Episode 32 of Linux in the Shell talks about the use of the cut command. Learn the different switches to cut and how through the use of redirection cut becomes more than just a tool to view the contents of a file. For the full write-up of the command and the corresponding video examples check out http://www.linuxintheshell.org.
Hacker Public Radio (HPR) is an Internet Radio show (podcast) that releases shows every weekday Monday through Friday. What differentiates HPR from other podcasts is that the shows are produced by the community - fellow listeners like you!. There is no restrictions on how long the show can be, nor on the topic you can cover as long as they "are of interest to hackers". The only question you need to answer is will my show be of interest to hackers ?
Current status of the queue
Cyanide Cupcake and Klaatu ponder the new Open Badge spec, and whether badges are important, useful, or...a government conspiracy!
Just how many devices do you still have lying around that have been discarded by the pace of progress. What if you would use them today ? Knightwise takes you with him on a garage sale bargain hunt and asks the question : Is it out of style or retro chique.
While my parents are visiting from Tennessee I take advantage of the opportunity to talk to my dad for awhile about his early days of computing. He has a PhD in statistics and has been using computers since the 1960s. we talk about his programming in Fortran and Cobol, about building Heathkit projects, about his duties as a VP for information technology at a small private university in Nashville, and about his more recent programming in Windows.
Frank concludes his two-part series on the E17 (Enlightenment 0.17.x) Desktop Environment with a look at some nuts-and-bolts configuration items.
He covers several configuration settings that illustrate how Enlightenment's various configuration dialogs work, including the
- Shelf (Panel) and Gadgets (Widgets) in the Shelf.
- Settings Panel, and, within the Settings Panel,
- Key and Mouse Bindings.
- Favorite Applications.
- Startup Applications.
- Themes and Wallpapers.
- The Titlebar Menu, including "Window" settings, such as Maximize, Half-Maximize, Vertical Maximize; and "Remember" settings, such as Position and "Sticky" state.
ICCCM (Inter-Client Communications Conventions Manual):
NetWM (Extended Window Manager Hits):
For a list of links to E17 resources and to listen to the first episode, see Part One: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=1248
A short episode by me: "David Whitman" about things I carry in my backpack which is my go to work bag. Normally there would be food in ther but it is Sunday morning and thankfully I have left no food in the bag. Food ideally goes to work and is consumed but there have been those times.........the forgotten orange etc.
Some useful sites
My web site is at http://www.ahuka.com/
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- Lawsuit Claims U.S. Muslim Tortured at Behest of FBI, State Dept.
- Bradley Manning Accused Of Aiding [Classified Enemy]
- Campaigns begin for fast-food employees, all Tacoma workers
- Deafening Silence (abuse of sex workers in China)
- Despite Horrific Repression, the U.S. Should Stay Out of Syria
- Computer Hacker Jeremy Hammond Pleads Guilty in Stratfor Case
- Pirate Bay Founder Denies Hacking Charges in Court
- FBI Must Return Kim Dotcom’s Illegally Seized Property
- EFF Launches Full-Court Press To Bust Podcasting Patent
- NSA Hacking Unit Targets Computers Worldwide
- Is the Life and Health of a Young, Rural Woman of Any Value in El Salvador?
- Official Story has Odd Wrinkles: A Pack of Questions about the Boston Bombing Backpacks
- Walmart Protest Movement Grows As Workers Strike Again
- New Film Reveals Critical Havana Housing Conditions
- Berlin company specializes in autistic IT experts
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Sigflup talks about mitigating sql injection and other message protocol attacks through compiler signatures
SOURCE CODE: http://www.theadesilva.com/sqlsig.tar.gz
In today's show Ken finally gets around to releasing shows recorded at OggCamp11
OggCamp 11 was a two-day unconference where technology enthusiasts came together to exchange knowledge on a wide range of topics from Linux and open source software to building home automation systems. It was held August 13 and 14 at Farnham Maltings in Surrey in the UK.
Ken Catches up with Steve Lee just before he gave his talk on Open Accessability. After the talk we get to hear his presentation.