Fediverse to the rescue!
I am admin on a bunch of servers. They're set up similarly for the most part, but have their individualities here and there.
While of course I document what I do and why, I do wonder: What is the canonical way to communicate one's config in an accessible way, also for not-pro's-but-savvy people.
Is it putting /etc under VCS and host a wiki alongside? Is there a smarter way?
Guys, I need some help, I have a synology NAS that seems bricked, probably interrupted during an upgrade.
The status LED flashes constantly. The only thing the NAS does is acquire an IPv4 via DHCP (wiresharked that) which makes me think it's not entirely dead. However, nmap does not show a single open port.
Other peoples' issues on the web all seem to be fundamentally different.
Any idea? Boosts welcome!
Regardless of the browser, the teams web page prompts you to install a linux client, which turns out to be - surprise - electron based.
Now I wonder what's worse: Using chromium for teams or using that electron shit.
Nicht ganz meine Definition von "nett"... 😬
"Nett: Die Noise-Cancelling-Intensität lässt sich nun in 11 Stufen von 0 bis 10 einstellen. (...) Drei Stufen lassen sich direkt am Gerät mit einem Knopf auf der linken Seite durchschalten; voreingestellt sind die Stufen 0, 5 und 10. Andere Werte lassen sich in der "Bose Music"-App für Android und iOS festlegen. Für den Betrieb der App muss man einen Bose-Account erstellen und außerdem den Standortzugriff erlauben."
Fediverse, I need your help.
I use #neomutt as my mail client. I get calendar events via email. I want to use a graphical calendar.
Does anyone know a graphical (CalDav capable) calendar that can import ics files from command line args?
korganizer seems to be the only option so far, but complains about a missing filename when reading from stdin and silently fails when reading from a named file.
@linuzifer Erinnerst du dich an die Grünenpolitikerin, die auf Twitter über Globuli sinnierte?
@fsfe That moment when you want to get an idea of the EU's take on copyright by peeking into the live debate - but then you realize, you probably don't even need to.
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