have been toying with setting up my own mastodon instance, don't know if this works already: @firstname.lastname@example.org
after the sync finished, I compiled c-lightning, all tests passed
and it seems that it just works (did not try to open any channels yet)
open-hardware payment routers are a thing!
#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
* 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.
it finished syncing
took somewhat longer than expected because it had to restart from scratch on nbd instead of a sd card (which is buggy at the moment), but it got there without further issues that's neat
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)?