Re: [PLUG] Closing sockets using atexit C code.

2017-11-14 Thread michael
Thank you. Another question, how can I tell if the program opening sockets is crashing enough times to cause problems for other processes? My hypothesis is that this program opens 3 sockets and crashes, sockets linger for a while. Do this n times, the Pi starts to have problems. If the Pi is

[PLUG] Message Passing C.

2017-11-27 Thread michael
I have two C programs. Program A tries to lock a PNG file and then writes it out. Program B, if it starts before A, will lock the not ready PNG file blocking A and will seg fault on trying to read it. Both programs are serially executed C programs. I figure a better approach is message

[PLUG] Message Passing C.

2017-11-28 Thread michael
Do I code using the DBus library directly or should I use gnome's glib? All I'm after is getting C program A to communicate with C program B about a PNG file program A is responsible for. There are warnings about DBus googling for it that it is painful to program directly in DBus in C.

Re: [PLUG] Opps...

2017-11-26 Thread michael
On 2017-11-26 14:01, Chuck Hast wrote: Looks like I did an update on one of my systems, I noticed it was acting strange this morning, I did a reboot after checking everything, as I found nothing (that I thought) out of order. On reboot it would not longer load the system it gave a kernel

[PLUG] MPI for C.

2017-11-24 Thread michael
http://condor.cc.ku.edu/~grobe/docs/intro-MPI-C.shtml I want to use message passing interface in C programs running on Raspberry Pi 3's running Raspbian Stretch, but I don't know which package to install via apt for mpi.h. There is the question of whether or not I can catch on to how mpi

[PLUG] DBUS and Raspberry Pi 3 woes...

2017-11-29 Thread michael
http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/7744?page=0,0 The code in the above article doesn't compile on Raspbian Stretch, and dbus-glib is apparently not supposed to be used. An updated article or a better article to look at would be appreciated ;-) I need to do messaging between two

[PLUG] Close TCP sockets C program.

2017-12-01 Thread michael
If kill is used to stop a C program running on Linux that has open sockets, the sockets get orphaned. How can I in the event of a ctrl-c close all sockets owned by the program immediately? Waiting 3-10 seconds for Linux to close the orphaned sockets is too long.

[PLUG] Mount cifs share from fstab.

2017-12-04 Thread michael
I have it working. I don't want the password for the owner of the share in plain text in a file though. Creating /home/pi/.smbpasswd with the contents: username=Test password=password domain=somedomain and chmod 600 isn't good enough. The password should be salted in this file even if it is

Re: [PLUG] Mount cifs share from fstab.

2017-12-04 Thread michael
On 2017-12-04 17:00, David wrote: On 12/04/2017 02:33 PM, michael wrote: I have it working.  I don't want the password for the owner of the share in plain text in a file though.  Creating /home/pi/.smbpasswd with the contents: username=Test password=password domain=somedomain and chmod 600

Re: [PLUG] Need an OLD style BASIC

2017-12-17 Thread Michael
es lay out a compelling argument for BASIC and against the favored language du jour. -- Michael Rasmussen, Portland Oregon Be Appropriate && Follow Your Curiosity ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/ma

[PLUG] Need to use DBus...

2017-12-01 Thread michael
Hello pluggers, I need to use DBus on a Raspberry Pi 3 running Raspbian Stretch to synchronize the reading and writing of a PNG file. One program writes the graphics file, the other program needs to read it. File locking is cumbersome, how do you make sure that the the writer gets a lock

Re: [PLUG] count files owned by each uid

2017-12-15 Thread Michael
2017-12-15 11:55, Galen Seitz wrote: Hi, Can anyone suggest a quick way to get a count of the number files owned by each uid, or alternatively, print each unique uid that exists in the filesystem? Bonus points for doing the same thing for gid's in the same pass. thanks, galen --

[PLUG] SQLITE 3 C...

2017-12-19 Thread michael
I have no understanding of what the callback function is for. I have converted a text file to a sqlite3 file successfully in C. Problem is, I had to do all the sqlite3 stuff in main. I want to create the database and write out the file in a separate function. Further, I want to read the

[PLUG] CEC and Viewsonic PJD7828HDL.

