1. Start emacs server.
2. From other machines login over ssh and attach using `emacsclient -c`.
3. You can visit the same buffer from each endpoint. Each will have an independent cursor and will see changes made by others in real time.
@pskosinski My wife uses Windows and I can tell you "everything works there" is BS. You're just under an impression that the grass is greener on the other side of the fence.
@pskosinski What have you tried so far?
@pskosinski Correction: If it's running or not is in the "Active:" line, obviously.
@pskosinski `systemctl status` shows what's running. `systemctl status name` shows details. If it's running or not is in the "Loaded:" line. If it's supposed to be started at boot it's "enabled" in "Loaded:" line.
GUI: Never used one. But apparently openSUSE has a YaST module for that.
@rysiek It works. Although it took a while for ServiceWorker to start for the first time. Much longer that I normally keep a website open.
@victorhck You're not alone. It has been discussed on mailing lists and forums. Here are relevant bug reports: https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1154345 and https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=413130
@rysiek https://github.com/ipfs-shipyard/ipfs-companion/ says:
"Your IPFS node is exposed as window.ipfs on every webpage. Websites can detect if window.ipfs exists and opt-in to use it instead of creating their own js-ipfs node."
See also https://github.com/ipfs-shipyard/ipfs-companion/blob/master/docs/window.ipfs.md
@rysiek After blocking cdn.test.occrp.org I got both YES. Still I don't know how to check if my IPFS node was used or not.
5. I have IPFS Companion configured to expose IPFS API through window.ipfs object. It might be that it was used by js-ipfs.
4. But it shows "Gun and IPFS used? NO"
@rysiek My turn:
1) I have no idea what it is supposed to do.
2) Firefox 69 on Linux
3) I get yes at ServiceWorker, but it takes a while to show up.
4) I got favicon.
5) I have IPFS companion installed and configured to use IPFS node running on another machine. I don't know if it was used, though.
@pskosinski Is there a keyboard on F-Droid that supports that?
They’ll frequently refer to the book of Leviticus, claiming it says that “homosexuality” an abomination [...] and ignore the surrounding verses [...], most of which they declare irrelevant to their present lives. It’s becomes a highly selective use of the text.
Just because someone is cherry-picking, doesn't mean they're wrong about it. Maybe homosexuality is a sin just like all other things mentioned in that book. What he did is red herring, not addressing the point
@rysiek I had the same in polish bank mbank. I had no idea, because it was also truncating when logging in. I learned when installed phone application that was not truncating.