I'm starting to grow an unhealthy relationship with keyboards...
Now I'm strategically saying that I want an other one for Christmas. That way my girlfriend can't complain that I already have several of them, if she buys one. If she doesn't, she can't say that I never come up with something that I would like to have.
"Hearthstone pro banned [by Blizzard] after calling for Hong Kong liberation during stream"
I deleted my Facebook-account years ago, but my latest job (not tech related) uses Facebook for communication.
I created a new account, I have no photos of me there and I share nothing, no posts or anything.
A few days ago they suspended my account for no reason at all and required me to upload an ID of me. I ended up creating a new account days later.
Even though I have nothing of value there I have never felt so powerless. It made me appreciate the ethical fediverse even more.
Just read about PS2D, an EU directive, that will make it easier for third-parties to access your banking. I was a little bit disappointed when I found out you need a license from the national financial authority. It would be great if you could access your own data without a license, even though I understand the security implications, but read-only should be an option
Avsnitt 177: Mycket Cisco idag. https://www.bjoremanmelin.se/podcast/avsnitt-177-mycket-cisco-idag.html
If you're Swedish and like Linux, open source and friendly communities, I would highly suggest you checking out the newly started project https://linuxkompis.se.
We currently have a forum, Mastodon instance and an IRC-channel. :)
Tried to launch #sway and got this:
"Proprietary Nvidia drivers are NOT supported. Use Nouveau. To launch sway anyway, launch with --my-next-gpu-wont-be-nvidia and DO NOT report issues."
It must be one of the best error message I've seen.
#WireGuard is simply awesome. I've only used it through mullvad before, but today I created my own VPN between my servers and home network. Now that I've done this one time, it would just take a few minutes to repeat the process.
If you haven't tried WireGuard yet, give it a try
En lärare i Samhällskunskap och Historia som tycker om programmering och Linux / A teacher in Civics and History that likes programming and Linux
mastodon.acc.sunet.se is run by the Academic Computer Club at Umeå University located in Umeå, Sweden. ACC is actively involved in several open source projects and we provide mirrors for Debian, Ubuntu, Gnome and GIMP. We also host servers for the Gimpnet, Freenode, and OFTC IRC networks. You can read more about our projects and our servers on the ACC website.