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Netcat: Herramienta avanzada de red en GNU Linux


https://www.ochobitshacenunbyte.com/2019/01/19/netcat-herramienta-avanzada-de-red-en-gnu-linux

#centos #debian #linux #ncat #netcat #nmap #sysadmin
Netcat: Herramienta avanzada de red en GNU Linux

 

Debian 10 comienza el periodo de congelación y estrena ‘artwork’





#debian #debian 10 #distribuciones
Debian 10 comienza el periodo de congelación y estrena ‘artwork’

 

Gajim 1.1.2 is here!


(2019-01-15)
This is a bug fix release, and most bug fixes are for MS-Windows.
Anyway, it's already in Debian unstable and will probably be in Debian 10 (testing/buster) in a few days and then also in Debian 9 backports (stretch-backports).
#gajim #xmpp #freesoftware #debian #federation

 
#debian #artwork

 
#debian #artwork

 
#Debian sucht Tester für #Secure #Boot

 

GnuPG: Cifrado de datos en GNU Linux


https://www.ochobitshacenunbyte.com/2019/01/03/gnupg-cifrado-de-datos-en-gnu-linux

#blog-stack #debian #gnu #gnupg #gpa #gpg #linux #lxde #seahorse #sysadmin
GnuPG: Cifrado de datos en GNU Linux

 
@anna it's indeed #floss, the #os is based on #debian

see product page https://puri.sm/products/librem-5/

but it's not ready yet, shipping is sched for april...
just received a dev kit today...

 
Hat jemand das Problem gehabt & gelöst, daß nach dem Upgrade von #Debian auf Stretch #icecast2 keine Verbindungen mehr akzeptiert, weder von einem Browser noch von einem Streamprogramm wie darkice?

Nach dem Upgrade des Servers schien es, als ob eine kleine Änderung in der SSL-Konfiguration von Dovecot das einzige Problem war, das ich lösen mußte (kostete mich ja auch nur gut drei Stunden …). Aber jetzt mag icecast2 nicht mehr, und das ist ziemlich meh, weil wir heute Abend einklich, wie jedes Jahr, noch die Weihnachtsgeschichte von Dickens (privat) streamen wollten :-(

 
Hat jemand das Problem gehabt & gelöst, daß nach dem Upgrade von #Debian auf Stretch #icecast2 keine Verbindungen mehr akzeptiert, weder von einem Browser noch von einem Streamprogramm wie darkice?

Nach dem Upgrade des Servers schien es, als ob eine kleine Änderung in der SSL-Konfiguration von Dovecot das einzige Problem war, das ich lösen mußte (kostete mich ja auch nur gut drei Stunden …). Aber jetzt mag icecast2 nicht mehr, und das ist ziemlich meh, weil wir heute Abend einklich, wie jedes Jahr, noch die Weihnachtsgeschichte von Dickens (privat) streamen wollten :-(

 
It seems #Debian has removed the package of weboob. The anti-harassment team took that decision.

Weboob - Web Outside of Browsers

What is Weboob

#Weboob is a collection of #applications able to #interact with #websites, without requiring the user to open them in a browser. It also provides well-defined APIs to talk to websites lacking one.
http://weboob.org/

See Slashdot for more details.

 
just created on an up-to-date #debian #testing :debian: who's #firefox 60.4.0esr :firefox: seems to have issues 🐞 :birdsite: 😜

didn't know that feature still exists in 2018!? :wat: 🤐

i suppose that's been cause by #gtk-#recordmydesktop, which obviously has problems with #i3!? 🤨

#xclock #motiontrail #isthatwindows #seemsfrozenbutisnt
Immagine/foto

 

Debian Installer Buster Alpha 4 release

The Debian Installer team is pleased to announce the fourth alpha
release of the installer for Debian 10 "Buster".
And I'm pleased, too!

#debian #debianinstaller #debian10 #buster #di #freesoftware

 

Bradley M. Kuhn: What Debian Does For Me


Every Debian user has their own reasons to like — or dislike — different aspects of their operating system.
For Bradley Kuhn the essentials are:
- Licensing assurance
- Curated and configured software, with connection to the expert
- Stability

But read yourself!

