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hpr2469 :: A flight itinerary in Bash

Working out dates and times in a Bash script

Hosted by Dave Morriss on 2018-01-18 is flagged as Explicit and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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A flight itinerary in Bash

My daughter flew out to New Zealand before Christmas 2017 to spend some time with her brother, who had been there with his girlfriend since November. I saw her flight itinerary from the airline, but had no idea of how the times related to time back home, so I wrote a little Bash script to calculate times in UTC (my local timezone).

Both of my children have travelled a fair bit in the past few years. I like to keep track of where they are and how they are progressing through their journeys because otherwise I tend to worry. This one was a reasonably simple journey, two flights via Doha in Qatar, with not too long a wait between them. The overall journey was long of course.

When my daughter flew out to Indonesia in 2015 (4 flights and a boat trip, over 38 hours travel time) I built a spreadsheet. Just whatever provides a good distraction!

The rest of the notes, including details of the date command and the script I wrote can be found here.

  • GNU documentation for date (You can also use man date or info date for the full details. I prefer the HTML version because I don't like the info tool very much).
  • The GNU Bash Reference Manual
  • Dann Wasko's "Linux in the Shell" episode hpr1182 :: LiTS 023: Date, which is full of useful information.
  • Resources:
    • The script I wrote, called edi_akl (named to denote the starting and ending airports).

hpr2468 :: THE WELL

I record a video with audio on my fathers well setup in the sticks

Hosted by operat0r on 2018-01-17 is flagged as Explicit and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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I record a video with audio on my fathers well setup in the sticks

hpr2467 :: I randomly talk about my laptops

Random talk about my laptops and the linux distros that are on them

Hosted by swift110 on 2018-01-16 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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Just decided to start talking about my laptops after I installed Ubuntu Mate 16.04 to my x60.

hpr2465 :: TronScript where have you been all my life!

I take an initial look at TronScript and its features

Hosted by operat0r on 2018-01-12 is flagged as Explicit and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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hpr2464 :: The Alien Brothers Podcast - S01E04 - Digital Instruments

Casper and Rutiger Detail their Digital and Analog Sonic Setups in IOS and Android

Hosted by The Alien Brothers Podcast (ABP) on 2018-01-11 is flagged as Explicit and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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Casper and Rutiger are back with a very simple topic: Making music with various Digital Audio Workstations.

Rutiger details his MacOS / iOS platform and the Apps he uses to create his noise:

Casper details his Windows setup with a relatively cheap DAW and various Analog and Digital transmissions he uses to create his noise:


hpr2463 :: Setting up a 32 Bit Ubuntu Server

Repurpose a 32 bit small form factor working station

Hosted by JWP on 2018-01-10 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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So what is the purpose - I had an old windows backup workstation at work that I did a lot backups with. It got to the point where it was just too slow and low spec to handle the windows 7 updates and with my company switching to the 365/sharepoint/one drive it was not needed anymore. So I wanted not to throw it away as I had sprung for 160GB hard drive a long time ago. “I know at work and purchasing a hard drive for work.” But it lasted more than 10 years doing my outlook backups and file shares.

So my first problem was I was pretty sure I only had 32 bit.

So no centos or suse in 32 bit. I could have went fedora but I wanted a really long time with support. So it came down to ubuntu 16.04, Debian or Net BSD with I386 repos I could use long term. I was more comfortable with Ubuntu and 16.04 has about 3 years support left on it.

Its a small form factor computer so I carried it home for a few days. And got the ISO down loaded again no usb drive boot only DVD.

So what is it. I did a uname -a and and looked at the proc cpu to see what the cpu was.
The second linked worked best.

I had a lot of trouble with lamp and own/next cloud with both snaps and straight install. I broke the install several times. In the end I said what do really know how do well with it right now. So I installed Open SSH server, tightVNC, A really thin xfce 4, ffmpeg and youtube-dl and uget. So I will play with snaps only in the future and keep this basic config.

Note I did not auto start VNC because I found in my creations of this server that it used too much RAM vs just starting it and killing it.

