Stumbled across this video on PeerTube about sharing an Android screen to another device. Exactly one of the things I've been wanting to do, and I found a video about it even though I wasn't looking for it!
Been trying for the past few days to rescue my router. I got it to boot with an initramfs image that I served up over tftp! But I'm not able to SSH into it after that.
I also tried serving up a version of LEDE instead that supposedly works with the router. That didn't work and left me with the same symptoms as before.
Finally, I think I found an OEM image, buried in a MacOS download. Will try serving that tonight!
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New computer. Got a 5th gen X1 Carbon! Decided to try out something fresher than Debian stable since it's a newer computer. Also, Ark-Darker looks really nice! #ScreenshotSunday
If I were to take out the bootable SSD from my computer and put it into an enclosure, would I be able to boot from it in another computer as normal after selecting it in the UEFI?
I assume it depends on how different the systems are from each other. Am I right? Does anyone have experience doing this?
Super interesting video showing the drain holes that are built into some ThinkPads to manage water spills on the keyboard.
Dona nobis pacem
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