Freemor's TWTXT Timeline

* mdom (13 hours ago) [tls]
Don't expect too much, it's rather basic, but already enough to read at least non technical books.

* mdom (13 hours ago) [tls]
If anybody want to take a look on my new project: https://github.com/mdom/termpub - A epub reader for the terminal

* kas (19 hours ago) [tls]
DNS Compliance Testing ⌘
https://gitlab.isc.org/isc-projects/DNS-Compliance-Testing (CLI tool)

* kas (19 hours ago) [tls]
EDNS Compliance Tester ⌘ https://ednscomp.isc.org/ednscomp/

* kas (19 hours ago) [tls]
DNS Flag Day 2019-02-01 ⌘ https://www.isc.org/blogs/dns-flag-day/

* kas (19 hours ago) [tls]
DNS Flag Day 2019-02-01 ⌘ https://dnsflagday.net/

* von (20 hours ago) [tls]
Wééé ! Je viens d'uploader les 3 premières saison du Donjon de Naheulbeuk sur une instance funkwhale \o/

* von (1 days ago) [tls]
@tx Test succeeded

* tx (1 days ago) [tls]
test, will this be overwritten?

* metamurks (1 days ago) [tls]
Fingerd and talkd are a thing in the #pubnixverse.

* metamurks (1 days ago) [tls]
"A gpg-enabled mailing list manager with remailing-capabilities": https://schleuder.org/

* metamurks (1 days ago) [tls]
"Biking is about efficiency":
http://maddox.xmission.com/c.cgi?u=bike_haters

* metamurks (2 days ago) [tls]
"Analog and Digital TV (DVB-T) Signal Generation": https://bellard.org/dvbt/

* von (2 days ago) [tls]
@metamurks Maybe I'll end up following your path at some point :P

* freemor (2 days ago) [tls]
@von RE: crawl SS. Keep at it. It is a challenging but rather rewarding game.

* metamurks (2 days ago) [tls]
It seems that I have to use tvservice. CEC isn't supported on the TV.

* metamurks (2 days ago) [tls]
@von RE: i3: I gave up on tiling window managers and switched back to #Xfce: I'm comfortable with it.

* metamurks (2 days ago) [tls]
"Daala is a video coding format [...] free of any royalties and open-source software": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daala

* metamurks (2 days ago) [tls]
"Spectrograms in comparison":
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Opus_(audio_codec)#Spectrograms_in_comparison

* von (2 days ago) [tls]
So I'm using i3 again after giving up on it for a while. And yeah it's pretty usable after all, even without that much configuration

* freemor (3 days ago) [tls]
@metamurks Thanks for mentioning #Gnubee hadn't heard of them before.

* metamurks (4 days ago) [tls]
*BSD + 4x2TB + RAID 5 = 6TB @ 18W: cheaper than a #GnuBee.

* metamurks (4 days ago) [tls]
Coreboot supports ASrock E350M1. Don't know what for (#FreeBSD?), but thinking about buying it, used condition ("https://www.coreboot.org/Board:asrock/e350m1").

* von (5 days ago) [tls]
@metamurks Bandcamp is the best

* metamurks (5 days ago) [tls]
What a mess: music collection. Finally sorted out, thanks to #beets. Will resort to #Bandcamp in the future (to avoid the mess of badly tagged files).

* von (5 days ago) [tls]
So I died in the 'Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup' tutorial :/

* kasdk (5 days ago) [tls]
Uge 3 begynder #DK

* kas (5 days ago) [tls]
Train travel information UK, Europe, Worldwide… ⌘ https://www.seat61.com/

* freemor (6 days ago) [tls]
Hmmm... looking at my logs it looks like the current spam storm is designed to bypass standard greylisting techniques. Luckily I don't use those. But stll, It's gonna be no fun for those that are.

* twet (6 days ago) [tls]
65f9eca Use go mod / Daniel Lublin

* metamurks (7 days ago) [tls]
@sdk: RE: CEC: Was suprised to see, that it's possible to control displays. Seems there is no alternative, despite being too complex?

* kas (8 days ago) [tls]
CDW3D (CDs for the Third World) 2012 ⌘ https://archive.org/details/2012_cdw3d_dvd_set

* metamurks (8 days ago) [tls]
"[CEC] is a feature of HDMI [...] to allow users to command and control devices" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Consumer_Electronics_Control

* metamurks (9 days ago) [tls]
"Create an audio test CD of sine waves from 1 to 99 Hz": https://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/view/4079/create-an-audio-test-cd-of-sine-waves-from-1-to-99-hz

* metamurks (9 days ago) [tls]
Free music: Dramacore Netlabel: https://dramacore.com

* von (9 days ago) [tls]
@freemor Got it, thanks for the infos :)

* freemor (9 days ago) [tls]
@von My point was more that if they were to freak out about sniffing the they are doing their OpSec wrong. Sniffing is trivial (very low bar). Passive sniffing is invisible (no way to detect). A networks sensitive data MUST be secure in the face of sniffing.

* von (9 days ago) [tls]
@freemor Oh okay ^^ I don't know much about packet sniffing actually, but they are smart enough to understand that it's just a simple piratebox :P

* metamurks (9 days ago) [tls]
Curious if #FreeBSD will work with the em28xx and webcamd. Linux recognizes the stick as "2040:8268".

* freemor (9 days ago) [tls]
@von 'Not connected to anything' is one of the sweetest ways to packet sniff. At least if you have a proper WiFi chipset that still supports monitor mode.

* metamurks (9 days ago) [tls]
"FreeBSD/arm/Raspberry Pi":
https://wiki.freebsd.org/FreeBSD/arm/Raspberry%20Pi

* von (10 days ago) [tls]
@freemor It should be ok, it's not connected to anything so it won't be a problem. Also thanks for the SSID name :P Awesome strat

* freemor (10 days ago) [tls]
@von Just edit the UI and SSID to 'Kitten Box'. No-one ever worries about a kitten box.

* freemor (10 days ago) [tls]
Even active packet sniffing (ARP poisoning/etc) is pretty dead easy too. But that SHOULD light the machine doing it up like a christmas tree down in the IT department.

* freemor (10 days ago) [tls]
@von I hope it doesn't cause you any grief. Because, seriously, any Linux maching running tcpdump is a packet sniffer. Passive packet sniffing is really trivial.

* von (11 days ago) [tls]
Somebody noticed my piratebox at work. I said it's a packet sniffer instead. I hope he understood it was a joke :/

* von (11 days ago) [tls]
Currently trying 2 screens and a laptop at work. I think it might suit me

* kasdk (12 days ago) [tls]
Uge 2 begynder #DK

* metamurks (13 days ago) [tls]
"Writing udev rules": http://reactivated.net/writing_udev_rules.html

* metamurks (13 days ago) [tls]
Raspbian Stretch, Kodi 17.6 and VDR 2.2.0 working. Enjoying #OpenBSD.

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