “low-aggression” unlawful activities would still potentially involve a whole bunch of combat.

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He won’t be allowed to perform at Eurovision with the Windows 95 name/trademark/logo, so it would be hilarious if he switches to a name like Linuxman during it.

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Version requirements? No rules!

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Well, there are people running Linux in all manner of ways, like VRChat shaders.

FEP-61cf: The OpenWebAuth Protocol (socialhub.activitypub.rocks)

This is the proposed FEP-61cf: The OpenWebAuth Protocol. OpenWebAuth is the “single sign-on” mechanism used by Hubzilla, (streams) and other related projects. It allows a browser-based user to log in to services across the Fediverse using a single identity. Once logged in, they can be recognised by other...

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This looks really odd in relation to other fediverse software; Why /magic and required to be on the root of the domain? Why hard-require routing the domain part of the user ID when .well-known/webfinger exists? Why is there a X-Open-Web-Auth header which the spec only describes as “its purpose is unclear from the code”?
So many questions.

I definitely like the idea of distributed sign-in, Solid did a decent work of that many years ago after all. This particular proposal just looks rather odd.

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If you build a linked list in C, and put the pointer to the next entry as the first element in your struct, then you only need a single variable (and two comparisons) to do sorted insertion into the list.

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Steve Rogers might have America’s Ass, but Mothman has the Buns of Steel.

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Why is it .jpg and not .jxl? That’s the registered extension for JPEG-XL.

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The built-in Firefox support is only activated for unstable builds, so you can’t enable it on stable unless you manually enable it during compile-time.

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Here’s a .jxl JPEG-XL upload I did on Lemmy three days ago;
…ananace.dev/…/ad4e745e-0135-4cc3-889c-052600828d…

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People really have no love for JPEG-XL - though to be fair that’s mainly Google’s fault at the moment.

Stalwart v0.5.2 (stalw.art)

We are thrilled to announce the release of Stalwart Mail Server 0.5.2, which brings two significant advancements: the integration of the ACME protocol for automatic TLS certificate deployment and support for the HAProxy Protocol. These features mark a substantial step forward in our commitment to enhancing the security and...

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You could also just run IMAP/JMAP/SMTP as separate components, I can’t see any place in the Stalwart documentation - or in the Docker image itself - where monolith is the only option.

I haven’t tested the setup myself yet, but me and another root are planning on testing a setup of Stalwart to replace a semi-broken IMAP/JMAP setup for a computer club, keeping the SMTP as is.

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Haven’t really used any proper JMAP clients - since the setup is broken anyway, so mainly just curl.

Make Inkscape installed through Flatpak callable in the terminal as 'inkscape'?

I have a Python-package that calls Inkscape as part of a conversion process. I have it installed, but through Flatpak. This means that calling inkscape does not work in the terminal, but rather flatpak run org.inkscape.Inkscape. I need the package to be able to call it as inkscape....

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Flatpak already creates executable wrappers for all applications as part of regular installs, though they’re by default named as the full package name.

For when inkscape has been installed into the system-wide Flatpak installation, you could simply symlink it like; ln -s /var/lib/flatpak/exports/bin/org.inkscape.Inkscape /usr/local/bin/inkscape

For the user-local installation, the exported runnable is in ~/.local/share/flatpak/exports/bin instead.

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I personally use ~/.bin for my own symlinks, though I also use the user-specific installation instead of the system-wide one.
I wouldn’t guarantee that any automation handles ~/.local/bin or ~/.bin either, that would depend entirely on the distribution. In my case I’ve added both to PATH manually.

Gentoo goes Binary (packages) (www.gentoo.org)

To speed up working with slow hardware and for overall convenience, we’re now also offering binary packages for download and direct installation! For most architectures, this is limited to the core system and weekly updates - not so for amd64 and arm64 however. There we’ve got a stunning >20 GByte of packages on our mirrors,...

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The official binhost project has been an experimental thing until now, I’ve personally been using it for the year on multiple machines, but it’s not been something that you can just enable. And it’s definitely not been something that’s come pre-prepared in the stage 3.

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