Items tagged with: freesoftware
Potrebbere essere necessario aggiornare il software manualmente:
Dalla modalità grafica:
- cliccare su "opzioni" e poi su "aggiorna"
Da linea di comando:
zdl --update --force
oppure altre varianti
Nuova estensione: DDL.TO
Consigliata per potenza massima di download: anche se si riesce a scaricare un solo file per volta, occupa tutta la banda disponibile.
Inoltre, aggiornamento di alcune estensioni come filecrypt e jheberg.net
#zdl #bash #linux #cygwin #downloader #axel #wget #aria2 #gnu #free #freesoftware #softwarelibero #zigzag #zigzagdownloader #condividetevelo #sharing #streaming #hosting #filehosting #xdcc #dcc #irc #automazione
Which backup program do you prefer?
There are so many backup programs out there, that is almost impossible to leave some out.
Not so happy with duplicity, which does not handle renames gracefully and separates backups in "full" and "incremental" ones, I looked out for a program that:
- does deduplication (duplicate files need only space for one file on storage, renaming is cheap)
- has encrypted remote (no need to trust the remote in respect to privacy)
- does not need special software on remote, other than SSH (makes it suitable for NAS or cloud)
- is in Debian main (so that I can install it easily from my only trusted source)
(my requirements are only slightly different to those)
So far, I found four: Attic, Borg, bup, and Obnam. Borg is a fork of Attic and replaces it practically in Debian, so I did not test it. I did not test
#backup #freesoftware #attic #borgbackup #bup #obnam #duplicity
~~There is NO CLOUD, just other people’s computers~~
There’s cloud, and it can even be YOURS on YOUR computer
blog post by Debian developer Thomas Goirand "Zigo"
Each time I see the FSFE picture, just like on Daniel’s last post to planet.d.o, where it says:#cloud #freesoftware #openstack #fsfe #debian #privacy
“There is NO CLOUD, just other people’s computers”
it makes me so frustrated. There’s such a thing as private cloud, setup on your own set of servers. I’ve been working on delivering OpenStack to Debian for the last 6 years and a half, motivated exactly to fix this issue: I refuse that the only cloud people could use would be a closed source solution like GCE, AWS or Azure. The FSFE (and the FSF) completely dismissing this work is more than annoying: it is counter productive. Not only the FSFE shouldn’t pull anyone away from the cloud, but it should push for the public to choose cloud providers using free software like OpenStack.
The openstack.org market place lists 23 public cloud providers using OpenStack, so there is now no excuse to use any other type of cloud: for sure, there’s one where you need it. If you use a free software solution like OpenStack, then the question if you’re running on your own hardware, on some rented hardware (on which you deployed OpenStack yourself), or on someone else’s OpenStack deployment is just a practical one, on which you can always back-up quickly. That’s one of the very reason why one should deploy on the cloud: so that it’s possible to redeploy quickly on another cloud provider, or even on your own private cloud. This gives you more freedom than you ever had, because it makes you not dependent anymore on the hosting company you’ve selected: switching provider is just the mater of launching a script. The reality is that neither the FSFE or RMS understand all of this. Please don’t dive into the FSFE very wrong message.