This is handy if you are connecting to the Organelle using WiFi. Instead of having to connect using ip (192.168.blahblah), you can follow these steps so the Organelle shows up on the network as organelle.localhost.
These instructions taken from here
Install the Avahi services daemon and the Multicast DNS resolver.
pacman -S avahi nss-mdns
edit /etc/nsswitch.conf This file tells the C library how to obtain name-service information.
Change the line:
hosts: files dns myhostname
hosts: files mdns_minimal [NOTFOUND=return] dns myhostname
Start the Avahi service manually since we’re already booted. look for errors)
systemctl start avahi-daemon
enable avahi-daemon Enables the Avahi service on boot.
@thetechnobear, might want to include this in the OS update too! especially good for the web based file manager I’ve been playing with…