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Qsen-07 multi-sensor wireless board can detect CO2, VOC, temperature, humidity, ambient light, and attitude
  • Only if they used a decent air quality sensor like the BME680 and not a Chinese one. The ideia is good, the implementation? Well garbage.

    There’s this open alternative for people who don’t mind spending a bit of time. https://github.com/Schluggi/AIOsense

  • PSA: GoDaddy gated their own API. DDNS users warned
  • How unexpected 😂😂😂

  • Microsoft says it won't let you use Mail & Calendar app on Windows 11
  • The good part: two garbage apps will be gone from windows 😂

  • I created a light DNS page for me.
  • For a website hosted at Cloudflare I was expecting to see it there 😂

  • RFC: Cross Platform Password Manager
  • Same setup as yours, runs really well.

  • Academic Indoctrination
  • 100% on point.

  • Academic Indoctrination
  • Well, not only there. In most European countries that are typically socialist, liberalism is considered to be right-wing… eg https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liberal_Initiative

    Look that I’m not saying the who’s right or wrong here, or if some ideology is better than another, I’m just pointing out a flaw in the post. Either way the number of downvotes in most post really shows how people care more about their ideologies than to actually understand what terms really mean and how perspective and context change things…

  • Academic Indoctrination
  • Liberalism ≠ left. Seems like Kolleen's higher education failed right there. In the US, yes, it might be but in other places it isn't.

    Either way, a LOT of higher ed institutions actually teach ideologies and have entire bodies of highly biased teachers so "critical thinking" isn't something most places are into.

  • Pros and cons of Proxmox in a home lab?
  • I like the web UI as well, but since i use an iPhone i wasn’t really able to be able to set up the browser with the cert

    One thing you can do (that I have in the corporate) is to setup a reverse proxy in front of the WebUI and have it manage user authentication. Essentially nginx authenticates users against the company Keycloak IdP that provides SSO and whatnot. You can do with a simple HTTP basic auth or some simpler solution like phpAuthRequest.

    thanks again for the recommendation.

    You're welcome, enjoy.

  • Wine 9.11 has landed! 🍷
  • Yes, I did try bottles and soda with the same results. This is something low level that isn’t properly implemented or implemented at all.

  • Looking for a Mac OS9 style desktop environment
  • Unline modern macOS clones this actually look in line with Apple did...

  • Andrew just wants to open his files on Windows 10
  • Most of the annoying stuff that Linux users hate about Windows are because Windows has to cater to even the least technologically knowledgeable users.

    Isn't that the whole idea of GNOME? Always considering users as stupid and lowering the bar?

  • SQLite Database Integration
  • Yes, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't have sqlite. Many people also run WP setups on small VPS and don't really want/need mysql running and wasting ram all the time. Having sqlite also opens the door to database git versioning and making local dev easier. While none of this will work at scale they'll still provide immense value for a lot of people.

    Most WP websites are read-only and they could run just fine on sqlite. Even if you've a large number of reads, WP people are used to cache everything as static HTML files so it won't be that bad either. For what's worth sqlite is also getting faster/better at concurrency (WAL and whatnot) and it may even be "about 30% faster than mysql" in some cases.

  • SQLite Database Integration

    make.wordpress.org Let’s make WordPress officially support SQLite

    WordPress can be (and is) used for any kind of site, regardless of size or complexity. Some common use-cases include: Single-page landing sitesSimple company sites with just a few pages. These site…

    Let’s make WordPress officially support SQLite

    As a middle ground, we could implement a solution for the bottom tier: small to medium sites and blogs. These sites don’t necessarily need a full-fledged MySQL database.

    SQLite seems to be the perfect fit:

    • It is the most widely used database worldwide
    • It is cross-platform and can run on any device
    • It is included by default on all PHP installations (unless explicitly disabled)
    • WordPress’s minimum requirements would be a simple PHP server, without the need for a separate database server.
    • SQLite support enables lower hosting costs, decreases energy consumption, and lowers performance costs on lower-end servers.

    What would the benefits of SQLite be?

    Officially supporting SQLite in WordPress could have many benefits. Some notable ones would include:

    • Increased performance on lower-end servers and environments.
    • Potential for WordPress growth in markets where we did not have access due to the system’s requirements.
    • Potential for growth in the hosting market using installation “scenarios”.
    • Reduced energy consumption – increased sustainability for the WordPress project.
    • Further WordPress’s mission to “democratize publishing” for everyone.
    • Easier to contribute to WordPress – download the files and run the built-in PHP server without any other setup required.
    • Easier to use automated tests suite.
    • Sites can be “portable” and self-contained.

