Btw, I made a spicy chilli chutney that was awesome. I followed this recipe, but the second time I did it I just parboiled the chillis. They don’t have enough flesh to peel if you brook them. https://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/vegetables-recipes/cheeky-chilli-pepper-chutney/
Rabbit rabbit rabbit. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rabbit_rabbit_rabbit
@e8johan So many people replying with stuff not exactly on target of your question (like me). How many people have some anacronistic "think of the environment" message at the bottom of their emails, with a 3Kb picture of a tree? What does that add to the storage, network, and processing costs of technology over the lifetime of that stupid signature line? Does it save more energy than the number of emails that might have been printed otherwise?
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The game ERICA is free on PS+ this month. A bit of a graphic horror film with a bit of choose your own adventure. Many different endings supposedly. Gonna do my second play through. Takes a couple hours. There’s no shortcuts either. Kinda interesting. I avoided everything obvious the first time through. I suppose I might eventually do them.
@zatnosk no. My point is that when I have a very small task to do, sifting through 10K of comments that serve as documentation is not helpful at all. I was reacting to the idea of all config files carrying copious documentation. There are some packages out there like that, and it’s less helpful than you might think.
@zatnosk I dunno. I’ve used systems where every config file is like 10K of comments and I only need to I comment 3 lines. Drives me crazy.
@xvilo I found a way to download a factory flash on it. There’s a standard root ssh to it. But the board I have is a MAG325, not a 324, and the 5 is for security. :) it is more locked down and doesn’t have ssh enabled. I’m gonna spend more time and try to flash it into a development mode.
It’s a MAG324 IPTV device from Infomir. I have reflashed it. Now I have to figure out how to ssh into it. Want to turn it into a more general device.
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