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  1. craigevil

    Raspberry Pi OS/Debian App Stores/GUI Package Managers

    Raspberry PI OS / Debian GUI Package Managers(App Stores) Gnome-Software (Removes pi-package/Add/Remove) Application manager for GNOME sudo apt install gnome-software gnome-software-plugin-flatpak gnome-software-plugin-snap flatpak snapd...
  2. craigevil

    What have you added to your bashrc?

    Here is what I have added to mine: Edited: Removed thef*** # Powerline . /usr/share/powerline/bindings/bash/ # Midnight Commander . /usr/lib/mc/ # Fix for my messed up PATH PATH=$PATH:/home/pi/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/home/pi/.local/bin # fzf...
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    Vivaldi says NO to Google's Idle Api

    Big update alert: Vivaldi says no to Google Idle API, improves Capture, Download Panel, Sync, adds 68 new languages to Translate, and more
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    What apps outside your sources do you use?

    Here are the ones that I currently have installed: aptitude search ?obsolete i balena-etcher-electron - balenaEtcher is a powerful OS image flasher built with web technologies to ensure i com.github.johnfactotum.foliate...
  5. craigevil

    It's Official Debian Testing is now Bookworm

    base-files was updated today, so now inxi, neofetch, etc all say Bookworm. neofetch: OS: Debian GNU/Linux bookworm/sid aarch64 Inxi: Distro: Raspberry Pi OS base: Debian GNU/Linux bookworm/sid
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    Found a nifty GUI package installer that also has plugins for Flatpack and Snap. Gnome-Software It doesn't pull in many depends when installed; Installed-Size: 6,768 kB Depends: appstream, apt-config-icons, gnome-software-common (= 3.38.1-1)...
  7. craigevil

    Curious if anyone uses Obsidian? It is a rather interesting way to keep notes or a journal. Unfortunately there is no actual Linux packaging format available just Flatpak or Snap. I went ahead and installed the flatpak, it runs surprisingly well. I haven't used it much. But it definitely would be a good...
  8. craigevil

    eDEX-UI cross-platform terminal emulator and system monitor It would probably make a nice desktop on a touchscreen device. Yes I know it shows an IP address. It shows the protonvpn IP in California, not my actual IP.
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    Simple MOTD for Debian Desktop

    Ubuntu-like "message of the day" screen for Debian desktop terminals, without the requirement of PAM It needs figlet and lolcat. YES I know it hasn't been updated since 2019. But it really doesn't do much. Plus the script that actually...
  10. craigevil

    Share Your BASH Aliases

    Found some really helpful ones, so I edited my bash_aliases and this post: # Start gomuks Matrix Client alias gomuks=/home/pi/Downloads/gomuks-linux-arm64 # Show open ports alias ports='netstat -tulanp' # Refresh .bashrc alias bashrc="nano ~/.bashrc && source ~/.bashrc" # if user is not...
  11. craigevil

    RaspberryPi Chat on Matrix, Discord, IRC, Reddit

    Reddit There are several subreddits for pi projects and for showing off your Pi. Discord Discord app: Raspberry Pie Discord: Pico Discord:
  12. craigevil

    Firefox user.js for Security and Privacy

    Does anyone use user.js with Firefox? Post your user.js user_pref("beacon.enabled", false); user_pref("browser.backspace_action", 0); user_pref("browser.discovery.enabled", false); user_pref("browser.proton.appmenu.enabled", true); user_pref("browser.proton.enabled", true)...
  13. craigevil

    Manjaro Arm Release 21.04

    For anyone that runs arm8 Manjaro 21.04 is out. It took me 2 minutes to download the KDE version for my Pi400.
  14. craigevil

    Craigevil's Giant Sources.list Resurrected

    My original list is horribly outdated so I am starting to work on a new list. Keep in mind I have no idea what most of this software does or whether it is safe to use. It is up to you to decide what to install on your system. That said if you bork your Debian install Do Not blame me...
  15. craigevil

    Installing Mint's WebApps-Manager

    With Google dropping support for webapps next year and removing sync from Chromium it is time to come back to Firefox. Trying to find out how to create webapps with Firefox I cam across Mint's WebApp-Manager.
  16. craigevil

    Pinxi the New inxi

    How to Install: cd /usr/local/bin; wget -O pinxi; chmod +x pinxi Usage and output is the same as inxi. It is h2's new version of inxi written in Perl. In case you did not already know there is a IRC channel for support: IRC: server: