VS Codium - the community-maintained MIT-Licensed build of Visual Studio Code from Microsoft, is now available in the Snap Store! Edit your code with more added Freedom!
/e/ ROM keeps pushing apps it thinks users might need with no option to disable or uninstall them. This time it was a pdf viewer. Looks nice but I had one installed already and it worked perfectly fine.
I have now switched back to Lineage. This also fixed an issue I was facing (unrelated to /e/) where apps couldn't write to external SD card.
Newsblur - An online open-source RSS reader https://share.tube/videos/watch/819c1f11-e0ff-492d-b4fd-51bf049f76a8
Wasn't aware cat can be used to create a live USB key of the Debian ISO :) (worked with Ubuntu as well)
cat debian-8.0.0-amd64-i386-netinst.iso >/dev/sdb; sync
I have always used dd for this purpose.
Source: Debian Handbook
Original theme on which this is based:
Introducing KDE's 1st video competition: Show off your film-making skills, shoot and edit a promotional clip for Plasma or KDE's applications, and win a @tuxedocomputers computer:
#100DaysOfCode Day 7
Data is now stored in an SQLite database
When a webpage is downloaded, relevant information is now added to a database.
Other useful links:
SQLAlchemy ORM tutorial:
RESTful and HTTP APIs course on TalkPython training:
Malicious Python libraries stealing OpenPGP and SSH keys:
– Look for python3-dateutil, and jeIlyfish.
– Both modules try to exfiltrate SSH/OpenPGP keys and send them to an IP address.
– This is the third time the PyPI team intervenes to remove typo-squatted malicious Python libraries from the official repository.
#100DaysOfCode Day 2
Learnt the difference between the uuid4 and uuid5 functions in Python's uuid library.
uuid4 — generates a random UUID whereas, uuid5 accepts a namespace ( I used uuid.NAMESPACE_URL) and a name as an argument to generate a unique UUID for the given URL.
Next step will be to store all information in a database!
Happy Birthday QuiteRSS :)
my current RSS reader (Desktop/Qt). Been using it for more than a year now. Fast & customizable. No sync options, but I'm okay with it.
Lots of dark color themes for Emacs. It was hard to find a light theme that I liked. Found this nice one recently called "Doom Nord Light" and I'm liking it :)
It is part of the "doom-themes" package and is available from MELPA.
GitHub repository: https://github.com/hlissner/emacs-doom-themes
Font used in the screenshot is "Input Mono Narrow Light"
Available from: https://input.fontbureau.com/
Original post on Reddit where I found it:
New find! Linux4Everyone podcast
A bug in Ubuntu 19.10 is sharing some users' media folders on the local network without warning https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2019/11/rygel-autostart-media-sharing-bug-ubuntu #linux #Ubuntu
Webrecorder is a program/service to archive web pages . Available as a desktop app (https://github.com/webrecorder/webrecorder-desktop)
This might be the Read it later/Pocket alternative I was looking for (testing)
ArchiveBox (https://archivebox.io/) is interesting too. Doesn't have a a GUI yet, but provides a browsable index for saved web pages.
Other programs I've looked at: Wallabag, Polar Bookshelf, Zotero and Shiori.
Monolith (https://github.com/Y2Z/monolith) is useful for saving individual web pages incl. js and css.
Nice! HIBP has a "Pwned Passwords" feature containing passwords previously exposed in data breaches.
Alessandro Castellani—the developer behind the excellent Sequeler and Taxi apps—is building Akira, a native UI/UX design tool for elementary OS. Help him raise the funds necessary to hire on some stellar community developers and get the first release out! https://buff.ly/2FGHLMD
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..