Skip Navigation
lungdart lungdart @lemmy.ca
Posts 11
Comments 111
Is sex really that awesome? am I really missing out?
  • As good as eating.

    Most are like junk food Few are like fine dining And a few are like eating food you hate at a friend's house but you're trying to be polite.

    Overall I'd recommend experiencing it, but if you don't or can't no biggy.

  • what are these rubber holes on the back of the pc case?
  • Those are rubber grommets. They'll protect cables from wearing on metal that pass through the case.

    Likely for things with hard wired controllers, like fan controllers or led lighting. You can hang the controller outside of the case in the back where nobody will see it.

  • What popular product do you think is modern day snakeoil?
  • I have a blue light filter on my glasses. I opted in because I sometimes use screens close to bed time for work.

    I'm not going to tell you they work better then a placebo, but they work as good as one, and that's all I need.

    They are 100% yellow tinted. Anyone who tells you they don't block blue light is a liar.

  • What is Web 3.0?
  • It's a buzz word.

    Web 1.0 is just websites. They envisioned everyone had their own web site to blog on. Geocities, ISP hosting, web rings, link aggregators, and simple human curated search engines. That kind of thing.

    Web 2.0 basically meant APIs. You could stitch a weather API with a map API and make a weather map app. This kind of came true, but it wasn't as free and open as people hoped for.

    Web 3.0 is supposed the intersection of the web and distributed apps. Think games on the block chain like crypto kitties. It's mostly been a flop since blockchain based decentralization is slow, expensive, and difficult for users. That being said there are successful use cases like online wallet management and distributed exchanges (defi).

  • My stupidity saved me from being hacked today!
  • Doubt. You probably need to set the file owners in your volume to the same user running in the container.

  • What do you use to manage secrets in your network?
  • It's a cli tool, so you can call it within another call using dollar sign syntax

    terraform apply --var "myvalue=$(pass path/to/value)"
    
  • What do you use to manage secrets in your network?
  • I'm using pass at home, but I've used hashicorp vault at a few jobs with great success.

    IBM just forked it to openBao as well to get around the business license, if that's a concern for your. But honestly I'd trust hashicorp more than IBM at this point.

  • How to get past theoretical knowledge?
  • It can take years of practice. Keep at it, everyone feels this way, and the ones that don't break through are the ones that give up

  • How do you mask Wireguard traffic?
  • You can try putting it on pretty 443 or another tls port. It's not a perfect solution but it could help for your specific setup.

  • How do you mask Wireguard traffic?
  • Wireguard is e2e encrypted, no middleman can inspect the packets without the private keys.

  • *Permanently Deleted*
  • Shaka, when the walls fell...

  • ISP router wifi range
  • https://discord.com/servers/8311-886329492438671420

    Get rid of their junk equipment and put something decent in. Discord link is a group dedicated to doing just that. You may find info for your specific ISP.

    If you do it right, you won't even need their gear inline at all.

  • When you have a domain but never leave your house
  • -sS80 -sA80 was my goto for CTF boxes.

  • Where do I meet teens/young adults nowadays?
  • Most people can change, and do. Most people can't prevent it. Change is one of the only constants in life.

    You sound like you have extra challenges with autism. If this is something that is negatively affecting your life, I would recommend looking into a counselor or therapist.

    Best of luck. To both you and OP.

  • Where do I meet teens/young adults nowadays?
  • Let me rephrase. The chances for friendships for people who enjoy these activities are significantly greater for people who don't at.

    OP could force themselves to attend, and possibly make friends that way, but it's very likely the friends will want to continue to do those things.

    I would also like to remind people that the way you are is not set in stone. You can change if you want to. I used to be an introverted loaner who worked on being extroverted and accomplished it. It's what I wanted though, I idolized extroverts. This may not apply to OP

  • Where do I meet teens/young adults nowadays?
  • What are your hobbies, go find where people do then together and join in.

    If you don't have many hobbies, try something new that may pique your interest.

    Unfortunately most people your age are going to be at parties, university, and sports. You're limiting your chance of success by removing those options, do it's going to be hard. You'll have to put in the work.

  • “Non-human” alien corpses have been displayed to Mexican politicians at Congress
  • What are the odds an extraterrestrial being would have the exact same features as most mammals on earth?

    And why is it made of playdoh?

  • What benefits do you get for being on-call? - programming.dev
  • We have a team of 6 and rotate on call regularly. I'm in the US and receive no benefit for on call specifically, but other regions do. My salary more than covers the inconvenience though.

  • What would you do if Capitalism didn't curb your potential and force you to sell most of your time?
  • I would spend my time the same way. Honing my specialization to increase benefit to society. I love software development!

  • homelab @lemmy.ml lungdart @lemmy.ca

    Replacement disk arrived...

