@wxcafe better than markdown with its 13+ semi-compatible variations and way more implementations that may or may not consistently support one variation.

The most annoying thing about DST time changes?

People who think GMT and UTC are the same thing and pontificate based on their fundamental misunderstanding of how modern time keeping works.

@possebaer Thanks, honestly you having twins is more of a triumph. Ours are on average about 20 months apart, closest being 16 months, and furthest being 28 months, which is nothing like two at once.

When you try a different hoster, install CentOS and the first thing you notice is that SELinux is not enabled… 🤦‍♂️ 🤦‍♂️ 🤦‍♂️ 🤦‍♂️ 🤦‍♂️ 🤦‍♂️


#stopDisablingSELinux #vultr #SELinux #infosec #security

@tobym I tend to use graphviz, just write out in dot format and compile the diagram.

@amolith@masto.nixnet.xyz have a gitolite server, and an off-site on the keybase git hosting.

@amolith@masto.nixnet.xyz this is very much in line with my setup, a slight alteration on the git server.

@kev It would have to be Vi of course, I actually can't think of a system where nano is even installed that I use.

@mike @DistroJunkie I'll see if I can find one, I haven't touched a Windows box in a number of years. It might also be possible to tell NetworkManager to accept any presented CA, but that presents some risk.

@mike @DistroJunkie That is easy then. All you need to do is extract the associated CA bundle for the connection from the keystore and either import it on the system store in Linux or specify the CA file in NetworkManager. As long as there is no NAC that is all the more you'd need to do.

@mike @DistroJunkie do you know what EAP method they are using? If it is PEAP or TTLS you would need to have the CA public key to connect as you'd need to trust it.

If they are doing EAP-TLS depending on how they are storing the machine keys you might be able to export them and import them on Linux. Now if they are using the TPM and you can see/access it from Linux could be easier, but if not your SoL on that option.

@poetgrant @jason @kungtotte @kelbot @hund@linuxrocks.online depends on the packager for your distro, there isn't a .desktop file in the project source code. I know that fedora's packages have the .desktop so could just pull it from their package repo.

@sir @poetgrant I have briefly looked at those, but haven't had time to look at it more than a brief look at the docs. Have it on my todo to look deeper.

@poetgrant tmux, on the console or in st when running i3 or sway.

@iAmNotAfraidofSpiders @mike I'm going through the same process. I am actually looking at the Dell Latitude 12 2-in-1 which is detachable. From the research I've completed seems that everything is supported on Linux although I haven't seen anyone try a variant with the fingerprint reader and NFC backcover.

@gairsty I've been tempted to get some Mikrotik hardware to play with just haven't had the time to pull the trigger on it.

@gairsty I know a few people that are very much enamored with them. Have a colleague that has used the a trio of the 40-50 USD priced units to build a MPLS network on a sheet of plywood as a showcase. I know that the Mikrotik equipment is very popular in the WISP space just like Ubiquiti is.

I personally have Ubiquiti equipment at my house. I know that the Mikrotik has more feature capabilities currently but depending on model there are licensing add-ons for certain functionality.

@Matter @brandon WPA2 statement is correct for personal, not entirely correct for enterprise. Granted for say a coffee shop you are dealing with WPA2 personal. WPA3 brings the personal and enterprise profiles more in line so things are more consistent regardless of profile.

@skipfordj it has been quite a while, nearly 10 years since i left LiquidWeb. How have you been?

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