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January 12, 2019

Calc - A command-line calculator

Calc is an interactive calculator which provides for easy large numeric calculations, but which also can be easily programmed for difficult or long calculations. Continue reading →

Tags: Calc | Calculator | CLI
January 8, 2019

Using i3lock with systemd-suspend

This is a remake of a few days old post [Commit: 83ac8455]. I shouldn't make posts when I'm that tired. :) Continue reading →

Tags: i3 | i3lock | Systemd | Suspend
December 15, 2018

My new mouse - Logitech G305

I don’t really do reviews, this is just my 5 cents about it after owning it for more than a month. If you want an actual review from someone who actually knows computer mouses, check out Rocket Jump Ninja on YouTube. His review about this mouse is both informative and good. :) Continue reading →

November 30, 2018

How to use newlines and quotes with toot

I post a lot of updates to Mastodon using the CLI-client toot. And one thing that can be tricky to figure out is how to post content with newlines and quotes. Continue reading →

Tags: toot | Mastodon
November 16, 2018

XMPP via the command-line with sendxmpp

sendxmpp is a XMPP client for the command-line. It’s basically a Perl-script and it’s intended to be an alternative to sendmail. Continue reading →

October 20, 2018

Automatically setting the relevant title for YouTube videos in mpv

I was annoyed with the static title “mpv” when I watch YouTube videos via mpv, so I made this little script that automatically sets the relevant title in mpv for me. Continue reading →

Tags: mpv | YouTube
October 18, 2018

Launching MultiMC instances via Rofi

I play a lot of Minecraft, both vanilla and with mods, which is partly why I use the third party and open source launcher MultiMC. It’s a great launcher that lets you create various instances of Minecraft completely separated from each other in sandboxes. Continue reading →

Tags: Rofi | MultiMC | Minecraft
October 17, 2018

Making a bootable USB with Windows in Linux using WoeUSB

WoeUSB is a tool that lets you /very easily/ create a bootable USB with Windows in Linux. It works with only one command, so there’s not much to write about. Continue reading →

Tags: Windows | WoeUSB
October 16, 2018

Converting FLAC audio to OGG Vorbis

I almost always buy my music from Bandcamp these days (no affiliation—just a happy customer), it’s a DRM-free service that let’s you download the music in various formats, like FLAC and OGG Vorbis. Continue reading →

Tags: FLAC | OGG_Vorbis | oggenc | Audio
October 13, 2018

Grouping and sorting regular and symlinked folders before files with ls in zsh

By default ls sorts all folders, symlinked folders and files by name and not by type and then by name, which is very annoying and sometimes even confusing. Continue reading →

Tags: zsh