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🎶 Yo, I'll tell you what I want, what I really really want
So tell me what you want, what you really really want
I wanna (ha) I wanna (ha) I wanna (ha) I wanna (ha)
I wanna, really really really wanna—
command-line tool to get the latest release notes for any given package.
Sometimes, after an update with apt, I'm just curious if a program has gotten any new features or bug fixes or what.
Does something like this exist?
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So I started working on a python script that I think will help with van life stuff. It looks for all the available wifi signals and then rates them based on strength and quality then it tries to connect to the strongest one first. If the password file has the password it will use that, otherwise it will move along until it connects to the best available open wifi. When I can confirm everything is working I am going to put it up on gitlab and share it, but it is ideally meant to be combine with a strong wifi adapter with an antenna amplifier so it can get some serious range. I would like to eventually get it on a raspberry pi and then have some kind of mesh capabilities that would allow you to connect to other nodes until one has an internet connection and share that. I understand that is an ambitious project, but I cleared the first few hurtles tonight.
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Using Gnome and want to speed up your workflow?
Switching the application is easy, `Super-key + tab` and you can switch through applications. But what if you have multiple windows per application?
`Super-key + ^` will do the job. It let's you either switch through windows of your current application or through windows selected using `Super-key + tab`.