I frickin' love your site/pictures! Thank you for sharing :)
thanks for your kind words!
Ayy! Saw these first here and immediately ordered 5 t-shirts! Specifically
Hey mom, I'm getting reposted again.
Wasn't this also XKCD
I'm impressed OP didn't write 'My professor wrote this on the board today".
This picture is getting old, as are the people making up how original it is.
Sorry I'm grumpy but this picture is getting way too over posted.
Someone reposted your picture of your professor's IRL repost? Meta.
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What is the interesting story here? What is the noteworthiness? Why did you post this? All I am seeing is a linux mint install on a moderately old 40GB hdd. Why is this getting upvotes?
rm: cannot remove 'rf' : No such file or directory
I know a guy who knows he has more than ten.
On a thumb drive.
bcachefs needs more guinea pigs!
You might not guess it from the website, since I hate working on websites, or updates, or anything like that... but bcachefs development has been continuing steadily along, lots of polishing and fixing bugs.
And I'm actually running out of bugs to fix! Which means in order to keep making progress on truly making it rock solid, I need help from more users running it and trying to break it.
So... give it a shot, and I'd love to hear people's experiences with it.
How does bcachefs handle power cuts or other similar incidents? What's the likelihood it doesn't mount or corrupts data?
Not currently - I've got a patch to some core VFS code to add some locking. But, I was recently told the VFS developers are actually working on a better solution, so if that goes in there shouldn't be any real obstacles to making it dkms-able.
It's going to be hard to get more testers if it means booting a specific kernel :|
How far off is mainlining? If things have stabilized what do you want to have hammered out before the mainlining process starts?
RedHat is one of the few companies that I'm almost always happy with when they acquire another company. They always seem to make things more open (like with Ansible Tower)
Great! RedHat is doing an amazing job with Project Atomic, and sharing efforts with CoreOS sounds epic.
It's not though. It blows my mind that in 2018 people are still bitching about selinux.
Want a solution to make SELinux easy peasy? Install policycoreutils-python on your centos/rhel boxes. Run the following command when you hit something not working:grep denied /var/log/audit/audit.log | audit2why
Boom, the script tells you what the issue is, what's causing it, and the exact commands to fix the issue. setsebool and restorecon one-liners and you're off to the races.
This blows my mind that people don't do this. Wrote a custom app with thousands of lines of code and you have no idea how to debug selinux for it? Here you go. Permissive mode with logging, run the app, do your tests, then feed the data into audit2why and establish your rules.2018, people. Stop disabling SELinux and learn to use it.
For example, I just rolled out BookStack which has 0 selinux documentation, and their "official" centos guide uses old ass php and disables selinux and the firewall. Ridiculous! It took two selinux commands copied from audit2why output to get it working and 30 seconds to add a firewall-cmd rule.
It appears that Redhat is looking to utterly dominate Kubernetes and container technology.
There is a lot of CoreOS that is slick as shit. It's stripped down version of cloud-init is fantastic. Etcd is a rock solid key-value store for configuration data.
Also the amount of systemd that CoreOS leveraged for clustering and configuration was extremely good move. Made having large number of CoreOS systems a breeze to manage.
Project Atomic is Redhat's answer to CoreOS and it's generally inferior except for it's use of OSTree and Cockpit. That's not to say that Atomic is that bad, it just has a lot more baggage then CoreOS does.
Hopefully this also means that CoreOS people will work closer with Redhat/Gnome/et al to create a container image format standard that will rival Docker and allow containers to become a core universal feature.
aur/oldschool-pc-fonts aur/the-ultimate-oldschool-pc-fonts aur/ttf-oldschool-pc-fonts
Available in three different AUR packages, for some reason.
Well that's community repo in a nutshell :)
"licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License" -- https://int10h.org/oldschool-pc-fonts/readme/#legal_stuff
Also have a look at 3270font. It's closely based on the font from the classic IBM terminal of the same name, but it's actually a modern vector font that will look good at any resolution.
It's a good decision. They can always switch it around when 18.10 comes out.
3 is by far the biggest issue with gnome shell under Wayland. Losing you entire session if gnome shell crashes is a big deal breaker
As if the inability to use standard enterprise software like Hangounts, Skype, RDP or VNC is not a huge deal braker.
Regardless, I think it's hilarious that with all the constant shower of praise that Wayland gets, and all the tall words about how Xorg is terrible because it's old, people consistently fail to mention that whenever gnome-shell crashes it takes the whole session down with it!
Not fanboyism here, none what so ever! No siree... /s :D
I wonder if KDE shows the same behavior.
I agree. I've been using Ubuntu 17.10 on my home laptop and there are too many complete GUI lockups for comfort. It's also gives the screensharing programs another 2 years to support wayland
The real gem in this article is this one:
A telling sign in hindsight, many distributions reneged on our decision and turned icons on for their users anyway. And yet we had decided to throw the switch upstream; what next?
Next time a disruptive UI/UX engineer passionate about shaping the user experience of the future serves you their usual "users don't know what they want" and "clean, honest interface" bullshit, show them this.
And this mentality is why KDE will never overtake GNOME.
Does the KDE project intend to do this at all?
Sorry that you are incapable or understanding that more is not better.
Less is not necessarily better too. With Plasma, I find the balance between the two extremes quite good, since most of the functions are easy to activate or deactivate.
Oh yeah I remember when they removed system tray and their suggestion was to use an extension (TopIcons-plus) which is now unmaintained https://github.com/phocean/TopIcons-plus.
This is a case study of why I left gnome.
I think most university's are.. and have done for decades.. You should see what research facilities, science labs and industry are running then. There are custom made unix/linux software out there you haven't even heard of and never will as a regular consumer.
I think most university's are..
In Germany? Hell no!
Same thing in Hochschule Augsburg. All the PCs here run Debian. Runs like a charm.
One of our professors demanded to use linux for his course and told the IT to set it up. They setup a VMware with ubuntu and the software we needed, but it was a pain to set it up properly with some hardware then. It was a fun task to keep a bluetooth connection stable when windows decides to kick it every 2 minutes, fun times.
I wish the whole university had linux to work with instead of windows. And it was also in germany.