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"Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn" - Gone with the Wind

"Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn" - Gone with the Wind

I finally took the plunge. Gaming on Linux on a low budget (assembled with parts):

- Dell Optiplex 7200 SFF
- Nvidia GT 1030
- Core i5 4th gen / 8Gb RAM
- Fedora Workstation
- 3rd party repos activated for Nvidia driver and Steam

+ Lutris for GoG and Uplay games is awesome.

Main reason for switching: no Windows license for this PC I got for free.

Thanks to:
@sean @codythedragonrude @ChrisWere @OpenComputeDesign

and all the others on Mastodon for inspiration.

Never thought it would come to this, but I'm forced to block an entire instance, because it's users keep spamming the comments section.

“Build your own Linux container”. I’m not sure if I understand this correctly.

Of all the 2nd hand stuff I acquired on the last 'Kings Day' flea market, I like the Trespack Mini 5k the most, which I got for 2 only euros and the battery is still perfectly fine.

This is what happens if I do boring frontend stuff at work. And it's not even the fifth of November...

I believe in 2 things: God and duct tape. And duct tape never failed me.

It took me a while to actually find the details of this pre-Windows IBM PC clone keyboard, but got a lead by it’s FCC ID (“no shit, Sherlock”). It’s a Monterey K208 5 pin DIN connector keyboard from 1991. It works, although with some unfixable wear and tear (plastic degrade, smoke staining). I’m putting it up for sale.

Free and open source chicken coop. All recycled materials and built by hand.

Made in Taiwan, coffee stains, brand I never heard of (GTC), big ass PS connector. Yep, I’m working on reviving a keyboard from the eighties.

Did Mastodon stopped supporting playback of audio file attachments suddenly?

- asking for my bot friend -

On the bright side: the rebranding of my company gave me the opportunity to play around with the custom CSS features of .

That big box of old electronics you have stashed somewhere in your house? I’m unboxing mine. Just found my old MP3 player with 1 big live track of Leon Bolier from 10 years ago.

Good to see that Joe "Kingpin" Grand is back in doing what he does best: hacking hardware for a good cause

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