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tmux - The Desktop Environment for your Terminal - Lunduke Show

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I was reading about how you can't sue Uber. That made me write a poem. Obviously.

Here's a 4K version, just cuz:

This is so awesome looking. Printing on my lulzbot3D Mini now. Fingers crossed it works well.

Bing chosen as best Search Engine by poll of nerds - Lunduke Show

Yay! Big, round number! And still growing by over a thousand each month. All of you rule.

I finally got to squeeze in the show for the first time in a long time. Props to @BryanLunduke and @therealmatthartley ... Loved the episode.

"Linux Thursday - Poo-Poo on Wayland Edition" - feat. Matt Hartley

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The Daily Stormer & the Right to be on The Internet - Angry Lunduke

Yeah, baby! It's live stream time! Linux and yelling comin' at ya!

@geekrob @BryanLunduke Goodday! Stop being so not annoying! Haha

If I annoy you, you can blame @BryanLunduke for my existence on Mastodon. It's his fault. Otherwise, Hello Mastodon!

Whoah. The "Linux Sucks" series has now been watched well over 3 *million* times.


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Most important Lunduke Show... EVER!

"Making your terminal text colorful with lolcat"

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@nani I'm certainly no @BryanLunduke but a relativly easy way to personalise your terminal is to set your bash prompt to something more creative , I have a standard prompt of

PS1='[\u@\h \W]\$ '
which looks like
[jason@j ~]$

however changing ( or commenting out and replacing) the original PS1= line in ~/.bashrc with

PS1='[\u@\H ]\n[time: \A location: \w ]>>\$ '


source ~/.bashrc

will look like

[jason@j.hostname.fqdn ]
[time: 00:06 location: ~ ]>>$

more info in man bash

@BryanLunduke awesome episode! I just installed rtv after watching it 🤓👨‍💻