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Immich relies on a third-party service that seems shady to me
  • I don’t use Immich, but if you open a feature request I’d suggest asking for open street maps, which offers a self hosted tile service https://www.maptiler.com/server/

  • [Solved] New Network Stack with an Unknown Issue..?
  • Least you got it working again!

  • [Solved] New Network Stack with an Unknown Issue..?
  • Whatever you are using that provides the brains of the network (like dhcp) in your setup probably the router or controller? I’ve never needed to move past an all in one but it seems like an intermittent routing issue. Have you u checked device logs to see if part of your network equipment is crashing or rebooting during these outages?

  • [Solved] New Network Stack with an Unknown Issue..?
  • The only thing I see linking those devices are loosely speaking being Linux based.

    Does the local connection work? Or are you unable to ping other devices on the lan?

    I would guess it’s a switch issue assuming they can’t talk on the lan to each other.

  • Angry patients spur new state watchdogs to bring down drug prices
  • Man it’s almost like it’d make sense to just have one national board that did this versus a massive host of state led initiatives of various but often bad quality…

  • Traveling to the US - How to prepare
  • Yup! Holding power and volume up or down on an iPhone for a few seconds will lock it and require a password before it will unlock again.

  • Migrants say border agents continue to throw away their belongings like medicine
  • Did you not read your own link twice now?

    The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (IIRIRA) amended 8 U.S.C. § 1325 to provide that an alien apprehended while entering or attempting to enter the United States at a time or place other than as designated by immigration officers shall be subject to a civil penalty.

    Reading comprehension is hard but there you go just the relevant statute amendment that you sent me yourself. Have a nice day!

  • Migrants say border agents continue to throw away their belongings like medicine
  • Your own link states:

    Section 1325 sets forth criminal offenses relating to (1) improper entry into the United States by an alien, (2) entry into marriage for the purpose of evading immigration laws, and (3) establishing a commercial enterprise for the purpose of evading immigration laws. The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (IIRIRA) amended 8 U.S.C. § 1325 to provide that an alien apprehended while entering or attempting to enter the United States at a time or place other than as designated by immigration officers shall be subject to a civil penalty.

    So civil penalty without enhancements like fleeing immigration officials.

  • Migrants say border agents continue to throw away their belongings like medicine
  • Except it doesn’t. Section a) only covers lies told to border patrol not the entry by itself. Each section when reading US law is read separately unless specifically stated otherwise.

  • Migrants say border agents continue to throw away their belongings like medicine
  • (b) Improper time or place; civil penalties Any alien who is apprehended while entering (or attempting to enter) the United States at a time or place other than as designated by immigration officers shall be subject to a civil penalty of— (1) at least $50 and not more than $250 for each such entry (or attempted entry); or (2) twice the amount specified in paragraph (1) in the case of an alien who has been previously subject to a civil penalty under this subsection. Civil penalties under this subsection are in addition to, and not in lieu of, any criminal or other civil penalties that may be imposed.

    From 8 U.S. Code § 1325 - Improper entry by alien. Please cite your source if you have it (we know you don’t)

  • Migrants say border agents continue to throw away their belongings like medicine
  • I forgot about the part of the constitution that says breaking a civil law means we should have our life saving medicine thrown out

  • How do you download your game on SD OLED?
  • This is what I do, I can confirm it works

  • Schiff says Biden has to ‘win overwhelmingly’ or pass the torch, adds VP Harris could win against Trump
  • Those show a majority of people disapprove of her across every poll in the link…

  • I live in the PNW. Every election cycle I get massive amounts of Arizona conservative text spam. How do I make it stop?
  • Why open a post mentioning a political party if you’re going to be mad that it’s about politics?

  • Why do you still hate Windows?
  • Because every time I’m reminded the underlying OS exists it’s always something negative.

    On windows: Forced restarts and updates that take over 5x as long as my Linux (or FreeBSD build), ui that constantly undoes what I customized, ads and preinstalled malware essentially like candy crush even on builds from Microsoft directly, worse performance with a much higher number of crashes under load on my current box, and no auto login/name any simple customization without screwing around with registry editor to name just the simple things. More advanced problems include no hypervisor built in to the home version, everything is pay to unlock features my Linux install does for free, no zfs software raid for storage safekeeping, most fixes when I do have errors involve googleing cryptic hex codes and being told to run fsck/chdsk as the only solution for often times hours of searching before finally finding the actual answer - not to mention most other fixes being to download a library/binary of the sketchiest sounding website ever that i can't verify isn't a virus.

