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Chatt State Matrix Longest Running Torrent

From: Dave Brockman 
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http://www.techworm.net/2016/01/even-after-4419-days-the-worlds-oldest-t
orrent-is-still-going-strong.html

Regards,

dtb
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"White Label" hard drive

From: John Aldrich 
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Would you buy a "White Label" hard drive that claims to be an
"Enterprise-quality" drive? Amazon has some of those and I'm thinking of
buying a 6 Tb one for $180.
(http://www.amazon.com/5700RPM-Cache-6-0Gb-Internal-Desktop/dp/B00UCP11U6/ref=sr

Barracuda & Chugalug & EPBFI

From: Mike Harrison 
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> On Jan 6, 2016, at 8:22 AM, Rod-Lists  wrote:
> 
> http://mxtoolbox.com/SuperToolX.aspx?action=blacklist%3a50.116.40.195&run=toolpage


Thanks. Barracuda.. Sigh.. 

I’ve already had some response from an internal EPB contact and they are checking to see if they can remove that. 






Barracuda & Chugalug

From: Rod-Lists 
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http://mxtoolbox.com/SuperToolX.aspx?action=blacklist%3a50.116.40.195&run=toolpage

Updating ASUS Transformer Android firmware

From: John Aldrich 
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I noticed that I can update this to Ice Cream Sandwich. I need to do so.
I'm a bit scared of bricking it. Can I get someone who's done similar to
help me sometime? :)

-- 
  John Aldrich
  mrmaxx@nospammail.net

OT: Jeff Kell

From: Matt Keys 
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I'm sad to read about the passing of Jeff Kell today. My condolences to fam=
ily and friends on the list.


http://www.wilsonfuneralhome.com/obituaries/Jeffrey-Kell/

[http://d1t3gia0in9tdj.cloudfront.net/photo/tributes/t/8/r/207x207/3515772/=
Jeffrey-Kell-1448462023.jpg]

Jeffrey Ralph Kell - View Obituary & Service Information
Share Memories and Support the Family.
Read more...


New $5 Raspberry Pi computer

From: Phil Shapiro 
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In case you haven't heard yet... 


https://opensource.com/business/15/11/raspberry-pi-zero 


Whooohoo! 


phil 


-- 

-- 
Phil Shapiro, pshapiro@his.com 
http://www.his.com/pshapiro/briefbio.html 
http://www.twitter.com/philshapiro 
http://www.his.com/pshapiro/stories.menu.html 

"Wisdom begins with wonder." - Socrates 
"Learning happens thru gentleness." 


Pryvate app

From: John Aldrich 
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Has anyone seen this:
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/10/29/pryvate

Bash Scripting Question

From: Dean Warren 
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Hey guys,
 I am running a game server that is hosting a couple of old BBS doors. The
front end is an interesting telnet to http/https front end called fTelnet
and the doors are hosted thru GameSrv
. I am attempting to create a start up script called
gamesrv to place in /etc/init.d to start the service on boot. Here is the
code thus far:
gamesrv script

#! /bin/sh
### BEGIN INIT INFO
# Provides: gamesrv
# Required-Start: $remote

OT:Estate Sale Home on Chickamauga Lake

From: Rod-Lists 
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This is nice spot and I know some of you have loose change and like to pick up property
Tonight at 6. heirs motivated to sell.

http://johndixon.com/auctiondetails.asp?id=426

Friendly hackers break into a utility and make a point

From: David White 
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http://www.eenews.net/stories/1060025871

-- 
David White
Founder & CEO

*Develop CENTS *
Computing, Equipping, Networking, Training & Supporting
Organizations Worldwide
http://developcents.com

SugarCRM (was Fw: Delivery Status Notification (Failure)

From: Ed King 
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Sent a message to Chugalug last night, never saw it come thru.   But I did =
get a bounce back from david.dupre

Anyway, what I was askin' in the original email:     are there any SugarCRM=
 programmers on the list?

