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  • Put your hackergotchi in website/hackergotchi/. A hackergotchi should be a photo of your face smaller than 80x80 pixels with a transparent background. svn add the file.
  • At the end of the .rawdog/config file add your details (the name in brackets is your IRC nick):
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    Ανοιχτό Ελεύθερο Δίκτυο XML 11:50, Friday, 21 February 12:05, Friday, 21 February
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    Athens Wireless Metropolitan Network XML 11:50, Friday, 21 February 12:05, Friday, 21 February
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    Patras Metropolitan Wireless Network

    Υπηρεσίες Δικτύου • Re: Live IP cameras

    Update στο πρωτο post με μια σημερινη

    picture.jpg

    Statistics: Posted by grigoris — Fri Feb 21, 2020 11:14 am


    11:14, Friday, 21 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    [$] Memory-management optimization with DAMON

    To a great extent, memory management is based on making predictions: which pages of memory will a given process need in the near future? Unfortunately, it turns out that predictions are hard, especially when they are about future events. In the absence of useful information sent back from the future, memory-management subsystems are forced to rely on observations of recent behavior and an assumption that said behavior is likely to continue. The kernel's memory-management decisions are opaque to user space, though, and often result in less-than-optimal performance. A pair of patch sets from SeongJae Park tries to make memory-usage patterns visible to user space, and to let user space change memory-management decisions in response.

    17:09, Thursday, 20 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Security updates for Thursday

    Security updates have been issued by Debian (netty and netty-3.9), Fedora (ceph, dovecot, poppler, and webkit2gtk3), openSUSE (inn and rmt-server), Oracle (openjpeg2), Red Hat (rabbitmq-server), Scientific Linux (openjpeg2), SUSE (dnsmasq, rsyslog, and slurm), and Ubuntu (php7.0).

    16:13, Thursday, 20 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    [$] LWN.net Weekly Edition for February 20, 2020

    The LWN.net Weekly Edition for February 20, 2020 is available.

    03:04, Thursday, 20 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Stable kernel updates

    Stable kernels 5.5.5, 5.4.21, and 4.19.105 have been released, with the usual set of important fixes.

    23:07, Wednesday, 19 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    [$] Debian discusses how to handle 2038

    At this point, most of the kernel work to avoid the year-2038 apocalypse has been completed. Said apocalypse could occur when time counted in seconds since 1970 overflows a 32-bit signed value (i.e. time_t). Work in the GNU C Library (glibc) and other C libraries is well underway as well. But the "fun" is just beginning for distributions, especially those that support 32-bit architectures, as a recent Debian discussion reveals. One of the questions is: how much effort should be made to support 32-bit architectures as they fade from use and 2038 draws nearer?

    21:38, Wednesday, 19 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    The Linux Foundation and Harvard’s Lab for Innovation Science release census for open-source software security

    The Linux Foundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative and Harvard University's Lab for Innovation Science have teamed up on a census of the most critical open-source components in today's production applications. The report [PDF], titled "Vulnerabilities in the core", identified more than 200 projects and details 20 of them. More information can be found in the press release and, of course, the report. "This Census II analysis and report represent important steps towards understanding and addressing structural and security complexities in the modern day supply chain where open source is pervasive, but not always understood. Census II identifies the most commonly used free and open source software (FOSS) components in production applications and begins to examine them for potential vulnerabilities, which can inform actions to sustain the long-term security and health of FOSS. Census I (2015) identified which software packages in the Debian Linux distribution were the most critical to the kernel’s operation and security."

