Something fun is coming next week at System76. Stay tuned 😉

#Steam announces a #Linux powered handheld that can double as a desktop, #PipeWire brings back volume controls for ALSA, Nvidia makes Blender less blinky on Wayland, and a $26 smartwatch that you might actually want.

Nintendo: We have a Switch Pro coming up!
Valve: That's great to hear! Don't waste your money and buy the Deck instead.

For those of you interested in the excellent I have released #11 in the beginner series of videos.

The next #VR #Linux livestream is....TOMORROW!

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Might we finish Alyx this time hmmm?

We've set up a site to inform users about current stock levels, estimated availability and to relay shipping information. Currently in testing.

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#pinephone #pinebookpro #Quartz64 #pinetab i use duckduckgo for everything

yes it has it's moments of not finding what i searched

but the benefits outweigh the issues imo

It's almost as if big tech wants to eliminate the possibility of owning content at all these days...

Whats with all this "toot hater" stuff. Its weird, I know, but birds have to tweet, and mastodons have to toot.

Delete Chrome. Now.

Google is using its exceptionally powerful position to make *the browser itself* analyze your browsing behavior and serve that on a plate in the form of "cohorts" to anyone interested.

They are transforming Chrome into a "browsing-history-passport" - right now.

If you care about your intellectual freedom even a little bit, you must put Chrome out of your life as soon as possible. Support others doing the same.



I was hoping since you folks are advent streamers you may see things others don't. If you get a chance would you test out the streaming feature on

I am kind of up in the air on where I should set the number of transcode resolutions and threads too. The machine has lots of CPU and RAM and I can always throw more at it but not sure I need to or not. If you don't have time no worries I was just curious.

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To all who run LR, thank you. I've rarely if ever noticed any aweful content on this instance. It's all been kind, informative, and fun.

From my perspective it "just works". Log in, laugh at someone's humor, discuss configs, learn something, and log out.

A sincere thank you!

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