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Nearly 90% Amazon India workers don’t get time for bathroom breaks, survey finds
  • Why do Indians tolerate this kind of abuse?

  • Why is my Twitter feed full of right-wing content when I don't consume political content?
  • No idea why liberals are still buying Teslas. It's bizarre to me.

  • Should half naked pictures of anime characters be marked NSFW on Lemmy?
  • On the other hand, anime in general is relegated to teens more than not

    Does anyone else find this creepy?

  • Should half naked pictures of anime characters be marked NSFW on Lemmy?
  • Why do these anime girls always look like they're in their teens? Extremely creepy.

  • Do billionaires work monday to friday like all 9-5s?
  • At which part of the day do you sit around and shitpost alt right propaganda on Twitter for hours?

  • what are these rubber holes on the back of the pc case?
  • Anything that doesn't have an external connector or some way to mount one. One example would be if you were using a USB Wi-Fi radio and wanted to connect it to the internal USB connectors but you'd need to pass the antenna to the outside of the case.

  • what are these rubber holes on the back of the pc case?
  • Anything that doesn't have an external connector or some way to mount one. One example would be if you were using a USB Wi-Fi radio and wanted to connect it to the internal USB connectors but you'd need to pass the antenna to the outside of the case.

  • what are these rubber holes on the back of the pc case?
  • Not just for water cooling. It's for cables that pass in or out too.

  • How I date
  • We take off our shoes here. At least I do. What kind of filthy animals want dirt on their floors?

  • Life is hard
  • Lol

  • Opinions on the TP-LINK Archer AX23
  • TP Link is backdoored trash

  • Windows just changed my desktop wallpaper and re-added the search bar without my permission after an update
  • I'd love to meet the engineers who work on these "features". How do they go along with this shit and sleep at night?

  • Amarok, KDE's legendary music player, is out with version 3.0.1.
  • It's stuck on Qt5 while KDE is on Qt6

  • State of S3 - Your Laptop is no Laptop anymore
  • This is the result of Microsoft being so cozy with hardware vendors.

  • only as in free beer
  • Once I switched to Linux full time I stopped using pirated software entirely.

  • Ddns or domain name + reverse proxy
  • What $10/yr vps are you using?

  • when you upgrade an OS, do you clean install or upgrade?
  • "clean install" is Windows-user logic. Doesn't apply to Linux.

  • GitHub - uszie/firefox-breeze-theme: A Breeze theme for Firefox🔥
  • Do git checkout master instead of git checkout beta

  • github.com GitHub - uszie/firefox-breeze-theme: A Breeze theme for Firefox🔥

    A Breeze theme for Firefox🔥. Contribute to uszie/firefox-breeze-theme development by creating an account on GitHub.

    GitHub - uszie/firefox-breeze-theme: A Breeze theme for Firefox🔥
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    github.com GitHub - uszie/firefox-breeze-theme: A Breeze theme for Firefox🔥

    A Breeze theme for Firefox🔥. Contribute to uszie/firefox-breeze-theme development by creating an account on GitHub.

    GitHub - uszie/firefox-breeze-theme: A Breeze theme for Firefox🔥
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    Qt6 Music Player fooyin v0.4.2 released

    github.com Release v0.4.2 · ludouzi/fooyin

    Features Playlist: Artwork columns (#74) Improvements Artwork: Add configurable pixmap cache size Artwork: Update cache for changed tracks Artwork: Load image data asynchronously (#75) Artwor...

    Release v0.4.2 · ludouzi/fooyin
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    fooyin: A foobar2000 clone written with Qt6

    github.com GitHub - ludouzi/fooyin: A customisable music player

    A customisable music player. Contribute to ludouzi/fooyin development by creating an account on GitHub.

    GitHub - ludouzi/fooyin: A customisable music player
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    Migrate from HAOS to HA Container?

    I'm trying to migrate from HAOS to HA Container but that's no way to restore the backup. Is there any other way to do this?

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    plasma-homeassistant: Add Home Assistant to your KDE Plasma desktop

    github.com GitHub - korapp/plasma-homeassistant: Add Home Assistant to your plasma desktop

    Add Home Assistant to your plasma desktop. Contribute to korapp/plasma-homeassistant development by creating an account on GitHub.

    GitHub - korapp/plasma-homeassistant: Add Home Assistant to your plasma desktop
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    Apply personal patches when running pacman -Syu?

    There's a few packages that I use that I have created personal patches for. When one of these packages gets updated I need to manually change the PKGBUILD to the new version, SHA, etc. Is there any way to have a local patch applied to a package every time a new version of the package is release?

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    What do you use to track BMCs/KVMs/IPMI?

    I manage hundreds of servers at work. They each have a BMC (remote power on/off, reset, KVM, etc) and we need to use those features frequently. I've been using a Google Docs spreadsheet to track their URLs, what each box is used for, specs, etc but it feels like a dynamic web app would be better for this purpose. Does anyone use anything like this? Did you make your own?

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    What's your current favorite distro that isn't Arch, Debian or Fedora?

    I'm wondering what the current favorite distros are besides the most popular ones like Arch, Debian and Fedora.

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    What's your favorite music player on Linux?

    Mine is Strawberry since it has a ton of options and plays a ton of formats. It's also (distant) fork of Amarok 1.4 and integrates well with KDE Plasma. I'm curious what other people are using these days. What's your favorite player?

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    www.404media.co Meet the Guy Preserving the New History of PC Games, One Linux Port at a Time

    Ethan Lee has been keeping your favorite indie games running for years by porting them to Linux. Now he wants developers to start thinking about “maintenance” instead of “remasters.”

    Meet the Guy Preserving the New History of PC Games, One Linux Port at a Time
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