Angela and Chris talk about the different ways ads and in app purchases make it onto our mobile devices, what can be done about it, and how the community feels about it.
The long-awaited meetup is finally happening on today's show. We're going to be interviewing the original BSD podcaster, Will Backman, to discuss what he's been up to and what the future of BSD advocacy looks like. After that, we'll be showing you how to track (and even cross-compile!) the -CURRENT branch of NetBSD. We've got answers to user-submitted questions and the latest news, on BSD Now - the place to B.. SD.
Bad sysadmin habits lead to a major data breach, DNS gets weaponized, and ICANN holds their grand key ceremony.
Plus a great batch of your questions, our answers, and much much more!
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Podcasting from the car Knightwise shows us his favorite command line applications and how he connects to them from anywhere.
SSH server on Ubuntu. : Sudo apt-get install open-ssh-server
Irssi : Sudo apt-get install irssi
Centertim : sudo apt-get install centerim
Alpine : sudo apt-get install alpine
Putty : http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/
Secure Shell : https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/secure-shell/pnhechapfaindjhompbnflcldabbghjo?hl=en
Knightwise.com : http://www.knightwise.com
Russia and United States are meeting face to face for the first time, since the situation in the Ukraine that they’ve helped create, exploded. The confirmation bias is strong, and all sides are engaged in media fueled war of propaganda to hide the real reasons for the conflict, we’ll follow the money, and break it down.
Actions speak louder than words, and we’ll examine the fast paced maneuvering of the US, Russia, and the EU, and why all of this could be heading towards a new kind of status quo, we’ll explain.
Plus our followup, your feedback, and much much more.
On this week’s episode of, Unfilter.
In this episode, deepgeek suggests that adding and old, and perhaps laughable
by modern standards, device to your mobile lifestyle. Deepgeek reveals that
said device is the pager, but he eventually gives good reasons for doing so.
The primary reason is that the paging company does not know where you are,
so they can't tell "the man" where you are. Other reasons are reduncancy
and trouble interpreting audio. But in the end, you find out why first
responders and medical and fire personal still use these devices, and how you,
as a privacy lover, may reap benefits from using this technology also.
Some links mentioned in case you want to follow them...
Duck Duck Go search on locational privacy
"privacy is dead" audio
USA's two remaining paging companies
don't forget to check out resellers for deals, like "free pager with one year prepaid
A good sms via email webpage
Going Linux #237 · Listener Feedback
Tom. What ever happened to Tom, the cohost of Going Linux from 2007-2012? Listen to find out, and to hear how you can send him a message. This episode also includes a review of file systems, and discussions on such topics as swap space, system D, fixing Linux, and streaming music players.
Episode 237 Time Stamps
00:00 Going Linux #237 · Listener Feedback
01:35 Update on Tom: Listen for contact info
05:15 Door-to-Door Geek: Swap space
09:03 Andrew: File systems
12:34 FAT, FAT32
18:06 Len: Shownotes correction
19:02 Paul: System D
24:08 John: A G+ commented about fixing Linux
26:25 Paul: Who fixes Linux?
28:33 Application pick: Great little radio player
30:26 Application pick: cmd.fm
33:28 goinglinux.com, email@example.com, +1-904-468-7889, @goinglinux, feedback, listen, subscribe
We take a look at possible evidence of Martian life, 3D printing a heart, Tetris, spacecraft updates, Curiosity news, and as always take a peek back into history and up in the sky this week.