Just your average Seong here. Hopelessly nerdy geek, vidya player, part-time writer, aiming to become some sort of reviewer personality in the (near?) future. Passionate about video games, good and bad alike.
I also stream -- not to any serious degree, but on occasion, if my camera-shyness doesn't kill me first.
Hope to meet some randos with the same obscure interests as I have! Or something like that... is that how these work? Send help.
Firefox cert signing is on the fritz
Installing Librefox (https://github.com/intika/Librefox/releases/tag/Librefox-v2.1-v64.0.0) lets addons work as before.
Just thought you'd be interested to hear.
Long story short I have two concurrent Manjaro KDE installs on two systems and they're running great without too much setup.
So now it's that much quicker I can get to Why is Symphonia so much better on Gamecube over the PS3 port? What the hell? I could've been playing a good game for those fifty-odd hours I sunk into the HD version.
Also not sure if this is a good thing or not, but I find myself switching between Chromium and Firefox a lot on my laptop. Mostly in the name of power savings, the former seems better except for video streaming; but I've used the latter now since Quantum's release (however long ago that was).
It's good for the industry, yes, but I like being consistent with my browser usage!
y u do dis & dav
Conveniently, nothing else seems to like SMB except for Windows. Movian/Showtime on PS3 doesn't authenticate right, and XBMC just doesn't see the share at all. Can't even try on Linux since Thunar doesn't like SMB, but is totally tubular with DAV.
Also convenient seeing as DAV is the only sharing method liked by NC; SMB would require database rescanning for every modification I make. And since the only place I *WOULD* make modifications would logically be from my desktop. . .
Though that NC excursion HAS gotten me into the self-hosted rabbit hole a bit.
I like NextCloud, and especially the NextCloudPi distro for super quick, easy-to-maintain setups. But things like lack of file transfer dialogs and being a bit too bloated for *my* personal desires prevents me from using it.
On the other hand, Seafile's great. Just doesn't have anywhere near as streamlined a setup, but when it works it's pretty darn rad.
I can't use Pi's very well, apparently.
Going down the list here, I've:
- Used it in a project I bailed from,
- Used it as a media thing which I've stopped using for,
- Used it as a NextCloud server, from which I've moved on to both a proper tower PC and to Seafile for my server,
- Used it for Xlink Kai for my Xbox. Which I barely can use since people only ever play Halo 2 on Xlink outside of events.
I like Pi's. I just can't use them effectively.
Just your average Seong; your source of Average, straight from the Seong.
May or may not have a thing for obscenely big and tall girls.
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