Steven Rosenberg firstname.lastname@example.org
Los Angeles, United States
Steven Rosenberg writes about many things. I currently run Fedora Linux on my personal hardware, Windows on my non-personal hardware.
- It seems pretty easy to escalate oneself out of the docker container (I saw @joeyh do it, and I think it's been done multiple other times before)
- "verifying signatures" without doing so at all
- a container system which is closer to VMs in heaviness but seems to be mistaken by many for a solution where you want to dockerize a whole OS
... well, it's not a pretty picture. At least the Docker hype is exciting people about the possibility of other container solutions!I am not interested in Docker/Rocker/etc. for security. I'm interested in people being able to deploy their own "OS" across a cluster while still keeping the hardware interface centrally managed via the outer OS. I fully intend to punch holes through the container for Infiniband, GPU access, etc. Security is managed elsewhere for my area's application.
So how do you do a title in Identi.ca without Pumpa
Pumpa almost encourages you to title your posts. But how do you add a title in the Identi.ca web interface?
X11R5 likes this.Show all 6 repliesThis post has a title, does it not?
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
then a link then a quote
I'm looking at the Fedora Power Management Guide
Fedora has great documentation. It's one of the many reasons that the Red Hat-sponsored community project's operating system is a compelling choice for your desktops, laptops and maybe even servers if you like to tinker. The Power Management Guide caught my attention ...
GNOME 3: Adjust 'hot corner' sensitivity with the Activities Configurator extension
It kept nagging at me. Why was the "hot corner" in Debian's version of GNOME 3 so "sensitive," compared to the GNOME 3 desktop's hot corner in Fedora 19?
In Fedora, I'd mouse into the upper left "hot corner," and half the time wouldn't get the app panel or search box to open. I'd have to "aggressively" mouse to get it working.
So I've been using GNOME 3 less and less. Was it just too slow?
The solution for this problem, as it for so many things in GNOME 3 is the installation of a GNOME Shell Extension.
One of the things that drew me to Identi.ca in the Status.net era was the ability to follow a topic or interest group and discover new individuals to follow through those avenues.
Groups: That is the feature I'd most like to see return to identi.ca in the pump.io era.
Pumpa uses Markdown. Which I like.
Canonical’s next move after $32 million Ubuntu Edge crowfunding failure: Find a real phone, put your damn system on it AND JUST SHIP SOMETHING ALREADY http://blogs.dailynews.com/click/2013/08/24/ubuntus-32-million-edge-crowfunding-failure-find-phone-p...
This time with a working link ...
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Canonical’s next move after $32 million Ubuntu Edge crowfunding failure: Find a real phone, put your damn system on it AND JUST SHIP SOMETHING ALREADY http://blogs.dailynews.com/click/2013/08/24/ubuntus-32-million-edge-crowfunding-failure-find-phone-put-damn-system-ship/http://
I've had my HP Pavilion g6 laptop (submodel 2210us) with AMD APU since March, and I had working suspend/resume in Fedora Linux with the Catalyst driver for only a brief period -- a few weeks between release of the 13.6 beta and 13.8 beta. Now it's gone.
I still have working 3D with the proprietary driver, which I don't have in the open Radeon driver. I'd rather run the open driver, but what I really, really want is working suspend/resume.
Of course I'm not at the six-month mark just yet, and I figure it takes between six months and a year for drivers to catch up with new hardware in Linux.
The delay, all the fiddling, plus the trouble I had the last time I bought new AMD hardware, is making me really thing about going for Intel graphics hardware the next time I buy.
How do you get the "firehose" feed of Identi.ca in the web interface?