Linux For Everyone
Linux For Everyone
Oct 27, 2020
Episode 44: The PRO1-X Is The Linux Phone I've Waited For
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Meet the Pro1-X, a beautiful high-spec physical keyboard smartphone that offers LineageOS, Ubuntu Touch or Android right out of the box. Enjoy this exclusive Linux For Everyone interview with the team behind the phone, learn more about the partnership with XDA and much more!

You can also watch this interview (and see lots of great footage of the phone itself) at youtube.com/LinuxForEveryone!

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Ask Noah Show
Ask Noah Show
Noah J. Chelliah
Episode 215: Self-Hosting Your Platform
Self-hosting has always been a good idea but when your platform doesn't want to serve you, we have some self-hosted options that will. A Reddit user has Linux booting on an iPhone 7, a man was quoted $50K to run fiber to his house, so he built his own fiber ISP! -- During The Show -- 00:30 Minutes In Email 1 - Feedback from EP 212 Bluetooth and Drawing Tablet - David HSP/HFP designed for phones not computers Bluetooth support on Linux is difficult due to the way blue-tooth works (uses modem commands on mobile) Possible Solutions that bypass Linux blue-tooth stack Links to the 1Mii USB Bluetooth Adapter for PC (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B083TD9VW4?pf_rd_r=EDN0TAKZ8952EWP1WGXT&pf_rd_p=5ae2c7f8-e0c6-4f35-9071-dc3240e894a8) This is Creative's version if you are looking for a more popular brand name. (https://us.creative.com/p/accessories/creative-bluetooth-audio-bt-w2-usb-transceiver) XP-PEN came up and they have a driver for Linux. It is a little bit hokey in the sense that their configuration application needs to be running in order for it to work. It does not always survive suspend/resume, but it is easy to launch again. Their non-display models also have good support for left-hand versus right-hand drawing When used as a display, there is no left-hand mode because it relies on dm to configure the display We purchased an xp-pen innovator 16 It is a 1080p 15.6 inch matte screen with hardware buttons connected via HDMI and 2 USB ports XP-PEN (https://www.xp-pen.com/) seems like a good company Link to first photo made with the tablet (https://imgur.com/ivIMrUc) 06:00 Minutes In Email 2 - VPN Recommendation? - Ira What is the best VPN company? private internet access (https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/) They have a track history of NOT turning over user data, they get called into court they say we'd love to comply but we don't have the documents. affiliate link (https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/pages/buy-vpn/altispeed) 08:30 Minutes In Email 3 - Matrix Support Spreading - Charliebrownau Mind.com is supporting Matrix Protocol link (https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/1193961192228610048) Mind.com (mind.com) is an alternative to Facebook and other big social networks 09:20 Minutes In Email 4 - Censorship - Rob What are your thoughts on Mozzila's blog post (https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2021/01/08/we-need-more-than-deplatforming) 11:15 Minutes in Pick of the Week MediaCMS (https://github.com/mediacms-io/mediacms) Fully featured open source video and media CMS Built mostly using the modern stack Django + React and includes a REST API No federation 14:00 Minutes In Gadget of the Week Dell's new thunderbolt dock Dell WD19TB (https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/dell-thunderbolt-dock-wd19tb/apd/210-arik/pc-accessories) Built in thunderbolt cable Additional rear facing thunderbolt pass-through port 2x Display Ports 1x HDMI 2x Rear USB 1x Front Facing USB Dell's USB C dock Dell WD15 (https://www.dell.com/support/home/en-us/product-support/product/dell-dock-wd15/overview) 17:00 Minutes In News Guy by the name of Daniel Rodriguez managed to boot Linux with Gnome on an iPhone 7 YouTube Video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DO8vt34kTh0) Reddit write up (https://www.reddit.com/r/linux/comments/kux9xx/success_iphone_7_with_dead_nand_netbooting/) Phone that was given to him by his grandparents as a junk device, He saved it from the landfill! Prerequisites writable directory available over nfs, including dhcp server on local network Checkra1n 0.10.2-beta (https://checkra.in/releases/0.10.2-beta#all-downloads) Kernel fork for h9x/A10 (https://github.com/corellium/linux-sandcastle) Project sandcastle utilities (https://github.com/corellium/projectsandcastle) EITHER arm64 cross compiler or an arm64 native device. I used a rpi4 on 20.04 <-- way helpful to be able to chroot and setup, otherwise you'd have to use qemu-user Bridge setup script/udev rules (https://github.com/newperson1746/iphone7-linux-nfsroot) 21:00 Minutes In Jared Mauch Built his Own ISP Jared Mauch didn’t have good broadband—so he built his own fiber ISP Arstechnica link (https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2021/01/jared-mauch-didnt-have-good-broadband-so-he-built-his-own-fiber-isp/) AT&T's