    Source and other links:

    • https://make.wordpress.org/core/2022/09/12/lets-make-wordpress-officially-support-sqlite/
    • https://make.wordpress.org/performance/roadmap-2023/#category-database-optimization
    • https://wordpress.org/plugins/sqlite-database-integration/
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    Andrew just wants to open his files on Windows 10
  • Andrew complains, Microsoft makes a root mode so Andrew can have his way. Andrew breaks his computer the next second by deleting a system file and proceeds to call Microsoft support. :)

  • HTTPS on homelab (just locally)
  • While I agree with you, an attacker may not need to go to such lengths in order to get the PK. The admin might misplace it or have a backup somewhere in plain text. People aren't also prone to look to logs and it might be too late when they actually noticed that the CA was compromised.

    Managing an entire CA safely and deploying certificates > complex; Getting let's encrypt certificates using DNS challenges > easy;

  • It must a pain to make a Rich Textbox
  • All the bold text, italics, and headings would need to be saved in a database column to be retrieved later in their correct positions.

    Nobody does that. People simply store HTML, Markdown or BB code. Check out TinyMCE, Milkdown, tui-editor, stackedit... all of them have a "see source" button and you'll see the text with the formatting code right there.

  • Trying to decide between keeping my FOSS setup or buying a new motherboard
  • . I just started working in IT and I am a bit worried if I were to restrict myself from using it. I definitely don’t want to stick with using ChatGPT,

    Don't worry, the hype will pass soon. LLMs are the new crypto.

    ... Pyramid Schemes > Forex > ETFs > Crypto > LLMs > ?? those influencers have got to sell something.

  • HTTPS on homelab (just locally)
  • Just be aware of the risks involved with running your own CA.

    You’re adding a root certificate to your systems that will effectively accept any certificate issued with your CA’s key. If your PK gets stolen somehow and you don’t notice it, someone might be issuing certificates that are valid for those machines. Also real CA’s also have ways to revoke certificates that are checked by browsers (OCSP and CRLs), they may employ other techniques such as cross signing and chains of trust. All those make it so a compromised certificate is revoked and not trusted by anyone after the fact.

    For what's worth, LetsEncrypt with DNS-01 challenge is way easier to deploy and maintain in your internal hosts than adding a CA and dealing with all the devices that might not like custom CAs. Also more secure.

  • HTTPS on homelab (just locally)
  • Yes, LetsEncrypt with DNS-01 challenge is the easiest way to go. Be it a single wildcard for all hosts or not.

    Running a CA is cool however, just be aware of the risks involved with running your own CA.

    You’re adding a root certificate to your systems that will effectively accept any certificate issued with your CA’s key. If your PK gets stolen somehow and you don’t notice it, someone might be issuing certificates that are valid for those machines. Also real CA’s also have ways to revoke certificates that are checked by browsers (OCSP and CRLs), they may employ other techniques such as cross signing and chains of trust. All those make it so a compromised certificate is revoked and not trusted by anyone after the fact.

  • GNOME June 2024: C'mon you can do better

    New GNOME dialog on the right:

    !

    Apple's dialog:

    !

    They say GNOME isn't a copy of macOS but with time it has been getting really close. I don't think this is a bad thing however they should just admit it and then put some real effort into cloning macOS instead of the crap they're making right now.

    Here's the thing: Apple's design you'll find that they carefully included an extra margin between the "Don't Save" and "Cancel" buttons. This avoid accidental clicks on the wrong button so that people don't lose their work when they just want to click "Cancel".

    So much for the GNOME, vision and their expert usability team :P

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    Amcrest IP4M-1041B + Home Assistant

    Hi,

    Is there anyone using Amcrest IP4M-1041B with Home Assistant? I've a few questions about software and integration.

    1. From what I hear, this camera can be setup 100% offline, connected via cable to any computer and by using a built in WebUI the camera has, is this true?

    2. It offers pan, tilt or zoom. Does it work really good with HA? Can it be operated without any Amcrest software / internet connection?

    3. The features above allow you to set preset locations, can that be done on HA / WebUI / without the Amcrest app as well?

    4. Does it really operate all features offline and is it reliable? Eg. motion detection works as expected / doesn't miss events?

