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  1. Comment on Steve Guttenberg: ”Apple AirPods Pro, it's $249, but sounds like a cheap, throwaway headphone“ in ~tech

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    for me this ist the only way it makes sense. It's simple and easy and allows you to do nice things, like listening to music from your tablet, while simultaniously get the audio from a game your...

    for me this ist the only way it makes sense. It's simple and easy and allows you to do nice things, like listening to music from your tablet, while simultaniously get the audio from a game your playing on your desktop to hear your phone ringing through your headphones.

    1 vote
  2. Comment on Latin Music lovers in ~music

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    this is nice! thank you! hip-hop is one of my great loves in music :-)

    this is nice! thank you! hip-hop is one of my great loves in music :-)

    2 votes
  3. Latin Music lovers

    Are there tildies that like latin music? I'm just getting back into it after a long excursion into electronic genres. Do you know and want to share with us some favourite tracks? Some of my...

    Are there tildies that like latin music? I'm just getting back into it after a long excursion into electronic genres.

    Do you know and want to share with us some favourite tracks?

    Some of my favourite stuff, from wildly different genres:

    Devine - La Chica Colombiana
    Calypso Rose - Calypso Blues
    Chica Libre - sonido amazonico
    Pericos - Los Pericos
    Tigrillios - Cameleon
    Dinastya Angelito Y Su Sabor Costeño - Con La Botella En La Cabeza
    Mister Cobra - Baila

    I'm looking especially for traditional styles and good cumbia

    6 votes
  4. Comment on A Deeper Look Into the Life of an Impressionist (Deepfakes) in ~tech

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    I love it. Now deepfake is not just porn and fake news but art too.

    I love it. Now deepfake is not just porn and fake news but art too.

    3 votes
  5. Comment on Factorio 0.17 - Now Stable in ~games

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    That got changed a while ago. You dont need to attack the bugs anymore exept to conquer territory or resources. Or you can just disable them completly now.

    That got changed a while ago. You dont need to attack the bugs anymore exept to conquer territory or resources. Or you can just disable them completly now.

    6 votes
  6. Comment on Factorio 0.17 - Now Stable in ~games

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    It is also for creative types. There is ways to play the game that dont strife for the most efficient, the most logic, the biggest.. etc factory, but for a beautiful chaos, or use the tools given...

    It is also for creative types. There is ways to play the game that dont strife for the most efficient, the most logic, the biggest.. etc factory, but for a beautiful chaos, or use the tools given to do something totally different.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mGdL4XKXew

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRYd-Ul-t8U

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kry8lbrHjeY

    Or best playad as a mix of all like one of the devs plays it:

    https://i.imgur.com/UelSNmZ.jpg

    5 votes
  7. Comment on Reinventing Home Directories in ~tech

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    yes, but disc encryption is not really working for notebooks, as it is not encrypted during suspend. I think he explains that really well.

    yes, but disc encryption is not really working for notebooks, as it is not encrypted during suspend. I think he explains that really well.

    2 votes
  8. Comment on Steam Key Giveaway Thread, September 2019 Edition in ~games

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    can I have Bastion and Tacoma? Thank you very much!

    can I have Bastion and Tacoma? Thank you very much!

  9. Comment on Steam Key Giveaway Thread, September 2019 Edition in ~games

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    can i get Tacoma and Worms W.M.D?

    can i get Tacoma and Worms W.M.D?

  10. Comment on Steam Key Giveaway Thread, September 2019 Edition in ~games

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    ow, there are some nice titles! World of Goo Bastion Hoard The Bards Tale Thank you for the generosity

    ow, there are some nice titles!

    World of Goo
    Bastion
    Hoard
    The Bards Tale

    Thank you for the generosity

    2 votes
  11. Comment on PewDiePie surpasses 100m subscriber mark on YouTube in ~tech

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    Tildes has a filter system, based on tags and groups. I never get to see anything news and trump related. But this topic needs the pewdepie tag for it to work ;-)

    Tildes has a filter system, based on tags and groups. I never get to see anything news and trump related.

    But this topic needs the pewdepie tag for it to work ;-)

    3 votes
  12. Comment on Android aftermarket development and its boring state. in ~tech

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    Thats why we need postmarketOS to take off. We don't need roms, we don't need android, we just need a proper linux stack running on our phones. So we get the freedom to do with our hardware...

    Thats why we need postmarketOS to take off. We don't need roms, we don't need android, we just need a proper linux stack running on our phones. So we get the freedom to do with our hardware whatever we need/want to .

    7 votes
  13. Comment on Friendly Linux Chat in ~tech

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    This is true, it just did not work :-D

    This is true, it just did not work :-D

  14. Comment on Friendly Linux Chat in ~tech

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    I actually tried that too. didn't work. but I found a workaround. It seems that the chip/driver did not like our wifi setup, with a 2,5GHZ a 5Ghz and a Repeater all with the same issid. When only...

