OBS has a terrible interface and fundamental limitations for making multiple scenes. I had to take quite a lot of time to go through the process, with nobody giving clear instructions. So I'm making them.
A tool which listens to keys and, using the Lua programming language, lets you remap them to other features.
It is useful for Using a second USB keyboard for macros.
You'll definitely want to see key remapping.lua which is a complete tutorial.
How to create a bottom bar for both monitors.
I'm certain these instructions work with three displays, but any more than three would get weird.
Note that it isn't possible to have two trays (for things like a status icon). I don't know why.
These instructions were tested, and re-tested multiple times on devuan_ascii_2.0.0-rc_i386_dvd-1 on bare metal. They worked fine, but they magically stopped working, and so I'm giving up on this technology; it's too fucking hard to use.
- Given a hard drive which has regular partitioning and not LVM.
/(root) partition is encrypted (dm-crypt) and in use.
- Such as with an earlier release of Devuan
Install Devuan, re-using the encrypted partition without re-encrypting/formatting from scratch.
Note - I will be writing separate instructions on how to manually make and manage encrypted partitions.
For more information on encryption, see dm-crypt.
Problem: Given an item in the Internet Archive, e.g. The works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, you may be tempted to download the PDF for its exactness. Admirable! However, my e-reader is horribly slow for opening it and turning pages. I find slow page turning aggravating; it makes me lose my train of thought and strains my reading comprehension.
This extra work is well worth it for me.
See also PDF? I haven't tested it, but I wonder if "repairing" a PDF would also help with e-reader speed.
The "default browser" setting for Pale Moon does not work. This is how to do it manually.
I have trust issues with all storage, but flash memory-based storage is particularly unreliable.
TL;DR - Stubby metal drives are a problem.
See also Testing USB storage
Some commands from the
cmd.exe prompt to run various GUI utilities.