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Top 4 Shell QRcode Projects
Creates Wireguard configuration for hub and peers with easeProject mention: need help with a WireGuard setup script thing | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 2022-08-27
I installed WireGuard using the instructions here, but when I tried to connect to it with my phone, it just didn't have internet access. any idea why?
This tool is a command line utility that allows you to convert any binary file into a QRcode movie. The data can then be reassembled visually allowing exfiltration of data in air gapped systemsProject mention: QRExfiltrate – convert any binary file into a QRcode GIF | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-03-07
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Putting tmux on your mobile - Muxile is a tmux plugin that lets you control a running tmux session with your phone, no app needed.Project mention: Ask HN: Admittedly Useless Side Projects? | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-06-24
I have plenty of ultra niche projects and I never regretted working on any of them. On the contrary - i use them daily and it brings me much joy. Here are three:
https://github.com/bjesus/muxile lets me continue my tmux session on the phone, bridging the two over WebSockets. How many people use tmux extensively AND want to continue on the phone? Not much i guess...
https://github.com/bjesus/callibella is my way to sync my personal calendar to my work calendar without revealing my personal entries. It's very useful for me but less needed if your personal calendar is Google because i heard they have their own integration.
https://github.com/bjesus/air is my AwesomeWM based Interface to my PostmarketOS Kobo e-reader. Linux on your e-reader isn't a huge market share to begin with...
QRC is a simple bash script to decode and encode QR Codes.Project mention: A Hot Plate of Hype (Season 3 Episode 15) | reddit.com/r/LinuxUserSpace | 2023-02-02
Shell QRcode related posts
A Hot Plate of Hype (Season 3 Episode 15)
1 project | reddit.com/r/LinuxUserSpace | 2 Feb 2023
need help with a WireGuard setup script thing
1 project | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 27 Aug 2022
'sudo wg show' not showing anything
1 project | reddit.com/r/WireGuard | 21 Aug 2022
WiFi qr-code generator in bash !
4 projects | reddit.com/r/commandline | 17 May 2022
Hollywood’s Fight Against VPNs Turns Ugly
2 projects | reddit.com/r/technology | 28 Apr 2022
Are there any free, decent VPNs for Linux I can use for torrenting?
1 project | reddit.com/r/LinuxCrackSupport | 16 Apr 2022
QRC is a simple bash script that can help you in decoding and encoding QR Codes right from the comfort your terminal. It has a simple menu driven system that makes it easier to use even for GNU/Linux newcomers.
1 project | reddit.com/r/commandline | 14 Nov 2021
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