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The server does not even respond to pings but I can see some comments/posts from the instance made few days ago.

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im on a dinit based system and want to start syncthing as a regular user service. currently, its running as root (which bugs me a lot, as it's playing on the network) using the syncthing-dinit service located at /etc/dinit.d/syncthing. i know i can run it with a custom syncthing dinit service file. but, i just want to know how to make use of the existing syncthing-dinit service file

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In an alert, the UN World Food Programme (WFP) reiterated deep concerns that people uprooted by ongoing hostilities in southern Gaza remain traumatized and are crammed into a narrow area along the beach “in the burning summer heat”.

Visible signs of wasting

Among the alarming shortages facing the people of Gaza, UN aid coordination office, OCHA, highlighted a lack of milk and formula for babies, along with nutritional supplements for children and pregnant and breastfeeding women.

“Despite visible signs of wasting among children, no nutrition screenings have been conducted to assess the scale of malnutrition and treat identified cases due to limited capacity,” the UN agency noted in its latest report published late Wednesday.

Rafah emptied

Meanwhile, in the southernmost governorate of Rafah, “people continue to be displaced amidst active fighting and bombardment,” OCHA said. It cited estimates by the UN agency for Palestinian refugees, UNRWA, that only around 65,000 people remain in Rafah governorate. Six weeks ago, before Israeli evacuation orders and military operations which have crippled aid relief work, the area hosted 1.4 million.

“At displacement sites, internally displaced persons are living in overcrowded makeshift shelters and tents which are in dire need of repair and do not offer any protection from extreme heat,” OCHA said, citing latest assessments covering four sites in Deir al Balah, Khan Younis and Al Mawasi - a total population of more than 130,000 people.

In a related development, OCHA also reported that for the first time since early June, five fuel trucks entered Gaza. But supplies remain scarce “as no fuel had been delivered in the Strip for the past two weeks”.

Aid stores hit

According to WFP's Mr. Skau who visited Gaza last week, one million displaced people in south Gaza remain “trapped, without clean water or sanitation. It’s a public health and protection disaster.”

In northern Gaza, he noted that aid deliveries have improved although people need a variety of more nutritious food. But delivering lifesaving relief is increasing difficult, as UN staff “spend five to eight hours waiting at checkpoints every day. Missiles hit our premises, despite being deconflicted.”

“The breakdown of law and order means we also face looting and violence amid a large security vacuum,” Mr. Skau continued, amid scenes of “large-scale destruction, rivers of sewage (and) “traumatized and exhausted people…from the south to the northernmost tip of the Strip”.

Meanwhile, OCHA said that ground incursions and heavy fighting continue to be reported in locations including Beit Hanoun, south of Gaza city, eastern Deir al Balah, northeastern Khan Younis, as well as in central and southern Rafah.

Deadly harvest

Latest UN assessments also indicate that in addition to the lack of access in southern Gaza to shelter, health, fresh food, water and sanitation, more than half of the enclave’s cropland has been damaged.

Although more than 40 per cent of the Gaza Strip’s total area is covered by fields, vegetable plantations and orchards - about 150 square kilometres (93 square miles) the UN agencies highlighted a “significant decline” in crop potential from “razing, heavy vehicle movement, bombing, shelling and other conflict-related operations”.

As of May this year, about 57 per cent of Gaza’s cropland is estimated to have been damaged, compared to more than 40 per cent in mid-February, according to FAO and UNOSAT.

Hundreds of agricultural structures have also been damaged, FAO said, including 537 home barns, 484 broiler farms, 397 sheep farms and 256 agricultural warehouses, in addition to almost half of Gaza’s agricultural wells (1,049 out of 2,261) as of 20 May.

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Hey everyone,

I'm facing an issue with KDE Plasma 5 on Debian 12. Whenever I skip a song on Spotify, the notification sound plays. I've come across suggestions in other forums to simply mute notifications, but I still want to receive notifications. Therefore, muting notifications is not an option for me.

I have disabled all Spotify notifications in the notification manager, yet I'm unsure how the sound still persists. I don't want to disable notification sounds in the Plasma Workspace, as mentioned earlier.

Any insights or solutions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!

Edit: Specs might help:

OS: Debian 12 bookworm Kernel: x86_64 Linux 6.1.0-21-amd64 DE: KDE 5.103.0 / Plasma 5.27.5 CPU: Intel Core i7-4790 @ 8x 4GHz GPU: GeForce GTX 745 GPU Driver: nouveau RAM: 8GB

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Israeli strikes on the so-called Al-Mawasi "safe zone" in southern Gaza and on a neighbourhood in Gaza City have killed 14 people.

The bombing of tents for displaced people in Al-Mawasi, which was previously designated a safe area, killed eight people and injured dozens of other people, The New Arab's Arabic-language sister site Al-Araby Al-Jadeed reported.

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Hello, I have this weird issue that my Debian 11 will tell me the root folder is full, while I can only find files for half of the accounted space.

df -h reports 56G while the disk analyser (sudo baobab) only finds 28G.

Anyone ever encountered this? I don't have anything mounted twice.... (Not sure what udev is). Also it does not add up to 100%, it should say 7.2G left not 4.1G

df -h /dev/sda* Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on udev 16G 0 16G 0% /dev /dev/sda1 511M 22M 490M 5% /boot/efi /dev/sda2 63G 56G 4.1G 94% / /dev/sda4 852G 386G 423G 48% /home

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Edit 2: what Gparted shows

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