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An open show powered by community LINUX Unplugged takes the best attributes of open collaboration and turns it into a weekly show about Linux.

    572: Data Security Only a Maniac Could Love

    572: Data Security Only a Maniac Could Love

    Wes' self-decrypting bcachefs disk and a GrapheneOS twist that'll make you ditch your iPhone.
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    Core Contributor Membership: Take $1 a month of your membership for a lifetime!Tailscale: Tailscale is a programmable networking software that is private and secure by default - get it free on up to 100 devices!
    1Password Extended Access Management: 1Password Extended Access Management is a device trust solution for companies with Okta, and they ensure that if a device isn't trusted and secure, it can't log into your cloud apps.
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    💥 Gets Sats Quick and Easy with Strike📻 LINUX Unplugged on Fountain.FMclevis — Clevis is a pluggable framework for automated decryption. It can be used to provide automated decryption of data or even automated unlocking of LUKS volumes.bcachefs EncryptionWhat measured boot and trusted boot means for LinuxAutomatically decrypt your disk using TPM2 — Entering the passphrase to decrypt the disk at boot can become quite tedious. On modern systems a secure hardware chip called “TPM” (Trusted Platform Module) can store a secret and automatically decrypt your disk. This is an alternative factor, not a second factor. Keep that in mind.Use systemd-cryptenroll with FIDO U2F or TPM2 to decrypt your diskAutomatic LUKS 2 disk decryption with TPM 2 on FedoraSafe automatic decryption of LUKS partition using TPM2 | 221bFOSDEM 2024: Clevis/Tang - unattended boot of an encrypted NixOS systemClevis & Tang on NixOS SlidesDecrypt LUKS volumes with a TPM on Fedora LinuxSelf-Hosted 127: Can't Fix What You Don't TrackGarmin Forerunner 265 — Forerunner 265 is a running smartwatch with a touchscreen AMOLED display, training metrics, phone-free music, & up to 13 days of battery life in smartwatchHRV StatusGarmin Sleep TrackingNap DetectionGarmin PayTribit Stormbox Micro 2 Wireless Portable Speaker: 10WUSB-C Charging Converter for Garmin Watch Without Charger CableObtainium — Obtainium allows you to install and update apps directly from their releases pages, and receive notifications when new releases are made available.Managing your personal access tokensMembership Summer Discount — Take $1 a month of your membership for a lifetime!Iotas — Iotas aims to provide distraction-free note taking with optional speedy sync with Nextcloud Notes.LINUX Unplugged 567: So Long sudoCeleste — GUI file synchronization client that can sync with any cloud providervt52's Blog: Migrating from NixOS channels to FlakesFUTO KeyboardautosshLINUX Unplugged 570: RegreSSHion StrikesAeon — The Linux Desktop for people who want to "get stuff done"Aeon: openSUSE for lazy developersGrayjay — Follow Creators Not PlatformsGrayjay on GitLabCrowdSecBustle — Bustle draws sequence diagrams of D-Bus activity. It shows signal emissions, method calls and their corresponding returns, with time stamps for each individual event and the duration of each method call. This can help you check for unwanted D-Bus traffic, and pinpoint why your D-Bus-based application is not performing as well as you like. It also provides statistics like signal frequencies and average method call times.open-and-shut — Type in Morse code by repeatedly slamming your laptop shut