    On linux or even FreeBSD which took a bit to get installed to my liking i may have put work in up front but its like 3 hours at most of my time for 6+ years of stability and proper functioning to avoid all of the above plus no microsoft telemetry etc. I switched when i first tried Vista and even today every time i have to use Microsoft's horrific excuse for an OS it is heartburn inducing.

  • Microsoft CEO of AI: Online content is 'freeware' for models • The Register
  • It’s not impossible lol. All a company would need to do is keep track of where they were getting content. If I use a script to download as much of the internet as possible and end up with a bunch of copyrighted content I could still get in trouble, hell there was even a guy arrested for downloading jstor without authorization.. Stop letting these guys get away with crimes just because you like the idea of the end product

  • Gender-affirming surgeries are mostly performed on cisgender people: 'Bitter irony'
  • That one did oddly enough draw less of a stink, though it did still get whispered about when it suited one’s purpose.

  • Gender-affirming surgeries are mostly performed on cisgender people: 'Bitter irony'
  • Out of the 151 breast reductions that were performed in 2019 on American minors, 146 (97 percent) were performed on cisgender males.

    The thing is, growing up in an evangelical church they don’t want these people getting breast reduction surgery either. they firmly believe that any change to the body is going against God’s will regardless of the physical or mental harm it may cause.

  • apnews.com Tractor-trailers with no one aboard? The future is near for self-driving trucks on US roads

    Late this year, Aurora Innovation Inc. plans to start hauling freight on Interstate 45 between the Dallas and Houston areas with 20 driverless trucks.

    Tractor-trailers with no one aboard? The future is near for self-driving trucks on US roads
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    United States | News & Politics @midwest.social socphoenix @midwest.social
    www.propublica.org 10 Times as Much of This Toxic Pesticide Could End Up on Your Tomatoes and Celery Under a New EPA Proposal

    Against the guidance of scientific advisory panels, the EPA is relying on industry-backed tests to relax regulations on acephate, which has been linked to neurodevelopmental disorders. “It’s exactly what we recommended against,” one panelist said.

    10 Times as Much of This Toxic Pesticide Could End Up on Your Tomatoes and Celery Under a New EPA Proposal
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    www.ocregister.com Ducks acquire Cutter Gauthier from Flyers for Jamie Drysdale, draft pick

    The fifth overall selection in the 2022 NHL Draft, Gauthier led Team USA to a gold medal at the recent World Junior Championships. Players with Gauthier’s dynamic skill set “are not available often…

    Ducks acquire Cutter Gauthier from Flyers for Jamie Drysdale, draft pick
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    Flyers’ Carter Hart now has answers to illness that has ‘been going on for a while’

    Hopefully this means he’ll be getting healthy soon

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    FreeBSD 14.0 out now!

    www.freebsd.org FreeBSD 14.0-RELEASE Announcement

    FreeBSD is an operating system used to power modern servers, desktops, and embedded platforms.

    FreeBSD 14.0-RELEASE Announcement

    Some of the highlights:

    OpenSSH has been updated to version 9.5p1.

    OpenSSL has been updated to version 3.0.12, a major upgrade from OpenSSL 1.1.1t in FreeBSD 13.2-RELEASE.

    The bhyve hypervisor now supports TPM and GPU passthrough.

    FreeBSD supports up to 1024 cores on the amd64 and arm64 platforms.

    ZFS has been upgraded to OpenZFS release 2.2, providing significant performance improvements.

    It is now possible to perform background filesystem checks on UFS file systems running with journaled soft updates.

    Experimental ZFS images are now available for AWS and Azure.

    The default congestion control mechanism for TCP is now CUBIC.

