Monthly Archives: April 2013

Fedora Security Lab at Google+

For a long time there was a Google+ page for the Fedora Security Lab. Now there is a FSL community in addition. Join us!...

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BeGeistert 027

BeGeistert is the traditional meeting point for the international Haiku user and developer community. The week after the BeGeistert weekend, a coding sprint will be held. Date: 2013-09-13 – 2013-09-19 Location: Düsseldorf, Germany Details: htt...

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MouseTravel

MouseTravel is a nice little extension for Gnome Shell which displays the distance traveled by the mouse pointer. Useful? Not really, but cool....

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Fedora Security Lab packages

You have a default Fedora installation and want all Fedora Security Lab packages installed, you can use the groupinstall feature of yum. [crayon-5e2c4d8a826a3803290981/] Or use the Fedora Security Lab Ansible playbook....

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LXC without virt-manager

The previous blog post was about LXC and virt-manager. Of course can do achieve the same without virt-manager. [crayon-5e2c4d8a83331311801425/]...

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LXC with virt-manager

Getting started with LXC is very easy…there is virt-manager which is a fine assistant in that matter. Start virt-manager. Perhaps you can see a connection to QEMU like I do. The first step is to add a new connection. Click … Continue rea...

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IP-Adresse

Ich denke auch, dass öffentliche IP-Adresse auf Screenshots unkenntlich gemacht werden sollten. Man weiss ja nie, wer alles mitliest. Ob es bei einem privaten Netzwerk und einem Live-System sinnvoll ist, sei dahingestellt…...

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