What binaries does a Mastodon install depend on that prevents it from being installed on a Raspberry Pi 4B (Ubuntu 19.10, linux-arm64)?

I made some changes to the official Dockerfile in order to use linux-arm64 sources, everything worked (well, built) until I tried to run docker-compose up.

It complains about 'exec user process caused "exec format error",' which I believe is due to wrong binary (e.g., compiled for amd64)? It's coming from 'standard_init_linux.go'.

Hm... Go... 🤔

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All my music is now Pay What You Want.

I have this theory that Monetizing My Hobby™️ has sucked all the joy out of it. It changed my mindset from "here's a thing I made, pay if you want" to "here's a thing I made, please pay me for it."

This hasn't worked for me. It doesn't get me the tools I need, and I can't make what I want in that mindset with my current tools. We'll see what happens.

Boost appreciated.

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Big tech platforms like Facebook and Google are elephant poachers, and our personal data is ivory tusks. Author Shoshana Zuboff writes in “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism:”“Surveillance capitalism is parasitic and self-referential. It revives Karl Marx’s old image of capitalism as a vampire that feeds on labor, but with an unexpected turn. Instead of labor, surveillance capitalism feeds on every aspect of every human’s experience.” #Zuboff #surveillancecapitalism democracynow.org/2019/3/1/age_

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We all need to be reading this. Because it affects all of us. And yes, it's pretty full of sarcasm: ar.al/2019/01/11/i-was-wrong-a And rightly so. #lca2020 #FOSS not #OSS

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news about 5g are the most underwhelming ever
just put all that money and brainpower into developing mesh networks pls

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In 1998, a programmer who had been working on Y2K fixes started to get anxious because he couldn't believe how pervasive the problem was. He switched from company to company trying to get away from it, but everywhere he went he became regarded as the Y2K expert and immediately became the team lead for that company's Y2K contingencies. He finally had a nervous breakdown, quit his job, and decided he wanted to be knocked unconscious when the Y2K actually came about.

A month before Y2K he was put into an artificial coma and cooled down to a near cryogenic easily sustained long term life support.

Unfortunately the life support notification system had a Y2K bug, and no one revived him for 8000 years.

Finally he was found and revived. He woke up, and saw himself surrounded by lots of glass, light, stainless steel, and tall beautiful people in white robes. He asked if he was in Heaven.

They replied, "No, this is Chicago. Actually but it's a lot like Heaven to someone like you."

"Someone like me?"

"You are from the 20th century. Many of the problems that existed in your lifetime have been solved for thousands of years. There is no hunger and no disease. There is no scarcity, or strife between races and creeds."

"What year is it now?"

"Yeah, about that - it's the year 9,998. You see, the year 10,000 is coming up, and we understand you know something called COBOL?"
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I think Snowden has the best retort for the "I've got nothing to hide" quote people say when confronted with unchecked corporate and government surveillance:

"That's like saying you're against free speech because you've got nothing to say."

Change: everything is always in flux

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@alcinnz
This was a clean Ubuntu Studio 19.10 install. No dev-tools or programming languages installed

paste.ee/p/nA7tK

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Fresh Cambridge Analytica leak ‘shows global manipulation is out of control’ theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/j

Does anyone know what type of component this is? The schematics (cdn.sparkfun.com/assets/learn_) don't mention a part name.

Happy new year, everyone.

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@sl007 @cwebber @Gargron May the scales this decade tip towards individuals and communities, instead of monolithic behemoths!

Here's part one of a hardware project I've been working on the last couple of days: ghost.sndm.me/did-you-close-yo

Ah, So it's not the length of the word. If you want to register some random set of letters (say, three) you'd pay a very low price. But an actual word, say "cure.tech" will again cost you dearly (almost 5K in that case).

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For example, at Crazy Domains, trying to register "big.tech" will set you back almost AU$10,000, but when you want to register "saynotobig.tech", it's only going to cost you AU$15 (for the first year). Maybe the shorter the word, the higher the price?

It seems some of the newer domains have a dynamic pricing model. For instance, *.tech or *.blog. Not sure how it works, but when you look for them, they might be advertised "from $15/yr", but when you actually try to get one, its price may be in the thousands of$\$.

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Really, asking "what should replace Facebook" is putting things the wrong way around.

A more interesting way to ask the question is, "what did Facebook replace."

People used to build their own websites. People used to have blogs. People used USENET which was truly distributed and un-censorable.

Facebook and Google took the open internet and open standards and monetized and made everything crappy. Enough of that. Nothing should replace Facebook, it's done, stick a fork in it.

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