stigatle

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In-reply-to » Now tell me how can I prevent monerod from hogging on my CPU. I'm on DragonFly BSD, cpulimit doesn't works, also nice doesn't. I believe this is an IRC question.

Often people run a node somewhere, then connect to it with the remote node feature from other machines. Or use a light wallet.
Cpu use will go down when block chain is synced. Also just a tip - check the prune blockchain feature to save a lot of space.

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In-reply-to » Posting from c++, fltk GUI.

Did some more work on the timeline stuff today, now I have added parsing of each status, so that I can get the data I need from each status (user, image url, text, links - all that stuff I need).

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In-reply-to » I have just taken a first aid course with the scouts. My last one was about five years ago, I reckon. I was pleasently surprised how much I still knew, at least when having the time to properly think about it and not being in an emergency situation. However, there was also heaps of stuff that I had forgotten over time. I feel confident for about half a year and then the oblivion sets in. The instructor did a very great job there, it was good fun and we all (re)learned a lot. I can highly recommend doing such a course regularly.

@lyse@lyse.isobeef.org always nice to know stuff like that! one day it can save someone :)

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In-reply-to » Nearly 40% of Software Engineers Will Only Work Remotely dcblogs writes: Despite the demand of employers like Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, AT&T and others, nearly 40% of software engineers preferred only remote roles, and if their employers mandated a return to the office, 21% indicated they would quit immediately, while another 49% said they would start looking for another job, according to Hired's 2023 State of Software En ... ⌘ Read more

The company I work work added a hybrid solution after covid restrictions lifted, we can work x amount of days a week from home.
Which was a great solution. Covid proved that everyone could work from home and still meet the project demands.
Personally I prefer the office, even if I have to be there alone (I worked for months alone there). But I also like the flexibility when I need it.

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the last days has been super busy, work, family, dog takes up most of my time (not that I complain). But I need to find some time for coding, so hopefully I can resume tonight for a couple of hours when kids has gone to sleep.

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I will try and write a small cli example project in rust, that will let you post a message on yarn through a server url. Once I have that - I will then try and write a client with GUI and all that. I have not used rust much - but I really want to learn it more. I usually stick with c++. Not sure how much time it’ll take to get started, but I’ll give it a try.

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getting a new phone soon. Ill go for a iphone 14 this time. I have always had android, but Im a bit tired of it now to be honest, want something else. I will get the standard model. the others are way too expensive. I use it mostly for photos, so I hope its good (either way it’ll be better then what I have now).

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I bought a 256GB usb a couple of weeks ago, I now want a OS on it with persistent storage.
I only have 1 drive on my newest laptop at the moment, so I do not want to dualboot and such, so a os on the usb stick is a nice option.
Tonight I’m testing NomadBSD - https://nomadbsd.org/index.html
Will flash it in a couple of minutes, hope it boots fine with my hardware.

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At least I started on something today. Been months and months since I did anything. I started on a asset I want to use in a short I want to make some day.
Not done yet at all, but blocking things out just so I get a feel for it.

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Norway is buying 54 new tanks.
Sweet upgrade.
All though the current war is a distance from Norway - it’s still our neighbour who is causing it. So it’s always in the back of my mind.

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Glad I got my test server that I can play around with. Been messing with docker today, and got nextcloud all set up the way I want, so now I can do the same on my VPS. Getting the hang of this now.

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Gonna buy some firewood today, to use in our firepit, love sitting outside late - make some good food for my kids on the fire, then just sit and talk and have fun, look at the stars etc :) Gonna be a nice weekend for sure.

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spent the day with my family as usual. went for a long hike with the dog so that they could sleep in this morning. we also made some food in our firepit this afternoon, which was really nice since its still cold outside. now the kids are sleeping, dog is sleeping, and me and my other half can chill with the tv on for a while. been a good sunday.

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I have a fanless pc, with intel I7 (if I remember correct). Today Ill get it installed with latest alma linux, set up the things I want with docker (I usually do not use docker I just do not like it), but I see how useful it can be, so Im going to force my self to use it. Then when all services are running Ill use wireguard to hook it up to my VPS. I think this will be a great setup.

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do anyone know anything about wireguard? I have a VPS, which runs nginx. If I then want tjat to host something from my house, do I then set up vps as wiregiard server, connect from my house to it - and then serve the wireguard client? or do it the other way around? I think I have to look into it this weekend. would be a nice way to test out things.

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