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That, and to have more power to fundamentally alter it.

I’m convinced he’s doing everything to burn it to the ground put it in bankruptcy as fast as possible.

I use HandBrake to transcode DVDs with the libdvdcss2 library and it works seamlessly, it doesn’t even know the DVD is copy-protected.


How to setup weather forecast with Bangle.js Gadgetbridge
* Install [Bangle.js Gadgetbridge](https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.espruino.gadgetbridge.banglejs) * In the settings of the Bangle.js currently connected, enable the **Allow Internet Access** option. * On the BangleJS App Loader, you'll need to install the following three apps * [Weather](https://banglejs.com/apps/?id=weather) * [OpenWeatherMap weather provider](https://banglejs.com/apps/?id=owmweather) * [My Location](https://banglejs.com/apps/?id=mylocation) On the watch itself, you'll have to go in **Settings > Apps > My Location** and press **Set From GPS** in order to retrieve and store your GPS coordinates. (it might take a while, so leave it near a window for a couple of minutes). Once saved, it will say **City ???**, this is normal. You can close that menu. Back to the App Loader, under My Apps you should have **OpenWeatherMap weather provider**, and to the right there is a floppy disk. Press it, and you'll be able to type in your OpenWeatherMap API key, which you can get for free [here](https://home.openweathermap.org/api_keys). Type (or paste) it in, and press **Save key**. Now back to the watch, go in **Settings > Apps > OWM Weather**. Make sure it is set to **☑ Enabled**, configure the desired refresh rate (more often = more battery usage), then you can close this. From this point forward, you should see the current weather in your notification bar (if your watchface has one) and you'll see the current weather when opening the Weather app on your watch. All you need is the Bangle.js Gadgetbridge app running in the background an a bluetooth connection between the phone and the watch.

TAILS 5.6 is out
``` tails (5.6) unstable; urgency=medium * Upgrade Linux to 5.10.149 (tails/tails!935) Closes issues: - Fix beacown (tails/tails#19210) Commits: - Release process: bring back test that we can run locally, but not on Jenkins - Really disable broken Thunderbird test - Upgrade Linux to 5.10.149-1 * Disable broken Thunderbird test (tails/tails!934) Commits: - Disable broken Thunderbird test * Upgrade Tor Browser to 11.5.5 (tails/tails!936) Closes issues: - Upgrade to Tor Browser 11.5.5 (ESR 91.13 + ESR 102.4 backports) (tails/tails#19178) Commits: - Upgrade Tor Browser to 11.5.5 * post-release misc updates (tails/tails!932) Commits: - easier transmission-remote instructions - avoid re-downloading if restarting - better instructions for automated test suite * Thunderbird: remove obsolete oauth2 pref (tails/tails!929) Commits: - Thunderbird: remove obsolete oauth2 pref * Upgrader: when a manual upgrade is needed, point to the news & manual upgrade doc without specifying a (probably incorrect) version (tails/tails!915) Closes issues: - Tails Upgrader recommends manual upgrades to deprecated versions (tails/tails#17069) Commits: - Make /latest inline the translated version of the release notes - Rewrite in Markdown - Move latest release notes out of /news - Improve phrasing - Point to release notes of latest version only - Upgrader: when a manual upgrade is needed, point to the news & manual upgrade doc without specifying a version -- Tails developers <tails@boum.org> Mon, 24 Oct 2022 08:06:36 +0000 ```

V6.00 Changelog * Rewrite code for UEFI 32 & 64 bits * Add support for x64 Long Mode Paging * Add support for up to 256 cores * Add detection for DDR4 & DDR5 * Add support for XMP 3.0 * Add detection for AMD Zen 1/2/3/4 * Add detection for Intel up to 13th Gen * Add better support for AMD pre-ZEN CPUs * Add support for older nVidia and AMD chipsets * Add support for SDRAM * Many enhancements * Numerous bug fixes & optimization

And even better, with some older games already patched with unofficial updates that are considered must-have, like for Vampire : The Masquerade Bloodlines or for S.T.A.L.K.E.R.

SystemRescue 9.05
* **9.05) 2022-10-21:** * Split initialization of SystemRescue into parts done before and in parallel to networking (#304) * Add a new style for configuring autorun scripts (“autorun.exec”) (#287) * Change the default for ar\_nowait to true: don’t wait at the end of autorun by default anymore * Deprecate storing autorun scripts in the root of the boot disk (#252) * Bind-mount /run/archios/bootmnt in case of copytoram to create a stable path for use in autorun * Add yay AUR helper (#139) * Allow https-URLs for the archiso\_http\_srv option by disabling certificate checks * Don’t waste ram when using the archiso\_http\_srv option (#56) * mountall: run udevadm settle to mount newly opened cryptodisks, improve messages * Add rclone option to the “sysconfig” scope of YAML config file, it writes a rclone.conf file * Add sysctl option to the “sysconfig” scope of YAML config file * Added packages: whois (mkpasswd)

It’s fascinating how complex it can become when dealing with timezones from a programmer point-of-view.

Because it’s still where most of the prolific posters are at. I mostly lurk…

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Cracking down on political dissidents outside of their jurisdiction? To me that sounds like an overreach and meddling of a sovereign nation’s internal affairs.

Can we post english links here? This is the lemmy.ml community, not feddit.de

We be nice to have a way to save a webpage as a WARC, and have them both available outside of Firefox for archival, but also in an “Offline” section within the app.

Looks like Cyberpsychosis will eventually be inevitable.

I guess you could find the RSS feed behind the Apple Podcasts listing using this


I mean, off course they think you should. They’re not gonna sell it at $120 and then say yeah, don’t actually buy it, it’s overpriced.

It’s is a scanning app, but its core relies on the zxing library. Sadly there isn’t a standardized way of calling a default barcode scanning app on Android, so your only option is to build your own inside the app, or rely in the zxing library.

Maybe you can look at how Binary Eye integrates the library and base your work upon it?

zxing is still the go-to for this matter. It’s technically in maintenance mode, doesn’t mean that it’s dead or unsupported.

Other barcode scanning apps like Binary Eye depends on it.

Maybe a workaround would be the ability to load your personal data from the privacy settings menu as a one-time import.

I suppose my standards about what I find interesting enough to publish on Lemmy are high, so I don’t post unless that bar is met.

I personally get the Blu-Ray ISO of the movie containing the languages I want and convert them to the format I want using HandBrake. It’s easier to find what I want this way instead of looking for a premade file.

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/374703 > And many more work out of the box, just not officially verified. > > At this point it's probably safe to assume that all games work with Linux, unless some crazy anti cheat or DRM explicitly bans Linux users.

CTemplar is shutting down on May 26th 2022
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