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Portable hacking on a budget: Linux on a Chromebook with GalliumOS · nsgrantham
Dark mode: Settings > Appearance > Arc-Dark-GalliumOS
Invert the X- and Y-axis scroll: Settings > Mouse and Touchpad > Reverse scroll direction
Speed up the mouse: Settings > Mouse and Touchpad > Mouse speed 5
f.lux warms the computer display to ease your eyes.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nathan-renniewaldock/flux
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install fluxgui
Color schemes
Gogh makes it very easy to customize the GNOME terminal color scheme (does not work on the Xcfe Terminal native to GalliumOS). Run

wget -O gogh && chmod +x gogh && ./gogh && rm gogh
and select from over 100 pre-made themes or create your own. I’m partial to the Dracula and Freya themes.
chromebooks  linux  terminal  review  galliumOS 
16 hours ago by HM0880
Browsh is a fully-modern text-based browser. It renders anything that a modern browser can; HTML5, CSS3, JS, video and even WebGL. Its main purpose is to be run on a remote server and accessed via SSH/Mosh or the in-browser HTML service in order to significantly reduce bandwidth and thus both increase browsing speeds and decrease bandwidth costs.
browser  terminal  commandline  http 
18 hours ago by dserodio
GitHub - maxmcd/webtty: Share a terminal session over WebRTC
WebTTY allows you to share a terminal session from your machine using WebRTC. You can pair with a friend without setting up a proxy server, debug servers behind NATs, and more. WebTTY also works in-browser. You can connect to a WebTTY session from this static page:
sharing  terminal  webrtc  web 
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