Linux For Everyone
Linux For Everyone
Apr 23, 2020
Episode 33: Professional Hobbyist
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Welcome to Episode 33, which begins on a personal note and then launches into an awesome Discovery of the Week from Tuxedo Computers. There's also a double dose of good news from the community to fight the negative headlines that surround us. Plus, a trio of first impressions: The Deepin 20 Beta, the System76 Lemur Pro and the UbuntuDDE 20.04 Beta.

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This Week in Linux
135: Red Hat's No-Cost RHEL, Linux on Apple M1 Mac, Google's Chromium Fiasco | This Week in Linux
On this episode of This Week in Linux, Red Hat Announces new updates for the CentOS situation in that you can now get RHEL at No-Cost. We're also going to be talking about a new piece of hardware from the Raspberry Pi Foundation called the Pico. Then we will check out some more Enterprise-y goodness from SUSE. Plus we've got some updates related to running Linux on Apple M1 Mac. We've also got some app news related to graphics tools Inkscape & Krita plus a not so ideal update from Google for Chromium. Later in the show we will discuss some distro news including Linux Mint having a big screensaver bug & Ubuntu announced their plans for Ubuntu 21.04 in regards to GNOME 40. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews! SPONSORED BY: Digital Ocean ►► Bitwarden ►► TWITTER ►► MASTODON ►► DLN COMMUNITY ►► FRONT PAGE LINUX ►► MERCH ►► BECOME A PATRON ►► This Week in Linux is produced by the Destination Linux Network: SHOW NOTES ►► 00:00 = Welcome to This Week in Linux 135 01:19 = DLN News: Live Streams DLN Store & the Forums 02:54 = Red Hat Announces No-Cost RHEL 10:48 = Raspberry Pi Pico 14:46 = SUSE Details Plans for SLE / openSUSE 21:17 = Digital Ocean - VPS & App Platform ( ) 22:53 = Linux on Apple M1 Mac by Correllium 28:29 = Inkscape 1.0.2 & 1.1alpha Released 33:59 = Krita 4.4.2 Released 37:35 = Bitwarden Password Manager ( ) 40:04 = Linux Mint Screensaver Bypass Vulnerability 46:14 = Ubuntu 21.04 Not Shipping GNOME 40 50:40 = Distros Consider Removing Chromium 58:12 = Outro Other Videos: 7 Reasons Why Firefox Is My Favorite Web Browser: How To Use Firefox's Best Feature, Multi-Account Containers: 5 Reasons Why I Use KDE Plasma: 6 Cool Things You Didn't Know About Linux's History: Thanks For Watching! Linux #OpenSource #TechNews
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Sudo Show
Sudo Show
Destination Linux Network
17: Multi-Hybrid Cloud What
We will look past all the marketing jargon and to the heart of infrastructure architecture. We'll cover multi-cloud, hybrid-cloud, and stop by the productivity corner to discuss tips to a better virtual meeting. Destination Linux Network ( Sudo Show Website ( Sponsor: Digital Ocean ( Sponsor: Bitwarden ( Sudo Show Swag ( UPDATED! Contact Us: DLN Discourse ( Email Us! ( Matrix: The Verge: Ubiquiti Data Breach ( Cloud What: Precisely: Mainframe the Orignal Cloud Computing ( Analytics Insight: What is Cloud Native and Why Do Enterprises Need It ( NetApp: What is Lift and Shift ( OpenSource.Com: What is OpenStack ( Edge and 5G: Jelvix: What Is Edge Computing ( The Verge: What is Edge Computing ( Qualcomm: Everything You Need to Know About 5G ( PC Mag: What is 5G ( Multi and Hybrid Cloud Mist.IO ( ManageIQ ( Red Hat: What is Multicloud? ( Tech Radar: Hybrid Cloud, the Best of Both Worlds ( OKD ( Fedora Core OS ( Productivity Corner: Gartner: How to Lead Better Remote Meetings ( NBR: How to Get People to Actually Participate in Virtual Meetings ( Apple Pencil ( Google Jamboard ( OBS Virtual Cam ( OBS v4l2sink ( - VirtualCam for Linux GameRebel: How to Phone Webcam in OBS ( Logitech Brio 4K ( Chapters 00:00 Intro 00:42 Welcome 01:21 Sponsor - Bitwarden 02:34 Cloud...What 05:23 Cloud Native 10:07 Edge and 5G 14:32 Multi-Cloud 20:53 Sponsor - Digital Ocean 21:56 Better Remote Meetings 28:14 Better Meeting Hardware 34:19 Outro 35:04 Surprise!