    5. What's your overall experience with the camera? Does it compare to let's say a TP-Link tapo?

    Thank you.

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    Riley Testut launches Delta emulator on US App Store (free) - shows middle finger to Europe (payment required)

    9to5mac.com Riley Testut launches Delta game emulator on App Store for everyone, AltStore marketplace for EU - 9to5Mac

    The game emulation situation on iOS just got real. The oft rejected game emulator Delta has finally made its way...

    Riley Testut launches Delta game emulator on App Store for everyone, AltStore marketplace for EU - 9to5Mac

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/14398634

    > Unfortunately I was proven to be right about Riley Testut. He's yet another greedy person barely batter than Apple. After bitching to Apple to remove GBA4iOS from the App Store he's now leveraging Delta to force people into his AltStore. > > > Delta has finally made its way to the App Store. Additionally, the Delta developer has also published their alternative marketplace, AltStore, in the EU today. > > If you're in the EU you'll only be able to get Delta on the AltStore and that requires: > > ! > > This is complete bullshit he could've just launched Delta on the App Store in Europe as well but he decided not to. > > Thanks Riley Testut for being a dick to the people that actually forced Apple into allowing alternative app stores in the first place. > > --------------- > > Github issue related to this dick move: https://github.com/rileytestut/Delta/issues/292

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    Riley Testut launches Delta emulator on US App Store (free) - shows middle finger to Europe (payment required)

    9to5mac.com Riley Testut launches Delta game emulator on App Store for everyone, AltStore marketplace for EU - 9to5Mac

    The game emulation situation on iOS just got real. The oft rejected game emulator Delta has finally made its way...

    Riley Testut launches Delta game emulator on App Store for everyone, AltStore marketplace for EU - 9to5Mac

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/14398634

    > Unfortunately I was proven to be right about Riley Testut. He's yet another greedy person barely batter than Apple. After bitching to Apple to remove GBA4iOS from the App Store he's now leveraging Delta to force people into his AltStore. > > > Delta has finally made its way to the App Store. Additionally, the Delta developer has also published their alternative marketplace, AltStore, in the EU today. > > If you're in the EU you'll only be able to get Delta on the AltStore and that requires: > > ! > > This is complete bullshit he could've just launched Delta on the App Store in Europe as well but he decided not to. > > Thanks Riley Testut for being a dick to the people that actually forced Apple into allowing alternative app stores in the first place. > > --------------- > > Github issue related to this dick move: https://github.com/rileytestut/Delta/issues/292

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    Riley Testut launches Delta emulator on US App Store (free) - shows middle finger to Europe /payment required)

    9to5mac.com Riley Testut launches Delta game emulator on App Store for everyone, AltStore marketplace for EU - 9to5Mac

    The game emulation situation on iOS just got real. The oft rejected game emulator Delta has finally made its way...

    Riley Testut launches Delta game emulator on App Store for everyone, AltStore marketplace for EU - 9to5Mac

    Unfortunately I was proven to be right about Riley Testut. He's yet another greedy person barely batter than Apple. After bitching to Apple to remove GBA4iOS from the App Store he's now leveraging Delta to force people into his AltStore.

    > Delta has finally made its way to the App Store. Additionally, the Delta developer has also published their alternative marketplace, AltStore, in the EU today.

    If you're in the EU you'll only be able to get Delta on the AltStore and that requires:

    !

    This is complete bullshit he could've just launched Delta on the App Store in Europe as well but he decided not to.

    Thanks Riley Testut for being a dick to the people that actually forced Apple into allowing alternative app stores in the first place.

    ---------------

    Github issue related to this dick move: https://github.com/rileytestut/Delta/issues/292

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    Vodafone: de pioneira ao básico

    Boas,

    Como muitos aqui sou cliente da Vodafone (móvel apenas) há muitos anos e gostava de deixar os meus comentários sobre o que tenho visto a acontecer com a operadora na última década. Este post vai ser escrito assim meio em modo "rant" e começou porque a Vodafone ainda não tem um serviço Wifi Calling.

    Estamos em 2024 e a Vodafone continua a não disponibilizar um serviço bastante útil que está disponível nas outras operadoras nacionais. Este serviço não é apenas um capricho, é importante para todos os clientes que vivem em zonas com fraca cobertura até muitas vezes para situações de emergência (como eu muitas vezes).