2017-11-13 Thread michael
The zoom needs to be set to 1.1. I'm on a Raspberry Pi 3 as the source. Yes you can use the remote, but that gets annoying. Is there a CEC command that will upload the correct settings to the projector or trigger the zoom? Surely Viewsonic supports more than on/off where the manual section

[PLUG] Closing sockets using atexit C code.

2017-11-14 Thread michael
In C there is an atexit function that takes no arguments. Because of this, you can't pass in the file descriptors for your sockets. Uge! Short of making these integers global, how can I close these sockets on premature program termination? int client=0,server=0; void exiting() {

[PLUG] Raspbian stretch default window manager.

2017-11-13 Thread michael
First off, what is Raspbian Stretch's default window manager? Second question, does this window manager take an inch off of all sides of the screen by default? The Viewsonic projector before I connect via the hdmi projects a wider and taller picture, the classic Viewsonic parrots. The image

[PLUG] No Need. Re: CEC and Viewsonic PJD7828HDL.

2017-11-13 Thread michael
On 2017-11-13 13:38, michael wrote: The zoom needs to be set to 1.1. I'm on a Raspberry Pi 3 as the source. Yes you can use the remote, but that gets annoying. Is there a CEC command that will upload the correct settings to the projector or trigger the zoom? Surely Viewsonic supports more

[PLUG] NFS 3 server going down.

2017-11-13 Thread michael
I have an NFS 3 server on a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B. That server for whatever reason seems to be going down, frequently. The clients, how do I trigger recovery when the server comes back up? Of course, I need to figure out why the server is going down. Recovery usually involves an umount

[PLUG] SOLVED Re: Raspbian stretch default window manager.

2017-11-13 Thread michael
On 2017-11-13 14:55, michael wrote: First off, what is Raspbian Stretch's default window manager? Second question, does this window manager take an inch off of all sides of the screen by default? The Viewsonic projector before I connect via the hdmi projects a wider and taller picture

Re: [PLUG] Sockets and premature exit C.

2017-12-05 Thread michael
I"m trying to find out how to close sockets with a signal handler function in C without having the socket numbers. ... #include void sighandler(int); void socket_closer(void); void sighandler(int signum) { socket_closer(); // Close any open sockets... } int main(int argc,char * argv) {

Re: [PLUG] Sockets and premature exit C.

2017-12-05 Thread michael
... void sighandler(int signum) { fprintf(stderr,"Caught signal %d\n",signum); socket_closer(); exit(0); } ... void socket_closer() { pid_t process_id = getpid(); struct dirent * pDirent; DIR * pDir; char command_string[255]; char

[PLUG] PHP include problem

2017-12-11 Thread michael
root@raspberrypi:/var/www# cat test.php root@raspberrypi:/var/www# root@raspberrypi:/var/www# cat variables.php $localIP = '127.0.0.1'; $settings_config=realpath('/opt/apex/etc/settings.config'); $prog_tcp_client=realpath('/opt/bin/tcp_client'); $prog_udp_client

[PLUG] Sockets and premature exit C.

2017-12-05 Thread michael
The scenario is you have a standard C program that opens sockets. The sockets are used in an infinite loop that never exits. How do you close these sockets immediately on premature exit? There is C atexit(), but the problem is that no arguments can be passed to that. I don't have the

[PLUG] winscp

2017-12-05 Thread michael
I'm thinking about how to address security concerns with mount.cifs from a Pi 3 running Raspbian Stretch. An option is to have the customer run winscp server on their Windows server and give me a login/password to a limited account that can see the relevant shared files on the windows

[PLUG] Call php from javascript.

2018-01-09 Thread michael
I want $_FILES to be defined by a PHP script with the proper content where a Javascript function calls that PHP script. Alternatively, I do action="" in the HTML5 file upload form. Javascript can easily cause $_POST to be defined properly, but $_FILES may be a different story. Maybe I can't

[PLUG] Apache calling proprietary software...

