node.example.com is an IP address.
Reilly Tucker Siemens
A Special Kind of Hell - intmax_t in C and C++
C and C++ as languages have a few things separating them from each other, mostly in their minute details and, occasionally, larger feature sets like designated initializers. But there is a disturbingly high amount of C++ that can simply do C’s job far better than C
Hej @selea ,
I just read your post about the future of linux.pizza, and I'm sad to hear, that some services will disappear. But I completely understand why you are doing this, and I think it's the right step.
Tack för allt och lycka till!
Hej! Mitt namn är inte Gunter och jag lyssnar inte på gabber musik. Tysk från hamburg. Jag känner bara till tre ord på svenska. Förlåt! #introduction
Immer wieder faszinierend, in welch hinrerweichenden Bereichen Computer arbeiten:
Please consider writing your hashtags in upper camelcase so screen readers have a chance at figuring them out.
#whyistayonmastodon sounds like an giant undecipherable mess of sounds.
#WhyIStayOnMastodon reads out "Why I Stay On Mastodon" 😄
(Reason #44 I stay here: my previous requests like this have been generally well-received, proving that most people are awesome.)
Srsly #github?. Who ffs thought it would be a good idea to change an images aspect ratio just to get it on the screen?
I can absolutely confirm this. Lubuntu brings all niceties of a full fledged, qt/KDE based desktop environment, and has great out if the box support for different window managers like awesomewm
fun with linux
I have the Zoom client installed on my computer (the only things I use it for don't need encryption). And every time I leave the computer for any length of time, when I come back, the Zoom client has started on its own.
It's not a specific interval. It's not a specific time. It just seems to be any time I'm away from the computer for more than 15 minutes; when I wake the computer back up, Zoom's sitting there, waiting.
I check running daemons, I poke at background tasks - nothing.
Finally, it occurs to me: "when I wake the computer up". So on a hunch, I check xscreensaver - which has an oooold screensaver called "zoom". I don't have that screensaver installed, but it's listed in the possible screensavers, so xscreensaver checks for it - and it doesn't just check the screensavers directory, it checks $PATH too.
I remove the "zoom" line from ~/.xscreensaver - and the problem goes away.
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