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  • The position of support for creating a famine (or not giving a shit to stop it) seems to have wider support than just Bibi. This guy's move puts in focus that creating a famine is a war crime, and he's forcing the Israelis players to face that and state their support or lack thereof clearly. Getting rid of Bibi alone might not increase the aid in Gaza. If the other party leaders aren't willing to throw Bibi and Gallant under the bus for this and/or shift gears on aid, then perhaps the Israeli political class is too far gone and the world should increase the pressure till someone gets it and starts telling the Israeli public that what's happening is wrong and is extremely counterproductive for Israel as whole.

    Also, some polling shows Bibi's coalition being neck and neck with the alternative so the narrative that Bibi is certain to be ejected by Israel's democracy isn't so solid.

  • Severe flooding wreaks havoc across northern Europe
  • Cue in the drought in a bit.

  • Prominent Android manufacturers commit to supporting phone software for 7 years
  • Maybe I'm out of the loop when did Samsung commit? Isn't the article about it happening now?

  • Online Content Is Disappearing
  • This is important. I signed up a week ago.

  • Prominent Android manufacturers commit to supporting phone software for 7 years
  • Despite Sundar's leadership, do you think that extending update support to 7 years took no innovation? The Android team has been doing major system reworks to make this practical. The Tensor team has been working to do the same on the hardware side. Samsung is likely reusing firmware and software from that work given that the hardware is shares a lot of Samsung IPs. Prior to these developments Samsung was not interested in providing anywhere close to this length of support.

    Android is in the best place it's ever been since its release. It's on more things than ever and we have the kind of update support we used to only dream about in 2008. And we have devices with unlockable and rekockable bootloaders. 🤯

  • These bike helmets don’t work, officials warn in recall alert
  • Exactly. Probably many more than 7. And the fact that Amazon somehow doesn't carry any responsibility while profiting from the letter soup brands directly and indirectly is mind boggling.

  • Presence Detection for a Child with no Phone.
  • Yeah that would be ideal. Only concern is if there would be enough skin to cover it.

  • These bike helmets don’t work, officials warn in recall alert
  • I have and it's so unfortunate people give their hard earned money for them.

  • Can i replace the 19mm nuts on my ebike's rear axle with 18mm nuts?
  • In order to avoid having to remove the rear wheel often, I'd buy a rear tire with really good puncture protection. I had an episode when I had to remove my rear hub several times in a month because I used Panaracer GravelKing which turned out to have really weak protection. I switched to a version with protection and I haven't had to remove my hub due to punctures. Having to torque the nuts to 50Nm isn't fun.

    Not familiar with the bike but what could it be - square taper, ISIS? Not sure if ISIS is that old. If it's square taper, there's plenty of options. The lower end Shimano cranks (Alivio, Acera) used to use square taper. They probably still do.

    Looked at a pic of Biopace, looks like square taper.

  • How much does it matter what type of harddisk i buy for my server?
  • Sure but technically non-redundant schemes also fall under the category. E.g. RAID0, multiple non-redundant ZFS vdevs, etc. Those would be reducing the performance effects of single disks.

  • How much does it matter what type of harddisk i buy for my server?
  • Yes three are differences but you're running a redundant array of independent disks in order not to care about those differences.

  • Linux mint or zorin OS for layman beginners who just want everything to work and focuses on stability , privacy , security ? Also what to do if I switched to mint and WiFi stopped working ?
  • Ubuntu LTS is likely the easiest to live with for a layperson. It's got the stability, support and it's got the biggest body of information for how to do things and solve problems as well as the most users using it who can help. Ubuntu LTS derivatives would inherit a lot of that but not all. The changes made to turn Ubuntu into Kubuntu for example invalidate any info for Ubuntu related to GNOME. And so on.

  • These bike helmets don’t work, officials warn in recall alert
  • A random letter soup brand "KORIMEFA" isn't making helmets up to snuff? I'm shocked.

  • Canada's 2024 wildfire season expected to be even worse than last year's

    I don't have a better source than NatPo. If anyone's aware of a better one, post it.

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    Mississauga @lemmy.ca Avid Amoeba @lemmy.ca

    The south section of Mississauga Road.

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    Clean your physical connectors!

    Have some new old stock SATA drives vomiting at you?

