Free Software Photo Galleries

From: "Robert A. Kelly III" 
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I wondered if anyone is familiar with a free software photo gallery
that offers facial recognition and tagging similar to most online
services (either natively or via a plugin)? To be clear, I'm talking
about server software to make a photo gallery available over the web.

I'm also curious if you know of any good photo galleries that offer
the option of storing your photos as files on the file system, instead
of in a database.
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Chugalug Digest, Vol 31, Issue 81

From: "Kite, Mike" 
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Thanks Lynn and Meuon.

Putting a pipe between domain and user bears the same bitter fruit :(

It's an OEL6 server, which I think, is pretty close, in this case, to RHEL6.

It does indeed have the return code -6 in /var/log/messages when trying to CIFS mount it.
And I may as well just keep trying smbmount rather than smbget, simply because I'll need to put files there as well as get them.

I'm trying to find the Red Hat article you mention, though this machine does not have a  /etc/request-key.d/ folder.  I do have a Red Hat portal account, I'm trying to recover my pwd to that now.

Thanks
mkite


Chugalug Digest, Vol 31, Issue 67

From: Andrew Armstrong 
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On 2/19/15 7:00 AM, chugalug-request@chugalug.org wrote:
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 2
> Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2015 15:12:03 -0500
> From: Donald Humphreys 
> To: Chattanooga Unix Gnu Android Linux Users Group
> 	
> Subject: Re: [Chugalug] cleaning house before a move
> Message-ID:
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>
> I'm interested in the PDU (not a UPS by the model number?) and MAYBE that
> 4600. What is that, 6U? Can you provide some more specs?
>
> On Wed, Feb 18, 2015 at 2:13 PM, Stephen Kraus 
> wrote:
>
>
You are correct it is a PDU and not a UPS. Thanks for pointing that out. 
I had a 1U UPS that looked exactly like this and mixed up the 2 in my 
head. I actually am going to keep the PDU as I have a use for that. 
Sorry for the misleading information guys.

Donald, RE: the 4600 - I sent you a direct email about it.

-- drewcifer

Chugalug Digest, Vol 31, Issue 6

From: Justin McAteer 
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Was this drive in a laptop or desktop? Does it make any kind of noise? Can =
you hear it spinning after it 'disappears'?
 There are a couple of items that you could try to repair the drive includi=
ng cleaning and reflowing or potentially replacing the controller board wit=
h one from a matching model.
Thanks=2C=0A=

Justin McAteer




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Raspberry Pi 2 - Now with Windows 10!

From: Phil Sieg 
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WOOOO HOOOOO!!!

I think it is a win!

Just wish there was a 2GB and 4GB ram version=E2=80=A6

Phil Sieg
President
SeniorTech LLC / snapf=C5=8Dn=C2=AE
www.snapfon.com
phil.sieg@seniortechllc.com

Phone: 423.535.9968
Fax: 423.265.9820
Mobile: 423.331.0725

"The computer is the most remarkable tool that we've ever come up with. =
It's the equivalent of a bicycle for our minds."

Steve Jobs, 1955-2011




> On Feb 2, 2015, at 11:59 AM, Chad Smith  wrote:
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> http://www.raspberrypi.org/raspberry-pi-2-on-sale/ =

>=20
> =46rom the announcement:
>=20
> Let's get the good stuff out of the way above the fold. Raspberry Pi 2 =
is now on sale for $35 (the same price as the existing Model B+), =
featuring:
>=20
> A 900MHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 CPU (~6x performance)
> 1GB LPDDR2 SDRAM (2x memory)
> Complete compatibility with Raspberry Pi 1
>=20
> Because it has an ARMv7 processor, it can run the full range of ARM =
GNU/Linux distributions, including Snappy Ubuntu Core, as well as =
Microsoft Windows 10.
>=20
> Microsoft has said that in the next few months, they are going to =
introduce a *Free* version of Windows 10 designed to work on the =
Raspberry Pi 2.
>=20
> http://www.theverge.com/2015/2/2/7962179/raspberry-pi-windows-10 =

>=20
> What do you guys think?
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> - Chad W. Smith
> 

Corei5 laptop for $209 -- mmm, mmm, Linux

From: Phil Shapiro 
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I forgot to mention that shipping is free on that laptop. 


----- Original Message -----

From: "Phil Shapiro"  
To: "Chattanooga Unix Gnu Android Linux Users Group"  
Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2015 6:51:23 AM 
Subject: [Chugalug] Corei5 laptop for $209 -- mmm, mmm, Linux 



This laptop would be lovely to install Linux on -- 


http://tinyurl.com/nmma9dj 


Note -- the sale is just for today, Jan 31, 2015. 


A detailed 2011 review of this laptop appears at 
http://tinyurl.com/9lhfj44 


I haven't bought from this company before -- just wanted to alert 
Chugalug members to a nice fast laptop at a very reasonable price. 


