I was working in GIMP today on some large images, and the one thing that was bugging me, was how long it was taking me to find the tools I needed on the toolbar. The multi-column toolbar (which is set as default in GIMP) was slowing me down, and the width of it was taking up space that I could use for editing or painting. Having used a lot of image editing software over the years, I’ve grown to like just having one single column for tools.
I’ve been playing around more with AI tools, and recently discovered a fun way to use your voice to talk to a “conversational AI”. The cool thing about it, is that it can respond back to you using its own voice. This uses (NLP) natural language processing, which is the ability for computers to understand meaning from spoken language. oobabooga! I’ve been using the “text-generation-webui” by “oobabooga”, which is a “gradio” web UI for running “Large Language Models”.
You may have heard about a little thing called ChatGPT in the news lately. Some say it may be the end of humanity! Others, that it will make everyone unemployed, and our children will be watering crops with sports drinks! While these concerns are debatable, the topic of artificial intelligence is hard to avoid these days. So, I wanted to play around with an AI chatbot on my local PC and see what all the fuss is about.
So, you’ve pressed play on The Sims 4 on Steam on Linux, and, annoyingly, you find that the game simply won’t load! The game loaded fine yesterday, but now it’s not working! You’ve probably uninstalled and reinstalled the game only to find that the same thing happens again and again over time. You’ve probably spent long hours customising your Sims, or have a bunch of mods installed which you don’t want to lose.
📝 This is an old post. You can now install yacreader-bin instead of yacreader. YACReader is a cool cross-platform digital comic book reader. This has been my go-to comic reader on Linux for many years. It has a lot of handy features: Support for a wide range of digital file formats: rar, zip, cbr, cbz, cb7, tar, pdf, 7z, jpeg, gif, png. Support for single/double page reading and full screen mode.
NoiseTorch is a cool little Linux audio app which aims to provide noise suppression for your audio inputs. Whether it be a dog barking outside, someone turning on a hairdryer, the next door neighbour mowing his lawn or a freight train outside your kitchen window, NoiseTorch may be able to filter out those unwanted sounds. Often when I’m gaming and talking to friends, I find myself having to hit the mute button when some random loud noise from my surroundings occurs.
Here at The Virtual Aquarium, we have many aquarium styles to suite your home. Listed below are the details of our most popular aquariums. This guide may help you decide which style is best suited for your home before you buy. You can also visit our in-world store to see the types of aquariums we offer as most will be on display. AQUA TRITON Dimensions: X = 7.00, Y = 2.
Summary Hello my fellow penguins! This guide will show you how to set up a Skyrim modding environment for the original “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim” on Linux, using a modified Steam Proton run script. 🔥 Please note, that this guide IS NOT for “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition” - it’s for the older “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim” or “Legendary Edition”. If you are looking to play with “ModOrganizer 2” and “TESV: Skyrim Special Edition”, there is a Lutris installer here.