Although I got used to Panixticon on Linux (especially on OpenSUSE TW) I'm got tired of it especially after last update when all bloat come back unexpectedly as some patterns were automatically selected during graphical installation... (like damn games I don't play).
I tried most of distros with LXD packaged traditionally not in snap (like alpine, gentoo, void) but had different issues, you can read about it on wiki.
I said - enough! - and started porting Panixticon to FreeBSD.
Decided to do so because FreeBSD:
- provides minimal, consistent ecosystem supported by community.
- has one ports collection and one package manager.
- has one, good and stable container technology (jails) and advanced management tools (cbsd, jailme)
- _may_ achieve GPU acceleration inside jail when unhide dri
- nullfs for bind-mount and `ro` mount (rootfs, shared libs)
- zfs on root integrated, for compression and caching
- unix sockets (in combination with nullfs for sharing xorg and audio)
Nothing is scripted yet there but do expect **freebsd-\*** repos in Panixticon organization on git in some time.
I'd like to achieve fully consistent experience between OSes. So you just type `pxt-new-container` and expect it to do container magic for you. So be aware of possible changes also in Linux port!
GUI tools are stuck for now and will be probably ported to GO + Fyne, will elaborate later.
Screenshot shows my first successful attempt - VM with recent FreeBSD and jailed Firefox.
Hope you like it!
I renamed Isolation Project to Panixticon, mostly because a lot of other projects (especially connected to pandemic) are called this way.
It corresponds to Unix-like OSes and Panopticon idea in a little bit silly way.
You can read about it [here](https://git.itmodulo.eu/Panixticon/~files/master/History.md).
Current logo sucks and I'll definitely replace it. But actually I'm more into code development. If you have one you can send me ;)
Hi folks, I have been using [@postmarketOS](https://lemmy.ml/c/postmarketos) and [UBports](https://ubports.com/) for one year each. I would like to share my thoughts about their usability and their future on my blog. Additionally I'll say something about [LineageOS](https://lineageos.org/) and less known projects like [Droidian](https://droidian.org/)
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- GTK4 🎉
- No-thumb mode (No more slow searching).
- Better stability, no irritating segmentation faults.
- Touch-less search: just type, results will change.
- Auto-generated md5, sha256 and sha512 checksums included.
- Updated dependencies and compiled with latest go 1.18
- DEV: Improved algorithm for calculating time by using formula for buffer size sample rate and num. of channels. (Considered as less overhead for CPU)
- DEV: New algorithm for auto-playing next track. Avoid traditional recursion. Now goroutine lunches second one and communicates through golang channels to start new reader but waits for previous one to escape loop and end not to conflict while GUI changes. (In theory should save memory as functions end in order)
- Added [Screenshots](https://codeberg.org/LinuxOnMobile/Sonically/src/branch/main/SCREENSHOTS.md)