    So I posted not too long ago that I had a drive failure in my RaidZ pool. Ordered a replacement disk (WD RED, purpose built for NAS), and tried resilvering only to see this after a short while...

    https://github.com/openzfs/zfs/issues/10214 https://www.truenas.com/docs/hardware/notices/componentarticles/wdsmr/ https://blog.westerndigital.com/wd-red-nas-drives/

    Turns out WD started pushing out a new disk technology called SMR, that's slower, and fails when rebuilding RAIDs due to heavy write operations, and specifically marketed it towards NAS users? WTF Western Digital?!

    Anyway, disk RMAd, and a replacement CMR disk is on the way. I'll never buy WD drives again... Lesson learned the hard way.

    9
    homelab @lemmy.ml lungdart @lemmy.ca

    New dashboard new you

    Recently rebuilt my homelab using proxmox and k3s. I like it a lot! Also loving dashy over the old heimdall dashboard.

    If you have any suggestions for workloads, let me know!

    3
    homelab @lemmy.ml lungdart @lemmy.ca

    Oh no...

    Recently rebuilt my homelab. While restoring files to the new zpools, one of them had a few faults and ended up in a degraded state.

    Replacement disk on the way, Hopefully resilvering the pool after disk replacement doesn't cause any more issues. Luckily, all the data is backed up as I recently rebuilt it, so no worries if it explodes.

    3
    www.wfsb.com NTSB: Airline worker ‘ingested into’ plane engine at Texas airport

    Officials are investigating the death of an airline ground crew member, who was reportedly caught in a plane engine.

    1
    homelab @lemmy.ml lungdart @lemmy.ca

    Finished racking my homelab!

    lemmy.ca Lab rebuild next steps - Lemmy.ca

    A little update on the racking the basement lab. New patch panel and cables made my life much easier. All the packets are flowing! Working out some KVM issues while I get rancher harvester deployed.

    Lab rebuild next steps - Lemmy.ca

    Continuation of a post earlier in the week. I ordered pass through patch panels and premade cables due to bad connections, and everything is working great!

    Getting rancher harvester installed now, then rancher, then setting up a small cluster to play with.

    I may grab some OCI freetier and vpn to add another node.

    2
    Homelab @lemmy.cloudhub.social lungdart @lemmy.ca

    Lab rebuild next steps

    A little update on the racking the basement lab.

    New patch panel and cables made my life much easier. All the packets are flowing! Working out some KVM issues while I get rancher harvester deployed.

    1
    homelab @lemmy.ml lungdart @lemmy.ca

    Rack wired up, but not functioning

    Patch panel was second hand, and unfortunately you get what you pay for. Fewer than half the ports are functional. I ordered some premade cat6 and a rj45 through connector patch panel to fix it.

    4
    Homelab @lemmy.cloudhub.social lungdart @lemmy.ca

    Wired up the rack, but you get what you pay for

    Rack is wired (patch cables ordered). Unfortunately the second hand patch panel is a bad idea, less than half the ports are functional...

    I ordered a rj45 cat6 through panel and a bunch of premade cables. Should be here at the end of the month!

    2
    homelab @lemmy.ml lungdart @lemmy.ca

    Finally racked my lab

    lemmy.ca Finally racked my lab - Lemmy.ca

    Finally got around to racking up my lab! (Still needs wiring up, but that’s tomorrows problem) Top to bottom: * 1u PDU * 1u cable management * 1u custom super micro pfsense build * 1u tplink jetstream. 24x1Gbe 4x SFP * 1u cable management * 2u patch panel * 4u custom super micro server * A shelf wit...

    Finally racked my lab - Lemmy.ca

    Trying to cross post, not sure if I'm doing it right. Apologies if I'm breaking any rules!

    7
    Homelab @lemmy.cloudhub.social lungdart @lemmy.ca

    Finally racked my lab

    Finally got around to racking up my lab! (Still needs wiring up, but that's tomorrows problem)

    Top to bottom:

    • 1u PDU
    • 1u cable management
    • 1u custom super micro pfsense build
    • 1u tplink jetstream. 24x1Gbe 4x SFP
    • 1u cable management
    • 2u patch panel
    • 4u custom super micro server
    • A shelf with a UPS and a gaming rig (ryzen with a 1070ti)

    Going to run rancher harvester + rancher vm + k8s cluster. Usual media stack, nextcloud, pihole, etc etc.

    Mostly just want a cluster to play with and harvester seems fun!

    2
    Reddit @lemmy.ml lungdart @lemmy.ca

    It's started

    Some of my favorite subs have started going private already. I moved RiF out of the tray and replaced it with Jerboa.

    I started my aggregated news with slashdot and fark. Moved to Digg after Kevin Rose announced it on TTV. went to Reddit at digg v2 because Reddit looked like diggv1. Went to rif when mobile usage passed my computer usage, now I'm here!

    What's your story?

    23