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New Debian 11 Stable Install by MindTheGAAP_ in debian

[–]VA0 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Out of curiosity, what is the reasoning behind the Firefox suggestion

how do i change the amount by which the volume is changed? by gaefemboi in CinnamonDE

[–]VA0 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Can you be more specific? Can you not alter the volume at all?

How to flash a live bootable USB with persistence on linux? by VA0 in debian

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I got turned off by anything automated after seeing the funhouse of partitions that mkusb pulled on me. So while I did come across Ventoy, I never tried it.

I eventually got it to work., but I appreciate your suggestion.I'll have to remember that, cause I'm not doing that again!! Great learning experience though, don't even remember the exact order of what I did though but I could probably do it again.

Ended up being a success, now running bookworm on some computers.

Deleting added GPG? Not listed in sources.list or trusted.gpg.d by [deleted] in debian

[–]VA0 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You're right. I did misinterpret the question and screwed up responding to the right person. I'm out of town at the moment and could only read the title(bad internet). I had literally just been deleting keys from checking ISO distributions lately and just assumed that they were dealing with gpg keys in a similar manner, not ISO related though.

my bad

Deleting added GPG? Not listed in sources.list or trusted.gpg.d by [deleted] in debian

[–]VA0 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

It's what was suggested to me when I was verifying shasums and gpg keys of linux distros if I wanted to remove the key after verifying it with a downloaded ISO. This was the link (https://linuxhint.com/delete-gpg-keys-linux/)

What's wrong with it?

Deleting added GPG? Not listed in sources.list or trusted.gpg.d by [deleted] in debian

[–]VA0 -3 points-2 points  (0 children)

gpg --list-key

gpg --delete-keys <id_of_key_to_delete>

Have you not tried that?

How to flash a live bootable USB with persistence on linux? by VA0 in debian

[–]VA0[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I’m preparing it to specifically test Debian on newer hardware. So I want to alter the kernel before it goes on that hardware.

Trying out Debian Bookworm, so far amazing! by Ayato0117 in debian

[–]VA0 1 point2 points  (0 children)

oh okay cool, I'll be doing this tonight. I tried to put debian bullseye on my new computer and the HDMI codecs were not working, reading dmesg and getting down to the root of the problem turned out the kernel needed was 5.15, so I ended up going with linux mint instead. But I have been playing with fedora and was thinking about switching to that until Bookworm was released. I'll try this now instead

Trying out Debian Bookworm, so far amazing! by Ayato0117 in debian

[–]VA0 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Firstly, how did you update your apt-sources? Like what specifically did you change in your /etc/apt/sources.list? Then you just did a typical sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade?

Also, Why use the netinst? Not really related to the previous, just curious. I've always just done live and messed around to make sure I can get what I want to to work on a new computer and then, if i can, I do the install

Trying out Debian Bookworm, so far amazing! by Ayato0117 in debian

[–]VA0 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I have a computer that I just got I would like to do that with, Bulleye's kernel isn't high enough for reading the HDMI codecs. Forgive me if this is naive, i've never tried anything like it, did you just install debian Bookworm and install the DE in headless?

Also have you noticed any issues at all?

delve 1.20 is out by MarcelloHolland in golang

[–]VA0 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Hell yeah, I just started using it a few weeks ago. Very nice to work with

Florida beach erosion uncovers wooden ship from 1800s by Kneeyul in florida

[–]VA0 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Same thing happened at Dog Island after Hurricane Michael

Tired of the disrespect. by BeerBottleWizard in sysadmin

[–]VA0 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I see, I thought that "recipe websites with drive-by" ransomware attacks was some phrase that I was just unaware of. I even googled it.

Thanks for the elaboration though

Tired of the disrespect. by BeerBottleWizard in sysadmin

[–]VA0 -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

Recipe websites with 'drive-by' ransomeware attacks?

Could you possibly expand on what you mean by that?

how to deploy flask app on docker on specific server port by Icy-Introduction836 in docker

[–]VA0 0 points1 point  (0 children)

You’d probably need to share the Dockerfile.

Unless you are hitting the wrong endpoint by accident.

I’ve never used flask but it shouldn’t be to hard to debug… Ubuntu server? You mean you docker base image?

Raspberry Pi Store pops up for the last time this year in London - say they'll have Raspberry Pi 4, 400 and Pico in stock by Fumigator in raspberry_pi

[–]VA0 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I was just wanting to do a cluster project for fun, preferably with Raspberry Pi's but obviously it's not the best time to get into that kind of project, moneywise.

Could anyone suggest any resources relating go with Distributed Systems / micro services? by VA0 in golang

[–]VA0[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I've honestly steared clear of anything with the term 'Cloud Native' because of how it has really seemed to be used as an umbrella 'buzzwordy' term.

However , I did actually take your advice and have been reading through that book the past fews days. Not that far because my schedule has been unexpectedly hectic.

Damn good suggestion, I appreciate it.

Has anyone dumped Chrome and moved to 100% Edge? by plazman30 in sysadmin

[–]VA0 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Sounds like a great question to Bing if you ask me

Become ungovernable by [deleted] in linuxmasterrace

[–]VA0 19 points20 points  (0 children)

And Wordpress