Knightwise talks about how he uses his Raspberry Pi to get things done, and keep his connection to the Internet secure and private when he's away from home. He also discusses a number of command line tools that he uses on the Pi which help to keep the workflow simple and clutter-free.
Comment #1 posted on 2016-06-09T10:14:22Z by pitfd
great contribution. Would like to have one :-). As I am not well versed in
server stuff, would you mind to elaborate on server setup - may be
point out a good tutorial?
Comment #2 posted on 2016-06-10T11:46:38Z by Jon Kulp
Great episode! Especially liked the rundown of CLI apps. Got CenterIM running on my servers now. Thanks.
Comment #3 posted on 2016-06-11T20:57:46Z by Jon Kulp
CLI word processing
I've been trying out that CLI word processor, wordgrinder. This is really pretty cool. Once I figured out that you had to use the native .wg format to start out with and then convert it over to odt or HTML, it worked great. I like how it does a nice clean HTML conversion without any styling at all. You've got very basic paragraph styles for headings and quotations, couple of basic character formatting options, it's just right. :-) Thanks for the tip.
Comment #4 posted on 2016-06-17T01:54:56Z by laindir
I also find myself ssh'd into my rpi as my daily driver--glad to know I'm not alone. I loved the list of apps and have saved it for a re-listen. Inspiring.
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