2018-01-10 Thread michael
I am on a Raspberry PI 3 model B that is running Apache and I have some questions. I am trying to implement a proper LAMP stack. I think that LAMP means Linux, Apache, M usually means mysql which is an SQL database, and P in my case means PHP. In my case, I am going to use SQLITE3

[PLUG] Outside the document root problem.

2018-02-07 Thread michael
I have proprietary programs under /opt/apex/bin, configuration files under /opt/apex/etc. I have a web server running under /var/www. The web server runs php scripts that need to read the config files under /opt/apex/etc and the php scripts need to exec some of the binaries in /opt/apex/bin.

[PLUG] CIFS and Apache...

2018-01-02 Thread michael
I have an Apache web server on a Raspberry Pi 3 and a CIFS mount on the Pi 3 which is Raspbian Stretch Linux based. The windows client has the same CIFS mount. I want an Apache hosted web site from the Pi to launch windows explorer on the Windows client machine so that the client can add a

[PLUG] Mail loops back to myself postfix...

2017-12-22 Thread michael
Any thoughts on how to stop postfix from appending @localhost? ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug

[PLUG] Mail loops back to myself postfix...

2017-12-22 Thread michael
I've added localhost.$mydomain and mail.$mydomain to mydestination. Why does this error pop up and what is the best way to address this? ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug

[PLUG] Which groups should have pi as supplementary???

2017-12-22 Thread michael
pi@raspberrypi:/opt/apex/etc $ cat /etc/group|grep pi adm:x:4:pi dialout:x:20:pi cdrom:x:24:pi sudo:x:27:pi audio:x:29:pi www-data:x:33:pi video:x:44:pi plugdev:x:46:pi games:x:60:pi users:x:100:pi input:x:101:pi netdev:x:108:pi pi:x:1000: spi:x:999:pi i2c:x:998:pi gpio:x:997:pi

[PLUG] File on CIFS and Apache.

2018-01-02 Thread michael
. Any help is very much appreciated. Linux/Windows integration is icky, but I have no choice concerning what is used client side. Bonus points for solutions that are Linux/Mac OSX/etcetera friendly. Michael Robinson ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG

Re: [PLUG] Latest openproject not working...

2018-03-15 Thread michael
On 2018-03-15 08:30, michael wrote: Your query is erroneous and could not be processed. An internal error has occured. Google isn't helping me figure this out. [michael@www ~]$ rpm -qi openproject Name: openproject Version : 7.4.2 Release : 1520616927.24991580.centos7

[PLUG] Latest openproject not working...

2018-03-15 Thread michael
Your query is erroneous and could not be processed. An internal error has occured. Google isn't helping me figure this out. [michael@www ~]$ rpm -qi openproject Name: openproject Version : 7.4.2 Release : 1520616927.24991580.centos7 Architecture: x86_64 Install Date: Thu 15 Mar

Re: [PLUG] Latest openproject not working...

2018-03-15 Thread michael
On 2018-03-15 08:50, bro...@netgate.net wrote: Can you query any package successfully? Thank you, No, I click on Work Packages and that's what I get. There are upwards of 52 issues and feature tasks as well that are now lost. On Thu, 15 Mar 2018, michael wrote: Your query is erroneous

Re: [PLUG] Latest openproject not working...

2018-03-15 Thread michael
On 2018-03-15 09:52, Rich Shepard wrote: On Thu, 15 Mar 2018, michael wrote: I'm not opposed to paying for support, but it's unfortunate that this is Europe centric and also I need help with the community edition which is probably just fine for the company I work for in Minnesota. Michael

Re: [PLUG] Name resolution.

2018-04-04 Thread michael
On 2018-04-04 15:20, michael wrote: I have a private RFC1918 network with a private DNS server on it on a CentOS 7 based server that can resolve Internet names as well. There are a bunch of Windows machines and the server hooked to a Netgear Nighthawk wireless router. It points at nameservers

[PLUG] gpicview and full screen

2018-04-06 Thread michael
I need to display a 1920x1080 checkerboard image as essentially the background on a Raspbian 8 system. I need to do this from an SSH session. X is running but there is no mouse and no keyboard do to the nocursor option... So I can't click a full screen button or any button for that matter.

