So instead of using only tor when using tor browser, I can use tor while using firefox, the command line, etc.
I use Manjaro Cinnamon.
I know I'll have to be careful with emails and some other applications that aren't encrypted.
I've replaced all my apps for FOSS alternatives, but the keyboard I have now seems very difficult to write in compared to what I used to have. It just doesn't recommend me appropriate enough words to have to write less. I want something that I can add different languages and it has a fuzzy finder to let me select words by typing only a few characters. Is there something like that?
Something that lets me select a frequency above which all sounds would be filtered in real time? I don't know if a software can separate the high pitched sounds from the rest of the sounds. If it was possible that would be perfect. If not just removing all sounds when any sound goes above the threshold.
In Arch Linux I want to get a list of the packages installed and install all packages from a file. But I want to include packages from the AUR.
With pacman I can get the [list of installed packages](https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Pacman/Tips_and_tricks#List_of_installed_packages):
$ pacman -Qqe > pkglist.txt
And [install packages from a list](https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Pacman/Tips_and_tricks#Install_packages_from_a_list):
# pacman -S --needed - < pkglist.txt
I'm going through the trouble of changing all the accounts I've used for [AnonAddy](https://app.anonaddy.com/) aliases, to not give my private account to anyone. So when creating this GPG key, I should just give it an AnonAddy alias right? Something like `public-CYwb8@user.anonaddy.com`.
GnuPG needs to construct a user ID to identify your key.
Is this configuration what I'm looking for?
set pop_host = pops://firstname.lastname@example.org:xxxx
set folder = "$XDG_CACHE_HOME"/mail # default mailbox location
set spoolfile = +/ # unread or inbox
set mbox = +read
set record = +sent
set postponed = +drafts
set include # a copy of the message you are replying
Are those folders created automatically or do they need to exist?
And what happens if I use this?
set pop_authenticators = "digest-md5"
Inspired by [ask1234560/dotfiles_bspwm](https://github.com/ask1234560/dotfiles_bspwm), [rgaiacs/dotfiles](https://github.com/rgaiacs/dotfiles/blob/master/.muttrc.pop3), [man page](https://neomutt.org/man/neomuttrc).
I've just learned about [Mutt Wizard](https://yewtu.be/watch?v=mPiQuWbF57M). Should I use that?
Before, I used *@Voice Aloud Reader* to read websites, but I'm trying to use only FOSS software now. Is there a way I could turn an [online documentation](https://join-lemmy.org/docs/en/index.html) into an ebook to listen with *Librera PRO*? Can *Librera PRO* be used to read websites?
I've tried *Voice Recorder* from F-droid, but for some reason it isn't working. I've recently changed the operating system from MIUI 12 to Lineage OS, so I don't know if FOSS software may have issues recording audio.
I've installed a few LSPs. I want to install all the popular ones to do it once and forget about it. So which ones do you have installed?
sudo npm i -g cssmodules-language-server vscode-langservers-extracted sql-language-server typescript typescript-language-server bash-language-server
pip install pyright