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@ManjaroARM For the record, I do plan on trying Manjaro again later once they refresh the ISO again.

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@ManjaroARM Wasn't wanting to update on the RPro64. Would freeze up whenever it went to update `linux-firmware`. Switched to Armbian. Needed something to handle the fan on the heatsink but alls working now.

I have a NextCloud server, Pihole, and an IRC bouncer all running on my server and the CPU is sitting at 1% usage with 430 MB of RAM.

Not sure if I wanna make it do more 🤔

Coding Shenanigans Part 2 

Got Fractional Scaling working as far as setting the settings. Now I need to figure out why nothing is honoring the setting. 😕

If I could use my IRC bouncer I would be talking to the Xfce devs to figure this back end out!

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Coding Shenanigans 

Trying to figure out the best way to add fractional scaling to . Took me like an hour to figure out what part I need to work on, at least on the UI side. No idea if there is anything I need to do anywhere else.

We'll get this working one way or another.

One of my favorite games from when I was little, running flawlessly on Linux.

Xevious (1982) on Ubuntu 19.10

My RockPro64 is FINALLY on it's way! So excited!!!

Except for Google search results of course. Have to keep those.

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I THINK I have gotten everything I use to help me with Drauger OS off of Google.

Last piece of the puzzle was Calendar. Wasn't too hard thanks to @nextcloud 's Calendar app.

Now just to make sure I really don't need that gmail anymore so I can delete it.

Checking out Clear Linux for BDLL. Looking pretty nice with some heavy dark theme now.

@PINE64 Is the Coronavirus outbreak in China affecting your shipping dates?

Batcastle boosted


@elementary OS has a bold new plan for the AppCenter, and to get Linux open source developers PAID.

Let's help them get there. I absolutely love this direction.

@fribbledom It's gonna be fun to see which wins when Rust goes head to head against C++.

Someone help me I am making my own programming language. Not for real life use though. Just to prove to myself I can do it.

Wrote a Python script for BDLL. Stress tested it to see what it's memory usage was like.
Refused to budge over 3.1MiB

Not sure whether to feel happy or concerned. 🤔

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