Did you ever want emojis in your terminal? Do you find yourself constantly writing the same text snippets?Read more
Enabling and disabling cronjobs is so annoying and really hard to do from a script. That's why I wrote a small shell script called crontroll.Read more
There is something quite perverse about using Braille Unicode characters (⠠⠃⠗⠁⠊⠇⠇⠑), a writing system for visually impaired people, to display regular, latin letters. That's why I wrote a converter for it.Read more
Just like with weechat you can now receive Android notifications on Termux when you receive a message in Profanity. I wrote a small plugin to achive exactly that. You can download it from GitHub and install it with
/plugins install ./profanity-termux-notification/termuxnotify.py. Read more about the installation requirements and configuration options on GitHub.
I've been using Termux over SSH for quite a while now. I've always done so over WiFi. This works reasonably well at home, where I controll the IP Addresses. In other networks it was more annoying, because I always had to run
ifconfig first, to get my IP. But the big annoyances start when you want to use it in a place that has no WiFi network available. Previously, I used an Android tablet and a keyboard. With this I set up a WiFi direct connection between my phone. It's wonky and sometimes requires to restart both devices before working again, but it works.
Tinier is a pretty cool font. It is a so called pixel font, and it is just about the smallest font I could find. The letters can be displayed at a font-size of
4px. This means that each character is only 3 pixels tall.
The wizard quickly jinxed the gnomes before they vaporized.
I figured out that you can pass variables from Termux to a Tasker task. This example sets Android's volume to a value specified in Termux.Read more