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Zionism 101 (lemmy.ml)
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submitted 57 minutes ago by dvdnet62@feddit.nl to c/technology@lemmy.ml
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I don't think my lurking counts as breaking the rules, I'm just fulfilling my commitment late.

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submitted 39 minutes ago by breakfastmtn@lemmy.ca to c/world@lemmy.world

President Volodymyr Zelensky said that he anticipates the upcoming peace summit in Switzerland will yield an action plan addressing three key areas: free navigation to protect port infrastructure, global food security, and Ukraine's economic development.

Additional discussions will focus on nuclear and energy security to prevent attacks on critical infrastructure, and another key point will be about the exchange of captives and return of deported children.

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This is real. (lemmy.nowsci.com)
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submitted 47 minutes ago by Meltrax@lemmy.world to c/selfhosted@lemmy.world

I torrent to a seedbox, and said seedbox has great access tools and you can install plenty of useful applications like Resilio Sync, Syncthing, etc.

My local server is running Fedora Server OS. I'd like to get an automated 1-way sync up and running, but I'm having a lot of trouble. I was using Syncthing in the past, but it's really not meant for one way syncs and caused some issues. I've been trying to set up Resilio Sync, but on Linux I cannot figure out how to get access to the web UI. Resilio's own documentation is frustratingly obtuse - it's great for setting up the service under systemd but then basically has nothing about how to actually get webui access from another machine on the local network, excrot for a reference to a command that doesn't actually exist.

If anyone either 1) knows how to set up Resilio Sync on a Linux machine such that I can hit the web UI from another machine on my local network or 2) had a better way to set up 1-way sync between my seedbox and my local server, I would love to learn!

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Not a Number (jemmy.jeena.net)

Good price.

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Classic Rule (lemmy.blahaj.zone)
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This video documents the recent feats of 15-year-old Tetris master Alex T, and the discoveries players make by pushing the game farther than it has any right to go

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submitted 6 hours ago by rastro@sh.itjust.works to c/memes@lemmy.ml
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After some of the voice hype in February, I ordered a few ESP32-S2-BOX-3's from Mouser. Naturally, they ended up delayed and I only received them this week.

For my family's purposes, they work well and seem very likely to replace our google home/assistant devices.

Set up wasn't as straightforward as I'd hoped; the online advice seems out of date or mis-aligned to what's currently shipping. In short, even when following the instructions to the letter, set up was not as simple as I expected (seldom worked).

HOWEVER, once I decided to use the ESP Home Add On in HA for set up? All I really needed was a little experimentation, a single web search, and patience. I got consistent successful set ups and I'm a happy camper.

If you wanted to get these and you were waiting... I'm seeing them available in a number of places - including Amazon (hence this post).

If these become as common as I hope, this could help accelerate development and adoption of HA's push for fully local assistant and control. All I'm missing now is local AI. Patience may solve that one, too.

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