Thanks @nic for the dice!
This is wrong; it means you're doing mnemonics wrong: https://twitter.com/JuricaBulovic/status/1047690723649343488
It's in response to this thread:
Been trying to explain to people for years: with a small initial commitment, it's possible to remember mnemonic phrases over periods of *years* where you only have to call it back to mind from time to time (like, gaps of months, eventually...). And you have a physical backup of course, but the very fact that you don't have to access that, ever, is powerful.
We've pushed update 0.98.87 - This one will definitely ruffle feathers, but we hope you understand. Read why we decided to remove all fiat currency from Samourai Wallet in our latest blog post. Plus Samourai now available in Chinese and 11 other languages https://blog.samouraiwallet.com/post/178536644472/09887-welcome-new-international-users-and
The shapeshift situ. :
People on birdsite appear confused. Truth: Voorhees has a background in business, marketing and is one of *the* most talented in the space in that area. However, he is a disgraceful traitor to Bitcoin's cause, big supporter of NYA/S2X and constantly supporting shitcoins since late 2014. Why did he switch? Because the only thing he ever gave a shit about was preening his ego and making huge bags of money from rubes.
Note how common this is amongst 'businessmen' here.
If anybody knows of a FireFox plugin that translates the current open web page in the same tab I'd be grateful.
Because anything I can find right now either:
- Opens a new tab
- Opens some in-page popup
- Reloads the page into an iframe
And all that has to happen is the current present HTML to be edited with the translated text...
@x0rz You can't even log out, only sign in with a different account, and you'll lose all tabs/settings/bookmarks when you try "forget this person".
But I know how to log out now: never ever using chrome again.
Any European paying attention is planning to GTFO of here ASAP
Just like every tutorial ever:
"just type nxsetup --install --setup-nomachine-key"
Okay now I get an error...
"So there's nothing that could've gone wrong there, let's continue with the next step."
*frustratedly starts googling the error*
Google's response: here's everything in the world that uses "sed" that gives the same error, which is completely unrelated to your case of trying to install freenx server.
*furiously starts adding freenx into the search terms*
Google's response: nope.