I like flatpaks, have a few dozen of them installed, but damn those updates are massive

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  • flatpak

    Linux application sandboxing and distribution framework

    I am on fedora right now and I have longer list than in the screenshot, I manually uninstalled all but the latest one. Remove unused did nothing and as far as I remember there is already a bug report about this - https://github.com/flatpak/flatpak/issues/2718

  • This case is a combination of an Nvidia problem and a flatpak problem. The Nvidia problem is as you stated, but there are also issues with the way Flatpak is packaging their platform packages, with multiple open bugs.

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  • tealdeer

    A very fast implementation of tldr in Rust.

    man command & -h/--help flags & tealdear

  • tldr

    📚 Collaborative cheatsheets for console commands

    Tealdear is a cli for tldr man pages which is a cheat cheat for commands. TLDR : To Long Didn't Read

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