Oh.. did I need say? The concept of user color customization is user will create his/her own css and set it up on browser.
Having used mhonarc for few years back.. lore.kernel.org had me curious.
Minimal, arcane stuff... ;)
1. Mbsync email to a folder (optional)
2. Create a config and got repo with public-inbox-init
3. Edit the config to add 'watch' for the maildir or you can ask it to watch imap folder.
4. Run public-inbox-httpd for the site and public-inbox-imap-watch to populate
The Worst CPUs Ever Made - ExtremeTech
Most of the time at ExtremeTech, we celebrate the best of technology. Today, we're hailing the worst.
Git v2.29.0 released
Version 2.29.0 of the Git source-code management system is out. This
release includes a long list of smallish improvements; click below for the
details. Also present is the code enabling Git to switch to the SHA-256 hash algorithm; this
feature is still deemed experimental, though, and interoperability with
SHA-1 repositories is not yet available.
Wrote a bit about standards in @Arm space. From board files to SBBR/EBBR time.
BSA/BBR have to wait for next part.
Here's my new write-up of ten Linux-capable chips you really ought to know about, plus some background on how to get started in embedded Linux development: https://jaycarlson.net/embedded-linux/
Definitely not Windows 95: What operating systems keep things running in space?
The updates don't come every spring and fall, but space operating systems keep evolving.
Subscribing to lore lists with grokmirror https://people.kernel.org/monsieuricon/subscribing-to-lore-lists-with-grokmirror
Unbound 1.12.0 is released
This release contains the DNS Flag Day 2020 changes. This sets the
default EDNS buffer size to 1232, that should reduce fragmentation.
DNS-over-HTTPS is supported in this release.
There is a new feature where it is possible to use interface names to
bind to the IP addresses on that interface
neomutt and hostname in message ID.. https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=213306
Lots of people just do:
but why stop there, why not a new hostname for every email you send ?
if you have pwgen installed:
send-hook . 'set hostname=`pwgen -1 10`'
if you have xkcdpass installed:
send-hook . 'set hostname=`xkcdpass -n 1`'
ofcourse.. the simplest:
send-hook . 'set hostname=`shuf -n1 /usr/share/dict/words`'
TI and Cadence Make PSpice Free
We like simulation software. Texas Instruments long offered TINA, but recently they’ve joined with Cadence to make OrCAD PSpice available for free with some restrictions. You’ve probably heard of PSpice — it’s widely used… https://hackaday.com/2020/09/20/ti-and-cadence-make-pspice-free/
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/hackaday/status/1307642225543839744
Cook: Security things in Linux v5.7
Kees Cook catches
up with the security-related changes in the 5.7 kernel.
"The kernel’s Linux Security Module (LSM) API provide a way to write
security modules that have traditionally implemented various Mandatory
Access Control (MAC) systems like SELinux, AppArmor, etc. The LSM hooks are
numerous and n
Linux Journal is Back
Linux Journal has returned
under the ownership of Slashdot Media. "As Linux enthusiasts and long-time fans of Linux Journal, we were disappointed to hear about Linux Journal closing it's doors last year. It took some time, but fortunately we were able to get a deal done that allows us to keep Linux Journal alive now and in
Bottomley: Creating a home IPv6 network
James Bottomley has put together a
detailed recounting of what it took to get IPv6 fully working on his
network. "One of the things you’d think from the above is that IPv6
always auto configures and, while it is true that if you simply plug your
laptop into the ethernet port of a cable modem it will just automati