@eldertfrancke This is what happens when your operating system is basically a glorified storefront. What a sad joke.
Hmm, the upgrade to 19.04 also messed up tehfuck
Now there’s one app I can’t live without :) (Removed all copies I could find in /usr/bin /usr/local/bin and reinstalled via sudo apt install thefuck)
@yukiame Haha, I’m a big fan of XFCE (GalliumOS, built on top of Xubuntu, uses it and I used that to liberate an old Chromebook recently: https://ar.al/2018/12/31/sometimes-you-have-to-stick-a-screwdriver-in-it/)
Right, well the first login resulted in a black screen but things seem fine after a reboot. Apart from some disabled extensions, a big step backwards in terms of visual consistency with the icons, and WTF, it uninstalled OBS Studio?!
@how If we’re going to flatten the power structures that means we have to forgo power when offered and design the sorts of systems where power is distributed as equally as possible.
@pavi I thought we might be able to do something in May in Amsterdam but my focus is on making progress on Hypha right now so it may have to keep till next year.
@mathew Windows isn’t a platform I lose too much sleep over.
@GigaByte4711 Indeed :)
@ninja Take a look in GNOME Software if you have it. As I recall I had to mess around with some settings (of course) before I could install the BIOS updates.
@K_REY_C Thanks for the feedback, Kyle. Sadly, that is a limitation; I don’t see support for shared hosting being compatible with the vision I have for Hypha (which Indie Web Server is an early component of). The production use case is limited to VPS and above.
Thanks again for your feedback. As you said, there might be others so at the very least I should document that better :)
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