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#1 Re: DIY » Minimalism Tips » 2021-04-09 16:44:47

For flac - via sox

3.7 MiB +   1.2 MiB =   4.9 MiB	play
play 10-That\'s\ When\ I\ Reach\ For\ My\ Revolver.flac

#2 Re: DIY » Minimalism Tips » 2021-04-09 16:36:55

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

EDIT: death to MP3! Lossless compression ftw!

How about ogg?

2.8 MiB +   2.0 MiB =   4.8 MiB	ogg123
ogg123 /home/anticap/Music/Leftfield/Leftfield-Leftism/01.Release\ the\ Pressure.ogg

#3 Re: DIY » Minimalism Tips » 2021-04-09 15:40:06

 1.8 MiB + 796.5 KiB =   2.6 MiB	mpg123.bin

#4 Re: Other Issues » gnome compile issue » 2020-12-09 13:32:19

Sorry, I meant this problem you are having with;

libelogind0 : Conflicts: libsystemd0

not the brightness issue.

#6 Re: Hardware & System Configuration » How to make devuan boot with Secure Boot enabled the way antiX does it » 2020-12-02 21:19:26

Ulysses_ wrote:

Alright. How do you feel about this?

Instead of answering the question that you know the answer to better than anyone

Pass.

#7 Re: Hardware & System Configuration » How to make devuan boot with Secure Boot enabled the way antiX does it » 2020-12-01 22:54:54

Ulysses_ wrote:

You haven't heard the last of me in that topic. People are not as naive or stupid as you think and that is why they have left. If the .efi's and grub configs you and ubuntu are using are open source it makes sense to have people check them and include them elsewhere if they have to.

More comedy gold from you.

1.  "that is why they have left." More vagueness from you. Who has left and what have they left?

2. "If the .efi's and grub configs you and ubuntu are using are open source it makes sense to have people check them and include them elsewhere if they have to." - and yet you ask Devuan to 'mix some of MX into devuan', the same stuff that antiX uses!

#8 Re: Hardware & System Configuration » How to make devuan boot with Secure Boot enabled the way antiX does it » 2020-12-01 22:00:25

Ulysses_ wrote:

Can't we mix some of MX into devuan?

Why would you want to do that after this post of yours?

MX/AntiX is the work of a state-sponsored political extremist who is openly in the payroll of a state and at the same time pretends to be against the system. Can't be trusted for anything to do with security, privacy, cryptocurrencies, anti-surveillance. Might as well install ubuntu.

https://www.linuxquestions.org/question … ost6188829

Read on for more laughs later in the same thread

#9 Re: Devuan Derivatives » dwm on Miyo (Devuan Ceres- rolling) » 2020-10-31 21:42:29

My guess is that it is down to MX having some systemd while Miyo/Devuan/antiX doesn't.
Or it is a kernel or firmware issue(?)
It would be interesting to find out how well connman works on MX (for manyroads).

Later: The only other thing I can think of is that Miyo/Devuan/antiX all use eudev rather than udev (MX Linux) and elogind.

#10 Re: Devuan Derivatives » dwm on Miyo (Devuan Ceres- rolling) » 2020-10-31 10:36:52

He removed connman and saw that network-manager is also faulty on his box.
So, connman did not bork his system, something else did.

#11 Re: News & Announcements » Beowulf 3.0.0 is here! » 2020-06-23 18:58:45

seems like the refracta one is not connected to the net.

#14 Re: Devuan » Why apt still links to libsystemd0? » 2020-06-04 15:31:50

Isn't it a symbolic link to libelogind.so.0?

#15 Re: News & Announcements » debuan below stable » 2020-05-10 14:16:13

Just to point out that antiX is a lot older than Devuan and released a systemd-free version before Devuan did.
We cleaned systemd out the code before Devuan.

But that isn't really the point.

Debian Buster is much easier to keep systemd out than its predecessor was.
This is due to the work carried out by the Debian init-diversity group (some of whom are also devs/coders for Devuan).

You do know that Devuan uses the Debian repos don't you?

BTW - I'm not here to criticize Devuan. They chose what they think is the best way to build a systemd-free distro.
Good luck to them and I do admire their work.

#16 Re: News & Announcements » debuan below stable » 2020-05-09 14:29:35

bimon wrote:

Does anyone know any other Linux distribution without systemD the same stable as Devuan and Slackware?

Yes. antiX!

#17 Re: Off-topic » deb.sury.org now requires systemd » 2020-04-15 12:38:42

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:

They don't use antiX's nosystemd repositories. Perhaps anticapitalista will confirm this, I see them lurking here regularly.

MX-19.1 no longer uses antiX repos at all.

#19 Re: Devuan » Debian has fallen. What now? » 2019-12-28 19:12:07

However,

Packages may include support for alternate init systems besides systemd and may include alternatives for any systemd-specific interfaces they use

Let's hope that those packagers that do include support for alternate init systems besides systemd in buster will continue to do so.
We at antiX have found buster to be much better in terms of init-diversity than stretch was.

#20 Re: Off-topic » Show your desktop (rebooted) » 2019-11-30 15:28:20

Ogis1975 wrote:
Nili wrote:

...but showing the above wasn't my goal, this is the first time i have come down to this level tweaking "x86_64" so low in ram.I wouldn't reach it if wasn't for Devuan 2.1 wink

Very impressive!


Yes, very impressive. How did you manage to get xorg RAM usage so low?

#21 Re: DIY » No dbus and compiling FF » 2019-11-27 11:26:52

2 people refusing to use capital letters in one thread...

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