    I actually tried that too. didn't work. but I found a workaround. It seems that the chip/driver did not like our wifi setup, with a 2,5GHZ a 5Ghz and a Repeater all with the same issid. When only one was running it worked fine.

  15. Comment on Friendly Linux Chat in ~tech

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    Thank you very much, this seems nice and might be something i'm looking for. I will check it out tomorrow. To late today to start using discord :-)

    Thank you very much, this seems nice and might be something i'm looking for. I will check it out tomorrow. To late today to start using discord :-)

    3 votes
  16. Comment on Friendly Linux Chat in ~tech

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    You are absolutly right. It means support till end life for that devices. And i would advice other people the same way. But as these people i help need lifetime support anyway (there is no chance...

    You are absolutly right. It means support till end life for that devices. And i would advice other people the same way. But as these people i help need lifetime support anyway (there is no chance letting them upgrade even an ubuntu) and so they at least have an system thats always up to date, and if they need support i can use a system i know well and do not have to look up how to do stuff the ubuntu way. So for me, arch on their devices is actually easier to maintain.

    Besides that, i think the instability of arch is a myth for a while now. There is a box running it for 2 years now and i never had to fix something. Look at archlinux.org, the last message was a year ago. But I remeber it was very different only some years ago.

    2 votes
  17. Comment on Friendly Linux Chat in ~tech

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    Thats kind of what I'm looking for. And I'm not directly looking for a solution, but a friendly place I can drop by and ask some questions and where I might make some friends on the way. #arch and...

    Your local user group, or your Linux distribution, may advertise a Web forum or IRC channel where newbies can get help. (In non-English-speaking countries newbie forums are still more likely to be mailing lists.) These are good first places to ask, especially if you think you may have tripped over a relatively simple or common problem. An advertised IRC channel is an open invitation to ask questions there and often get answers in real time.

    Thats kind of what I'm looking for. And I'm not directly looking for a solution, but a friendly place I can drop by and ask some questions and where I might make some friends on the way. #arch and #manjaro do not feel like that kind of community.

    2 votes
  18. Comment on Friendly Linux Chat in ~tech

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    yes I know, I tried Manjaro afer I could not get any help on Arch-IRC. But the response on #manjaro was the same.... none :-/ And yes I know the arch way. For quiet some time now. As i said, its...

    yes I know, I tried Manjaro afer I could not get any help on Arch-IRC. But the response on #manjaro was the same.... none :-/
    And yes I know the arch way. For quiet some time now. As i said, its the first time in a longe while I need some help, b.c. I can't figuer it out on my own (which is something I learned b.c. the arch community is not a friendliy one)

    My problem is that the wifi of the "HP 15 Notebook Energy Saver" is not working. The chip is mostly a Broadcom BCM43142 or some utilities give back BCM4365?!? I tried different distros, now even Ubuntu. I tried installing the propiary drivers (broadcom-wl and broadcom-wl-dkms) I tried ndiswrapper, I configured wifi by hand, I used network manager, I tried netctl... I learned a lot about kernel modules and drivers, I learned a lot about Wifi and how it works. I googled my head off, but still the wifi connection breaks after some data is sent and it ask for the wifipw again and again and again.
    So a forum is not really helpful as it takes ages to get back and forth, and I'm looking for somebody very well versed with some time who might be able to help me through chat. IRC is where I used to find people like that, but that seems to be in the past.

    4 votes
  19. Comment on Friendly Linux Chat in ~tech

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    No, I need help setting it up for him. And as I'm most versed with arch, that's what I'm using to troubleshoot the problem. And yes, you should not start your Linux expirience with Arch. But I'm...

    No, I need help setting it up for him. And as I'm most versed with arch, that's what I'm using to troubleshoot the problem.

    And yes, you should not start your Linux expirience with Arch. But I'm managing a couple of notebooks for friends and family, all of them Arch and they never encountered any grave problems, so that's fine.

    3 votes
  20. Friendly Linux Chat

    I'm having some problems with a notebook I want to set up for a friend. And its the first time in a long time I'm not able to solve it just by myself. So I tried asking at #manjaro and...

    I'm having some problems with a notebook I want to set up for a friend. And its the first time in a long time I'm not able to solve it just by myself. So I tried asking at #manjaro and #archlinux-newbies but I got no answer at all. It just seems that IRC changed a lot in the last 15 years. Or maybe my IRC manners are not up to date?
    Anyway, do you know a place where there is a nice Linux-crowd? What are your favourite Places to get help? (besides the archwiki) ;-) I'm out of the loop for 10-15 years now because most places got pretty toxic.

    12 votes