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G+ Mark Rice pimps PodcastAddict and reminds us of Chess Griffins incredible Linux Reality http://www.archive.org/download/lrp002/linuxreality002.mp3
KWisher links to ZFS on Linux http://zfsonlinux.org/

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I wanted to play “Guns of Icarus” so I installed Steam on Solus OS even though the Snaps version isn’t ready yet.  It’s supposed to integrate seamlessly when it is.  I’ve only tried the one game.  Everything seems a lot smoother than when I tried last year.
>sudo eopkg install steam

From the EULA I agreed to online, the PicoBrew C home brewing system I ordered for $399 on Black Friday utilizes a mix of Open Source and proprietary software (I’m guessing the base OS is Linux).  I will be here the middle of next week, may not be enough time for me to run a batch before next show.

I didn’t get MakuluLinux installed on either bare metal or a VM.  On second look, I did have a go with this years ago and it doesn’t look like it’s had an update in two years and the cert on the homepage seems to have expired since last show.  Finally, the nVidia GT730 I ordered only came today.

Failed to get quasselconf.py working on the Arch server, probably because it has QT dependencies and the server isn’t running X.  Had the bright idea of copying the config files from /var/lib/quassel to a shared folder and installing quasselconf on the Solus desktop:

>sudo eopkg install python3-devel
>sudo pip3 install quasselconf
>sudo pip3 install pyqt5
>quasselconf -c path-to-copied-config-files -t core
Which returns – a blank line

Firefox Quantum 57 is now default on Solus

Bought Google Home Mini’s at Walmart Black Friday

Security: Intel confirms Management Engine runs Minix; researchers report exploits possible.
New MacOS, “High Sierra”, allows root login with no password
Bitcoin over $10,000 despite $30,000,000 hack

Raspberry Pi toys: New Google kit for the Pi enables object recognition
Adafriut suggests learning projects for their Octa-Pi super computing board
Software maps brain activity to the web
Raindrop sensor for Pi weather stations
Lightning detector for Pi
$100 particle detector from MIT – Admittedly, this article doesn’t mention open source, RPi, or Arduino, but I strongly suspect they are compatible.
Pip, handheld pixel gaming console, learning/making device from Curious Chip

Run desktop apps on Ubuntu phone

New podcast from an old friend from devrandom podcast : http://plays.capheind.com

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Kiwisher on G+
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndflyslzAEU&feature=youtu.be

Richard Kline on G+ regarding DEX
https://plus.google.com/u/0/108761353950402496770/posts/aqfg1cp4AJM

https://plus.google.com/u/0/108761353950402496770/posts/BCRJKbvGAnJ

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Installing AnBox (an application to run Android apps on Linux).  Anbox – Android in a Box   AnBox is a Snap, which are already supported as of Solus 3 Install snapd on Solus – Snaps are universal Linux packages .  > sudo snap install –classic anbox-installer && anbox-installer

To run Android apps, you also need to install the developer kit: How to install Android Studio and Android Tools on Solus | FOSS Linux .  Apps have to be sideloaded, so I had to extract them from an Android device (in my case, the chromebook). How to Extract APK File of Any App on Your Android Phone I extracted the Android .apk, but it failed on install
>adb install myapp.apk
adb: error: failed to get feature set: no devices/emulators found
– waiting for device –

Moving Quassel Core back to my local server.  The config file must have survived the uninstall and reinstall and I forget my old password.  This package should allow me to view the config.  https://gitlab.com/TC01/quasselconf

Install Chrome on Solus How to install Google Chrome, Chromium in Solus | FOSS Linux

Download Firefox 57 for Linux https://click.e.mozilla.org/?qs=358ddbc83e4b6dcc067403855602a89ae7a34544e6f5e3b2fd63e10b43da0e3679b409a402ad82344a6d759f7fcf0ef3ca7236bb4cdc8563

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Talkiepi
http://projectable.me/i-built-a-wifi-walkie-talkie-for-my-kids-now-you-can-too/

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Gaming: War Thunder (Linux Version)
Netminer and 5150 wander into TLLTS territory: Tank Chats The Great War <Seriously, if you take nothing else from this episode, subscribe to “The Great War”  Forgotten WeaponsDeath TrapsC&R
SuperTuxCart now on Android

Security: Credit card skimmers: How you can scam the skimmers – CNET

Free “upgrade” To Win 10 ends soon
MS rep forced to install Chrome during an Azure demo
Cryptopuck from a Raspberry Pi via Hackaday

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I won’t be there, but here are some security links if you need the content:
U.S. Believes Russian Spies Used Kaspersky Antivirus to Steal NSA Secrets

