as with today the total bandwidth of my tor nodes have reached more than 72 MiB/s which roughly 600 Mbit/s. The e* are exits, the r* relays.
There are many remote control solutions out there but none was open source. Now with remotely you have the choice.
Being a follower of the Open Source Business Alliance I am receiving their newsletter. The latest news about the OSBE conference in late 2020 caught my attention as the interview with Raphael Laguna de la Vera is absolutely eyeopening / mindblowing. It explains how we europeans can set standards for data protection and use it […]
In order to monitor your babies (or whatever you wish) and there is some old hardware available you can easily build your own CRYPTO DIY FLOSS babycam. All you need is: a raspberry pi (3b in my case) and corresponding gear (sd-card, powersupply) the raspbian operating system (with LXDE, not the lite version) a usb […]
“Duf” this is a nice looking alternative to df on your linux-shell. It is written in go and available on for many different distributions. Check it out on: https://github.com/muesli/duf/releases
As a supporter of the local Critical Mass Movement I wanted to entertain my fellow cyclists with some music. In order to get some good volume and to support my DIY interest i build my own portable boom box: It takes: car battery car amplifier with cinch input and stereo cable output 2 bookshelf speakers […]
The Turris Omnia Router runs OpenWRT so there are Zabbix Packages available to monitor it. Simply type following command in the turris shell: and edit your config file /etc/zabbix_agentd.conf save, and restart with
In order to access full resolution inside your VM and to access USB Devices with full USB3 Speed you need to install Virtual Box Extensions: Go to https://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox and select the appropriate version. Then download the extension pack, e.g. Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack-6.1.12.vbox-extpack Then open VirtualBox >> Preference >> Extensions >> browse for extension pack by clicking on […]
Fedy lets you install multimedia codecs and additional software that Fedora doesn’t want to ship, like H264 support, Adobe Flash, Oracle Java etc., and much more with just a few clicks. Installation Installation instructions can be found on https://github.com/rpmfusion-infra/fedy.
In case your connection manager doesn’t let you manage all settings (e.g. delete mobile connections you can use the Gnome network manager. Start it by typing: