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MAGA Begins Hunting People Who Made Trump Assassination Jokes
  • For people who oppose cancel culture so much, suddenly it’s not so bad when they can use it to their advantage.

  • How do you transport your armies?
  • In my sleevies.

  • finally i can play minecraft
  • You’re awesome!

  • finally i can play minecraft
  • I need this wallpaper.

  • What's the best "fuck you world" song of all time?
  • Burn MF - Five Finger Death Punch

  • doot doot
  • thank mr skeltal

  • I created a toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP

    github.com GitHub - Skyline969/MinUI_RG35XXSP_LED_Toggle: A toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP

    A toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP - Skyline969/MinUI_RG35XXSP_LED_Toggle

    GitHub - Skyline969/MinUI_RG35XXSP_LED_Toggle: A toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/23871363

    > I absolutely love MinUI on my RG35XXSP, but I hated that it turned the power LED off. Initially I tried to fiddle with just disabling the part of the MinUI boot that turned off the LED, but then I realized that putting the console to sleep and turning it back on disabled the LED anyway. That was baked into the OS, and I didn’t want to recompile the whole thing just to disable that. > > Enter this tool. It contains a script that gets set to run during boot to turn on the power LED and keep it on. It can also undo all of its changes by running the tool again. Since it does modify system files, I also figured out how to recover from any potential issues. I was unable to cause any significant issues during my testing, but the recovery plan is there nonetheless. Full documentation is available on the repo. > > Let there be light!

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    I created a toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP

    github.com GitHub - Skyline969/MinUI_RG35XXSP_LED_Toggle: A toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP

    A toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP - Skyline969/MinUI_RG35XXSP_LED_Toggle

    GitHub - Skyline969/MinUI_RG35XXSP_LED_Toggle: A toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/23871363

    > I absolutely love MinUI on my RG35XXSP, but I hated that it turned the power LED off. Initially I tried to fiddle with just disabling the part of the MinUI boot that turned off the LED, but then I realized that putting the console to sleep and turning it back on disabled the LED anyway. That was baked into the OS, and I didn’t want to recompile the whole thing just to disable that. > > Enter this tool. It contains a script that gets set to run during boot to turn on the power LED and keep it on. It can also undo all of its changes by running the tool again. Since it does modify system files, I also figured out how to recover from any potential issues. I was unable to cause any significant issues during my testing, but the recovery plan is there nonetheless. Full documentation is available on the repo. > > Let there be light!

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    SBCGaming @lemmy.world Skyline969 @lemmy.ca

    I created a toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP

    github.com GitHub - Skyline969/MinUI_RG35XXSP_LED_Toggle: A toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP

    A toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP - Skyline969/MinUI_RG35XXSP_LED_Toggle

    GitHub - Skyline969/MinUI_RG35XXSP_LED_Toggle: A toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/23871363

    > I absolutely love MinUI on my RG35XXSP, but I hated that it turned the power LED off. Initially I tried to fiddle with just disabling the part of the MinUI boot that turned off the LED, but then I realized that putting the console to sleep and turning it back on disabled the LED anyway. That was baked into the OS, and I didn’t want to recompile the whole thing just to disable that. > > Enter this tool. It contains a script that gets set to run during boot to turn on the power LED and keep it on. It can also undo all of its changes by running the tool again. Since it does modify system files, I also figured out how to recover from any potential issues. I was unable to cause any significant issues during my testing, but the recovery plan is there nonetheless. Full documentation is available on the repo. > > Let there be light!

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    I created a toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP

    github.com GitHub - Skyline969/MinUI_RG35XXSP_LED_Toggle: A toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP

    A toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP - Skyline969/MinUI_RG35XXSP_LED_Toggle

    GitHub - Skyline969/MinUI_RG35XXSP_LED_Toggle: A toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/23871363

    > I absolutely love MinUI on my RG35XXSP, but I hated that it turned the power LED off. Initially I tried to fiddle with just disabling the part of the MinUI boot that turned off the LED, but then I realized that putting the console to sleep and turning it back on disabled the LED anyway. That was baked into the OS, and I didn’t want to recompile the whole thing just to disable that. > > Enter this tool. It contains a script that gets set to run during boot to turn on the power LED and keep it on. It can also undo all of its changes by running the tool again. Since it does modify system files, I also figured out how to recover from any potential issues. I was unable to cause any significant issues during my testing, but the recovery plan is there nonetheless. Full documentation is available on the repo. > > Let there be light!

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    I created a toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP

    github.com GitHub - Skyline969/MinUI_RG35XXSP_LED_Toggle: A toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP

    A toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP - Skyline969/MinUI_RG35XXSP_LED_Toggle

    GitHub - Skyline969/MinUI_RG35XXSP_LED_Toggle: A toggle for the power LED on MinUI for the RG35XXSP

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/23871363

    > I absolutely love MinUI on my RG35XXSP, but I hated that it turned the power LED off. Initially I tried to fiddle with just disabling the part of the MinUI boot that turned off the LED, but then I realized that putting the console to sleep and turning it back on disabled the LED anyway. That was baked into the OS, and I didn’t want to recompile the whole thing just to disable that. > > Enter this tool. It contains a script that gets set to run during boot to turn on the power LED and keep it on. It can also undo all of its changes by running the tool again. Since it does modify system files, I also figured out how to recover from any potential issues. I was unable to cause any significant issues during my testing, but the recovery plan is there nonetheless. Full documentation is available on the repo. > > Let there be light!

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  • GeForce Now.

  • The Internet is becoming genuinely unusable without an ad blocker
  • AdGuard has a good Safari plugin. There’s also stuff like Consent-o-Matic for cookie popups and Amplosion to get rid of AMP pages (if they’re still a thing - completely forgot about them after installing Amplosion).

  • Thoughts?
  • Yeah, but doubts of that were cleared up when he went to visit the guy they put away.

  • Cyberpunk 2077 - SAMURAI
  • They’ll never fade away.

  • [Solved] [Rock]
  • Cat Scratch Fever - Ted Nugent

  • What industry do you work in and what are the LPT the general public should know about it?
  • If I had a nickel for every time a full power cycle fixed it all, I’d be rich. However, if you did power cycle before and call in again, often it’s an issue that needs deeper investigation. In that case, the tech can likely watch the process of your equipment coming online in realtime to see where the issue is happening. Network entry, authentication, package application, DHCP, it can often be monitored as it’s happening. A reboot while on the phone starts the process right from the beginning so it can be monitored to determine what happens immediately and what happens after it sits for a while.

  • What industry do you work in and what are the LPT the general public should know about it?
    1. Unplug the power
    2. Wait ~30 seconds, just to ensure it’s good and off
    3. Plug it back in

    Fortunately there are no commands to enter or buttons to click. They’re designed to handle losing power.

  • What industry do you work in and what are the LPT the general public should know about it?
  • I work in the magical world of ISPs. If you’re having an internet issue, reboot your router and/or modem before calling in. It may not seem like much to you, but many background processes happen when you do so. This can be useful to troubleshoot where the issue lies. There’s a reason why techs will make you do so when calling in. And yes, they can tell on their end if and when you do so. So don’t bullshit them by saying you already did it if you didn’t.

  • Oreo - Korean pronunciation guide
  • Little do you know this man is a Stand user.