cross-posted from: https://infosec.pub/post/550905
> Basically, which linux distro is the best for a non-power user? Someone who wants to be able to get up and running without having to learn how to manage the OS using the cli.
> Quick example: When I install a new OS, the first thing I want to do is install Brave. That should be as easy as "click on this thing, type in brave, select Brave, install."
Does anyone know why I get a 404 when trying to access the crypto community on lemmy.ml? I would expect it to be here: https://firstname.lastname@example.org
It exists: https://lemmy.ml/c/crypto
Was this community blocked by infosec.pub? Or am I doing something wrong?
Right now, you create an identity by signing up to a Lemmy/Mastodon/Kbin/Matrix/etc. instance, and you need a separate identity for each app (if you want the full experience, though you can interact in some ways with only one identity).
Could it be possible to make an app that handles just authentication? So I could identify myself as @TheButtonJustSpins@example.com and respond to login requests from each type of app (since the login process doesn't seem to be unified)? Then just use whichever app/interface makes sense at the time?
So I could log in with Jerboa or Element by pointing them to the instance of the authentication app, but then use Jerboa or Element to interact with the fediverse?
(FYI: I seem to be unable to respond to comments.)
I subscribed to email@example.com, so I can see the posts from here. I did it by seeing a post from my local server (infosec.pub) and going to the community and joining it.
How do I get to other places in the Fediverse, though? I'm on jerboa and want to interact with e.g., https://firstname.lastname@example.org/t/11331/Is-Lemmy-your-first-time-on-the-Fediverse