@bart Hmmm I just re-flashed with Plasma, but it's definitely trying to start Xorg, and not Wayland. It also looks like it's trying to start sddm, and not tinydm?
@bart oh it is? For some reason I saw it trying to launch xorg. I'll try it again tonight! Would be nice if I could make this into something usable, even just for browsing!
@steve If I tell you, then you would also know! Then it wouldn't be something that no one knows about!
(I actually don't have anything like that :( )
@fireglow Very similar! I usually have mixed nuts. I love cashews and almonds. I love dates, but I'd definitely get extremely fat if I kept them on my desk as I'd just be eating non-stop 😂
@bart I couldn't get plasma to work. It looked like Xorg tried to start, but the screen stayed blank.
I tried a few different UIs, but I could only get weston, and Phosh working.
It's super slow, but still pretty cool imo!
I couldn't get any of the lighter interfaces working for some reason.
It would be nice if I could basically just use it as a Web browser, nothing else.
Over the weekend, I switched one of my #TrueNAS Core (FreeBSD based) machines to TrueNas Scale (Linux based).
Nothing has changed in terms of performance, but I'm happy that I can quite easily run prometheus node-exporter on it for monitoring as it has docker support. On TrueNAS Core, there wasn't any nice way to install node-exporter.
Does anyone know of a way to disable a switch in #homeassistant? I want to be completely unusable.
I have a few smart sockets I am using purely for power management, and I want to make it so they are always on, and unable to be switched off in any way.
I think I can do it from #esphome, but if possible i'd rather just remove the switch function from HomeAssistant
@selea I find it a bit confusing 😅 Especially when there are IRC services involved (ChanServ NickServ etc). Prefer to just use a real IRC client for IRC
So did a bit reverse engineering, now I know a bit of the blackmagic hdmi camera protocol :)
@gabek when they first announced it, I was kinda skeptical. But after seeing the trailer, I'm quite excited!
@andrioid So far, yep!
I really like how it does updates itself without me having to do anything.
It's even successfully updated itself using from Fedora CoreOS 32->33->34, without me even noticing, or any downtime which I thought was pretty cool.
@andrioid I don't know if it has A/B update mechanism, I haven't looked, but i'm using Fedora CoreOS for my homelab K8S cluster, and a couple of stand-alone machines which run some containers.
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