RT @ubuconasia@twitter.com

It's less than one month away before the for UbuCon Asia 2021 don't forget to submit your Talks and be part of @ubuntu@twitter.com conference in Asia! See details 2021.ubucon.asia/cfs

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/ubuconasia/status/

Seem don't have webchat like . But you can use to access from kiwiirc.com/nextclient/irc.lib

RT @DebianMalaysia@twitter.com

The recent news about take over by Korean crowm prince is still unclear. Look like most FOSS lovers are moving to . Official Debian IRC are using OFTC and we picked Freenode bcoz of it massive user. We maybe moving out too. Maybe..

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/DebianMalaysia/sta

The recent news about take over by Korean crowm prince is still unclear. Look like most FOSS lovers are moving to . Official Debian IRC are using OFTC and we picked Freenode bcoz of it massive user. We maybe moving out too. Maybe..

The server we use for IRC-Matrix-Telegram bridge have been downgrade today. Now it running using 1CPU and 2GB of RAM. It a minimal server but still good enough for bridge purposes, it use Debian Bullseye πŸ‘

#2021

RT @ubuconasia@twitter.com

The first @ubuntu@twitter.com conference in Asia will be held! Call for Speakers is now open until late of June. Join us virtually to discuss, and collaborate. Please review details on this page 2021.ubucon.asia/cfs

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/ubuconasia/status/

Curious on what package version on backport and other release?

Simply, check with rmadison:

$ rmadison <pkg_name> --architecture amd64

RT @DebianAstro@twitter.com

We are in the last steps before the release of Debian 11 "Bullseye", and you can help! Join this party and help fixing remaining bugs! And become a proud owner of a unique T-Shirt! twitter.com/biocrusoe/status/1

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/DebianAstro/status

Congratulations to @highvoltage@twitter.com aka jcc πŸ‘ hopefully you will be able to monitor and help local group like growth to increase diversity and participations within project like your mentioned here 😊
debian.org/vote/2021/platforms

RT @debian@twitter.com

Congratulations to Jonathan Carter on his re-election to Debian Project Leader! dlvr.it/RxwWzJ

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/debian/status/1383

Remember some accidents where someone rm -rf important systems file or project file? The famous one are accidents. If you want to play safe. Install "safe-rm" package and set "rm" alias to "safe-rm - i - v" then reload bash environment.

You can just use "/etc/safe-rm.conf" or set you own rules there. It written using perl. The another alternative are "rmfd" package which written using C is a fork of gnu coreutils

Another online DebCobf is coming!

RT @debian@twitter.com

DebConf21 to be held online dlvr.it/Rwx5cz

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/debian/status/1378

RT @debian@twitter.com

New Debian Developers and Maintainers (January and February 2021) dlvr.it/RwCcdF

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/debian/status/1374

@debianmalaysia Protip: many `grep | awk` pipelines can be folded into just using `awk(1)` like so:
`dpkg --list | awk '/^rc/ {print $2};'`

from

When you remove packages from your machine, there is possibly configuration file are still left out on your disk.

Check it now with "dpkg --list |grep '^rc' |awk '{print $2}'"

To remove thus packages
"apt-get purge -y $(dpkg --list |grep '^rc' |awk '{print $2}')" and

then
"apt-get autoremove -y"

from

If you want to check which package use the most of your precious disk space, you can query "dpkg-query -W -f='${Installed-Size;10}\t${Package}\n' | sort -n" on you terminal and check the last output from the lists. Mine are πŸ˜‚

If you want prevent some application accessing some location, net or etc. You may use , simply "sudo apt install firejail"

for example let say you don't want "sublime text" (subl) accesing network, you may sandbox it with "firejail - -net=none subl"

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