I broke the Build Server at work. QA gave me this.

I broke the Build Server at work. QA gave me this.:

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Is it possible to add a delay if my password is entered incorrectly X times?

Is it possible to add a delay if my password is entered incorrectly X times?:

I enjoy a conveniently short enough password on my home computer, one that I will never forget but no one knows- if it’s wrong it’s not me. I am security conscience so I’d just like a reasonable measure to inhibit someone if it’s ever stolen or anything, idk

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Meet CudaText: A Cross-Platform Open Source Code Editor

Meet CudaText: A Cross-Platform Open Source Code Editor:

CudaText is a cross-platform open source code editor based on Lazarus.

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Is this the new curlyboye?

Is this the new curlyboye?:

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What are the differences between Parabola and Hyperbola?

What are the differences between Parabola and Hyperbola?:

I’ve been wanting to try an Arch family system, and since I used libre systems I was told to check out Parabola, which I understand to be just a truly libre Arch. But then I also heard about Hyperbola, which I was told was based on Parabola, but the website says it’s based on original Arch, minus systemd and anything nonfree. Is that all? Is there anything else I should know? Can I just follow the Arch install guide to get a GUI and everything going or do I need something else? Do I still get access to that famed AUR you guys talk about? Is there anything else I should know? I want to give it a try but I’m really dumb. Thanks in advance.

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XPS 13 9350 No Longer Suspending?

XPS 13 9350 No Longer Suspending?:

My XPS 13 9350 is randomly no longer suspending to ram on Linux Mint 18.2 Cinnamon and shuts off instead. Potentially broke today or yesterday. A few apps have updated as seen here, but other than that, I haven’t touched anything else. Bios is at the latest 1.5.1. I normally run kernel 4.11.12 but I also tried 4.10.0-37.

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Add Google Pixel 2’s dynamic back screens to any smartphone

Add Google Pixel 2’s dynamic back screens to any smartphone:

Not long ago Google Pixel Launcher 2 was extracted and subsequently leaked for everyone to enjoy (regardless of which device they’re on). But thankfully, along with it, a full package of dynamic wallpapers, originally designed only for Oreo, were also leaked. Luckily, it was just a matter of time before someone modified them into APK files to use on any Android device – that is, if you have Android 6.0 or higher installed.

Little is new about dynamic wallpapers (they’ve been around since earlier Android versions). But these lucid back screens have little to do with their primitive incarnations. Now backgrounds offer lyrical 3D aerial view stylized (and with comparable detail) to Google Earth. Not to mention their dreamy panoramic views of Planet Earth as seen from afar (and zoomed in according to your GPS-location). Plus you’ll notice its light-gradient colors are in constant motion.

Keep in mind, once the APK is installed, new apps and shortcuts are no longer visible. These backgrounds are visible as a sub-menu within your collection of static backgrounds. Each shortcut depends on your launcher, and more specifically how you customize your items. But in most cases an external link to this section is made visible when you hold down with a quick longpress on any part of your homescreen.

As was mentioned earlier, the only requirement to get dynamic back screens is that your phone already runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow or higher. Now, as far as we know, running dynamic back screens on your phone has yet to been proved to drain your battery, but while running them for a couple of hours, we ca

Pixel Wallpapers 2017 on Uptodown [APK] | Download

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The Librem 5 phone is at over 120% of its funding goal!

The Librem 5 phone is at over 120% of its funding goal!:

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XPS 13 9350 No Longer Suspending?

XPS 13 9350 No Longer Suspending?:

My XPS 13 9350 is randomly no longer suspending to ram on Linux Mint 18.2 Cinnamon and shuts off instead. Potentially broke today or yesterday. A few apps have updated as seen here, but other than that, I haven’t touched anything else. Bios is at the latest 1.5.1. I normally run kernel 4.11.12 but I also tried 4.10.0-37.

Are there any steps I could take to fix?

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JASEM, an ‘insanely hard’ twin-stick shooter could see Linux support, needs testers

JASEM, an ‘insanely hard’ twin-stick shooter could see Linux support, needs testers:

Tags: Action, Steam, Indie Game, Early Access

A random shot in the dark of mine, but it seems to the developer of JASEM [Steam, Official Site], the self-described ‘insanely hard’ twin-stick shooter could see Linux support.

About the game:

Do you need any reason to shoot your enemies in game? Because JASEM doesn’t give you one – just you, your weapons, crazy beats and enemies. And you need to shoot every one of them, and it’s up to you to make it the most hilarious and explosive way.

Here’s what the developer said in response to my query:

Hi, sorry for slow response. I made Linux version, but didn’t find the way to test it – and it could be various problems with shaders and performance, so until I find testers I can’t release it.

Pretty positive response! So if you fancy testing, let them know in the Steam forum post.

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