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Linux not in meme (sh.itjust.works)
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AV1 Race (reddthat.com)
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Kyle uses arch btw (lemmy.world)
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Gentoo users be like (sh.itjust.works)
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write: fstab: no space left on device

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I consent! (media.kbin.social)
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Cool Plasmoids on Plasma6:

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Old XKCD, still relevant (lemmy.dbzer0.com)
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Was trying to extract a totally legit copy of Skate 3 I downloaded today to play on my Steam Deck

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submitted 1 week ago by [email protected] to c/linuxmemes

The last two upgrades have broken my audio setup.

First the options for Network Server and Network Access in paprefs were greyed out and my sinks disappeared after upgrading to bookworm. I just had to create a link to an existing file and it was working again but, it's weird that it was needed in the first place. Pretty sure it has something to do with the change from pulseaudio to pipewire but I'm not very up to date on that subject and I just want to have my current setup to continue working.

Then yesterday I just launch a simple apt-get upgrade and after rebooting my sinks disappeared again. The network options in paprefs were still available, but changing them did nothing. I had to create the file ~/.config/pipewire/pipewire-pulse.conf.d/10-gsettings.conf and stuff it with "pulse.cmd = [ { cmd = "load-module" args = "module-gsettings" flags = [ "nofail" ] } ]" in order to have my sinks back.

I know it's not only a Debian thing, as I can see this happening to people on Arch forums, but as Debian is supposed to be the "stable" one, I find it amusing that a simple upgrade can break your sound.

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Terminal > Windows Registry.

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getsockname() (lemmy.world)
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Instead of delivering a nice funny image, just scroll through this issue.

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Reality check (programming.dev)
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It was worth a try (self.linuxmemes)
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The product of a chat with @[email protected]

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