advertised plans for his neighborhood topped out at a measly 1.5Mbps Eventually switched to a WISP that delivered about 50Mbps Comcast told him it would charge $50,000 to extend its cable network to his house Mauch built his own ISP (buried the fiber for 10,000) As of early January, Mauch has 30 homes and 10 homes to hookup Large corporate Business are not afraid of government and government regulations ISPs are going to learn, do it or get replaced Starlink is becoming a thing, Amazon satellite internet is coming 27:30 Minutes In Main Segment De-platforming / Self hosting Violence is wrong, Full stop Gate keeping in the broadcast industry changed when the internet became a thing Groups and People were banned from twitter so they moved to Parler Amazon kicked Parler off its hosting services (https://techcrunch.com/2021/01/11/parler-is-officially-offline-after-aws-suspension/) Google and Apple kicked the Parler app off their platforms (https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/09/technology/apple-google-parler.html) Mozzila blog post (https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2021/01/08/we-need-more-than-deplatforming/?utm_source=www.mozilla.org&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=homepage&utm_content=card) Community discussion (sorry to much to summarize listen to the episode) Honorable Mention TeamSpeak (https://community.teamspeak.com/t/teamspeak-5-beta-bug-report-bbcode-not-working-channel-commander-not-shown/14670/4) 5 is going to be switching to the Matrix protocol for chat Will not federate Mumble (https://www.mumble.info/) is a better option -- 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 (http://podcast.asknoahshow.com/215) Phone Systems for Ask Noah provided by Voxtelesys (http://www.voxtelesys.com/asknoah) 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 (http://www.asknoahshow.com) 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 (http://www.altispeed.com/) Contact Noah live [at] asknoahshow.com -- Twitter -- Noah - Kernellinux (https://twitter.com/kernellinux) Ask Noah Show (https://twitter.com/asknoahshow) Altispeed Technologies (https://twitter.com/altispeed)
56 min
Sudo Show
Sudo Show
Destination Linux Network
16: Starting a Home Lab
In our first episode of 2021, we'll dive straight into our home labs, how to plan your lab, buy or build your own servers, some cool projects to get you started, and take a look at Inbox Zero. All that and more on the Sudo Show! Destination Linux Network (https://destinationlinux.network) Sudo Show Website (https://sudo.show) Sponsor: Digital Ocean (https://do.co/dln) Sponsor: Bitwarden (https://bitwarden.com/dln) Sudo Show Swag (https://sudo.show/swag) Contact Us: * DLN Discourse (https://sudo.show/discuss) * Email Us! (mailto:contact@sudo.show) * Matrix: +sudoshow:matrix.org Game Sphere (https://gamesphere.show/) CentOS Announcement: * Destination Linux 204: Interview with Red Hat's Mike McGrath (https://destinationlinux.org/episode-204/) * CrunchTools - Before Yout Get Mad About the CentOS Stream Change (https://crunchtools.com/before-you-get-mad-about-the-centos-stream-change-think-about/) Home Labs: Eric's Server Specs (https://pcpartpicker.com/list/pCvP68) HPE BladeSystem c3000 (https://buy.hpe.com/us/en/options/enclosures-chassis/bladesystem-c-class-enclosures/bladesystem-c-class-enclosures/hpe-bladesystem-c3000-enclosures/p/3540808) Pine64 RockPro (https://www.pine64.org/rockpro64/) New Egg - Computer Parts, PC Components (https://www.newegg.com/) Server Monkey - New, Used, Refurbished Servers (https://www.servermonkey.com/) Home Networking: Unifi Security Gateway (https://www.ui.com/unifi-routing/usg/) Unifi 8-Port POE Switch (https://www.ui.com/unifi-switching/unifi-switch-8/) Unifi AP AC Pro (https://www.ui.com/unifi/unifi-ap-ac-pro/) Projects: Red Hat Developer Subscription (https://developers.redhat.com/) oVirt (https://www.ovirt.org/) Seafile - Open Source File Sync (https://www.seafile.com/en/home/) SeaTable (https://seatable.io/en/) Only Office - Online Office for Business (https://www.onlyoffice.com/) Nextcloud (https://nextcloud.com/) Zimbra - Email Collaboration (https://www.zimbra.com/) ITZG Dockerized Minecraft (https://github.com/itzg/docker-minecraft-server) Home Assistant (https://www.home-assistant.io/) Plex - Stream Easier (https://www.plex.tv/) Wireguard VPN (https://www.wireguard.com/) CrowdSec (https://crowdsec.net/) Ceph Storage (https://ceph.io/ceph-storage/) Productivity Corner How To Geek: What is Inbox Zero and How Can You Achieve It? (https://www.howtogeek.com/413507/what-is-inbox-zero-and-how-can-you-achieve-it/) Inoreader - Take back control of your news (https://www.inoreader.com)
42 min
BSD Now
BSD Now
Allan Jude
385: Wireguard VPN mesh
