Today I learned about this very handy GNU Bash feature:
cat < /dev/tcp/127.0.0.1/22
How do you check if a remote port is reachable when you do not have any of nc, telnet, wget, curl, and the such? This is how you do it!
This humble bundle python book bundle is amazing. Shut up and take my money! https://www.humblebundle.com/books/python-packt-2019-books
Debian Package of the Day #59 is bastet, an ncurses-based tetris clone that tries its best to give you the worst possible blocks. https://highvoltage.tv/media/debian-package-of-the-day-s04e07-59-bastet
Debian Package of the Day, Top 10 of 2018: https://highvoltage.tv/media/debian-package-of-the-day-top-10-for-2018
Debian Package of the Day #58 is iperf, a tool that tests the transfer speeds between a server and a client. https://highvoltage.tv/media/debian-package-of-the-day-s04e06-58-iperf
Debian Package of the Day #57 is virt-what, a tool that can detect whether it's running under a virtual instance, and what type of virtual instance. https://highvoltage.tv/media/debian-package-of-the-day-s04e05-57-virt-what
Debian Package of the Day #56 is steghide, a tool that can embed hidden data into another file. https://highvoltage.tv/media/debian-package-of-the-day-s04e04-56-steghide
Debian Package of the Day #55 is peek, a tool that creates animated screenshots. https://highvoltage.tv/media/debian-package-of-the-day-s04e03-55-peek
Debian Package of the Day #54 is automysqlbackup, a package that sets up cron jobs for automated mysql dumps. https://highvoltage.tv/media/debian-package-of-the-day-s04e02-54-automysqlbacku
Debian Package of the Day #53 is s-tui/stress, nifty tools to stress-test your hardware. https://highvoltage.tv/media/debian-package-of-the-day-s04e01-53-s-tui-stress
My goal for is to establish a non-profit org that I can transfer the assets/code/instances to.
A proper governance model could take over responsibility for maintaining the project while allowing me to focus on coding.
Happy Birthday, Debian. 🎂 🎉 🎈
25 years old.
Ian Murdock announced #Debian on August 16th 1993. The first release, 0.01, was made the next month, on September 15th.
Congratulations & thanks to the Debian volunteers, past and present, for making it such a fantastic distro. Here's to the next 25 years.
Soundcloud -> @funkwhale
MeetUp -> @GetTogetherComm
LinkedIn -> @cloutstream
Google Calendar -> @calendar_social
Anything missing from the list? What else is needed?