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Rustmilian

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Privacy & Foss advocate, and Linux user.
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Are there any discrepancies between the resources an OS uses when running in a virtual machine vs being ran directly?

I recently found out about a Linux Distro named Q4OS and I wanted to test out their claim that it only requires 256 MB of ram when using the trinity desktop environment. However, when I used the live cd in virt-manager with 256 MB or ram, it just kernel panicked at boot. So I then tried it with 512 MB of ram. In addition to some...

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SteamOS doesn’t run inside a container, it’s just an immutable image based system.

Android app dependency? (slrpnk.net)

I have found the translation from camera source feature useful in Google Translate and I use it from time to time. Last night was one such occasion, yet when I attempted to enable camera mode, I received the message shown in the screenshot, “Please install the latest Google app in order to use camera translation”. I...

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You have to switch the ROM completely for that, this seems to be a stock pixel thing.

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I know you probably mean newer Xbox games, but check out xemu if you like retro titles.

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linux-hardware.org and it’s hw-probe tool are also very good.

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The kernel driver for the RTL8852CE wireless card is driver rtw8852ce. This means that the driver is mainline, so it should work out of the box. Going to the git log for this particular driver, we can see it’s initial work was as added back in 2022-03-10, therefore it’s safe to assume that any Kernel released after that point will work. However, seeing that the latest fix was made in 2024-02-01, I highly recommend using any kernel after that date for the best experience. That said, go to releases and take a look at the chart; according to the chart and the previous information, you should be good with any Linux Kernel 6.1+. Heading back to the main page, the drivers you should be looking at are LTS (longterm) 6.1.87 and above, while I recommend stable 6.8.7+ for the lastest patches made to this driver.

I recommend using hw-probe and running :


<span style="color:#323232;">sudo -E hw-probe -all -upload -max -check-extended -dump-acpi -decode-acpi 
</span>

For a full and complete probe of the system.

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Using my knowledge of the Linux Kernel, I was about to locate the page. RTL8852CE’s driver is rtw8852ce located in the Rtw89 driver family subset.

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XDG Base Directory & XDG User Directories will help you immensely. At least, for the programs that follow the XDG specs. Also, check out XDG Ninja.

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To add to this, Dotfiles is a very helpful Arch Wiki page.

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You’ve miss interpreted my words.
Nobody is crying victim.
This is not about weather or not men’s issues are self imposed. It’s about the consistent oversimplification of the multifaceted problem that is men’s issues.

Men set these rules for other men

That’s not entirely true. There’s plenty of other factors you’re not taking into account. Fatherlessness, poverty, the lack of men’s mental health infrastructure and funding, the chosen ignorance of domestic violence against men & boys, the hashtag trending on Twitter back in May 2014, the sexualization of boys getting molested by women like some how that’s supposed to normal, female SO’s getting categorically lighter sentencing for the same crime, entrenched societal biases, the dismissal or trivialization of issues affecting men and so so much more. Then there’s the intersection of men’s issues with other marginalized identities, such as race, sexuality, and disability, creating additional complexities. Men’s issues are multifaceted and go beyond simplistic narratives like “men hurt men” copout bs.

and I can’t really wrap my head around the concept of men asking men to stop taking away the rights of men.

It’s easy once you realize that the problem with the “gender war” is not women vs men, it’s the poor vs the government + the rich.

Please consider watching :
Pt.1 & Pt.2 , I know they’re long, but you’ll have a much deeper understanding of my perspective.

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If it’s poor vs rich, why even mention gender?

Because the gender war is a symptom of poor vs rich + government and is the entire topic of this thread.

I agree we are all getting fucked by the system. The results of that in my life are different than how it affects your life. The system screws men in a different way than it screws women. It screws black people different than white people. It screws this religion different than that religion.

Exactly the point. Continuing that line of thought. Do you think, a solution for one group is just going to magically work for another?

It just sounds selfish to me when you acknowledge that the problem is bigger than “Men’s issues”. And although it’s not quite as bad, it reminds me of All Lives Matter.

How is this at all related?

Cancer has MANY symptoms. When someone is complaining about how they lost both their legs to cancer, and you’re like “But MY cancer occasionally makes me feel dizzy”, yeah, it sucks that you have cancer, and I wish you didn’t, but trying to equate your dizziness with amputation just makes you sound ignorant and desperate for attention.
By all means, let’s cure the cancer for everyone, but until we can do that, we should triage, and treat the most severe symptoms before we start worrying about the occasional dizziness.

Again you’re misinterpreting, using your cancer analogy, this is like :
P1 : “I have cancer and made huge strides to beat it, I know you have cancer too, use this and this and do this and this and take theses supplements & drugs, eat this diet, smile more, do this exercise, blah blah blah”
P2 : “We don’t even have the same type of cancer, you have Rhabdomyoma, I have Leukemia, what you’re suggesting doesn’t work or isn’t nearly as effective, cancer is way more complex than that.”
P1 : “Fuck you then.”