When you throw Linux on here, this laptop would feel almost 
as fast as a Corei7, imho. 


phil 
-- 

-- 
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http://www.his.com/pshapiro/briefbio.html 
http://www.twitter.com/philshapiro 
http://www.his.com/pshapiro/stories.menu.html 

"Wisdom begins with wonder." - Socrates 
"Learning happens thru gentleness." 



GLIBC Vuln GHOST Vulnerability # CVE-2015-0235

From: Mike Harrison 
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http://www.openwall.com/lists/oss-security/2015/01/27/9

http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/cve-2015-0235-patch-ghost-on-debian-ubuntu-fedora-centos-rhel-linux/

Another fun one. Hits a lot of systems and affects multiple programs. 

"During a code audit performed internally at Qualys, we discovered a
buffer overflow in the 

keybase... useful?

From: Ed King 
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so I finally got a keybase invite...    but other than the coolness factor of being an alpha tester, is this system actually useful?    lets hear from the folks who have used it 

--------------------------------------------
On Sat, 6/21/14, Mike Harrison  wrote:

 Subject: [Chugalug] Keybase Invites
 To: "Chattanooga Unix Gnu Android Linux Users Group" 
 Date: Saturday, June 21, 2014, 6:15 AM
 
 
 I just got three Keybase.io invites.. 
 
 Disclaimer: 
 
 Initial application requires you to install Node.js locally,
 you should already have GPG.
 
 I haven’t had much use for it yet.. Hopefully that will
 change. 
 
 https://keybase.io/geeklabs
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Linux @ 23 of 85 top Disruptive Ideas since 1929

From: Dave Brockman 
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On 12/4/2014 8:28 PM, Wil Wade wrote:
> "The 85 Most Disruptive Ideas in Our History" [Our being Business Week's
> 85 year history]
>
> Open Source/Linux (not GNU :( ) came in at 23.
>
> Interesting that Apple was at 10 and Microsoft was no where to be seen
> except that they bought a small company named Forethought at 53.
>
> http://www.businessweek.com/features/85ideas/

And Apple gets credit for the "smartphone" in 2007. Guess they only 
bothered to define a smartphone as an iphone, I know there were 
PDA+phone devices in the late/mid 90s, and I could browse on non-apple 
products waaaay before 2007. I guess Novell and MS actually replacing 
mainframes in the first place doesn't deserve a spot here, but < 15% 
desktop market share, < 1% server market share, and < 15% global mobile 
market share earns you lots of places in this silly list.  Writer/Editor 
is a FanBoi?

And it calls Linux an Operating System, so GNU is silently and 
implicitly included in that statement, because we all know that Linux is 
just a kernel, and without GNU, well, then you boot the Linux kernel and 
run BSD or Solaris or some other weird shit that just makes you feel 
unnatural...

Regards,

dtb


Linux @ 23 of 85 top Disruptive Ideas since 1929

From: Wil Wade 
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"The 85 Most Disruptive Ideas in Our History" [Our being Business Week's 85
year history]

Open Source/Linux (not GNU :( ) came in at 23.

Interesting that Apple was at 10 and Microsoft was no where to be seen
except that they bought a small company named Forethought at 53.

http://www.businessweek.com/features/85ideas/

GNU Parallel (New favorite GNU tool)

From: Chris Keathley 
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Don=E2=80=99t forget the best part of xargs: The `-P` flag


Chris Keathley

On Mon, Oct 27, 2014 at 2:58 PM, Wil Wade  wrote:

> So lots of you likely already know about and use GNU's parallel every day=
,
> but I just stumbled across it.
> Simple usage to run a command over each of the txt files in the current
> directory, but in parallel, one process for each cpu.
> $ parallel command ::: *.txt
> http://www.gnu.org/software/parallel/man.html

GNU Parallel (New favorite GNU tool)

From: Wil Wade 
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So lots of you likely already know about and use GNU's parallel every day,
but I just stumbled across it.

Simple usage to run a command over each of the txt files in the current
directory, but in parallel, one process for each cpu.

$ parallel command ::: *.txt

http://www.gnu.org/software/parallel/man.html

Should we fork Debian over systemd?

From: Rod-Lists 
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"Who are you?!

We are Veteran Unix Admins and we are concerned about what is happening to Debian GNU/Linux to the point of considering a fork of the project.

And why would you do that?

Some of us are upstream developers, some professional sysadmins: we are all concerned peers interacting with Debian and derivatives on a daily basis.
We don't want to be forced to use systemd in substitution to the traditional UNIX sysvinit init, because systemd betrays the UNIX philosophy.
We contemplate adopting more recent alternatives to sysvinit, but not those undermining the basic design principles of "do one thing and do it well" with a complex collection of dozens of tightly coupled binaries and opaque logs.

