@cosullivan I'm not sure I follow. I have the updated keybase client. Didn't get any issues. Is that what you're referring to?
Would be nice if @SDF Mastodon could get setup with keybase for mastodon verification: https://keybase.io/blog/keybase-proofs-for-mastodon-and-everyone
I want to like vscode but I just can't get past the idea of using a separate application window for editing files and navigating the filesystem. It might take longer to type what I want in a terminal than it does to click through a file tree but the idea of moving my hands off the keyboard makes me cringe
Apparently copy/paste between crouton chroot and ChromeOS should be possible if I install the crouton Chrome extension and enable the "extension" target for the chroot but it's still not happy. Anyone have experience getting it working? Not sure if it's just because I'm using xterm and it's not configured properly or if it's an issue with the integration itself.
Sad to see that the Asus C201 and other 32bit ARM Chromebooks won't be getting Crostini support like I hoped. Guess I'll be waiting until the Asus C101PA comes down in price on ebay. Until then, Crouton with xiwi will have to do #sadpanda
@zaylea I've received several past due emails, I get the interactive MOTD when I sign in to try.sdf.org, my group ID is now "arpa" and I can't login to the metaarray.
@seven1m more hosting space, access to a more powerful shell server running a modern Linux environment. Access to tmux/screen, SMTP access and much more. not to mention supporting one of the last great services on the net.