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- Jan 4 2018, 3:39 PM (198 w, 9 h)
Jul 14 2020
Just noticed that iptables 1.8.0+ report existed so this can be closed for duplication.
Mar 30 2020
Mar 13 2020
This is now giving me this
Dependency systemd release >= 83 of vlc cannot be satisfied System error. Program terminated. Upgrade is not possible.
Feb 21 2020
Since it was not posted here, Wireguard is in the kernel now:
Nov 29 2019
I suggest to wait until the experiment (or add to it) to fulfill it's purpose.
Jan 22 2019
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Oct 26 2018
CPU: Intel i7-2600K (8) @ 3.800GHz
GPU: AMD ATI Radeon R9 290
Oct 20 2018
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Aug 22 2018
I cannot get Proton to run at all. Researched a bit and I thought that it had to do with not having python 3.7, I was going to add a task for upgrading for it while I accidentally pressed ctrl+q. Well I stumbled on this so I was better off.
Aug 21 2018
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Jul 21 2018
Ikey is acutally a collaborator on the Feral Gamemode project.
Jul 3 2018
MariaDB 10.3 is an evolution of MariaDB 10.2 with several entirely new features and with backported and reimplemented features from MySQL.
Jun 22 2018
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May 14 2018
You know you are in a good community when the people does not freak out for a badmouth person/people within the comment section, this community though goes further.. continues on the metaphor.
May 13 2018
Feel free to close now that it's up for review.
May 12 2018
Just to be clear, I find 1-3 seconds being fast and anything above 10 seconds to be "too slow".
Weird, I just did what @lots-of-stuff said and well..
I just tested this while reading this. What did you have to close (within the application)? I had a few tabs open (with some add-ons such as ublock, uMatrix, Stylus and DuckDuckGo Privacy Essentials) and it took a literal second and it closed down fast.
May 7 2018
Alternatives are great but maybe add some "use at own privacy risk"-feeling label to it (if added).
Apr 29 2018
To me it looks like a regular user cannot get/change the information from "/etc/security/limits.conf". A quick ls -lAs (on my system) on that particular file and you get only root can change the file (confirm my assessment). The picture says even "consider changing 'core' ... and relogin".