I love tasting food from all over the world and variants of what I would call “my food” if that is how it is made. I have fond memories of an Ethiopian dish based on rotten meat, amazing Armenian pizza, Lebanese marinated chicken, Peruvian street food and so on.
* fry in butter a finely chopped shallot
* add the mushrooms (I used dried “bolet” which I had previously left in water for 1/2 day),
* add small quantities of the water used to revive the mushrooms while you fry them,
* add a pinch of salt (this causes the mushrooms to release water)
* add fresh cream,
* add 1/2 teaspoon of potato starch,
* lower the fire and simmer until ready.
takes about 30m.
Was lange währt, wird endlich gut. Mit vielen Monaten Vorbereitung, gehen wir (@daniel0x1F und @c1t) heute mit unserem #Podcast http://segfault.fm über IT-Sicherheit online. Viel Spaß beim Hören! // via Twitter https://twitter.com/segfault_fm/status/1070254246220759041
Let’s lend our friends at @genode a hand and vote for Sculpt OS to be included in distrowatch:
Time for some regularly scheduled #Spectre vulnerability: IBM research Zurich and Northeastern University Boston have done a structured analysis of speculative execution attacks and found #SPLITSPECTRE. They also “introduce SPECULATOR, a novel tool to investigate speculative execution behavior critical to these new microarchitectural attacks.”
#Genode 18.11 is here, in this release we focused on improving quality assurance on various fronts, including static code analysis, on-target test orchestration, and code-coverage measurements.
Read more at
The hidden gem in @genode 18.11 is https://genode.org/documentation/release-notes/18.11#Genode_as_a_platform_for_Mirage-OS_unikernels 😉
Genode 18.11 is out! “Genode 18.11 is focused on improving quality assurance on various fronts, including static code analysis, on-target test orchestration, and code-coverage measurements. Furthermore, it introduces support for Mirage-OS unikernels, a new health-monitoring mechanism, a Genode SDK, an SSH server, and a new window layouter.”
This is quite an impressive (cheap) price:
- Cavium ThunderX, 96 physical cores @ 2.0 GHz
- 128 GB of DDR4 ECC RAM
- 250 GB of SSD
- 20Gbps Bonded Network
For $0.50 per hour.
To make their POWER9 systems more accessible, Raptor Engineering have announced the “Blackbird”: a single socket Micro-ATX board with a 4-core IBM POWER9 CPU for $1,174.99.
Bundle with CPU:
this is pretty neat for anyone hacking on kernel or drivers for Power9:
there is also a freebsd port:
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* still waiting for the essential heatsinks for the SOPINE modules, currently stuck somewhere between Shenzen and Hong Kong since 11th November,
* smoke-tested the SOPINE modules one by one using the #NetBSD image from https://invisible.ca/
* received a PineBook 11” “1080p” version, which was also smoke-tested with #NetBSD.
Why #NetBSD? The images are “burn & boot” pre-installed which grow / to fit the SD and are perfect for a quick test.
@nomadlogic I think it's time "we" create a cooperative to purchase three of these machines and put them in a suitable colocation facility somewhere. sell half the capacity off and distribute the other half to cooperative members. or something of the sort.
it would be nice to have a 'packet.net' with the variety of locations and hourly pricing but just POWER9 machines only.
For those that are not following IT security that closely: people involved with Spectre, Meltdown and Foreshadow have cooperated and done a „systematic Evaluation of Transient Execution Attacks and Defenses“. In the course they have discovered seven (!) new Spectre/Meltdown-style attacks. They tested their findings on Intel, AMD and ARM CPUs: „we can still mount transient execution attacks that are supposed to be mitigated by rolled out patches.“
The Rosetsu exhibition at the Rietberg museum in Zurich was very nice and very crowded. I’m happy I went. New inspiration for my own sumi-e attempts. As Nov 4 is the very last day, we caught it just in time. If nothing comes up we might go again tomorrow? The ticket would still be valid. And we can always take a look at the permanent exhibition.
nice, ownme.ipredator.se back up after i found and fixed the issue in my orchestration system (it measured resource usage of too many running unikernels when adding a new policy): https://github.com/hannesm/albatross/commit/75372a792fc389a6fe0d9b4efe7fb00f71d4d670 #pinata #MirageOS #devops #fullstack -- deployment btw via asn.1 encoded elf images contained in #x509 client certificates distributed via #tls :D
Now that Redhat was bought by IBM, they are getting rid of KDE:
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