    [ 234.811385] ata1.00: status: { DRDY } [ 234.811392] ata1: hard resetting link [ 240.139340] ata1: link is slow to respond, please be patient (ready=0) [ 244.855349] ata1: COMRESET failed (errno=-16) [ 244.855375] ata1: hard resetting link [ 250.199443] ata1: link is slow to respond, please be patient (ready=0) [ 254.875508] ata1: COMRESET failed (errno=-16) [ 254.875533] ata1: hard resetting link [ 260.211562] ata1: link is slow to respond, please be patient (ready=0) [ 289.919779] ata1: COMRESET failed (errno=-16) [ 289.919810] ata1: limiting SATA link speed to 3.0 Gbps [ 289.919816] ata1: hard resetting link [ 294.963876] ata1: COMRESET failed (errno=-16) [ 294.963904] ata1: reset failed, giving up [ 294.963909] ata1.00: disable device

    Grab your contact cleaner and clean their SATA connectors!

    I just bought a new 1TB Crucial MX500 made in god knows what year and installed it in a virgin SATA port of a M710q made in 2016 and I got the vomit you see above every time I loaded the drive. Reseated all the connectors. More vomit. Scratched my head a couple of times reaching for the trash bin and I had a brainwave that there might be oxidation from sitting naked with the elements. Took out the DeoxIt Gold, dabbed all the connectors on the SATA path, cycled them a few times, powered on and loaded the drive. No more vomit.

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    DF64 Gen 2 on sale 30% off in Canada
    coffeeaddicts.ca DF64 Gen 2 Single Dose Coffee Grinder With DLC Burrs

    The second generation of the DF64 incorporates all the learnings from the first generation as well as the DF64V and DF83. the DF64 Gen 2 features an improved 250W motor, a plasma generator to reduce static and built-in anti-popcorn lid.

    DF64 Gen 2 Single Dose Coffee Grinder With DLC Burrs

    Coffee Addicts have their DF64 Gen 2 for CAD $420 at the moment. Still in-stock at the time of writing. I was considering a DF54 but at this price I couldn't not jump on the 64.

    E: Seems like many other distributors have the discount now.

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    9to5google.com Google widely rolling out new April OTA for Pixel 7, Fold, and 8 owners [U]

    Google released new Android 14 QPR2 builds with the April 2024 patch for the Pixel 7/Pro, 7a, Fold, and 8/Pro, though there no update...

    Google widely rolling out new April OTA for Pixel 7, Fold, and 8 owners [U]

    Received this today. I thought it was some emergency security fix given the odd update time.

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    www.collingwoodtoday.ca Tech industry warns budget's capital gains proposals could cause 'irreparable harm'

    TORONTO — The federal budget is being met with disdain from Canada's innovation industry, including tech darling Shopify, which called the capital gains measures in the fiscal plan a potential cause of "irreparable harm.

    Tech industry warns budget's capital gains proposals could cause 'irreparable harm'

    Sounds like the tax is on point!

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    If you've recently started experiencing input delay / lag in GNOME Terminal in Ubuntu 22.04

    cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ca/post/19442327

    > It's a known bug from upstream mutter. A fix is being worked on and there's a PPA with the updated packages by the Ubuntu developer working on the fix. It resolved the problem on my end.

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    Ubuntu (Linux) @lemmy.ml Avid Amoeba @lemmy.ca
    If you've recently started experiencing input delay / lag in GNOME Terminal in Ubuntu 22.04

    It's a known bug from upstream mutter. A fix is being worked on and there's a PPA with the updated packages by the Ubuntu developer working on the fix. It resolved the problem on my end.

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    Thought I was being clever...

    ...in using my Framework 2.5GbE cards to speed up a large data transfer to 2.5Gb. Got 0.28 instead. 🤭

    These aren't the USB-A to USB-C adapters I was looking for. 😂

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    It seems both produce nearly identical grind profile. The DF54 is slower.

    I'm considering replacing a Sette with a DF54.

    Does anyone have the DF54? Impressions?

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    www.readthemaple.com Card-Check Union Certification In B.C. Has Been A Major Success

    The number of union applications grew by 48.8 per cent in 2023 from the previous year due in part to the new model.

    Card-Check Union Certification In B.C. Has Been A Major Success
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    Backing up Immich

    The backup doc from Immich states that one should use Postgres' dump functionality to backup the database, as well as copy the upload location.

    Is there any counter indication to doing this instead:

    • Create a dir immich with subdirs db and library
    • Mount the db dir as a volume for the database
    • Mount the library dir as a volume for the upload location
    • Backup the whole immich dir without dumping the Postgres db. (Stop Immich while before doing this)
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    I'm not old enough to know, have Canadian banks been less profit driven and corrupt in the decades past?

    I've seen none of this from the credit union I switched to a few years ago.

    Also that was a pretty shitty look for the finance minister dodging the CBC. She could've stopped and spared a few words, even if just lip service. Perhaps as a finance minister, she's got the Big 5 permanently in one of her ears.

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