The soundworld of the river in February is pretty different from August. There are so many sloshy water-type sounds right now. I suspect some of it is actually fishes vocalizing. So hard to tell!

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Vous utiliseriez quoi pour remplacer rsync? Je veux juste sauvegarder une copie de mes fichiers le plus vite possible over ssh

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Is it just me? I can’t run ipfs (kubo) on #openbsd : Error: cannot acquire lock: Lock FcntlFlock of /home/prx/.ipfs/repo.lock failed: function not implemented

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À chaque fois que je bidouille mon site avec les logs en temps réel à côté, je suis effaré de voir tous ces bots tenter encore sur des 404 oO

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There’s something really annoying me on #openbsd httpd: to set custom headers, one need to use relayd. Yes, it works, but it is so complex for this task. And it breaks logs for analysis with goaccess or webalizer: the forwarded log format put the original IP at the end, but there is still 127.0.0.1 at the beginning :/. httpd should be able to set headers. ‘hsts’ instruction already does

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the hydrophone is back in the water again! two of them this time. i’m hoping the river will freeze soon. one will stay until the spring and the other will come in and out for me to listen in the meanwhile…

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PSA: If you’re on Arch Linux and you want to use some of your own scripts on multiple machines, it is incredibly easy to write a PKGBUILD. Then, you can scp the built package around and install it with pacman -U. Let Pacman handle your dependencies so they can easily be removed later and only when they’re no longer required.

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If Canonical really want to entice the enterprise to buy support, they really need to step up. As of now they are not even close to offer the quality of support Red Hat offers. Not even close.

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I noticed this afternoon that we currently have Carnival vacations this week. So many people outdoors.

I’ve seen three great spotted woodpeckers and heard dozens more hammering the trees. But the photos turned out to be rubbish.

It was very windy at the summit, but I sat on the castle wall and enjoyed the sun beating on me. I would have loved to just relax there half an hour longer, but I had to be back in time. :-(

09 looks like it’s straight from an AI, but the moss was actually on top of a smaller tree. I fell down from a giant moss-covered tree next to it.

Quite cool how much reach the lift’s outriggers have to level it on that steep street.

29-32 show the reason for closing the forest road for one and a half months. A tree fell over and got hung up in the telephone cable in a 45° angle. Only the wire prevented it from crashing down on the road. I find it astonishing that the cable did not rip apart. After all, the tree was quite substantial. No idea why it took them so long to get it removed, though.

The entire meadow in 36 was totally covered with mouse holes. Sick!

https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2024-02-13/

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The country music vamp n’ talk is a nice format. A stolen-from-the-blues-thing? I like the vibe of someone pouring out their heart into the mic in plain speech while their friends pour their hearts into their instruments gently in the background.

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I went to the dairy farm and back in 50 minutes. It was suprisingly dark. Luckily, I walked the forest paths a hundred times, otherwise it would have been very hard to find my bearings a few times. On the way home I wanted to shortcut over the meadow, but then realized that there were grazing sheep. I took a detour to not wake them up. This quick walk was very well needed to blow the cobwebs away.

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After getting used to it, I’m loving this date format:
2024-02-06

I liked ‘6feb2024’, although isn’t as international as the former.
And… ‘06/02/24’ is awful, don’t use it!

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Scammer Poses As CFO in Deepfaked Meeting On Zoom, Steals $25 Million
Slashdot reader Press2ToContinue shared this report from WION:

: The Hong Kong branch of a multinational company has lost $25.6 million after a scammer used deepfake technology to pose as the firm’s chief financial officer (CFO) in a video conference call and ordered money transfers, according to the police, in what is being highlighted a … ⌘ Read more

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Linus Torvalds Has ‘Robust Exchanges’ Over Filesystem Suggestion on Linux Kernel Mailing List
Linus Torvalds had “some robust exchanges” on the Linux kernel mailing list with a contributor from Google. The subject was inodes, notes the Register, “which as Red Hat puts it are each ‘a unique identifier for a specific piece of metadata on a given filesystem.’”

Inodes have been the subj … ⌘ Read more

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