These Altoline switches are so awesome as when your troubleshooting you can put all your favorite linux tools directly on the switch. Changes the why you troubleshoot a network issue.

either my ssh client on my phone shrunk its font or I am loosing my vision. :disappointed:

20 PRINT "{CLR/HOME}"
25 FOR X = 1 TO 10 : PRINT "{CRSR/OOWN}":NEXT
30 FOR BL = 1 TO 40
45 PRINT" 8{CRSR LEFT}";:REM <8 is a SHIFT-Q)
50 FOR TM = 1 TO :5
60 NEXT TM
70 NEXT BL
75 REM MOVE BALL RIGHT TO LEFT
80 FOR BL = 40 TO 1 STEP -1
90 PRINT" {CRSR LEFT} {CRSR LEFT}. {CRSR LEFT} ";
100 FOR TM = 1 TO 5
110 NEXT TM
120 NEXT BL
130 GOTO 20

And they're coming to take me away ha-haaa
They're coming to take me away ha-haaa ho-ho hee-hee
To the funny farm where code is beautiful all the time
And I'll be happy to see that nice clean code
In It's clean compiled form
And they're coming to take me away
To the happy home with trees and flowers and chirping birds
And programmers who sit and smile and twiddle their thumbs and toes
And they're coming to take me away ha-haaa

And they're coming to take me away ha-haaa
They're coming to take me away ho-ho hee-hee ha-haaa
To the happy home with C and python and compiling code
And programmers who sit and smile and twiddle their thumbs and toes
And they're coming to take me away ha-haaa
I wrote you in a shell
I cleared your stack
And this is how you pay me back
For all my sleepless nights, long long days
Ha! Well you just wait
I will find you yet and when I do
I will put you in as deprecated
You buggy code

Remember when it compiled that day
And I got on my knees
And begged it not to crash
Because I'd go beserk,
Well it failed to anyhow
And then the day got worse and worse
And now you see I've gone
Completely out of my mind,
And they're coming to take me away ha-haaa
They're coming to take me away ho-ho hee-hee ha-haaa
To the funny farm
Where code is beautiful all the time
And I'll be happy to see that nice clean code
In It's the clean compiled form
And they're coming to take me away ha-haaa

@omnipotens Update, I ended up loosing it :rofl::astonished::scream::tired_face:

If I see CREATE_FAILED one more time tonight I am going to loose it!!

For those that were wondering, go to asknoahshow.com to listen live. To join the action go to on Freenode, or make your voice heard by joining the @jupiterbroadcasting Mumble Room (mumble.jupiterbroadcasting.org). Its going to be a lot of fun!

Getting ready to join @Kernellinux and the @asknoahshow for the Social Special and this Is the dinner of champions...???

So I been talking with some of the developers of persistent memory at Intel. It all sounds pretty cool I mean the Idea of putting a persistent instruction set right on the RAM and using an API to call it directly seems handy and I can see a few use cases but wonder how much it can help with everyday server workloads. Thoughts?

Sailfish OS!

The 3rd generation of the Linux mobile OS from Jolla, soon here!

Sailfish 3 is all about better performance, deepened security, smoother user experience for corporate and daily users.

Sailfish came from the ashes of Nokia's Meego.

"Sailfish 3 Day" @ the location of Kaapelitehdas;

Tallberginkatu 1 C / 2nd floor, 00180 Helsinki, Finland.

Who can’t attend: there will be a livestream.

==> eventbrite.co.uk/e/sailfish-3-
_

Activating triple buffer in Nvidia drivers has helped me to fix my tearing problem with KDE, now I have a really smooth experience.

I've created a file in /etc/profile.d/ and named it kwin.sh. Then I put this in it:

#!/bin/sh

export KWIN_TRIPLE_BUFFER=1

After I' ve opened the ~/.config/kwinrc and under [Compositing] I've added those parameters:

MaxFPS=60
RefreshRate=60

Rebooted, and voilà, no tearing at all. ForceCompositionPipeline it's not needed anymore!! 😀 😀

Why do when news reporters talk about stocks they always reference alphabet and google when they are the same company. Little things that annoy me lol

Come on folks lets here your best oops! Go ahead and admit to what you did.

I once fat fingered rm -fr /etc/httpd/virtuals with rm-fr /etc httpd/virtuals and deleted my entire etc on a production machine. This was before yum or apt. I downloaded all the rpms and extracted the /etc data and rebuilt it. With a few config edits it was rebuilt with 0 downtime as everything stayed running the entire time.

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