@kensanata My bad. I discovered a bug i ncgopher. alexschroeder.ch seems to be the only server I know of that _requires_ '\r\n', while all the others work with '\n'. '\r\n' is, of course, correct according to RFC1436. Weird that I did not catch this bug before...
@kensanata For some reason I was able to open the main page with lynx. All other clients I tried failed.
@kensanata I have difficulties accessing your gopher server. All I get is an empty response. Is the address correct?
@aujawindar Det kan godt ha noe med Gnome å gjøre. https://wiki.debian.org/Wayland sier: "To support screenshotting, screencasting and screensharing for example in Web Browsers pipewire is required in addition to one of the Desktop specific xdg-desktop-portal packages." Så det virker jo som om det er mulig, selv om det ikke fungerer ut av boksen.
@aujawindar Vi bruker Slack på jobben. Jeg får bare delt en svart skjerm. Må vel tilbake til Xorg, der funka alt som det skulle.
@fla That's impressive. Unfortunately, I had to return my FP2 twice, once to replace the whole phone and once for a screen replacement. Gave up when it broke the third time, as I had to pay customs duty fees each time I recieved the replacements - ending up with a 750 EUR not-working phone. Sees like you got more lucky.
#debian 11 is now running perfectly on my work machine. Restored all important files from my restic backup after install. Case closed.
@parisni Every few months my system doesn't boot anymore, no partitions found. I never found out what the problem was, but reverting to a 5.4 kernel seemed to help in a quirky way. Otherwise Manjaro/Arch is a great system, no doubt. Nevertheless, I want a system with no moving parts _for work_. My personal machine is something different of course.
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