emhmki.org RSS feed http://emhmki.org/ Guides, tutorials, fun stuff! http://emhmki.org/feed/images/emhmki.ico emhmki.ico http://emhmki.org/ Moving tech news to a separate feed http://emhmki.org/feed/news_feed.html Mon, 13 Mar 2021 15:50:00 CST It's come to my realization that the tech news I like to read and relay doesn’t have a place in this feed. I don’t want to clutter your RSS clients with crap, so I’ve moved it to another feed you can subscribe to if you would like to be apprised of things in the world of technology.

Here is the news feed link if you are interested.

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Restoring the XFWM title bar for XFCE desktop http://emhmki.org/guides/xfce/guide_xfce_restore_titlebar.html Mon, 1 Mar 2021 11:50:00 CST If you've installed XFCE 4.16, you may or may not have taken notice toward the snazzy new designs of the XFCE desktop applications. Among the re-design is the introduction of the new header bar / title bars, known as Client-Side Decorations.

If you would like to restore the XFCE Window Manager title bars for your desktop applications, then follow along!

Read more here.

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The emhmki IRC server is now up. http://emhmki.org/web/irc_server.html Sat, 16 Jan 2021 17:10:00 CST If you would like to join the IRC server, then please read over the connection details and server rules here.

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Next Generation IRC Daemon setup guide http://emhmki.org/guides/irc_server/guide_ngircd_introduction.html Sat, 16 Jan 2021 17:00:00 CST In this guide we're going setup an IRC daemon (server) for Debian 10.7 systems. It's expected of you to be familiar to some degree in how IRC functions. We will be using The Next Generation IRC Daemon, "a free, portable and lightweight Internet Relay Chat server for small or private networks, developed under the GNU General Public License (GPL)." --Alexander Barton

We will also utilize Atheme for our additional IRC services such as NickServ and ChanServ.

Read more here.

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New guides added for emhmki.org! http://emhmki.org/ Tue, 5 Jan 2021 11:23:00 CST Hello all!

While many of us have been sitting back and drinking eggnog, celebrating the new year, and sending 2020 on its way, I’ve been spending much of my holiday working on the site along with a few accompanying guides.

You can check them out at http://emhmki.org/guides/. See XFCE and Secure Shell daemon hyperlinks. (You may have to refresh the web page to update your browser cache.)

Since the site is static, this requires some clever thinking in how to approach and organize the layout so that navigation and accessibility are readily apparent upon first glance. Let me know what you think!

It shouldn’t be too much longer and it will be ready to go! Then soon after the IRC server will be made available

Thank-you

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