@DestinationLinux I want to tell you about software called Workrave. It is designed to periodically remind (and force) you to take short or extended breaks from your computer, so that you reduce your chances of developing arm, wrist, and other injuries from using your computer.
We use similar software at work, and it really does help.
Workrave is free software found at www.workrave.org and in most Linux repos.
@popey As far as I'm concerned, your method for installing 32-bit apps on 64-bit ubuntu is what I would have tried as a "normal user".
I made a simple script for grabbing the RSS feed for a YouTube channel/playlist https://github.com/AN3223/scripts/blob/master/y2rss enjoy!
I don't want to post screenshots but some comments I've seen today lead me to believe not everyone understands how exactly the stuff between Gab, Mastodon, and Fedilab ties together.
The Gab event is remarkable as a threat to Mastodon apps in app stores, because there's a precedent of Gab's own apps being banned.
For end-users, it's nothing special. Servers more toxic than Gab have been dealt with on the fediverse and your nazi-free server will remain nazi-free.
Ironically, I've been having these same arguments for at least a decade now. I thought we would have moved on by now, but somehow the snide complaints about millennials continue.
Its worse than I thought. #Ubuntu 19.10 is completely removing 32-bit software support outright.
This will completely break legacy application support, gaming (especially Steam), and even modern software like Wine.
At least #Debian is retaining 32-bit software support, for now.
#Ubuntu 19.10 will not support i386.
#Debian 11, codename Bullseye, will release in August 2021.
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..