Hi all I'd like to tell us that my problem with ssh was solved by me
with help because of I need to complete a place with the site of mi
private key .ppk located in puTTy in ssh> Auth>field to complete
I'd like to write a page about using puTTy in tilde.team... what do you
say, company? make a tutorial betwen us?
and of course I am writing from Win using putty
I took the liberty of adding this mailing list to the [Gmane] service
which exposes it as a NNTP news group, which enables you to read it with
your favorite news/Usenet clients as opposed to a stream of emails.
The list is called `gmane.os.unix.tildeteam' and the Gmane server is
I've completed the OS upgrade here on tilde.team to ubuntu 22.04!
We should have newer software across the board, including stuff like
ruby 3.0 and php 8.1.
Of note is that any python virtualenvs will need to be recreated as
python is now at version 3.10.
Please holler here or on irc if anything is amiss!
I’m challenging ~team to tetris-bsd this month. The rules are extremely
simple: play tetris-bsd(6) to enter.
At the end of the month, the winner is the person with the highest
score. (If prisonpotato still has the highest score of 4922, then the
winner is the person with the second-highest score.)
They, Them, Theirs
I'm trying to install the TUI version of
https://git.skyjake.fi/gemini/lagrange into my
The configure fails with this error:
CMake Error at Depends.cmake:26 (message):
Not found: unistr.h from GNU libunistring (set UNISTRING_DIR)
There is a unistr.h in /usr/include/unicode but setting
UNISTRING_DIR=/usr/include/unicode doesn't work.
I see that dpkg-query says that libunistring-dev is not installed.
Has anyone successfully installed this on tilde.team yet? I have it
running on my laptop and it provides the functionality and user
interface of Lagrange while working in a terminal window or at the
Since Lagrange doesn't seem to be available (yet) for Android I was
hoping that I could ssh to tilde.team from my Android machines to
use the Lagrange TUI version there.
James Card -- <http://jdcard.com>
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facts; some of them may be more useful than others.