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Client for publishing to text terminals over HTTP.

Project description

This command-line application turns your terminal into a screen which you can control through the 80by24 service.

Installing

Install using pip on a system with Python>=3.5:

pip install 80by24-client

Running

80by24

will run the client. Ctrl-C aborts.

Configuration

Out of the box, the client generates a random passphrase and connects to 80by24.net. This can be changed by putting a configuration file into ~/.80by24.conf of the following form:

host:       http://localhost:8080
passphrase: correct horse battery staple

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