A wierd bug today; No update, no change; and from a reboot to an other on linux now anything "blink related" browser (Edge, Chrome, Chromium, Iridium, brave, nodejs app wrapper, etc...) trow a SSL cert authority invalid... While firefox (and it's geeko engine) work just fine.

That's a new one for me.

I find it sad that , from , is not providing an apk link for android and ask you to pass by the google play service; and on the other end whatapps, a Facebook company, allow you to easily download the apk from their website...

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Jolla serves again!

Premium mobile operating system creators with new Sailfish OS version 4.3.0 "Suomenlinna"

From now on, any app that defines an application profile will be automatically sandboxed.

Many need Android stuff too, so improvements to Android App Support are in.

Wishing to leave the notorious Google ecosystem and services behind? Sailfish is for you!

==> blog.jolla.com/suomenlinna

#Jolla #Sailfish #SailfishX #SailfishOS #mobile #Linux #deleteGoogle #deleteAndroid #Suomenlinna

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Ah yes, the good old "I should have read the doc"; Just crashed my Fedora system. To be fair; the system tried, multiple times, to warn me and even stop me from doing what I wanted... but it's in those kind of situation one learn the most. And now I learned that sometime, a "closed road sign" should be respected.

But eh, 99% of the time I find a "way around". Not this time ^^' Massive kernel modules cascade crash. No rescue or "previous version" can work ;) Emergency shell to retrieve my files.

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I'm sorry I can't remember just who-all was involved in a thread on carbon capture, but here's a humorous vid from the australien govt youtube.com/watch?v=MSZgoFyuHC

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Someone on the Internet is asking the question: "Can we trust Microsoft with Open Source?"

Betteridge Law of Headlines states the answer is "No".

When it comes to Microsoft, I believe a better answer would be: "HECK NO".

Here is the article with all the gory details:

dusted.codes/can-we-trust-micr

well work well on buy crash on popOS (ubuntu) and massive lag on any other distro (mobile or not) with flatpak I could test (archlinux, fedora, ...). what happened here ? ^^'

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really improved since I tried it a while ago on the :)

Trying to work from Fedora linux on a .net framework 4.8 asp net website full of old .net framework sub-project dependency... No fun.

I'm looking for a fediverse server that would be able to run on a small arm device. I got about 200mo to spare and max 300mo or ram. Everything I found for now need at least 1gb of ram ^^'

Maybe I'll write an server in C one day ^^'

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Mozilla’s now director of public policy once asked me, with a straight face, why I was giving them a hard time and holding Mozilla to a higher standard: “we’re just another Silicon Valley tech company.”

But that’s not what you tell people publicly, is it, Mozilla?

Still, it’s time y’all got this.

Mozilla is a half-billion-dollar for-profit corporation – whose CEO makes >$3M/yr – that has a foundation do its PR.

howtogeek.com/760425/firefox-n

#mozilla #SiliconValley #BigTech #SurveillanceCapitalism

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Sometimes I go away from fedora... I install a VM with bridged network on the new OS and then... Try not going back to fedora... (Bridged network work out of the box on fedora (redhat tech) and not on others... You need to setup de bridges or use the cursed NAT..)

I had the right battery... But not the "adapter" for my cmos battery. So with the help of non-conductive duck tape, I got a new cmos battery in my laptop ! ;)

The battery is less than a buck worth.. and the small two cable with the protective rubber make it about 20 euro in my area... So... Yeah... :P I took the two cable from the previous flat one.

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