On the Lawrence Systems Forums
Tony Bemus, Tom Lawrence, Phil Porada and Jay LaCroix
Sound bites by Mike Tanner
The LawrenceSystems YouTube Channel Where videos
Jay’s Bash Prompt https://pastebin.com/kzPjE8y4
A conditional GET or HEAD request has been received and would have resulted in a 200 OK response if it were not for the fact that the condition evaluated to false.
Write in and echo hi to email@example.com.
Kdenlive Code Sprint & Developer Interview
OpenShot Updated release (including an updated Windows installer)
Ubuntu 19.04 Beta Available
OpenSSH 8.0 Quantum Resistant Keys
Jetson Nano Brings AI Computing to Everyone! It delivers 472 GFLOPS of compute performance with a quad-core 64-bit ARM CPU and a 128-core integrated NVIDIA GPU. It also includes 4GB LPDDR4 memory in an efficient, low-power package with 5W/10W
On Being a Free Software Maintainer
“How dare you not (use your free time to) fix this ultra high priority bug that is affecting me?” or “This is an absolutely basic feature! How is it not implemented yet (by you on your free time)?!” or even “You made me move to Software Y, and you need to win me back” are going to be realities you will have to face.”
New York Times Open Source Workflow data management tool The means for creating (and maintaining) a documentation site — or a style guide, or a knowledge base, or any other set of information frequently used as a reference — have shifted back and forth over time. Blogging software! Wikis! Flat files! Database-driven! Google Docs! GitHub Pages! Dropbox Paper! Notion! The number of options — and the degree to which their selection sometimes come down to one person’s aesthetic choice or workflow preference — has left the job of keeping updated documentation a bit of a mess.
Cisco RV320 “mitigated” security flaw by blocking user agent
Unleash The ASUS HASH!
$50 million CTF Writeup
Defending The Defenders Of The Cyber Universe: How To Mitigate Stress In Cybersecurity
Hashicorp Vault and Kubernetes
How I generate my ssh keys
ssh-keygen -t ed25519 -b 521
The Linux Vendor Firmware Service (LVFS) is now a Linux Foundation project
LVFS is a secure website that allows hardware vendors to upload firmware updates. It’s used by all major Linux distributions to provide metadata for clients, such as fwupdmgr, GNOME Software and KDE Discover.
Richard Hughes, upstream maintainer of LVFS and Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat states, “My long-term goal is for the LVFS to be seen like a boring, critical part of infrastructure in Linux, much like you’d consider a NTP server for accurate time, or a PGP keyserver for trust.”
With the recent Spectre and Meltdown issues hitting the industry, firmware updates are no longer seen as something that just adds support for new hardware or fixes the occasional hardware issue. Now the EFI BIOS is a fully fledged operating system with networking capabilities, companies and government agencies are realizing that firmware updates are as important as kernel updates, and many are now writing in “must support LVFS” as part of any purchasing policy.
What the heck is Citrix doing?
As many of you know, XenServer.org was created many years ago to provide developers and users of the Free edition a venue through which to share insights and suggestions regarding product features, enhancements, and technical support. The upcoming rebranding of “XenServer” to “Citrix Hypervisor” offers an opportunity to consolidate access to product resources to a single website – citrix.com.
OpenMW is a free, open source, and modern engine which re-implements and extends the 2002 Gamebryo engine for the open-world role-playing game The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.
Mozilla Improves Web Browser Security in Firefox 66 Update
Ubuntu 19.04 Is Offering Some Performance Improvements Over Ubuntu 18.10, Comparison To Clear Linux
CodeWeavers on how Proton (Steam Play) helped improve Wine 4.2
Google announce ‘Stadia’, their new cloud gaming service built on Linux and Vulkan
An Automated Way To Install Essential Applications On Ubuntu
Firefox 66 Release Notes
New Work: Arbor Networks , the security division of NetScout
Here is a history video of Arbor Networks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAsdpvAuv9I&index=12&list=PLu8eXm-IEjEAoLW4hssuIOqVKD2TB3HJp
Secure Your Linux Server With Fail2Ban [Beginner’s Guide]
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