I prevented Emacs from automatically scrolling ERC, yesterday: turned on erc-scrolltobottom-mode. I put this in my .ercrc, but I haven’t left IRC to test it:
Today, I exported an NFS directory and renamed my virtual machines to client and server on a blag.local domain.
Mounting the NFS directory.
The mounted NFS directory is outlined in red.
Fully qualified domain name at login.
I can’t use Gwibber because the scrollbar is way too sensitive, and clicking underneath it doesn’t move it at all. I can’t use Choqok because my GTK theme doesn’t make the links legible, and I can’t figure out how to change the link colors for KDE apps in a GTK theme. Those are why I needed identica-mode again, and I finally got it working with oauth.el because freenode’s #emacs told me it wasn’t something that I manually called. Yes, I cloned identica-mode’s git to avoid some bug that they still hadn’t fixed a couple weeks ago, and I put it and oauth.el in a new elisp directory in ~/.emacs.d; so I could load that directory without loading a bunch of bloat. I copied the directories to ~/.emacs.d and cleaned out the files that weren’t *.el in the “default directory” (elisp).
I finally connected via SSL with Rcirc. Here’s how I did it:
- Got a script from Emacs Wiki, I chose the second of the two.
- Used the require rcirc hook that was on the Emacs Wiki Rcirc example page.
- Loaded my init file.
- Customized the Rcirc ports option to the common port — 6697.
- and customized the Rcirc server alist option with appropriate settings, using the TLS option.