GregorTacTac

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This time my question is, how long does it take for the Lemmy server I just set up to finish federation? What does the "allowed instances" list do in the admin settings? Does it allow the Lemmy server to only connect to those instances or is it a list of the starting instances from which it federates to others?

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I convinced my parents to sign it

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Hope you got the job!

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I'm a sane person, so a Huawei with Android. I'm not saying Huawei is good, but most definitely better than Apple.

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Riiight makes sense

 

This burns my fingers

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Haven't heard of cropping?

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Which country?

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I read Google documentation about how they removed it. I'm very sure that the option is not available.

 

cross-posted from: https://lemm.ee/post/36467447

I am not allowed to credit the site that has this disaster. Its owner said "Nobody should see that"

 

cross-posted from: https://lemm.ee/post/36467447

I am not allowed to credit the site that has this disaster. Its owner said "Nobody should see that"

 

I am not allowed to credit the site that has this disaster. Its owner said "Nobody should see that"

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Would it be possible to use ports 443 and 80 for both Adguard Home and Vaultwarden? They're both on the same machine, Vaultwarden will be in a docker container and Adguard Home not. I'm doing this on an Ubuntu server.

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