Again, Please consider watching :
Pt.1 & Pt.2 if you want a deeper understanding of my perspective.

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I did read. Read again.

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I’m dyslexic and have reading OCD, it takes me longer to write and development my argument.
I read your comment the first time, and as per my OCD, I’ll be reading it again.

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Without going through your experiences, I can’t fully understand how you have personally been punished for being a man.

You want to know my personal experience?
There’s so so much I could say. But I’m not comfortable with publicly trauma dumbing.
Without giving away too much, I will say that an event accord when I mearly 6, when I told, I was meet with scoffs of disgust, and called a lier, and the events continued for some time, years later, after I had already repressed it deep down and everyone forgot. My little sister comes out about a similar event that happened to her, and she was meet “omg!! That’s horrible!! We need to take immediate action, you should’ve come to us about this sooner”, note that we came out to the same people. More over, it likely wasn’t even the first time it happened, it’s just as far back as I can remember. That’s all I’ll disclose, if I think about it to much I’ll trigger an episode.

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not reminding people that sometimes bad things happen to men.

That’s not even what I’m trying to do, I’m just trying to make the point that it’s NOT THAT SIMPLE , it wasn’t simple for women, so why the fuck do people assume it’s simple for men. It’s not, it never will be, not for anyone who’s not in a position of power or wealth. Ready or not, it doesn’t matter. It took decades for women to build a movement capable of changing the system for them, it’s no different for men, men’s rights advocates have been fighting for men’s mental health for a very long time already and we still see no chance in the system.
You’ll hear a lot about “men made the system for men”, and that’s objectively and observably false, the Rich made the system for the Rich. Just because the 1% are men, doesn’t mean that 70% of homeless individuals aren’t also men. The Rich don’t care who gets fucked, as long as it’s not them.
I’d like to suggest once again, if you haven’t already Pt.1 & Pt.2.

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May I remind you, I’m not the one who brought up men’s issues in the first place. If Apytele left out :

Men are welcome to do the same whenever they’re ready, but for now a lot of men are just coping by crab bucketing this shit and bringing women back down.

We wouldn’t be having this conversation at all.
I have no issue with the rest of the comment. That particular part is clearly not in support of men, it’s not positive at all, putting the blame square on men’s shoulders and oversimplifying the problem. If she wanted to promote Women’s rights, that fine. If she intended to encourage men to join and fight for themselves this is not the way. That particular part is clearly made to create division, not unity.

I understand what you are saying and why. I’m not saying you are wrong. I’m explaining why you aren’t getting support from others.

I don’t care if I have support from others or not. I’m already used to never having my voice heard or being rejected, it makes no difference.

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Well yes. Unfortunately, the mens mental health industry is woefully underdeveloped and often not taken seriously. I’d go therapy if there was an option for me to do so, unfortunately there isn’t any in my region, non trained to deal with my personal circumstance at least. For a time I was going to therapy by my own regard but then the therapist who I was seeing passed suddenly in a car accident and there’s no one capable of replacing them.

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Thank you for at least engaging. OP didn’t even attempt that.

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I appreciate you.

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The focus was less on the suicide rates argument and more on the “have they tried smiling more?” response you’ll often hear from certain parties in an attempt to get across the insensitivity of the way OP presented men’s issues. I know I didn’t present that very clearly. Other than that, I agree with you.

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You bring up good points, and you’re right. I acted irrationally out of anger.
The insensitivity of the way she presented men’s issues… Tbh, it hurt me and it came out as intense anger that clouded my judgement and muddied the point I was trying to get across.
In retrospect, I should’ve handled it better and voiced my frustration more clearly and (much) less offensively. Sorry I blew up like that.
Thank you for your understanding and consideration. You’re quite kind hearted & empathetic, and have restored some of the little faith I have left in humanity. You keep on being you, you’re wonderful.

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I assume you’re excluding all the men who prefer a femdom ? IDK if many women know this, but men’s sexuality is often a LOT looser then Media lets on. There’s plenty of men who’d absolutely love to be thrown around like a rag doll.

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Yes, I understand. And it’s indeed a possible situation. But have you ever heard the phrase “they’re more afraid of you then you are of them”? Women have more social power than they realize, and the fear is due to specifically manipulative female individuals abusing that social power, even to the extent of violence. So the fear of abuse is a mutual feeling. There will always be bad people. Just please use your power carefully and honestly and work together to reduce evil people. Imo, addressing social economical problems will help greatly reduce the tensions between genders, and the only way to do that is by communicating in the first place.

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