Higher than 1080p
I also seem to have recently lost the ability to play videos at anything higher than 1080p on FF / uBlock / Intel mac. Coincidence?
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I've been using it for the last couple of months as my home NAS on generic PC hardware - it's really very good IMHO. The only thing to note is that with 22.12.1, "host path validation" has been fully locked down for security / file integrity purposes - i.e. it is not possible to directly pass a host path through to docker containers and at the same time share it via SMB on the host.
The two options are:
1) Share the host paths as NFS and mount them as NFS in the containers (the standard Truecharts apps makes this easy as a GUI option).
2) Uncheck the (global) host path validation box (not recommended or supported). There are plans to make this option available on a per-container/app basis in a future release, however.
So many firsts for me (happy school memories):
Customising all the GUI widgets and icons
Full-window dragging (not outline)
Lemmings (the first port I had access to).
The amazing ARTWorks
Hand-held document scanners
Pineapple video digitiser (had a VHS and camera attached, I was blown away)
First experience of centralised file servers and printing (Integrex?) - via econet
The collection of samples from various films of Arnie swearing that was going around at the time
Instant creation of a ramdisk by dragging a slider
Applications self-contained in a single !Directory with their own icon
Modes 31 (oohh high res icons) and 40 (oohh lots of colours)
Saving something by dragging an icon to a filer window
That demo where you could move a 3D teapot(?) around in real time
The list goes on and on!
I'm only an occasional printer. My solution was to buy an office-spec colour laser at a decent price from an office-supply company, knowing full well that toner doesn't dry out and the starter cartridges would probably last me 10 years.
I did have to block the supply company phone number though as they kept ringing me asking how often I would be buying new cartridges...
This. I print infrequently and got fed up with inkjets drying up so I shelled out for a Xerox colour laser with 2k colour & 3k black page toner starter cartridges which will last me many years. Might have annoyed the office supply company I got it from though as they expected to supply toner a bit more frequently than that ;)
I've used ZFS on Linux on my home NAS and work PC for a couple of years and haven't had any issues. Stating the obvious but I think that if people are going to be tracking the bleeding edge releases (ZoL development is moving very fast), they should be subbed to the relevant ZFS mailing lists and keeping an eye out for bugs for a while before upgrading.
Personally, I track the versions that hit Debian Testing / Stretch backports, and then only if there are bugfixes or features I need - the delay seems to allow sufficient time for major bugs to be filtered out.