Heute ist der 17.November 2022. Praktisch Winter. Definitiv nicht Sommer.
Die Eingangstüre ist praktisch nie offen.
Seit Juli 2022 töte ich täglich mind. 3 Steckmücken.
Ich verstehe es nicht. Wo kommen sie her? Haben sie hier drin Eier gelegt? Haben die Wände Löcher?
Jeden Tag 3 Moskitos, Abends, morgens 1-2.
Die Fenster haben so engmaschige Gitter das da nichts durchpasst. Es gibt keine Löcher. Ich habe alle akribisch überprüft.
Recently I almost bought a game, “New World” on Valve’s Steam platform. Well you don’t buy a game, you buy a license.
Anyhow I didn’t because I’m not ok with waiving my right of withdrawal of 14 days to be at whim of Valve and their 2 hour refund policy.
Policy, the word alone, as if they have any right of acting like police.
I posted about that fact in the New World Steam forum, because it was the New World game that I almost bought.
And I asked other users to also voice their dissatisfaction with needing to give up their right of withdrawal.
Giving up your rights to buy a license, doesn’t sound correct.
Over a week later I receive a warning about “spam”. Voicing my opinion is spam? I don’t think so.
Valve is trying to shut me up, but I will continue.
No my right of free speech doesn’t end at some company proxy.
The laws are universal. They are human rights.
That company is part of the area where those rights are in effect.
Government or rather the book of laws is above company limits.
Therefore, if you’re dissatisfied that you should give up your rights to be at whim of a censoring organization, voice your opinion.
Say that you’re not buying this game because you’re not ok with waiving your rights.
Upgrade only openssl to version 3 from 1.1.1 and you receive this error. sudo doesn’t work, pacman doesn’t work, what do you do?
Well hopefully you have not deleted previously downloaded packages from /var/cache/pacman/pkg/ .
If not, read about the Arch Linux Archive and you will need a USB drive/stick/whatever with an archiso written on it. I will not go there.
You however do have a previous version, for instance
Since you can’t sudo, use
su - to become root.
tar xf /var/cache/pacman/pkg/openssl-1.1.1.q-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.zst
pacman -S openssl