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@fatboy as much as i hated it at the start... moc (run as mocp) is designed to run in a server client fashion.
$ mocp -S (starts the server)
$ mocp -a /path/to/music (add your music lib)
$ mocp -p (to play)
or
$ mocp -l http://url/to/onlineradio
close xterm no issues

later...
$ mocp -i (check current song info
$ mocp -G (pause/unpause)
$ mocp -s (stop)

you can close the terminal after any and every of those commands. open a new one and pass some more commands

wish someone wrote this doc ;)

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Most of the times it is realized only after the fact, that it is never worth your while to try going the extra mile to patch things with anyone. They'll slack off just as much. Best to let their grip slip off.

We're celebrating six years of open source: tutanota.com/blog/posts/tutano 😀🥳 By publishing the client code as open source, others can verify that we protect your privacy with built-in encryption. We even use our own captcha & push to not depend on any Google service. 😀

Maintenance scheduled on 09/24 at 4 PM CEST. 3h to 4h of downtime expected.

We have received a lot of feedback these last few weeks, mostly positive. So we'd like to take a moment and say: Thank YOU! ♥️🙌
Thank you for sticking with Tutanota. Thank you for your support. Thank you for your encouraging comments - and also for your criticism. You motivate us to transform Tutanota into the best secure email service possible. So, thank you! 😀💪

i miss the network clients table info from the current major version of pi-hole. they just cut it out so abruptly they did not even care that the arpflush command does now have no network table in the sqlite db to look up. filtering by clients and killing off really spammy clients were a big help. now the group management thing sucks.

Yesterday's outage was caused by attacks on our DNS providers. These attacks against have been completely out of our control, but we've managed to switch to a new provider. We thank everyone for your patience and continuous support!
tutanota.com/blog/posts/ddos-d

There's another DDoS attack. We are already working on mitigating this. Please check the status here: status.tutanota.com/

We've seen another DDoS attack last night, which led to a downtime. We would like to thank our community for sticking with us during these difficult times. Everything should be working again! If you want to support our fight against the attackers, please check here how you can help: tutanota.com/blog/posts/ddos-a

We will also speed up offline support so that you can access your mailbox at all times in the future. 😀🙏 Thank you!

why the fuck does gnu screen not include a simple thing like Ctrl-A Tab is required for switching between two panes in a split window in its onscreen help of ``^A?``?

I need to look up the net just for that? now that i work with internet access blocked machines, these things can be quite fucking pissing off...

Remember when #DeleteFacebook was trending? Now is the time to finally do it! 💪😎 businessinsider.com/facebook-e
Here are our recommended alternatives to leave Facebook and Google; Mastodon included of course. 😉 tutanota.com/blog/posts/how-to

if a remote machine is logged into mutli-user.target mode (systemd equivalent of init runlevel 2-4) and you ssh to it with x11 forwarding enabled (both on client and sshd config, should you or should you not be able to launch gui apps over ssh? if not, what's the minimum X server piece i can run on the server to make sure I don't consume RAM from any heavy desktop environment on the server?

A bit early, but we have compared our beta calendar to Google, Outlook and Apple. Why do you use the Tutanota Calendar?!
tutanota.com/calendar-app-comp

We are happy to celebrate six years of open source with you! 🥳🤩 Six years ago, we have published the Tutanota web client as open source. Since then, we had to overcome major challenges and by taking them on, we achieved great things: tutanota.com/blog/posts/tutano

Some users might have had timeouts due to increased server response times during the last 25 minutes. We fixed that bug. Sorry for this inconvenience!

If you are selling a vehicle online (or anywhere for that matter) You should include:
year
make
model
mileage
title status
any major issues
asking price

Do not leave any out.

I dont need to know that the AC "BLOWS SO SUPER DUPER COLLLLLD OMGGGG!" or any other nonsense that im going to find out the minute i start the car.

And,
"strong motor and transmission" means absolutely nothing. don't put that.

so, question.... what are the opinions about running a openvpn server in AWS?

i can run one for free for 12 months in AWS.. Can we guaranty that AWS isn't.keeping logs?

Microsoft, please tell me how plaintext emails are a high barrier of entry? As opposed to buying a laptop with proprietary software on it, updating it for a week (because your updates are shit) downloading proprietary spyware, then creating an account with an email address?

Alright, wheels up. Love y’all! ✈️

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