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VR support for GNOME Wayland is here!
  • I think there is an unofficial wireless addon but it's very expensive. I don't mind the cable anyway tho.

  • VR support for GNOME Wayland is here!
  • For some reason, on Linux, the GPU performance mode isn't set to high automatically. You can use CoreCTRL to manually set it to high. That eliminated those issues for me.

  • VR support for GNOME Wayland is here!
  • Yeah, I have a Valve Index, which is officialy supported on Linux, so I don't have any issues in that regard. I think the only headsets that work well on Linux are the two with official support (HTC Vive and Valve Index) and the Quest headsets because of ALVR.

  • VR support for GNOME Wayland is here!
  • I just play VR on Linux, don't really have many problems with it. Only small ones like sometimes SteamVR doesn't recognize my headset the first time I start it so I need to restart it once.

  • You already know what to do 😏 (Canvas in 30 days)

    cross-posted from:

    > turns out I did my math wrong, so it’s a little less than 30 days > > # July 12th, 2024 @ midnight EDT > > > > ✨ this year’s event also supports the entire fediverse not just Lemmy! > > (you have to be able to make/receive text posts, like mastodon, lemmy, pixelfed, etc) > (peertube accounts will not work) > > you can get update announcements on other fedi platforms with @[email protected] link > > chat about Canvas on Matrix or Discord (they’re bridged)

    American healthcare be like
  • Wait, is miracle whip a real thing?! I thought that was just an exaggerated joke

  • [Solved] Hidamari is not loading on Linux Mint
  • It depends, since flatpaks are sandboxed, they don't have access to anything by default. The developer can set defaults for what their app is allowed to access and the user can also manually change that. There's also portals, so you can give them access for a file once (e.g. when opening in a file in an app) or allow them to see your screen and so on. There's still a lot of things that don't have portals tho, so flatpaks don't have access to that.

  • Chinese cars are pouring into Mexico — and the U.S. is worried - Autoblog
  • The democrats are also a right-wing party, just less so than the republicans

  • Linux users survey!
  • Thanks for telling me, more people answered than I expected

  • LLM ASICs on USB sticks?
  • Yeah, I usually take the 6bit quants, didn't know the difference is that big. That's probably why tho. Unfortunately, almost all Llama3 models are either 8B or 70B, so there isn't really anything in between but I find Llama3 models to be noticeably better than Llama2 models, otherwise I would have tried bigger models with lower quants.

  • How to force all chromium apps to use wayland, instead of xwayland by default?
  • Is there a noticeable benefit to those apps running natively on Wayland vs running through xWayland?

  • Has anybody noticed that some videos on YouTube will let you out of the app and continue playing in PiP mode on iOS?
  • Trust me, YouTube is (or at least was when I was still using the official app) a buggy mess on Android too

  • Man sues Apple for accidentally exposing his infidelity
  • I think that's the one thing Apple did wrong here. The way it seems to work currently, I would have to manually delete the same message from each device one after another. That's stupid.

  • NSFW
  • I'll look wherever the fuck I want

  • Linux users survey!
  • Filled out the survey, hope some other people do too. Would be interesting to see how people answered.

  • Trump Turns Bitcoin Into Test of Patriotism
  • This post reminded me that I also still had Bitcoin that I wanted to swap for Monero. Think I'm gonna wait a bit for the Trump supporters to buy in, they'll just do whatever he says without a second thought.

  • Trump Turns Bitcoin Into Test of Patriotism
  • Monero is great. Only crypto currency I actually use. Transactions are also waaay cheaper and faster than with Bitcoin.

  • Die Prognosen zur Europawahl machen mir Angst
  • Ich nutze tatsächlich TikTok (ja ich weiß) und es ist unglaublich wie viel AFD scheiß da ist. Fast jede Kommentarspalte von irgendwas annähernd linkem ist voll mit blauen Herzen.

  • Workers Create Value
  • I don't know where that idea came from but the .ml doesn't stand for marxist-leninist, those domains are simply free

  • what's going on with mapping

    Alternative Piped link:

    This text post should also contain pretty much the same information as the video:


    I recreated this community on a new instance osu! - tchncs

    osu! is a rhythm game based on the gameplay of a variety of popular commercial rhythm games such as Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan and Elite Beat Agents.

    osu! - tchncs

    The reason why was explained in my earlier post

    It's here now: [email protected]


    Do you think it would be a good idea to recreate the community on the instance I'm currently on?

    I switched from to but this community is still on I'm thinking of recreating this community on, where I'm now, because apparently there's still bugs when moderating a community that's on a different instance. Do you think I should recreate it there?

    I did: [email protected]

    Fedora Linux Fisch

    Need to run update-grub after every kernel update because I installed a GRUB theme

    I installed a GRUB theme and changed some options in the config but now I need to run update-grub (alias for grub2-mkconfig -o /etc/grub2-efi.cfg) after every kernel update or else that new kernel version won't boot. Does anybody know a fix for this?


    Any advantage to using something self-hosted, like Komga, in Mihon (formerly Tachiyomi)?

    I recently found out that instead of just using online sources, you can also use something you can host yourself, like Komga, in Mihon. I'm just wondering if there's an advantage to it that I didn't think of because the only things I can think of are:

    • Progress is synced over multiple devices
    • Online sources can suddenly go offline, your self-hosted service won't
    Open Signups Fisch

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    cross-posted from:

    > And there's global free leech while signups are open


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    And there's global free leech while signups are open


    How do I start maintaining a device?

    I have a Nothing Phone 1 but unfortunately, no one's currently maintaining it. I was thinking of doing it myself but I don't really know where to start. Would be great if you could give me some pointers.