18-year-old Autistic, Trans ML descended from the Soviet Union. Bourgeoisie’s worst nightmare.
Previously known as Arsen6331
$ sudo pacman -S revolution error: target not found: revolution
Looks like we’ll have to build
revolution from source
I run Arch on a PinePhone Pro. It’s been working really well. Recent updates have improved it a lot. The phone now wakes itself up from sleep when it receives a call or SMS, calls and SMS have been very reliable, MMS messages now work, etc. I even have Android apps running on my PinePhone Pro using Waydroid, which is now hardware accelerated. I use it as a daily driver and it’s a very good daily driver.
The only major issue is that the drivers for the cameras haven’t been mainlined yet which means that even if you get a kernel that supports them, most camera apps won’t support them and the ones that do don’t have postprocessing yet, so the white balance is off and the quality is horrible. If you don’t need the cameras though, it works really well.
If you want to make a reply bot, you could write a config for my https://gitea.elara.ws/Elara6331/lemmy-reply-bot. It detects regular expressions in posts and comments and replies to them with a template you can set. It’s what TankieReplyBot runs on, you can see the config I use in the spoiler at the bottom of this post
Is there any reason to use Typewriter specifically? It’s unmaintained and “similar to Word” is not accurate at all, it’s more of a rich text editor than a word processor, and not a very good one. If you’d like a good MS Office alternative, OnlyOffice should work much better for you and is very good with MS Office interoperability.
Depending on how they’ve written the file (whether it contains a python shebang at the top and is marked as executable) and what OS you’re using, either one may work.
python executable.py without the
./ works pretty much everywhere regardless of the file and the OS.
Tesseract is what’s usually used for this
There’s a lot of information in the metadata. It can be anything from information about the device, OS, and software you took and/or edited the picture with (which exposes potential vulnerabilities), to your exact GPS coordinates. Some programs and devices will also add custom fields with extra data. It’s always good to strip the EXIF metadata before putting an image anywhere public.
Thanks so much! I’m really glad you enjoy it!
The problem you were experiencing has been reported before, and it seems to be an issue with BlueZ and Bluetooth. They are notoriously buggy and unreliable, and I’ve spent lots of time trying to track down bugs and get them to behave, but as you can tell it’s not always possible.
That’s still the address because I’m not out everywhere yet. When I update it, it’ll redirect to the new URL. I’ll also edit the wiki and other links.
I think @CriticalResist8@lemmygrad.ml would be able to answer this question better than I ever could. There’s an explanation here, but there have been more developments since then.
tl;dr Wisconcom is a butthurt troll who can’t let go after having been banned for his behavior
Edit: I know you’re here, Wisconcom. I can see your downvote on this post.
Edit 2: Removing your downvote isn’t going to help
you’re pretty good with this kind of stuff. Do you know a way to get the content of a google doc without needing to sign into Google?
Google doesn’t require you to sign in to export the document. However, it’s probably not a good idea to use Google Docs at all, so I used a VPN and exported them for you :)
Here are the links:
Hmm, it seems the bot is no longer receiving