(Theme by u/DarkReaper231) Why I did I write this guide? Recently u/DarkReaper231 posted a nice monochrome theme on unixporn. His config works in i3-gaps only, so I decided to write a short guide to help port it to KDE plasma, Gnome, xfce and awesome wm! How well it look like? Installing dependencies Manjaro/Arch $ sudo pacman -Syu yay # This line is Only for Manjaro users (Arch users know what to do btw :P) $ yay -Sy picom-ibhagwan-git Enabling Rounded Corners Picom is the "composite manager" that is going to make windows rounded.
A simple guide to installing SearX on freeBSD Installing dependencies This blog post was written by a freeBSD noob. I just wrote how I did it, which might not be the most efficient way possible. Also this is my first blog, set your expectations low :) A port of searx already exists for freeBSD, so why bother? this port uses a deprecated version of python (py27)
Installation First we need to install certbot sudo pkg install py37-certbot Stop nginx to install the certificates sudo service nginx stop now we can safley run certbot sudo certbot certonly --standalone type your email , domain and sub domains when prompted you should recieve a success message saying Congratulations! Your certificate and chain have been saved at: /usr/local/etc/letsencrypt/live/DOMAIN.COM/fullchain.pem Your key file has been saved at: /usr/local/etc/letsencrypt/live/DOMAIN.
This blog post was written by a freeBSD noob. I just wrote how I did it, which might not be the most efficient way possible :) Installing packages Install nginx Install nginx with sudo pkg install nginx Install certbot sudo pkg install #TODO Configuring configure nginx Add nginx to rc.conf #/etc/rc.conf nginx_enable="YES" and enable it
This is installation was done on a FreeBSD server, though it should work on ubuntu/debain and most other distros. What is Droppy Droppy is a self-hosted file storage server with a web interface and capabilities to edit files and view media directly in the browser. It very light-weight and easy to setup compared to NextCloud or OwnCloud. Pre-requests Node.js >= 12.10.0 :)