Random Chitchat 2020
#31
It is about the same internet speed i have as default now.. at least for my pc.
So yeah it is workable Smile. as mine often go's quite a bit lower.
MCServer: infinity.thugie.nl:25566 - Online when possible, not when crashed or updating lol.
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Ugh, I go away for a weekend and when I come back, there's over a thousand new emails from Cuberite's GitHub alone, plus a few messages from the forum and discord. I don't think I can keep up with this. I'm deleting them all, if there's something you really *really* need me to look at, please ping me again.

On a more positive note, the Raspberry Pi I thought was broken actually isn't, it was the powersupply that was causing the failures (wtf? How does powersupply cause USB dropouts?) so after buying a new one the board seems to be working again. I just might be able to finally finish the project of having a video-call-capable TV Smile
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(05-12-2020, 02:54 AM)xoft Wrote: Ugh, I go away for a weekend and when I come back, there's over a thousand new emails from Cuberite's GitHub alone, plus a few messages from the forum and discord. I don't think I can keep up with this. I'm deleting them all, if there's something you really *really* need me to look at, please ping me again.

On a more positive note, the Raspberry Pi I thought was broken actually isn't, it was the powersupply that was causing the failures (wtf? How does powersupply cause USB dropouts?) so after buying a new one the board seems to be working again. I just might be able to finally finish the project of having a video-call-capable TV Smile
Simple really. It's a USB power supply to begin with. If current available is lacking, the first thing to cut to maintain stability is the USB ports, cus, who needs them? lol. And the USB ports run off the full 5 volts of the psu, unlike the rest of the system.
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