pinephone-utils – small but useful miscellaneous things I use on my PinePhone, some exclusive to Sxmo, some especially useful in combination with the/a physical keyboard as global shortcuts.
pp-flashlight – Toggle flashlight
pp-brightness – Increase or decrease brightness by 5%, toggle between 0%, 50% and 100% or set it directly
pp-audio-output – Set the PinePhone’s audio output port (speaker, earpiece, headphones)
sxmo_autosuspend.sh – Toggle Sxmo auto suspend
sxmo_scale.sh – Set the Sway scale factor or toggle it between customisable values
sxmo_traffic.sh – Get the currently used download and upload bandwidth, either for the status bar or to log it
sway-random-wallpaper – Set random wallpapers for all or specified monitors
wp-output – Set the WirePlumber audio output device based on the first one that matches the given keyword
bluetooth-toggle – Toggle or set Bluetooth
Sxmo 1.11.0 was released last weekend: https://lists.sr.ht/~mil/sxmo-announce/%3C87k06k2r0b.fsf%40momi.ca%3E
After 2 weeks of holiday, I'm going back to work in 'die schmutzfabrik' tomorrow :-(
* You can now have multiple local themes. Just put your theme(s) in ~/.config/tut/themes/your-theme.ini and set theme=your-theme
* New command :newer and leader action newer that force loads new posts
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Debian bullseye on the RPI 4 with full disk encryption.
I use a few Raspberry PI’s to run virtual machines and k3s. Here is my journey to install Debian bullseye on the Raspberry PI with full disk encryption.
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