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here is a pic. why does this happen? i have kinda weird setup, i have a 20gb ssd partition with this layout and i used wine to install steam to my 20gb partition and then it gives an error and doesnt display text. submitted by /u/BaconClaw [link] [comments]

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Just curious. I don't really know how radio software works, but I know they can be programmed and whatnot. My dad is a HAM operator and I'm getting my license sometime. submitted by /u/LiberaAnarkiisma [link] [comments]

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I am teaching a class to inner-city youth and would like to demonstrate the merits of Linux. There are students who have heard of RPis and vaguely know Linux exists, but the majority are unaware of it. I'd like to expose them to advanced skills, projects, and demonstrations during our first class to inspire them. I have a limited amount of time during each class, so I am compiling a list of videos on a community page for them to watch. Would anyone here have suggestions of such videos that I could share with my group? submitted by /u/skinhairselfaddict [link] [comments]

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I used my army of raspis for the following things: VPN server Mpd server Samba server Apache server Kodi Pi-hole I'm really interested in what you guys do with your pi's. submitted by /u/Vitasmoderatum [link] [comments]

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Not sure if this is the right sub. The two in the sidebar don't seem to appropriate cause this isn't really a support question as much as it is a "give me recommendations on distros!" kinda thing, which is why I'm posting it here. If this is wrong please link me to a more appropriate sub. My situation: Tails would be perfect for what I'm trying to do because it runs entirely in RAM (no trace on harddrives), when you do tell it to save something persistently it encrypts that data, and it's TOR-only. With a 64GB USB drive I could feasibly have my Tails + its persistent storage on that drive resulting in a little "pocket linux". However... the device I'd want to use this system on only has 512MB of RAM (Toshiba AC100), meaning I can't use Tails (or if I did I'd need a pagefile, which kinda defeats the point). What I want to do is take some tiny Linux Distro that runs entirely in RAM (like TinyCore, Nanolinux, SliTaz, AUSTRUMI, etc...) and then frankenstein some extra security stuff onto it resulting in something sorta like Tails. (It's cool if it's not exactly as overkill-levels of safe as Tails, merely running in RAM takes care of most concerns.) In short, recommend me a distro that: Is as small as possible (and must run efficiently on a Toshiba AC100 -> 512MB RAM max) Can be configured to run entirely in RAM, never saving anything to disc unless explicitly told to. (Like Tails) When it does save data to disk, it encrypts this data well. (Like Tails) Can be configured to only access the internet through TOR/I2P/similar. (Like Tails) 2 is standard for many of the ultra-lightweight distros, and software for 3 seems to exist in some form for most distros. 4 is probably the hardest requirement, and 1 can scale pretty far down (not sure what the smallest modern distro even is, IIRC there's one that only around 1MB but I don't recall the name). TL;DR: Tfw shitty Toshiba AC100 not enough RAM for Tails -> Gimme a Distro that's Tails but smaller submitted by /u/The_Drider [link] [comments]

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Someone started a change.org petititon to Lenovo to enable Linux support in their BIOS on the Yoga laptops.. I don't think they are a native English speaker, but I went ahead and signed it anyway. A moderator on Lenovo Forums deleted the link and told people that "campaigning is not allowed", so here's the link. I don't know if it'll make a difference, but screw them. They were hoping this week's news would be all puff pieces about the new Yogas and now they have to deal with this instead. If everyone could share it on Facebook and Twitter after they sign it so their friends can do so too, that would be most appreciated. https://www.change.org/p/lenovo-demand-that-lenovo-provide-bios-update-to-enable-linux-installation submitted by /u/BaronHK [link] [comments]

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I've been trying to get the sources for packages to build an LFS distro but when I try to connect to ftp.gnu.org it doesn't let me connect to the server. Is anyone else experiencing the same issue? submitted by /u/iheartmanythings [link] [comments]

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Leah Rowe = drama queen. Pretending there is consensus among Libreboot developers with the word "we" and abusing the project website. Here's a letter from another Libreboot developer discussing what's really going on. In my opinion, it's ridiculous to accuse the FSF or Richard Stallman of being biased against transgender people. He even issued a statement which said in part that the FSF employee that was let go was "the same gender when we hired her". As is typical with SJWs and SJW crap, Leah Rowe wouldn't name the employee who was let go so people wouldn't harass her, but then immediately released the names of two people who allegedly harassed her, so that people would abuse THEM, even though it's not clear if they did anything wrong. Looking into it, I found that the two people in question are extremely liberal. One of them even calls himself a "Communist Vegan" and is a supporter of amnesty for people who are in the United States illegally. There is another Reddit post about Richard Stallman not wanting to let Libreboot go. Well, it is "Free Software", and Libreboot itself is a fork of Coreboot, so the FSF and the developers who are disgusted with Leah Rowe's behavior can fork Libreboot and keep working on it, and watch Leah Rowe either let the project rot or become a mirror of the FSF's version. In fact, if it gets rid of Rowe, a troll (SJWs are trolls and vicious people. Don't let them fool you with their crybullying.), I'm all for it. Anyway, here's the letter from Libreboot developer Damien Zammit. http://zammit.org/libreboot-screwup.html As one of the main "contributors" to the Libreboot project, I was contracted to work on two chipsets by Minifree. Given the recent kerfuffle, and in spite of my vested interest in wanting to continue being paid to continue this important work, I find it necessary to spell out a couple of facts I find important about the libreboot project and the libreboot community: 1) I have recently noticed that Leah Rowe is the only person who has git commit access to the website, libreboot.org, and also the only person who has git commit access to the codebase, which has only become a problem recently. 2) The codebase is a deblobbed coreboot repository, with patches from libreboot contributors (but committed by Leah), and a bunch of install scripts for ease of use. 3) We (the contributors) are not consulted about any of the views expressed on the libreboot.org website when they are hastily published by Leah. So, whenever you read "We believe...." or "We say that..." on the lists and websites, Leah has ultimate control of the libreboot project currently. It is clear that this person has been misusing control of the project to spew out irrelevant personal opinions on behalf of the "libreboot community", a singleton group of people consisting of ... yes you guessed it, Leah Rowe. I am embarrassed by Leah's unprofessionalism, and the handful of us (who are too time-poor to maintain libreboot) a.k.a the actual libreboot community, will agree with me when I say that Leah has behaved highly inappropriately with regard to leading the libreboot project by: - mixing personal views with the administration of the project on behalf of others, - misrepresenting personal views to be the views of a whole community as demonstrated by countless references to "We" and Phoronix' post regarding "their statement" (apparently libreboot's) ("We" never made any such statement(s), but Leah did.) - censoring the IRC channel like a child when comments are made that are disagreed with - posting irrelevant personal views on the project website. -- Damien Zammit (CC BY-ND) submitted by /u/BaronHK [link] [comments]

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