Hi I'm Jenny, a kinky trans hacker vampire kitten, aspiring goth, electronics geek and latex lover.
I love to build and code stuff and I like photography, gaming and blinky stuff.
I stream about electronics and occasionally gaming:
If you a spot a geeky goth trans girl, with bright red and black hair, wearing latex and a collar, who is hacking on some hardware at a hacker conference around Europe it's a high chance that it's me :P
My DS4 (Play Station 4 controller) can't connect to my pc anymore, since I've updated Arch.
Or to be exact, it connects but immediately disconnects again. Only if I put it into paring mode and connect to it from my PC it stays connected.
But it used to work flawlessly.
On my laptop that runs Gentoo and the SAME version of bluez it works.
Anybody else experiencing similar issues?
The results of the poll is here and the correct answer is that /dev/nvme0 and /dev/nvme0n1 may or may not reference the same physical SSD if the kernel has NVMe multipathing support enabled. The naming is not consistent. This "feature" is very poorly documented and caused users to data loss.
Hey #Linux users, I have a question, please answer based on your knowledge and experience WITHOUT looking up the answer. It's about NVMe SSDs.
Does /dev/nvme0 and /dev/nvme0n1 reference the same physical SSD drive on a PC with multiple NVMe SSDs?
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cuddly trans hacker vampire kitten, aspiring goth, crazy scientress, electronics geek and latex lover ~ [she/sie] ~ https://twitch.tv/evilscientress
chaos.social - because anarchy is much more fun with friends.
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