Monthly Archives: November 2012

LinuxDay 2012 Dornbirn

Once again the Fedora Project was present at the LinuxDay at Dornbirn (a small linux event near the German, Swiss, and Austrian border beside the Lake Constance). Timea and I arrived some minutes after 09.00 with the swag package. As … Continu...

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Thunderbird-Platzbedarf

Irgendwie hatte ich das Gefühl, dass meine Platte kaum voll sein dürfte…es waren aber nur noch 1.2 GB frei unter /home. Da stimmt irgendetwas nicht. Genau, die Quota des Mail-Servers lag bei 3 GB und Thunderbird machte sich auf 36 … Co...

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Swissjabber hat Geburtstag

Am 25.11.2002 war der Startschuss von Swissjabber. Heute ist Swissjabber nun zehn (10) Jahre in Betrieb. Herzlichen Dank an alle treuen Mitglieder. Merci, dass Ihr uns unterstützt und den Dienst benutzt....

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Haiku R1/Alpha 4.1 released

Haiku R1 Alpha 4.1 was release on November 14th, 2012. it’s critical bugfix update for the fourth official release. Release notes: https://www.haiku-os.org/get-haiku/release-notes Download: https://www.haiku-os.org/get-haiku...

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Alpine Linux 2.5.0 released

The Alpine Linux team is proud to announce the immediate availability of Alpine Linux 2.5.0. Since v2.4, among the various bugfixes, several packages have been upgraded: – Kernel upgraded to 3.6.6 with grsecurity patch – Asterisk v.11.0.1...

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Fedora Security Lab Lightning talk

At the end of November there will be the LinuxDay 2012 at Dornbirn, Austria. I missed the deadline for a talk but I will try to grab a slot for a Fedora Security Lab Lightning talk. As far as I … Continue reading →...

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Swag for LinuxDay 2012

Thanks to the FUDCon Swag market/exchange the package with the swag for LinuxDay 2012 is ready. There are some pins, some stickers, some media, and some lanyards. Just enough for this event. LinuxDay will be held at Dornbirn, Austria, near … C...

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Happy Birthday Fedora Security Lab

Three years ago a bunch of guys started the Fedora Security Lab which was named Security Spin back then. Adam Miller initiated everything with the first commit. [crayon-59eba11673eaf242936765/] With Fedora 13 the Security Spin aka Security Lab became...

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Alpine Linux 2.5.0 RC1

For Alpine Linux v2.5.0 is now the first release candidate available. Download: http://dl-3.alpinelinux.org/alpine/v2.5/releases/x86_64/ Wiki: http://wiki.alpinelinux.org/ Bug tracker: http://bugs.alpinelinux.org/...

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horst

horst is a small and lightweight wireless LAN analyzer. This tool is able shows different, aggregated information which is not easily available from other tools like kismet or wireshark. [crayon-59eba11674a80072457200/] or if you can wait [crayon-59e...

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Bcfg2 1.3.0pre2

Bcfg2 1.3.0pre2 is a prerelease, and contains many new features, including some that are backwards-incompatible with Bcfg2 1.2.x and earlier. The code is fairly stable, but this is a prerelease and as such is not likely suitable for general productio...

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hddtemp

Most harddisk have built-in sensors for a various values. An important value is the temperature. To see how hot the disks are, use hddtemp. [crayon-59eba11674cf1072292216/] The firewall needs to adjusted [crayon-59eba11674cf6594237153/] Now start the...

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