I have an iso file.
I flash the iso to a usb using dd.
In the usb there are now 2 partitions.
I make an md5sum of the iso file (let's say the output of the md5sum is X).
I make an md5sum of the FIRST partition, by doing "md5sum /dev/sdc1" and I get the same hash X.
How is it possible?
The iso apparently contains 2 partitions.
I made the md5sum of just 1 partition and I get the exact hash.
Will we ever see something like https://developer.apple.com/xcode/swiftui/ for native gtk (or qt) linux app development?
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Mmm.... Maybe i've already shared this... Nevermind this needs more attention.
I don't know how to easily describe this...
You can have an account on a shared PC. Then you can ssh into it, or just use the services they provide: mastodon, peertube, irc, cryptpad, pleroma, minetest server, nextcloud, gopher... You name it
#Jellyfin is an amazing FLOSS fork of Emby, a previously open source media server that recently became proprietary. I set it up on a server with 1 GB of RAM and a single-core processor at 3.5 GHz and it runs *beautifully*. In addition to the web UI, there are clients for Android, Android TV, desktop, Kodi, and Mopidy as well as some deprecated apps that need some love 😉
With my quite terrible specs, Jellyfin will even transcode media from one resolution to a lower one in real time if you have bandwidth limits. I am *very* impressed and can't recommend it enough if you're looking for something like this.
They are doing a really nice work there!
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