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WWE on Twitter: SummerSlam is coming to @usbankstadium in Minneapolis, MN for TWO NIGHTS on August 1-2, 2026
  • Is it just me, or do these multi-night events end up watering down the card? WM40 was fairly lackluster aside from the top of the card. Now we’re going to do it with SummerSlam? Maybe HHH will keep each night’s card small, like 4 matches, and that would avoid the fluff.

  • which OS for transcoding with jellyfin and gpu intel arc a380?
  • You’ll need to be far more descriptive than “I can’t get it to work.” I can almost guarantee you that Fedora is not the problem.

  • Beginner in need of real help!
  • I’m a little lost on how a container would mess with your boot loader (GRUB). That aside, most of what you’re explaining to do with the containers. These are OS-agnostic. What do the container logs tell you?

  • Fightful: Brian Gewirtz Says Cody Rhodes Promo Where He Stepped Aside For The Rock Was Supposed To Be More Uplifting, "Cody, it was supposed to be, in some form, 'Yeah, Fuckin A! Go get em, Rock!"
  • Let’s not forget that Gewirtz is incredibly close to Rock. I won’t call him a ‘yes man’, but he’s got that level of access. This whole thing where he’s deflecting from the Rock and blaming Cody is just the kind of spin that would come from Rock’s camp. Whether he liked it or not, Rock handled it incredibly well. This is just dirt sheet bullcrap.

  • Cannot reset DNS Settings
  • This is really more of a home networking issue than anything having to do with self-hosting, especially since it centers on a consumer router. Please consider posting this in one of the many Lemmy home networking communities.

  • Building My Home Server | Kev Quirk
  • I’m going to allow this post, despite its age and likely obsolescence. I encourage community members to use up and down votes to judge its value to the community.

  • Move UnRaid from metal to Proxmox
  • I am with you on the advantages of running it in a VM. The isolation a VM provides is really nice. Snapshots FTW.

  • [Discussion] SquaredCircle..we've seen a lot of championship titles come and go over the decades. What is your favourite (or, least favourite)?
  • The belt that pisses me off simply for existing: TNA Digital Media championship. FFS, that name….the concept is totally unnecessary, but that friggin’ name is just horrible. And, hey, why not have a ‘pre-show champ’, right? Last one we had was Ryback. Gotta keep the legacy alive.

  • Impact of insufficient sleep on total daily energy expenditure, food intake, and weight gain
  • TL;DR: No sleep = tired = low energy = eating for energy = overeating

    I feel this, too. I’m averaging 4-5 hours/night. I know that I eat at night to get energy to stay awake and carry on.

  • Move UnRaid from metal to Proxmox
  • That’s not a definitive support statement about Docker being unsupported. In fact, even in the Admin Guide, it only provides recommendations. The comment I replied said Docker is unsupported by Proxmox. I maintain that there is no such statement from Proxmox.

  • Move UnRaid from metal to Proxmox
  • Proxmox is Debian at its core, which is supported by Docker. There’s no good reason to not run Docker on the bare metal in a homelab. I’d be curious to know what statement Proxmox has made about supporting Docker. I’ve found nothing.

  • Release Paperless-ngx v2.8.3 · paperless-ngx/paperless-ngx · GitHub
  • I know folks are annoyed when no project description is provided. I think this one is popular enough to be exempt. Nevertheless, here it is: digital document retention.

  • A question about Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. [Spoilers]
  • I’m amused by the spoilers tag used for a question about a movie that was released in 1986.

  • Release v0.8.1 - A bit more than a Hotfix · Kareadita/Kavita · GitHub
  • This community is not unmoderated, nor is it micromanaged. As has been shared in these comments, some members of this community appreciate these new release postings. If you don't, ignore/hide it and/or downvote it and move on.

  • When you do it yourself and it looks like you did it yourself lol
  • Looks like work you’d get out of 98% of pros. I’m fine with my mistakes and imperfections. It’s the ones I pay others for that piss me off.

  • Proxmox Disk Performance Problems
  • Check the ZFS pool status. You could lots of errors that ZFS is correcting.

  • Proxmox Disk Performance Problems
  • Quick and easy fix attempt would be to replace the HDD with an SSD. As others have said, the drive may just be failing. Replacing with an SSD would not only get rid of the suspect hardware, but would be an upgrade to boot. You can clone the drive, or just start fresh with the backups you have.

  • Full list of Uncle Howdy teasers so far
  • Name the last time this kind of thing actually got over. Go.

  • I'd like to talk to the instance moderator who removed my community without talking to me first.

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/1147109

    > As is stated in the title, I created and moderated [email protected]. According to the modlog, this community was removed 10 days ago. The modlog doesn't show me who removed the community. I understand the community wouldn't necessarily be everyone's cup of tea, but the actions taken seem improper.

    EDIT

    After making my case via email to [email protected], I received the following response:

    "We would rather not have a prolife community on our instance. We were getting a lot of reports about it and we have enough on our plate. I'm sure you can find an instance that better suits your needs."

    This community was incredibly small (19 subscribers), had less than 10 postings, and had several waves of trollings. Yet, the admins of lemmy.world would rather do away with this community than bother to review if it has broken any rules or is the target of trolling/bullying. I take nothing away from the right to run their instance as they see fit. Perhaps the Code of Conduct should also explicitly state "we reserve the right to do anything we want, regardless of any published rules".

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    I'd like to talk to the instance moderator who removed my community without talking to me first.

    As is stated in the title, I created and moderated [email protected]. According to the modlog, this community was removed 10 days ago. The modlog doesn't show me who removed the community. I understand the community wouldn't necessarily be everyone's cup of tea, but the actions taken seem improper.

    EDIT

    After making my case via email to [email protected], I received the following response:

    "We would rather not have a prolife community on our instance. We were getting a lot of reports about it and we have enough on our plate. I'm sure you can find an instance that better suits your needs."

    This community was incredibly small (19 subscribers), had less than 10 postings, and had several waves of trollings. Yet, the admins of lemmy.world would rather do away with this community than bother to review if it has broken any rules or is the target of trolling/bullying. I take nothing away from the right to run their instance as they see fit. Perhaps the Code of Conduct should also explicitly state "we reserve the right to do anything we want, regardless of any published rules".

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