    21:35, Wednesday, 19 February UTC

    Athens HackerSpace

    ΜHackFest01

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    |eventowner=User:Elkos
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    |who=Hackerspace Community
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    |location=38.01694322164, 23.731269990513
     
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    [GR] 
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    Το μHackFest (microhackfest) είναι ένα μηνιαίο event στο hackerspace.gr για να παρουσιάστε τεχνολογίες, λύσεις και hacks ανοιχτού κώδικα.
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    Όλοι είναι ευπρόσδεκτοι να μοιραστούν τις εμπειρίες τους, να συζητήσουν ιδέες και να αλληλεπιδράσουν με τη κοινότητα.
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    Αν επιθυμείτε να παρουσιάστε στο μHackFest01 ένα project ανοιχτού κώδικα το οποίο, δουλεύετε, αναπτύσετε,ή hack-άρετε εγγραφείτε στην discuss mailing list (https://lists.hackerspace.gr/listinfo/discuss)  και στείλτε με τον τίτλο της παρουσίασης σας και με link προς ένα repo/ project site/ άρθρο σε blog/ παρουσίαση στο σχετικό thread ή αν ντρέπεστε επικοινωνήστε απευθείας μέσω mail στη διεύθυνση hackfest@hackerspace.gr.
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    [ENG]
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    μHackFest (aka microHackfest) is a monthly event at Hackerspace.gr showcasing open-source technologies, solutions, and hacks.
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    Everybody is welcome to share their experiences, discuss ideas and interact with the community.
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    Want to showcase an open-source project you work with, develop, or hack on a 10-15' lightning talk at hackerspace.gr on the upcoming μHackFest?
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    Join the discuss mailing list (https://lists.hackerspace.gr/listinfo/discuss) and share the title of your talk and link to repo/ project site/ blogpost/ presentation to the relevant thread or if you prefer directly via email at hackfest@hackerspace.gr

    20:36, Wednesday, 19 February UTC

    Athens HackerSpace

    ΜHackFest01

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    |eventowner=User:Elkos
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    |who=Hackerspace Community
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    |location=38.01694322164, 23.731269990513
     
    }}
     
    }}
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    [GR] 
     +
    Το μHackFest (microhackfest) είναι ένα μηνιαίο event στο hackerspace.gr για να παρουσιάστε τεχνολογίες, λύσεις και hacks ανοιχτού κώδικα.
     +
    Όλοι είναι ευπρόσδεκτοι να μοιραστούν τις εμπειρίες τους, να συζητήσουν ιδέες και να αλληλεπιδράσουν με τη κοινότητα.
     +
     +
    Αν επιθυμείτε να παρουσιάστε στο μHackFest01 ένα project ανοιχτού κώδικα το οποίο, δουλεύετε, αναπτύσετε,ή hack-άρετε εγγραφείτε στην discuss mailing list (https://lists.hackerspace.gr/listinfo/discuss)  και στείλτε με τον τίτλο της παρουσίασης σας και με link προς ένα repo/ project site/ άρθρο σε blog/ παρουσίαση στο σχετικό thread ή αν ντρέπεστε επικοινωνήστε απευθείας μέσω mail στη διεύθυνση hackfest@hackerspace.gr.
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    [ENG]
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    μHackFest (aka microHackfest) is a monthly event at Hackerspace.gr showcasing open-source technologies, solutions, and hacks.
     +
     +
    Everybody is welcome to share their experiences, discuss ideas and interact with the community.
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     +
     +
    Want to showcase an open-source project you work with, develop, or hack on a 10-15' lightning talk at hackerspace.gr on the upcoming μHackFest?
     +
    Join the discuss mailing list (https://lists.hackerspace.gr/listinfo/discuss) and share the title of your talk and link to repo/ project site/ blogpost/ presentation to the relevant thread or if you prefer directly via email at hackfest@hackerspace.gr

    20:34, Wednesday, 19 February UTC

    Athens HackerSpace

    ΜHackFest00

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    Want to showcase an open-source project you work with, develop, or hack on a 10-15' lightning talk at hackerspace.gr on the upcoming μHackFest?
     
    Want to showcase an open-source project you work with, develop, or hack on a 10-15' lightning talk at hackerspace.gr on the upcoming μHackFest?
     
