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?
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://email@example.com: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