@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)
$ mocp -l http://url/to/onlineradio
close xterm no issues
$ 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 ;)
Encrypted chat app Wickr is funded by the CIA. We'd recommend Signal or Threema instead! https://www.vice.com/en/article/y3dawk/wickr-cia-funding-inqtel
To fully trust an app, it's necessary that all client code is published as open source: https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/open-source-email/
Happy 25th Anniversary, KDE! 🎉
So proud of this community and everything we achieved in the last quarter of a century. Here's to the next 25 years!
If you are sick of Firefox's bullshit and don't support DRM?
Try Pale Moon.
Yeah sure, it's not perfect, but it's literally one of the only community-based browser not based on webkit/blink/chromium.
Pale Moon has some nice extensions for improving privacy.
Anyway, hustle what you must, but hustle, you must.
As a reminder, if you see something way out of character coming out of FreeRadical, let me know. Even if I get busy with offline stuff, I always read and process moderation reports.
This isn’t any anything-goes instance, never has been, and never will be. The beauty of the fediverse is that no one server has to be all things to all people.
you know those days when you solve an issue and it is neither life saving/enhancing skill nor a job skill to pay your bill. Just a random fix you figured randomly for a random issue and the world kept spinning...
I had one of those. Seeking validation would be embarrassing, so here goes...
Oh you are scrolling away
@Hawk1291 This assumes that one has to choose a Chromium-based browser, but here are some other available options:
- Firefox forks: IceCat, Pale Moon, ...
- Text browsers: lynx, elinks, w3m, ...
- Other graphical browser: qutebrowser, midori, badwolf, surf, nyxt, ...
- Build your own (the hardcore way)
Surely they don't have as much support but I can live with that.
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