LUP 307: What's your NextCloud?¶
- Air Date: 2019-06-25
- Duration: 79 mins 29 secs
About this episode¶
Go full self-hosted with our team’s tips, and we share our setups from simple to complex.
- These 5D Glass Discs Store 360 TB Of Data For 13.8 Billion Years — Researchers at the University of Southampton have showcased their new nanostructured glass discs that have the ability to store digital data for billions of years. The university announced that they've managed to build a device that can store huge amounts of data on small glass discs using laser writing
- The Raspberry Pi 4 launch site runs on a Pi 4 cluster | Ars Technica — The Raspberry Pi 4 Model B has launched. It's a pretty big upgrade from the Raspberry Pi 3, with the company claiming that the device can provide "desktop performance comparable to entry-level x86 PC systems."
- Is 4 GB The Limit For The Raspberry Pi 4? | Hackaday — It’s not the lack of an Oxford comma that caught his eye, but the tantalising mention of an 8 GB Raspberry Pi 4. Could we one day see an extra model in the range with twice the memory? It would be nice to think so.
- Buy a Raspberry Pi 4 Desktop Kit – Raspberry Pi — Full desktop computer kit - just connect to HDMI display(s)
- Steam is dropping support for Ubuntu, but not Linux entirely | PC Gamer — Last Friday, a developer at Valve announced that Ubuntu Linux 19.10—which is due to come out this October—won't be supported by Steam. Valve is still supporting Linux, just not future versions of the Ubuntu operating system.
- Pierre-Loup Griffais on Twitter — Ubuntu 19.10 and future releases will not be officially supported by Steam or recommended to our users. We will evaluate ways to minimize breakage for existing users, but will also switch our focus to a different distribution, currently TBD.
- Statement on 32-bit i386 packages for Ubuntu 19.10 and 20.04 LTS | Ubuntu — Thanks to the huge amount of feedback this weekend from gamers, Ubuntu Studio, and the WINE community, we will change our plan and build selected 32-bit i386 packages for Ubuntu 19.10 and 20.04 LTS.
- What it takes to run a 32-bit x86 program on a 64-bit x86 Linux system — Suppose that you have a modern 64-bit x86 Linux system (often called an x86_64 environment) and that you want to run an old 32-bit x86 program on it (a plain x86 program). What does this require from the overall system, both the kernel and the rest of the environment?
- Nextcloud — The self-hosted productivity platform that keeps you in control
- NextCloud Phone Sync
- NextCloud workflow scripts
- Nextcloud Registration Plugin
- NextCloud Keep or Sweep
- Nextcloud News
- Nextcloud file-drop — Convenient and secure file exchange for enterprises.
- Install Nextcloud for Linux using the Snap Store
- NextCloud docker-compose examples
- LinuxServer.io NextCloud docker image
- CSRF Check Failed · Issue #768 · nextcloud/ios
- lexicon — Manipulate DNS records on various DNS providers in a standardized way.
- ARandR: Another XRandR GUI — ARandR is designed to provide a simple visual front end for XRandR. Relative monitor positions are shown graphically and can be changed in a drag-and-drop way.
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