@metaswirl Compression is quite useful:
Type Perc Disk Usage Uncompressed Referenced
TOTAL 62% 16G 27G 28G
none 100% 12G 12G 13G
zstd 28% 3.9G 14G 15G
> default-sample-format = s32le
Makes PulseAudio use 32-bit audio, which is convenient if you go around EQ it, and doesn't really cost much performance.
> default-sample-rate = 44100
> alternate-sample-rate = 96000
Allows it to switch from 44.1 kHz to 96 kHz, in case you have hirez FLACS to play :)
I was cycling again, so the answer was 3 days
Does Apple's M1 chip implement aarch32?
Bugs reported today:
Chrome renders twice as slow as Firefox for Ubuntu's update_excuses.html
Mobile chrome hangs up loading local COVID stats, Firefox just works:
I also have like 3 broken cycling helmets in my closet.
Tablets and weird stuff:
- Nexus 7
- Toshiba AC100, broken
Laptops in the archive:
- HP Compaq 6720s, good condition
- ThinkPad Edge 15 frankensteined
- ThinkPad X230 with 16 GB RAM and SSD and HDD. Crappy thing.
Other phones in the collection:
- Galaxy Nexus bit scratched
- OnePlus One good condition
- OnePlus 3 very good condition
- OnePlus 6 acceptable condition
I think I don't have the Galaxy Nexus packaging anymore, but the original charging station!
The OnePlus should all have packaging and accessories, except for the One's sim tray tool which got lost...
And that's a good thing.
When will I cycle outdoors again?
Today's ride was nice.
Let's go guess...
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