#debian #freesoftware #fsf #sfc

 

Debian Security Advisory DSA-4353-1 security@debian.org
https://www.debian.org/security/ Moritz Muehlenhoff
December 10, 2018 https://www.debian.org/security/faq- - - - - -

Package : php7.0
CVE ID : CVE-2018-14851 CVE-2018-14883 CVE-2018-17082
CVE-2018-19518 CVE-2018-19935

Multiple security issues were found in PHP, a widely-used open source
general purpose scripting language: The EXIF module was susceptible to
denial of service/information disclosure when parsing malformed images,
the Apache module allowed cross-site-scripting via the body of a
"Transfer-Encoding: chunked" request and the IMAP extension performed
insufficient input validation which can result in the execution of
arbitrary shell commands in the imap_open() function and denial of
service in the imap_mail() function.

For the stable distribution (stretch), these problems have been fixed in
version 7.0.33-0+deb9u1.

We recommend that you upgrade your php7.0 packages.

For the detailed security status of php7.0 please refer to
its security tracker page at:
https://security-tracker.debian.org/tracker/php7.0

Further information about Debian Security Advisories, how to apply
these updates to your system and frequently asked questions can be
found at: https://www.debian.org/security/

Mailing list: debian-security-announce@lists.debian.org

#php #php7 #it-security #linux #debian #IT-Sicherheit #it-security

 

Debian Security Advisory DSA-4353-1 security@debian.org
https://www.debian.org/security/ Moritz Muehlenhoff
December 10, 2018 https://www.debian.org/security/faq- - - - - -

Package : php7.0
CVE ID : CVE-2018-14851 CVE-2018-14883 CVE-2018-17082
CVE-2018-19518 CVE-2018-19935

Multiple security issues were found in PHP, a widely-used open source
general purpose scripting language: The EXIF module was susceptible to
denial of service/information disclosure when parsing malformed images,
the Apache module allowed cross-site-scripting via the body of a
"Transfer-Encoding: chunked" request and the IMAP extension performed
insufficient input validation which can result in the execution of
arbitrary shell commands in the imap_open() function and denial of
service in the imap_mail() function.

For the stable distribution (stretch), these problems have been fixed in
version 7.0.33-0+deb9u1.

We recommend that you upgrade your php7.0 packages.

For the detailed security status of php7.0 please refer to
its security tracker page at:
https://security-tracker.debian.org/tracker/php7.0

Further information about Debian Security Advisories, how to apply
these updates to your system and frequently asked questions can be
found at: https://www.debian.org/security/

Mailing list: debian-security-announce@lists.debian.org

#php #php7 #it-security #linux #debian #IT-Sicherheit #it-security

 

Web browser rant: disable images



So, chromebook crouton debian xfce was re-installed. Installed midori, epiphany, web browsers: why the hell is it not easy to disable images in web browser page loading???!

Another example of Broken Web...

#web #browser #epiphany #midori #debian #gnu #linux

 

Pyra: Wrapping everything up!


https://pyra-handheld.com/boards/threads/wrapping-everything-up.83465/

I'm still alive, even I didn't even find the time to follow much on the boards here or post stuff...
I had TONS of work during the last few weeks and even had a few days where I was more like a Zombie than anything else, but Nikolaus has cotinued to work on stuff, zmatt has reimplemented his rotation hack (so the Pyra is finally fully usable again!) and aTc has always quickly updated the kernels.

So, here's a quick update of the current status.
Let's start with the good news first...

The PCBs


These seem to work rock solid now with the current kernel. All the hardware features we tested work fine, all bugs seem to have been fixed, so I guess we can really call the PCBs fully finished and ready for mass production!

Nikolaus made one small change / bugfix to the Display board: It was flickering sometimes under high load. It turned out that the PWM wouldn't handle the power the LCD needed which caused the flickering.
And it was also shuttering when the display brightness was dim due to the frequency the PWM used.

The PWM is now replaced (just one chip on the display board) which increases the maximum brightness of the LCD and also provides a smoother, flicker-free backlight.

We also received a production report from Global Components which show potential issues for production (pads too close to each other, etc.)
Luckily, these are just small changes, the layout doesn't change, only some components are being moved around a few 0.2mm, so no new prototypes are needed (no worries :))

Nikolaus is now working on wrapping up all the production files: Cleaning up the part lists (some parts have changed), implementing the results from the production report into the design files, etc.