[PLUG] MS-DFS a no go.

2018-04-09 Thread michael
Nobody at my company has MSDN access or MSCE training. I'm a Linux programmer, not a Windows programmer. My question is this, in an environment where you have MS-DFS shares and can't connect to them from Linux and there is probably Active Directory as well, can you instead provide a samba

[PLUG] Trouble upgrading...

2018-04-10 Thread michael
I tried to upgrade Raspbian Jessie to Raspbian Stretch in place and lost X Windows in the process. Not sure why. It worked on my controller Pi, but that's a different configuration than the projector Pi's. If I can do an in place upgrade to Stretch of the Jessie projectors at a customer,

[PLUG] Customize package selection Raspbian...

2018-04-05 Thread michael
Hello pluggers ;-) I am running Debian 9 Stretch on a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B. I would like to customize NOOBs so it installs less and add a proprietary package or two to the list. I also want to change the default from Great Britain to US. I need to make sure that no Internet connection is

Re: [PLUG] Having trouble with MS-DFS still...

2018-04-04 Thread michael
I have one instance of Windows Server 2012 R2 180 day trial running in Virtualbox on top of CentOS 7. Do I need two to three instances of Windows 2012 R2 to implement DFS properly? There are plenty of Windows 10 computers in the office, can the DFS server reference a single share across

Re: [PLUG] MS-DFS a no go.

2018-04-09 Thread michael
I found this: https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/124342/mount-error-13-permission-denied and it worked!!! Turns out, the upgrade to stretch updated cifs and the above linked to site gave me how to set the credentials up. ___ PLUG mailing list

[PLUG] Active DIrectory and Bind 9...

2018-04-05 Thread michael
Active Directory publishes information to the DNS server via dynamic dns updates, I have to configure Bind 9 differently on a linux based server to support that or I have to use Microsoft DNS. I apparently have to run a DHCP server either on a Linux server or a Windows server and push updates

[PLUG] Name resolution.

2018-04-04 Thread michael
I have a private RFC1918 network with a private DNS server on it on a CentOS 7 based server that can resolve Internet names as well. There are a bunch of Windows machines and the server hooked to a Netgear Nighthawk wireless router. It points at nameservers out on the Internet that don't have

[PLUG] auto login to X broken...

2018-03-27 Thread michael
I am on a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B running Stretch. Ansible was used to configure the Pi and change the default password. Auto login doesn't work anymore. Google has nothing on this, uge! ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org

Re: [PLUG] auto login to X broken...

2018-03-27 Thread michael
On 2018-03-27 17:53, michael wrote: I am on a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B running Stretch. Ansible was used to configure the Pi and change the default password. Auto login doesn't work anymore. Google has nothing on this, uge! ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG

Re: [PLUG] auto login to X broken...

2018-03-27 Thread michael
On 2018-03-27 18:13, michael wrote: On 2018-03-27 17:53, michael wrote: I am on a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B running Stretch. Ansible was used to configure the Pi and change the default password. Auto login doesn't work anymore. Google has nothing on this, uge

Re: [PLUG] auto login to X broken...

2018-03-27 Thread michael
** (lxpanel:1529): CRITICAL **: dhcpcd_open: Resource temporarily unavailable ... ** (lxpanel:1529): WARNING **: lxpanel : X error: BadWindow (invalid Window parameter) ... pcmanfm: Fatal IO error 11 (Resource temporarily unavailable) on X server :0. XIO: fatal IO error 11 (Resource

Re: [PLUG] auto login to X broken...

2018-03-27 Thread michael
On 2018-03-27 18:52, Carl Karsten wrote: also running Stretch https://github.com/CarlFK/video-stack-deploy/blob/master/roles/xorg/templates/autologin.conf.j2 but.. not sure Stretch on pi defines a windowing stuff, so this may not be it. That is the answer! /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf had

[PLUG] What is Microsoft DFS???

