If you missed this discussion on "why sucks", I strongly recommend it. They talk about:

* how hard it is to ship for Linux
* updates breaking userspace
* difficulty of using distros' libraries
* static/dynamic linking
* fragmentation of the community, too many
* many other points...

It would be nice for the community if Linux content creators could help to steer these debates.

libredd.it/r/programming/comme

I gave up on the idea of cross-compiling apps to the and decided to just go nuts and install the whole toolchain on the PP directly.

My password manager for the terminal compiled successfully, now I just need to fix a bug: copying to the clipboard is not working. I have to figure out how the clipboard works on .

github.com/yds12/guarakapa

Hi @levi,

It is cool, I didn't know the browser could change the colors for the B&W images.

Good point about lazy loading. But aren't they dithered for you? I checked one of the images at the bottom and it was just 20KB.

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In vim:

From COMMAND mode, to “open a terminal” type term

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@bstacey > can't figure out how to close an app in once I've opened it
you can click on the arrow on the bottom of the screen to open the apps view, then you swipe up

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Shameless self-plug
wl-screenshot is now available in the unstable @mobian repo and gives you that screenshot app on the that you always wanted 📸 .

@mobian just did it and can confirm: vi is usable in a phone.

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@frostygoth not specific to RHEL, but I have been reading the book The Linux Programming Interface and it really helped me to understand Linux more in depth. It might be worth a look. It's quite huge but you can read the chapters out of order as needed.

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