It is the perfect video processing machine in the moment. If youtube-dl can’t get it I can use uget via vnc and that will then transcode if needed. Mostly for mp3. youtube-dl is a command-line program to download videos from and a few more sites. It requires the Python interpreter, version 2.6, 2.7, or 3.2+, and it is not platform specific. It should work on your Unix box, on Windows or on Mac OS X. It is released to the public domain, which means you can modify it, redistribute it or use it however you like.

I will work on the nextcloud snap and other snaps as they are easy to install or remove without hurting the base system.

Possible other projects - Owncloud or Storj
One you can make a little money with it :)

hpr2462 :: AudioBookClub-14-Triplanetary-(First-in-the-Lensman-Series)

The HPR_AudioBookClub discusses Triplanetary: First in the Lensman Series by E. E. "Doc" Smith

Hosted by HPR_AudioBookClub on 2018-01-09 is flagged as Explicit and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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In this episode, the HPR_AudioBookClub discusses Triplanetary: First in the Lensman Series by E. E. "Doc" Smith.

Non-Spoiler Thoughts

  • Like the last AudioBook, we all felt that there were quite a few cliches in the story, however this book is probably the source of most of the cliches it uses.
  • If you want to see what Lensmen doesn't look like watch this:


As usual, the HPR_AudioBookClub took some time to review the beverages that each of us were drinking during the episode

Other Things We Talked About


City Of Masks by Mike Reeves-McMillan


The rest of the Lensman Series:

What the new Star Wars movies should have been about:


Thank you very much for listening to this episode of the HPR_AudioBookClub. We had a great time recording this show, and we hope you enjoyed it as well. We also hope you'll consider joining us next time. Please leave a few words in the episode's comment section.
As always; remember to visit the HPR contribution page HPR could really use your help right now.

The HPR_AudioBookClub

P.S. Some people really like finding mistakes. For their enjoyment, we always include a few.


This episode was processed using Audacity We've been making small adjustments to our audio mix each month in order to get the best possible sound. It's been especially challenging getting all of our voices relatively level, because everyone has their own unique setup. Mumble is great for bringing us all together, and for recording, but it's not good at making everyone's voice the same volume. We're pretty happy with the way this month's show turned out, so we'd like to share our editing process and settings with you and our future selves (who, of course, will have forgotten all this by then).

Mumble uses a sample rate of 48kHz, but HPR requires a sample rate of 44.1kHz so the first step in our audio process is to resample the file at 44.1kHz. Resampling can take a long time if you don't have a powerful computer, and sometimes even if you do. If you record late at night, like we do, you may want to start the task before you go to bed, and save it first thing in the morning, so that the file is ready to go the next time you are.

Next we use the "Compressor" effect with the following settings:

  • Threshold: -30db
  • Noise Floor: -50db
  • Ratio: 3:1
  • Attack Time: 0.2sec
  • Decay Time: 1.0 sec
  • "Make-up Gain for 0db after compressing" and "compress based on peaks" were both left un-checked.

After compressing the audio we cut any pre-show and post-show chatter from the file and save them in a separate file for possible use as outtakes after the closing music.

At this point we listen back to the whole file and we work on the shownotes. This is when we can cut out anything that needs to be cut, and we can also make sure that we put any links in the shownotes that were talked about during the recording of the show. We finish the shownotes before exporting the .aup file to .FLAC so that we can paste a copy of the shownotes into the audio file's metadata. We use the "Truncate Silence" effect with it's default settings to minimize the silence between people speaking. When used with it's default (or at least reasonable) settings, Truncate Silence is extremely effective and satisfying. It makes everyone sound smarter, it makes the file shorter without destroying actual content, and it makes a conversations sound as easy and fluid during playback as it was while it was recorded. It can be even more effective if you can train yourself to remain silent instead of saying "uuuuummmm." Just remember to ONLY pass the file through Truncate Silence ONCE. If you pass it through a second time, or if you set it too aggressively your audio may sound sped up and choppy.

