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HPR4051: MSI Gungnir 110R Review


Kevie from the TuxJam podcast takes a look at the PC case offering from MSI called Gungnir 110R. Following his search for a new case, Kevie went over the pros and cons of this particular model. The hope is that following this show you will decide if this is a suitable case for you. In true TuxJam fashion, the show includes a creative commons music track: Cased - Cased in a Shell


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HPR4050: Playing Alpha Centauri, Part 5


This continues our look at how to play Alpha Centauri, and we look at game concepts that set this game apart from others. Links: https://www.palain.com/gaming/sid-meiers-alpha-centauri/playing-alpha-centauri-2/ https://alphacentauri2.info/wiki/Difficulty https://www.palain.com/gaming/sid-meiers-alpha-centauri/playing-alpha-centauri-5/


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HPR4049: What's in my bag January 2024


I talk about what I currently carry in my bag, as well as some changes to make in the future


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HPR4048: Today I learnt: Ship’s Bells


Today I learnt: Ship’s Bells Ahoy thar maties. Eight bells and all’s well! (Spoken with an abysmal pirate accent). Alright, enough of me poorly impersonating a pirate. As you may or may not know, based on comments in one or more of my previous episodes, I dabble a bit in clock repair. Specifically, mechanical clocks, powered by springs or gravity. My grandfather was a clockmaker, and I remember sitting, as still and quietly as I could, in his shop watching him work...


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HPR4047: Change your passwords once in a while


Passphrase generating command: look . | grep -E "^[a-z]{4,8}$" | shuf | xargs -n4 | head Tony Hunt's have I been pwned website: https://haveibeenpwned.com/ Some password managers that I can recommend: KeepassXC (offline password manager and fixes issues with KeepassX) Bitwarden (open source commercial option) 1Password (commercial, but well established and well vetted)


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HPR4046: HPR Community News for January 2024


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HPR4045: My Macbook Pro 15" 2015


The specs of the machine are given Some of the open source programs I use on it are given A few criticisms of Apple are present as well


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HPR4044: Advent of code day 11-21 catchup


https://adventofcode.com/2023 https://github.com/kalaspuffar/advent2023 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLP2v7zU48xOI8D3cVaPCKHixvXT2e_R5u


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HPR4043: Uncommon Commands, Episode 1


Commands covered in this episode: look shuf xargs The find command for running file: find . -type f -size +10M | xargs file The grep syntax for matching 4 to 8 character long words: grep -E "^[a-z]{4,8}$" The full diceware making command: look . | grep -E "^[a-z]{4,8}$" | shuf | xargs -n4 | head


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HPR4042: Debugging directly in vim


Debug directly in vim TL;DL you can use gdb directly from vim without installing any extensions. Just compile your program with debug options and do: :packadd termdebug :TermdebugCommand path-to-my-program Now the actual notes: If you actually listened to the show, I am sorry for how long it took me to realize that I was compiling without debug flags. This is not a good overview of gdb, I don't think, for that I would recommend episode 415 on Klaatu's Gnu World Order podcast...


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