enabling federation relays and letting the toots pour in

ah it's nice to be able to nope out and take a nap

me, reading 1984 by George Orwell: gosh, i sure am glad that i'm not living under a surveillance state where my every move and action is recorded and processed, i would really hate for that to be the case

step 1 is now to isolate literally everything from the internet

heck yeah I got networkpolicy working with kubernetes

hello actually having a firewall?!

when gamers say they have a yacht this is what they're talking about

In my short time on the Fediverse, I've learned that most people, even complete strangers, are very friendly and will engage in conversation, short or prolix. I've found it really fun to just reach out and respond to statuses and see if I can make a new friend. Most follows I return in kind (why not?). It's just a fun, refreshing way to communicate, and I am grateful to be here.

@trwnh I think the looking glass option is also quite promising especially if you are going to actually be using the Linux workstation part

@trwnh hmm, yeah I guess having a windows VM is the best solution then. you could also do duel booting where you have a windows partition that can either act as a VM or be booted directly (which is what I have on my laptop)

@trwnh interesting! I don't think I've ever seen that approach before, but best of luck! (let me know if it works lol)

Also, yeah if it's Primarily Windows it might just be easier to run Windows on bare metal. If you're doing gaming, vfio tuning is a pita

@trwnh oh yeah true

I remember some business with blacklisting everything including efifb let me see if I can find it

Looks like forum.level1techs.com/t/single might be a good reference if you decide to go this way

@trwnh yeah makes sense - cool about arch on usb too btw! Didn't know that was an official thing.

I wouldn't know about the bootup thing - I can't imagine Proxmox would have any display dependencies, but I haven't tried it myself.

biometrics are usernames dammit!

quit pretending they are passwords


*grumble*stupid big tech firms*grumble*

@trwnh I believe installing Proxmox on USB is also possible c-nergy.be/blog/?p=1159 - though perhaps not recommended.

As for the GPU part, that likely is a complicated affair but also doable (since Proxmox is entirely web UI-based, like unraid)

@trwnh setting up libvirt on your own is pretty doable! proxmox.com/en/ is also another good solution that I've used before for vfio

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