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  1. NEW 'Off The Hook' ONLINE Posted 27 Jan, 2022 3:48:52 UTC The new edition of Off The Hook from 01/26/2022 has been archived and is now available online. The fight to free PACER, Julian Assange wins right to appeal extradition to US, acknowledges hack, Russian numbers station hijacked, Belarus state-owned railway hit with ransomware, Greg Newby joins the panel to discuss the upcoming HOPE conference. "Off The Hook" - 01/26/2022 Download the torrent here View the full article
  2. GitLab Repository: Rust-Roller Dice Roller Tutorial Application This is a simple dice rolling application that follows along with my Hacker Public Radio course on learning the rust programming language. I will attempt to make the commits follow the episodes pretty closely with one commit after every episode with the episode number in the commit message. Usage: rust-roller <number-of-dice> <number-of-sides-per-die> Output: Dice: <value-of-die-1> <value-of-die-2> ... Total: <sum-of-all-dice-values> List of Episodes Rust 101: Episode 0 - What in Tarnishing? Rust 101: Episode 1 - Hello, World! Rust 101: Episode 2 - Rolling With the Errors Contact Info: at blackernel at nixnet dot social izzyleibowitz at pm dot me View the full article
  3. NEW 'Off The Wall' ONLINE Posted 26 Jan, 2022 1:24:25 UTC The new edition of Off The Wall from 01/25/2022 has been archived and is now available online. "Off The Wall" - 01/25/2022 Download the torrent here View the full article
  4. In this episode of your favourite FLOSS podcast our two OAPs discuss the challenges of running conferencing systems like BigBlueButton behind a network address translation (NAT) configuration, something that the Inlaws have been struggeling (?) with for quite some time but now have arrived a solution which might just work :-). If you face similar challenges or just want to refresh your knowledge about intricate network architectures never mind their pitfalls, stay tuned. All will be revealed (hopefully :-). But beware: This show is highly technical and geek-only. Which may come in handy if you're not technical but suffer from insomnia or similar sleep disorders - this is your show! Links: Network Address Translation (NAT): BigBlueButton (BBB): TURN server: STUN and more: Google TURN servers: Dehydrated: WebRTC: Parallels: Philip K. Dick's Vulcan Hammer: The Ice Road: Sorcerer: View the full article
  5. Just a simple check of an old laptop with update View the full article
  6. It gives us much happiness to confirm that HOPE is returning this year. A New HOPE will take place July 22-24, 2022 at St. John's University in Queens, New York City. It will be the first conference in our new home, which gives us more space and possibilities than ever before. It's also much easier for out-of-towners to get to, being much closer to airports and even offering free parking. Our Call For Participation will begin accepting submissions on Thursday for speakers and panel discussions. We'll also have a CFP for workshops and other projects shortly after. Ticket sales are imminent and we will be making an announcement about that in the very near future. We will also be posting info on nearby discounted hotel accommodations as well as other housing options. If you want to help with HOPE operations, email HOPE is only made possible through the combined effort of hundreds of people, each helping out in their own unique way. All kinds of questions are addressed in our FAQ, located with lots of other info at Keep checking that site as it will be updated frequently. A New HOPE July 22-24, 2022 St. John's University Queens, New York City View the full article
  7. It's a rant mostly about prescriptions and health care View the full article
  8. Android Debugging Android Debug Bridge (adb) homepage Install ADB Tools There are multiple guides online as to how to install, but I found dnf install android-tools.x86_64 adb-enhanced.noarch the easiest. Similar commands are available for the other distros. Use your package manager to search for adb. Enable Developer options Go to Settings. Usually via the pulldown menu from the top twice, and click the cog icon. Search for 'Build Number', it's usually in Click on 'About Phone' Click on 'Build Number' seven times. Go back and then search for 'Developer options' it's usually in the System section You'll need to turn on two features 'Android Debugging' and 'ADB over network' While we are at it, go back and then search for 'IP Address' it's usually in the About phone section. You should see a IPv4 address eg: Make note of the IP address as we'll use it later. Using ADB To get help use the command adb help global options: Tell you how to connect to the phone general commands: Shows your devices, and gives help networking: Allows you to