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skibbity beep-bop zzzip

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you think i'm embarrassed about that thing that happened 10 minutes ago???
buddy,, i'm not even done being embarrassed about things from 10 years ago. check back in 2027

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a magical land
where one man posts
whatever jokes he wants
knowing they're not funny,,
not caring,,,

my timeline

this is what i was looking for earlier — a CLI-based tool to manipulate a DLNA renderer:

it's not great, though. sometimes doesn't detect devices so you have to try again. it can pause, but not resume (LOL) but implementing a resume function wasn't very hard

kodi or one of its information providers for some reason misdetected "cowspiracy" as "easy sex, sad movies" which is pretty nice

OMG IT WORKS, i can stream to a TV again without a chromecast,
1) set up Kodi for Android (download from and enable UPnP sharing of your library
2) use ControlDLNA (from F-Droid Archive) to play on a UPnP Renderer (TV, dongle, etc), because Kodi's built-in "Play using..." does nothing

not-so-funny thing is, i have a license for BubbleUPnP, a proprietary app for doing this, but i can't use it because i don't use google play services anymore

there are three apps in the F-Droid Archive (none in main) that claim to be able to output to a DLNA Renderer, and none of them work...

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surely there's a terminal command in some package, somewhere, to play a video on a DLNA device?

sometimes i'm soooo close to having something somewhat meaningful to convey, but not quite there yet, :blobsad:
so i put a little more time into it and... LOL JK i just post it as-is

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dnscrypt-proxy 2.x may not be available through openwrt's packages yet, but it's easier to use than earlier versions, automatically selects the fastest server, and binaries are available~!

Came across this and figured there are at least three people here who would love it:

lol @ trying to do anything with lvm and the computer, of course, stops responding forever with iowait 99%

bloop settings: enabled
someone interact with this toot so i can hear the bloop

GIF -> (upload) -> social media -> looping video
looping video -> (download) -> video

how take "video" and -> (upload) -> social media -> looping video? ever again?