Ed



--- On Mon, 10/5/15, postmaster@emde02oc.mail2world.com  wrote:

> From: postmaster@emde02oc.mail2world.com 
> Subject: Delivery Status Notification (Failure)
> To: chevyiinova@bellsouth.net
> Date: Monday, October 5, 2015, 10:53 PM
> This is an automatically generated
> Delivery Status Notification.
> =

> Unable to deliver message to the following recipients, due
> to being unable to connect successfully to the destination
> mail server.
> =

> =A0 =A0 =A0=A0=A0david.dupre@gmail.com
> =

> =

> =

>

Neat internet trick

From: James Nylen 
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How does this work?  If I wanted to set up something like this for funs,
what would I need to do and what services would each of those nodes need to
be running?

$ traceroute bad.horse
traceroute to bad.horse (162.252.205.157), 64 hops max, 52 byte packets
 1  * * *
[...]
 8  usr115.bb588-02.uad.im.wakwak.ne.jp (61.115.40.117)  21.477 ms  24.221
ms  21.869 ms
 9  chi-b21-link.telia.net (62.115.143.62)  55.525 ms
    chi-b21-link.telia.net (62.115.113.19)  51.951 ms
    chi-b21-link.telia.net (62.115.143.62)  49.957 ms
10  atlanticmetro-ic-306054-chi-b21.c.telia.net (62.115.42.50)  51.782 ms
50.425 ms  51.625 ms
11  ve769.cr2.lga3.amcbb.net (69.9.33.137)  53.756 ms  48.562 ms  49.646 ms
12  e2-1.cr1.lga1.amcbb.net (108.60.132.121)  47.068 ms  45.089 ms  48.518
ms
13  sandwichnet.dmarc.lga1.atlanticmetro.net (208.68.168.214)  49.208 ms
45.314 ms  45.082 ms
14  bad.horse (162.252.205.130)  50.462 ms  47.543 ms  45.513 ms
15  bad.horse (162.252.205.131)  55.528 ms  49.505 ms  49.571 ms
16  bad.horse (162.252.205.132)  54.803 ms  55.826 ms  53.611 ms
17  bad.horse (162.252.205.133)  62.758 ms  62.221 ms  60.959 ms
18  he.rides.across.the.nation (162.252.205.134)  73.691 ms  73.012 ms
66.573 ms
19  the.thoroughbred.of.sin (162.252.205.135)  71.165 ms  72.175 ms  71.386
ms
20  he.got.the.application (162.252.205.136)  82.636 ms  79.660 ms  75.652
ms
21  that.you.just.sent.in (162.252.205.137)  81.777 ms  83.311 ms  80.820 ms
22  it.needs.evaluation (162.252.205.138)  85.953 ms  86.562 ms  92.132 ms
23  so.let.the.games.begin (162.252.205.139)  95.745 ms  89.836 ms  89.666
ms
24  a.heinous.crime (162.252.205.140)  98.979 ms  95.644 ms  104.596 ms
25  a.show.of.force (162.252.205.141)  101.860 ms  100.216 ms  99.329 ms
26  a.murder.would.be.nice.of.course (162.252.205.142)  111.036 ms  111.153
ms  108.151 ms
27  bad.horse (162.252.205.143)  113.551 ms  111.576 ms  113.471 ms
28  bad.horse (162.252.205.144)  116.611 ms  114.432 ms  115.289 ms
29  bad.horse (162.252.205.145)  122.541 ms  117.386 ms  122.047 ms
30  he-s.bad (162.252.205.146)  127.537 ms  125.527 ms  126.333 ms
31  the.evil.league.of.evil (162.252.205.147)  130.988 ms  134.525 ms
130.833 ms
32  is.watching.so.beware (162.252.205.148)  134.971 ms  139.889 ms
136.452 ms
33  the.grade.that.you.receive (162.252.205.149)  142.439 ms  146.276 ms
142.599 ms
34  will.be.your.last.we.swear (162.252.205.150)  150.289 ms  147.919 ms
155.444 ms
35  so.make.the.bad.horse.gleeful (162.252.205.151)  155.131 ms  155.064
ms  152.942 ms
36  or.he-ll.make.you.his.mare (162.252.205.152)  158.542 ms  154.846 ms
166.999 ms
37  o

