submitted 8 months ago by queue@beehaw.org to c/piracy@lemmy.dbzer0.com

Hello, I want to make it clear that I know how to use my raspberry pi 3b+, I know how to torrent, and I have a general idea how to bind qbittorrent to a VPN on linux.

My questions are this:

  • My Raspberry Pi is running Pi-Hole to help manage the entire adblocking, since my brother refuses to install one despite having 2 viruses in the last year.
  • My Raspberry Pi is also plugged into the router via Ethernet
  • I can install AirVPN, I can slowly figure out their terminal client

How do I make it so qBittorrent is binded to the VPN, but the VPN doesn't filter the DNS requests so my already slow internet into 1993 speeds.

Mainly just asking here, since reddit is dead to me, and I don't want to ask a discord.

submitted 8 months ago by queue@beehaw.org to c/linux@lemmy.ml

Some of you have been following on IRC, some of you have noticed the ACCEPTED mails from dak on the mailing list, some of you may have noticed the recent closure of bug #1033658. For all the others, I am happy to share the good news:

riscv64 is now an official Debian architecture

If you don't believe it, just have a look at [1]. However before you rush to update your sources.list file, I want to warn you that the archive is currently almost empty, and that only the sid and experimental suites are available. The procedure is to rebootstrap the port within the official archive, which means we won't import the full debian-ports archive.

Therefore our next step is to build a minimal set of ~90 source packages using the debian-ports archive and then import them into the official archive. These packages will be signed with a special GPG key using debian-riscv@lists.debian.org as the email address, enabling easy tracking. This process has already started, hence the few ACCEPTED mails on the mailing list. It will probably take a few days especially given that sid is constantly evolving.

Once done, we'll point the build daemons to the official archive. In the meantime you can just continue to use the debian-ports archive on your devices.

[1] https://deb.debian.org/debian/dists/sid/main/binary-riscv64/

[-] queue@beehaw.org 1 points 9 months ago

Those who are meant to lead, choose not to. Those who are not meant to lead, choose to do so.

Never trust someone who wishes to become a leader above you.

[-] queue@beehaw.org 1 points 9 months ago

Oh no, the email I sent to someone didn't get removed from their inbox after I deleted it from mine!

Oh jeez, the post I made on a public access fourm can be read by some dude!

I find raddle so god damn boring. No app, the website is almost too plain to use, no third party API to do anything, and it also doesn't remove EXIF data if you post something, on a site that "cares" about privacy.

Seeing as Ziq literally doesn't care if Raddle dies or not, it's not a loss on my end either. https://raddle.me/f/lobby/162409/if-raddle-goes-down-or-ziq-turns-tankie-for-whatever-reason

[-] queue@beehaw.org 6 points 10 months ago

Nice slippery slope fallacy. Try arguing in bad faith somewhere else.

[-] queue@beehaw.org 1 points 10 months ago

Team Fortress 2, with over 2100 hours logged. More back on the Xbox 360 copy and when it was free during the Mac Update.


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