fuck it, I'm releasing my databending drum machine TONIGHT
make drum loops with percussive samples procedurally generated from opus codec glitches!~ 🥁💥💻
My Disco Elysium + Diners, Drive-ins and Dives forum quest got approved! forums.sufficientvelocity.com/threads/mayor-in-absentia-disco-elysium-diners-drive-ins-and-dives.109645/
weirdly, mounting the drive is only visible within a single su session. if I make a new session, I can't see the drive in the mount listing anymore..
it's kinda fun owning a single board arm computer that has a pcie slot because the internet tends to believe they don't exist, so most searches like "nvme android mount" go nowhere
I'm assuming I need to like, communicate with some daemon to tell it that a new block device is connected... or do something with sdcardfs? very confusing and very difficult to search...
I have an oldish rock960 board with an nvme ssd attached. on android it appears as /dev/block/nvme0n0p1 and I can mount it somewhere and read/write from it. however, the rest of android can't see it as an external storage device.
take a rest from your journey, young netjester, and lounge among us in the court of japes gone by.
if it says "pending follow request" then you may need to unfollow/refollow. I think this is some kind of federation bug, because I would've seen you follow on my end
remember when I said it would be cool if someone turned openai's clip into a shared library?
well.. I did it github.com/blackle/libclip
something something store queues, right? idk why I keep learning then forgetting how this actually works on the CPU
I do lots of random stuff because my brain has too many chemicals inside of it. 1994 ⚧
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