Favorite Android anti-malware app

From: John Aldrich 
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What's everyone's favorite app for anti-malware on Android devices? My
LG came with Cheetah Mobile's anti-virus/anti-malware. I've had some ads
start popping up on my phone lately when I unlock apps locked by CM, so
I wonder why they're not being caught by CM. I'm trying to scan with
Malware Bytes right now, but it keeps crashing for some reason. :(

-- 
  John Aldrich
  mrmaxx@nospammail.net

Microsoft Linux

From: John Aldrich 
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Dont' know if you guys saw this, or not...
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-news-59/microsoft-has-developed-its-own-linux-in-house-software-defined-networking-os-4175553867/

My question is did they abide by the GPL or did they make it
closed-source and corrupted the way they do most everything else they
copy?

-- 
  John Aldrich
  mrmaxx@nospammail.net

WTB: el cheapo ipad

From: Keith 
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Do you have a minimum generation? I think I have a Gen 1 you can have but
it won't run the latest software and I don't know the status of the battery
etc.

On Tue, Sep 8, 2015 at 5:17 PM Ed King  wrote:

> checking to see if anyone has a cheap ipad fer sale
>
> low memory and wi-fi is ok, the key word here is cheap
>
> ps: what ever happened to Chad Smith, I just realized I haven't seen a
> post from him in a long time.
>
> 

Xlink: Ham Radio, Linux ,GO, & Winlink

From: Rod-Lists 
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I'm about to change my callsign to one that references linux.
And I'm taking training for the WINLINK network which is used by TEMA.
I want linuxcallsign@winlink.org

GAWD is this community sooo pro MS!
There is a Linux Client (CLI) that must be compiled.
Ditto for the linux version of the RMS Gateway program (middleware server).
I even found GUI Wrappers written in GO for a potential client.
https://github.com/LA5NTA/wl2k-go

Problems:
Attempts to port winmor(SOUND CARD MODEM) have stalled. WINMOR was written in .NET.
A new project to replace WINMOR geared to cross platform use IS WRITTEN IN C#!
And will still need MONO to run.
http://www.winlink.org/content/new

Wi-Fi issues

From: John Aldrich 
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Hey, guys and gals... I've got a weird Wi-Fi issue. I had to reset my
router (TP-Link TLWR1043ND) yesterday because I couldn't remember the
login. I've got it working now, but I can't get my phone to connect up.
It keeps saying "avoided due to poor internet connection." My PCs work
fine, as best I can tell. Any ideas????

-- 
  John Aldrich
  mrmaxx@nospammail.net

New (rebuilt) Linux box

From: John Aldrich 
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Picked up a PS2 to USB adapter at lunch today. Now my Linux box is
running like a charm on the new hardware. :) Still need to break down
and pick up a USB KVM, but that's on the back burner now that I have
things running with the PS2 to USB adapter.

-- 
  John Aldrich
  mrmaxx@nospammail.net

Linux-friendly KVM

From: John Aldrich 
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Hey, anyone got a recommendation for a Linux-friendly KVM switch?
Preferably one that will translate PS2 to USB. I don't really want to
buy a new keyboard and mouse, when the ones I have work fine. I just
need to convert them to USB so I can get rid of the PS2 to USB
converters I have for my two Dell boxes and am about to buy for my
rebuilt Linux box. Unfortunately, my new motherboard, in addition to
only having HDMI out for on-board video only take PS2 for mouse, and
requires you to use a USB keyboard. Also, unfortunately, my current KVM
doesn't do USB. :(
I'm finally ready to abandon PS2 connections to my computers, but I
really dont' want to buy a new keyboard and mouse. :) HELP!!!!

-- 
  John Aldrich
  mrmaxx@nospammail.net