If I'm lucky I may just get my #Drupal website updated to version 8 just in time for this week's Drupal 9 release.
Was testing Nextcloud on a local Ubuntu server, want to move away from proprietary cloud storage. Wanted to set up shared folders to share photos with my wife, and apparently you need a 'group folders' app to do this. Tried to download in web UI, wouldn't download. Then tried manually installing via tar.gz. Extracted archive, and it broke the entire Nextcloud instance. Even once I removed the app NC was still broken. I promptly nuked the entire instance and gave up. Not ready for prime time.
I ended up going for a kit in the rapsberry pi 3b+ with Allo Boss DAC - the BossPlayer 1.2. It was pretty easy to set up, running Volumio. easily added network share from my Ubuntu server. This thing sounds pretty awesome hooked up to my tube amp stereo system!
Thanks everyone for the suggestions. I think I'm even more confused now though.. ;(
Anyone have some tips for a first-time project using #raspberrypi ? Looking at using it for a audio streamer.
Theresa May’s Trumpian statement was reminiscent of a sovereign dictator
As if I needed another reason to get rid of #facebook - millions of user passwords stored in plain text: https://krebsonsecurity.com/2019/03/facebook-stored-hundreds-of-millions-of-user-passwords-in-plain-text-for-years/
Cross-post from Twitter
correction, twitter is @email@example.com, somehow that got converted to a fosstodon address when posting there.
Just discovered this service to cross-post between Mastodon and Twitter: https://crossposter.masto.donte.com.br/
testing it out with this post (toot? tweet?). Anyways I'm @peter_hebert on twitter and firstname.lastname@example.org on Mastodon. Peace.
Can anyone recommend a #peertube instance that would be appropriate for posting developer focused videos? I’m thinking conference / meetup sessions, tutorials, etc.
Proprietary CMS ExpressionEngine sees the light and goes open source https://expressionengine.com/blog/entry/expressionengine-is-now-free
The next Ubuntu release is a real party animal #discodingo https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2018/10/ubuntu-19-04-name-revealed
I had to boot into recovery mode, drop to root prompt in order to edit grub config
Upgraded to Ubuntu 18.10 to take advantage of performance improvements in GNOME 3.30, it disabled my proprietary Nvidia driver in the process, and I rebooted to a black screen. Took me several hours to get it working again. Adding ‘nomodeset’ to my grub config got xorg working in lo res mode, then was able to reinstall nvidia driver. Thought I would share in case anybody else runs into a similar issue.
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FOSS: passive consumerism kills our community https://carlchenet.com/foss-passive-consumerism-kills-our-community/