    And much more…​

    For a complete list of new features and known problems, please see the online release notes and errata list, available at:

    https://www.FreeBSD.org/releases/14.0R/relnotes/

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    Clang sanitizer failure with ASLR enabled

    II. Problem Description

    Some of the Sanitizers cannot work correctly when ASLR is enabled. Therefore, at the initialization of such Sanitizers, ASLR is detected via procctl(2). If ASLR is enabled, it is first disabled, and then the main executable containing the Sanitizer is re-executed, after printing an appropriate message.

    However, the Sanitizers work by intercepting various function calls, and by mistake the already-intercepted procctl(2) function was used. This causes an internal error, which usually results in a segfault.

    III. Impact

    Binaries linked to AddressSanitizer (using -fsanitize=address), MemorySanitizer (using -fsanitize=memory) or ThreadSanitizer (using -fsanitize=thread) can crash at startup with a segfault, if ASLR is enabled. Other binaries are not affected.

    IV. Workaround

    If ASLR is enabled system-wide, the problem can be worked around by running the specific binary with proccontrol(1), to temporarily disable ASLR for only that program. For example:

    proccontrol -m aslr -s disable /path/to/example_program

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    FreeBSD OpenZFS bug patch

    II. Problem Description

    A check did not test both the dnode itself and its data for dirtiness. This provides a very small window of time while a file is being modified where the dirtiness check can falsely report that the dnode is clean. If this happens a hole may incorrectly be reported where data was written.

    III. Impact

    If an access occurs while a file is being modified and a hole is incorrectly reported, the data may instead be interpreted as zero bytes. Any application which checks for holes may be affected by this issue; if this occurs during a file copy it will result in a corrupt copy that retains the incorrect data. Note that the source file remains intact (a subsequent read will return the correct data).

    IV. Workaround

    Setting the vfs.zfs.dmu_offset_next_sync sysctl to 0 disables forcing TXG sync to find holes. This is an effective workaround that greatly reduces the likelihood of encountering data corruption, although it does not completely eliminate it. Note that with the workaround holes will not be reported in recently dirtied files. See the zfs(4) man page for more information of the impact of this sysctl setting.

    The workaround should be removed once the system is updated to include the fix described in this notice.

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    RPI 5 will only have software video encoding

    and HEVC as the only video decoding. Kind of dissapointing as using a graphical display remains the worst part of the rpi systems

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    www.nbcphiladelphia.com Brink a nice underdog story to start Flyers' season

    Flyers prospect Bobby Brink has an underdog background and is now opening eyes at the highest level.

    Brink a nice underdog story to start Flyers' season
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    I will be testing the game day bot today (for real....)

    Good afternoon everyone! The bot apparently didn't like a few things with the new schedule but it looks like I have it together now. I'll be back to check on it before game time.

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    www.theonion.com Vegas-Area Pawn Shop Celebrates Being 6 Weeks Away From Owning Stanley Cup

    The Onion brings you all of the latest news, stories, photos, videos and more from America's finest news source.

    Vegas-Area Pawn Shop Celebrates Being 6 Weeks Away From Owning Stanley Cup
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    www.theonion.com Christians Explain Why Jesus Was Too Liberal

    According to Christian leaders, many evangelicals have begun to reject Jesus’s teachings because they sound too similar to liberal talking points. The Onion asked Christians why the Son of God comes off as “weak” and leftist, and this is what they said.

    Christians Explain Why Jesus Was Too Liberal
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    IIHF sanctions Ivan Fedotov and CSKA Hockey Club

    www.iihf.com IIHF - IIHF sanctions Ivan Fedotov and CSKA Hockey Club

    The International Ice Hockey Federation has reviewed the contracts entered into by Ivan Fedotov ...

    IIHF - IIHF sanctions Ivan Fedotov and CSKA Hockey Club

    Cross-posted from [email protected] (Memmy doesn’t have cross posting yet)

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    Flyers sign Cam York to two year deal

    www.nhl.com Flyers sign defenseman Cam York to a two-year contract

    The Philadelphia Flyers have signed defenseman Cam York to a two-year, $3.2 million contract ($1.6 million AAV).