    Relembro que esta tecnologia está disponível no iPhone desde 2013 tendo sido adotada em massa na maior parte dos países a partir de 2015.

    Há coisas que eu não consigo compreender no serviço da Vodafone, ou melhor, na gestão e nas prioridades da empresa, em resumo:

    • Serviço Wi-Fi Calling que continua a não existir em 2024: como já disse, um serviço essencial a quem tem fraca cobertura da rede móvel e com a vantagens clara para a Vodafone de reduzir a quantidade de chamadas a serem transportadas pela rede móvel. Claro que a primeira operadora a ter isto foi a NOS porque com a fraca rede que tinham quanto menos chamadas pela infraestrutura móvel melhor;
    • Cobrança do serviço Vodafone OneNumber (eSIM para smartwatches): para além de terem demorado anos, mais do que a NOS ainda cobram 5€/mês pelo serviço. Este serviço deve ser gratuito uma vez que é mais uma forma de incentivar os clientes de smartwatches a consumir minutos/dados;
    • "Qualidade" de áudio das chamadas: uma chamada entre dois números da Vodafone tem menor qualidade de audio do que uma chamada entre qualquer outros dois números de outra operadora nacional. Até uma chamada de WhatsApp ou Facetime é hoje bastante superior a uma chamada pela rede Vodafone, noto que estamos a falar de uma chamada VoIP com compressão, transmitida pela Internet e mesmo que seja realizada em 4G e tenha de atravessar toda a infraestrutura da Vodafone até chegar a algum datacenter e retornar para outro cliente continua a ser superior;
    • Serviço cartão Duo Multi-SIM: permite utilizar de forma alternada dois equipamentos e apenas isso. O serviço da MEO permite utilizar em simultâneo dois equipamentos e podemos definir com o envio de um SMS qual dos equipamentos receberá chamadas. Realizar chamadas ou utilizar a internet fica disponível em simultâneo em ambos. Um serviço como o da MEO era mais uma boa forma da Vodafone incentivar o consumo, mas claro que são incapazes de reconhecer isto;
    • Chamadas e mensagens no computador: a Vodafone já teve um serviço destes mas acabou por abandoná-lo, mais uma grande falha na estratégia da empresa. Durante a pandemia assistimos às PMEs a adquirirem em massa soluções como o Zoom e o MS Teams, já pensaram na quantidade de negócio que a Vodafone perdeu por não disponibilizar uma simples aplicação de chamadas e video-chamadas no computador associada aos números de telefone dos clientes? Acredito que com uma campanha de marketing muito simples, no início da pandemia, pelo menos metade dessas PMEs teriam passado a usar uma solução da Vodafone apenas por conveniência e teriam tido a oportunidade de faturar milhares de horas de chamadas;
    • Falta de IPv6 no serviço de internet fixa: sem mais comentários;
    • Falta de um serviço "bridge": todas as outras operadoras disponibilizam, enquanto isso a Vodafone continua a forçar os seus clientes a utilizar os seus routers extremamente fracos e pouco flexíveis. Podiam só fazer como a MEO/NOS e adicionar uma opção para ligar o bridge numa das portas do router e deixarem os clientes utilizarem os equipamentos que quiserem.

    Na última década a Vodafone passou de uma operadora pioneira em Portugal com serviços de qualidade quase ao operador mais rudimentar que temos tudo por má gestão de prioridades. Parece ser também o mais vulnerável a ataques informáticos, afinal a Vodafone foi quem já ficou praticamente um dia sem serviços e muito possivelmente ninguém na empresa consegue garantir que os dados dos clientes não foram comprometidos.

    A minha sugestão para a gestão da Vodafone é simples: uma vez que são incapazes de desenvolver internamente soluções inovadoras limitem-se a observar as tendências do mercado e a copiar. Parece-me que a Vodafone para ter um rumo / novos produtos depende muito de "consultisses" e estudos de mercado questionáveis, isto é com base em perguntas e premissas pouco fundamentadas na realidade, em vez de observarem os clientes reais.

    Qual é a vossa opinião sobre o estado atual e percurso da Vodafone?

