Well that was a bit scary. My initrd failed to assemble my RAID array after a power outage. I had updated my kernel from 5.0.1 to 5.4.7 and apparently 5.4 now needs "raid0.default_layout=2" in the boot options. There is data corruption if you get the layout wrong, but apparently only if you have mismatched drive sizes (which I don't).
> Coming into mentions uninvited to just be a douchebag.
If you don't want to be a part of the Fediverse, then don't fucking federate! Don't get mad if someone replies to you. You can mark a post followers-only. You not understanding the UI doesn't make me a douche bag, it makes you an ignorant asshole.
And if you're going to report someone, at least make sure they're not the admin of the fucking instance! If you want to ban and kick people out of your chat room, go back to AOL and IRC.
Anyone want my old gaming laptop. It works really well; easy to upgrade:
My first post of 2020: the biological evolution of microservices:
@alex Keep in mind, you can do custom CSS in stock Mastodon without modifying the source code. I wrote a guide on it:
But you're right, a good chunk of these probably do have custom patches.
Games I finished in 2019:
Red Dead Redemption II
Into the Breach
God of War (2018)
Steamworld Dig: A Fist Full of Dirt
Forza Horizon 4
X-Com: Enemy Unknown (2012)
Shadow of the Tomb Raider
The Beginners Guide
Grand Theft Auto V
Devil May Cry 5
Untitled Goose Game
You know what I miss. 1990s era emulation and retro gaming sites:
Dave's classic was the place for learning about Bleem, UltraHLE, Nestical and all the other really amazing emulation tech of that era.
Children, by nature, are keen, passionate and curious. What was referred to as laziness is often merely an awakening of sensitivity, a psychological inability to submit to certain absurd duties, and a natural result of the distorted, unbalanced education given to them. This laziness, which leads to an insuperable reluctance to learn, is, contrary to appearances, sometimes proof of intellectual superiority and a condemnation of the teacher.
-- Octave Mirbeau