Apparently #ZFS isn't keen towards the nested/interdependent pools. Eg: (home and storage pool. home/user as /home/user and storage/home/user/something as /home/user/something). This is hit and miss depending on which one gets imported first.
And with same cables, same displays, without proprietary drivers, resolution is 1080p no issues. during the whole boot process. Which is then BTW flicker-free!
So, Fuck you nvidia! I repeat. Fuck you nvidia!
I'll probably take a plunge and just get RX 5700 XT and be done with this torture.
Any experiences with those new AMD cards?
So after installing nvidia drivers on Fedora quite a few things get on my nerves.
For example, Wayland is automatically disabled although it works if you enable it like so: https://medium.com/@alex285/how-to-enable-eglstreams-on-fedora-29-30-gnome-nvidia-wayland-fa28a67663bf
Performance on wayland sucks regarding gaming. Within wayland session FPS on Counter Strike Global Offensive is like 19 FPS, while on Xorg Session with proprietary drivers it's 290... Small difference right?
Why the hell is nvidia unable to set proper resolution during the boot? Goes to 1024x...
Only thing worse than not having answer to the "Why is it not working?" is, once you fix it, not having answer to the "Why is it working?". #ThoughtsAndPrayers 💩
I've written a small article about migrating to Miniflux (used to use TT-RSS) https://www.tomica.net/blog/2019/08/migrating-to-miniflux
Oracle shipped nine security fixes to curl yesterday: https://linux.oracle.com/errata/ELSA-2019-1880.html - fixes we announced in **2016**. We've announced several more problems after that for the version they ship...
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