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[how-to] run ilO4 Java WebAPP on Arch

1) get "jre-8u201-linux-x64.tar.gz" from https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jre8-downloads-2133155.html 2) unpack it via "tar xfz jre-8u201-linux-x64.tar.gz" 3) mv sudo mv jre1.8.0_201 /opt/ 4) sudo /opt/jre1.8.0_201/bin/javaws ~/Downloads/iLO-jirc.jnlp sadly it is not working with any java version provided by AUR or the official repo. hopefully i've helped someone to ditch his/her windows vm :)
^1 ^2 0 comments on Mar 27, 2019 ━ submitted by acheloos

Manjaro discussion Forum

If you haven't heard of Manjaro, give it a look!
^6 ^7 5 comment last on Nov 14, 2017 ━ submitted by pycole

The best ways for using ZeroNet

Which browser do you use, which extensions? Maybe any kind of desktop integration?
^5 ^6 18 comment last on Nov 14, 2017 ━ submitted by esteban

tor on Arch

Somebody know how to run tor on Arch Linux ? I try tor wiki but tor don't work.
^1 ^2 1 comment last on May 09, 2017 ━ submitted by sidro


Hello World!
^1 ^2 0 comments on Oct 18, 2016 ━ submitted by rainlime

Legacy namecoin-core, why?

How come `namecoin-core` from AUR gives you legacy namecoin v0.3.80 instead of the revamped namecoin-core (currently v0.12.0)? The old namecoin doesn't even support IPv6, and the “new” namecoin-core has a lot of added functionality.
^1 ^2 9 comment last on Jul 21, 2016 ━ submitted by ks

Getting zeronet running with tor

Additionally to the ControlPort stuff mentioned in the [docs](/17Kom2G5qNDc6NaQwv445h1gFzxkY3ZtZe/faq/#how-to-use-zeronet-with-tor) you have to do: `echo 'CookieAuthFileGroupReadable 1' >> /etc/tor/torrc` `chmod g+xr /var/lib/tor/ ` `usermod -a -G tor zeronet` if you want to use the ‘tor: always’ setting: `echo 'tor = always' >> /etc/zeronet.conf` … worked for me, had anyone have further issues?
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Open port 15441 on Archlinux?

Hi I wonder whats the best way to make sure ZN is on 15441. I did the following so far: ```netcat -z -v 1-2000 localhost.localdomain [] 22 (ssh) open```
^1 ^2 1 comment last on Mar 21, 2016 ━ submitted by jza

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