Ubuntu Touch Q&A111 is this Saturday 23rd Oct at 19:00 UTC there is still plenty of time to post your questions. Forum questions get priority so use the forum link before the Q&A then Youtube Livechat https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVyCJPW98No and Telegram during the show.
Where To Buy GNU+Linux #Preinstalled Computers II
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Kubuntu Focus 🇺🇸
Laptop With Linux 🇳🇱
Star Labs 🇬🇧
How to backup and restore Thunderbird emails
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#FOSDEM 2022 will be online
Here is an update on the progress of mainline support for the Librem 5 phone and its development kit
➡️ New drivers for camera
➡️ Power-saving features
➡️ Better battery saving features and more!
Sorry for the turbulence.
mastodon.radio is now running v3.4.1
We skipped over v3.4.0 (well, we did run it for a few minutes whilst I installed 3.4.1)
The Domain “kaitaia.life” is being dropped. This means my account and all associated posts on social.kaitaia.life are also being dropped (soon, just preparing for now). A new instance has been setup at contra.privacyhub.xyz
My new account is @anotherkiwiguy
The PEBKAC Show is also getting its own account @pebkac_show
I fully understand how inconvenient this is, and I apologise if it’s annoying. But if you feel like you still want to follow me or the podcast, please look me up there.
Thanks, you’re the best!
Why is this happening? (short version)
Basically, the small server running the instance of Pleroma is not powerful enough to cope with the large amount of content coming in, or being posted. Because of hardware limitations, it cannot be upgraded.
A new, long term instance has been created at contra.privacyhub.xyz, and this machine is a lot more powerful, and able to be upgraded in the future.
Why is this happening? (long version)
I originally hosted Pleroma via Yunohost, on a small Intel Atom based Shuttle. While it was sufficient at the time, it has since far outgrown the available resources of the machine.
There is also a rather nasty bug in the Yunohost Pleroma app that causes upgrades to fail, and crash. There is no known fix, and movement on the project has been stagnant. This essentially means, that unless I completely reinstall the Yunohost Pleroma app, I run the risk of any future upgrades breaking my system. This has been the case for almost a year now.
Rather than rely on a 3rd party to deal with any Pleroma issues, I thought that if I’m going to have to reinstall anyway, I might as well upgrade to a bigger machine, and pull Pleroma directly from the source.
Also, moving domains with a current installation is prohibitively difficult, as it would break federation, and require manual intervention in the database. Not an ideal situation.
This will also allow me to split The PEBKAC Show off from my own personal account. Meaning, I can post more about things I’m interested in, and offer my opinion without it interfering with the Podcast.
It also means that people can contact the podcast directly, and I can keep things nice and tidy. If I bring on anyone else to help in the future, I can share the access to the account.
Cheers for reading my ramblings, I know it’s a great wall o’text.
Events on today:
6:30pm Open Source Glasgow: Practical Linux Tutorial: Command line basics and Webserver from Scratch (+LAMP)
Here's how it looks like from the lockscreen, see Guido's post for how it looks like in unlocked state: https://social.librem.one/@agx/107111893750757123
Coming soon to a disto near you. And yes, all distros with Phosh, that's the great thing about upstreaming a feature! 😄
Are you a software maintainer? Please upload your releases with source code to https://archive.org/details/software and make this a part of your release process. This will ensure that anyone wanting to use your software in the future will be able to find it. Please boost.
#UbuntuTouch Q&A 110 blog and audio now available.
The PEBKAC show has a podcast with an interview of our founder @awai (https://social.kaitaia.life/notice/AByvoWP3C9PiHqKjYG).
Listen, if you want to find out the color of our founder's cat, or learn about his music taste (and band). But also plenty of information about Mobian. The interview starts at 7:20 into the audio.
Unfortunately https://pebkac.show does not work, but the podcast is e.g. at https://www.breaker.audio/the-pebkac-show/e/95059581.
Thanks to @anotherkiwiguy
I found the interview with @mobian founder @awai in the first episode of @nick's podcast quite interesting and suggest people who are into podcasts about #linux #mobile give it a listen. Looking forward to more episodes!
https://pebkac.show (seems to be broken? more links: https://social.kaitaia.life/notice/AByGc6YJNvlKW6crAG)
That's the corel linux which they mentioned btw, I was curious. I like how it speaks in the past sense of the operating system in the wikipedia page in the screenshot. 😛
Thanks to all our listeners who stuck with us for ten episodes already! 🥳
Just finished updating the https://pebkac.show website. The #PEBKAC Show is now also available on multiple other platforms (links are in the side panel for #Anchor; #Spotify; #Breaker and #Stitcher). The #selfhosted #RSS feeds are still there, but the statistics show no-one was interested in the #FLAC feed, so I’ve disabled it for now to save bandwidth and storage space.
But I have a #question: The technology moves so quickly, that I’m certain I wont be able to cover enough in a single once per month episode. What do you think?
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