Episode 138

Welcome to Episode 138 of the LinuxLUGcast

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Honkeymagoo: Pi-Hole on a raspberry pi
dietpi https://dietpi.com/
Easy list https://easylist.to/
From the pi-hole forums. To add EasyList to Pi-Hole just add https://v.firebog.net/hosts/Easylist.txt to your block list.

Honkeymagoo: Tried out Rockstor. A Centos based NAS distro.
Rockstor http://rockstor.com/

Joe: Raid Shadow legends on android https://plarium.com/en/mobile-games/raid-shadow-legends/

Honkeymagoo: You can now use Pacman on Deb based distro

Thomas Richardson: Bitchute channel dedicated to Opensource projects!

Danny Meeks: Proteus Device is a secure, Linux-based handheld (not a smartphone)

Danny Meeks: Russian police raid NGINX Moscow office

Danny Meeks: 8 of the worst open source innovations of the decade

Danny Meeks: Russia’s Rambler drops effort for criminal case against Nginx web server

Creine Mathews: If you remember GNOME 2 fondly, the Mate Linux desktop will fulfill your need for nostalgia.

K Wisher: Searching for HandBrake scripts to batch transcode some video files I came across this GUI app. I have not tried it myself so YMMV.

Danny Meeks: My Business Card Runs Linux

Ed: Linux Academy Cloud Guru

minnix: entware packages for use with ASUS Merlin firmware

minnix: my ShinobiCCTV setup consists of an older AMD64 PC hardwired to my router with an SSD and Ubuntu 18.04 installed. Cameras are Wyze 2.0 security cameras with the RTSP firmware installed.
RTSP firmware: https://support.wyzecam.com/hc/en-us/articles/360026245231
Install instructions I followed: https://shinobi.video/docs/start#content-ubuntu–the-easier-way It basically pulls down the git repo and
you run the installer and that’s it. Test your RTSP stream with VLC, if it can play in there it should be good for Shinobi. Also for the cameras they have to have internet access for the initial setup but after setup you can blacklist them in your router to prevent them from being accessed out of your network.
I have Shinobi setup to email me motion detection pics and a short vid. If I want to view a live stream or full recordings I access my network via VPN. Any questions, Shinobi has a discord and the developer is pretty responsive. https://discord.gg/7nmsAD

next recording date will be Jan 3 , 2020
Our music is “Downright” provided by Klaatu and Broam
We would like to thank Delwin for the use of his mumble server.
Finally we would like to give a special thanks to Faherfinch, Fweeb, Dave Morris and Tony Beemus for all their help and support over the years.