Install Linux Mint Debian Edition 6 I am assuming, that you want to use a Debian based Operating System (not Ubuntu based) and you want Proxmox, Docker and GPT4All installed on your Laptop. Here I am using Linux Mint Debian Edition 6
let’s get started: Go trough installation process
Install Proxmox VE Upgrade the system and install some basic tools
sudo apt update && sudo apt dist-upgrade -y sudo apt install vim git curl wget htop ssh netcat-traditional openvpn Cerate a Interface used for LXC Containers: edit /etc/network/interfaces
How do make a local debian apt mirror To create a local Debian APT mirror, you can follow these general steps:
Set up a server: You will need a server with sufficient storage capacity and network bandwidth to host the mirror.
Install the necessary packages: Start by installing the apt-mirror package, which is available in the Debian repositories. Use the following command to install it:
sudo apt-get install apt-mirror Configure the mirror: Open the apt-mirror configuration file using a text editor.
One evening, an old Indian was sitting around the campfire with his son. It had grown dark. The trees around them cast eerie shadows and the fire crackled and crackled as the flames licked into the sky.
The Indian gazed thoughtfully into the flames.
“The flame light and the darkness, are like the two wolves, that dwell in our hearts.”
Questioningly, his son looked at him. After a time of silence, the Indian began to tell his son a story.
Mitigating Unauthorized Web Scraping Bot Traffic The current design of Nitter, along with its methodology for accessing the Twitter service, necessitates heightened vigilance on the part of instance operators to manage unwarranted access by web scraping bots. This guide is intended to provide operators with essential information to effectively mitigate unauthorized web scraping bot traffic.
Prerequisites Before proceeding with the rate-limiting setup, ensure that you have:
A functional Nitter installation located at /opt/nitter.
Generals 4chan is full of shit, but it also provides some interesting and in useful information, here I’ll summarize the so called “Generals”
/sdg/ - Stable Diffusion General SDXL v1.0 download
ComfyUI (Node-based): https://rentry.org/comfyui
AMD GPU: https://rentry.org/sdg-link#amd-gpu
Anapnoe UX: https://github.com/anapnoe/stable-diffusion-webui-ux
Run cloud hosted instance
Try online without registration
What I do for prepping I think it’s more than likely that it comes to a blackout in Germany. So I am starting to prepare for it. Here’s what I got so far, which will last some days. It’s only the beginning and I’ll post updates some time.
items 40 Liter water
– In 10 Liter Canisters Water filter
– Can make river water drinkable. You can screw it on a standard bottle Micropur Forte
Uberduck Snoop Dogg - Alpaka Text
Input: write a hip-hop song about hackers, the illuminati, the new world order, freedom of speech and Aliens
Hacking is our passion, we’ll take it to extremes
Gonna use this skillz for good not evil designs
Ripping through firewalls like they ain’t shit
Spreadin the truth and spreadin the bit
Takin down corrupt systems in a single night No one can stop us, cause we always fight right.
The Lone Wolf https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=or3UZajR6Ao
[Part1] Its gray fur completely bites but still keeps warm His pack uncontrollable but it follows him well-behaved The hunger so big always on the hunt Eyes dull, but teeth still sharp The room too narrow to breathe But even the sharpest claws become dull on the street Food becomes scarce, remains a growling stomach There are almost only wolves dressed as sheep So he moves away from here Because no plant grows on burnt soil So the rest remains for the rest Because only who comes first is the one who always has enough meat From gamma to alpha, from puppy to leader Is one of the best, one of the last of its kind Shares its food also with the weakest link of the chain, if it asks him Lives by unwritten rules, honor still flows through his veins He knows that you have to have them, too, rather than just talking about them But let them speak