@iah Maybe Seafile? Never tried it, but have seen quite a few recommend it
@selea the only time I make use of health care in Sweden and get a little bit nervous about my wallet. I hope Karius and Baktus have stayed away
@hund Samsung galaxy s2
@linuxjournal as a teacher - I'm moving to Germany!
@hund jag kan det någorlunda bra och hjälper mer än gärna :)
@hund jag får göra det, dyker upp imorgon. Då har jag lite att pilla med. Både välja IRC-klient och sätta upp en bouncer igen :)
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. :)
@hund Hojta till om du vill ha hjälp :)
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.
@ashwinvis Maybe you can look at the POSIX standard
The documentation for PERL might also be useful
When I write regex I just go with trial and error :)
@ashwinvis No I would say it's more like an alternative to OpenVPN. But you could use it to relay traffic through multiple devices. The selling points for me are that it's seems to be both easier and faster than OpenVPN. But I haven't tried setting up a OpenVPN by myself, just used some VPN services.
It will likely be a part of the Linux kernel in the future. I hope so, and that Android includes it. Than you would have an VPN that drains less battery and can roam between networks.
#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
@ashwinvis what is keeping you from just using i3?
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.