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    The domain aftermarket has a big problem

    domainnamewire.com The domain aftermarket has a big problem - Domain Name Wire | Domain Name News

    Domain aftermarkets need to clean up their inventory. Let me start this rant with some good news. This month, I sold a domain name for $6,500 that I found through Domain Academy’s Afternic advanced search tool. I bought the domain for less than $100. Now for the bad news: I spent a lot of time […]

    The domain aftermarket has a big problem - Domain Name Wire | Domain Name News

    Here's my take:

    The domain aftermarket has a big problem... it exists. This market shouldn't ever be allowed to exist in the first place. ICANN should've blocked this bullshit a long time ago and forced registrars to just let domains expire and free the space. Also add a few provisions about unused domain names and about selling them.

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    Analog Phone Line to SIP

    Hello,

    So I have a Motorola SM56 USB Data Fax Modem (aka Apple USB Modem for some people) and according to information online this modem supports V.92, Caller ID, wake-on-ring and most importantly telephone answering (V.253).

    At a place I happen to have an old telephone analog line that gets calls and unfortunately I can't get rid of. Any ideias / links / software on how can I use the modem + a low end box / ARM SBC to "digitize" the phone line into a generic SIP / VOIP that I can then connect to using MicroSIP on another computer?

    Thank you.

    --------------------

    Update on this:

    I just tried the modem under Windows with a few programs such as Phone Dialer Pro and the built in dialer.exe and while the modem can detect incoming phone calls and place calls I can't pass the audio back to the operating system / phone software.

    I did some research about the SM65 and it seems like it was designed to have an headset directly attached to it like on those PCI cards that also use it:

    !

    !

    The built in COM port of the modems seems to be only usable to control the modem via AT commands and can't be used to pass audio form and to the system.

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    Alternative to Home Assistant for ESPHome Devices

    Hello,

    My IoT/Home Automation needs are centered around custom built ESPHome devices and I currently have them all connected to a HA instance and things work fine.

    Now, I like HA's interface and all the sugar candy, however I don't like the massive amounts of resources it requires and the fact that the storage usage keeps growing and it is essentially a huge, albeit successful, docker clusterfuck.

    Is there any alternative dashboard that just does this:

    1. Specifically made for ESPHome devices - no other devices required;
    2. Single daemon or something PHP/Python/Node that you can setup manually with a few systemd units;
    3. Connects to the ESPHome devices, logs the data and shows a dashboard with it;
    4. Runs offline, doesn't go into 24234 GitHub repositories all the time and whatnot.

    Obviously that I'm expecting more manual configuration, I'm okay with having to edit a config file somewhere to add a device, change the dashboard layout etc. I also don't need the ESPHome part that builds and deploys configurations to devices as I can do that locally on my computer.

    Thank you.

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    Firewall: pvxe/nftables-geoip - filtered list of countries

    github.com Add option for filtered list of countries · pvxe/nftables-geoip@c137151

    Add an optional parameter to specify a list of countries from the location file (usually location.csv). The corresponding ipv4 and ipv6 subsets are written to additional files with "-interesti...

    Add option for filtered list of countries · pvxe/nftables-geoip@c137151

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/11162262

    > Hey, > > For all of you that are running proper setups and use nftables to protect your servers be aware that pvxe/nftables-geoip now has the ability to generate IP lists by country. > > This can be used to, for instance, drop all traffic from specific countries or the opposite, drop everything except for your own country. > > https://github.com/pvxe/nftables-geoip/commit/c137151ebc05f4562c56e6802761e0a93ed107a2 > > Here's how you can block / track traffic from certain countries: > > - https://wiki.nftables.org/wiki-nftables/index.php/GeoIP_matching > - https://www.mybluelinux.com/nftables-and-geoip > > Previously you had to load the entire geoip DB containing multiple GB and would end up using a LOT of RAM. Those guides aren't yet updated to use the country specific files but it's just about changing the include line to whatever you've generated with pvxe/nftables-geoip.

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    Firewall: pvxe/nftables-geoip - filtered list of countries

    github.com Add option for filtered list of countries · pvxe/nftables-geoip@c137151

    Add an optional parameter to specify a list of countries from the location file (usually location.csv). The corresponding ipv4 and ipv6 subsets are written to additional files with "-interesti...

    Add option for filtered list of countries · pvxe/nftables-geoip@c137151

    Hey,

    For all of you that are running proper setups and use nftables to protect your servers be aware that pvxe/nftables-geoip now has the ability to generate IP lists by country.