36 min
Allan Jude
386: Aye, 386!
Routing and Firewalling VLANS with FreeBSD, FreeBSD 12 VNET jail with ZFS howto, pkgsrc-2020Q4 released, FreeBSD on Raspberry Pi 4 With 4GB of RAM, HardenedBSD December 2020 Status Report, and more NOTES This episode of BSDNow is brought to you by Tarsnap ( Headlines Routing and Firewalling VLANS with FreeBSD ( In this article we are going to look at and integrate two network isolation technologies, VLANs and VNET. VLANs are common place, and if you have done some network management or design then you are likely to have interacted with them. The second are FreeBSDs VNET virtual network stacks, a powerful network stack isolation technology that gives FreeBSD jails super powers. Ethernet VLAN (standardised by IEEE 802.1Q) are an extension to Ethernet and provide an essential method for scaling network deployments. They are used in all environments to enable reuse of common infrastructure by isolating portions of networks from each other. VLANs allow the reuse of common cables, switches and routers to carry completely different networks. It is common to have data that must be separated from different networks carried on common cables until their VLAN tags are finally stripped at a gateway switch or router. How to set up FreeBSD 12 VNET jail with ZFS ( How do I install, set up and configure a FreeBSD 12 jail with VNET on ZFS? How can I create FreeBSD 12 VNET jail with /etc/jail.conf to run OpenVPN, Apache, Wireguard and other Internet-facing services securely on my BSD box? FreeBSD jail is nothing but operating system-level virtualization that allows partitioning a FreeBSD based Unix server. Such systems have their root user and access rights. Jails can use network subsystem virtualization infrastructure or share an existing network. FreeBSD jails are a powerful way to increase security. Usually, you create jail per services such as an Nginx/Apache webserver with PHP/Perl/Python app, WireGuard/OpeNVPN server, MariaDB/PgSQL server, and more. This page shows how to configure a FreeBSD Jail with vnet and ZFS on FreeBSD 12.x. News Roundup pkgsrc-2020Q4 released ( The pkgsrc developers are proud to announce the 69th quarterly release of pkgsrc, the cross-platform packaging system. pkgsrc is available with more than 24,000 packages, running on 23 separate platforms; more information on pkgsrc itself is available at FreeBSD ON A Raspberry PI 4 With 4GB of RAM ( This is the story of how I managed to get FreeBSD running on a Raspberry Pi 4 with 4GB of RAM, though I think the setup story is pretty similar for those with 2GB and 8GB.1 HardenedBSD December 2020 Status Report ( Happy New Year! On this the last day of 2020, I submit December's status report. Beastie Bits Christmas Cards The Unix Way - with pic and troff ( Fast RPI3 upgrade from source (cross compile) ( *** ###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 Robert - zfs question ( Neb - AMA ( Joe - puppet ( Send questions, comments, show ideas/topics, or stories you want mentioned on the show to ( ***
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Ask Noah Show
Ask Noah Show
Noah J. Chelliah
Episode 217: Self Hosting Photos
With all the changes Google is making there's never been a better time to to self host your own stuff! This week we dive into replacing Google Photos! -- During The Show -- 00:45 Minutes In Email 1 - Setting up Federated service instance - Brian What decentralized services could you support using a $5 Droplet or similar virtual server? It is never be set and forget Built in backups are good but don't rely on them What can run on a $5 DO Droplet No - Peertube needs more resources Yes - Mastodon can run, might want more resources Sorta - Matrix could but really should have more resources Yes - Tor relay works really well Yes - VPN node works really well Best practice to run each service on its own VPS 06:50 Minutes In Email 2 - USB WiFi 5 or 6 Dongle? - Cory Edimax MU-MIMO-EW ( Plugable WiFi Adapter ( All Plugable gear is great 08:55 Minutes In Email 3 - Suggestion for Chat programs - Charlie XMPP Best Prior to matrix XMPP Functionality is dependant on add-ons XMPP Slow or a battery hog Delta Chat - chat over email back-end Luke Smith has good video on his peertube server explaining how to setup a email server over at Link 1 ( bitchute link ( PS If anyone is looking for cheap VPS providers, I recommend checking out Low End Box Community forum ( 13:00 Minutes In Email 4 - Linux