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  1. I find myself looking at weather sites too often. Part of work and need to. Websites for weather are various states of bloat, plugins and heavy to deal with. I always have a slew of terminal windows open... so... This is a good new / recent project by @igor_chubin (on Twitter) https://twitter.com/igor_chubin: curl http://wttr.in/90210 curl http://wttr.in/seattle For now it only outputs non US values (Celcius and km/h). US-ificiation is coming soon. Long live terminal friendly things like this! PS: It works in browser also: http://wttr.in/manisa Code for the project: https://github.com/chubin/wttr.in
  2. Anyone have personal notes or aware of a working how-to out there for Debian and derivatives that covers Softether installation? Looking for how-to that does pedestrian VPN setup as a replacement to OpenVPN. Nothing fancy. Only requirement is all CLI as doing this with servers and no GUI or Windows for the control client they push.