    Join the discuss mailing list (https://lists.hackerspace.gr/listinfo/discuss) and share the title of your talk and link to repo/ project site/ blogpost/ presentation to the relevant thread or if you prefer directly via email at hackfest@hackerspace.gr
     
    Join the discuss mailing list (https://lists.hackerspace.gr/listinfo/discuss) and share the title of your talk and link to repo/ project site/ blogpost/ presentation to the relevant thread or if you prefer directly via email at hackfest@hackerspace.gr
    |eventowner=User:Elkos
     
    |who=Hackerspace Community
     
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    20:33, Wednesday, 19 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Security updates for Wednesday

    Security updates have been issued by CentOS (firefox, java-1.7.0-openjdk, ksh, and sudo), Debian (php7.0 and python-django), Fedora (cacti, cacti-spine, mbedtls, and thunderbird), openSUSE (chromium, re2), Oracle (firefox, java-1.7.0-openjdk, and sudo), Red Hat (openjpeg2 and sudo), Scientific Linux (java-1.7.0-openjdk and sudo), SUSE (dbus-1, dpdk, enigmail, fontforge, gcc9, ImageMagick, ipmitool, php72, sudo, and wicked), and Ubuntu (clamav, linux, linux-aws, linux-aws-hwe, linux-azure, linux-gcp, linux-gke-4.15, linux-hwe, linux-kvm, linux-oracle, linux-raspi2, linux-snapdragon, linux, linux-aws, linux-kvm, linux-raspi2, linux-snapdragon, linux-aws-5.0, linux-azure, linux-gcp, linux-gke-5.0, linux-oracle-5.0, linux-azure, linux-kvm, linux-oracle, linux-raspi2, linux-raspi2-5.3, linux-lts-xenial, linux-aws, and qemu).

    17:43, Wednesday, 19 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    [$] Finer-grained kernel address-space layout randomization

    The idea behind kernel address-space layout randomization (KASLR) is to make it harder for attackers to find code and data of interest to use in their attacks by loading the kernel at a random location. But a single random offset is used for the placement of the kernel text, which presents a weakness: if the offset can be determined for anything within the kernel, the addresses of other parts of the kernel are readily calculable. A new "finer-grained" KASLR patch set seeks to remedy that weakness for the text section of the kernel by randomly reordering the functions within the kernel code at boot time.

    15:45, Wednesday, 19 February UTC

    Athens HackerSpace

    Blender Greek users meeting 19

    Created page with "{{Event |logo=BlenderDesktopLogo.png |what=The 19th Blender Greek users meeting |tagline=Lets meet and talk about Blender. |eventowner=User:Papamat |from=2020/02/23 06:00:00 P..."

    New page

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    15:03, Wednesday, 19 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Cook: security things in Linux v5.4

    A bit belatedly, Kees Cook looks at some security-relevant changes in Linux 5.4 in a blog post. He lists a small handful of changes, including: "After something on the order of 8 years, Linux can now draw a bright line between 'ring 0' (kernel memory) and 'uid 0' (highest privilege level in userspace). The 'kernel lockdown' feature, which has been an out-of-tree patch series in most Linux distros for almost as many years, attempts to enumerate all the intentional ways (i.e. interfaces not flaws) userspace might be able to read or modify kernel memory (or execute in kernel space), and disable them. While Matthew Garrett made the internal details fine-grained controllable, the basic lockdown LSM can be set to either disabled, 'integrity' (kernel memory can be read but not written), or 'confidentiality' (no kernel memory reads or writes). Beyond closing the many holes between userspace and the kernel, if new interfaces are added to the kernel that might violate kernel integrity or confidentiality, now there is a place to put the access control to make everyone happy and there doesn’t need to be a rehashing of the age old fight between 'but root has full kernel access' vs 'not in some system configurations'."

    04:20, Wednesday, 19 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Security updates for Tuesday

    Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (systemd and thunderbird), Debian (clamav, libgd2, php7.3, spamassassin, and webkit2gtk), Fedora (kernel, kernel-headers, and sway), Mageia (firefox, kernel-linus, mutt, python-pillow, sphinx, thunderbird, and webkit2), openSUSE (firefox, nextcloud, and thunderbird), Oracle (firefox and ksh), Red Hat (curl, java-1.7.0-openjdk, kernel, and ruby), Scientific Linux (firefox and ksh), SUSE (sudo and xen), and Ubuntu (clamav, php5, php7.0, php7.2, php7.3, postgresql-10, postgresql-11, and webkit2gtk).

