Direct MP3 Download: Linux For The Rest Of Us #134 – SuperCoop And RamboObando Hold Down The Fort
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Episode 134 Show Notes
Basic Basic – Know Your (Local) Community
Latest Chrome Release Fixes Ubuntu 13.04 Install Issue – A dependency change in last month’s release of Ubuntu 13.04 meant that anyone attempting to install Chrome using Google’s official installer was met with an error. The ‘libudev0′ package required by Chrome to run is no longer available from the Ubuntu repositories.
How DrupalCon coders are helping Oklahoma City recover – More than 70 developers attending DrupalCon in Portland this week took time out to make a major contribution to the recovery effort in Oklahoma City.
PiDora: Fedora on the Raspberry Pi – You can now add another Linux distro to the list that will run on the Raspberry Pi. The core distro for the small device is the Debian based Raspian and there is also an Arch based Linux for the Pi too. And now once again, we’ve got a Fedora Remix for the Raspberry Pi as well. Dubbed Pidora – the distro is a new ARMv6 build of Fedora 18.
Secure File From Removal In Linux And Unix – Protecting files from unwanted deletion is very important security on the tasklist of Unix Administrators. On Linux boxes you can use the chattr command.
How to Hide Your Files Inside an Image In Linux – Nowadays, our personal computer is not only a work tool, it is also our private space where we store our little secrets. Protecting our personal data from praying eyes should be one of our top priorities. People use cryptography or encryption to hide their data, but they forget that cryptography does not hide data from a third party, its goal is to make your data unreadable by a third party.
SKYPE 4.2 FOR LINUX RELEASED WITH MINOR IMPROVEMENTS AND BUG FIXES – Skype 4.2 for Linux has been released today and it includes various bug fixes, increased stability when using a Microsoft Account, optimized Voice messaging as well as some minor new features.
Devon Ceptor: Turn an HDMI display into a hosted cloud desktop – Devon IT plans to launch a tiny device called the Ceptor in July which you can plug into any TV or monitor to turn it into a thin client machine. Basically the Ceptor is a $99 device that’s small enough to fit in your pocket. It has an ARM-based processor and runs a Linux-based operating system, but it’s really designed to let you login to remote server running virtual desktop software.
Laptop Week Review: Google Chromebook Pixel – Chromebook Pixel is a very impressive piece of hardware.
This 23-Ton, 5.3-Million-Brick X-Wing Is the Biggest Lego Model Ever – The model of the classic Star Wars fighter being unveiled in Times Square has a wingspan of 44 feet and comes complete with R2-D2 and a full range of sound effects. It’s a super-duper-sized version of Star Wars Lego starfighter set #9493 and was made with 5,335,200 Lego bricks.
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