We plan to have them finished within December (we don't know if it works out before or after christmas), which means I DO plan to greenlight the mass production of the PCBs this year!

So much for the good news, now the ugly part...

The cases


Geez, that topic is pretty annoying and time consuming.
While all stuff HAS been picked up by the carrier, our beloved company has held them back as they first wanted to receive the final payment (last changes and the 500 produced transparend cases).
Of course (you know their speed by now), it took them 2 weeks to let me know the costs and another 2 weeks to confirm my payment.
My contact in Greece is now visiting them twice a week to speed things up and thinks that everything should be resolved next week...

Seriously, I'm making more then three crosses when everything arrived at UniquePlast...

Anyways, it's very annoying, in worst case I'll fly to Greece again (as they always seem to move forward faster when I'm around), but I'm also planning to get these moulds moved to UniquePlast within December!

I'll let you know as soon as I receive more details from my contact (should be tomorrow or on Monday).

I'm sure we can solve that, as we've solved other things as well (remember the huge task moving the parts from CC to Global Components when we moved the production to Germany...?)

Prototypes


Now that the hardware is tested, I'd love to ship out the ordered prototypes, would be a nice christmas present!
However, this mostly depends on the cases, as I need the produced cases to assemble these... so hopefully, I'll receive them in time... but I can't make any promises!

Feel free to post any questions here - I'll try to be online a bit more!
Oh, and I might setup a nice VNC on a Pyra, so you could log in and play around with it a bit! :)

#pyra #pyra-handheld #hardware #computer #pc #umpc #handheld #linux #debian #dragonbox-pyra

 

Pyra: Wrapping everything up!


https://pyra-handheld.com/boards/threads/wrapping-everything-up.83465/

I'm still alive, even I didn't even find the time to follow much on the boards here or post stuff...
I had TONS of work during the last few weeks and even had a few days where I was more like a Zombie than anything else, but Nikolaus has cotinued to work on stuff, zmatt has reimplemented his rotation hack (so the Pyra is finally fully usable again!) and aTc has always quickly updated the kernels.

So, here's a quick update of the current status.
Let's start with the good news first...

The PCBs


These seem to work rock solid now with the current kernel. All the hardware features we tested work fine, all bugs seem to have been fixed, so I guess we can really call the PCBs fully finished and ready for mass production!

Nikolaus made one small change / bugfix to the Display board: It was flickering sometimes under high load. It turned out that the PWM wouldn't handle the power the LCD needed which caused the flickering.
And it was also shuttering when the display brightness was dim due to the frequency the PWM used.

The PWM is now replaced (just one chip on the display board) which increases the maximum brightness of the LCD and also provides a smoother, flicker-free backlight.

We also received a production report from Global Components which show potential issues for production (pads too close to each other, etc.)
Luckily, these are just small changes, the layout doesn't change, only some components are being moved around a few 0.2mm, so no new prototypes are needed (no worries :))

Nikolaus is now working on wrapping up all the production files: Cleaning up the part lists (some parts have changed), implementing the results from the production report into the design files, etc.

We plan to have them finished within December (we don't know if it works out before or after christmas), which means I DO plan to greenlight the mass production of the PCBs this year!

So much for the good news, now the ugly part...

The cases


Geez, that topic is pretty annoying and time consuming.
While all stuff HAS been picked up by the carrier, our beloved company has held them back as they first wanted to receive the final payment (last changes and the 500 produced transparend cases).
Of course (you know their speed by now), it took them 2 weeks to let me know the costs and another 2 weeks to confirm my payment.
My contact in Greece is now visiting them twice a week to speed things up and thinks that everything should be resolved next week...

Seriously, I'm making more then three crosses when everything arrived at UniquePlast...

Anyways, it's very annoying, in worst case I'll fly to Greece again (as they always seem to move forward faster when I'm around), but I'm also planning to get these moulds moved to UniquePlast within December!

I'll let you know as soon as I receive more details from my contact (should be tomorrow or on Monday).

I'm sure we can solve that, as we've solved other things as well (remember the huge task moving the parts from CC to Global Components when we moved the production to Germany...?)

