Selfhostable paper scanner database with OCR for easy search and encryption:
I'll play with this for sure when I get some hardware
@gritnot I think it is, Fedilab for example shows feeds from peertube instances which you can interact with.
@tilduke I think that apps which access secret service only have access to specified group, because if you have same app password in some other group app won't launch of it will throw error.
@tilduke I'm using it with KeePassXC addon on Firefox for autocomplete feature, article shows how to use KeePassXC for secret service instead of gnome-keyring (if you are using gnome DE) for example. This comes in handy if you don't have installed secret service on distro by default (such is Arch btw)
More about KeepassXC and its daemon for apps to store and search secrets:
How does timeshift work? Wouldn't backups die also in case of hdd/ssd failure or do you copy those backups somewhere else?
I like newer kernel and GPU drivers for gaming, thats why I keep latest working snapshot just in case.
How often do you take snapshots of your / folder? I'm just having one which is snapshot of last successful boot, reasoning is working kernel and GPU driver. I've made script which deletes old snapshot, takes new one and changes its permissions to write, I can boot from it in GRUB menu. I've seen people take many snapshots but I'm wondering whats reasoning behind it.
Fork coming soon?
Oh well, at least I hope so
@r000t There was a way to prevent setting up online MS account when installing Windows by not having internet on setup. What will happen if people do the same on setting up Windows 11? Is there hope?
Cryptomator works fine with WinBTRFS formatted hard drive on Windows. If you use same hard drive on both Windows and Linux with Cryptomator and you don't want low transfer speeds WinBTRFS driver is a solution. Link: