I think for the holidays I will investigate and . I will have to learn about multicast. Perhaps I can learn to stream movie files to a smartv tv. I should be able to at least discover what sort of devices are listening on my network.

A person made a really nice intro to using Org Mode for life planning :) Most other intros I've seen aren't about tasks or are too coupled with a person's particular workflows (and implicit power usage) so I really appreciate this series' clarity :D

youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVt

The best part of a new #ToyStory release is the reassurance of having new codenames for #Debian releases.

Did you know that if you try to look at xkcd from a US Congressional IP address, it automatically redirects you to xkcd.com/1732/ (The Earth Temperature Timeline).

Source: twitter.com/neurovagrant/statu

Here is a documentary that explain the danger of mass surveillance by companies and state that everybody should watch (more info in comments) - redd.it/9vddhe

ah poor @PMourdoukoutas@twitter.com from @Forbes@twitter.com says that @RedHat@twitter.com will bring #OpenSource #Community to @IBM@twitter.com

so naive! most probable is that #RedHat will lose the community, and IBM should really try hard for that to not happen

forbes.com/sites/panosmourdouk

If #ibm does not respect the community and contribute as much as #redhat did, people will move to the #debian 'branch' of the #gnu #linux 'tree' https://twitter.com/dagwieers/status/1057584770127933446

This was not as hard as I expected . 🙂 An is simply a keypair. No x.509. The end nodes don't even need the private part of the key, just the public key.

Perhaps I can disable passwords on most of my boxes. Don't know how this will interact with windows clients (putty, etc).

I think I will write a blog post on this, see if the folks at @opensourceway@twitter.com would be interested in an article, or submit a talk somewhere. Maybe I'll do all of the above.

My saturday project has become how to create an to validate hosts and users.

Tweet: 𝔻𝕒𝕘 𝕎𝕚𝕖𝕖𝕣𝕤 (@dagwieers), in 31 oct, 1:47 PM

Tivoli Enterprise Linux 7.6 was released today. Expect TentOS 7.6 to follow shortly. This release has ksh as the default shell, a new devops tool named smitty, and the Linux kernel has been replaced with an actual enterprise kernel. Get your LTO tapes today! @jpmens

twitter.com/dagwieers/status/1

I've recently joined here, tryting to learn my way around. By way of , I am a nerd, interested in Free (and open) software. I am GNU/#linux system admin/engineer and software developer.

I typically use , although I am moving towards .

I am interested in learning more functional programming languages. and look interesting.

I will leave it there as I don't wish to ge to personal in public, but will say my is , for those who care about such.

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