So many options, so little time. Many years ago I handled all my network connections via /etc/network/interfaces.
For the last few years I have been periodically testing out apertium and today I did again and was pleasantly surprised with the quality of the english-spanish and spanish-english translations (and also their nifty web site translator).
I don’t quite remember when I read John Goerzen’s post about teaching a 4 year old to use the linux command line with audio on planet Debian.
May First/People Link has several members that are targets of politically motivated denial of service attacks (mostly groups that support reproductive justice for women and palestinian rights).
First, many thanks to Planet Debian readers for your thoughtful and constructive feedback to my Signal and Mobile Instant Messaging blogs.
Now that I’ve gone down the signal road, when can I get off of it?
I just installed Signal on my Android phone. It wasn’t an easy decision.
There are plenty of criticisms of docker, the system for building a container-based virtual machine running just a single application.
I recently decided I wanted to adjust how long my gpg password cache lasts and realized I had no idea how either my ssh-agent or gpg-agent was being launched or even which programs were being used as the agent for which protocol.
Am I missing something? I installed docker and noticed that it created a virtual interface named docker0 with the IP address 172.