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leo Leo @lemmy.linuxuserspace.show

One half of the dudes that do the Linux User Space audio/video podcast.

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Which linux podcast do you guys listen to?
  • I knew my ears were burning. Thank you for the shout out! :)

  • news.opensuse.org Tumbleweed Monthly Update - June 2024

    Welcome to the monthly update for openSUSE Tumbleweed for June 2024. This month was busy with events like the Community Summit in Berlin and the openSUSE Con...

    Tumbleweed Monthly Update - June 2024
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    www.404media.co Google: AI Potentially Breaking Reality Is a Feature Not a Bug

    “While these uses of GenAI are often neither overtly malicious nor explicitly violate these tools’ content policies or terms of services, their potential for harm is significant.”

    Google: AI Potentially Breaking Reality Is a Feature Not a Bug
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    www.404media.co ID Verification Service for TikTok, Uber, X Exposed Driver Licenses

    As social networks and porn sites move towards a verified identity model, the actions of one cybersecurity researcher show that ID verification services themselves could get hacked too.

    ID Verification Service for TikTok, Uber, X Exposed Driver Licenses
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    www.theregister.com Apple says no to OS emulation on the iPhone

    We sure hope this won't upset European regulators given how great their relationship is with Apple right now

    Apple says no to OS emulation on the iPhone
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    GNOME tablet support papercut fixes
  • I agree it's awesome. Looking forward to more, but the blog isn't mine, it's Peter Hutterer :)

  • who-t.blogspot.com GNOME tablet support papercut fixes

    Over the last months I've started looking into a few of the papercuts that affects graphics tablet users in GNOME. So now that most of th...

    GNOME tablet support papercut fixes
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    news.opensuse.org Leap Micro 6.0 is now available. Leap Micro 5.4 reaches End of Life.

    A new major version of Leap Micro is now available!  Leap Micro 6.0 images can be found at get.opensuse.org. Leap Micro 6.0 uses a brand-new codebase, comes ...

    Leap Micro 6.0 is now available. Leap Micro 5.4 reaches End of Life.
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    Linux Mint 22 Beta Imminent as ISO Enters Testing

    www.omgubuntu.co.uk Linux Mint 22 Beta Imminent as ISO Enters Testing - OMG! Ubuntu

    As the Cinnamon 6.2 release indicated, the upcoming Linux Mint 22 release is getting mighty close. But before a stable release can be made, there has to

    Linux Mint 22 Beta Imminent as ISO Enters Testing - OMG! Ubuntu
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    Improved browser features for desktop and Vivaldi Mail 2.0 amped up with new functionalities
  • Sort of? Their Chromium specific code is kept open, as per the parent license, but their Vivaldi specific stuff is, indeed, closed.

    But that's why you can't Outfire the Fox. 🦊

  • pointieststick.com This week in KDE: Plasma 6.1 cleanups

    Plasma 6.1 has been released to good reviews! We’ve spent the week fixing issues reported so far, as always. So far we’re in good shape here, with almost all the big issues fixed alread…

    This week in KDE: Plasma 6.1 cleanups
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    Framework Laptop 13 is Getting a Drop-In RISC-V Mainboard Option
  • Pretty much. If I could get a lock on a price, I might buy one as a glorified Raspberry Pi and stick it in one of those Cooler Master cases for fun and testing.

  • How can I quickly "unclog" firefox when it runs out of memory (with 1000/2000 tabs)
  • Kodi and Emby. Ohhhhhh. ISOs. Ha! I knew exactly the types of sorting software that was coming when the idea clicked.

    "Search in all tabs" would be so awesome. I don't do 1000 tabs, but when doing research, I regularly have 30-40 I'm flipping through, and I tend to lose my place, know I saw something, and need that exact tab, and it's always a bit of a chore to track it down before I forget why I wanted the tab in the first place.

    I hope Firefox gets where you need it to be soon. I recently read the story of the 7000 tab person, so it's clearly a use case.

  • How can I quickly "unclog" firefox when it runs out of memory (with 1000/2000 tabs)
  • Those ISOs must go back YEARS! Same with the files! What sorting software helps keep track of all that?

    Notepad++ surely has some type of global search feature to help find the thought you saved for later, right? I'm utterly impressed with how much stuff you seem to have around, yet can still find and make sense of it. I would have long since buried myself under it all and given up.

  • How can I quickly "unclog" firefox when it runs out of memory (with 1000/2000 tabs)
  • You have 64GB RAM and that's still not enough for your browser. Wow.

    I've come away from this with only more questions. What does your Downloads folder/Filesystem look like? Do you have notebooks or any real world allocation of information? What's that like? What kinds of things do you keep in a junk drawer?

    Absolutely fascinating.

  • AlmaLinux with Raspberry Pi 5 Support!
  • Awesome!

    point a USB fan at them

    We're cut from the same cloth 👌

  • AlmaLinux with Raspberry Pi 5 Support!
  • Interesting! How many Pi 5's are going into your cluster, and how do you cool them? 🤔

  • The Season's Over! Time to Get Back to Work 😅
  • AND IT'S MY CAKEDAY?! I can't believe our Lemmy's been around that long.

  • Can you suggest me some good Linux podcasts?
  • I'm part of Linux User Space. We do history deep-dives and a whole lot of other Linux content. Most recently was Xz and LXDE/LXQt. We even have our own Lemmy instance :)

    https://www.linuxuserspace.show/

  • If You're a Patron, Sign Up For Lemmy with us!
  • Oh you’re welcome. ♥️

  • Raspberry Pi Connect: a secure and easy-to-use way to access your Raspberry Pi remotely
  • Gordon Hollingsworth in the comments said

    It should be possible to install the deb file onto Ubuntu…

    But I don't know if that means AMD64, too or just ARM64...

  • GNU nano 8.0 Released with New Options and Various Improvements
  • The trick is to never get comfortable with Vim or Emacs.

    *taps forehead*

  • Firefox Nightly Now Available for Linux on ARM64
  • I would hope so! Maybe they just unboxed it, so now we have ARM builds 😂

  • LastPass users targeted in phishing attacks good enough to trick even the savvy
  • Ya know, that exact thought was in the back of my mind...

  • Why is Windows 11 so annoying?
  • That sounds terrible. Does Win+Tab get you the preview? That would have probably been my first thought after the frustration set in.

  • Why is Windows 11 so annoying?
  • Yep, but I left the Start button alone, myself. While I tend to prefer Linux, I still have to have Windows. 11 is mostly fine, but I think people have beef with it because lots of things changed, including the design, and people, for the most part, really hate change. Oh and the ads. Oh and Edge likes to pop up instead of your normal browser from time to time.