In the shownotes for 13x12, you forgot the / to close a strong tag, which made everything below it bold:
> from the <strong>a<strong> package set
I had to restart Chrome due to a problem with the pointer texture on Chrome OS (the mouse pointer was a black block, and whenever I moved the mouse, the whole screen went black), and when I Ctrl-Shift-Alt-F2'd back into Arch, I noticed Firefox had gotten killed.
Coincidence? I don't think so.
This *could* be so that in situations where Firefox would get killed anyway due to Chrome restarting (i.e. Crostini), it gets TERMed nicely, so you don't lose any tabs, but I'm not so sure about that...
> Three vulnerabilities were discovered in systemd's journald: two memory corruption bugs and an information leak due to an out-of-bounds read.
> [These] could enable a local root shell in a matter of minutes.
I'm having some problems trying to run #enlightenment 22 (0.22.3-1.1 on openSUSE armv7l) - when running enlightenment_start, it crashes with this:
ESTART: 0.93087 [0.00001] - E_Shelf Init Done
ESTART: 0.93090 [0.00003] - MAIN LOOP AT LAST
open: Read-only file system
E - PID=303, valgrind=0
(Sometimes, I also get `free(): invalid pointer` above the open: line)
Any ideas on what I need to do? (And no, I definitely don't have a read-only FS.)
Oh boy oh boy. Did you know that password protected SSH keys regularly store the password hash as md5sum? (Except for ED25519 keys). Well, I didn't.
If your private key starts with something like
yeah, that's the kind. You can re-key though by running
ssh-keygen -o -p -f .ssh/my_private_key
Source and good further information here: https://latacora.singles/2018/08/03/the-default-openssh.html
The new-look Google Chrome, coming soon to a computer near you:
I mean, they decided to put the New Tab button on the LEFT, despite opening tabs to the right. 😕
If you want to try this new and "improved" look, go to chrome://flags/#top-chrome-md and set it to Refresh or Touchable Refresh, though I think you'll need to be in beta channel.
Note that I would not actually consider using Google Chrome for anything, I just haven't got round to removing Chrome OS yet.
Also coming: cursor motion blur.
For some reason, the Chrome OS file viewer doesn't show opus files as audio, but if I rename them to *any* audio/video type - ogg, mp3, wav, amr, webm, mp4, mkv, mpeg, flac etc. they play fine. Well, now I know how to impress people with hours of uncompressed audio in a small size.
This feature/bug can also be used to play video files in the audio player.
Yes, this works between image formats too.
Newer Chromebooks have support for reflashing the firmware/EC and accessing the serial console externally via USB, as long as the EC is working.
Newer Windoze devices have support for none of that, and anyway you'll be lucky finding anything with open source firmware from the last 5 years, let alone the EC.
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