Description: History of FreeBSD: Early Days of FreeBSD, mesh VPN using OpenBSD and WireGuard, FreeBSD Foundation Sponsors LLDB Improvements, Host your Cryptpad web office suite with OpenBSD, and more. NOTES This episode of BSDNow is brought to you by Tarsnap (https://www.tarsnap.com/bsdnow) Headlines History of FreeBSD - Part 3: Early Days of FreeBSD (https://klarasystems.com/articles/history-of-freebsd-part-3-early-days-of-freebsd/?utm_source=bsdnow) In this third part of our series on the history of FreeBSD, we start tracing the early days of FreeBSD and the events that would eventually shape the project and the future of open source software. A mesh VPN using OpenBSD and WireGuard (https://www.tumfatig.net/20201202/a-mesh-vpn-using-openbsd-and-wireguard/?utm_source=bsdnow) WireGuard is a new coming to OpenBSD 6.8 and it looks like a simple and efficient way to connect computers. I own a few VPS (hello Vultr, hello OpenBSD.amsterdam) that tend to be connected through filtered public services and/or SSH tunnels. And that’s neither efficient nor easy to manage. Here comes the wg(4) era where all those peers will communicate with a bit more privacy and ease of management. News Roundup Foundation Sponsors FreeBSD LLDB Improvements (https://freebsdfoundation.org/blog/guest-blog-foundation-sponsors-freebsd-lldb-improvements/?utm_source=bsdnow) With FreeBSD Foundation grant, Moritz Systems improved LLDB support for FreeBSD The LLDB project builds on libraries provided by LLVM and Clang to provide a great modern debugger. It uses the Clang ASTs and the expression parser, LLVM JIT, LLVM disassembler, etc so that it provides an experience that “just works”. It is also blazing fast and more permissively licensed than GDB, the GNU Debugger. LLDB is the default debugger in Xcode on macOS and supports debugging C, Objective-C, and C++ on the desktop and iOS devices and the simulator. Host your Cryptpad web office suite with OpenBSD (https://dataswamp.org/~solene/2020-12-14-cryptpad-openbsd.html) In this article I will explain how to deploy your own Cryptpad instance with OpenBSD. Cryptpad is a web office suite featuring easy real time collaboration on documents. Cryptpad is written in JavaScript and the daemon acts as a web server. Beastie Bits OPNsense 20.7.7 Released (https://opnsense.org/opnsense-20-7-7-released/?utm_source=bsdnow) Introducing OpenZFS 2.0 Webinar - Jan 20th @ noon Eastern / 17:00 UTC. (https://klarasystems.com/learning/webinars/webinar-introducing-openzfs-2-0/?utm_source=bsdnow) BSD In Die Hard (https://www.reddit.com/r/BSD/comments/kk3c6y/merry_xmas/) Managing jails with Ansible: a showcase for building a container infrastructure on FreeBSD (https://papers.freebsd.org/2019/bsdcan/dengg-managing_jails_with_ansible/) BSD Hardware (https://bsd-hardware.info) New WINE chapter in FreeBSD handbook (https://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/wine.html) *** 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 scott- zfs question (https://github.com/BSDNow/bsdnow.tv/blob/master/episodes/385/feedback/scott-%20zfs%20question) Bruce - copy paste on esxi (https://github.com/BSDNow/bsdnow.tv/blob/master/episodes/385/feedback/Bruce%20-%20copy%20paste%20on%20esxi) Julian - an apology for Allan (https://github.com/BSDNow/bsdnow.tv/blob/master/episodes/385/feedback/Julian%20-%20an%20apology%20for%20Allan) Send questions, comments, show ideas/topics, or stories you want mentioned on the show to feedback@bsdnow.tv (mailto:feedback@bsdnow.tv)
34 min
This Week in Linux
This Week in Linux
TuxDigital
133: Linus Torvalds Calls Out Intel, PeerTube Live Streaming, Asahi Linux
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we've got some Distro releases for Linux Mint and Puppy Linux. We've got a follow up for a topic about running Linux on Apple Silicon with a project called Asahi Linux. Linus Torvalds is in the news this week for some comments he made about Intel's policies on ECC. We've also got some great news for NVIDIA users and those looking for a way to doing self-hosted Live Streaming thanks to PeerTube. We'll also cover some unfortunate and annoying news from the Qt Company and then we'll round out the show on a good note with the latest release from the Lutris project. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews! SPONSORED BY: Digital Ocean ►► https://do.co/dln Bitwarden ►► https://bitwarden.com/dln TWITTER ►► https://twitter.com/michaeltunnell MASTODON ►► https://mastodon.social/@MichaelTunnell DLN COMMUNITY ►► https://destinationlinux.network/contact FRONT PAGE LINUX ►► https://frontpagelinux.com MERCH ►► https://dlnstore.com BECOME A PATRON ►► https://tuxdigital.com/contribute This Week in Linux is produced by the Destination Linux Network: https://destinationlinux.network SHOW NOTES ►► https://tuxdigital.com/twinl133 00:00 = Welcome to This Week in Linux 133 Other Videos: 5 Reasons Why I Use KDE Plasma: https://youtu.be/b0KA6IsO1M8 6 Cool Things You Didn't Know About Linux's History: https://youtu.be/u9ZY41mNB9I How To Use Firefox's Best Feature, Multi-Account Containers: https://youtu.be/FfN5L5zAJUo Linux Explained - How Some Distros Are Based On Other Distros: https://youtu.be/OWk3D6x64tk 7 Reasons Why Firefox Is My Favorite Web Browser: https://youtu.be/bGTBH9yr8uw Thanks For Watching! Linux #OpenSource #TechNews
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