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      content/posts/checkra1n-gui-on-other-distros.md
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      content/posts/edited-in-middle-of-message-discord.md
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      content/posts/sed-text-substitution-in-discord.md

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.editorconfig

@ -7,5 +7,5 @@ indent_style = space
indent_size = 2
trim_trailing_whitespace = true
#[*.md]
#max_line_length = 80
[*.md]
max_line_length = 80

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content/posts/checkra1n-gui-on-other-distros.md

@ -5,7 +5,12 @@ author = "bbaovanc"
cover = "/blog/media/checkra1n-gui-on-arch-linux.png"
tags = ["linux", "archlinux", "jailbreak", "checkra1n"]
keywords = ["checkra1n", "gui", "linux", "arch linux"]
description = "You can run the GUI version of checkra1n on non Debian-based distributions. (The GUI looks garbled here because I have a high DPI monitor)"
description = """
You can run the GUI version of checkra1n on non Debian-based distributions.
(The GUI looks garbled here because I have a high DPI monitor)
"""
showFullContent = false
toc = true
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## Introduction
The official cross-distribution build of checkra1n only contains a CLI and TUI. However, the version available in the [checkra1n APT repository](https://checkra.in/linux) also contains a GTK-based GUI which can be accessed using the `--gui` flag, or the included `checkra1n.desktop` file.
The official cross-distribution build of checkra1n only contains a CLI and TUI.
However, the version available in the
[checkra1n APT repository](https://checkra.in/linux) also contains a GTK-based
GUI which can be accessed using the `--gui` flag, or the included
`checkra1n.desktop` file.
## Other Distributions
First, download the Debian package available at `https://assets.checkra.in/debian/checkra1n_VERSION_amd64.deb` (as of writing, `VERSION` is currently `0.12.2`). Then, extract the `checkra1n` executable from the package, and install the correct shared libraries. Here are the most important ones, and their corresponding package names on Arch Linux:
First, download the Debian package available at
`https://assets.checkra.in/debian/checkra1n_VERSION_amd64.deb` (as of writing,
`VERSION` is currently `0.12.2`). Then, extract the `checkra1n` executable from
the package, and install the correct shared libraries. Here are the most
important ones, and their corresponding package names on Arch Linux:
- libimobiledevice-1.0.so.6 (`libimobiledevice`)
- libirecovery-1.0.so.3 (`libirecovery`)
@ -26,10 +39,14 @@ First, download the Debian package available at `https://assets.checkra.in/debia
- libplist-2.0.so.3 (`libplist`)
- libncurses.so.5 (`ncurses5-compat-libs`)
I found these by running the binary and then finding and installing the package that contained the shared object I was missing.
I found these by running the binary and then finding and installing the package
that contained the shared object I was missing.
I also made an AUR package named [`checkra1n-gui`](https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/checkra1n-gui), which does all this automatically.
I also made an AUR package named
[`checkra1n-gui`](https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/checkra1n-gui),
which does all this automatically.
## Conclusion
As I expected, there is nothing preventing the checkra1n GUI from working on non Debian-based distributions (as far as I can tell).
As I expected, there is nothing preventing the checkra1n GUI from working on non
Debian-based distributions (as far as I can tell).

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content/posts/edited-in-middle-of-message-discord.md

@ -5,7 +5,12 @@ author = "bbaovanc"
cover = "media/discord-tricks/edited-in-middle-of-message.png"
tags = ["discord", "discord-tricks"]
keywords = ["discord", "edited"]
description = "With a bit of trickery using the RLE character (U+202B), you can get the (edited) text on a message to be somewhere other than at the end of the message."
description = """
With a bit of trickery using the RLE character (U+202B), you can get the
(edited) text on a message to be somewhere other than at the end of the message.
"""
showFullContent = false
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6. Press space and paste the character
7. Type the text you want on the left of `(edited)`
*This post was adapted from [gitea:bbaovanc/discord-tricks](https://git.bbaovanc.com/bbaovanc/discord-tricks)*
*This post was adapted from [gitea:bbaovanc/discord-tricks][1]*
[1]: https://git.bbaovanc.com/bbaovanc/discord-tricks

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content/posts/sed-text-substitution-in-discord.md

@ -4,7 +4,11 @@ date = "2021-03-25T18:48:15-05:00"
author = "bbaovanc"
tags = ["discord", "discord-tricks"]
keywords = ["discord", "sed", "text", "replacement"]
description = "Discord has (very primitive) support for text replacement using `sed` syntax."
description = """
Discord has (very primitive) support for text replacement using `sed` syntax.
"""
showFullContent = false
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[Example Video](/blog/media/discord-tricks/sed-text-replacement.mov)
If you send a message using `sed` substitution format (`s/old text/new text`), Discord will execute it on the message you've last sent.
If you send a message using `sed` substitution format (`s/old text/new text`),
Discord will execute it on the message you've last sent.
## Caveats
- Regex is not supported
- Global substitution is not supported
*This post was adapted from [gitea:bbaovanc/discord-tricks](https://git.bbaovanc.com/bbaovanc/discord-tricks)*
*This post was adapted from [gitea:bbaovanc/discord-tricks][1]*
[1]: https://git.bbaovanc.com/bbaovanc/discord-tricks