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  1. craigevil

    RaspberryPi Chat on Matrix and Discord

    Matrix Raspberry Pi : https://matrix.to/#/#raspberrypi:matrix.org?via=matrix.org&via=privacytools.io&via=tchncs.de Reddit http://reddit.com/r/raspberry_pi/ Raspberry Pie Discord: https://discord.gg/D3PDb645 Pico Discord: https://discord.gg/WyV6ccWh Pimoroni Discord...
  2. craigevil

    WHAT ARE YOUR TOP COMMAND LINE APPS??????

    tilde inxi - full featured system information script irssi - terminal based IRC client gomuks - A terminal based Matrix client written in Go moc - ncurses based console audio player nano - ncurses-based editor apt - commandline package manager Htop is an ncursed-based process viewer similar to...
  3. craigevil

    Thoughts on Flatpaks and AppImages

    If you install Discover on Manjaro KDE it also installs the needed flatpak/snap depends. Then when you use it and search or just scroll through it, it shows apps that are Snaps and Flatpaks.
  4. craigevil

    Thoughts on Flatpaks and AppImages

    https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2020/02/ubuntu-snap-store-transition Debian is relatively easy to install. Not quite as easy as Ubuntu/Mint, but not as difficult as Arch. Manjaro is pretty simple to install. https://endeavouros.com/ is pretty much a graphical Arch installer. Anyway back on topic...
  5. craigevil

    Thoughts on Flatpaks and AppImages

    That I am not sure about. I just know that they usually are. For example I am on arm64, I use a Discord appimage, the appimage is only 82mb, while the installed .deb is 232mb.
  6. craigevil

    Thoughts on Flatpaks and AppImages

    Flatpaks are huge. As they install all of the needed libs. The only good thing about flatpaks is they are sandboxed. For example I installed the Bitwarden flatpak, with all the necessary libs that flatpak installed it was almost 1GB. The same goes for almost any flatpak. I guess if you can't...
  7. craigevil

    Firefox user.js for Security and Privacy

    This way if I install Firefox on a new OS, I simply copy my user.js to the new Firefox profile and all of my settings are there. Plus a couple were either hidden and only available in about:config or were ones I have added to about:config.
  8. 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)...
  9. craigevil

    Share your browser add-ons

    Bitwarden ClearURLs Cookie Autodelete Copy Plaintest CSS Exfil Protection Dark Reader Facebook Container HTTPS Everywhere I don't care about cookies LocalCDN Mega NoScript Privacy Redirect Privacy Settings Smart Referer Ublock Origin SpnsorBlock for YouTube
  10. craigevil

    Correct hosts file for ipv6 hostname

    This is what my /etc/hosts looks like. 127.0.0.1 localhost ::1 localhost ip6-localhost ip6-loopback ff02::1 ip6-allnodes ff02::2 ip6-allrouters 127.0.1.1 raspberrypi
  11. craigevil

    Manjaro offers desktop as a service through partner Shells

    Unfortunately it isn't free. But interesting nonetheless. https://www.shells.com/l/en-US/pricing?special=manjaro
  12. craigevil

    Manjaro Arm Release 21.04

    For anyone that runs arm8 Manjaro 21.04 is out. https://forum.manjaro.org/t/manjaro-arm-21-04-released/61974 It took me 2 minutes to download the KDE version for my Pi400.
  13. craigevil

    What to expect for privacy

    I use Nextdns to block most tracking and ads. I set it up on my router and on my Android phone I set it up using the PrivateDNS setting. I also use Protonvpn on all my devices. With Securecore and Netshield. I use Chromium for sites that I visit regularly like forums. I use Firefox for secure...
  14. craigevil

    Linux debian change the config??

    vim-tiny is usually installed, but nano is the default editor. Nano is much easier for a newbie. Heck after almost 20 yrs of using linux I have yet to be bothered with learning to use vi/vim.
  15. craigevil

    I've been playing with a new (to me) browser.

    Easier to just use multiple tabs in Chromium or Firefox.
  16. craigevil

    I've been playing with a new (to me) browser.

    https://rambox.app/#ce
  17. craigevil

    Internet Browsers on mintOS 20.1 which im struggling getting.

    If for some strange reason you really want Icecat just download it from: https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/gnuzilla/60.7.0/ unzip and you are good to go. But it was last updated on 2019-06-02. I wouldn't recommend using it. If you are running Gnome you might take a look at Eolie...
  18. craigevil

    Internet Browsers on mintOS 20.1 which im struggling getting.

    Brave has a Mint repo: https://brave.com/linux/#linux Lots of browser choices.
  19. craigevil

    Internet Browsers on mintOS 20.1 which im struggling getting.

    Icecat hasn't been updated in a long long time. LibreWolf use the Appimage or Flatpak. Search the forum this is a thread on how to do either. Waterfox just download and unzip: https://cdn.waterfox.net/releases/linux64/installer/waterfox-G3.2.0.en-US.linux-x86_64.tar.bz2
  20. craigevil

    CPU level security threat. How can we protect ourselves?

    I am quite happy with my PI 400. Running the PI OS upgraded to Debian Unstable.
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