    Flyers sign defenseman Cam York to a two-year contract
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    Lemmy just had its first major hack. What happens next:

    Posting this for visibility: cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/1299831

    > Hi all, > > If you're just now signing in for the first time in 12+ hours, you may just now be finding out that Lemmy World and other instances where hijacked. The hijackers had the full abilities of hijacked user, mod, and admin accounts. At this time, I am only aware of instance defacing and URL redirections to have been done by the hijackers. > > If you were not forced to sign back in this morning, contact your instance admin to verify mitigations were completed on your instance. > > ## How? > > This occurred due to an XSS attack in the recently added custom emojis. Instance admins should follow the issue tracker on the LemmyNet GitHub, as well as the Matrix Chat. Post-Incident Activity is still on-going. > > Currently, it is likely that just your session cookie was stolen, with instance admins being targeted specifically by checking for navAdmin, an HTML element only instance admins had. I do not believe this to affect users across instances, but I have yet to confirm this. > > ## What happens next? > > As I am not the developers or affected instance admins, I cannot make any guarantees. However, here is what you'll likely see: > > 1. Post Incident investigation continues. This will include inspecting code, posts, websites, and more used by the hijackers. An official incident writeup may occur. You should expect the following from that report: > > - Exactly what happened, when. > - The incident response that occurred from instance admins > - Information that might have helped resolve the issue sooner > - Any issues that prevented successful resolution > - What should have been done differently by admins > - What should be improved by developers > - What can be used to identify the next attack > - What tools are needed to identify that information > > 2. A CVE is created. This is an official alert of the issue, and notifies security experts (and enthusiasts), even those not using lemmy, about the issue. > > > 3. A code security audit is done. This will likely just be casual reviews by technical lemmy users. However, I will be reaching out to the Mozilla Foundation and Cure53 as they recently did an audit of Mastodon. If there is interest in an external audit of lemmy and the costs are affordable, I'll look into crowdfunding this cost.

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    issue routing from zerotier to container with PF

    I'm trying to set up rules so I can access a few different containers from zerotier. I've already set up an ssh-x11 container and the passthrough is working fine with: > rdr on $ext_zero proto tcp from any to $ext_zero port 8000 -> 10.1.1.3 port 22

    where $ext_zero is the variable for the zerotier bridge.

    However, trying to stream music with jellyfin with: > rdr on $ext_zero proto tcp from any to $ext_zero port 8096 -> 10.1.1.6 port 8096

    I get consistent connection refused messages.

    The full pf.conf for redirections: Code: table <jails> persist nat on $ext_if from <jails> to any -> ($ext_if:0) rdr-anchor "rdr/*" rdr on $ext_zero proto tcp from any to $ext_zero port 8000 -> 10.1.1.3 port 22 rdr on $ext_zero proto tcp from any to $ext_zero port 8096 -> 10.1.1.6 port 8096 rdr on $ext_zero proto tcp from any to $ext_zero port 8920 -> 10.1.1.6 port 8920 rdr on $ext_zero proto udp from any to $ext_zero port 1900 -> 10.1.1.6 port 1900 rdr on $ext_zero proto udp from any to $ext_zero port 7359 -> 10.1.1.6 port 7359

    The system is FreeBSD, the jails are roughly equivalent to a docker compose install.

    Jellyfin is set to accept remote connections, with the whitelist left blank as per their instructions to allow all addresses. Why will ssh connect but not jellyfin?>>

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    large update coming for pf firewall

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    www.broadstreethockey.com Flyers sign defenseman Victor Mete to two-way deal

    Another player is getting added to the somewhat interesting Flyers blue line.

    Flyers sign defenseman Victor Mete to two-way deal
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    bastillebsd.org Getting Started With Bastille | BastilleBSD

    It's dangerous to go alone! Take this. The Bastille getting started guide will you have running containers in under twenty minutes.

    Getting Started With Bastille | BastilleBSD

    Looking to get started with FreeBSD jails? bastille is a jail manager that feels like a better, cleaner idea of what Docker was meant to be. It is easy to install, and uses zfs to cache OS versions to reduce the size and footprint of jails. There are template to make it easier to install common services.

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    www.propublica.org Mississippi Says Poor Defendants Must Always Have a Lawyer. Few Courts Are Ready to Deliver.

    A rule requiring poor criminal defendants to have a lawyer throughout the criminal process took effect Saturday. Few courts in the state have plans in place.

    Mississippi Says Poor Defendants Must Always Have a Lawyer. Few Courts Are Ready to Deliver.
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