We’re Open! Yep thats right we’re now open. Basically, I decided we’re open to community posts only just late last night. i got it listed out in the README.md file ion the git repository but there are a few rules. Rules We are NERDS not politicians. I’ll welcome a healthy debate, but lets not bring debates to a toxic level. Your post is subject to moderation. If your post brings a lot of controversy it will be deleted.
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Video Shownotes NixOS is a distro after my own heart, we cover the instalation and how cool I think it is, and yet somehow I got convinced by a guest known as Dem to try slackware, while I also goof around with Emacs a bit. You’ll find while the episode is long, we almost always have a good time. Links: NixOS Slackware GNU Emacs Subscribe Audio YouTube Social Media Blog
So I’ve been working on some audio stuff Here’s some audio smaples for my current setup. Linux Mint 20.3 PulseAudio Cinnamon Desktop Audio Technica AT2020 Alesis Multimix 4USBFX (I honestly hate this thing but it was cheap enough xlr at the time) nevoyu-sample.tar.gz Thats literally as raw a recording that a recording can be, I included the audacity project file too for proofs. but this mixer has no effects and the tuning is flat on the 12kHz and 80Hz and it feeds into the PC via the mixer’s usb port.
Why Linux? I use Linux as my primary operating system purely as personal preference. If you’ve looked at my previous post you’ll know I prefer to use Tiling Window Managers these days and honestly using Windows 10 or even MacOS just feels…. wrong to me. So allow me a momnent before I dig into these tools I need to make the disclaimer that they aren’t all open source or even free.
Updated 9/12/2022 Originally Titled “Setting Up NFS on Debian 10 Buster Video So there is a video guide I made a few months back. Required Packages Debian/Ubuntu: Server Only apt install nfs-kernel-server Client Only apt install nfs-common CentOS/Redhat/Fedora/ArchLinux/Gentoo dnf install nfs-utils Setting up the file share There’s a few things that need done here. First things first we need to pick a directory, or make one. Personally I usually make one right in the root “/” directory.
So last thurday I got woken up by a phone call from the temporary office I was employed with. The company I was contracted to work with elected to terminate me citing that I wasn’t following instruction from someone I never heard of. Talk about a bad time, at this point in my life for the year 2020 I’ve spent more time unemployed, than employed and honestly life’s been rough for me.