@toonnongaeoy7+After I tried fixing Office 2010 with many and the same errors about activation so much that I gave Office 365 a chance to install. And it's finally installed and working on Linux after a week of trying to install Office. I am using a paid version of wine, known as Crossover, to install. And after I get a line messaging app working in the future. I may move to use full Linux on my main laptop.
@toonnongaeoy7+Getting Microsoft Office Working on Linux. ( Office 365 Doesn't install for some reason. But I'm sticking with 2010 and Sometime I just use LibreOffice too. But majority Thailand people still uses office as a main office suite and it make life easier sometime.)
@MohanSeshasaiVasa-U04ARBSCXH90Mohan Day 5 update - github.com/hackclub/winter/blob/main/vmss2009.md
Yay! after a prolonged workout with multiple options, I am able to get the FlutterFlow code run in another laptop(eventually it could be handled as web service) and it shows the data from RPI which has the RFID connected. Hmm, did not think it would be such a tough fight with RPI to run Linux version of FlutterFlow.
@CodyBohannan-U04FTLGP8R20Hey y’all! I’m so excited it’s already time for WHW!
Let me introduce you to what my sister and I have been building! We are working on a PC that will run a custom version of Linux complied from scratch!
Today we have finished the build of the actual PC itself, and are preparing it to start building the Linux From Scratch-based distro
Below are some photos of the computer, nothing too fancy (except for the RGB the case fans came with) but will get the job done 🛠️
My stuff came in the mail! Did a bit of reading on the OPI and unboxed (unfortunately couldn't do much more tonight since I was busy) but goals for tomorrow:
• get display to work on OPi
• get preliminary networking to work on the OPi (i.e. so I can SSH)
• burn Alpine Linux onto the OPi
• ssh into the OPi
@patcybermindà3today i learnt that its quite easy to change my mac on linux
@la0moved back to linux and trying out emacs for fun :D
@Andrew0configured tailscale today on my macbook & linux server so I can access a code server. this is super cool
@reesericci2Coding on a chromebook with the linux env and code-server - not as bad as I thought it would be.
@j_cordz6Today I studied for my final physics exam that I'll have this next Friday! And yesterday I had my Chemistry test! 🧪 Also I helped a friend to fix Windows :windows-xp: and then helped him to move and install Linux :linux: with PopOS! :pop-os: :quadparrot:
@j_cordz6Today I continued studying for my Calculus Exam 📝 📖 that I'll have tomorrow, and helped on making Pixel Art at r/place on Reddit with a Hack Club logo :hack-club: , a few México Flags :mexicoparrot: 🇲🇽 , Linux Tux :linux: and Distros:8bit-tux: and a few very cool gaming themed drawings/art🎮! Also I will be trying to keep making more pixel art and upload it in here! 🎨
@cwi0Arch Linux booting bare-metal on an M1 MacBook Air (2020).
@HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D80woo scrapbook time alr! Working on a few projects
• Remaking my trashy portfolio, with less everything (I swear to fucking god why can't scroll snap work)
• messing around with circuits. Ordered a bunch of this little chips (image attached), and combined with XOR I'm hoping to make a simple adder. (Not as impressive when there are people on this slack designing whole CPUs)
• Messing around with Noita-style falling sand sim, and resisting the urge to try that game
• The most retarded Linux distro idea
Also, Vitalik AMA was awesome! Below I've attached some of the interesting comments from the Vitalik AMA youtube live stream (hmm)
@j_cordz6Today I worked on a small game design thanks to @ced who gave me some useful game development tips and also I started setting up my new linux install with Endeavor OS next to my current Pop_OS install!
@j_cordz6I'm going to be moving my Linux install to a VM on my M1 Macbook Air using UTM! This is because there are some things I'm trying and building with Linux and I will going soon on a trip and I can only take one laptop, this is going to be a very interesting experiment, because I will be using an ARM based virtual machine for the first time!
@HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D80Summary of winter break:
I actually didn't code much this break, instead focusing on learning. I fully migrated to Linux on all devices, and did a few rices. Mainly I read up on how computers work on a lower level. Hopefully I can do something cool with that knowledge. Mentally exhausted for school starting again. I did write some code though, I did the start of a bootloader. Windows slowed me down a lot, so hopefully I can actually get somewhere now that I'm using Linux on my desktop too. might also remake my homepage, as it was one of my first websites
@j_cordz6Today there wasn't to much code progress, but I'm going to give a try to Arch based distros again! I'm going to be choosing between trying again Manjaro or checking EndeavorOS for the first time, after this experiment or I'll stay on the new system or I'll go back to my actual Pop_OS! Setup.
@HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D80I have finally made the move, and got linux on my laptop. In other words, locked my virginity in a vault and threw away the key. (Of course, did all this while mountans of homework piled up behind me). This is what I have so far: Now i can get back to the raspberry pi project, and once I finish that i might just work on an actually useful project (Like the interpreter and kalman filter)
@j_cordz6Today I started to work on how to setup a Tiling Window Manager for macOS similar to my Setup that I previously had on Linux, I also added a few things to my GitHub Readme and made some progress on the online courses I'm taking.
@zfogg0when you compile your own linux kernel on windows but in arch wsl
~ c o m p u t i n g ~
@j_cordz6Setting up Pop!_OS Linux Distro on a laptop
Today is my first day at Hack Club, I joined yesterday late afternoon, but today I’m ready to start contributing to this amazing community and start learning a lot of cool stuff and making new friends and having a great time.
I recently (Yesterday) participate at my first Hackathon, and I am currently taking the MIT Beaver Works courses and freeCodeCamp as an introduction to programming, because currently my knowledge of the area falls only on Linux and command line, so I want to expand what I know:
So, as a first post on scrapbook, I made this!
It’s just a collage of some of the Hack Club Stickers but I really like it and currently I don’t
have anything else to share yet, but I will share my future projects and things I’m building and learning as the time passes and my knowledge expands as well!
@cwi0I got Kali Linux running on my M1 Macbook Air. The screenshot is in undercover “windows” mode. The vm is UTM, and it’s pretty good! It’s almost as fast as bare metal.
@jasonaa0got bored of doing homework so I spent the past... uhhh.... too many hours finishing up my dotfiles repo and bootstrap scripts so I can get my devtools + terminal working on a device I'm loaning for an iOS dev program at my local CC. twas pretty fun working on it especially trying to make sure things work as expected in Linux and macOS. idk why I did this now cause I still have a crapton of work to do :eggsdee: but it was fun anyway
@amy72960Working on the Umidigi kernel source code atm. Hoping to get a more usable source up soon :)
@Odyssey3460Hey isn't that funny, right after I set up my pi-hole I get a machine that I can use that is "sort of" more powerful than a tiny SBC. Got this guy from my uncle, I don't have a DVI monitor so I can't use it at the moment. I can confirm it has at least 40gb of storage, 2gb of ram and came with Vista (which was replaced with Linux Mint)
@Odyssey3460Shit shit shit I didn't take a screenshot of what I did today and I can't turn my PC on because I'm supposed to sleep uhh I guess I tried Splitgate today, really fun game. It works natively on Linux too!
@Odyssey3460hey, i tried macOS. I don't really like it, back to Linux