@martinfeld WOW just 😱
@manton oh wow I didn’t know about this
@manton Never-mind :) It updates itself anyway. weird!
@manton This is greyed out for me :/ Not sure why
@canion I would recommend buying yourself a cable tester! 😁
@canion To your own server. They belong to you or wherever you decide to run/host it :) -- If OTOH you choose to use my public instance then the data is stored on my NAS hosted by my Home Infra (a Rack with some equipment and decent enough Internet). There is no POI (Personal Identifiable Information); each video is uploaded and stored with a UUID. There is of course the option to optionally provide a Title and Description of your uploaded videos and a hidden feature to import videos from Youtube and Vimeo.
@manton Does it auto-update?
@Burk OK then the iPad Pro is kind of useless to me then
@Burk Lots of Terminal, SSH, Vim and other coding activities
@Burk Hey Burke! What is the experience like by the way on the iPad OS? Can you do similar things to what you can on macOS or is it rather more limited like iOS is on iPhone?
@manton here here
@Burk I’ve used Buxfer for yeArs! How does it compare?
@maury Is that centigrade or Fahrenheit?! 🤣
@Burk Never heard of it til now. But just looking at what it is and what it has to offer; its not even remotely the same as Plex. Can't compare Apples to Oranges here. This is just an App AFAICT.
@truefalse But that's
apt for you :D
@truefalse Lots of things don't work when you run out of resources; but the thing to note here is that there are many pieces of software that misbehave incorrectly when running into such problems :) If you can't open a file or write to a file because there is no space left, then say so!
@manton it’s okay it doesn’t exist 🤣
@V_ Oh it’s only 5 m or 16 feet in my garage, but you got to realize I’m actually vision impaired/legally blind 😁 I do this mostly to build up muscle memory and technique
@Burk That's why I asked :) I also would count all of the Homebrew installed Formulae too :)
Fri Jan 31 07:57:11
$ echo $(($(brew ls --versions | wc -l) + $(cd /Applications && ls -1 | wc -l)))
@Burk How do you count this on your Mac?