@phoneboy What was the fix?
@jextxadore My understanding is that SSDs cannot be securely erased. They need to be destroyed. They rely heavily on redundant storage capacity and wear-leveling, and overwriting what it presents as the disk gives no guarantee the on-device storage controller has actually overwritten the copies it last wrote vs some alternative for that sector.
Edit: https://kb.iu.edu/d/aiut has links to some manufacturer-specific tools that can properly erase the drive. Supposedly.
@variablepulserate Glad you found it. If you turn on notifications from the TestFlight app, I think you’ll get an Apple push notification when a new build is available, too.
@matigo what the heck is a knowledge agent?
@matigo What are Ubuntu’s GUIs written in these days?
@matigo hah. Sic would have been a good fit there.
@matigo It’s a direct quotation, so it’s possible the speaker actually said “double-u arr tee” and they noted it that way.
@matigo I repurposed a larger fan. Neither quiet nor low-profile, but it gets the job done. And it helps with the temperature differential in the attic: freezing by the blower, 80 °F if you stand up and raise your hands high.
@joeo10 Just two right now. Probably three within the month.