So WordPress will be automatically blocking google's browser tracking from version 5.8
Assuming people are good about updating, that will be a huge chunk of websites blocking it.
Google warned me that my Goodreads password was weak, so I changed it to a strong one.
The strong password worked on the website but not the Android app, so I changed my password to a weaker password, and now it works everywhere.
Considering that Goodreads is owned by a trillion dollar company, I would expect the authentication process to be subject to automated testing.
But maybe not! Maybe an intern was like, "I tried my password and it worked."
This weekend ended up being pretty monumental. I reset my router and set up my entire network again. I migrated my LXD containers onto the NUC and installed all my drives in the new desktop. My plan is to use all kata containers since Clear Linux doesn't support LXD. Then I'll retire the NUC.
I finished the #Yeoyu (Korean) series of books. I thought the Japanese translations were better, in general.
I also ordered a couple books: one translation from the Thai, and another one by an American.
@Angle I just re-read this and now I'm not sure my first answer makes any sense. At first I thought you had two computers you wanted to connect together and ssh from one to the other.
But if the one computer is already connected to the internet - and I imagine it's via a local network, because anything else would be unusual - then I would just add the second machine to the local network as well.
@Angle Alpine supports 32 bit, and uses musl C and busybox. Package manager is easy to use, openrc init system, all around pretty nice!
@MutoShack my coworker draws floor plans on grid paper. If it were me I'd probably spend 6 years researching software applications before even thinking about what I wanted to draw 😳
I love that he's like this, focused on the outcome, not worrying about the process.
That said, coming off of a week with no internet access at home, I definitely feel like it was more disruptive than helpful.
@Angle it should be easy
If it were me I'd set a static ip address on each machine in the same subnet.
Modern network cards should auto negotiate being plugged into each other, but if it's old hardware, you would either need to plug both machines into the same switch, or use a null modem cable, either Ethernet or serial should work.
I'm curious what the situation is that you want to do this 😋
@Gargron it should, but in reality I like using the software volume buttons on my remote 😳
Now we just need a standard for Android that passes the volume changes to a potentiometer 😋
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