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 HPR3635: A short podcast on a nice tool called system-monitoring-center | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

GitHub repo where you can find system-monitoring-center: https://github.com/hakandundar34coding/system-monitoring-center

 HPR3634: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About PEX Part 05 - PEX and the Single Installer | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About PEX Part 05– PEX and the Single Installer – My PEX installation experience part 2 Pulling PEX Much like pulling thick wire My method Used fish tape to pull mason's line Tied mason's line to PEX about 4 inches from end. Taped above & below with electrical tape Then tied line again closer to the end of PEX. Wrapped again with electrical tape Pull extra Unroll and let it lay straight for 24 hours if "curve memory" is a problem Can be challenging and require an individual installer to go back and forth between the feed point and the pull point. Supporting PEX 1" and smaller PEX must be supported horizontally every 32 inches Vertically, it must be supported at every floor and midway between floors (every 4-6 feet) https://www.pexuniverse.com/providing-proper-support-long-runs-pex-tubing Can be challenging to hold in place until secured Zip ties are your friend! Using a manifold Determine your needs Number of hot and cold outputs Valve type Handled Wrench/key Find a location with Easy access Fairly central to avoid long delays for hot water Limited light exposure Build or buy? Costs Appearance Materials Securing manifold in place Anchor securely Block wall with anchors To wood for spanning wall studs (I don't know why I kept saying "Joist" during the recording) Do not anchor to drywall Insulate from wall if needed Connecting to the main line What to replace and what to use Size matters Plan to include manifold if needed Connecting to water heater Where/how to connect Pipe Unions? Protect from heat Shut-off valve Expansion tank Silicon tape or pipe dope Connecting to endpoints What to keep and what to replace Transition connectors SharkBite Solder Thread Glue Exterior hose taps Reuse or replace? Frost free / anti-siphon Anchor securely Help is better! Turning it on! If using a manifold turn on one section at a time, from the bottom up Open sink valves Ease it on a little at a time Then increase flow Turn off sink tap (Slowly) to let pressure build Keep watching for leaks Coordinate with a partner and communicate (cell phone?) Afterwards Cover any PEX exposed to light Watch for leaks Repair holes Run water daily to flush out bad taste Inspection?

 HPR3633: The collective history of RAID controller brands | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

https://www.enterprisestorageforum.com/hardware/types-of-computer-memory/

 HPR3632: Intro to web scraping with Python | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

A beginner introduction to web scraping with Python.

 HPR3631: HPR Community News for June 2022 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

table td.shrink { white-space:nowrap } New hosts There were no new hosts this month. Last Month's Shows Id Day Date Title Host 3608 Wed 2022-06-01 Battling with English - part 5 Dave Morriss 3609 Thu 2022-06-02 Linux Inlaws S01E57: Operating System Level Virtualisation and Martin's Faith monochromec 3610 Fri 2022-06-03 DOS Wildcards; File Attributes Ahuka 3611 Mon 2022-06-06 HPR Community News for May 2022 HPR Volunteers 3612 Tue 2022-06-07 Who is Evil Steve? Part 2 Lurking Prion 3613 Wed 2022-06-08 Man buys cheap Adirondack chair dnt 3614 Thu 2022-06-09 Everything You Always Wanted to Know About PEX Part 02- The Joy of PEX - What is it and how is it us Trey 3615 Fri 2022-06-10 I am a troll and I'm trolling HPR, trolling HPR, trolling HPR. Ken Fallon 3616 Mon 2022-06-13 Filling free Slots from the Reserve Queue Dave Morriss

 HPR3630: Planning an RV Trip | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This begins our series about our RV trip by looking at the planning process. We give a suggestion for a nice online course that is not too expensive, and offer some tips on using Google Maps in planning your trip. Links: https://courses.saadigital.com/p/how-to-plan-your-epic-rv-adventure/ http://www.visitnasa.com/nasa-visitor-centers https://www.palain.com/travel/planning-an-rv-trip/

