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HPR4061: Setup a Pi-hole


Kevie, a co-host of TuxJam, talks about setting up a Raspberry Pi as a network wide ad and domain blocker using the Pi-hole project. Before starting this project you will need: A Raspberry Pi with Raspberry Pi OS installed and SSH enabled A basic knowledge of changing the settings on your router. I can't talk you through this as every router is different...


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HPR4060: Florida to Georgia


We finish up our visit to Kennedy Space Center with one more day at the Center. Then we spend a few days at St. Augustine before leaving Florida and moving up north to Savannah, Georgia Links: https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjAvzyo https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjAvzD3 https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjAvFon https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjAvFAg https://www.flickr.com/photos/ahuka/52747902453/in/album-72177720306712627/ https://flic.kr/s/aHBqjAvHR5 https://www.palain.com/travel/rv-trip-2022-2023-southeast-us/florida-to-georgia/


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HPR4059: the southern cross


intro trying to keep hpr going encourage people not to be content is better than quality last show audio southern cross brief history talking electronics TEC-1, 1983, i think it was influenced by kim-1 although the kim-1 was released by MOS the 6502 designers in 1976 as a way to get people using the 6502 processor. TEC-1 was designed specifically to get the ordinary bloke involved with computers. Cris Jones https://github.com/crsjones/Southern-Cross-Computer-z80 https://youtu...


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HPR4058: Radio Thermometer


# If you ever want to make this code better, please do # but for the love of God, please save this code first. # It is written in circuitpython to prevent the need # to compile code, and the RFM69 does not work with # micropython...


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HPR4057: Raspberry Pi and astro imaging


As I mentioned back in HPR 3857 "Yesterday I saw a flare" I have put together a way to take images and video through my telescopes, and more. You can do so too for under £100, assuming you have your own telescope, or add on another £40 for a nice lens for the HQ camera instead of a telescope...


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HPR4056: Helping with back pain


For years Kevie, a co-host of TuxJam, has suffered from lower back pain, and for the first time he's discovered something that actually helps. Hear his thoughts on the Advanced Back Pro: Back Support Belt by Copper Fit. The track included on this show is Blackpaper - Triple Paf


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HPR4055: Four agalmic AI applications to protect you from greedy corporations


4 AI applications I learned about today. Fawkes: an application that can protect you from facial recognition software. It's named for Guy Fawkes, the face of hackers that call themselves Anonymous. page https://sandlab.cs.uchicago.edu/fawkes/ code https://github.com/Shawn-Shan/fawkes Glaze: a digital artwork hardening application to protect artists from deep fakes code https://github.com/EspacioLatente/Glaze paper https://people.cs.uchicago.edu/~ravenben/publications/pdf/glaze-usenix23...


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HPR4054: CyberPunk 2077


I love the story-based games and experiences. CyberPunk 2077 is based in the future, and you will be following this bounty hunter and their struggles to make a difference in Night City. Links Wikipedia page: CyberPunk 2077


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HPR4053: Third Party Integrations


Oauth 2 - https://oauth.net/ Public APIs - https://github.com/public-apis/public-apis Zapier - https://zapier.com/ Postman - https://www.postman.com/


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HPR4052: How I got in to Linux / Micro Edition


Just a really short show on how I got started in Linux back in the olden days.


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