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[-] [email protected] 10 points 1 week ago

And yet in the same breath we often point out that prison time doesn't rehabilitate (think petty crime). I think realistic fines to individuals AND companies that are more than "cost of doing business," as well as blacklisting the (undoubtedly several) individals responsible from being able to hold that level of power in an industry, not just the company, then there may be a reasonable deterrent, and it won't be a languishing burden on tax payers to put these guys up in dressed up 4 star hotels.

[-] [email protected] 12 points 2 weeks ago

Sad grand canyon noises

[-] [email protected] 4 points 2 weeks ago

It may also end up using their account for other tasks like backups, and what if I forget that super strong password I made 5+years ago and Sony decides I can't get that account back.

I had a PS3 with accounts I wanted to come back to, and without Sony's approval they can just lock you out, even if you have the old email it was linked to, along with some transaction information. Locked out of games I paid for. We've seen plenty of hostility towards this practice from publishers, but Sony is big enough they can skate by.

[-] [email protected] 2 points 3 weeks ago

Sounds like brunch to me

[-] [email protected] 4 points 1 month ago

And I miss it so hard

[-] [email protected] 7 points 1 month ago

Head of the site: KDE is a Desktop. Right below that it has section displays for Launcher, Notification Tray, etc. Willfull ignorance is the fault of the user, not the site.

[-] [email protected] 2 points 1 month ago

Why limit it? If you're actively making money, or you are a licensed business attempting to do so, people actively helping you build business deserve to be compensated. If a developer just happened to live in your area and said "I could make your business better by making this thing for you," would they be worth hiring? What's the saying, socialize the resources, privatize the profits? Size << Intent

[-] [email protected] 5 points 1 month ago

I mean this is already a thing to certain degrees right? Virtualization platforms I use both are free for personal use, but not business use, or at least certain feature package use isn't permitted. What's the difference? Putting the software under a different license/eula?

[-] [email protected] 21 points 1 month ago

They are usually responsible for planning, generating, and running regular project team meetings. So they get people together but sometimes have done no work since the last meeting they held, so when someone has a reasonable issue that doesn't meet with the pre done schedule 5 years ago when the project was first instigated, they have super Pikachu face and get mad at the actual doers because they don't get to just report "on schedule" to their bosses. They could be called the landlords ofthe project based on the sentiment of the greater Lemmy community.

[-] [email protected] 2 points 1 month ago

Yeah, trying a Snapper restore since I'm out of things I know to look at, but that appears to be the next step. Thanks for the info on the Nvidia settings, is that in some config file?

[-] [email protected] 1 points 1 month ago

I have really been struggling to get proton to work in OpenSUSE, despite ProtonDB having only positive experience with the games I've attenpted. Running Tumbleweed X11 KDE with an 30 series Nvidia GPU. And in trying to fix them I seem to have broken my display drivers altogether. Plenty of system restarts, but all this happened without going into windows for a month. And that's why I dual boot 😢

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Looking to build my first server out, trying to figure out if there is a "better" platform for my needs. Right now I'm just planning a mix of machines and containers in Proxmox for running a NAS and Plex server, router of some sort (also, any preferences on wireless access points?), a pihole if that's not just as easily done in whatever router OS I decide on, VPN, and 3-5 various machines/containers going in and out of service as I find what my needs else I want to play with and host continuously..

Basically just looking for bang for the buck CPU/chipsets people are getting for this use case. Any advantages of AMD vs Intel in mid-consumer level options? Is getting something similar with more efficiency cores worth worrying about in a hypervisor use case?

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

Looking to build my first server out, trying to figure out if there is a "better" platform for my needs. Right now I'm just planning a mix of machines and containers in Proxmox for running a NAS and Plex server, router of some sort (also, any preferences on wireless access points?), a pihole if that's not just as easily done in whatever router OS I decide on, VPN, and 3-5 various machines/containers going in and out of service as I find what my needs else I want to play with and host continuously..

Basically just looking for bang for the buck CPU/chipsets people are getting for this use case. Any advantages of AMD vs Intel in mid-consumer level options? Is getting something similar with more efficiency cores worth worrying about in a hypervisor use case?

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

Looking to build my first server out, trying to figure out if there is a "better" platform for my needs. Right now I'm just planning a mix of machines and containers in Proxmox for running a NAS and Plex server, router of some sort (also, any preferences on wireless access points?), a pihole if that's not just as easily done in whatever router OS I decide on, VPN, and 3-5 various machines/containers going in and out of service as I find what my needs else I want to play with and host continuously..

Basically just looking for bang for the buck CPU/chipsets people are getting for this use case. Any advantages of AMD vs Intel in mid-consumer level options? Is getting something similar with more efficiency cores worth worrying about in a hypervisor use case?

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submitted 11 months ago by [email protected] to c/[email protected]

Ikki68 Camp and Megalodon DOIO Macropad with lubed Banana Milk switches. I'm not a lefty but support moving numpads and nav clusters away from the mouse. Took about 2 weeks to get used to it, and I keep a numpads layer in the Ikki for when I take it away from my main setup.

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