Soullioness

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[–] Soullioness 1 points 2 months ago

The only streak that's EVER benefitted me was the one for my diary app (highly recommend Daylio) though I think if you didn't buy it before it's on a subscription model now... Like everything else. Don't pay a subscription for your diary!

[–] Soullioness 61 points 3 months ago (73 children)

I'm all for defederating Hexbear, but lemmy.ml is absolutely huge compared to Hexbear. To motivate the community to do that you'd need quite a bit of proof. Or at least something rather compelling. Do you have any proof of what you're referring to?

[–] Soullioness 32 points 3 months ago

Probably my wheelchair. It's a pretty nifty little chair that has quite a few unique features. Also I would need it to get there anyway. Otherwise maybe one of my drawings.

[–] Soullioness 3 points 10 months ago

That's exciting, I can't wait for that!

[–] Soullioness 7 points 10 months ago (1 children)

Click the folder icon above your keyboard.

[–] Soullioness 1 points 10 months ago

Nope, it's everyone unfortunately.

[–] Soullioness 9 points 10 months ago (2 children)

The developer has said that posting will come in next weeks update. Just be patient for a bit.

[–] Soullioness 9 points 10 months ago

Good job. ADHD can be a real struggle. 💜

[–] Soullioness 2 points 10 months ago (3 children)

You can also make this suggestion on the issue tracker. It helps the dev when people use the issue tracker.

You can find it here.

[–] Soullioness 4 points 10 months ago* (last edited 10 months ago)

Open the drawer, if using drawer navigation or the bottom bar if using bottom bar navigation and tap explore, then you'll see subscribed and local are options, you can tap the three dots next to each to make it the default.

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submitted 11 months ago* (last edited 11 months ago) by Soullioness to c/selfhosted
 

I'm currently running an instance on Ubuntu but I'm wondering if it can be moved to my windows computer?

 

I don't get it and I see weird bean posts all over.

 

I've created two 2 instances and am admin of both. I'd like to transfer my account across or at least federate with all my subscriptions. It would take me all day to find all those communities again.

 

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/684781

now i get this error when i attempt to access it. anyone know how to set it back?

404: FetchError: request to http://lemmy:8536/api/v3/site

and the command docker compose -p lemmy-easy-deploy logs -f yeilds a bunch of nonsense but this line stood out...

Error: LemmyError { message: Some("Cannot have both private instance and federation enabled."), inner: Cannot have both private instance and federation enabled., context: "SpanTrace" }

 

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/684781

now i get this error when i attempt to access it. anyone know how to set it back?

404: FetchError: request to http://lemmy:8536/api/v3/site

and the command docker compose -p lemmy-easy-deploy logs -f yeilds a bunch of nonsense but this line stood out...

Error: LemmyError { message: Some("Cannot have both private instance and federation enabled."), inner: Cannot have both private instance and federation enabled., context: "SpanTrace" }

 

now i get this error when i attempt to access it. anyone know how to set it back?

404: FetchError: request to http://lemmy:8536/api/v3/site

and the command docker compose -p lemmy-easy-deploy logs -f yeilds a bunch of nonsense but this line stood out...

Error: LemmyError { message: Some("Cannot have both private instance and federation enabled."), inner: Cannot have both private instance and federation enabled., context: "SpanTrace" }

 

I understand it's probably not ideal for a variety of reasons but I'm still very curious if it can be done.

 

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.world/post/557160

I'm using a Raspberry pi 3 and attempting to compile Lemmy. It's been frozen since about 10am eastern time. I'm hoping it'll finish overnight.

Do you have any experience running Lemmy on a pi? I'd love to hear your stories.

 

I'm using a Raspberry pi 3 and attempting to compile Lemmy. It's been frozen since about 10am eastern time. I'm hoping it'll finish overnight.

Do you have any experience running Lemmy on a pi? I'd love to hear your stories.

 

If I toggle it on and off it'll actually stay off for a day or two but it always comes back. I'm on a Galaxy S20 Android 13 I believe.

 

It's been sitting here frozen like this for a really long time, hours actually. I'm trying to install Lemmy on my raspberry pi. The terminal hasn't moved at all in hours, but the mouse will nudge a little after like a minute of lag. Is it frozen in a broken way? Or should I just try and leave it for the night?

 

I've been trying to setup a personal Lemmy instance for better control over federation, but I've run in to many error messages, most of I solved on my own but here's this one...

soullioness@raspberrypi:~ $ docker-compose up -d ERROR: yaml.constructor.ConstructorError: while constructing a mapping in "./docker-compose.yml", line 36, column 12 found unhashable key in "./docker-compose.yml", line 36, column 13

I can't for the life of me figure this out. I can't find any helpful info online either.

Edit: I'm using a raspberry pi 3 I'm sure there is more info I'm forgetting just let me know.

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