[periodic reminder that this account moved → @orionwl ]
@orionwl looks like it works, thanks everyone that helped testing
I hate moving, but I guess it's time to start how to figure out how to move my followers and such
have been toying with setting up my own mastodon instance, don't know if this works already: @orionwl
#riscv in linux made significant progress: "The last driver bits required for booting the mainline kernel to userland on a qemu 'virt' machine have been merged during the Linux 4.19 merge window. It is now possible to build a working kernel directly from upstream git without any additional patches. Please note that this currently only works for a "static" kernel, i.e. without initrd. Initrd support requires an additional patch that is planned to go upstream later…"
I see the #fediverse like FidoNet. Even though everyone can be reached across the network, you still have individual accounts on your favorite BBSes.
just tried to upgrade an #ubuntu 18.04 linux system, which got me a new error:
E: Your kernels are unsigned. This system will fail to boot in a secure boot environment.
dpkg: error processing package grub-efi-amd64 (--configure):
I am using a custom kernel and don't care about secure boot, does anyone know of a way to skip past this?
I don't understand where this requirement suddenly comes from
how come we have @scamcoinbot already here but not bitcoinmerges !
* Payment button wizard in Store Settings (by @r0ckstardev, see https://twitter.com/r0ckstardev/status/1032240433286406145 …)
* Rates are now polled in background for some exchanges, creating an invoice will no longer take more than a second.
is #freenode IRC SASL authentication timing out for anyone else?
cannot connect to the network anymore
Lightning incoming payment (from Yalls) achieved. The problem before was that I had no capacity to receive payment. One needs to either spend first or to have an incoming channel. Thanks @orionwl for providing the latter and also helping fix some setup issues.
@tek I really hope RISC-V takes off in China and India so we'll finally have an actually open CPU architecture that's viable.
Anyone running #OpenBSD on their house router? What hardware did you use (and how much did it cost if you can share that)?