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HPR3693: Fixing the automatic cutoff mechanism to an electric mower


Synopsis In this episode, Rho`n fixes the safety mechanism to his Neuton electric mower. Recently the automatic cutoff mechanism was getting finicky. Needing to pull the safety bar back just the correct amount to keep the mower running. Often needing to keep hands on both the left and right sides of the safety bar to prevent the mower from turning off...


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HPR3692: What is a real hacker?


In this episode, I discuss the ever prominent question of "What is a real hacker?" in explicitly explicit language. So enjoy the discussion and give me your thoughts. This topic always gets peoples feathers ruffled, so agree, disagree? Leave your thoughts or post your own segment on HPR!


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HPR3691: Starship.rs the best prompt I don't use


Here's the snippets I use in my .bashrc file.

RED='\033[0;31m' PLAIN='\033[0m' # No Color WHITE='\e[97m' GREEN='\e[0;32m' PURPLE='\e[35;35m' CYAN='\e[36;36m' JAVA_VERSION=`java --version | head -1 | cut -f2 -d' '` IP=$(hostname -I | awk '{print $1;}' ) source /usr/doc/git-2.35.1/contrib/completion/git-prompt...


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HPR3690: Planning the Trip


We take our revised objectives from the last episode and flesh out a completed plan that gets us out west and back home again. Links: https://www.palain.com/travel/planning-the-trip/


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HPR3689: Linux Inlaws S01E65: TerminusDB


As part of the effort of turning the planet's premier Rust marketing podcast into a full-blown NoSQL show, in this episode Chris hosts some of the key people behind a NoSQL database called TerminusDB (Martin couldn't make it as he was firing, um, re-organising the Inlaw's marketing department once again)...


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HPR3688: Education, Certifications, and sipping on the Socials


I have had a lot of questions over the years about how to proceed with a career, education, and certifications. So, I give my take on these and what they mean relative to my life experiences. Individual mileage may vary. I also discuss the need to have a public facing social media presence that is active and consistent. Hide the private Socials and search to see what actually shows up when searching for yourself. Your future employers will. Just sayin'...


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HPR3687: Hacker Public Radio 2021 - 2022 New Years Show Part 6


Hacker Public Radio New Years Eve Show 2021 - 2022 Part 6 https://rsgb.org/main/clubs-training/for-students/foundation/ https://logseq.com/ The End! Thanks To: Mumble Server: Delwin HPR Site/VPS: Joshua Knapp - AnHonestHost.com Streams: Honkeymagoo EtherPad: HonkeyMagoo Shownotes: HPLovecraft Aftershow Swedish new words of 2021: https://www.svt.se/kultur/experten-de-orden-kommer-jag-sakna-mest (Swedish) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endometriosis https://en.wikipedia...


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HPR3686: Followup for HPR3675: Clarifications on the path traversal bug


Followup for HPR3675: Installing a Plan 9 CPU server, Plan 9 web server, clarifications on the path traversal bug, private namespaces to the rescue, web application security models Installing Plan 9 with libvirt [root@localhost]# virt-install -n 9pwn --description "pre-patched rc-httpd" --osinfo=unknown --memory=4096 --vcpus=4 --disk path=/var/lib/libvirt/images/9pwn.qcows,bus=virtio,size=10 --graphics spice --cdrom ~/Downloads/9front-8593...


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HPR3685: Budget and an Android app


Zoho sheets Zoho Sheets Zoho Android app Zoho Sheets - Android app Places Dropbox.com Box.com Budget sample from LibreOffice


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HPR3684: Wake on Lan


WakeOnLAN (WOL) From wiki.wireshark.org WakeOnLAN is the protocol name given to the so-called Magic Packet technology, developed by AMD and Hewlett Packard for remotely waking up a remote host that may have been automatically powered-down because of its power management features...


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