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But now it is installing the system after it partitioned it and set up the encryption for the hard drive. I have to say that I probably left 90% on the defaults, which was surprising to me.

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Trying archinstall for the first time, which is a installer for Arch (which traditionally needed to be installed manually). I still had to set up wifi manually because I didn't have a ethernet port on that laptop. But after that it was fairly straight forward. Still nothing for a newbie but that's ok.

It is a bit weird to switch the choice between a list with numbers which you choose and this fake checkbox, so that took me some time to understand how to use it.


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Shout-out to new #tilvids patron Separate Realities, as well as all the long-time patrons helping to keep our community running! TILvids is completely self-funded; if you would like to help out, you can donate at:

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How much money do you spend on apps?

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Yesterday, we moved the fractal-next branch to main. This means we will get now nightly builds. 🎉

I moved my mastodon instance from Hetzner to a NUC at my parents house where I already run PeerTube.

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"The International Federation of Journalists, representing more than 600,000 journalists worldwide, calls for Julian Assange's immediate release" #FreeAssangeNOW #JournalismIsNotACrime

I had an idea for a video and thought I could use a mind map tool to visualize it by having a dark theme on it and adding pictures to the items. But it seems that there is no free software available for what I'm trying to do. I tried 6 of them now and even the Linux desktop apps want me to subscribe for a year for $60 to be able to add pictures or a dark theme.

I'm afraid as soon as covid starts declining here in Korea, this will become my reality too.

We went to the Chusa ( Museum. Chusa was a famous calligrapher, painter and writer from the late 1700s. In the picture it's me pretending to do awesome calligraphy.

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I only could do voip calls via Matrix/Element if I was in the same network. Turns out that I had to set up a turn server to get it working outside of my NAT

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Companies telling their employees to get back to the office right now are transparently putting their own interests over the health of the people who work for them. At least it should clarify where their priorities really are.

Today, finally after so many days both my sister in law's family and my work colleague and her children finally arrived in Poland.

Interesting times we live in.

1. My sister in law's family is fleeing from Ukraine over the border to Poland
2. My coworker who spent half a year with me in Korea and I work with on a daily basis does the same with her children (her husband needs to stay and fight)
3. My niece has had Covid for 2 weeks and is getting higher fiver and a bacterial infection probably in the lungs.
4. (This feels like blessing in comparison) stepdaughter works from home...


It seems I can't follow the Truth because my IP is blocked on Trumps Truth Social network.

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