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      404.html
  2. 10
      _config.yml
  3. 12
      _data/categories.yml
  4. 4
      _includes/category/title.html
  5. 35
      _includes/header.html
  6. 13
      _includes/post/about.html
  7. 4
      _layouts/category.html
  8. 2
      _layouts/post.html
  9. 62
      _posts/2015-09-08-sample-post.markdown
  10. 12
      _posts/2018-08-12-Formatting-tests.md
  11. 3
      _posts/2018-08-12-lossless-screen-recording.md
  12. 4
      _posts/2018-08-15-arch-spin-pt-1.md
  13. 3
      _posts/2018-08-17-arch-spin-pt-2.md
  14. 3
      _posts/2018-08-18-arch-spin-pt-3.md
  15. 8
      _posts/2018-08-20-Get-a-three-day-weather-forecast-in-your-terminal.md
  16. 24
      _posts/2018-12-14-forecasting-with-a-command.md
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      about.md
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      categories/minimalism.html
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      categories/productivity.html
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404.html

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---
<h2 class="go-home">
I suggest you <a href="/">go home</a>.
I suggest you go <u><a href="/">home</a></u>.
It's 404 and getting dark . . .
</h2>

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_config.yml

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# Site settings
title: NixNet
description: >
Write an awesome description for your new site here. You can edit this
line in _config.yml. It will appear in your document head meta (for
Google search results) and in your feed.xml site description.
baseurl: "/blog" # the subpath of your site, e.g. /blog/
Ramblings from a random GNU/Linux user, sysadmin, and professional multi-instrumentalist
baseurl: "" # the subpath of your site, e.g. /blog/
url: "https://nixnet.xyz" # the base hostname & protocol for your site
author:
fullname: Amolith
mastodon: amolith
gitlab: Amolith
gitea: Amolith
telegram: amolith
email: amolith@nixnet.xyz
# Syntax highlighting
highlightstyle: ''

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_data/categories.yml

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- slug: design
name: Design
- slug: tools
name: Tools
- slug: productivity
name: Productivity
- slug: minimalism
name: Minimalism
- slug: arch-spin
name: Arch spin

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_includes/category/title.html

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<h1 class="page-title">
<div class="page-title__text">{{ category_name }}</div>
<div class="page-title__subtitle">Articles on the category <strong>‘{{ category_name }}’</strong></div>
</h1>
<div class="page-title__subtitle">Articles in the category <strong>‘{{ category_name }}’</strong></div>
</h1>

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_includes/header.html

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</div>
<ul class="social-links">
<a href="https://gitlab.com/{{ site.author.gitlab }}" class="social-links__entry" target="_blank">
<i class="fa fa-gitlab"></i>
</a>
<a href="https://fosstodon.org/@{{ site.author.mastodon }}" class="social-links__entry" target="_blank">
<i class="fa fa-mastodon"></i>
</a>
{% if site.author.mastodon %}
<a href="https://fosstodon.org/@{{ site.author.gitlab }}" class="social-links__entry" target="_blank">
<i class="fa fa-mastodon"></i>
</a>
{% endif %}
{% if site.author.gitea %}
<a href="https://git.nixnet.xyz/@{{ site.author.mastodon }}" class="social-links__entry" target="_blank">
<i class="fa fa-gitea"></i>
</a>
{% endif %}
{% if site.author.gitlab %}
<a href="https://gitlab.com/{{ site.author.gitlab }}" class="social-links__entry" target="_blank">
<i class="fa fa-gitlab"></i>
</a>
{% endif %}
{% if site.author.telegram %}
<a href="https://t.me/{{ site.author.mastodon }}" class="social-links__entry" target="_blank">
<i class="fa fa-telegram"></i>
</a>
{% endif %}
{% if site.author.email %}
<a href="mailto:{{ site.author.mastodon }}" class="social-links__entry" target="_blank">
<i class="fa fa-envelope"></i>
</a>
{% endif %}
</ul>
</header>

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_includes/post/about.html

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{% for post in site.posts %}
{% if post.categories contains page.category %}
{% for category in site.data.categories %}
{% if category.slug == post.category %}
{% assign category_name = category.name %}
{% endif %}
{% endfor %}
{% endif %}
{% endfor %}
<div class="about">
<div class="about__devider">*****</div>
<div class="about__text">
<a href="{{ post.category | prepend: site.url }}"> Other posts in {{ category_name }}</a>
</div>
<div class="about__text">
Written by the pseudonymous<strong> {% if page.author.fullname %} {{ page.author.fullname }} {% else %} {{ site.author.fullname }} {% endif %}</strong>
on <strong>{{ page.date | date: "%d %B %Y" }}</strong>