    This can be used to, for instance, drop all traffic from specific countries or the opposite, drop everything except for your own country.

    https://github.com/pvxe/nftables-geoip/commit/c137151ebc05f4562c56e6802761e0a93ed107a2

    Here's how you can block / track traffic from certain countries:

    • https://wiki.nftables.org/wiki-nftables/index.php/GeoIP_matching
    • https://www.mybluelinux.com/nftables-and-geoip

    Previously you had to load the entire geoip DB containing multiple GB and would end up using a LOT of RAM. Those guides aren't yet updated to use the country specific files but it's just about changing the include line to whatever you've generated with pvxe/nftables-geoip.

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    searx.prvcy.eu dead?

    Hello,

    searx.prvcy.eu has been dead for me for a couple of weeks now, anyone else?

    I'm getting 502 Bad Gateway.

    Thanks.

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    Buy Sell Trade Swap @lemmy.world TCB13 @lemmy.world

    Europe/Portugal: HP Color LaserJet CM1312nfi MFP

    Hey,

    I'm selling an HP Color LaserJet CM1312nfi MFP working perfectly fine. Can deliver in Lisbon, Portugal for free. Anything else you pay. :)

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    Midtown Madness 2 on Windows 10

    Hey,

    I found this game I used to play a very long time ago and I wanted to experience it again. Unfortunately I wasn't able to run it in Windows 10 / Windows XP SP3 VM because it would lag on modern hardware.

    Here is what you need to do in order to get the game running:

    1. Search for "Midtown Madness 2 (Europe) (Rerelease)" on TPB and download it
    2. Load the disk with WinCDEmu or other solution
    3. Install the game (don't launch it)
    4. Enable DirectPlay on Windows
    5. Copy Crack\midtown2.exe to the gamefolder
    6. Download dgVoodoo2 from http://dege.freeweb.hu/dgVoodoo2/dgVoodoo2/
    7. Copy dgVoodoo2.exe to the game folder
    8. Copy all files inside MS\x86 to the game folder as well
    9. Run dgVoodoo2.exe as admin and set the following:
    • Click the button .\ to create config file to MM directory
    • In "General" > "Output API" select "Direct3D 11 MS WARP (software)"
    • Go to "DirectX" tab and change the VRAM to 128MB
    • Click "Apply" > "OK" to exit.
    1. Launch the game > Options > Graphics > select from Display drop down menu, "dgVoodoo DirectX Wrapper" > "Hardware (3D video card with T&L) from the Renderer drop menu.
    2. Click "Done" and that's it!

    Note that whenever you change the resolution it won't apply any changes to the game menu - you'll only see it once you start a race.

    Midtown Madness 2 should now run very smoothly under Windows 10, even on Virtual Machines. Enjoy.

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    Looking for Image Combiner - PhotoScape Alternative

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/8834324

    > I'm looking for an application (windows or maybe web) that can be used to combine images vertically and horizontally. I usually go with PhotoScape (screenshot) to for this but that's not free nor updated anymore. Important features for me are to be able to combine horizontally or vertically, set the number or rows or columns and have the ability to resize the final image. > > Thank you.

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    Looking for Image Combiner - PhotoScape Alternative

    I'm looking for an application (windows or maybe web) that can be used to combine images vertically and horizontally. I usually go with PhotoScape (screenshot) to for this but that's not free nor updated anymore. Important features for me are to be able to combine horizontally or vertically, set the number or rows or columns and have the ability to resize the final image.

    Thank you.

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    Banana Pi BPI-M7 - More Reasons to Avoid the Raspberry Pi

    www.cnx-software.com Banana Pi BPI-M7 - A thin Rockchip RK3588 SBC with dual 2.5GbE, M.2 NVMe storage, HDM 2.1, and more - CNX Software

    Banana Pi is working on the upcoming Banana Pi BPI-M7 SBC powered by Rockchip RK3588 SoC whose low profile design reminds me of boards from Khadas such as

    Banana Pi BPI-M7 - A thin Rockchip RK3588 SBC with dual 2.5GbE, M.2 NVMe storage, HDM 2.1, and more - CNX Software

    The Banana Pi BPI-M7 single board computer is equipped with up to 32GB RAM and 128GB eMMC flash, and features an M.2 2280 socket for one NVMe SSD, three display interfaces (HDMI, USB-C, MIPI DSI), two camera connectors, dual 2.5GbE, WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2, a few USB ports, and a 40-pin GPIO header for expansion.

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    Deleted Posts

    I've notice that posts in this community tend to get deleted, even ones with multiple comments and/or useful information. Even worse is when they get posted again by some other user a few days later.

    What's going on? What's the policy around here?

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