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[#] Fri Jan 25 2019 18:19:46 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Cool trick and tip of the day:

For those of you who fondly remember the days when there was an IBM 3270 terminal on your desk ... run the Citadel client locally on your machine and put "status_line=1" in your .citadelrc

You'll get an adorable status line on the screen that shows the host, room, etc. you're in, along with encryption status and the number of new emails you have. And for that authentic IBM flavor, you'll notice that on the right side there's a little "X" icon that appears when the client has a transaction in progress with the server.

(Yes, on a real 3270 it was a clock, but text-mode 3270 emulators always used an X instead)

Try it on a slow connection for that authentic "I'm waiting for the machinee" effect.

[#] Mon Mar 11 2019 09:16:57 EDT from ioio @ Uncensored

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Fri Jan 25 2019 18:19:46 EST from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

Cool trick and tip of the day:

For those of you who fondly remember the days when there was an IBM 3270 terminal on your desk ... run the Citadel client locally on your machine and put "status_line=1" in your .citadelrc

You'll get an adorable status line on the screen that shows the host, room, etc. you're in, along with encryption status and the number of new emails you have. And for that authentic IBM flavor, you'll notice that on the right side there's a little "X" icon that appears when the client has a transaction in progress with the server.

(Yes, on a real 3270 it was a clock, but text-mode 3270 emulators always used an X instead)

Try it on a slow connection for that authentic "I'm waiting for the machinee" effect.

Cool. Thank you. BTW: I was searching for the config file... then I realized it's called `citadel.rc`



[#] Mon Mar 11 2019 12:51:58 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Cool. Thank you. BTW: I was searching for the config file... then I
realized it's called `citadel.rc`

You can copy citadel.rc to a file called ".citadelrc" in your home directory.
When this is found by the client it will be used instead of the global citadel.rc file. This gives you the option to customize it for just yourself and not everyone else on the same computer.

[#] Sat Jun 08 2019 16:39:59 EDT from pinkzebra @ Uncensored

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CentOS Linux 7 (Core) Kernel 4.15.18-15-pve on an x86_64

unprivileged lxc on proxmox

install ALL

after wget -q -O - http://easyinstall.citadel.org/install | sh

after entering yes

Unable to find a wget or curl command.   Citadel Easy Install cannot continue.   Citadel Easy Install is aborting.   The last few lines above this message may indicate what went wrong.   Linux RedHat 7.6.1810(Core 4.15.18-15-pve x86_64



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