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  1. gvisoc

    RedHat boot and install from ISO in VMware

    Going a bit deeper, there are 2 main processor architectures: x86_64 (sometimes called amd64, but it's the same), and ARM64. Both are 64 bits nowadays. You can't run software compiled for ARM64 on an x86_64 processor or viceversa, not even in a virtual machine --unless you have an emulator...
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    URGENT-WE MAY BE UNDER ATTACK

    I'm glad you got this under control. When I was in charge of the spanish podcasting association's forum I got some taste of this situation, and it's not nice when they get past the moat and you have to deal with them by hand. Apologies for my fistful of reports in probably the worst moment!
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    None of those acronyms would really work with human readers. I've just put country and state...

    None of those acronyms would really work with human readers. I've just put country and state, it's much more human friendly to say Australia/NSW rather than UTC+10/+11. In the end, it's just to more or less figure out if the person that is talking to you may be sleeping or not. Nobody knows what...
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    I think it is a good idea to put the timezone in the signature of the messages. It helps in...

    I think it is a good idea to put the timezone in the signature of the messages. It helps in managing the expectations when someone is waiting for an answer, and may help the admins in some way. I just did. Thanks for coming to my TED talk!
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    I made a thread about the rules, and I want to give people a place to at least talk about them.

    I wanted to open a conversation about defining "political" in the discussion. Beyond partisan, and domestic or international politics, don't get me wrong. To my understanding, and after having used its software, and followed the Free Software movement for a couple of decades now,... Free...
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    Python on Linux - Install/uninstall/reinstall

    He can´t log in to the computer.
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    Python on Linux - Install/uninstall/reinstall

    The uninstall operation most like would have removed one or more PAM (authentication modules). If someone else knows that system so well to recommend an actual fix (I don't), pease do. Otherwise my best advise in terms of time v. benefits is to boot your computer with a Live distribution on a...
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    Python on Linux - Install/uninstall/reinstall

    Installing, upgrading and uninstalling Python is especially problematic on Linux, because many of the administration tools of most of the distributions are written in Python, and sometimes, when you try to unistall it, "things can happen" like, for example, uninstall most of Gnome Desktop...
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    How to customize terminal?

    You can use terminal enhancements like oh my zsh! if you use zsh (like I do), which come with a theming engine and you can install plenty of themes. I like them because you can see whether you are in a virtual environment (like the ones provided by rvm, nvm,...) and, if you're working with git...
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    It has arrived in all of its 1279 pages of glory

    It has arrived in all of its 1279 pages of glory
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    Yes, that's what they say, but they won't give you a strong answer "you should choose this...

    Yes, that's what they say, but they won't give you a strong answer "you should choose this because this and this". It's like "here are the brochures for you to choose LOL"
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    I’ve got 3 Pfizer’s because I didn’t have any criteria to choose any other. It’s funny how the...

    I’ve got 3 Pfizer’s because I didn’t have any criteria to choose any other. It’s funny how the authorities push the responsibility of choosing the vaccines to us —in my head, that’s why we have “GP”s ‍¯\_(ಠ_ಠ)_/¯
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    Web hosts that let you submit code and don't charge too much (or nothing)

    Be sure you set your email addresses on GitHub as hidden, and configure a redacted email address on your git settings for when you do commits. With git, every commit needs to have an email address from the author. Although it doesn't need to be real for your own stuff, and you can put any...
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    Web hosts that let you submit code and don't charge too much (or nothing)

    Yes, that URL is configured in the DNS panel at my domain provider against my GitHub pages site. I have some other stuff configured in my domain provider (an email hosting somewhere else), but that's just extra stuff. Thanks for the reading!
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    But nothing of John Travoltage has exploded!

    But nothing of John Travoltage has exploded!
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    Web hosts that let you submit code and don't charge too much (or nothing)

    All right, I'll detail a bit how GitHub pages work. GitHub is a git provider that offers a bit more on project and documentation management. They have built CI/CD pipelines and runtime environments that can fetch content from your repositories, and do things with them. In most cases, you want...
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    Booster taken!

    Booster taken!
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    Sad to read about your parents' health conditions. They're lucky to have you supporting.

    Sad to read about your parents' health conditions. They're lucky to have you supporting.
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    Web hosts that let you submit code and don't charge too much (or nothing)

    Do not expect bells and whistles and much control on GitHub Pages, though. It just publishes the content of a git repo, as is. At the price @KGIII offers, if I wanted to tinker with more complext environments myself I would go with it, honestly https://uhost.cyou/order-yearly/
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    Web hosts that let you submit code and don't charge too much (or nothing)

    They don't register domains. I personally use Cloudflare, that only charge the ICANN fee. Before they only accepted transfers, so I can only speak for the renewal process (the renewal fee is less than US $9/year for a .com) but now you can register with them. I think I checked the other day and...
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