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  Thread: What font are you using now?
Post: RE: What font are you using now?

I really like gohufont but 11 is too small and 14 is too big, I wish the size was similar to Terminus. By the way, are there any new kids on the bitmap rice block ?
buttcake Desktop Customization & Workflow 98 47,029 29-07-2017, 07:17 PM
  Thread: Password management
Post: RE: Password management

Is there something like this https://github.com/w8rbt/dpg but for cli ?
buttcake Security & Cryptography 52 22,527 13-07-2017, 08:49 AM
  Thread: Unix screen-shots thread!
Post: RE: Unix screen-shots thread!

That's pretty cool. What are the advantages of using tmux with a tiling wm ? I was thinking of trying it a while ago but the thought of having to muscle learn all of the keybinds again puts me off. I ...
buttcake Desktop Customization & Workflow 1,687 825,434 10-07-2017, 09:06 AM
  Thread: Messenger Group
Post: RE: Messenger Group

>Well... Maybe if we add encryption I would be in too! I think OMEMO is implemented in a few clients already. There's even a plugin which is in a usable state for profanity. I've never used it thou...
buttcake Community & Forums Related Discussions 6 2,274 01-06-2017, 07:56 AM
  Thread: Simplest way to show user messages from an irc channel in a terminal
Post: RE: Simplest way to show user messages from an irc...

I've had a lot to do these days but I feel bad for not saying something after this abundance of information. Thank you. For what it's worth what I was trying to do was really really simple, something ...
buttcake Servers Administration, Networking, & Virtualization 7 3,305 26-05-2017, 05:57 AM
  Thread: Simplest way to show user messages from an irc channel in a terminal
Post: Simplest way to show user messages from an irc cha...

I'm big on lurking and I'm thinking of using either ii or sic with tail while finding a way to get rid of non-user messages. How would you guys go about it ?
buttcake Servers Administration, Networking, & Virtualization 7 3,305 22-05-2017, 12:35 PM
  Thread: Tox
Post: RE: Tox

I know. But none of those have a comfy command line application.
buttcake Security & Cryptography 9 4,442 12-05-2017, 09:06 AM
  Thread: Tox
Post: RE: Tox

I also share your feeling but xmpp + otr is too hard for 'normal' people to use. Basically with tox you make them install qtox and utox and then you give them 'this string' which they add and voila, w...
buttcake Security & Cryptography 9 4,442 11-05-2017, 03:16 PM
  Thread: Tox
Post: RE: Tox

I'm just using it to talk to two of my friends. Tox was an easy choice because it has a plethora of user interfaces available unlike other applications which operate under the secure messaging umbrell...
buttcake Security & Cryptography 9 4,442 10-05-2017, 03:04 PM
  Thread: Tox
Post: Tox

I've been using the toxic client for a while and even though I knew about ratox I did not try it because I never really used suckless type software before. Is there currently any way I can pipe the p...
buttcake Security & Cryptography 9 4,442 10-05-2017, 02:21 PM