I took my Les Paul guitar to a guy for a setup yesterday and I immediately want it back.

Roll on Friday.

@gbrnt Broken cable. except the broken bit is a short, stubby, molded plastic cable that one attaches a longer cable too.

Removed the moulded plastic cable, soldered and glued in a regular 'aux' cable. Not sure how long it'll last seeing as its a high stress part.

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Repaired some headphones today, yay. 馃帶

Set up Collectd, Influxdb and Grafana yesterday

Got graphs going on ALL my in-home infrastructure. Servers, routers... graphs for all the stats!

Hoping to get my cloud servers reporting stats soon also.

influx/collectd/grafana is a super simple stack to set up. Really easy to get them all talking to each other.

The longest bit was making the graphs.

I really need to figure out how to use Ardour as a looper, because you can do it with Ableton and that seems like a really, really cool way of making music.

Anyway, I should be back on mastodon now my server has some space to breath for a bit.

I let my mastodon instance fill up my server's entire disk again. 馃う鈥嶁檧锔

Except this time, it filled up SO much that postgres wouldnt start, and `rbenv` wouldnt activate because "No space left on device".

So I couldnt even purge all the mastodon cached stuff.

I managed to find a couple of files to delete and got back about 200MB of space, enough to activate the ruby-env and ask `tootctl` nicely to delete 15GB OF MEDIA.

I am going to make this a cron job now because this is the second time!!!

Ich habe mehr b眉cher auf Deutsch gekauft. Ich Der Marsianer war gut geh枚rt.

huh, Scaleway restarted my server ( because it moved physical hosts ) and some how that made Mastodon - which has been broken for a few months - start working again.

Noice.

Hi folks. I doubt you missed me.

@andybalaam Really useful to see how these things are coming along!

I do want to get a Pinephone, so it's good to know that it is at least as functional as a smartphone from, say, 2010.

However, I'm excited about having a proper linux machine in my hand, more than I am about having _apps_.

Today I completed learning the guitar part for Animal Crossing New Horizons 5pm jazz track...by 5pm.

I'm going to try and completely learn every instrument part in a day over the holiday because what are personal projects without deadlines like work projects.

Tomorrow, perhaps the bass part or maybe try the drums part on my cajon.
Can't do the piano chords on a piano because its under moving-house boxes, so I might substitute guitar until after we move in January.

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@rixx FWIW - the sidecar file format is not particularly well documented. But it is XML and fairly obvious.

I've written some scripts to deal with bulk actions using the side-cars before. e.g "Archive all images rated less than 3 stars in a tarball."

@rixx Darktable certainly has both bulk editing ( in the gui, and to some extent on the cli ) and tagging and searching/sorting features.

It is more of a RAW manager/editor. But it works with most image formats, runs on most systems, and stores image data in side-car files instead of a central database.

The latter is nice because your tags, ratings, edits etc sit next to the image in your backups and such, instead of you having to backup some secret sqllite file in ~/.config

I 鉂わ笍 Darktable.

OMG - I finally found the button for "Only use the VPN for connections on this network" in KDE's NetworkManager applet and I can once again use Spotify while on the work VPN!

I cant believe this little button is so easy to find on GNOME but is so incredibly hidden in KDE.

I can see why you dont want this to be accidentally clicked when using a VPN for 鉁 Privacy 鉁 - but when using a VPN for it's actual purpose, you pretty much ALWAYS want this turned on.

Today happens to be a day when I have enough energy to do some hobby projects.

So I'm working on my project to run modern Linux 4.x kernels on a Kobo eReader from 2010.

Current, new, attack angle - Can we push a linux image over serial with u-boot. So I dont keep destroying SD cards testing kernel builds, and can iterate faster.

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