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gnuWorldOrder_13x8


Webhosting.coop vouchers, THE CLOUD is just a virtual computer on somebody else's (or your own?) cluster of computers, building dependencies on things you already own. In the **t** packages in the **a** set: heaps of tar tips, and some thoughts about tcsh. shasum -a256=8e45743a4466aceeee219925070f24ac2478cbaa6dbe499458f651fb78c596d9


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gnuWorldOrder_13x7


Deep thoughts about licensing, effective licensing, and why groups of free software developers haven't the luxury of turning a blind eye. shasum -a256=715a7a795d97f2c77269286b8e9ae2e671d2cd75aa679b40b690857631ba564d


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gnuWorldOrder_13x6


Tech talk, licensing, ZFS, and more. shasum -a256=1099dd8dfa56d6a275f6c958a16167c459f8e59dbb8b0b0f2a8c85a8278970b4


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gnuWorldOrder_13x5


Klaatu talks about software licensing as related to ZFS, and then covers the **S** section of the **a** package set in Slackware (he also realises mid-way through that he had already covered the **q** and **r** sections and part of the **s** section, but nobody complained about it, so presumably they were all worth a second look). shasum -a256=8f839464eb79b20a4dcc232b9b0d8e7c03d7f053ce3dbf0575ae61c35fa18a64


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gnuWorldOrder_13x4


Klaatu installs ZFS and creates a ZFS USB drive. Continuing his review of all packages installed with Slackware, he talks about reiserfs and rpm2tgz. Finally, a thoroughly biased unbiased review of the amazing webhost cooperative, [webhosting.coop](http://webhosting.coop). shasum -a256=e2f12449b7fe76356509613ee9ad3b612d3a152dad4323c6a494d75023bcf223


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 2019-01-19  n/a
 
 

gnuWorldOrder_13x3


All about the quota command from Slackware package set **a** ` # enable quota in /etc/fstab # for example: # /dev/sda1 / ext4 defaults,usrquota 0 2 # # then remount the partition: % whoami % root % mount -o remount / # create quota index: % quotacheck --user --create-files --no-remount # if it fails with ## cannot stat() /dev/root # then this is a workaround: % ln -s /dev/sda1 /dev/root # now...


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 2019-01-13  n/a
 
 

gnuWorldOrder_13x2


Lister feedback, a new book, Lua, Luarocks, and much more. ` --[[ GNU All-Permissive License Copying and distribution of this file, with or without modification, are permitted in any medium without royalty provided the copyright notice and this notice are preserved. This file is offered as-is, without any warranty. https://www.gnu.org/licenses/license-list.en.html ]]-- -- main.lua vw = 720 vh = 480 function love...


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 2019-01-06  n/a
 
 

gnuWorldOrder_13x1


Season 13 begins! We have switched to a fancy new hosting provider, [Webhosting.coop](http://webhosting.coop), a cooperative web hosting organization run in part by Josh Cox, a long-time supporter of the show. Introductory episodes about [Linux](https://gnuworldorder.info/#0x0) and [Slackware](https://gnuworldorder.info/#0x1) have been posted. If you're new to Linux, start with these episodes!...


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 2018-12-30  n/a
 
 

gnuWorldOrder_12x53


A bonus episode to get you through the holiday: solo gaming and a neat adventure game engine called Twine, plus a review of 10 randomly-chosen lightweight distributions. shasum -a256=f016b8cd7b23b4dc4e12e00af0ba2d49ba987221cf73a81c552e6001ceb4a967


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 2018-12-25  n/a
 
 

gnuWorldOrder_12x52


A review of 2018 and open source, including the Purism laptop, Eelo, Proton, Krita, GIMP 2.10, Appimages and Flatpak, and lots lots more. shasum -a256=c8cede97f96d6f6b107817e9f596ac3498a1813b489310949aa5da9949d4166e


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 2018-12-22  n/a