@tejrnz I always enjoy happy endings
@tejrnz “I know this is hard, Terry, but you had to learn sometime.”
brain4 should’ve been drawterm
:brain1: Broken xsession
:brain2: Working xsession
:brain3: No X11 at all
:brain5: Quit computers
@orbjet I probably wasn’t very clear. I’m trying to create a situation where I can manage a private, remote repository of packages. If I just create a package locally, then I can just use installpkg. slackpkg+, as I understand it, is a plugin (?) for slackpkg that allows pulling from third-party remote repositories.
Hey, #slackware folks, I’m looking at moving a server over to use Slackware, but I have some packages I’ll need to build myself (which I assume is pretty common).
Is slackpkg+ the go-to for installing from private repos? Or should I be looking at something else?
"The lesson is that privacy is public — it is a collective good that is logically and morally inseparable from the values of human autonomy and self-determination upon which privacy depends and without which a democratic society is unimaginable."
@vi What's the Rust Evangelism Strike Force on about now?
"Zeus still has an AOL account": The Girlfriend’s Guide to Gods by Maria Dahvana Headley https://www.tor.com/2020/01/23/a-girlfriends-guide-to-gods-maria-dahvana-headley/
One in a million is next Tuesday:
@Gina Any person who crosses you will live to regret it, or might not live at all!
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