2018-04-01 Thread michael
Apparently, it has something to do with multiple Windows servers and Samba. My friend has not been able to connect to a DFS share from a Raspberry Pi running Debian 9. The hostname apparently resolves though. There is a Redhat note on DFS, but that doesn't seem to cover the problem. He

Re: [PLUG] What is Microsoft DFS???

2018-04-02 Thread michael
On 2018-04-01 12:51, Tyrell Jentink wrote: If your friend has been aggressively googling, they have probably already seen both the Wikipedia page and the Samba wiki page on the subject, but for anyone else stumbling on this in the future: Wikipedia says that in Samba contexts, the technology

[PLUG] Short throw projectors and opencv...

2018-04-02 Thread michael
I'm working on a computer vision problem. Do short throw projectors distort differently than long throw projectors? Is the correction formula different? The short throw is a BENQ TH671ST, the long throw is a Viewsonic PJD7828HDL. I need a conversion constant to go from camera pixels to

[PLUG] Rpi_Cam_Web_Interface

2018-04-02 Thread michael
It's a web interface to cameras on the Raspberry Pi. Problem I have with it is that closing the browser doesn't stop the camera from streaming. I want to stream to a web client and not save any images locally, at least for now. ___ PLUG mailing list

[PLUG] Having trouble with MS-DFS still...

2018-04-03 Thread michael
I tried googling for MS-DFS client and got a ton of information about setting up Samba as a DFS server, but nothing about being a client. ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug

[PLUG] Does NOOBS 2.4.4...

2018-04-03 Thread michael
Download Raspbian Stretch off the Internet? I'm talking about the full, not the lite version of NOOBs. It is critical that NOOBs NOT access the Internet, but the Raspberry Pi 3 has built in wifi that you can't disable during install. I thought to download anything that I'd have to click on

[PLUG] Create a Raspbian Stretch mirror on a CentOS 7 server...

2018-04-03 Thread michael
I've found instructions on how to do this on a Debian based server, but not a CentOS 7 based one. I know I will need ~70G. I will likely want to fetch updates in an automated way as well. I work for a small company where it is a terrible waste of bandwidth to install Stretch over the

Re: [PLUG] Create a Raspbian Stretch mirror on a CentOS 7 server...

2018-04-03 Thread michael
On 2018-04-03 14:52, michael wrote: I've found instructions on how to do this on a Debian based server, but not a CentOS 7 based one. I know I will need ~70G. I will likely want to fetch updates in an automated way as well. I work for a small company where it is a terrible waste of bandwidth

[PLUG] Mysterious Windows network...

2018-03-16 Thread michael
I have a shop to put an embedded system into that uses it's own RFC1918 private network called SteadyShot. All I know for sure is that there is another network, RFC1918, on the other side of SteadyShot's Netgear based wireless router. This other network is presumably Windows based and probably

[PLUG] Nonfree OpenCV Raspbian Stretch.

2018-03-20 Thread michael
What is a reasonable non source code way of getting opencv-2.4.13.3's nonfree.hpp in Raspbian Stretch? Has there been a significant interface change between opencv-2.4.9 and opencv-2.4.13.3? I think a change in what function you call is breaking some software I'm working on.

[PLUG] NOOBS won't boot...

2018-05-01 Thread michael
I'm stuck forever on Waiting for SD Card (Settings partition). I'm trying to resize the partitions, because the new SD card is 32 gb where the old was 16 gb. ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug

[PLUG] SOLVED Re: NOOBS won't boot...

2018-05-01 Thread michael
On 2018-05-01 10:15, michael wrote: I'm stuck forever on Waiting for SD Card (Settings partition). I'm trying to resize the partitions, because the new SD card is 32 gb where the old was 16 gb. ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http

[PLUG] sudo trouble...