At this point we add new, empty audio tracks into which we paste the intro, outro and possibly outtakes, and we rename each track accordingly.

We adjust the Gain so that the VU meter in Audacity hovers around -12db while people are speaking, and we try to keep the peaks under -6db, and we adjust the Gain on each of the new tracks so that all volumes are similar, and more importantly comfortable. Once this is done we can "Mix and Render" all of our tracks into a single track for export to the .FLAC file which is uploaded to the HPR FTP server.

Remember to save often when using Audacity. We like to save after each of these steps. Audacity has a reputation for being "crashy" but if you remember save after every major transform, you will wonder how it ever got that reputation.

hpr2461 :: Gitolite

Using Gitolite to administer your Git server.

Hosted by klaatu on 2018-01-08 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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Gitolite provides an admin a centralised interface, in the form of a configuration file, to make managing users, user permissions, repos, and user and repo groups easy. It abstracts Git users from UNIX users by defining a user by public keys, and manages permissions down to the branch-level. And better yet, it is itself managed over Git.

Proper documentation is available on

hpr2460 :: The Alien Brothers Podcast - S01E03 - Decline of American Empire

The Alien Brothers penetrate the Van Allen belt to tap in, and transmit an intergalactic podcast

Hosted by The Alien Brothers Podcast (ABP) on 2018-01-05 is flagged as Explicit and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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Casper and Rutiger opt for a time of ease and relaxation by discussing happy light topics: the decline of American Empire and recent reversal of Net Neutrality protections [or the rollout of Net Neuterality -c] (December 2017).

Links and Notes:

Re: Empire - moral decline and massive wealth inequality, role in imperial decline [1] -r
Re: Empire - Noam Chomsky and Decline of American Empire [2] -r
Re: Empire - moral decline - death as sport (Onion spoof) [3] -r
Re: Net Neutrality - Rutiger apologies - to Casper, for completely derailing the conversation on Net Neutrality by believing that pay-for-bandwidth/capacity and limiting access to content are both legitimate elements of the Net Neutrality debate, but over-focusing on the infrastructure/de-emphasizing the content argument. See Prevent Over-Use of Bandwidth and Pricing Models vs. Data Discrimination [4] -r
Re: Empire - consumption of human suffering as entertainment - modern Roman colosseum [5] -r
Re: Empire - the thought leaders over at Reddit on elements of declining empire [6] -r
Re: Thoughts - Volume One Chapter Two of Diek Minusky’s The Nature of Systems will be coming with… episode 4! Sorry folks. Hold… hold! -r
Re: Getting Things Done - by David Allen [7]

Timeline / Additional Links:

