Linux systemd is now going to manage user /home directories.
I don't... I mean, I just can't...
Let me try again.
1) You are going to let a piece of software manage something which is freakishly sensitive and can create A LOT OF PROBLEMS down the line.
2) ALL software have bugs. Lots of them. And systemd is, shall we say, a highly complex piece of sotware, that contains a LOT of bugs.
What could possibly go wrong? 🤦♂️
@ajroach42 regarding our talk yesterday, just wondering - what's your standing on using cases from old, broken-beyond-repair laptops for new projects?
Bought an MD Walkman, I finally don't need to carry my X60s around to listen to music. Best part? It was like $15, and it's in almost perfect condition! :D
#np Haruhi Suzumiya - God Knows
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgkdT5l9PBQ - this guy rocks!
also I downloaded it as NSF and it turns out that it loops around when played in nestopia.. It's been 40 minutes and I need to sleep <.<
"I'd just like to interject for a moment" by PoroCYon, http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=71555
I've been playing around with a public API that provides real-time bus/tram location in my city. Connected it to OpenStreetMap, and while adding a simple bus search feature it just stopped working.
Turns out that for some weird reason the API stopped returning data. Also, it's 4am, I should get some sleep as school starts tommorow.
either lost in his imagination or just plain hacking stuff
17 year old linux, retrocomputing and tech nerd; please talk to me
also beware, I post anime grills!
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