 HPR3629: Linux Inlaws S01E59: The Show with Red Pandas Mosaic Killers and Metal Corrosion | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode, Martin and Chris interview Eric Rescorla, the CTO of Firefox at Mozilla. After discussing the weather situation in the Kingdom formerly known as the UK, our two aging heros go right into browsers, programming languages, the Mozilla ecosystem and internet history and future alike. This episode again is not for the faint-hearted as none of the gory details are spared: We learn about Chris' t-shirt situation (and how you can kidnap apparel), why Google is so sucessful, data privacy and Internet monetization. Never mind rendering engines. Plus: more Rust marketing (Rebecca Rumbul: Take note :-). Links: Firefox: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/browsers Mozilla Foundation: https://foundation.mozilla.org Mozilla Corporation: https://www.mozilla.org Gecko: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Glossary/Gecko Blink: https://www.chromium.org/blink Servo: https://servo.org Quantum: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Quantum Webkit: https://webkit.org Trident (MSHTML): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MSHTML CSS: https://www.w3.org/Style/CSS Rust: https://www.rust-lang.org Ada standard: https://www.iso.org/standard/16028.html Web Monetization: https://foundation.mozilla.org/de/campaigns/web-monetization Mozilla's Vision for the Web: https://webvision.mozilla.org/full Peter Watt's Blindsight: https://rifters.com/real/Blindsight.htm Mozilla Manifesto: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/about/manifesto/details

 HPR3628: Building a Mobile Computer Battlestation: Extended Power Supply | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

At the end, I am a little disappointed in the performance. One of the cell banks was discharging quicker than the others, but I replaced it and it is much more efficient now. All the cells were salvaged from old laptops. Figure 0.1 Click the thumbnail to see the full-sized image Figure 0.2 Click the thumbnail to see the full-sized image Figure 0.3 Figure 1 Click the thumbnail to see the full-sized image Figure 2.0 Click the thumbnail to see the full-sized image Figure 2.1 Click the thumbnail to see the full-sized image Figure 2.2 Click the thumbnail to see the full-sized image Figure 2.3 Click the thumbnail to see the full-sized image Figure 3 Click the thumbnail to see the full-sized image Figure 4 Click the thumbnail to see the full-sized image Figure 5 Click the thumbnail to see the full-sized image Figure 6 Click the thumbnail to see the full-sized image Figure 7 Click the thumbnail to see the full-sized image Figure 8 Click the thumbnail to see the full-sized image

 HPR3627: Only Key Duo | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

https://onlykey.io/products/onlykey-duo-dual-usb-c-and-usb-a-security-key set __COMPAT_LAYER=RUNASINVOKER example usage https://github.com/freeload101/SCRIPTS/blob/704689e4febf164008089ecaf192cf03dde752c3/AutoHotkey/AutoHotkey.bat#L65 My post about ghosting your backers: https://onlykey.discourse.group/t/onlykey-duo-hello/643 https://twitter.com/operat0r/status/1511475178345222145

 HPR3626: The stuff Evil Steve doesn't want you to know S01E06: Use a Password Manager | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

