Tag Archives: Linux

Mastodon Setup (hopefully final update)

Today I finally found out how to generate log files.  They are “less than ideal” but they are good enough that I figured out what the main problem was and it was a typing mistake.  I had (and I’m not sure how this happened): spotlight When what it should have been was: stoplight This was […]

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Mastodon Setup – More information

Last night (about 23 hours ago apparently) I shared about setting up a Mastodon instance, and that things were kind of working but not really. I shared that https://mastodon.openpsychology.net/ is open for registrations, and that people would be able to sign up there (at least for the time being). And I hoped that people signing up, […]

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Essential Oil Label Work

Today I have been working on doing some essential oil labels.  So far I’ve only really got one done: This is pretty much what we have for the label, it’s not a lot to it, but I guess it’s just that it’s work which has been done. I guess the thing about having done this, […]

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30 Days of Multimedia — Day 1 — Video Captioning

Just diving in to some video captioning.  I know there are some steps that I want to figure out how to do, but currently I don’t have a solution for them.  Currently I host videos on 3 different platforms: PeerTube YouTube Vimeo I have a means of getting captions to show up on YouTube, and […]

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Picarto custom emoji

Today as part of my “Open Psychology” work stream, I ended up creating a custom emoji for Picarto, where I was streaming.  I have been in the process of setting things up there, and I was just playing around with some stuff.  So, I did a few different steps (that I can share).  I started […]

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Arduino Setup

I am not sure if this will end up split in multiple posts or not, but I have two broad topics being the hardware setup (which is basically, I mounted it, and I connected it to the computer with the USB cable provided) and the software setup (which has a bunch of things which I […]

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More notes on Gentoo install (cheatsheet stuff)…

When I last wrote about my process for getting my machine up and running I was getting the system updated to the latest version of software.  That was a while ago.  But there are a few more things that need to be done before the computer really is bootable, though I have found the order […]

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Gentoo Install Notes

I was working on installing gentoo on a new machine (that will eventually replace this machine I am typing this on) and I was going through the Gentoo Handbook and kept running into problems (I have (and will explain) figured them out) so kept having to go through the same steps and was looking to create […]

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Using Inkscape replacing Adobe InDesign

I am currently in the process of seeing if I can get Inkscape can be used to replace Adobe InDesign.  Right now just downloaded it to run on the iMac I just restored.  The intention is more to find something which will run nicely on a Linux box, rather than running it on OS X or […]

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