2018-05-03 Thread michael
pi@controller:/etc/sudoers.d $ cat www-data-to-pi www-data ALL=(pi) NOPASSWD: /home/pi/startup.sh, /home/pi/kill.sh, \ /home/pi/tcp_client, /home/pi/udp_client pi@controller:/etc/sudoers.d $ I suspect that data files can't be parsed by Apache because it isn't firing

[PLUG] Raspicam narrow field of view...

2018-05-03 Thread michael
I have an 8.0 mp fixed focus camera on a Raspberry Pi 3 where raspistill is taking narrow pictures. I'm wondering if I can fan out more and how I would do that? Seems like the pictures are getting cut off on the sides, I think it has something to do with 4:3 verses 16:9.

[PLUG] RPiCamera

2018-05-03 Thread michael
Is there a text config file that can I can use ansible on so that the resolution is 2592x1944 and not lower? ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug

[PLUG] Mondo Archive failing on CentOS 7...

2018-05-08 Thread michael
Execution run ended; result=254 Type 'less /var/log/mondoarchive.log' to see the output log I'm having problems with UEFI not detecting. I think the filesystem is xfs. The operating system is CentOS 7. ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org

[PLUG] Mondo Rescue and CentOS 7...

2018-05-08 Thread michael
I need to use mondo archive with CentOS 7 and I'm trying to migrate to LVM. I tried without LVM to use mondo and it failed with cannot create root/boot disks. Mind you, I'm not trying to write images to DVD or CD but to an external hard disk. The external disk is formatted LVM2 with an

Re: [PLUG] Mondo Archive failing on CentOS 7...

2018-05-09 Thread michael
On 2018-05-08 18:22, michael wrote: Execution run ended; result=254 Type 'less /var/log/mondoarchive.log' to see the output log I'm having problems with UEFI not detecting. I think the filesystem is xfs. The operating system is CentOS 7. ___ PLUG

[PLUG] Mondorescue

2018-05-09 Thread michael
Does anyone here know how to convert to LVM from a mondorescue image of a NON LVM system? ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug

Re: [PLUG] Linux Journal magazine is no more

2017-12-01 Thread Michael Barnes
always thought LJ was a great resource. Michael On Fri, Dec 1, 2017 at 4:15 PM, Dick Steffens <d...@dicksteffens.com> wrote: > On 12/01/2017 03:01 PM, John Jason Jordan wrote: > >> On Fri, 1 Dec 2017 14:11:53 -0800 >> Tomas Kuchta <tomas.kuchta.li...@gmail.com> dijo

[PLUG] Pre-Announcement: THURSDAY PLUG: OAuth 2.0 Simplified

2017-12-04 Thread Michael Dexter
OAuth, data ownership, quantified self, and even explained why R is a vowel. You can find more about his work at aaronpk.com. Thank you Russell for the intro! The HAST speaker had an emergency and had to bail. These things happen. Michael Dexter PLUG Volunteer

Re: [PLUG] openDKIM not found with sent mail

2017-12-14 Thread Michael Rasmussen
And the postfix main.cf, does it include: smtpd_milters = inet:127.0.0.1:8891 non_smtpd_milters = $smtpd_milters milter_default_action = accept milter_protocol = 2 ?? On 2017-12-14 09:23, Rich Shepard wrote: On Thu, 14 Dec 2017, Michael Rasmussen wrote

Re: [PLUG] openDKIM not found with sent mail

2017-12-14 Thread Michael Rasmussen
the issue is somewhere in either /etc/opendkim.conf or the files in /etc/opendkim/. I would like help figuring out where it's not working. -- Michael Rasmussen, Portland Oregon Be Appropriate && Follow Your Curiosity ___ PLUG mailing l

Re: [PLUG] Fiber connectors?

