[-] warmaster 1 points 35 minutes ago

Uh, the Path pinta copado! Gracias!

[-] warmaster 2 points 4 hours ago

Muchas gracias por compartir ! Voy a chusmear.

[-] warmaster 14 points 1 day ago

They are doing this in order to enable Chrome OS UI/UX on Android's incoming desktop mode when video out is enabled.

[-] warmaster 2 points 1 day ago

Yes, devs work on Linux. Now, since the Deck, people (2%) are starting to game on Linux. The next battlefields are the desktop and the living room. The latter could be solved by a Deck 2 (and a new dock) with E-GPU support. That is trickier, there needs to happen a lot of things, and is much more complex.

[-] warmaster 2 points 1 day ago

People thought the same about portable, yet they did things for it to happen. If a company as inluential as Valve does the same for desktop, it could become a thing. I don't mean dominate, I mean like a noteworthy event, just like the Deck.

[-] warmaster 10 points 2 days ago

If they actually do get it, I'm upgrading.

[-] warmaster 4 points 2 days ago

Hi, this looks amazing, I'll try it ! How is Pocketbase? What are your thoughts working with it?

Also, have you thought about federating trails? It would be amazing we could build a decentralized alternative to the big corps.

[-] warmaster 11 points 3 days ago* (last edited 3 days ago)

They are risking Linux becoming an actual thing in the portable, desktop & living room spaces.

[-] warmaster 5 points 3 days ago

Yeah, I was thinking RISCV. There's no thing such as libre ARM. Unless he was talking about Libre-friendly which could mean a proprietary SOC company submitting driver code to the kernel.

[-] warmaster 5 points 3 days ago

You mean Libre ARM or Libre-friendly ARM?

[-] warmaster 3 points 3 days ago

Holy shit, this is amazing!

[-] warmaster 10 points 3 days ago* (last edited 3 days ago)

I'll just keep my excitement at bay until Micrisoft proves they didn't fuck it up by something like requiring a constant online connection for the single player campaign like Black Ops 6.

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

If not, would anyone help me build one ?

I was thinking of using git and markdown or google sheets.

Apart from ovbious features, it would need to compare TDP control, and benchmarks.

UPDATE: First version is up, and open to issues & PRs. Please contribute! Link https://github.com/berserkwarwolf/SteamOS-alternatives-overview

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submitted 2 months ago by warmaster to c/linux_gaming

Update: DXVK-NVAPI 0.7 was also released just now with NVIDIA Reflex for D3D12 support using the VKD3D-Proton entry points. There is also support for Latencyflex on non-NVIDIA GPUs for a few games via spoofing the Pascal architecture for non-NVIDIA GPUs. Plus various other updates and improvements.

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

I moved to KDE for better gaming support, but I really dislike the condensed look of everything in the settings app, discover, and most of all in Dolphin.

Are there any discrete, simple, clean themes that have more padding ? I like how GNOME looks but I really dislike their slow development for gaming related stuff.

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submitted 6 months ago by warmaster to c/selfhosted

So, I have a Home Assistant VM that I need to bridge to my LAN, it’s network interface “vnet1” is a member of bridge0, I tried adding eno1 (Host NIC) to bridge0 but I lose LAN access to my server. How should I do it ?

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submitted 6 months ago by warmaster to c/[email protected]

So, I have a Home Assistant VM that I need to bridge to my LAN, it's network interface "vnet1" is a member of bridge0, I tried adding eno1 (Host NIC) to bridge0 but I lose LAN access to my server. How should I do it ?

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submitted 8 months ago* (last edited 8 months ago) by warmaster to c/selfhosted

I'm planning to buy Smart TVs for my house and I wanted to know which TV OS has better support for homelab media apps.

Self-Hosted apps:

  • Jellyfin
  • Immich
  • Nextcloud Memories
  • Funkwhale or Navidrome or Mopidy
  • AudioBookShelf

Non-selfhosted apps I use:

  • Steam Link
  • All Streaming apps (Netflix, Disney+, etc.)
  • YouTube, YT Kids
  • YouTube Music
  • Spotify
  • Audible
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submitted 8 months ago by warmaster to c/[email protected]

I'm planning to buy Smart TVs for my house and I wanted to know which TV OS has better support for homelab media apps.

Self-Hosted apps:

  • Jellyfin
  • Immich
  • Nextcloud Memories
  • Funkwhale or Navidrome or Mopidy
  • AudioBookShelf

Non-selfhosted apps I use:

  • Steam Link
  • All Streaming apps (Netflix, Disney+, etc.)
  • YouTube, YT Kids
  • YouTube Music
  • Spotify
  • Audible
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submitted 9 months ago by warmaster to c/android

Anyone tried this? Works perfectly for me. Any reason why I should go back to the OpenBoard fork with Swipe?

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Que onda los saqueos ? (self.argentina)
submitted 9 months ago by warmaster to c/argentina

Qué se sabe? recibí varios videos por Whatsapp, leí un par de noticias... pero, nosé... me gustaría conocer su opinión.

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submitted 10 months ago by warmaster to c/linux_gaming

On Bottles with the default runner I always had the mouse focus glitch. On Steam Proton Experimental it works great! If you play on BNet, I suggest you switch to Steam.

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submitted 10 months ago* (last edited 10 months ago) by warmaster to c/[email protected]

I didn't want to editorialize the title, the linked article is an old post. But with the Nitrux 2.9.1 launch, I wanted to bring a bit of light into how VMetal works.

Short summary:


VMetal allows users to run Windows in parallel to Nitrux with the aim to provide users of access to Windows software meanwhile they can still use their Linux desktop at the same time.

VMetal is not a wrapper or a compatibility layer; it makes use of QEMU and KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) on the software side and of VFIO and IOMMU on the hardware side, meaning that Windows is accessing directly the hardware that it utilizes.

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

I've found this project and was wondering if its's safe to use or I'd anyone has had any problems with it.

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