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!

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Sudo Show
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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!
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Hacker Public Radio
Hacker Public Radio
Hacker Public Radio
HPR3259: Nextcloud - The easy way sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade -y Start the Nextcloud on Raspberry Pi installation with the following script. curl -sSL | sudo bash Github script content #!/bin/bash # NextCloudPi installation script # # Copyleft 2017 by Ignacio Nunez Hernanz <nacho _a_t_ ownyourbits _d_o_t_ com> # GPL licensed (see end of file) * Use at your own risk! # # Usage: ./ # # more details at BRANCH=master #DBG=x set -e$DBG TMPDIR="$(mktemp -d /tmp/nextcloudpi.XXXXXX || (echo "Failed to create temp dir. Exiting" >&2 ; exit 1) )" trap "rm -rf "${TMPDIR}" ; exit 0" 0 1 2 3 15 [[ ${EUID} -ne 0 ]] && { printf "Must be run as root. Try 'sudo $0'n" exit 1 } export PATH="/usr/local/sbin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:${PATH}" # check installed software type mysqld &>/dev/null && echo ">>> WARNING: existing mysqld configuration will be changed <<<" # get install code echo "Getting build code..." apt-get update apt-get install --no-install-recommends -y wget ca-certificates sudo lsb-release pushd "$TMPDIR" wget -qO- --content-disposition"$BRANCH"/latest.tar.gz | tar -xz || exit 1 cd - && cd "$TMPDIR"/nextcloudpi-"$BRANCH" # install NCP echo -e "nInstalling NextCloudPi..." source etc/ # check distro check_distro etc/ncp.cfg || { echo "ERROR: distro not supported:"; cat /etc/issue exit 1; } mkdir -p /usr/local/etc/ncp-config.d/ cp etc/ncp-config.d/nc-nextcloud.cfg /usr/local/etc/ncp-config.d/ cp etc/ /usr/local/etc/ cp etc/ncp.cfg /usr/local/etc/ install_app install_app bin/ncp/CONFIG/ run_app_unsafe bin/ncp/CONFIG/ systemctl restart mysqld # TODO this shouldn't be necessary, but somehow it's needed in Debian 9.6. Fixme install_app run_app_unsafe bin/ncp/CONFIG/ bash /usr/local/bin/ popd IFACE="$( ip r | grep "default via" | awk '{ print $5 }' | head -1 )" IP="$( ip a show dev "$IFACE" | grep global | grep -oP 'd{1,3}(.d{1,3}){3}' | head -1 )" echo "Done. First: Visit https://$IP/ https://nextcloudpi.local/ (also https://nextcloudpi.lan/ or https://nextcloudpi/ on windows and mac) to activate your instance of NC, and save the auto generated passwords. You may review or reset them anytime by using nc-admin and nc-passwd. Second: Type 'sudo ncp-config' to further configure NCP, or access ncp-web on https://$IP:4443/ Note: You will have to add an exception, to bypass your browser warning when you first load the activation and :4443 pages. You can run letsencrypt to get rid of the warning if you have a (sub)domain available. " exit 0 # License # # This script is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it # under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by # the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or # (at your option) any later version. # # This script is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the # GNU General Public License for more details. # # You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License # along with this script; if not, write to the # Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, # Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA DuckDNS Enter trusted domain NextCloudPi panel Trusted domain 1 Trusted domain 2 Certbot script sudo apt install certbot python-certbot-apache -y sudo certbot --apache Customization External storage support Apps > Disabled Apps > External Storage Support > Enable Apps 1 Apps 2 Settings External storage Dark mode support Apps 3
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