New quick setting drawer bit annoying
Of course, you can also use mirror+https or mirror+http and place the file on your server, e.g.
(without the space)
Does geolocation and configures your apt to use the local mirrors.
Yes, I know, I'm using French ubuntu mirror in Germany. Finding a mirror with decent peering on both Deutsche Glasfaser and Vodafone West is hard.
Did you know that APT can download from multiple mirrors in parallel, and fallback? You just need to use apt-transport-mirror!
Create a file /etc/apt/mirrors.list containing URLs to Debian repositories, and then replace "http://deb.debian.org/debian" or "http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu" in sources.list with mirror+file:/etc/apt/mirrors.list.
The problem when you're tired in the morning but need to keep 1-2 hours between breakfast and tea as it messes up nutrition intake.
apt 2.3.7 adds exponential backoff to retries. So if a download fails, we'll retry it after 1s; if that fails, another 2s, and if that fails, another 4s. Then we give up, unless you set a higher limit of retries :)
The maximum delay between retries is set to 30s.
The maximum delay of an apt run due to backoff is roughly 2**max-retries-1 seconds, by default 7s; that's for max-retries < 5, afterwards the 30s limit comes into effect and it's 2**4+30*(max-retries-5).
Currently the INBOXes just grow to a couple thousand and then everything older than a month gets mass-archived at some point; and the rest manually processed.
The top of the range Mi and Redmi devices get 3 years of security updates, quarterly. In practice, updates might come more often, though, but it's variable.
If you want to buy Xiaomi phones, do yourself a favour, and pick one of the Android Enterprise Recommended models which all come with an update guarantee.
While we're at it, mosh had no releases in 4 years, is there a maintained replacement?
I don't know why it tries to reconnect via SSH, shouldn't it have the key to connect via UDP directly?
Dune essentially is just one of Picard's holo deck programs.
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