2017-11-09 Thread Michael Dexter
On 11/9/17 3:02 PM, John Jason Jordan wrote: When the CenturyLink dude installed my... Related question: How many $*#@ times does it take asking to be removed from their mailing list? Thanks! Michael ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http

[PLUG] THURSDAY PLUG General Meeting: OAuth 2.0 Simplified

2017-12-05 Thread Michael Dexter
: http://pdxlinux.org/ Follow PLUG on Twitter: http://twitter.com/pdxlinux Michael Dexter PLUG Volunteer ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug

Re: [PLUG] Linux Journal magazine is no more

2017-12-02 Thread Michael Barnes
gmail.com> wrote: > > > On Fri, Dec 1, 2017 at 6:40 PM, Michael Barnes <barnmich...@gmail.com> > > wrote: > > > > > I loved Linux Journal and subscribed for many years. I let my > > subscription > > > go when they went digital as I did

[PLUG] Living without Google

2017-12-07 Thread Michael Rasmussen
DuckDuckGo has a page of recommendations for purging all of Google's services from your privacy concerned life. https://spreadprivacy.com/how-to-remove-google/ -- Michael Rasmussen, Portland Oregon Be Appropriate && Follow Your C

[PLUG] TONIGHT PLUG General Meeting: OAuth 2.0 Simplified

2017-12-07 Thread Michael Dexter
: http://pdxlinux.org/ Follow PLUG on Twitter: http://twitter.com/pdxlinux Michael Dexter PLUG Volunteer ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug

Re: [PLUG] Converting audio files

2017-12-03 Thread Michael Barnes
Don't know if it is relevant, and don't have time to look it up right now, but my feeble memory just recalled using mpeg321 or mpeg123 or something like that in processing mp3 files. Might help, might not. Just throwing it out. Michael On Dec 3, 2017 06:03, "Rich Shepard" <

Re: [PLUG] Can't log in to D-Link DIR-860L (with OpenWRT)

2017-12-09 Thread Michael Barnes
Every networked printer I have seen has a report function that will print out a configuration report showing what IP address it is using. Michael On Dec 9, 2017 13:33, "Mke C" <mconno...@gmail.com> wrote: > > On 12/09/2017 12:00 PM, plug-requ...@pdxlinux.org wrot

[PLUG] THUSDAY: PLUG General Meeting: Fedora Atomic Host: Your Next Linux

2017-12-31 Thread Michael Dexter
t tolerate abusive behavior on its mailing lists or at its meetings. PLUG Page with information about all PLUG events: http://pdxlinux.org/ Follow PLUG on Twitter: http://twitter.com/pdxlinux Michael Dexter PLUG Volunteer ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinu

[PLUG] TONIGHT: PLUG General Meeting: Fedora Atomic Host: Your Next Linux

2018-01-04 Thread Michael Dexter
t tolerate abusive behavior on its mailing lists or at its meetings. PLUG Page with information about all PLUG events: http://pdxlinux.org/ Follow PLUG on Twitter: http://twitter.com/pdxlinux Michael Dexter PLUG Volunteer ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinu

Re: [PLUG] Linux Journal magazine is no more

2018-01-04 Thread Michael Barnes
ne for 17+ years, then a digital one for the next 7+ Hope you find this good news as I have. Michael On Sat, Dec 2, 2017 at 4:19 PM, Tomas Kuchta <tomas.kuchta.li...@gmail.com> wrote: > As far as I can say, based on their announcement. T

[PLUG] January PLUG POLL: Y'all around?

2017-12-21 Thread Michael Dexter
Hello all, The illustrious Josh Berkus of RedHat and PostgreSQL fame is open to giving a talk on Atomic Host at the 1st Thursday PLUG meeting. Will YOU be around and and attending (weather pending, as always)? Else should I consider an UnPLUG or even cancel? Thanks! Michael Dexter PLUG

[PLUG] Do you want to build a snow... give a PLUG talk?

2018-01-25 Thread Michael Dexter
. SLIGHTLY maybe ZFS on Windows but I can't imagine anyone wanting to hear about that. Thanks! Michael Dexter PLUG Volunteer ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug

Re: [PLUG] HELP! PLUG needs more JOBS mailing list moderators

2018-01-30 Thread Michael Dexter
On 1/29/18 11:12 PM, wes wrote: I volunteer. Thank you! Michael ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug

[PLUG] THURSDAY PLUG Meeting: Municipal Broadband in Portland

2018-01-30 Thread Michael Dexter
PLUG on Twitter: http://twitter.com/pdxlinux Michael Dexter PLUG Volunteer ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug

Re: [PLUG] [OT?] Internet privacy? ?? ???

