Facebook: “There is no invasion of privacy at all, because there is no privacy.”
piping random scripts from the internet into bash is the worst way of installing things. imagine if there was an operating system where this was the main way of installing things, and people just googled the program name, clicked the first link, and ran an executable file with admin permissions. imagine that
Antergos was a good distro
but sadly it did carry a lot and i mean a lot of arch bugs with it that seemed to creep up extremely often
i will still miss it
but when dealing with a distro that breaks a lot it tends to require tons of time to keep going
the devs are bound to break down at some point
Hey, #Firefox-using friends—
If you lost access to your add-ons this past weekend and you tried some advice to set `xpinstall.signatures.required` to `false` in `about:config`, you should
1. install the latest update, and
2. flip that setting back to `true`.
It's important to have this setting on to help protect you against malicious extensions.
(Don't @ me about whether you personally need or want Mozilla to sign the extensions you use. Consider this toot may not be for you.)
I really wish there was a 'save post' function so I could come back to a thread later to see how the conversation has developed.
Currently I usually only ever see a post once, unless someone boosts it later.
Maybe I'm doing something wrong, please tell me if so, but I would like to just press a button on a post and have it saved in a private list (without notifying the poster).
Kinda (read: exactly) like reddit's save function.
IDK tho maybe that isn't how microblogging is supposed to work.
Oh, and as for the registrar I went with Gandi. Just in case anyone wanted to know.
I ended up getting .com because it's the de facto standard TLD.
They're all reasonably priced and don't conflict with what I will be hosting.
OK I've narrowed down to .com, .org, .net or .xyz.
I think to help me choose I'm going to limit myself to generic TLD's