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Cake day: July 28th, 2023

  • I’ve used Fastmail with a custom domain for a few years now… (5+?) and have been really happy with it. I wish it was a bit cheaper (or had a better family plan), but it works well with my terminal email client (mutt).

    The web client is pretty quick and I use the calendar there all the time. Fastmail supports all the normal standards such as CalDAV, so you can use it with third party applications.

  • Great, I’m glad you now have sound :)

    To have the script run at boot, you need to create a service file:

    sudo gedit /etc/systemd/system/necessary-verbs.service

    That should open a text editor that you can write into. You can replace gedit with vim or nano if you prefer those.

    In that file, you want to put the following contents:

    Description=Run internal speaker fix script at startup

    Once you save that file, you can enable it as follows:

    sudo systemctl daemon-reload
    sudo systemctl enable necessary-verbs.service

    Now, when you boot, this service will run that script and thus setup your audio.

    See if you can get that to work.