    • 1 hr 31 min
    571: Multi-Machine Lifestyle

    571: Multi-Machine Lifestyle

    Wes reports from the Skunkworks lab, and Brent tells us about his new computing lifestyle.
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    Core Contributor Membership: Take $1 a month of your membership for a lifetime!Tailscale: Tailscale is a programmable networking software that is private and secure by default - get it free on up to 100 devices!
    1Password Extended Access Management: 1Password Extended Access Management is a device trust solution for companies with Okta, and they ensure that if a device isn't trusted and secure, it can't log into your cloud apps.
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    💥 Gets Sats Quick and Easy with Strike📻 LINUX Unplugged on Fountain.FMNix Nerds Matrix RoomBeelink SER5 Mini PCMinisforum UM690 Propyenv-flake: experimental nix flake that can build pyenv pythonsdotenvx-flake: A nix flake for dotenvxauto-patchelf.sh - NixOS/nixpkgsPackaging/Binaries - NixOS WikiMembership Summer Discount — Take $1 a month of your membership for a lifetime!Try the JB Test Gathio Instance hosted by HybridSarcasmBerlin with Brent: September Meetup at Nextcloud Conference · JB EventsFix Kate sudo saves - use Plasma 6 version of Kate by MarkSort · Pull Request #3 · ChrisLAS/nixRunning OpenBSD 7.5 on your laptop is really hard (not) — I couldn't use OpenBSD exclusively; there's software that I need/want which isn't available. But I do appreciate certain of OpenBSD's qualities: it's a simple, ultra-lightweight, traditional UNIX. I have an ancient ThinkPad running OpenBSD configured as a minimalist desktop: it's nice for focused work. Sure, it can't run Steam or play Netflix, but sometimes that's a plus...@fabean's NixOS configsIBM Classroom LAN Administration System V 1.30 User Guide0xchat: Secure chat built on NostrGet NIP-05 verifiedPick: termscp — 🖥 A feature rich terminal UI file transfer and explorer with support for SCP/SFTP/FTP/S3/SMBLearn Nix The Fun Way — Sure, it’s sort of portable, if you tell the person running it to have curl and jq. What if you relied on a specific version of either though? Nix guarantees portability.

    • 1 hr 19 min
    570: RegreSSHion Strikes

    570: RegreSSHion Strikes

    We dig into the RegreSSHion bug, debate it's real threat and explore clever tools to build a tasty fried onion around your system.
    Sponsored By:
    Core Contributor Membership: Take $1 a month of your membership for a lifetime!Tailscale: Tailscale is a programmable networking software that is private and secure by default - get it free on up to 100 devices!
    1Password Extended Access Management: 1Password Extended Access Management is a device trust solution for companies with Okta, and they ensure that if a device isn't trusted and secure, it can't log into your cloud apps.
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    💥 Gets Sats Quick and Easy with Strike📻 LINUX Unplugged on Fountain.FMSpokane Meetup - No-Li Brewhouse · JB Events on GathioPlasma/Krunner Docs — Brent's tip: 'https://search.nixos.org/options?query=\{@}' (the '\{@}' is the magic sauce)autossh — Automatically restart SSH sessions and tunnelsautossh on GitHubSpokane Meetup — No-Li Brewhouse, Sat, Jul 13, 2024, 4:00 PMRegreSSHion — Remote Code Execution Vulnerability In OpenSSH ServerregreSSHion — Remote Unauthenticated Code Execution Vulnerability in OpenSSH server.NixOS Security advisory: OpenSSH CVE-2024-6387 “regreSSHion” – update your servers ASAPNasty regreSSHion bug affects around 700K Linux systemsQualys CVE-2024-6387 Write-upLetmein: Authenticating port knocker - Written in Rust — Letmein is a simple port knocker with a simple and secure authentication mechanism. It can be used to harden against pre-authentication attacks on services like SSH, VPN, IMAP and many more.fwknop: Single Packet Authorization > Port Knocking — fwknop stands for the "FireWall KNock OPerator", and implements an authorization scheme called Single Packet Authorization (SPA). This method of authorization is based around a default-drop packet filterMembership Summer Discount — Take $1 a month of your membership for a lifetime!Jeff links: How to run non-nix executables?pick: stu — TUI (Terminal/Text UI) application for AWS S3