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_layouts/category.html

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{% if empty_category %}
<li class="empty-post-list">
It seems that there are no articles on that category,
please go back <a href="/">home</a> to see the full list of articles.
please go <a href="/">home</a> to see the full list of articles.
</li>
{% endif %}
</ul>
{% include page/explore.html %}
{% include page/explore.html %}

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_layouts/post.html

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{% include post/about.html %}
{% include externals/disqus.html %}
{% include externals/disqus.html %}

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_posts/2015-09-08-sample-post.markdown

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---
layout: post
title: "Sample post from Daktilo"
subtitle: "What you can do with it!"
date: 2014-08-19 23:56:45
categories: [tool]
---
Just a sample post to show some of the *typography* elements supported from
**daktilo** theme.
___
A blockquote:
> We are Hitchhikers in the road of open source knowledge.
## Header 2
Duis lacinia commodo dui, vel aliquam metus hendrerit eu. Integer et scelerisque dui. Sed nec molestie quam. Donec sit amet nisl a massa commodo ultrices nec quis nunc. Aenean aliquet eu arcu adipiscing dignissim. Nunc dictum elit vitae dolor molestie aliquet.
Example code:
{% highlight javascript %}
var light = new Light();
var switchUp = new FlipUpCommand(light);
var switchDown = new FlipDownCommand(light);
var s = new Switch();
s.storeAndExecute(switchUp);
s.storeAndExecute(switchDown);
{% endhighlight %}
A list:
- Praesent nisi elit, bibendum ut consectetur ac, aliquet in nunc
- Donec ante est, volutpat in mi et, pulvinar congue dolor.
- Quisque ultrices pulvinar sollicitudin.
- Duis elementum odio eu euismod suscipit.
- Integer enim lorem, interdum sit amet consectetur non, bibendum eget neque.
A numbered list:
1. Praesent nisi elit, bibendum ut consectetur ac, aliquet in nunc.
2. Donec ante est, volutpat in mi et, pulvinar congue dolor.
3. Quisque ultrices pulvinar sollicitudin.
4. Duis elementum odio eu euismod suscipit.
5. Integer enim lorem, interdum sit amet consectetur non, bibendum eget neque.
Definition list:
Curabitur cursus magna eu sem cursus
: ac ultrices urna pharetra.
: Duis scelerisque ipsum eu luctus elementum.
Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus
: Curabitur malesuada lacus ac gravida porttitor
: Duis sodales feugiat lorem et mollis.
Want to suggest something? Please [Send me a request](https://github.com/kronik3r/daktilo/issues/new).

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_posts/2018-08-12-Formatting-tests.md

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---
layout: post
title: Formatting Tests
date: 2018-08-12 23:23:16
date: 2018-08-11 23:23:16
---
# Hello, world!
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> You need to actively disown your code to make it completely free. It’s not in the public domain just because you released it in the public. Even worse, when using no license, the copyright might behave different depending where you and someone allegedly breaking it lives. It differs from country to country.
\- p410n3, *[UNLICENSE - cuz I can't be bothered](https://blog.palone.top/detail/news/unlicense-cuz-i-cant-be-bothered/)*
#### Some definitions
Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus
: Curabitur malesuada lacus ac gravida porttitor
: Duis sodales feugiat lorem et mollis.
Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus
: Curabitur malesuada lacus ac gravida porttitor
: Duis sodales feugiat lorem et mollis.

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---
layout: post
title: Losslessy recording your desktop (and secondary monitor)
title: Lossless screen recording
categories: minimalism
date: 2018-08-12 17:15:20
---
# NEVER USE OBS AGAIN

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---
layout: post
title: "A perfect bootable? HA!"
title: Arch spin pt. 1 - The perfect bootable
subtitle: "There's no such thing . . . yet"
categories: arch-spin
date: 2018-8-15 10:38
categories: [design, tool]
---
# Thus begins the journey
Today I had an orthodontist appointment and a voice lesson. The appointment was at 15:00 and the voice lesson at 16:00. I got to the orthodontist's office 10 minutes early, was told to right to the back (like always), I sat down in the seat, and the orthodontist came over after a few minutes with another patient. He looked at my teeth, had me put my retainers in, checked how they fit, then said I don't ever need to come back (unless I do need to). That all took about 7 or 8 minutes. My voice lesson was ~5 minutes away so I had an hour to kill. I drove to the college (where the lesson was), went into the computer lab, and booted my [multibootable](http://multibootusb.org/) bootable.

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---
layout: post
title: Initial setup
title: Arch spin pt. 2 - Initial setup
categories: arch-spin
date: 2018-08-17 14:11:07
---
# First steps to rolling your own spin

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---
layout: post
title: packages.x86_64
title: Arch spin pt. 3 - packages.x86_64
categories: arch-spin
date: 2018-08-18 16:52:42
---
# Package configuration

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_posts/2018-08-20-Get-a-three-day-weather-forecast-in-your-terminal.md

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---
layout: post
title: Get a three-day weather forecast in your terminal!
date: 2018-08-20 23:36:38
tags:
---
# Just a little alias . . .
I don't remember where I found it but I have a short alias in my `~/.zshrc` that gives me a three-day weather forecast in the terminal. All it is is `clear && curl wttr.in/~<City>` (replace `<city>` with the city you live in). You can make it prettier by adding `|lolcat` to the end as well. Here's what the output looks like:

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_posts/2018-12-14-forecasting-with-a-command.md

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---
layout: page
title: "Forecasting with a command"
categories: minimalism
cover: /assets/weather.png
description: "Using a single command to get the week's weather forecast"
date: 2018-12-14 21:41
---
We all love the CLI *(and if we don't, we should)* so wouldn't it be great if there was a tool to see your weather forecast with a single command? Ceda Ei at <a href="https://webionite.com" target="_blank">webionite.com</a> has written a tool that uses the Dark Sky API to give you the forecast for a day or week, at your location, and in Celsius or Fahrenheit.
## Celsius
+ Weather for one week - `$ curl sky.webionite.com/location`
+ Weather for today - `$ curl sky.webionite.com/location/t`
## Fahrenheit
+ Weather for one week - `$ curl sky.webionite.com/f/location`
+ Weather for today - `$ curl sky.webionite.com/f/location/t`
A great way to make this faster and simpler is to put an alias in your shell's `rc` file. For bash, you can do that with:
```
echo "alias weather='curl sky.webionite.com/f/location'" >> ~/.bashrc
```
If you ever forget how to use the tool, just run `curl sky.webionite.com` and you'll be given instructions.
![](/assets/weather.png)

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about.md

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subtitle: GNU/Linux lover and multi-instrmentalist
permalink: /about/
---
## A bit about me
I am an 18 year old student who lives in the Southern US. This is my last year in high school and I’m planning to graduate with my high school diploma, an Associate’s Degree in Arts, a second in Sciences, and a third in Fine Arts, Music.
## Experience with Linux, abbrv.
### Where it all started
I got started with GNU/Linux nearly two years ago and it was amazing. The only computer I had at the time was an Acer C710 Chromebook that I got at the beginning of 8th grade. I had this for three years before I grew tired of how limited it was. A friend told me about this thing called Linux and how I should look into seeing if I could get it on my Chromebook. He brought a USB stick to school that he said was “bootable”. I had no idea what this was but I trusted him. We turned off my Chromebook and turned it back on and he tried pressing a bunch of keys. This didn’t do anything. He was really confused and told me I’d have to do my own research on how to install Linux. I did and, eventually, I discovered a few tutorials I could follow. I combined a couple different ones, messed with the motherboard, enabled dev mode, flashed a new BIOS, and got vanilla Ubuntu installed.
### Distro hopping
I had a very bad experience with this because the Acer C710 has a 1.1 GHz dual-core processor, 2 GB of RAM, and 16 GB of storage (SSD). I didn’t give up though and started distro hopping, looking for the most lightweight distro I could find. This eventually led me to GalliumOS, a distro built for Chromebooks. It ran well enough but I had heard of this thing called Arch that was supposed to be the ultimate. I knew I couldn’t install vanilla Arch so I went with ArcoLinuxD (ArchMergeD, at the time) and it was a great experience. That’s what’s still on my Chromebook.
### “Real” computer
Last March, a friend’s father got me a brand new laptop that actually works. I left Windows on it for three days then wiped it. I went with ArchLabs and loved it . . . until I tried to play some Steam games. Apparently there was a font issue with some of ArchLabs’ s fonts. No one was able to help so I just went for Arch. I installed Xubuntu (I like lightweight distros on powerful machines) on half the drive and worked on Arch for the other half. I tried and failed in two days the first time and succeeded in 15 minutes the next time. It took all the next day to get it set up. I’m actually still on that same installation and haven't had anything break so far.
I am an 18 year old student from the US and a Linux sysadmin with some experience in bash, HTML, and CSS. I'm also a professional multi-instrumentalist. Browse my [Gitea server](https://git.nixnet.xyz/explore/repos) for a little code and music I've written, dotfiles I've modified, and graphics I've designed. I have mirrored my repos on Gitea to [GitLab](https://gitlab.com/amolith/) so you can view/interact with them on whichever platform you choose. You can also contact me through [Mastodon](https://fosstodon.org/@amolith), [Telegram](https://t.me/amolith/), or [email](mailto:contact@nixnet.xyz).
If you decide to send me an email, which I *much* prefer, please be sure to encrypt it with my [GPG key](https://nixnet.xyz/amolith.txt).
If you want to contact me, check the <a href="{{ '/contact' | prepend: site.baseurl }}">Contact</a> page.

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