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[–] [email protected] 76 points 2 days ago (15 children)

I love how the ONE time they did, all the fears were validated.

[–] [email protected] 5 points 1 week ago

Comparing against COVID joblessness is a hell of a premise. I would argue it’s a much better measurement to use a ratio of rent/mortgage to income. It is undeniable that the cost of housing has far outpaced real income. Anecdotally, this has become much worse since the pandemic.

Additionally, averages are just averages. A decent average doesn’t negate the negative side of that average. In many ways, the current US economy is truly the best of times and the worst of times. If the cost of housing wasn’t so ridiculous, the other price increases would be more tolerable.

For some context, here’s a recent NPR article of the cost of housing: https://www.npr.org/2024/06/20/nx-s1-5005972/home-prices-wages-paychecks-rent-housing-harvard-report

[–] [email protected] -4 points 2 weeks ago (3 children)

Are you denying she’s horrible at her job? She’s quite possibly the worst-spoken press secretary ever.

[–] [email protected] 5 points 3 weeks ago

IMO, this is a discussion that should be taking place on the project's GitHub. I'm going to lock the comments so I don't get any more reports about commenters' behavior.

[–] [email protected] 9 points 3 weeks ago

Hilariously true

[–] [email protected] 2 points 1 month ago

I imagine this would be up to the application. What you’re describing would been seen by the OS as the device becoming unavailable. That won’t really affect the OS. But, it could cause problems with the drivers and/or applications that are expecting the device to be available. The effect could range from “hm, the GPU isn’t responding, oh well” to a kernel panic.

[–] [email protected] -5 points 1 month ago* (last edited 1 month ago) (2 children)

Red Hat (RHEL) is not based on any other distro, like Ubuntu is with Debian. RHEL is downstream of Fedora, meaning that RHEL developers can work on code that affects Fedora AND RHEL. This is not really true of Debian and Ubuntu. They are distinct projects with different goals. In many ways, Ubuntu is beholden to what Debian does. This isn’t usually a problem because Debian is very conservative in its approach to software. Ubuntu doesn’t usually have to worry about Debian screwing with something Ubuntu is trying to do.

Which, is all to say that there is no other distribution you can officially equate to RHEL like you can with Debian & Ubuntu.

[–] [email protected] 5 points 1 month ago (1 children)

It’s always entertaining for me. I think that speaks more to the performances of Ryan Gosling, Steve Carrell, and Brad Pitt more than the movie itself. But, the way it presents the facts of the collapse is also a little unique and fun.

[–] [email protected] 0 points 1 month ago* (last edited 1 month ago)

I still use the label 'homelab' for everything in my house, including the production services. It's just a convenient term and not something I've seen anyone split hairs about until now.

if nothing on it is permanent. You can have a home lab where the things you’re testing are self hosted apps. But if the server in question is meant to be permanent, like if you’re backing up the data on it, or you’ve got it on a UPS you make sure it stays available, or you would be upset if somebody came by and accidentally unplugged it during the day, it’s not a home lab.

A home lab is an unimportant, transient environment me

[–] [email protected] 7 points 1 month ago

Tailscale is an overlay network. It will use whatever networking is available. If only one of those NICs is a gateway, then that’s what will be used to reach remote Tailnet resources.

[–] [email protected] 4 points 1 month ago

Leaving this post here since it's an interesting project to keep an eye on, but the conversation isn't constructive. So, locking the comments.

[–] [email protected] 1 points 1 month ago

Would they have to be VLAN aware if the switch port was already tagged AND if OP doesn’t care to consider untagged traffic ?

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