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  • I’ve used backblaze b2 for almost 8 years now and it just works. I’ve never had any data lost by them in that time.

    I just recently switched over to Storj.io as it a bit cheaper at only $4/TB as compared to B2 at $6/TB. Both are S3 compatible and work with just about every backup software out there. I have used Borg, Kopia and now Restic to do backups of important data. All 3 tools deduplicate all your data and reduces the amount of storage used. They also do encryption client side and are open source. They also have a built-in verification mechanism that checks the data is intact.









  • nickiam2@aussie.zonetoLinux@lemmy.mlLaptop companies: which one?
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    6 months ago

    I’ve had a framework for 2 years now. It’s run fedora, manjaro (arch based) and Debian with no major issues. Manjaro had some problems with KDE and the high DPI screen. Sometimes the scaling was inconsistent between apps. Fedora just works.

    Only hardware issue is the battery life is just not that great. And the trackpad doesn’t always work property, but I think that was a first generation issue that’s been resolved since.





  • Well actually, its usually much safer for a cyclists to keep moving at an intersection like that. It takes far less time for them to clear the intersection than coming to a full dead stop and starting again. I can see and hear everything on approach much better than anyone inside a 2 ton metal box. In some places its perfectly legal for a bicycle to treat stop sighs like a give way.

    Getting on the sidewalk often has its own hazards, like the sidewalk randomly ending and starting again for no reason, people, and shop doors.



  • nickiam2@aussie.zonetolinuxmemes@lemmy.worldI don't...
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    6 months ago

    Every time I update my flatpak apps I get a warning about deprecated libraries. I don’t think flatpak is the issue but rather apps being able to not update really old libraries that could have security patches available. Does anyone know of a way to force these old libraries to update?