Internet behaved flaky in the morning. Then later stopped working all together, Called AT&T they rebooted it and it came back fine.
Android app. I’m currently using BlueMail. I actually started with and used K-9 Mail. I switched because K-9 Mail rarely loaded pictures completely. But I stuck with it a while thinking maybe it’ll be fixed next time….then next time…and so on. Been happy with BlueMail.
More power problems. Brief brown out video didn’t recover. Computer still was running. Power switch inoperable. Had to power off. Came back up fine. Glad I’m using a surge protector this time. I think a sudden off/on power failure possibly led to my previous problem.
This post was originally supposed to be a rant about the previous post NOT reflecting my changes. However it (meaning this post)…wasn’t posting correctly either. And yet as I revise it seems to be getting better. In the future this post probably won’t make sense. Perhaps it’s not the software per say but some problem on their backend.
Why does this small logo take so long to load? Every day! I can’t seem to easily save it to look at it’s size.
Beat last rebuild (up 20 days) by 1 day.
I believe I followed this before. I was aware of this guy from a podcast he’s on. Downloaded Raspberry Pi Imager. Then selected Raspberry Pi Lite. Per the instruction.
I’m looking for a very simple solution to logon to my computer. Instead of typing letmein…for example, I want a password like…z%gyKEF5s^WEBXm^n4U. And I want a device to type that in for me. Is that so hard? If someone is willing to go to the trouble of breaking that key…then I’ve got bigger problems than I think. I thought Yubikey was the gold standard. And yet when I try and find a Yubikey Linux logon solution I find something like this. Which shows you how to to login using 2FA and sounds overly complicated. The 3rd step is sudo apt-get install libpam-u2f…that’s already more than I want to do. Is 2FA better…maybe. And yet all these steps are to my mind as I said overly complicated. I mean if I was typing letmein and now my password is z%gyKEF5s^WEBXm^n4U…My login is now orders of magnitude better. I think I’m fairly safe. I was looking at these solutions. Everykey requires you to setup an account. I don’t want to setup a stinking account. After I logon I will then use something like bitwarden for my online accounts. Currently looking at Onlykey. Maybe what I am looking for?
I mean I only recently started encrypting my hard drive. Previously I wasn’t overly paranoid about having my HD encrypted. However after a recent brand new hard drive went bad after only a few weeks. I wasn’t even interested in asking for a refund because I knew I had personal information on there and I would have to send it back. No way! If my hard drive was encrypted with a strong password however that would be a different matter.