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The best damn waste of time!

Calling on you computer nerds

mwinter
Total posts: 4203
It feels very similar to using ad-blocking browser plugins. I can't say that the internet feels any snappier, but that's mostly because my internet is hellafast to begin with.
Drew
Total posts: 4845
(Updated 1/14/2020 5:11 PM)
ok i got a pihole, one thing i'm trying to do is make it as simple as possible to disable it for X seconds, in the dashboard, when I view the source the clickable link to disable for 30 secs is <a href="#" id="pihole-disable-30s"> 

is there a way to translate that click to a hyperlink? i tried <a href="https://the_ip_lol/admin/#" id="pihole-disable-30s"> but that doesn't work, like i'm imagining a shortcut on my android screen that i click that's effectively that link and i'm disabled for 30 secs, trying to make it as easy as possible for barbie
Drew
Total posts: 4845
or there's a ssh command pihole disable 60s – Disable PiHole for 1 min

is there a putty type android app that will allow me to do that with 1 click?

Drew
Total posts: 4845
ok i found an app: ssh button, one click on the phone and i'm disabled 30s! only downside is the widget is 2x2, there was another app but the widget was only in the paid version
Drew
Total posts: 4845
I feel like my linux skills are top tier among people who don't actually linux
Drew
Total posts: 4845
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ezmac102
Total posts: 945
Do any of you sit a lot for your job? Teaching from home has meant that i now spend most of my day sitting at my computer and its killing my back. Any suggestions?
mwinter
Total posts: 4203
I have a sit-stand desk that I switch between configurations throughout the day. It's nice to mix things up, but it's not enough.. I should take more breaks and short walks..

The version I linked to is just the legs -- I had an existing desk that I cannibalized the top from.
acelxix
Total posts: 2265
Get a good office chair, probably with lumbar support.  I have a Herman Miller, similar to the one linked.  I bought mine used from some random dude that repairs them for around $300.  Anyhow, a good chair will go along way in helping keep your back healthy.  The sit-stand desk is a good option too, though i haven't made that investment yet.
Drew
Total posts: 4845