John Kelly’s Hacked Phone Could Be a Major National Security Issue | WIRED

T-mobile might have put customer data at risk

HonkeyMagoo
Krack Wi-Fi
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cnet.com/au/google-amp/news/krack-wi-fi-attack-patch-how-microsoft-apple-google-responding/

http://news.softpedia.com/news/ubuntu-debian-fedora-and-elementary-os-all-patched-against-wpa2-krack-bug-518075.shtml

https://krebsonsecurity.com/2017/10/what-you-should-know-about-the-krack-wifi-security-weakness/

Linux on Samsung
https://www.xda-developers.com/samsung-announces-linux-on-galaxy-for-dex/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+xda-developers%2FShsH+%28xda-developers%29

Android app to run servers
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.icecoldapps.serversultimatepro&hl=en

Play old pc games over the net
https://classicreload.com/

Netminer
Ubuntu gives up on 32 bit desktop
http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2017/09/ubuntu-17-10-32-bit-builds-dropped

Book suggestion “The last Centurion”
https://www.amazon.com/Last-Centurion-John-Ringo/dp/1439132917

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Kevin Wisher on G+
https://www.raspberrypi.org/magpi/using-3d-printer-raspberry-pi/

Ken Fallon
Hi All,

Yes I do listen

Thanks for the offer of stickers, but if we get a table we’ll need a lot
more than 50 stickers. More like 5,000. FOSDEM is a completely different
kettle of fish to normal events.

PLEASE stop playing the HPR call for shows theme.

No Seriously PLEASE stop playing the HPR call for shows theme.

By the time your show is released we we either have stopped or there is
a flood of shows coming in. Then we get the crying wolf effect.

I’m serious – If I hear that theme one more time ….. well I’ll have to
….. ask you kindly again to not play it. 🙂

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Overview of Ohio Linux Fest 2017.  The PineBook came up for additional scrutiny from the TSA both coming and going.  Assembled an RPi 3 with DietPi (rather than OctoPi) and a RPi 3 with Raspian and a Respeaker for Assistant-Pi.  Lightning storm seems to have messed up power on my pfSense box, temporarily back on consumer router.  Tom Lawrence showed me how to configure my guest network on pfSense the way I intended, didn’t have the chance to implement.

HackerPublicRadio.org is out of shows in 12 days for real.

Red Hat Offers Free Certification

Security News:
Millions of credit card numbers may have been stolen from Sonic Drive-In
Linux Subsystem in Windows 10 perfect hiding place for malware
How to disable Bluetooth and WiFi in iOS

Hardware Links:
Google Assistant Coming to Chromebooks
Echo will be able to make free calls in North America Bad news for independent assistant software.

Netminer
https://hackaday.io/project/26096-dementia-friendly-music-player

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Ken Fallon

I was thinking of submitting a proposal for a Podcast Table at FOSDEM on
3rd/4th Feb 2018 in Brussels.
https://fosdem.org/2018/

Rather than promoting just HPR, I want to promote as many different
shows as possible. The Linux LugCast is exactly the sort of show that a
lot of new participants will want to know about.

It’s probably unlikely that you can attend personally but I’d still like
to hand out flyers and stickers etc. Is it OK with you if I include the
Linux LugCast podcast as part of the proposal ?


Regards,

Ken Fallon

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Security:  Tom Lawrence explains why the Equifax security breach might not be entirely unforgivable.  Apache Struts had patches available but would have required testing against in house software. https://www.youtube.com/attribution_link?a=HzmAax8YqBRbBl2G&u=/watch%3Fv%3DxGZXoY4Bopg%26feature%3Dem-uploademail
BlueBourne malware can infect Mac, Windows, and Linux implementations with stack protection disabled, exploints vulnerability in Bluetooth drivers http://www.zdnet.com/article/linux-gets-blasted-by-blueborne-too/

Saga of installing 3D printing software on the ODroid U2: First, I need to apologize to the developers of Ubuntu for the ODroid U2.  Once I fixed an unrecognized connectivity issue,  I was able to connect to the repos and update the system.  My version is 14.04 Trusty LTS, so it won’t do a version upgrade unless I force it.  The common slicer apps are still not in the repos, but I now believe that is because they haven’t been compiled for ARM except in the form of Cura as part of Octoprint.  Buying another RPi 3 may truly be the path of least resistance at this point.

