10 Jahre Wireless-Forum.ch

Vor zehn Jahren, am 12.04.2003, ging wireless-forum.ch in Betrieb. Herzlichen Dank an alle Benutzer für die Treue und ihren Einsatz bei der Hilfe zur Lösung von Wireless-Problemen....

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Alpine Linux community at Google

The Alpine Linux community has now a home as Google+ page. Instead of spamming the whole world with details about Alpine Linux only the Google+ members get the new. Join us!...

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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-544cbea7042af979727546/] 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-544cbea705027048802416/]...

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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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dnt ViewScan

Dieses Ding sieht aus wie eine Schreibtischlampe. Es ist aber ein Objektscanner. Anders gesagt, es ist eine USB-Webcam, welche in eine Tragstruktur eingebaut ist. Dies sagt auf jeden Fall dmesg: [crayon-544cbea705263765666498/] Funktioniert im ersten...

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First

First in 3D and color. Printed at CLT 2013. Thanks Miro....

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Chemnitzer Linux Tage 2013

Es gibt ja sicher schon ein paar Berichte über die Chemnitzer Linux Tage 2013, aus Tradition will ich es aber nicht unterlassen meine eigenen Eindrücke über die Ausgabe 2013 wiederzugeben. Unser erster Sammelpunkt ist immer in der Nähe von Stuttg...

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Bcfg2 1.3.0 released

Bcfg2 1.3.0 is released. Please check the announcement for details. Documentation: http://docs.bcfg2.org/ Download : http://trac.mcs.anl.gov/projects/bcfg2/wiki/Download Mailing list : https://lists.mcs.anl.gov/mailman/listinfo/bcfg-dev IRC : #bcfg2 ...

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The lineinfile module of Ansible

While working with Ansible and files, like configuration files or default files for services, often it’s useful to just change one line than copy a template file. The lineinfile module provides functionality like sed. Usually I did like the exa...

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Ansible variables

This afternoon I was looking for an Ansible variable but I was not able to remember the correct name. The ‘setup‘ module helped me. This module prints all available Ansible variables of a particular system. [crayon-544cbea705894643191108/...

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