Use this codegit fetch # Grab the latest code from the NodeBB repository git checkout v3.x git reset --hard origin/v3.x
And you will have the latest version without specifying it
@JAC Thought you’d land up doing that…
Unfortunately there wasn’t any settings for the Proton app on Nvidia Shield so this was a no no, don’t get me wrong it did work well but without any settings it’s really pointless.
All other apps do this well so I’m happy to be using the top three VPN services I some way .
If you’re after a VPN I’ve just found this…
Use code: fastlifetime to get the price down to £24 for the year.
@JAC I think these are cheap because they are selling your info… and this is their primary way to earn… although they say “no log”, there is usually no way to check…
I believe one thing to check with these VPN services should be “warrant canary” , if they are making canary statements regularly, then they are on your side (at least that is what I want to believe , what do you think @phenomlab ?), but if their canary is dead, then you can stop using them because there is government intervention.
I was using one of this cheap lifetime service 5-6 years ago, but I stopped using it after their canary was dead.
I’d agree yes, admittedly I wouldn’t touch these sort of deals myself.
I’d rather go for one that’s popular, tried and tested, although all are going to have their own flaws one way or another, there’s always something that people don’t like but good principles and the one that makes you feel most at ease of using is a good start.
although all are going to have their own flaws one way or another,
Exactly that - none of them are going to suit every individual purpose. You have to read the reviews, decide what functionality you need, and then make a judgement call for yourself (and your own unique needs).
There is no “wrong or right”, although I would steer clear of those that do not have a no-logs policy for privacy reasons alone.