    • 47 min
    569: Our Plasma Panacea

    569: Our Plasma Panacea

    Why we think Plasma 6.1 is the desktop for people who like to mess with computers.
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    Core Contributor Membership: Take $1 a month of your membership for a lifetime!Tailscale: Tailscale is a programmable networking software that is private and secure by default - get it free on up to 100 devices!1Password Extended Access Management: 1Password Extended Access Management is a device trust solution for companies with Okta, and they ensure that if a device isn't trusted and secure, it can't log into your cloud apps.Support LINUX Unplugged
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    💥 Gets Sats Quick and Easy with Strike📻 LINUX Unplugged on Fountain.FMMarknote - KDE ApplicationsMarknote 1.3 - KDE Blogs — Marknote lets you create rich text notes and easily organise them into notebooks. You can personalise your notebooks by choosing an icon and accent color for each one, making it easy to distinguish between them and keep your notes at your fingertips. Your notes are saved as Markdown files in your Documents folder, making it easy to use your notes outside of Marknote as well as inside the app.Spokane Meetup - No-Li Brewhouse, Sat, Jul 13, 2024, 4:00 PMNo-Li Brewhouse Menu10 best beer gardens in the US where you can quench your thirstKDE Plasma 6.1 Desktop Environment Officially Released, Here's What's NewPlasma 6.1 - KDE Community — This release introduces explicit GPU synchronization support for NVIDIA users and triple buffering support on Wayland for smoother animations.KDE Plasma 6.1.1 Desktop Environment Released with Various Bug FixesLUP 552 — Plasma 6 is out, and we've been giving it a go. What's new, our thoughts, and the lessons other desktops should learn.KDE Plasma 6.1 Performing Much Better On Older Intel Integrated GraphicsFixing KWin's performance on old hardwareplasma6-desktop package versionsplasma-desktop package versionsKRdp on GitLab — Currently, the main client that has been used for testing and is confirmed to work is the FreeRDP client.Open KRdp Bugsappiumtests: test adaptive panel opacity (!2324) · Merge requests · Plasma / Plasma Desktop · GitLabWhy the next GNOME Release will be one of the Best EverMembership Summer Discount — Take $1 a month of your membership for a lifetime!GathioJB Events Gathio hosted by HybridSarcasmGitHub Issue: Can't create events — An unexpected error has occurred. Please try again later.Crossover: Run Microsoft Windows software on Mac and Linux | CodeWeaversFUTO Keyboard — Your keyboard shouldn't connect to the internet.FUTO Keyboard · Wiki

    • 1 hr 6 min
    568: All Your Silos are Broken

    568: All Your Silos are Broken

    Online identity is a ticking time bomb. Are trustworthy, open-source solutions ready to disarm it? Or will we be stuck with lackluster, proprietary systems?
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    Core Contributor Membership: Take $1 a month of your membership for a lifetime!Tailscale: Tailscale is a programmable networking software that is private and secure by default - get it free on up to 100 devices!1Password Extended Access Management: 1Password Extended Access Management is a device trust solution for companies with Okta, and they ensure that if a device isn't trusted and secure, it can't log into your cloud apps.Support LINUX Unplugged
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    💥 Gets Sats Quick and Easy with Strike📻 LINUX Unplugged on Fountain.FMJupiter Broadcasting MeetupsXZ Utils Backdoor Vulnerability (CVE-2024-3094): Comprehensive GuideThe Mystery of ‘Jia Tan,’ the XZ Backdoor MastermindWho is ‘Jia Tan,’ the coder behind the XZ Utils Linux backdoor?Reflections on Distrusting xzThe Linux kernel does not accept anonymous contributions due to legal reasons. — The Linux kernel does not accept anonymous contributions due to legal reasons.Kernel.org Docs on contributions — It is imperative that all code contributed to the kernel be legitimately free software.Elon Musk wants to ‘authenticate all real humans’ on Twitter.Elon Musk claims alien identity, links human brain function to AI purposeElon Musk Finally Realizes That Verification Requires More Than A Credit Card, Planning To Make Users Upload Gov’t IDElon Musk can show the world how to really do IDWorld IDNostr: All Your Silos Are BrokenNostr Iceberg MemeNIP-01Mapping Nostr keys to DNS-based internet identifiersNavigating the social graph — In this paper, you will find a definition of the social graph, principles for thinking about it, and practical ideas for using it for DoS prevention, social discovery, anti-impersonation, accurate ratings, and more.Highlighter — Highlighter is like Substack & Patreon but on Nostr.Satlantis — Satlantis is like Trip Advisor, meets Instagram and Google Places.HiveTalk — Free Video Calls, Messaging and Screen Sharingzap.stream — Twitch alt powered by value for value and NostrostrGit — A truly censorship-resistant alternative to GitHub that has a chance of working.Blogstack — Write decentralized blogs over relay using nostr w/ ⚡ lightning tips.Ditto — Ditto is a Nostr community server. It has a built-in Nostr relay, a web UI, and it implements Mastodon's REST API.UseNostrawesome-nostrDecentralized publishing for the webNostr AppsNosta — New to Nostr? You're in the right place. Here you can easily set up your profile, discover apps, and browse other profiles.Amethystamethyst: Nostr client for AndroidyanaPrimal AppDan's Nostr RelayMembership Summer Discount — Take $1 a month of your membership for a lifetime!SpeechNote — Speech Note let you take, read and translate notes in multiple languages. It uses Speech to Text, Text to Speech and Machine Translation to do so.rhasspy/piper: — A fast, local neural text to speech system.Starship — The minimal, blazing-fast, and infinitely customizable prompt for any shell!starship on GitHubZSH Docs: ZDOTDIRdistrobox-assemble — distrobox-assemble takes care of creating or destroying containers in batches, based on a manifest file.Pick: Gathio — Gathio is a simple, federated, privacy-first event hosting platform.