The stuff Evil Steve doesn't want you to know with Lurking Prion. This is Season 1, Episode 6. Picking up from the last episode, we are now delving in to the security measures we can implement to make ourselves a less attractive for Evil Steve. After implementing 2FA, we should now be setting up and using a password manager. Then we look for and changed passwords involved in known breaches (haveibeenpwned - link in show notes). The show is approximately 19 minutes long. Links: Has your password been involved in a breach? https://haveibeenpwned.com/ Password Manager Reviews: https://www.tomsguide.com/us/best-password-managers,review-3785.html https://www.pcmag.com/picks/the-best-password-managers https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutter/reviews/best-password-managers/ Stand-Alone Password Managers KeePass https://keepass.info/ KeePassXC https://keepassxc.org/ Recent Authenticator App Reviews https://www.pcmag.com/picks/the-best-authenticator-apps https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutter/reviews/best-two-factor-authentication-app/ Google password manager articles https://privacycrypts.com/password-managers/guides/is-chrome-password-manager-safe/ https://www.experian.com/blogs/ask-experian/is-google-passwordmanager-secure/ Apple iCloud Keychain https://www.imore.com/icloud-keychain https://www.intego.com/mac-security-blog/mac-and-ios-keychain-tutorial-how-apples-icloud-keychain-works/ https://www.podfeet.com/blog/2021/06/icloud-keychain-vs-1password/ iCloud Keychain 2FA - how to https://www.guidingtech.com/use-icloud-keychain-two-factor-authentication/ Apple iCloud Keychain security issues https://www.wired.com/story/keysteal-apple-keychain-attack-shenanigans/ Microsoft Authenticator vs Google Authenticator https://www.365tech.ca/which-one-is-better-microsoft-authenticator-or-google-authenticator/ Google Authenticator https://www.techdim.com/what-is-google-authenticator/ Google Authenticator security issue https://privacypros.io/u2f/stop-using-google-auth/ Microsoft Authenticator

 HPR3610: DOS Wildcards; File Attributes | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

For this lesson we are going to fill in a couple of concepts that we will need before we go further with directories. Wildcards can let you look for files and directories without specifying the complete name, and look for items with similar names or file extensions. And file attributes are an important part of file management. Links: https://www.ahuka.com/dos-lessons-for-self-study-purposes/dos-lesson-11-dos-wildcards-file-attributes/

 HPR3609: Linux Inlaws S01E57: Operating System Level Virtualisation and Martin's Faith | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode our two ageing heroes take a closer at operating system (OS) level virtualisation. The main different legacy virtualisation technologies like virtual machines (VMs) and this new-fangled approach is that the OS kernel remains the same across virtualisation domains, thus giving the hippsters and other followers of fashion a cheaper and potentially much faster solution than virtualising the kernel and surrounding hawrdware and all the rest of it. Plus more details on Martin's real faith. Don't miss out on this episode if you're interested in any of these... Links: Craíc: https://www.irelandlogue.com/irish-slang/irish-slang.html Celts: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celts Celtic languages: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celtic_languages#Living_languages [a-zA-Z]+ Virtualisation: https://www.vmware.com/content/dam/digitalmarketing/vmware/en/pdf/techpaper/VMware_paravirtualization.pdf Hypervisor: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypervisor BSD Jails: https://docs.freebsd.org/en/books/handbook/jails Solaris Zones: https://www.oracle.com/technical-resources/articles/it-infrastructure/o11-092-s11-zones-intro.html Docker: https://docs.docker.com/engine LXC: https://linuxcontainers.org Open Container Iniative: https://opencontainers.org Podman: https://podman.io Double-fork: http://thelinuxjedi.blogspot.com/2014/02/why-use-double-fork-to-daemonize.html CRI-O: https://github.com/cri-o/cri-o CGroups: https://www.kernel.org/doc/html/latest/admin-guide/cgroup-v2.html Namespaces: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux_namespaces The gory details: http://www.haifux.org/lectures/299/netLec7.pdf Dockerfiles: https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/builder Containerd: https://containerd.io From Dusk Till Dawn (TV series): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/From_Dusk_till_Dawn:_The_Series

 HPR3608: Battling with English - part 5 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Overview This time I have three main subjects to discuss, all of them dealing with misunderstandings of words: Mistakes made with homophones, one group of examples The definition gets a little technical, see the Wikipedia description. Misunderstandings of words from other languages Pundit Looking at Eggcorns (a name chosen from a misspelling of acorn) Wikipedia: an alteration of a phrase through the mishearing or reinterpretation of one or more of its elements Long notes Follow this link to read the detailed notes associated with this episode. Links Misunderstanding homophones: Wikipedia article on homophones Confusing reign and rein Definitions of reign: Free Dictionary: reign Merriam-Webster: reign Definitions of rein: Free Dictionary: rein Merriam-Webster: rein Misunderstanding imported words: Bee Dictionary: pundint or pundit Definitions of pundit: Free Dictionary: pundit Merriam-Webster: pundit Wikipedia article: Jawaharlal Nehru, aka Pandit Nehru Eggcorns: Wikipedia article on Eggcorns The Eggcorn Database The Eggcorn Forum Wikipedia article on Alzheimer’s disease Cruel, Clever Cat, by Geoffrey Taylor a joke on the Eggcorn baited breath Previous episodes in this series: Battling with English - part 1 Battling with English - part 2 Battling with English - part 3 Battling with English - part 4

