Moved wifi and timesync into termrc so I don't have to type them in every time I boot.
I want rio and acme's text background to be the same colour, but I can't get it. Are they not both [BACK]? Maybe I'll take another look after dinner.
So today I built a little imaginary computer with 16 registers, 256 addressable rom and memory addresses and status flags. The cpu understands 16 op codes.
Microsoft is about to shut off its ebook DRM servers: "The books will stop working" https://boingboing.net/2019/06/28/jun-17-2004.html
@neauoire Yes, drawterm is sort of like a plan 9 terminal that runs on other operating systems.
It requires setup on the machine you're connecting to. I am only familiar with 9front in this aspect. You need a cpu server (this is one you're connecting to) and an auth server (this is the one that checks your password/grants access) and a file server (this provides the storage). All three can be one machine, or different machines.
9front's documentation for this is at http://fqa.9front.org/fqa7.html
@thomasorus It would be smaller in size to download the whole of plan9, and use the 9front gemini client.. And you get an entire new OS.
@nethaniah By working hard to differentiate an assumption from a fact -- and periodically reminding oneself that personal experience is not natural law.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko