cyber@sysrq ~ $ ls -F


Everything works on my home PC. I can create you an user and grant you SSH access into it just for fun.

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         -/oyddmdhs+:.                cyber@sysrq
     -odNMMMMMMMMNNmhy+-`             OS: Gentoo stable
   -yNMMMMMMMMMMMNNNmmdhy+-           Kernel: x86_64 Linux 5.11.0-pf1
 `omMMMMMMMMMMMMNmdmmmmddhhy/`        Uptime: 11h 51m
 omMMMMMMMMMMMNhhyyyohmdddhhhdo`      Packages: 1845
.ydMMMMMMMMMMdhs++so/smdddhhhhdm+`    Shell: bash
 oyhdmNMMMMMMMNdyooydmddddhhhhyhNd.   Resolution: 1920x1080
  :oyhhdNNMMMMMMMNNNmmdddhhhhhyymMh   DE: KDE 5.79.0 / Plasma 5.21.1
    .:+sydNMMMMMNNNmmmdddhhhhhhmMmy   WM: KWin
       /mMMMMMMNNNmmmdddhhhhhmMNhs:   GTK Theme: Sweet-Dark [GTK2/3]
    `oNMMMMMMMNNNmmmddddhhdmMNhs+`    Icon Theme: candy-icons
  `sNMMMMMMMMNNNmmmdddddmNMmhs/.      Disk: 86G / 110G (83%)
 /NMMMMMMMMNNNNmmmdddmNMNdso:`        CPU: AMD FX-8320E Eight-Core @ 8x 3,2GHz
+MMMMMMMNNNNNmmmmdmNMNdso/-           GPU: NVD9
yMMNNNNNNNmmmmmNNMmhs+/-`             RAM: 2844MiB / 3889MiB
/hMMNNNNNNNNMNdhs++/-`               
`/ohdmmddhys+++/:.`                  
  `-//////:--.

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My BOINC contribution statistics

Besides self-hosting various weird stuff I participate in distributed computing and encourage everyone to do so (if you aren’t scared about the electricity bill ofc).