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.
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.
Yesterday, we moved the fractal-next branch to main. This means we will get now nightly builds. 🎉
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.
We went to the Chusa (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gim_Jeong-hui) Museum. Chusa was a famous calligrapher, painter and writer from the late 1700s. In the picture it's me pretending to do awesome calligraphy.
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 https://matrix-org.github.io/synapse/v1.48/turn-howto.html
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...
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