@BryanLunduke I keep hearing that multiple monitors and high DPI (4K) displays can be a problem in Linux. I'm on the verge of installing Linux on my main gaming machine; which has triple monitors, 2 of which are 4K displays, the third is 1080P. Will i curse Linux until I'm blue in the face, or will I be just fine?
@BryanLunduke Is decentralized internet dangerous? currently many people upload illegal things to almost any large site in existence, but sites don't seem to get in trouble for hosting this content, and even much of it dosnt get deleted, but if average Joe starts a server, and someone uploads the new hot Lunduke Hour episode, do you think powers to be might specifically target the guy?
@BryanLunduke let me come out of the closet: I am one of these "I tell everyone"-Arch users. But shall I be damned: I used the Arch-anywhere Installer to stitch my system together.
The Reason is: I have a weird taste. I want calligra instead of libreoffice, clementine i.o. rhythmbox, parole i.o. vlc and so on? Am I a freak and why does my kind have to go through the hard road of netinstalls so often?
Greetings to fiddy :)
Hey Bryan, I know you wouldn't be a fan of leaving YouTube. But have you ever thought about moving your show to MediaGoblin or somewhere else? I know you have concerns, that a lot of people wouldn't get notified about your new content. But since most of your viewers are nerds and open-source loving people. I think most of them would still follow your show.
@BryanLunduke Dude , dont forget to check the BBS lol.
With your love of CLI apps , have you had much experience with TWIN?
"a Textmode WINdow environment"
As I remember trying it from a while ago , but never realy got to grips with its possibilities like I did TMux or Screen
I recently installed TWIN +GPM on Arch , and it looks like this (screenie generated by
sudo fbdump|pnm2png > twin2.png )
@BryanLunduke Managing theming for the visually impaired (well, colorblind and severely nearsighted is more accurate) on any platform is a chore, but many Linux distros (some are pure abominations... <-- Ubuntu -->) reeeeaaally suck at this. Tips for good tools, browser add-ons or distros…?
@anoobis @therealmatthartley @BryanLunduke Yeah, you might be right... Problem is they all suck a bit... I've yet to find any tool, add-on or distro where theres an easy, clear-cut consistent way of doing the changes. And there really should be more/better high contrast (dark) themes that don't look like crap... I suppose much of this stems from most such efforts being done for very specific ailments, and probably by people who don't suffer them. Suppose I need get more engaged😄