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Notes from SeaGL 2019

Welcome to SeaGL I’m at the Seattle GNU/Linux conference SeaGL again this year, mostly to present on Project Springtime tomorrow. (I proposed 4 talks, and that’s the one they accepted. Well, I take what I can get!) But there are interesting talks, and here are some notes. Mozilla has a Open Leadership Framework. Interesting, and…

Installing Arch Linux on an Acer Cloudbook

The Acer Cloudbook is one of the cheapest laptops on the market. It’s also light, thin and quite nice, and so I picked one up from Fry’s to use as a travel laptop. It comes with Windows pre-installed, unfortunately, but of course I didn’t want that. Here are my notes how I got Arch Linux…

Giving up on nftables

Supposedly, nftables is the successor to iptables. So when implementing a firewall for UBOS, the logical thing to do is to use the new thing instead of the clumsier old thing. But I give up. I cannot figure out how this thing works. All the how-to pages that I found essentially have the same examples,…