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Old 27th December 2015
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Default Working on TTY

Im just new in OpenBSD and i like to work using TTY (without X).
Someone knows any twitter client on console?
On the other hand, i would like to have a "wiki" to take notes about openbsd "howtos" also in console, that allows to search using tags etc... Exists some program to do it in console?
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Old 27th December 2015
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Hello, and welcome!

There are a multitude of non-graphical Twitter clients and subordinate Twitter tools, as Twitter has an SMS interface. Some of these are in the OpenBSD Ports/Packages system. As I've never used any of these, I have no opinion of them.


Other than file converters, I'm not aware of any Wiki-tools in the Ports tree that are non-graphical. That doesn't mean there aren't any, it just means I lack knowledge.
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