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if you're new to this encryption stuff, i think 'the code book' by simon singh is an amazing introduction to the topic and very fun to read.

@sir @jordan31 The RK3399 SoC in the Pinebook Pro is fortunately bootable without any blobs - stikonas.eu/wordpress/2019/09/
Unfortunately suspend isn't working with this open source firmware, but that should be fixable in software.

Weirdest / most tenuous Valentine's-Day-commercialisation thing I've seen so far: I bought some salmon from Tesco and it had a sticker on it saying Be My Valentine and two salmon in a heart-shape 😂

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every night before bed i open palm slam a super famicom cartridge into the slot. it's street fighter 2 turbo and

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Curious about how, exactly, airlines and Boeing are expecting taking the 737 MAX back into service is going to go after a solid year or two of it being in the news as "the death airplane that kills you".

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this is what i do when i go to a site of historical interest. i don’t learn anything or take any beautiful photographs. i take shitty phone pictures of things that made me make a “ha” noise and then post about it online

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@orionwl @fribbledom I'd recommend trying Lima in the latest version of Mesa - I believe it's stable enough to run Kodi.
Failing that, some of the proprietary Mali drivers from ARM do actually have GBM compatibility.

@fribbledom I’ve no experience with Arch, but: Kodi can be compiled to use one of several “windowing” systems, to run it on the frame buffer directly with no X11 or Wayland, you need it to use the GBM windowing system. Check the Arch package was compiled with GBM support - there might be a separate executable for “kodi-gbm” like on Debian.

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