Jobs? - Matt Focus on skills not certs Be willing to work for less or free If you want to go the route of certifications RedHat RHCSA ( Linux Essentials (010-160) USD 120.00 LPIC-1 and LPIC-2 (101-500, 102-500, 201-450, 202-450) USD 200.00 18:15 Minutes In Pick of the Week Beeperhq ( All your chats in one place Uses matrix on the back-end 21:30 Minutes In Gadget of the Week Deskreen ( Use any device with web browser as second screen for your computer (using Display Dummy Plug) Works accross WiFi or LAN Supports multiple screen sharing sessions to as many devices as you want Supports changing picture quality while sharing a screen. Picture auto quality change supported. (for performance boost while watching youtube video for example) End-to-end encryption Dark mode UI support! Available for Windows / Mac / Linux 24:30 Minutes In Kickstarter for Solo Key V2 Solo Key v2 ( Reversible connector for both USB-A and USB-C Touch buttons NFC Firmware Upgrades Supports advanced authentication, PIV (FIPS 201) Each device comes with both a P256 and Ed25519 attestation certificate 30:15 Minutes In Mobian Community Edition Mobian Blog Post ( Posh gnome UX for phones (Originally developed for Purism Libre 5) Setup Process allows you to set your user password and setup full disk encryption Pine64 Store ( 33:15 Minutes In Beagle Five Opensource/No patents Single Board Computer Source code for it is available under a BSD license Built around a dual-core 1.5 GHz StarFive SiFive U74 processor with 2MB L2 cache A neural engine for hardware-accelerated computing video decoder/encoder able to handle 4K 60 FPS video decoding. HDMI out port (30fps 1080p) 4 regular USB 3.0 ports ethernet audio microSD card slot USB Type-C port for power Integrated Wi-Fi 2.4GHz b/g/n Bluetooth 4.2 40-pin GPIO connector 2 MIPI-CSI connectors (camera connector) MIPI-DSI connector (display connector) Only the $149 8GB model (sans GPU) is available right now You currently have to sign up for the chance to buy the BeagleV OMG Ubuntu blog post ( 35:50 Minutes In JingOS JingOS ( JingOS Github ( UX designed for tablets JingOS is based on Ubuntu 20.04, KDE v5.75, Plasma Mobile 5.20 They will replace the framework from Plasma Mobile to JDE(Jing Desktop Environment) later this year. Trackpad Gestures Full Function Desktop Apps 37:55 Minutes In Main Segment Microsoft switched their edge browser to be based on Chrome Current browser market share: Chrome = 69.28% Edge = 7.75% Safari = 19% Firefox = 03% Samsung = 03% Opera = 02% One company controlling this much of the browser market is bad Google is discontinuing API access Nothing changes for you if you don't sign in now Google is holding firm and is misleading in their marketing announcements Firefox, Vivaldi, Opera and others have their own sync systems Google is killing unlimited google photos ( Awesome Selfhosted ( Best model is Free Trial>Paid Hosting or Self Hosted PiwiGo checks all the boxes Piwigo Software Project ( Piwigo Service Provider ( 1yr / €39 / $47 / yr Unlimited Storage Photos Only No Ads Give you a custom domain Business Plans 50G / €45 All file types €250 / 1TB From the Piwigo privacy policy: " business model relies on subscriptions from clients. Personal data we store (such as email address in order to contact you or IP address for technical reason) are never used outside the hosting service operations. Your data are never sold or exchanged with any partner. Never." Multiple accounts in one application Extentions System 53:00 Minutes In Caller - Jared Thompson Reuters Workpapers CS Needs SQL server Error messages keep changing Maybe help getting SQL going on Linux -- The Extra Credit Section -- For links to the articles and material referenced in this week's episode check out this week's page from our podcast dashboard! This Episode's Podcast Dashboard ( Phone Systems for Ask Noah provided by Voxtelesys ( Join us in our dedicated chatroom #AskNoahShow on Freenode! -- Stay In Touch -- Find all the resources for this show on the Ask Noah Dashboard Ask Noah Dashboard ( Need more help than a radio show can offer? Altispeed provides commercial IT services and they’re excited to offer you a great deal for listening to the Ask Noah Show. Call today and ask about the discount for listeners of the Ask Noah Show! Altispeed Technologies ( Contact Noah live [at] -- Twitter -- Noah - Kernellinux ( Ask Noah Show ( Altispeed Technologies (
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