Are there better solutions than forking?

Yes: vote Ian Jackson's proposal to preserve freedom of choice of init systems.
Then make sure sysvinit stays the default for now, systemd can be optional.
Debian leaders can go on evaluating more init systems, just not impose one that ignores the needs of most of its users."

read more at
http://debianfork.org/

Android Video Chat

From: "Robert A. Kelly III" 
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What apps do you use/recommend for video chat on Android? Obviously, I
prefer free software and open standards. I'm trying Linphone and it
looks good, but wanted to see what other people thought.
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Scripting Android (CyanogenMod)

From: "Robert A. Kelly III" 
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Does anyone know a way to automatically run a command or script when
Android (specifically CyanogenMod) establishes an internet connection?
For that matter, can you get it to automatically connect to any
available open wifi network?
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Android command-line

From: "Robert A. Kelly III" 
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I recently got a new smart phone running CyanogenMod 11 with the
F-Droid repository that I have been playing with. I wonder if anybody
here has played much with doing things from the command line under
Android. Does anyone have suggestions for things like taking pictures
from the camera or getting GPS coordinates from the command line? Has
anyone tried installing a Linux distro like Debian in a chroot on
their Android device? Also, has anyone played with Firefox OS or
Ubuntu Touch, or have any idea how they compare from a hackability
perspective?
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Ubiquity EdgeMax (ASG)

From: Mark Quering 
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Hey all


I recently sold one of these units to a customer basically to give it a
try. Needless to say at the $100 price point I was pretty happy with the
device.

The unit has a pretty solid build quality. The web management interface is
a little rough out of the box. A firmware update helped quite a bit. I
haven't played in the CLI yet but I hear that EdgeOS is a fork of Vayatta.

The web interface worked well for a basic SOHO NAT setup with a few inbound
firewall rules. Been very stable for the two months it's been in a
production environment. I also did not get to fully test LAN to WAN
throughput of their network processor due to time constraints.

The only odd thing I noticed with the unit I deployed was that it generated
a fair bit of heat. More than I would expect. I also did not need to
contact support so I cannot speak to that aspect of the product. I would
say for the price it's definitely worth purchasing to play with.

Due to my experience with this product and good things I've heard here and
on other forums, I am seriously considering also offering their managed PoE
switches and AP's to my SMB offerings.


Best
Mark

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> For $100 it?s worth a shot. What I would really love to find is something
> of the same size and price point that could run pfSense or m0n0wall. Anyone
> know of anything?
>
> Thanks,
>
>
> On Oct 15, 2014, at 4:21 PM, Dan Lyke  wrote:
>
> > On Wed, Oct 15, 2014 at 1:13 PM, ASG 
> wrote:
> >> Any of you folks have experience with these
> >> http://www.ubnt.com/edgemax/edgerouter-lite/. Looking at
> >> one for my home office/lab network.
> >
> > Guy a few cube openings down from me whose job involves setting up
> > router-ish stuff at our fiber deployments says great things about 'em.
> >
> > I've been super impressed with my UniFi APs.
> >
> > Dan
> > 

Tor non-exit nodes being blocked?

From: "Robert A. Kelly III" 
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Can anyone who is running a non-exit Tor node confirm whether they are
able to access these domains:
www.directv.com
www.brownells.com
www.autozone.com
www.verybestbaking.com
www.meals.com
www.justanswer.com

I had previously found all of these domains to be blocking non-exit
Tor nodes, but I seem to have recently been unblocked, so I wanted to
determine whether they have really unblocked non-exit Tor nodes, or if
they just happened to update the block list during a brief period when
my node was down. I am fairly certain they are all using the same
block list. They are all using Akamai's CDN and I had contacted Akamai
to see if they were actually supplying the blocklist, but I never got
a definitive answer, so I was a bit surprised to find that I have
apparently been unblocked. So, if anyone else is running a non-exit
Tor node, I would be interested to hear if you can access these sites.
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Running apps and heart rate monitors for Android

From: "Robert A. Kelly III" 
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I'm planning to get a new Android phone and would like to get a heart
rate monitor to use with it. Does anyone have recommendations on heart
rate monitors, device compatibility, or running/fitness apps
(preferably free as in freedom)?
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Protecting password files

From: Dave Brockman 
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On 9/3/2014 11:34 AM, Dan Lyke wrote:
> So: What's the right way to put a passphrase on that passwords.txt 
> that'll go into a git repo? Something so that I can update it from 
> multiple places, diffs and merges are all handled reasonably, it's 
> backed up in multiple places, but I'm not exposing my on-line life
> on exposed hosts?

I use a keepass database synced to my owncloud instance.  I used to
store that on a truecrypt volume, but for varying reasons (before it
was EOL) I took that part out of the mix.

Regards,

dtb

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