I bought my first SSD yesterday (and another 8 Gb RAM module for my laptop). I installed them and today was reinstalling Windows, because, apparently, you can't just clone HDD to SSD, if you have a Windows partition. In case of Linux, it was literally a case of changing two config values, the system on a cloned partition works perfectly. I had more issues with making my Slackware boot, but it was UEFI that I had to combat. Now my laptop is blazing fast with only a CPU being the bottleneck!
Firecrest Responsive on Github – fsLeg's blog https://t-rg.ws/S9q1B
Raichu Libre – fsLeg's blog https://t-rg.ws/EK8Rk
New Year - New Engine – fsLeg's blog https://t-rg.ws/d7DPy
I think I've had enough Pokémon for now. 67+ hours later I have completed the story, have the entire team at level 100 (had it even before the Champion Cup), caught and leveled up gigantamax Corviknight with Mirror Armor ability, have a kickass outfit and a League Card I'm proud of. Finally, I can calm down and get some sleep...
Last night I downloaded Pokemon Sword (FYI, I placed a pre-order for a physical copy), so this is my life for the next couple of weeks.
My friends' life is so exciting. #vk
What a day! First Postal 4, not Slitherkitty releases a new album. Check it out here: https://slitherkitty.bandcamp.com/album/versus-iii-endless-nightmare
It's a good thing there are multiple implementations of DNS-over-HTTPS (and DNS-over-TLS). However, we still need a widespread use of encrypted SNI. There're a lot of tutorials on how to enable it in a browser, except nothing but Cloudflare supports it on a server side yet, so currently it's kinda pointless. When we finally get ESNI, DNS-based censorship will be a thing of the past and the only problem remaining would be blackhole routes which are easy to bypass with tunnels.