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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡
Geek | OpenBSD | InfoSec | Privacy & Security | Coffee addict | Today's paranoia is tomorrow's truth
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 26m
Replying to @sophies_choice
It wasn't even a choice to begin with since there were no other options - hence you are utmost right :)
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 30m
Replying to @sophies_choice
Hacking on 'til my fingers bleed
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 4h
Replying to @vuilefries
Already done ;)
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 4h
Replying to @vuilefries
You are doing this right - but your bby isn't doing it right
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 4h
Replying to @sophies_choice
Neppers! Het is "houdoe" 😂
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 4h
Replying to @Sp1l @toezicht_AP
LOL! Die ciphers!
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 9h
Replying to @jilles_com
Since the number of blocked entries, I am assuming you have at least a part of Wally's blocklist collection setup. On Github there are also lists available to, eg, block corporations like FB/Pinterest/Microsoft etc altogether 😀
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 21h
Replying to @meneer
Yes! Is nog best veel moeite. Eerst moet je braaf je premium opzeggen, dan een maand wachten totdat ie ook echt verlopen is, dan klikken op meldingen als "jaaa, ik laat drieduizend connecties in de steek", " ja ik weet het zeker", "nee, ik blijf niet", " nee echt niet!" etc.
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 21h
This time my head played a Hans Zimmer like epic soundtrack. Feels awesome to be a part, thank you!
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 21h
Replying to @meneer
I too finished a LinkedIn sprint! A sprint to get my ass outta there ASAP!
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John Opdenakker Apr 25
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 Apr 25
Replying to @empatogen
Nope. Though smart status seems healthy, so formatting the disk, initializing a new softraid and writing random data to it for 24 hours to see how it holds up.
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 Apr 25
Ouch... ``` sd2(umass0:1:0): Check Condition (error 0x70) on opcode 0x28 SENSE KEY: Media Error ASC/ASCQ: Unrecovered Read Error softraid0: sd3: i/o error 5 @ CRYPTO block 990962832 ```
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 Apr 25
Replying to @CodeAsm_
The library is going to be used by Java but is written in C itself. The fucker doesn't compile and I ran out of ideas :P
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 Apr 25
I can recommend it! Just don't exceed one or two glasses and your coding might actually improve. At least, it does for me.
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 Apr 25
Replying to @sophies_choice
In this case, it's not OS development, I stumbled upon this issue while tinkering with signal-cli. Number registers fine, but fails to do anything beyond that due to this missing dependency. Argh!
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 Apr 25
Any OpenBSD folks know how to fix this error? `Missing native library dependency for dbus service: no unix-java in java.library.path` Seems like this library is required, but I can't get it to compile:
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 Apr 24
Replying to @chadmccullough
Then you _definitely_ need to try it again. Last ten years the project has been through amazing development :)
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 Apr 24
Replying to @themattdoran
Haha, welcome 'board!
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Jeroen Janssen -  🐡 Apr 24
Throw in some Dutch as well - or aren't you there yet?
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