    • 1 hr 21 min
    567: So Long sudo

    567: So Long sudo

    Your Linux box is a-changin'. systemd has a huge new release; we'll get into the most impressive features, including the new sudo replacement. Plus, our thoughts on the new Linux Arm laptops that are just around the corner.
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    Core Contributor Membership: Take $1 a month of your membership for a lifetime!Tailscale: Tailscale is a programmable networking software that is private and secure by default - get it free on up to 100 devices!1Password Extended Access Management: 1Password Extended Access Management is a device trust solution for companies with Okta, and they ensure that if a device isn't trusted and secure, it can't log into your cloud apps.Support LINUX Unplugged
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    💥 Gets Sats Quick and Easy with Strike📻 LINUX Unplugged on Fountain.FMAnnouncing systemd v256 — In the weeks leading up to this release I have posted a series of serieses of posts to Mastodon about key new features in this release.systemd changes with v2⁸:systemd 256 Released With run0, systemd-vpick, importctl & Other New FeaturesLennart on systemd-vpick — Basically, you can now place multiple versions of the same resource in some dir of your choice, suffix that dir's name with .v/ and the you get some basic version management in place: delete or add new versions by just removing/adding new files, and the tools will find the newest item dropped in automatically.Introduction to Portable Services — “Portable services” do not provide a fully isolated environment to the payload, like containers mostly intend to. Instead, they are more like regular system services, can be controlled with the same tools, are exposed the same way in all infrastructure, and so on. The main difference is that they use a different root directory than the rest of the system.Trying out systemd's Portable Services — All in all, the core pieces are already in place for a very promising new technology that should make it easier for 3rd parties to provide Linux system-level software in a safe and convenient way, well done to the systemd team for a well executed concept. All it lacks is some polish around the tooling and integration.systemd sleep — Putting a PC to sleep is complicated business and there are different mechanisms available to achieve this on Linux. Lennart on SSH and AF_VSOCK — This automatic ssh-via-AF_VSOCK logic is particularly useful DDIs and systemd-nspawn — Or in other words: there's now unprivileged systemd-npsawn containers. Yay!Lennart on systemd-vmspawnLennart on sd_notifyLennart on dlopenLennart on run0 — There's a new tool in systemd, called run0. Or actually, it's not a new tool, it's actually the long existing tool systemd-run, but when invoked under the run0 name (via a symlink) it behaves a lot like a sudo clone. But with one key difference: it's not in fact SUID.doas - dedicated openbsd application subexecutorDoas - NixOS WikiDoas on WikipediaThe Tragedy of systemd — Join me on a journey through the bootstrap process, the history of init, the reasons why change can be scary, and the discovery of a part of your OS you may not even know existed.The Two Year Journey Funded By Arm/Qualcomm For Improving ARM Linux Laptop Support — ARM Kernel developers spent the last two years working on improving ARM Linux laptop support with a focus on the Lenovo ThinkPad X13s powered by a Qualcomm SoC.Ubuntu 24.04 LTS support to the Lenovo ThinkPad x13sSnapdragon 8cxUbuntu Asahi projectTUXEDO Working on Snapdragon X Elite Linux LaptopMembership Summer Discount — Take $1 a month of your membership for a lifetime!Spokane Meetup, Sat, Jul 13, 2024, 4:00 PMBerlin with Brent: September Meetup @ Nextcloud Conference, Fri, Sep 13, 2024 | MeetupA Nix Flake for Bitfocus CompanionChrisLAS' Beelink NixOS ConfigBluetooth - NixOS Wikinix-direnvxscreensaver on AndroidRainier cherry - WikipediaPick: Iotas — Markdown notes that syncs with NextCloud Notes.

    • 1 hr 31 min

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