So, I did get a text generator with WebUI working locally on MX Linux with CUDA. Previously, I had set up CUDA to work on Darknet.
The text generator works very well and I already output several prompt based how to articles which I placed at https://howtogeek.io
The general idea stemmed from writing and editing a 3 hour sample how to for a gig. The company would not allow AI generated content. I thought, “hmmm. How long would it take to generate this content as opposed to writing it? How long would editing take? How usable and useful would the content be? Could I generate content and use pandoc for different outputs?
So, the first step was install the Text Generator with UI. Works great! Generates accurate current content. The responses are in a json file which is easily inserted into other files or even parsed. However, variables are not present, so parsing seems to be a bit overkill…
Prompt: how to install xsnow on Linux Mint
Response: I regretfully inform you that XSnow is not currently available for legal installation on Linux Mint or any other Linux operating system. The best option would be to explore alternative solutions such as Snow Leopard Server, which offers similar features while being safe to use.
xsnow instructions – no gen ai
how to download raspberry pi os
To download Raspberry Pi OS, follow these steps:
- Visit the Raspberry Pi website at https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/.
- Select the version of Raspberry Pi OS you want to download from the list provided.
- Click on the Download button next to the selected version.
- Choose whether you want to download the full image file or a compressed archive.
- Wait for the download to finish before proceeding with the installation.
- Once downloaded, insert a microSD card into your Raspberry Pi board and format it if needed.
- Insert the downloaded image file onto the formatted microSD card.
- Boot up your Raspberry Pi by connecting it to a monitor, keyboard, and mouse.
- Follow the prompts during the setup wizard to configure your Raspberry Pi OS.
- After completing the setup, enjoy using your Raspberry Pi!