Rudee

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Rudee ,

tbf, by earthly standards the surface of the sun is insanely hot

What would the inverse of what we have now in the atmosphere be like?

Just curious what an inverted reality of ours would be like, where instead of having too much carbon dioxide in the atmosphere creating glasshouse gas effect, what would the inverse be like where we don’t have enough carbon dioxide in our atmosphere? What would the climate of earth be like?

Rudee ,

Technically plants do respire oxygen and produce CO2, its just that the photosynthesis process produces more O2 than they need, so its a net offset 🤓

There have been experiments done since the 1800s proving that plants can survive in a closed environment, presumably by regulating the amount they photosynthesise, so there probably wouldn't be a global loss of plant life

Rudee ,

Haven't played Gostwire Tokyo, so I'm not sure exactly how it plays, but you might also enjoy the Witcher 3 and Middle-Earth Shadow of Mordor/War. They both have good combat systems and skill trees (although they work quite differently), as well as an open explorable world.
I've played Shadow of Mordor (Steam version), so I know that works fine on Linux

Rudee ,

Fuck it, give the students maps

Give the teacher maps

Everyone gets a map!

Rudee ,

I've used phind a few times and it's pretty good. I'm not sure if it's open source, though

(Constructively) What is your least favorite distro & why?

I’ve been distrohopping for a while now, and eventually I landed on Arch. Part of the reason I have stuck with it is I think I had a balanced introduction, since I was exposed to both praise and criticism. We often discuss our favorite distros, but I think it’s equally important to talk about the ones that didn’t quite hit...

Rudee ,

Not a whole lot of experience distro-hopping here (went from Ubuntu to Endeavour and haven't really changed since) but from what I know it seems like most distros have their place.
Arch is highly customisable and all rolling release distros are good for gamers and those who need the latest software.
Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, and other LTS distros are good for servers and newcomers (fewer big updates and therefore fewer potential crises)

For the sake of answering the question, I'd say Ubuntu is my least favourite. Its pretty bloated, and then there's the whole snap fiasco

Accessing NAS when not on LAN

So I have a TrueNAS server set up at home, and it would be cool to have access to it at all times. I currently have Syncthing set up to access and back up my most essential files on my phone and laptop, but it would be nice to be able to access all the ... legally obtained files I have stored there wherever I go....

Rudee ,

McConnell literally looks like a zombie. Wish he would just keel over and save everyone from this ongoing headache

Rudee ,

Do you use a service for the relays, or is it possible to self-host?

Rudee ,

If its really intelligent it will know better and just leave us to suffer

Rudee ,

Not an expert, but to me it sounds like the issue is that “on demand” uses the iGPU for regular desktop parts and calls for the dGPU when you switch to something requiring more horsepower

The problem with this might be that the execution of this is slow and there’s a few seconds between the iGPU switching off and the dGPU switching on

Rudee ,

Cows kill more people every year than sharks do

Rudee ,

Speak for yourself, I haven’t spent any time coming anywhere near a cow

https://lemmy.ml/pictrs/image/f9f31764-2829-4529-8c46-2d8d53755c76.jpeg

Rudee ,

This is like how in Boku no Hero Academia where the first quirk was a baby that was born emitting light

Boku no Hero Macaque

Rudee ,

Why not …

Because the powers that be benefit from the status quo too much. Hell, even the Electoral College doesn’t do the average person any favours, and that’s still going strong

Rudee ,

Waß

TitleIch spruichen nicht Deutsche

Rudee ,

Was about to say that the bottom panel is missing a “Nobody” label over the waiters

Rudee ,

Lemuroid emulates most handhelds, and works pretty well in my experience (S9, to give an idea of performance)

Rudee ,

How are guerrilla fighters with far inferior numbers, technology, and funding supposed to target military and government sites and not get wiped out within a week?

Rudee ,

Acting like either side is blameless is the issue. Yes, the Bolsheviks committed atrocities, and yes, the Royalists before them committed atrocities, and yes, the US is steeped in atrocities.

Rudee ,

BUT, the very people @Prunebutt cited were advocates of violent changes to established oppression. Their critiques of the Bolsheviks stemmed from ongoing mismanagement and oppression.

Contemporary America had very similar civil rights violations, with the main difference being that the US government was an established authority, while the Bolsheviks were only recently established. Attempting a worker’s strike in the US got people killed; attempting something like the Kronstadt rebellion in the US would have been an even worse bloodbath than the original.

Rudee ,

You’ll be posting forever, but I’m glad to see some Madam & Eve for the first time in years

Rudee ,

Good old Sickle Rick and Mallet Morty

Rudee ,

Counterpoint:The DM is also a player; one who spent potentially many days working on a setting and campaign to establish a particular mood (definitely not just me).

I’m not saying that the players have to bend over backwards to keep an encyclopedia of their inventory, but if the DM is running a relatively serious survival-focused campaign that the players have agreed to play, they should keep more careful track of their inventory for arrows, food, material components, etc.

Plus, this brings value to different proficiencies, like woodworking (for fletching), Brewer’s kits for purifying water, etc.

Rudee ,

Obviously if its a more typical campaign and this wasn’t a previously discussed rule, then the DM shouldn’t just spring things like that on the players

Rudee ,

Endeavour is fairly easy to run and maintain, aside from not having a GUI package manager installed by default (I say this as someone who has been running it for about 2 years now, and still considers themselves a Linux noob)

One underrated feature is the Welcome tab, which also notifies you if there’s some critical error in the latest update so that you know to use caution and take certain steps when updating

Other than that, running yay or sudo pacman -Syu is most of the maintenance you’ll need to do

Rudee ,

Off topic a bit, but how is the Nvidia + Wayland experience?

Are the horror stories true? Do you use multiple monitors?

Rudee ,

Reading the comments on that video is doing me a concern

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