Prototypes


Now that the hardware is tested, I'd love to ship out the ordered prototypes, would be a nice christmas present!
However, this mostly depends on the cases, as I need the produced cases to assemble these... so hopefully, I'll receive them in time... but I can't make any promises!

Feel free to post any questions here - I'll try to be online a bit more!
Oh, and I might setup a nice VNC on a Pyra, so you could log in and play around with it a bit! :)

#pyra #pyra-handheld #hardware #computer #pc #umpc #handheld #linux #debian #dragonbox-pyra

 


Installer un pod diaspora* sous Debian et Ubuntu | Angristan


https://angristan.fr/installer-pod-diaspora-debian-ubuntu/

Dans ce tutoriel, nous allons installer un pod diaspora* sur un serveur Debian ou Ubuntu. J’utilise le guide officiel pour Debian 8 comme base et je l’ai moi même utilisé sous Debian 9 pour dspr.io. En gros il fonctionne sur les versions récentes de Debian et Ubuntu.

#debian #ubuntu #diaspora #freesoftware #libresoftware #softwarelibre
Installer un pod diaspora* sous Debian et Ubuntu

 


Extrañas muertes de personas importantes dentro del software libre | GatoOscuro


https://gatooscuro7.wordpress.com/2018/12/07/extranas-muertes-de-personas-importantes-dentro-del-software-libre/

extrañas muertes con respecto a personajes de la comunidad del software libre, muertes (valga la redundancia) muy extrañas y en un momento de auge e importancia para aquellos personajes.

#Debian #diaspora #RSS

 

Pyra WIP Report: No known hardware issues, 30 days of uptime


https://pyra-handheld.com/boards/threads/wip-report-no-known-hardware-issues-30-days-of-uptime.83445/

It's more than time for a small update.
There's not much to see - even though a lot is happening!

Why is that?

Well, right now, the main goals is to get all the hardware working so I can create an automatic testing card - which will not only test the units but also flash the OS onto the internal storage, etc.
This tester is needed for the production run so GC can quickly and easily test all produced boards and make them ready for development.
Also, with this tester, I can quickly find out whether the hardware still has issues or not.

Some (good) news about the results about that can be found further down.

Nikolaus did a great job getting all the hardware to work in the kernel and also code a large part of the testing routines.

I'm using his routines to create the automated tester.
Most of this is finished now!

So while it's not much to see, it's VERY very important.

Here are the tests already fully implemented in the tester:

* All sensors (Barometer, Gyroscope, Accelerator, Compass, Temperature)
* Both SD-Card Slots
* The USB Port
* Temperatures (Battery, CPU)
* Battery Gauge
* 4G / LTE Modem and GPS
* Wifi (incl. Speed test)
* Vibration
* LCD
* All LEDs
* eMMC

These are the tests that are implemented but need a bit more work:

* Input tester (TILER rotation needs to be fixed) for all inputs (incl. touchscreen, nubs and lid-sensor)
* Audio (this has just been fixed one or two days ago in the kernel)
* USB OTG (need to figure out how to switch the SD-Card to mass-storage mode)
* Bluetooth
* Flashing the OS onto the eMMC (already manually tested, but need to implement it autoamtically)

I hope I haven't forgotten anything, but that should be it!
So yes, most of the tests are already working and testing the Pyra almost fully automatic - and the rest should be implemented pretty soon!
I'm trying the best I can - but as I'm no coder, writing the scrits is a bit slower than it could be.

I will do a video showing the test run incl. flashing the OS, as soon as it's finished.
While it's anything but spectacular, it's a VERY important process :)

What about hardware defects on the current revision?

So far, none are known. Everything seems to work now, which we could now test thanks to the existing test scripts.

notaz even did a burn-in test of a 4GB RAM unit with the DLL-Off patch: So far, it has been running over 30 days. Without reboot or being switched off.
No crash, nothing.

So it seems we're doing fine with that patch :)

Each day working with it, it seems less likely that we need anymore hardware fixes.
That's good, right?

... the cases?

I'll have more news about that soon, but give me a bit more time sorting everything out here.

EvilDragon in a live stream!

Naaah, not another "Ask-ED"-Stream - not yet. I will do another one when I can finally show off stuff running nicely on the Pyra.

