$ ffmpeg -i ... -metadata album=$SET_ALBUM -metadata encoded_by=$REMOVE_ENCODER ...
Perfect presentation on when you hate the thing you worked on for so long: "The real story behind Wayland and X" :-) : https://youtu.be/GWQh_DmDLKQ
I'm probably the only one, but I'd love a "mute all bots" button. Only a few of them are somewhat fun, but I could easily live even without those.
I've hidden botsin.space and newsbots.eu, and am now slowly disposing of all remaining bots. My mute list is 99 % bots at the moment; either I'm lucky, or the Fediverse is a wonderful place with barely any awful people.
Yep, I'm racist towards bots. Mean, eh? Don't worry, I'll be nicer to sentient AIs, if the Fediverse ever gets any. :P
These are hardware kill switches.
Not a webcam cover. Not software disabled Wi-Fi. Kill switch.
Laptops should have these.
"Battle testing data integrity verification with ZFS, Btrfs and mdadm+dm-integrity" along with clarifying some myths: http://www.unixsheikh.com/articles/battle-testing-data-integrity-verification-with-zfs-btrfs-and-mdadm-dm-integrity.html
At least I no longer feel weird/scared for having chosen btrfs+raid5 for my "NAS" storage few years ago.
> War is peace, freedom is slavery, serverless is actually servers.
Today I've spent about 7 hours of my life trying to debug an iptables/firewall/VPN issue.
Whatever I tried, it just didn't work.
...and then after hours of painful debugging, wiresharking and TCP dumping I realized I'm on a system with several GB/s of throughput and someone was clever enough to skip conn-tracking on the raw packet level for performance reasons.
Lesson of the day: There is always one more lesson to learn. 😆
This is a proper way to end a Linux distro, IMO. They aren't leaving their users high and dry, and they provide a clear transition. Plus they are up front about why they are doing it.
Sucks though. As Antergos is probably the only Linux distro that had a ZFS option in the installer itself. (at least Ubuntu will carry on that legacy soon)
TIL: #bash provides pseudo devices for TCP and UDP connections:
echo "hello" > /dev/udp/127.0.0.1/1337
echo -e "GET / HTTP/1.0\n" >&5
I'm baffled how I've never discovered that until today.
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