    17:50, Tuesday, 18 February UTC

    Athens Wireless Metropolitan Network (awmn)

    activate hulu || hulu activation code

    If you want to access or watch the content on the hulu app, you have to create and activate hulu account. After creating your account on the hulu app, you have to activate your account and have to take the subscription pack. You got free subscription for first 30 days after taking the subscription pack. You need to enter the Hulu Activation Code to activate your account and you got the code while signing up on the app. In case of any trouble, you can contact our technical experts anytime.

    11:54, Tuesday, 18 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    [$] Filesystem UID mapping for User namespaces: yet another shiftfs

    The idea of an ID-shifting virtual filesystem that would remap user and group IDs before passing requests through to an underlying real filesystem has been around for a few years but has never made it into the mainline. Implementations have taken the form of shiftfs and shifting bind mounts. Now there is yet another approach to the problem under consideration; this one involves a theoretically simpler approach that makes almost no changes to the kernel's filesystem layer at all.

    21:35, Monday, 17 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Security updates for Monday

    Security updates have been issued by Debian (evince, postgresql-9.4, and thunderbird), Fedora (ksh and libxml2), openSUSE (hostapd and nextcloud), Red Hat (chromium-browser, firefox, flash-plugin, and ksh), and SUSE (firefox and thunderbird).

    17:59, Monday, 17 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    NetBSD 9.0 released

    The NetBSD 9.0 release is out. "This is the seventeenth major release of the NetBSD operating system and brings significant improvements in terms of hardware support, quality assurance, security, along with new features and hundreds of bug fixes." Significant new features include Arm64 support, better virtualization support, kernel address-space layout randomization, and more; see the release notes for details.

    12:03, Monday, 17 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Kernel prepatch 5.6-rc2

    The 5.6-rc2 kernel prepatch is out for testing. Linus says: "More than half the rc2 patch is actually Documentation updates, because the kvm docs got turned into RST. Another notable chunk is just tooling updates, which is about 50/50 perf updates (much of it due to header file syncing) and - again - kvm".

    10:59, Monday, 17 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    OpenSSH 8.2 released

    OpenSSH 8.2 is out. This release removes support for the ssh-rsa key algorithm, which may disrupt connectivity to older servers; see the announcement for a way to check whether a given server can handle newer, more secure algorithms. Also new in this release is support for FIDO/U2F hardware tokens.

    11:21, Saturday, 15 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    A set of weekend stable kernel updates

    The 5.5.4, 5.4.20, 4.19.104, 4.14.171, 4.9.214, and 4.4.214 stable kernels have all been released; each contains a relatively large set of important fixes.

    11:15, Saturday, 15 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    [$] Keeping secrets in memfd areas

    Back in November 2019, Mike Rapoport made the case that there is too much address-space sharing in Linux systems. This sharing can be convenient and good for performance, but in an era of advanced attacks and hardware vulnerabilities it also facilitates security problems. At that time, he proposed a number of possible changes in general terms; he has now come back with a patch implementing a couple of address-space isolation options for the memfd mechanism. This work demonstrates the sort of features we may be seeing, but some of the hard work has been left for the future.

    17:03, Friday, 14 February UTC

    Linux Weekly News

    Security updates for Friday

    Security updates have been issued by Debian (debian-security-support, postgresql-11, and postgresql-9.6), Fedora (cutter-re, firefox, php-horde-Horde-Data, radare2, and texlive-base), openSUSE (docker-runc), Oracle (kernel), Red Hat (sudo), and Ubuntu (firefox).

    16:37, Friday, 14 February UTC

    Patras Metropolitan Wireless Network

    Υπηρεσίες Δικτύου • Re: Mouflix.PWMN

    Ναι τώρα παίζει, αλλά χθες έκανα ping, απάνταγε αλλά δεν άνοιγε.
    το ιδιο και σε εμενα προχθες
    Χμ θα το κοιτάξω


    UPDATE ΕΓΙΝΕ IP CHANGE ΣΕ 10.140.60.3

    Statistics: Posted by george — Thu Feb 13, 2020 3:35 pm


    15:35, Thursday, 13 February UTC