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Release number 17

There was a bug with follow requests that would crash tut, so you should update.

New features:
* Store your account credentials in a password manager
* Short hints. Doesn't show the text for all keys

Read more here github.com/RasmusLindroth/tut/

#tui #terminal #linux #tut

With the final #PinePhone keyboard prototype now undergoing testing, we want to know, will you be grabbing one at launch?

Release number 14 of tut

* Yank URLs
* Pattern match/glob URLs so they will open with different programs
* Set up to five custom programs to open URLs with

Read more about the release here github.com/RasmusLindroth/tut/

#tui #terminal #linux #tut

Interesting to read: megi's PinePhone Development Log xnux.eu/log/#043

2021–07–26: The latest prototype

Revision 2 of the PinePhone keyboard, this one is actually nice to type on :D

I've created a reference card for myself for the -out pine64.com/product/pinephone-f

Maybe it's useful for someone else? Hopefully there are no mistakes ;)

I eventually took 10 minutes to write a very quick post to talk about Mastodon and especially the TUI tut.
tilde.cafe/~wwwgem/system/07-t

Why is everyone talking about #Windows 11 these days? We are waiting for the free #Debian 11 instead! Who too?

We'd like to take the opportunity to thank all the Debian contributors for their work in the past and on the upcoming #Bullseye release. Thank you for reliably powering Codeberg since day one!

We've been listening to feedback that there are too many password prompts in the on-device installer and that the dedicated #SSH user is confusing.

New workflow:
* sshd always disabled
* confusing prompts removed
* follow steps in the wiki postmarketos.org/ssh to enable sshd and to disable password auth

postmarketos.org/edge/2021/06/

Shout out to @mobian who is also using the on-device installer, contributed quite a few cool things and always had the dedicated SSH user dialog disabled 👋

Running a tiling WM on your phone sounds like a stupid idea... until you discover #Sxmo. The whole thing is simple but amazing - it takes one or two days to get used to it, but then you know it inside out. Thanks to the built-in extensibility and simple codebase, you can change everything to your liking. This interface and its skilled community have become a great asset in
the wider #linux smartphone ecosystem!

cowsay <<<"Happy $((2**5))nd Birthday BASH shell" | lolcat -F 1 # /bin/bash turns 32 today. #bash #unix #linux

About time I join the party here on #mastodon. Or rather, after careful consideration of how much of a timesink this will be vs. the benefit of being able to do some not-directly-pmOS related toots, I decided this makes sense for me 😀

I knew, going into #PinePhone ownership, that on account of #Mobian being early-stage and hacky, and PinePhone being (by modern phone standards) a bit underpowered, that it would involve some work to make the phone into something I could bear to use daily.

Here's an example though of how the flip-side applies - that I _can put in the work to make it better_:
wiki.mobian-project.org/doku.p

I wanted áúóéí characters for my Gaeilge, and the built-in keyboards don't provide AltGr which is used to type those in Gnome/Linux. No problem, it seems - I can just change some config files and add either AltGr, or perhaps just make a totally custom and more useful keyboard that lets me switch more comfortably between languages.

This is why I choose a true Linux phone.

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