Hello world, does anyone know of a file sharing service that gives *direct links* to a shared file? I'm talking a link that can be used on a website like Dropbox used to do that will display/use the file correctly on the website.
I want to share an option with Lexiconga users so they can display their fonts using custom CSS before I start working on a font uploader, but I'm coming up empty so far.
Any ideas/advice are appreciated!
so if I wanted to buy a cheap-ish graphics card to my thinkcentre m92p (just to get hdmi instead of vga) what would be a good choice if I'm looking for good linux (debian) support? I know next to nothing about the hardware market and I have minimal requirements, no gaming, hd movies or stupid *coin mining in other words. any pointers would be highly appreciated
dumpstered a very nice lenovo tower and finally bought a cheap small sdd to get it functional but it is so stupid because I got stuck during debian install bc lack of interwebz. My wifi adapter doesn't work with the unfree firmware image and I don't have a long enough ethernet cable. Why not just temporalily move the computer you might ask, well I did some "smart" cable management so my only monitor is attached to the desk. So much for minimalism and smart solutions.
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