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  1. LorenDB

    I resized my EFI system partition but it didn't completely work

    I actually have a Live USB version of openSUSE available; they prefer a non-live disk, but make live versions available. Hmm. I think that the idea of trying a second ESP is interesting, to be sure. In that case, I could in just spin up a live CD/USB to fix my fstab if the second one doesn't...
  2. LorenDB

    I resized my EFI system partition but it didn't completely work

    Whoopdedoo, it's Monday. Here's the state of affairs: @wizardfromoz: Here's what you wanted: [email protected]:~$ sudo blkid | grep -i "/dev/sda" /dev/sda2: UUID="54975df9-53bf-42e5-a3f2-eb4e8ecd90a5" UUID_SUB="a81fc99b-91d2-4fa3-bd8b-cf97980c5869" BLOCK_SIZE="4096"...
  3. LorenDB

    I resized my EFI system partition but it didn't completely work

    I am enjoying my weekend, so no output until Monday. Right on there. I tend to try to fix my own problems. If great minds think alike, then we must have great minds! Of course... It's the weekend! So, to borrow your famous farewell... Avagudweegend!
  4. LorenDB

    I resized my EFI system partition but it didn't completely work

    A while back, I resized the EFI system partition on my work PC (yes, I know, it seems to be the one that I mess up the most) from ~100 MB to ~300 MB using KDE Partition Manager, since it was full. However, I just realized today that it is not being detected as resized by the kernel (although KDE...
  5. LorenDB

    Borked network, likely due to Samba

    The plot thickens... I restored a backup of my /etc folder from several months ago; the network functions fine now. Time for some real debugging of what needs restored and what can be kept in its present state.
  6. LorenDB

    Borked network, likely due to Samba

    OK! Here come the promised gory details: I've given up on correctly connecting Samba for now; I'd rather have my internet back. I have tried to reset all my settings to the original setttings (meaning the ones that worked before). However, restoring both /etc/samba and /etc/NetworkManager from...
  7. LorenDB

    Borked network, likely due to Samba

    The other day I was messing around with Samba settings in YaST on my work PC trying to get logged into our Windows network. In the process, I managed to bork my network settings so that Plasma's network widget shows a connection without any internet access. VirtualBox VMs can access the 'net...
  8. LorenDB

    Disallow an app to run on WSL

    Also, if your app is free software, it's only a matter of time until somebody decides to port it to WSL (in other words, decides to remove the WSL restrictions from your code).
  9. LorenDB

    Microsoft

    Hmm... Maybe this would be better in off topic? @wizardfromoz @KGIII
  10. LorenDB

    Crowdstrike on Linux

    I can confirm that it works, since I have it on my work PC (openSUSE Tumbleweed). (Yes, I realize that this is an older thread, but thought I'd add my $0.02 since this thread was recently active.)
  11. LorenDB

    We have kernel devs? Nice! (I'm not a kernel dev myself, but it's great to see people interested...

    We have kernel devs? Nice! (I'm not a kernel dev myself, but it's great to see people interested in doing that sort of stuff. They can take care of the kernel, I'll do the GUI apps.)
  12. LorenDB

    Post a screenshot of your Desktop

    Can't fool me with that one! Neofetch is quite configurable, isn't it?
  13. LorenDB

    A Neat GitHub Easter Egg.

    It *is* VSCode. Since it's written in Electron, VSCode can be easily ported to browser use, and in fact is in use in various locations: for example, go to https://github1s.com/KGIII/uMatrix. I don't think that this is exactly an easter egg, either: it's a serious productivity feature (but the...
  14. LorenDB

    Automation like window on Linux

    Of course, I suppose you could always write some sort of abstraction layer so you could keep the Win32 calls but have them redirect to Qt or WxWidgets. That is not recommended, however.
  15. LorenDB

    Automation like window on Linux

    You're not going to get those exact functions unless you program for Windows using WINE. Otherwise, you should just pick a different toolkit for your GUI programming like Qt.
  16. LorenDB

    Post a screenshot of your Desktop

    Somebody should sell those stickers, made out of the same material that the old "Windows XP" and such stickers were made out of, for Linux users to put on their PCs. Maybe they should even sell a version of my avatar...
  17. LorenDB

    Using package managers for privilege escalation - an interesting read.

    Looks like an interesting read.
  18. LorenDB

    Using package managers for privilege escalation - an interesting read.

    Ooh, that's not good. That is why you leave permissions set to require sudo authentication for everything except for maybe a few special cases.
  19. LorenDB

    Luca Mazzucchelli psicologo

    The translated post, according to DeepL, is as follows: Telegram runs on other OSes than just Linux, so while we'd be glad if you wanted to try Linux, you don't need to install it just to use Telegram. Hope this helps.
  20. LorenDB

    Post a screenshot of your Desktop

    My school has a room with some desktops (running Windows 7) where students can work on assignments. They are all set to the same wallpaper, and a regular user can't change it. Whenever I spin up a Linux live USB, people go "How did you change the wallpaper?!"
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