Oct 21, 2020
332: Why Trump is Never Going Away
1 hr 1 min

Russiagate is back, but this time it's personal.

My take on how the Biden campaign has blown their response to Hunter's emails, and why this is going to get a lot dirtier.

Plus when Dr Fauci thinks we'll be done with masks, and a few of my favorite stories and clips from the week.


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Destination Linux Network
35: Our Linux Workstations | DLN Xtend
On this week's episode of DLN Xtend We talk about our Linux Powered Home Studio set-ups. Welcome to episode 35 of DLN Xtend. DLN Xtend is a community-powered podcast. We take conversations from the DLN Community from places like the DLN Discourse Forums, Telegram group, Discord server, and more. We also take topics from other shows around the network to give our takes. 00:00 Introductions 10:04 Our Linux Workstations 33:12 Host Related Interests 41:50 Wrap Up Wendy (Main System): Case: Thermaltake Core X71 Motherboard: ASUS Prime X750-Pro CPU:Ryzen 9 3900X CPU Cooler: Noctua ND-D15 in black RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws DDR4 3600 32GB GPU: MSI ARMOR RX580 OC Fans: 3 140mm; 2 200mm Powersupply: Fractal Designs Ion+ Platinum 860W Keyboard: Cooler Master MK750 with blue switches Mouse: Logitech G502 Hero Camera: Nikon for now and Atomos Ninja Inferno 7" for video Mic: Audio-Technica AT875 Line + Gradient Shotgun Condenser Microphone and Shock Mount Kit with dead cat Interface: BEHRINGER U-PHORIA UMC22 AUDIOPHILE 2X2 Matt (Editing System) Elitebook 8760w CPU: Intel i7 2760 QM RAM: 32GB DDR3 1333 Storage: 2x Silicon Power Ace 512GB 2.5" SSD GPU: Nvidia Quadro K3100m Screen: 17" Dreamcolor 1920x1080 Mouse: Redragon M601 Keyboard: Redragon K502 Webcam: Logitech C920 OS: Salient OS Plasma Microphone: Marantz MPM-2000u Cost-200 Initial Cost 100 in ssd upgrades and ram Nate Main System Dell Latitude E6440 CPU: Intel i7 4900MQ RAM: 16 GB DDR3 GPU: Mesa DRI Intel® HD Graphics 4600 GPU: AMD Radeon HD 8600M Series 2 GB Screen: Laptop: 1920x1080; External 2560x1080 Ultrawide Storage: 128 GB mSATA BTRFS 58%; 960 GB 2.5 SSD XFS 92%; 1 TB HDD media bay XFS 89%;Mouse: Something Dell and Laser for my corded; Logitech Performance MX when I do CAD stuf Keyboard: Dell Latitude E6440 built in because it is just right Webcam: The built in special to the Latitude Microphone: USB Fifine Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed Matt- Game- https://store.steampowered.com/app/295790/NeverAloneKisima_Ingitchuna/ Wendy- A community member mentioned software fur culling images (https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/t/what-software-do-you-use/2284/19?u=thewendypower) Geeqie (http://www.geeqie.org/) Nate: Major Tumbleweed update on my Server over 5000 packages, so basically a whole new software stack from top to bottom. Total number of issues: 0 Join us in the DLN Community: Discourse: https://discourse.destinationlinux.network/ Telegram: https://destinationlinux.org/telegram Mumble: https://destinationlinux.network/mumble/ Discord: https://destinationlinux.org/discord servers to continue the discussion! Contact info Matt (Twitter @MattDLN) Wendy (DestinationLinux.Network) Nate (cubiclenate.com)
43 min
Allan Jude
377: Firewall ban-sharing
History of FreeBD: BSDi and USL Lawsuits, Building a Website on Google Compute Engine, Firewall ban-sharing across machines, OpenVPN as default gateway on OpenBSD, Sorting out what the Single Unix Specification is, Switching from Apple to a Thinkpad for development, and more NOTES This episode of BSDNow is brought to you by Tarsnap (https://www.tarsnap.com/bsdnow) Headlines History of FreeBSD : Part 2 : BSDi and USL Lawsuits (https://klarasystems.com/articles/history-of-freebsd-part-2-bsdi-and-usl-lawsuits/) In this second part of our series on the history of FreeBSD, we continue to trace the pre-history of FreeBSD and the events that would eventually shape the project and the future of open source software. Building a Web Site on Google Compute Engine (https://cromwell-intl.com/open-source/google-freebsd-tls/) Here's how I deployed a web site to the Google Cloud Platform. I used FreeBSD for good performance, stability, and minimal complexity. I set up HTTPS with free Let's Encrypt TLS certificates for both RSA and ECC. Then I adjusted the Apache configuration for a good score from the authoritative Qualys server analysis. News Roundup Firewall ban-sharing across machines (https://chown.me/blog/acacia) As described in My infrastructure as of 2019, my machines are located in three different sites and are loosely coupled. Nonetheless, I wanted to set things up so that if an IP address is acting maliciously toward one machine, all my machines block that IP at once so the meanie won't get to try one machine after another. OpenVPN as default gateway on OpenBSD (https://dataswamp.org/~solene/2020-10-27-openbsd-openvpn.html) If you plan to use an OpenVPN tunnel to reach your default gateway, which would make the tun interface in the egress group, and use tun0 in your pf.conf which is loaded before OpenVPN starts? Here are the few tips I use to solve the problems. Sorting out what the Single Unix Specification is and covers (https://utcc.utoronto.ca/~cks/space/blog/unix/SingleUnixSpecificationWhat) Sorting out what the Single Unix Specification is and covers October 8, 2020 I've linked to the Single Unix Specification any number of times, for various versions of it (when I first linked to it, it was at issue 6, in 2006; it's now up to a 2018 edition). But I've never been quite clear what it covered and didn't cover, and how it related to POSIX and similar things. After yesterday's entry got me looking at the SuS site again, I decided to try to sort this out once and for all. Bye-bye, Apple (http://blog.cretaria.com/posts/bye-bye-apple.html) The days of Apple products are behind me. I had been developing on a Macbook for over twelve years, but now, I’ve switched to an ever trending setup: OpenBSD on a Thinkpad. The new platform is a winner. Everything is clean, quick, and configurable. When I ps uaxww, I’m not hogging ‘gigs’ of RAM just to have things up and running. There’s no black magic that derails me at every turn. In short, my sanity has been long restored. Tarsnap This weeks episode of BSDNow was sponsored by our friends at Tarsnap, the only secure online backup you can trust your data to. Even paranoids need backups. Feedback/Questions Chris - small projects (https://github.com/BSDNow/bsdnow.tv/blob/master/episodes/377/feedback/Chris%20-%20small%20projects.md) Jens - ZFS Question (https://github.com/BSDNow/bsdnow.tv/blob/master/episodes/377/feedback/Jens%20-%20ZFS%20Question.md) One pool to rule them all (https://ftfl.ca/blog/2016-09-17-zfs-fde-one-pool-conversion.html) Shroyer - Dotnet on FreeBSD for Jellyfin (https://github.com/BSDNow/bsdnow.tv/blob/master/episodes/377/feedback/Shroyer%20-%20Dotnet%20on%20FreeBSD%20for%20Jellyfin.md) *** Send questions, comments, show ideas/topics, or stories you want mentioned on the show to feedback@bsdnow.tv (mailto:feedback@bsdnow.tv) ***
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