2018-02-02 Thread Michael Barnes
In short, there is no such thing as privacy on the internet, period. If he wants to look at anything anywhere on the internet, any information on his computer is subject to retrieval. I would suggest he acquire a separate computer (preferably running Linux) and put absolutely no user identifiable

Re: [PLUG] Domain dead; Mailman sends monthly reminders

2018-02-01 Thread Michael Rasmussen
would send a message to plug-requ...@pdxlinux.org with a subject of unsubscribe. The message headers of emails from the list "should" include this information. -- Michael Rasmussen, Portland Oregon Be Appropriate && Fol

[PLUG] TONIGHT PLUG Meeting: Municipal Broadband in Portland

2018-02-01 Thread Michael Dexter
PLUG on Twitter: http://twitter.com/pdxlinux Michael Dexter PLUG Volunteer ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug

[PLUG] TOMORROW PLUG Meeting: Municipal Broadband in Portland

2018-01-31 Thread Michael Dexter
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Re: [PLUG] CPU info needed

2018-02-01 Thread Michael Rasmussen
will outperform the highest cost CPU + Minimal RAM for most use cases. -- Michael Rasmussen, Portland Oregon Be Appropriate && Follow Your Curiosity ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug

[PLUG] Fwd: Ticket Received - Re: CPU info needed

2018-02-01 Thread Michael Rasmussen
DATE: 2018-02-01 19:53 FROM: "Web Africa" <supp...@webafrica.freshdesk.com> TO: mich...@michaelsnet.us This is an automated response confirming the receipt of your support ticket. Dear M

Re: [PLUG] SSD drives

2018-01-31 Thread Michael Rasmussen
ng method which does not require a trip to Wilsonville. 73 & best regards de K7AAY °|||° CN85oj ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug -- Michael Rasmussen, Portland Oregon Be Ap

Re: [PLUG] SSD drives (Was: Re: Another Seagate drive died)

2018-01-31 Thread Michael Dexter
on FreeNAS systems and you just need to budget for the failures. Fortunately, 2TB can become 5TB in that three years for the same money. Michael ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug

Re: [PLUG] Alea jacta est*

2018-02-07 Thread Michael Barnes
On Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 2:29 PM, John Jason Jordan wrote: > > *Latin, commonly translated as 'the die is cast.' In fact, the English > expression refers to 'alea' as 'die' (one of a pair of dice), but the > Romans had no dice; the alea was a game piece that was thrown during >

Re: [PLUG] Postfix autoresponder experiences?

2018-02-14 Thread Michael Barnes
. Michael On Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at 5:56 PM, Rich Shepard <rshep...@appl-ecosys.com> wrote: > There seem to be a few out-of-office autoresponders for postfix, > including > vacation (a perl script) and a java application 'autoresponse'. Has anyone > here used any autoresponder? If

[PLUG] Open Source Architect CAD

2018-02-21 Thread Michael Barnes
. I've got to show construction details, stud and rafter spacing, floor and roof details, etc. Thanks, Michael ___ PLUG mailing list PLUG@pdxlinux.org http://lists.pdxlinux.org/mailman/listinfo/plug

Re: [PLUG] Open Source Architect CAD

2018-02-21 Thread Michael Barnes
On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 6:22 PM, Keith Lofstrom <kei...@kl-ic.com> wrote: > On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 04:37:19PM -0800, Michael Barnes wrote: > > Looking for an Open Source CAD program to create construction plans. I > > don't need anything complicated, but would like some

Re: [PLUG] New computer

2018-02-19 Thread Michael Rasmussen
oom. I was not the one who connected it, so I don't know what kind of cable/connector was used. but it did work, so at least I know that the video output from the motherboard is functional. It has two connectors - HDMI and DisplayPort. Do you have a TV with HDMI input? -- Michael Ras

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