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HPR1736: How I run my small business using Linux

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Hardware System76 Galago Ultrapro - Ubuntu 14.04 Synology DiskStation DS213j LG G2 Proprietary Applications Synology Cloud Station Wireframe Sketcher Free Applications pandoc discount -firefox chromium gvim libreoffice planner hamster todo.txt gnucash virtualbox thunderbird enigmail stationary california ranger L2TP/IPSEC vpn client meld deja-dup -> Box Systemback rsync Links http://synology.com http://wireframesketcher.com http://www.system76.com http://todotxt.com/ http://www.pandoc.org http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/ https://launchpad.net/l2tp-ipsec-vpn

Written by b-yeezi

March 29th, 2015 at 6:00 pm

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EP90 The night of the terrible puns.

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Google joins the ranks of ♫ ♪ "I did it, myyyyy wayyyyy" ♬ ♩ and announces its own X11 replacement codenamed Freon, along with Canonical-nee-Ubuntu's Mir and everyone else's Wayland and or Xorg.

You thought they were dead? You thought you'd heard the last of them, but yes, SCO are back and set to ruffle IBM's feathers all over again with their reactivated $5 Billion lawsuit.

If you can't beat them lock them out! Microsoft appear to be on course to implement their plan to stop anyone putting what they want on a PC or Laptop with Secure Boot scheduled to be implemented on Windows 10.

♫ ♪ "Happy birthday to you..........." ♬ ♩ The GNU Manifesto turns 30! If you didn't know that, don't worry, clearly most of the Internet is unaware too.

"All crimes begin with a thought. So, if you control thought, you can control crime." -- Crimethink George Orwell 1984
When does an online fantasy cross the line into criminal conspiracy? That’s the issue the Second Circuit Court of Appeals is currently weighing in United States v. Gilberto Vallethe so-called “cannibal cop” case.

OpenSSL patched a “high” severity flaw as part of a patch batch on Thursday that turned out to be nowhere near as scary as widely feared.

South London Makerspace
We re-visit the news that the GLA (Greater London Authority) has granted the Makerspace £20,000

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Show length: 01:09:48

Start & Ending Music: Thai Dance Music by: Thai
Licensed Under: CC Attribution

Bumper music: Licensed Under: CC Attribution
01- Farad_Bastami_-_Piero_Nicolini_impaziente_dal_yoytube_di_amin https://www.jamendo.com/en/track/1179074/piero-nicolini-impaziente-dal-yoytube-di-amin
02- Julian_Rhine White_Lights_-ft._Ellie_Goulding__Brenton_Duvall https://www.jamendo.com/en/track/1179114/julian-rhine-white-rhino-wednesdays-02-ghostrhiter-ft.-rjd2
03- Estuart_Lavoz_-_Robarte_Un_Beso_-_Estuart_Ft_Jimena_Sosa https://www.jamendo.com/en/track/1179484/robarte-un-beso-estuart-ft-jimena-sosa
04- Ashley Te_Esperare https://www.jamendo.com/en/track/1186204/te-esperare
05- Tlushch ontrabass Contraband https://www.jamendo.com/en/track/1186975/kantrabas-sontrabass-contraband
06- George Franco DESEO_TUS_BESOS https://www.jamendo.com/en/track/1209933/9-george-franco-deseo-tus-besos
07- Y P Pork Inga_Problem https://www.jamendo.com/en/track/1175370/inga-problem

Post-Production: Keith Milner

Written by The Dick Turpin Road Show

March 28th, 2015 at 5:03 am

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mintCast 221 – MakuluLinux and the LMDE2 RC

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Download News: LMDE 2 “Betsy” MATE and Cinnamon RC released! (blog.linuxmint.com) (blog.linuxmint.com) Windows 10 to make the Secure Boot alt-OS lock out a reality (arstechnica.com) Linux adopts conflict resolution code (zdnet.com) Ubuntu MATE 15.04 Gets a New Release for Raspberry … Continue reading

Written by mintcast@mintcast.org (Charles and Rothgar)

March 26th, 2015 at 8:53 pm

mintCast 221 (MP3) – MakuluLinux and the LMDE2 RC

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Written by mintcast@mintcast.org (Charles and Rothgar)

March 26th, 2015 at 8:53 pm

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Lunch Lady Lockdown | TechSNAP 207

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Reverse Engineering Incentives to Improve Security. New Jersey school district computers held for ransom & the flash bug that lives on from 2011 with a twist!

Plus some great networking questions, drone powered Internet & more!

Written by Jupiter Broadcasting

March 26th, 2015 at 8:40 pm

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HPR1735: Free tutorials for teachers

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I have received a very generous offer from Bernard J. Poole, a professor at the University of Pittsburgh. He has a series of LibreOffice Tutorials and has asked me to publicize that they are available free of charge to all of our LibreOffice fans on Hacker Public Radio. You can find his tutorials on his web site at http://www.pitt.edu/~poole/. He is particularly aiming his tutorials at educators who might use LibreOffice in the classroom

Written by Ahuka

March 26th, 2015 at 6:00 pm

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SSL in the Wild | BSD Now 82

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We'll be chatting with Bernard Spil about wider adoption of LibreSSL in other communities. He's been doing a lot of work with FreeBSD ports specifically, but also working with upstream projects. As usual, all this weeks news and answers to your questions, on BSD Now - the place to B.. SD.

Written by Jupiter Broadcasting

March 26th, 2015 at 12:13 pm

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Amazon Photo Foothold | Tech Talk Today 149

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Amazon debuts unlimited cloud drive, Gnome 3.16 is looking good, Chris debates the merits of getting a Galaxy S6 & more!

Written by Jupiter Broadcasting

March 26th, 2015 at 11:54 am

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Who’s Following ISIS | Unfilter 138

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Is the ISIS Cyber Division responsible for a spree of hack attacks across America? We’ll review the smattering of defacements throughout the week linked to ISIS. An Obama administration official leaks Israel's spying, Iran talks heats up & Ted Cruz lies through his teeth on air.

Written by Jupiter Broadcasting

March 25th, 2015 at 11:44 pm

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HPR1734: Vim Hints 003

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Moving Around In this episode I want to look at how you move around the file you are editing in Vim. I also want to add some more elements to the configuration file we started building in the last episode. Full Notes Since the notes explaining this subject are long (the size limit is 4000 characters), they have been placed here: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps/hpr1734_full_shownotes.html I usually create my notes with Markdown and pandoc. As an experiment this time I have used a pandoc template which uses the same CSS that provides the style for the main HPR pages. I hope it makes these notes look better than the very bare HTML I have produced in the past. Links Vim Hints Episode 1 http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=1714 Vim Hints Episode 2 http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=1724

Written by Dave Morriss

March 25th, 2015 at 6:00 pm

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