I did find an article that successfully guided me through compiling Slic3r on the U2, with some tweaks.  http://www.hoektronics.com/2013/05/05/compiling-slic3r-on-raspberry-pi/

I found all the packages referenced in the first step had already been installed as had been screen.  Installing the cpanm dependencies took significantly less time than the article suggests, perhaps because the U2 is faster than the Pi’s of 2013, when the article was written.  I already had a GUI running, so I could skip that step.  I did a git clone on the slicer code.  The next step is where I had to make a change.  The first time I checked out Slic3r 0.9.9, and when compiling in the next step, it turns out the code was not compatible with the current version of Perl.  I checked what was current on the Slic3r homepage, http://slic3r.org/ and saw the current version was 1.2.9 .  Redoing the git clone and replacing the instruction “git checkout 0.9.9” with “git checkout 1.2.9” provided me with a version of the code that could be compiled with the installed version of Perl.  The next instruction “sudo perl Build.PL” worked, but did not create the Build file referenced in the next instruction “sudo ./Build install”.  Fortunately, the perl Build.PL output gave me the installation command; unfortunately, I keep working and scrolled past it with out recording the command.  The last command on the Hoektonics article completed the configuration.  Issuing ./slic3r.pl brings up a list of arguments for Slic3r, but if I do ./slic3r.pl –gui, I’m told I need OpenGL.  When I Try to install the glut libraries “sudo apt-get install libglut3-dev”, I’m told they don’t exist in the repos.  I’m going to try the GUI App Manager, but I had to reboot first to let some updates install.  

So, to re-cap, OpenGl is required to run a GUI version of Slic3r.  Unfortunately, I discovered no ODroid supports OpenGl.  
1.  Short answer: No ODroid device supports OpenGL [SERIOUSLY!!!]  https://forum.odroid.com/viewtopic.php?f=54&t=9621
2.  Long answer: OpenGL ES should work instead (see link above).  WT* is OpenGL ES?
3.  The ES stands for “Embedded System”  Ubuntu don’t play that.  https://www.opengl.org/discussion_boards/showthread.php/174720-Installing-OpenGL-ES2-0-in-Ubuntu-10-04  (Okay, the post is from 2011, but it’s enough to discourage me at 1AM)
4.  This page explains work arounds for installing OpenGL ES.  Turns out almost all the libraries were already up to date (one not found).  Then it goes into compiling someone else’s C code requiring importing libraries.  Lost me there even if it would have worked.  I’ve already invested more time just this evening than a RPi 3 is worth.  A lot of this effort was just plain stubbornness and justifying buying the used U2.  Since it can update against current repos, I’ll probably re task it as my ZoneMinder server once I get my external cameras set up.

If OpenGL had worked:
1:  I expect it would have been installed by default and I wouldn’t have had to do anything.
2.  These instructions appeared on the Google page once I specified Ubuntu 14.04
1. Type/Copy/Paste: sudo apt-get update

2. Type/Copy/Paste: sudo apt-get install freeglut3

3. Type/Copy/Paste: sudo apt-get install freeglut3-dev

4. Type/Copy/Paste: sudo apt-get install binutils-gold

3.If you still have trouble, perhaps the OpenGL perl bindings are not installed
>sudo cpan -i OpenGL https://github.com/alexrj/Slic3r/issues/3075

OK, if I can’t get GUI Slic3r, then maybe I can still install OctiPrint. I’d noticed the U2’s clock wasn’t getting updated by the NTP server.  It hadn’t been a problem before updating Ubuntu, but now no SSL sites would load because the certs were invalid because of the discrepancy in the date.  I’d attempted to reconcile the NTP server but failed. In #linuxlugcast, kwisher said he’d seen it before and recommended uninstalling and reinstalling NTP first.

>sudo apt-get remove –purge ntp
>sudo apt-get install ntp
>sudo dpkg-reconfigure ntp
>sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata

That let SSL sites load, but Firefox and Chrome were still unstable (seems like this happened on my C2 as well).

Kwisher also gave me a link to instructions on installing OctoPrint on a Pi http://forum.diigiit.com/viewtopic.php?pid=1729  I went smoothly until the second to last instruction where it refused to compile.  Next day I ordered a Pi 3.

Fixing my broken Solus install was so absurdly easy I’m embarrassed to tell.  I’d already determined Linux was still running behind the blinking cursor because <Ctrl><Alt><Del> caused a reboot.  <Ctrl><Alt><F1> put me in a terminal with a login prompt.  After logging in, I performed another update and it fixed what ever broke on the last one.  Next show, I’ll present a summary of all the other things I tried which may be relevant for a listener in the future.

Installed a Ubiquiti UniFi AP.  Surprisingly, setup on Linux was not as trivial as one might expect.
1. Controller software (replacing the expensive controller hardware required by other enterprise WiFi  solutions) was only available as a .deb (with Intel binaries)

1. Looked for a solution to install a .deb on my Arch server.  Neither dpkg for Arch or the DebTap script panned out.

2. >sudo dpkg -i UniFiController.deb resulted in unmet dependencies.  >apt-cache search revealed I needed to install MongoDB to complete the setup.

3. After physical setup, you still need to download the User Manual.  It doesn’t mention Linux, but you can access the controller at //localhost:8443.  From there, it is just a matter of following the prompts.  The controller does not need to stay running for the AP to work.

When next we meet, I will have been to Ohio Linux Fest in Columbus.

HonkeyMagoo
Octoprint on orange pi zero using armbian
http://www.nanohawk.com/configuring-octoprint-on-an-orange-pi-zero-using-armbian-debian-jessie-distro/

How to install Octoprint on Linux
https://github.com/foosel/OctoPrint/wiki/Setup-on-a-Raspberry-Pi-running-Raspbian

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vics wrote:

You wrote:

Things I broke: I wanted to install Google Play store on my 7” Amazon
Fire tablet so I could install the app for my refurbished DJI 3
Standard drone.  Tried the RootJunky method descibed here
http://lifehacker.com/how-to-get-google-play-on-a-kindle-fire-and-install-any-1790706649
but got fail.  Was able to sideload the app, but it needs support apps
that come with the Play Store.

AFAIK I was using the instructions from

https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?s=192556949462ff4a862fe972af9853b3&p=63101965&postcount=4

But it was like 2 years ago so I can not recall for sure.

KWisher from G+ https://wesharethis.com/2017/08/raid-getting-hard-drives/

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Re-Speaker 4 speaker hat for Raspberry Pi, better quality and range than most audio inputs.  Alexa/Google Home?   https://www.cnx-software.com/2017/08/29/respeaker-4-mic-array-is-25-quad-microphone-add-on-board-for-raspberry-pi/
Alexa and Cortana will be able to talk to each other, Jeff Beezos as stated he would be willing to work with Google, others http://money.cnn.com/2017/08/30/technology/alexa-cortana/index.html
DIY Powerwalls using used laptop cells http://www.diypowerwalls.com/index.php

Fweeb
Sculptember is here! (not exactly Linux-related, but a bunch of us are doing it with open source tools)

HonkeyMagoo
Appimage
http://appimage.org/

GNU World Order: episode 11×4
http://gnuworldorder.info/

Cura
https://ultimaker.com/en/products/cura-software

Tronxy X1
https://www.gearbest.com/3d-printers-3d-printer-kits/pp_494192.html

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HackerPublicRadio.ORG NEEDS SHOWS
Things I broke: I wanted to install Google Play store on my 7” Amazon Fire tablet so I could install the app for my refurbished DJI 3 Standard drone.  Tried the RootJunky method descibed here http://lifehacker.com/how-to-get-google-play-on-a-kindle-fire-and-install-any-1790706649 but got fail.  Was able to sideload the app, but it needs support apps that come with the Play Store.   
Installed LXDE on my Pocket C.H.I.P., rendered it unusable.  I heard Thaj talking about putting LXDE on his Pocket C.H.I.P. on Urandom and decided to put it on mine as well.  Installed the desktop from terminal. Got a login screen, but my touch screen doesn’t respond to touches near the edges, so I couldn’t get to the dropdown to change desktops.  Discovered I could change the default desktop from the terminal with “sudo killall x-session-manager” which brings up a menu of alternate desktops. Rebooted into LXDE to find I had no apps, including a terminal or a package manager.
Followed these instructions to create an ArchLinuxARM SD for my ODroid X2.  Got warnings every time I unzipped the archive, but I proceeded.  X2 still doesn’t boot.

Fedora is creating a single image for all ARM devices.

New devices
https://time4ee.com/news.php?readmore=252 Orange Pi with dual NICs
http://www.cnx-software.com/2017/08/16/pine64-sopine-cluster-board-takes-up-to-seven-sopine-a64-systems-on-module/ Pine64 Cluster board
http://www.cnx-software.com/2017/08/12/15-orange-pi-zero-plus-board-released-with-allwinner-h5-soc-gigabit-ethernet-wifi-and-spi-flash/ New Orange Pi Zero Plus

Netminer
ucare-core is system maintenance utility.

