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Cake day: Jan 14, 2021


Fair, that’s your opinion. You won’t see me praising any political opinion though, so I really don’t consider myself an extremist but whatever.

This is not my definition, extreme means what it means, it’s right at the edge.

The ideology of facism is very much about that.

That’s true, but how do opposing ideologies deal with it? I see the exact same hate that the worst bigots express, so both are extremists for sure, and an extreme is never good by definition.

I guess I worded my sentence weirdly. If you get along with other people with a different mindset, then you’re definitely not an extremist. What I criticize is extremism, not necessarily every ideology. The problem is when it becomes an extreme, that makes you hate others, etc.

All extremists act the same way. They shelter themselves in a few strong beliefs, and hate whatever is different, different opinions, etc. Look at the nazis, fascists, communists, anarchists, this is all the same. This is why politics suck, because it’s basically a mean for people to be divided, make clans and hate each other.

Here are some results from my Pinebook Pro, with compsize:

compsize -x /
Processed 158309 files, 103091 regular extents (114530 refs), 72799 inline.
Type       Perc     Disk Usage   Uncompressed Referenced  
TOTAL       57%      3.2G         5.6G         7.0G       
none       100%      2.0G         2.0G         2.4G       
zstd        33%      1.2G         3.5G         4.5G
compsize -x /home
Processed 7203 files, 15051 regular extents (22906 refs), 1738 inline.
Type       Perc     Disk Usage   Uncompressed Referenced  
TOTAL       99%       28G          29G          29G       
none       100%       28G          28G          28G       
zstd        30%       99M         330M         363M       
prealloc   100%      4.0M         4.0M          34M

Where there is easily-compressible data (/), the gains are definitely here. I’ve even reached as low as 49% on my main machine, also with ZSTD set to 3.

However, where the data is not so easily compressible like /home, where I mostly have music and games, the compression is almost non existent.

I haven’t measured it, but I’m pretty sure there is a performance improvement even on the Pinebook Pro’s weak CPU. Reading 100MB of data and uncompressing it is faster than having to read 200MB directly, especially on very weak/slow disks.

Since enabling compression (which isn’t on by default), I definitely noticed an improvement in general responsiveness. Should you ever want to give it another try, set it up during the install and you should be fine.

I’ve been using it for many years now, can’t complain. With compression enabled it can be just as fast as with ext4, at least for “desktop” usage.

It’s honestly amazing. Snapshots make it almost unbreakable, and you’re still living on the bleeding edge if you’re using Tumbleweed. This setup is perfectly usable on other distros too, but with openSUSE you get it by default, which for me is really nice.

And the chameleon is adorable too :)

Privacy Badger, uBlock Origin, Dark Reader, and Firefox Relay. I used to have HTTPS everywhere, but now Firefox has an integrated option to do the same.

I can understand that they’re sold for such a long time, these things are real beasts.

I have an old Archer C7 v2, which has been running OpenWrt for probably around 10 years now. It’s just perfect for me, and still up to date thanks to this project !

Exactly this, I think I’ve heard it being called something like “economical freedom”, and this is absolutely the best thing.

The logic was to trigger people, which will obviously work as soon as you give trolls any kind of time/attention.

Thanks, now the images can be pulled. However I get an error with the lemmy_lemmy-ui_1 container:

note: run with `RUST_BACKTRACE=1` environment variable to display a backtrace
thread 'main' panicked at 'Failed to load settings file: LemmyError { inner: No such file or directory (os error 2) }', crates/utils/src/settings/mod.rs:12:34

The other containers don’t show any error, but the website doesn’t load. Should I open a bug on github?

It’s giving the following error on ARM64:

Pulling lemmy (dessalines/lemmy:0.12.1)...
0.12.1: Pulling from dessalines/lemmy
ERROR: no matching manifest for linux/arm64/v8 in the manifest list entries

Should I just wait for it to be built?

This is a docker install, yes, with docker-compose. Thanks for help anyway, much appreciated :)

I have a firewall, but it isn’t blocking outgoing traffic. The Lemmy logs show nothing weird and so does firewalld.

Sure, this is what I added:

  federation: {
    enabled: true
    tls_enabled: true
    # allowed_instances: lemmy.ml,other_instance.tld,... uncomment this to use an allowlist

It’s at lemmy.jdelcampo.eu. It’s already in your allowlist I think, however I’ve tried to put different kinds of links in the search bar (instances, posts, comments, users) but nothing returns anything yet.