And while this stream is more dedicated to new games on retro systems than the Pyra, some of you might be interested in it.

I'm guest in the upcoming show Nr. 32 of RetroBlah:
https://the.nag.zone/video/sendungen-formate/retroblah/

It's a german internet-only retro-gaming show. It'll surely be fun, so be sure to tune in if you're interested (and understand German).

That's it for today.
See you soon!

#pyra #pyra-handheld #umpc #linux #debian #gaming #pc #handheld #dragonbox-pyra #dragonbox

 

Pyra WIP Report: No known hardware issues, 30 days of uptime


https://pyra-handheld.com/boards/threads/wip-report-no-known-hardware-issues-30-days-of-uptime.83445/

It's more than time for a small update.
There's not much to see - even though a lot is happening!

Why is that?

Well, right now, the main goals is to get all the hardware working so I can create an automatic testing card - which will not only test the units but also flash the OS onto the internal storage, etc.
This tester is needed for the production run so GC can quickly and easily test all produced boards and make them ready for development.
Also, with this tester, I can quickly find out whether the hardware still has issues or not.

Some (good) news about the results about that can be found further down.

Nikolaus did a great job getting all the hardware to work in the kernel and also code a large part of the testing routines.

I'm using his routines to create the automated tester.
Most of this is finished now!

So while it's not much to see, it's VERY very important.

Here are the tests already fully implemented in the tester:

* All sensors (Barometer, Gyroscope, Accelerator, Compass, Temperature)
* Both SD-Card Slots
* The USB Port
* Temperatures (Battery, CPU)
* Battery Gauge
* 4G / LTE Modem and GPS
* Wifi (incl. Speed test)
* Vibration
* LCD
* All LEDs
* eMMC

These are the tests that are implemented but need a bit more work:

* Input tester (TILER rotation needs to be fixed) for all inputs (incl. touchscreen, nubs and lid-sensor)
* Audio (this has just been fixed one or two days ago in the kernel)
* USB OTG (need to figure out how to switch the SD-Card to mass-storage mode)
* Bluetooth
* Flashing the OS onto the eMMC (already manually tested, but need to implement it autoamtically)

I hope I haven't forgotten anything, but that should be it!
So yes, most of the tests are already working and testing the Pyra almost fully automatic - and the rest should be implemented pretty soon!
I'm trying the best I can - but as I'm no coder, writing the scrits is a bit slower than it could be.

I will do a video showing the test run incl. flashing the OS, as soon as it's finished.
While it's anything but spectacular, it's a VERY important process :)

What about hardware defects on the current revision?

So far, none are known. Everything seems to work now, which we could now test thanks to the existing test scripts.

notaz even did a burn-in test of a 4GB RAM unit with the DLL-Off patch: So far, it has been running over 30 days. Without reboot or being switched off.
No crash, nothing.

So it seems we're doing fine with that patch :)

Each day working with it, it seems less likely that we need anymore hardware fixes.
That's good, right?

... the cases?

I'll have more news about that soon, but give me a bit more time sorting everything out here.

EvilDragon in a live stream!

Naaah, not another "Ask-ED"-Stream - not yet. I will do another one when I can finally show off stuff running nicely on the Pyra.

And while this stream is more dedicated to new games on retro systems than the Pyra, some of you might be interested in it.

I'm guest in the upcoming show Nr. 32 of RetroBlah:
https://the.nag.zone/video/sendungen-formate/retroblah/

It's a german internet-only retro-gaming show. It'll surely be fun, so be sure to tune in if you're interested (and understand German).

That's it for today.
See you soon!

#pyra #pyra-handheld #umpc #linux #debian #gaming #pc #handheld #dragonbox-pyra #dragonbox

 
I monitor pubblicitari alle stazioni trenord girano #Debian. Ne ho appena visto uno in kernel panic...

 

Movim 0.14 - Scotty - Anniversary Edition

Movim is 10 years old and it's with a lot of satisfaction that we are bringing this version 0.14 after 9 long months of development.

Movim is a new concept of social network with instant messaging features that sits between #Instagram, #WhatsApp for the user experience and federated networks such as #Diaspora or #Mastodon.
What brings the new version?
- much better performance thanks to new database layer
- first version packaged for Debian
- Movim can be used to authenticate to third party websites
- many improvements, read the article!