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FYI…You can go into your setting and set Mastadon to only show English language posts so your feed isn’t flooded by posts in other languages.
-charlesDelaware

Hey hey guys

I got a few quick things

In your attached show notes I see no contact links nor any community links, that makes feedback a touch more like work

Octoprint does have a baked in slicer but I know nobody that uses it, http://docs.octoprint.org/en/master/api/slicing.html I only have used Cura, it works fine in Linux, just a touch slow to load

Good work, good show, keep it up

-doortodoorgeek

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Linux desktops targeted by CIA https://betanews.com/2017/07/28/wikileaks-cia-imperial-project-mac-linux/
Older Echoes can be hacked into eavesdropping devices https://www.wired.com/story/amazon-echo-wiretap-hack/
Rumor false:  Facebook did not shut down an AI it thought was getting too smart https://gizmodo.com/no-facebook-did-not-panic-and-shut-down-an-ai-program-1797414922
A pocket sized RPi based laptop you can print yourself http://www.techrepublic.com/article/this-raspberry-pi-powered-laptop-is-tiny-enough-to-fit-in-your-pocket/
Projector that sits on top of Beagle Bone Black http://www.cnx-software.com/2017/08/03/dlp-lightcrafter-display-2000-evm-adds-a-pico-projector-to-beaglebone-black-for-99/
Google updates for older Chromebooks sunset https://support.google.com/chrome/a/answer/6220366?hl=en
Microsoft will stop Windows 10 updates (except security) on “older” hardware before Win 10 EOF, Atom no longer supported http://bgr.com/2017/07/20/windows-10-creators-update-issues/
One of my users got there Yahoo mail hijacked
Chrome extensions hacked https://thehackernews.com/2017/08/chrome-extension-for-web-developers.html

Fweeb
Nightscout (http://www.nightscout.info/)

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Kevin Wisher posted on G+
https://plus.google.com/u/0/108678193487792265491/posts/C2qwZm6e9JH

https://plus.google.com/u/0/108678193487792265491/posts/FQJFCXH3n99

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Pinebook update: Got Ubuntu Mate flashed to the emmc from a script in /usr/local/sbin on the Ubuntu Mate SD imagesudo ./pine64_install_to_emmc.sh xenial-mate”  {Verified, omit the image selection (i.e. “xenial-mate” in the example above) and you will get a list to choose from. Other choices are xenial-minimal, xenial-i3, Androids 7.0 and 7.1}.  Thanks again to Door for the hint.  There is also a tool for making installation SDs here https://github.com/pine64dev/PINE64-Installer/blob/master/README.md     I put Android on an SD card, so I can dual boot of a sort.  Glued micro to full size SD adapter to bottom of Pinebook as convenient storage for Android SD.

New SBCs on Market:
Pi Zero sized SBCs with quad core power
Banana PI BPI-M2 Zero http://forum.banana-pi.org/t/banana-pi-bpi-m2-zero-quad-core-singel-board-computer-with-allwinner-h2-chip-design/3532
Rock64 https://www.pine64.org/?page_id=7147
“Full sized” SBC
Le Potato (clocked faster than RPi 3, $25)
http://www.techrepublic.com/article/25-raspberry-pi-challenger-is-faster-runs-android-nougat-and-ubuntu-supports-4k-video/
GIGABYTE GA-SBCAP3350 SBC looks like an Up Board killer http://www.cnx-software.com/2017/07/21/gigabyte-ga-sbcap3350-celeron-n3350-single-computer-computer-offers-upgradeable-memory-and-storage/
Android set top box in a cable https://liliputing.com/2017/06/inncable-is-an-android-pc-in-an-ethernethdmi-cable.html
Current Meter for RPi https://www.elektormagazine.com/news/review-smartpi-smart-meter-extension-for-raspberry-pi

News:
Microsoft commits to bringing broadband to rural areas http://mashable.com/2017/07/11/microsoft-airband-initiative-rural-internet/#FH7DSKEtamqG
People agree to clean toilets for free WiFi https://gizmodo.com/22-000-people-agree-to-clean-toilets-for-wifi-because-t-1796959482

HonkeyMagoo

Blackarch linux
A arch based pentesting os
https://blackarch.org

Installing blackarch linux
https://blackarch.org/blackarch-install.html

Using wpa_supplicant to connect to wifi
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/WPA_supplicant

Make a file called /etc/wpa_supplicant/example.conf

ctrl_interface=/run/wpa_supplicant
update_config=1

Then what I had to do was

Wpa_supplicant -B -i <wlan0> -D wext -c /etc/wpa_supplicant/example.conf

I had to add the “-D wext” because I was using older hardware

Then just type

Wpa_cli
>add_network 0
>set_network 0 ssid “myssid”
>set_network 0 psk “passphrase”
>enable_network 0
>save_config

———–note————————
To update Blackarch linux you need to type as root (or with root permission)

Pacman -Syyu –needed –force blackarch

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Next recording date: Aug. 4, 2017