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When I upgraded to #Debian 12, my #Emacs started misbehaving in all kinds of weird ways. I assumed it was some breaking change in my custom config script. Turns out I just needed to delete the cache.

That makes no sense whatsoever.

@Stefan Monnier Problem is that I don't have enough information to explain how to reproduce this in a bug report.
The maintainer can probably help you track down extra info. It's great when the bug report comes with a detailed recipe to easily reproduce the problem. Even better when it comes with a patch. Sadly it's not always an option.

Looks like I need to stop being lazy and finally upgrade to #Debian 12.
@zebulon 1ᡉʳ, dit "le maudit" I have a cheap VPS, but I run anything important on a local machine and port forward using SSH tunnels and a Wireguard VPN.

Has anyone ever successfully gotten a graphical tileset to work with the version of #DwarfFortress in the #Debian repositories?


Has anyone ever gotten the #Flatpak version of #OBS to work as a #webcam? I'm on #Debian if it makes a difference.
@wing Ah... that was the problem. I'd installed v4l2loopback-dkms but hadn't added it to /etc/modules. A quick modprobe v4l2loopback fixed it.
@wing Thanks so much for your help. :)

Looks like I need to think about migrating the VPS from #Ubuntu to #Debian, like I have with everything else. #Jitsi doesn't seem to like 20.04 any more.

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