 HPR3607: The Best Eggs in the World | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This is an Emergency show This show is from the emergency show pool. You are hearing this because there was a free slot that was not filled. Hacker Public Radio is a community effort, that will only continue if people like you submit shows. If you have not submitted a show this year, then please record an introduction about yourself, and how you got into tech. Then post it to, Hacker Public Radio dot org forward slash, upload. The Best Eggs in the World Today's show is brought to you by pokey 1/6 large onion 3-5 medium mushrooms 2 eggs 1-2 slices of cheese 2 pieces of toast Garlic Powder, Salt, Pepper, butter to taste. If you have comments, please leave them in the comments section for the show here at http://hackerpublicradio.org If you had submitted a real episode of HPR, you wouldn't have found this in your feed today. :-P

 HPR3606: Infinity is just a big number and other proofs | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Response to hpr3568 Title PopKorn Episode 2: Programming, Mathematics, and Asymmetric Literacy Artist BlacKernel Album Hacker Public Radio Comment https://hackerpublicradio.org Clean; in This episOde, blackeRnel Tries to help yoU undeRstand Enough about math and programming The license is CC-BY-SA Date 2022 Track Number 3568 Genre Podcast https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mathematical_joke Mathematicians are also shown as averse to making hasty generalizations from a small amount of data, even if some form of generalization seems plausible: An astronomer, a physicist and a mathematician are on a train in Scotland. The astronomer looks out of the window, sees a black sheep standing in a field, and remarks, "How odd. All the sheep in Scotland are black!" "No, no, no!" says the physicist. "Only some Scottish sheep are black." The mathematician rolls his eyes at his companions' muddled thinking and says, "In Scotland, there is at least one sheep, at least one side of which appears to be black from here some of the time."[Stewart, Ian (1995). Concepts of Modern Mathematics. ISBN 9780486134956.] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mathematical_proof A mathematical proof is an inferential argument for a mathematical statement, showing that the stated assumptions logically guarantee the conclusion. Stated assumptions https://nixnet.social/objects/bc9d7dd8-66a5-4aae-ab21-6f77ad4191d3 BlacKernel @BlacKernel@nixnet.social Mar 21, 2022, 19:01. Saying you don't need to know math to do programming is like saying you don't need to know how to read in order to write. Technically true, but it makes it way easier. Simplifying the statement Knowing math makes programming way easier. Rearrange and problem There are no humans that ever existed or will ever exist that will not find programming easier having a knowledge of maths. I exist. I do not find programming easier despite my knowledge of maths. Q.E.D. other points "Ability to think logically - which is what math is." This assumes that math is the only field where the ability to think logically exists. Math is a subset of logical thinking and not the other way around. I can think of hundreds of occupations that require logical thinking that do not require any maths. It would be difficult to argue this point as it could be argued, as most people are exposed to counting no matter what level of literacy they may have access to. So let us refer to studies with crows that shows that they do think logically - despite any math knowledge. Using the Aesop's Fable Paradigm to Investigate Causal Understanding of Water Displacement by New Caledonian Crows Tool Manufacture in Crows Programming is ... The wikipeda entry has 19 other definitions for programming but OK. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Program Asymmetric literacy "Is an example where you can read or write in a specific language but not necessarily doing both." Chinese written language can be understood by multiple spoken languages. However the nuance is greater if the writer and rea

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