We encrypt a user home directory with eCryptfs. The consequence is that the contents of this directory are only accessible if at least one of the following is true:
* or has processes surviving logout (for instance lingering services).
This may increase privacy, depending on how the system is used.
If the user home is not encrypted, it would suffice to be root (without the user necessarily being logged in). Note that being root on another system and mounting the partition hosting the user’s home suffices.
Install software pacman -S bluez bluez-utils If you want bluetooth to power on the chip as soon as bluetooth.service is running /etc/bluetooth/main.conf [Policy] AutoEnable=true Enable and start the bluetooth service systemctl enable --now bluetooth Connect bluetooth headset/speaker. pacman -S pulseaudio-bluetooth systemctl --user restart pulseaudio bluetoothctl agent on bluetoothctl power on bluetoothctl scan on bluetoothctl pair ... bluetoothctl connect ... Tip: Instead of typing bluetoothctl for each command you can start a REPL by calling bluetoothctl without arguments.
Put that second drive to use!
NGiИX crashes on boot when proxying via hostname resolution.
For instance, to lock the screen on suspend. Can also be used to toggle WiFi, Bluetooth, etc.
Can extract unread messages count or content, currently typing information, etc.
Layout settings can be automated depending on connected monitors.
Use autossh and a systemd service…
Useful in specific situations.