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I run 16 Bit Virtual Studios. You can find more reviews from me on YouTube youtube.com/@16bitvirtual or other social media @16bitvirtual, and we sell our 3D Printed stuff on 16bitstore.com

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While you are technically correct, I feel there are better ways to raise awareness. Like pointing to verified sources that shows that she is an asshole, and why people shouldn’t support her.

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Printed on a PrusaMK4, prusa sclicer is a good starting point, but also good filament helps.

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It’s easy to forget that this isn’t Reddit and posts can have descriptions. It’s why I like using lemmy.

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ELI5: when a computer stores something like a file or a folder, it needs to know where it lives and where its contents are stored. Normally where the a file or folder lives is the same place as where its contents are. But there are times where a file may live in one place and its contents are elsewhere. That’s a symlink.

So for your video example, the original video is located in Downloads so the video file will say I am movie.mp4 and I live i live in downloads, and my contents are in downloads. While the symlink says, I am movie.mp4 I live in home, and my contents are in downloads over there.

For a video player, it doesn’t care if the file and the content is in the same place, it just need to know where the content lives.

Now how software will treat a symlink as an absolute. For example if you have 2 PCs synced with cloud storage, and both downloads and home is being synced between your 2 pcs. Your cloud storage will look at the symlink, access the content from pc1 and put your movie.mp4 in pc2’s downloads and home. But it will also put the contents in both places in pc2 since to it, the results are the same. One could make software sync without breaking the symlink, but it depends on the developer and the scope of the software.

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Game Boy Zelda is best Zelda.

I love Links Awakening due to nostalgia, but Oracle of Ages is still the longest game I’ve played (since I’ve yet to beat it). Seasons is fine but not my cup of tea, and minish cap is a bit too shaort

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It’s linked in the article, but as a TL:DR.

  1. Go to this link -> spotpassarchive.github.io
  2. Scroll Down until you find the links in the middle of the page (Says Nintendo 2DS/3DS)
  3. Click on the link which is right for you and your hardware, works best if you’ve modded, but can work if you don’t mod
  4. Run the dumping software, it will upload the results automatically. If it doesn’t or errors out you can manually upload it.
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I am doing my part 🫡!

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I am doing my part 🫡!

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I am just happy it turned out well… and my e-reader case had easy access to the cover fabric. That’s 1 point for making your own case.

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In retro spect, Nintendo E-card reader being called e-reader is rather confusing. Though would’ve been fun if I got an e-card with Pokemon Manga on it. 🤣

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It booted into a GUI afterwards, and had grub installed.

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Dang it. I swore I typed it out right. Uggh,

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They have a cross walk now, I feel so safe now.

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It did and it went by so fast I couldn’t take a pic.

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Ubuntu Late 2000’s. I wanted it because of the CUBE. But left because the only game which worked was TF2.

I've Installed multiple Linux Distros on my Editing Rig to see how well Davinci Resolve Studio works. Here are the results.

So a couple of weeks ago, I made this post asking for help from those who used Linux and Davinci Resolve, and their experience. To those who’s response was effectively “I use arch btw”, I hear you, but that wasn’t the question I wanted to ask....

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Yup, this is my work desktop with the sole purpose of it being for work. The last thing I want to do or desire to do on it is configure my machine to get to the point I can start working. Mint does that

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I was hoping it would be too TBH. DNF5 is looking promising and I know Fedora can game. Maybe it’s just a quirk of the Cinnamon Spin of it. Probably isn’t but I can’t think of what else it could’ve been.

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I have no clue.

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I think you need to define “normal”.

Normal as in, drag and drop clips and music then output the results. Not much since they are both free, but Kden arguably better is better since it’s compatible with AAC audio.

Normal as in, doing YouTube for fun. Then the workflow is a lot easier, like being able to duplicate entire video tracks, or change the order of the layers. A very robust effects system with Fusion that can be copied to other clips in a timeline.

I personally prefer Resolve for my workflow, as it makes my life easier. But I do usually have Kden on my laptop since (a) Resolve doesn’t work on Intel GPUs… yet (b) I see it as a better MS Movie Maker.

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For me the “best of Gnome” was having the online accounts actually be usable in the desktop. In KDE if I was to sign in to my Google account my calendar events wouldn’t show up in my desktop calendar, while one Gnome and by extension Cinnamon it does.

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