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Joined 11 months ago
Cake day: August 28th, 2023


  • I hope this isn’t going to be the default. I know, the average granny might prefer to have a BSOD with a QR code, but I think a lot of the people who are more tech-savvy, like me, would prefer to see log messages when booting because then you could see which service failed and why or why it’s all of a sudden taking so long to boot. That’s also why I choose not to have a splash screen when booting.

    Anyways, this BSOD thing doesn’t apply to me because I use Gentoo with OpenRC.

  • Kseniya

    I use rclone. The command I use to mount my GDrive is basically:

    rclone mount "GoogleDrive:" ~/googledrive --vfs-cache-mode full --daemon

    And then I could access it (almost) as if were a regular USB drive mounted onto my filesystem (by doing cd ~/googledrive). Only difference is that it is a bit slow, as none of the files ever get synced to the computer’s hard drive (all changes are immediately uploaded to Google servers), and I cannot change the filesystem permissions (they are always a+rw for all of the files).