Debian : Getting Started – 3

  Further to my previous post on getting started with Debian.  Once you are up and running and want to help with development there seems to be a multitude of options in terms of programming languages. In terms of Kernel development and CLI tool development then C seems is the primary option, you should therefore.  …

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Debian Promotion 2

  My project to create a presentation for Debian seems to be going really well.  While I am  using Overleaf for this, I can compile from the command line in the usual way as well as using TeXStudio to create a pdf.  Shows the power and flexibility of LaTeX for publishing. I have received lots…

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ToriOS Testing 1.5 Released

  March 2019.  ToriOS 1.5 has been released. ToriOS 1.5 is based on Debian 8 – Jessie.  Can be downloaded from here.   I have updated the manual to include fresh instructions for how to get the new version. We could really do with more documentation for related software, for example virt-manager (Virtual machine Manager) as…

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OggCamp 2018

  OGG CAMP 2018 I am re-posting this to my blog, having found it on Google+ .  This means it will get re-posted to G+ and also posted to my JoinDiaspora account. Do you OggCamp? If so, you might be interested…. OggCamp, the premier unconference celebrating Free Culture, Free and Open Source Software, hardware hacking,…

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Experimenting with irc bots

  The November issue of Linux voice (soon to be integrated with Linux Magazine) had a tutorial on creating a simple IRC bot.  (ircbot1.py) I have been experimenting with this and have put the code on github various irc chat botshttps://github.com/zleap/irc_bots1 forks.0 stars.0 open issues.Recent commits: add function to allow bot to quit on user…

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