Congratulations!


#movim #federation #freesoftware #xmpp #socialnetwork #debian #php

 

Instalar y configurar sudo en Debian/Devuan


https://www.linuxito.com/gnu-linux/nivel-basico/1141-instalar-y-configurar-sudo-en-debian-devuan

Este artículo explica cómo instalar y configurar sudo en Debian/Devuan y derivados para permitir que un usuario pueda ejecutar comandos como superusuario (root).

#Debian #Devuan

 
just rebooted my #debian #laptop...

1. the #mount.#crypt binary is now distributed through #libpam-mount-bin (not libpam-mount anymore), which was not autoinstalled -> my home could not be mounted... 🤦‍♀️

2. someone somehow created an
~/.config/#i3/#config which is somewhy apparently masking my ~/.i3/config 🤦‍♂️

took me some time to figure these out. without a proper laptop... on the phone basically.. 🤨
won't reboot again..

 

Disponible Debian 9.6 “Stretch”


http://lamiradadelreplicante.com/2018/11/11/disponible-debian-9-6-stretch

#debian #gnu/linux

Esta disponible para su descarga Debian 9.6, sexta actualización de seguridad y corrección de errores de la rama estable Stretch, que como recordaréis fue publicada en junio del año pasado y contara con soporte hasta 2022. Madre de infinidad de distros y presente en múltiples

 

Gajim 1.1.0 released!


#gajim #xmpp #freesoftware #chat #im #debian

 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #climateprotection, #debian, #ecology, #floss, #history, #javascript, #linux, #opensource, #philosophy, #python, #rust, #socialism, #socialjustice, and #sustainability.

In preparation for The Great G+ Migration,,I thought I'd join up here to reacquaint myself with Diaspora before more seriously considering running my own pod. It's been a long time since I last explored it so I expect much has improved since its earliest days.

 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #climateprotection, #debian, #ecology, #floss, #history, #javascript, #linux, #opensource, #philosophy, #python, #rust, #socialism, #socialjustice, and #sustainability.

In preparation for The Great G+ Migration,,I thought I'd join up here to reacquaint myself with Diaspora before more seriously considering running my own pod. It's been a long time since I last explored it so I expect much has improved since its earliest days.

 

¿Qué versión de Linux tengo instalada?


https://www.ochobitshacenunbyte.com/2018/10/17/que-version-de-linux-tengo-instalada

#debian #linux #lsb-release #red hat #sysadmin #ubuntu
¿Qué versión de Linux tengo instalada?

 
It's good to finally see some #Devuan developers starting to help maintain Sysinit inside #Debian as well (because if it's not well-maintained there, eventually packages will not have init.d scripts and Devuan will have to maintain many more packages).

 

FreeCAD 0.17 now in Debian unstable


Install: sudo apt install -t unstable freecad and that's it.

Note: This is a very "fresh" package and still has some bugs. Please report them, so that Debian 10 will have a FreeCAD package in perfect shape.

#freecad #debian #freesoftware #cad

 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #android, #climatechange, #debian, #doctorwho, #dragon, #linux, #opensource, #opensuse, #programming, #python, #raspberrypi, #science, #siduction, and #tesla.

Well, this has perked my interest. Let's see where it goes. There seems to be a few alternatives to G-Plus, but pluspora seems to be the most active.

 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #android, #climatechange, #debian, #doctorwho, #dragon, #linux, #opensource, #opensuse, #programming, #python, #raspberrypi, #science, #siduction, and #tesla.

Well, this has perked my interest. Let's see where it goes. There seems to be a few alternatives to G-Plus, but pluspora seems to be the most active.

 
Hey everyone, I’m #newhere. I’m interested in #anime, #bash, #crystal, #debian, #doctorwho, #freesoftware, #go, #googleplus, #gplusrefugee, #linux, #madpagan11, #mastodon, #newhere, #opensuse, #podcasts, #programming, #python, #raspberrypi, #reddit, #ruby, #rust, #rwby, #savegoogleplus, #shell, #siduction, #solus, #startrek, #twitter, #utau, #vocaloid, and #youtube...among other things.

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