Linux For Everyone
Linux For Everyone
Oct 22, 2020
Linux + Coffee #4: Tribalism and Toxicity
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After Episode 43, it was time to have a serious discussion about the Linux community with my two favorite co-hosts. Linux + Coffee returns with both Schykle and Matt and the topic is a serious one: Gatekeeping, tribalism and toxicity in the Linux community. Why does it happen, and HOW do we deal with it?

It's a thought-provoking conversation and we hope you enjoy it.

Special Guests: MattDLN and Schykle (Clayton).

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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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