[-] eager_eagle 24 points 1 day ago

And that's also a lot for an app that doesn't have that many binary assets like images or videos. I do wonder what makes up most of these sizes. I see other apps that are arguably more complicated - like AntennaPod - using under 40MB; So I guess it has to do with actual native apps vs cross platform ones.

[-] eager_eagle 0 points 1 day ago

just do wireless charging

[-] eager_eagle 21 points 1 day ago

damn 1 phone call a minute? Are they running an election or something?

[-] eager_eagle 3 points 2 days ago

but I do like to think if someone drops a slice of bread in the US at the same time of someone in Australia humanity makes an Earth Sandwich

[-] eager_eagle 50 points 2 days ago

copying from another comment

Betteridge's law of headlines is an adage that states: "Any headline that ends in a question mark can be answered by the word no." It is based on the assumption that if the publishers were confident that the answer was yes, they would have presented it as an assertion; by presenting it as a question, they are not accountable for whether it is correct or not. The adage does not apply to questions that are more open-ended than strict yes–no questions.

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if I made a k8s cluster with all the options I could have a fruit salad

[-] eager_eagle 184 points 2 days ago

The emails appeared to show Musk acknowledging the need for the company to make large sums of money to fund the computing resources needed to power its AI ambitions, which stood in contrast to the claims in his lawsuit that OpenAI was wrongly pursuing profit.

[-] eager_eagle 25 points 2 days ago

Doing that with GNU or WINE will use your entire memory

[-] eager_eagle 5 points 2 days ago

smoking bare feet comatose pets prohibited in building

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[-] eager_eagle 38 points 3 days ago

"and it just works"

has he even used an llm before?

[-] eager_eagle 44 points 3 days ago



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I've just upgraded to Plasma 6 on EndeavourOS and X11 works, but booting on Wayland via SDDM gives me a blank screen. The display enters power saving mode and switching to a TTY doesn't wake it up.

Anyone else having this problem, or with a workaround suggestion?

NVIDIA Driver 550.54.14-4
Operating System: EndeavourOS 
KDE Plasma Version: 6.0.1
KDE Frameworks Version: 6.0.0
Qt Version: 6.6.2
Kernel Version: 6.7.8-arch1-1 (64-bit)
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Uplay games on Linux (self.linux_gaming)
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I'd like to try the new Assassin's Creed and Avatar, but they're not on Steam - which is how I play almost every other game on Linux. I know I might be able to install Uplay games using Lutris, but I'm not sure if the experience is as smooth as Steam + Proton.

Do you have any experience with Ubisoft + Lutris? Is there an equivalent to ProtonDB to have an idea how well a game runs?

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