connect over the network but also to port forward and reverse traffic file transfer: The only reliable way to get files to and from your device. internal debugging: Shows how to control the server USB Plug your phone using a usb cable. There will be a notification and a popup to allow the connection. Run adb shell and all going well you should see your phone. Commands like ls, cd, and find work well. For example find /storage/self/primary/. Network Unfortunately if you unplug your phone you no longer have a connection to it, but you can enable network access via tcp. Leave your phone connected to USB and then tell it to use a TCP/IP connection with the command adb tcpip 5555. Then connect to the phone using the phones IP address and port 5555, adb connect It should reply with a connected to message $ adb connect connected to Now commands like adb shell should allow you to access the phone even if it's not physically connected via usb. Multiple devices Got multiple devices then you can connect them all in the same way as shown above. The only issue is you need to tell adb which one you want to address. The first thing you need to do is list the devices $ adb devices -l List of devices attached device product:XXXX model:XXXX device:XXXX transport_id:9 device product:YYYY:ZZZZ device:ZZZZ transport_id:14 The important bit is the transport_id at the end. You can then use the adb command as normal but specifying the -t option -t: allocate a pty if on a tty (-tt: force pty allocation) So for example adb -t 14 shell would connect to phone YYYY So that's it for remote control from the shell, but what if you want to see and interact with the screen itself ? Remote screen sharing with scrcpy From Wikipedia scrcpy is a free and open-source screen mirroring application that allows control of an Android device from a Windows, macOS, or Linux desktop computer. The software is currently developed by Genymobile, which also developed Genymotion, an Android emulator. The source code is available on github. It's available via apt install scrcpy on Ubuntu. In Fedora you'll need to enable it from the copr repo. dnf copr enable zeno/scrcpy dnf install scrcpy With only one phone connected you can just type scrcpy and the screen will appear. Remember right click is power, and the mouse is your finger ;-). If you have multiple devices connected you can connect using scrcpy --tcpip= scrcpy is a wonderful tool that deserves a show in itself, but in short it lets you interact with your phone as if it was a VNC/Remote Desktop session. You can copy text from the phone as well. It allows for control of the screen, as well as screen recording. View the full article
  9. NEW 'Off The Hook' ONLINE Posted 20 Jan, 2022 2:53:36 UTC The new edition of Off The Hook from 01/19/2022 has been archived and is now available online. An update on Virgil Griffith's case, some people having trouble ordering free at-home covid tests. "Off The Hook" - 01/19/2022 Download the torrent here View the full article
  10. Mass unlock/powershell Link to NOTES.ps1 View the full article
  11. NEW 'Off The Wall' ONLINE Posted 19 Jan, 2022 1:20:58 UTC The new edition of Off The Wall from 01/18/2022 has been archived and is now available online. "Off The Wall" - 01/18/2022 Download the torrent here View the full article
  12. NEW 'Off The Wall' ONLINE Posted 19 Jan, 2022 1:20:58 UTC The new edition of Off The Wall from 01/18/2022 has been archived and is now available online. "Off The Wall" - 01/18/2022 Download the torrent here View the full article
  13. Links You'll find further information under the following links: Summits on the Air on Wikipedia The main SOTA website SotaWatch 3 where you post spots and alerts SotaData where you post your activation and chaser reports to claim points SOTA Reflector the SOTA internet forums SOTLAS a map of SOTA summits with activations and other info View the full article
  14. Toshiba Satellite L455-S5000 The script! #!/bin/bash # target dir is ~/Photos/YYYY-MM-DD_Hm targetDir="/home/$USER/Photos/$(date +"%F_%H%M")" # create the dir mkdir $targetDir # cd to dir cd $targetDir # kill all gphoto stuff pkill -f gphoto2 # get the files gphoto2 --get-all-files # delete all files on camera recursively gphoto2 -DR View the full article
  15. I used to use Vagrant to spin up minimal virtual machines when I needed to test code on a different distro than what I ran. Lately I've switched to Podman. Install Podman with your distribution's package manager. Configure it: $ sudo --add-subuids 200000-265536 \ --add-subgids 200000-265536 \ $USER Create a directory to share data between your container and your localhost: $ mkdir data Run a container, with your ./data directory mapped to /storage in the container: $ podman run -it --volume ./data:/storage:Z busybox View the full article