submitted 2 hours ago by gecloslatitude to c/[email protected]
submitted 6 hours ago* (last edited 6 hours ago) by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

I want to do this kind of transfer.

host/client A:
          - file a
          - file b
          - file c
          - file d [host B][download]

host/client B:
          - file a[ host A] [download]
          - file b[ host A] [download]
          - file c[ host A] [download]
          - file d 

Also, I am not looking for syncthing, I need something which syncs meta data(not sure if this is the right word) not the actual files., and option to download individually or as per selection and run in background like KDE CONNECT.

submitted 10 hours ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

cross-posted from: https://programming.dev/post/13156830


Archlinux: yay -S lunas

i made a versatile syncing cli program, lunas, that's capable of syncing local to local, local to remote, remote to local and remote to remote at the same time with many input directories, with their file attributes if enabled and more. It syncs both ways but it has src/dest options that can be assigned to individual input directories

it runs locally, unless remote syncing is used then it runs peer-to-peer using libssh/sftp

It can do sync removal between different input directories, meaning if u want to remove a file/directory that you don't want to sync back to other directories, you can "lunas -rm file" for local or "lunas -rrm user@ip:/path/to/dir" for remote and then use the option "-cr Y" while syncing to remove it from every other directories, or simply don't use this option and it should be ignored without removal, or "-cr S" and it should be synced back to the directory it was removed from, IF it was found in one of the other directories

it has an optional config file for defining presets for easier syncing instead of writing them each time in the cli

there are more options to it which can be found in the --help or in the man page for more details

a simple usage of lunas can be like this

lunas -p dir1 -p dir2 --dry-run

lunas -s dir1 -d dir2 -d dir3 -rd user@ip:dir4

lunas -r user@ip:dir1 -d dir2 -dr

lunas -rs user@ip:dir1 -d dir2 -cr Y

lunas -rd user@ip:dir1 -s dir2

lunas -p dir1 -p dir2 -p dir3 -p user@ip:dir4 -p user@ip:dir5

p: local path r: remote path , both of them are source and destination

s: source local path d: destination local path

rs: source remote path rd: destination remote path

-dr/--dry-run: outputs what would be synced without actually syncing them

-cr/--confirm-remove Y: confirms the sync removal as explained previously

submitted 13 hours ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

I've tried installing it about a dozen times over the past year, but it always gives an "unable to get image" error. So I'm wondering if there's an alternative that does everything paperless does...but lets me use it

submitted 17 hours ago* (last edited 17 hours ago) by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

I deleted nova launcher from my device after seeing this: https://lemmy.ca/post/19914345

Can anybody recommend alternatives?

submitted 15 hours ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Looking for a music player that will do a good job of loading album art. It all looks great in PlayerPro, but I tried Auxio and Aplayer but they didn't do a great job of pulling in the album art. Tracks were also incorrectly lumped together with mixed albums/artists.

Any recommendations?

submitted 1 day ago by verity_kindle to c/[email protected]

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/14642231

cross-posted from: https://real.lemmy.fan/post/2770288

They need help scanning twenty more pallets of stuff.

submitted 1 day ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.kde.social/post/1171992

In this video, we talk to Aiśwarya Kaitheri Kandoth (Aish) who tells us about the growth of free software in Kerala, India, and of her role in the take-up and evolution of GCompris in schools there.

submitted 1 day ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Sustainable open source will stay a dream

submitted 1 day ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]
submitted 1 day ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Hey all, I'm trying to be a little more economical and reduce the amount of food I waste, and was wondering if there were any open-source apps that can track the best-before dates of the foods I buy so I can improve my meal-planning.

I saw that there's Best-Before on F-Droid, but the last release was in July 2022, and I was curious if there was something more actively maintained.

submitted 2 days ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Due to people complaining last time I posted about this: GNU Taler is a privacy preserving payment system, but not a crypto-currency.

submitted 2 days ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]
HeliBoard Green Dot (lemmy.world)
submitted 1 day ago by AnonUser to c/[email protected]

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/14610678

I just noticed that my HeliBoard icon in the list of apps has a green dot to the left of the name below the icon itself. I have no idea what it means -- it seems to be different form the privacy green dot you may get in the top notification area.

Also, I've noticed that when I type, not only do some things get underlined in red (I think it's for misspelling), but also in blue. Any idea what that means?

Thank you

submitted 2 days ago* (last edited 2 days ago) by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

The projects they want to make safer includes Linux, curl, sudo, among others.

Just found it and I think this will be interesting for this community.

submitted 3 days ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]
submitted 4 days ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Peer-to-peer file transfers in your browser Cooked up by Alex Kern & Neeraj Baid while eating Sliver @ UC Berkeley.

Using WebRTC, FilePizza eliminates the initial upload step required by other web-based file sharing services. When senders initialize a transfer, they receive a "tempalink" they can distribute to recipients. Upon visiting this link, recipients' browsers connect directly to the sender’s browser and may begin downloading the selected file. Because data is never stored in an intermediary server, the transfer is fast, private, and secure. (Your PC must be online while the recipient download the file(s), if you shutdown the PC or goes offline, the download also stops)

You can selfhost it or use the official instance


submitted 3 days ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Just wondering which library or technology does standard notes use for the spreadsheet feature.

Is something they developed by themself or is it something being reused from another repository.

Just curiosity because it works so well and wanted to see how have they implemented it.

submitted 3 days ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

With the release of Unicode 16.0 this September, I may finally be able to use my own language's script. But I am not sure if OSes will directly support the latest version of Unicode immediately. How long should I expect these changes to be available on my local OS?

With that being said, I would like to work on creating my own font, maybe also migrate a few corpuses from the wrong script to the original, new one, as well as work on transliteration.

All of this is impossible for a single person - but I would like to take it slowly. What would be a good place to start? Do I need to keep anything else in mind while starting on this journey?

submitted 4 days ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Is there a database of sorts for these things? It seems like there should be.

submitted 4 days ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Hey folks,

do you know of a heir to the infamous bibliogram-project or another privacy-frontend for Instagram?

submitted 5 days ago by 0nekoneko7 to c/[email protected]

Open Source maintainers and developers have been warned about the continued wave of attacks aimed at project maintainers similar to those recently targeting the Linux xz data compression library, XZ Utils [linuxsecurity.com].

submitted 4 days ago* (last edited 4 days ago) by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Curious about both android and iOS because I want to know what to recommend to friends. I'm asking about Google Drive because that's what is simplest for my peers right now.

With Facebook adding AI directly into messenger, I have some people wanting to switch to Signal. However I'm not confident in my process for backups.

Right now I'm using FolderSync which is working well. The problem is deletion, where the deleted file sticks around in the trash for 30 days, eating up storage space until I manually delete it. Since the Signal backups can get quite large, the trashed backups are enough to put me over the limit.

I didn't try WhatsApp that long, but it had a built-in feature to backup to Google Drive. I don't need that level of simplicity, but something close would be nice.

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

Hi open source community!

This is a follow up to a previous post where I got a lot of really good feedback on this resume template. I've made some changes to the template that takes much of the feedback into account and I also added some new features that should make the template more useable for a wide variety of people.

If you have any further feedback please feel free to share!

To use this template on the typst web app, see here: https://typst.app/universe/package/modern-cv

Some screenshots of what the template looks like/can produce.

submitted 6 days ago* (last edited 6 days ago) by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

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