00:00:00 - 00:13:00 Settling in - Casper and Rutiger get acquainted after being off the air for a while. Skip this part if you don’t care about the characters Casper and Rutiger and their degeneration…
Begin Topic 1: Net Neuterality / Net Neutrality Rollback
00:14:00 - 00:30:00 The Deployment of Net Neuterality / Rollback of Net Neutrality - Casper attempts to boil this topic down nice and easy for Rutiger, yet Rutiger conflates this (see above), but that is OK as this is normal for pleebs. Members of HPR will understand.
00:30:00 - 00:36:00 Fox & Disney Merger - Coincidence or Conspiracy on timing w/ Net Neutrality rollback?
00:36:00 - 00:40:30 How Should HPR Community Respond or Mitigate This? Credit goes to Rob Placone and Jimmy Dore for mentioning Municipality developed internet
00:40:30 - 00:48:00 Discussion on Availability of Access
00:48:00 - 00:52:00 Casper takes a sharp pivot off track - A satellite is mentioned and Casper brings up DMB unfortunately for the listener
00:52:00 - 00:56:00 FREESTYLE JAM!@&#%^
00:58:00 - Ron Swanson has words for Ajit Pai
01:00:00 - Rutiger Does Not Speak in Tribe Called Quest Protocol call and response
01:05:00 - 01:20:00 Casper and Rutiger give their distinct definition of Empire and expand upon this
01:20:00 - 01:23:00 MUDs, OG Tech & Being Alone Together
01:23:00 - Casper mentions 150 people own EVERYTHING as mentioned here by Chamath Palihapitiya
“During his View From The Top talk, Chamath Palihapitiya, founder and CEO of Social Capital, discussed how money is an instrument of change which should be used to make the world a better place”
01:27:00 - 01:30:00 - Being Alone Together
01:30:00 - 01:33:00 - Bullying and how Technology can Exponentiate this
01:33:00 - How to DEBUG… seriously
01:39:00 - Consumerism and the Decline of Empire
01:40:00 - DW Documentaries Casper said he would find
Greed -
The Divide Part 1 -
The Divide Part 2 -
01:42:00 - Immortality Through Consumerism?
01:43:00 - Where are we if Not Here?
01:45:00 - Self Destruction
01:46:00 - Celebrity Chefs and the Tie to the Roman Empire - Casper remembered post-cast that this was from The Four Horsemen Documentary as explained here:
01:47:00 - Casper (Mis)Quotes Frank Zappa - by saying “Politics is the entertainment branch of the Military Industrial Complex”
01:48:00 - (S)Elections are becoming irrelevant
01:50:00 - Casper recommends International News Alternatives like BBC, RT, AlJazeera if you would like to know what is going on in the world
Addendum - Not mentioned in Podcast, but worth a link regarding the state of our MSM in reporting false information on Russia and WikiLeaks from Glenn Greenwald:
01:51:00 - Wrapping Up The Show & ShoutOuts to Klaatu!
01:53:00 - Casper argues with Gerald to cut the recording

Previous five weeks

hpr2459 :: free software's long tail hosted by Joey Hess

Released: 2018-01-04. Duration: 00:07:16. Flag: Clean.
Tags: pdmenu,free software.
Response to hpr2443 :: pdmenu by pdmenu's author

hpr2458 :: Chrome Plugins You Must Have hosted by operat0r

Released: 2018-01-03. Duration: 00:10:43. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: Chrome extensions.
I go over my current list of Chrome plugins and how I secure my browser

hpr2457 :: Getting ready for my new Macbook Pro hosted by knightwise

Released: 2018-01-02. Duration: 00:19:25. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: Macbook Pro, Homebrew, warranty, case, cables.
Knightwise is about to order a new macbook pro and shares some tips and tricks

hpr2456 :: HPR Community News for December 2017 hosted by HPR Volunteers

Released: 2018-01-01. Duration: 01:27:09. Flag: Explicit. Series: HPR Community News.
Tags: Community News.
HPR Volunteers talk about shows released and comments posted in December 2017

hpr2455 :: Interface Zero RPG Part 5 hosted by klaatu

Released: 2017-12-29. Duration: 01:24:34. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: game,gaming,tabletop,rpg.
Klaatu, Lobath, and Thaj play the Interface Zero RPG part 5

hpr2454 :: The Alien Brothers Podcast - S01E02 - Strictly Hacking hosted by The Alien Brothers Podcast (ABP)

Released: 2017-12-28. Duration: 01:46:29. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: Uber Hack, Intel ME, Alien Brothers.
Casper and Rutiger discuss the Uber hacks and the Intel ME known and unknown vulnerabilties

hpr2453 :: The power of GNU Readline - part 2 hosted by Dave Morriss

Released: 2017-12-27. Duration: 00:19:25. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: command line,cli,GNU Readline.
Various ways of deleting and undeleting on the command line with GNU Readline

hpr2452 :: Hydraulic Heavy Scale Project hosted by David Whitman

Released: 2017-12-26. Duration: 00:22:19. Flag: Clean.
Tags: Hydraulic Jack Mod, DIY, Travel Trailer Balance.
Hydraulic Jack Mod, DIY, Travel Trailer Balance

hpr2451 :: Server Basics 105 OpenVPN Client hosted by klaatu

Released: 2017-12-25. Duration: 00:32:11. Flag: Clean.
Tags: server,vpn,sys admin.
Klaatu walks you through installing and configuring an OpenVPN client

hpr2450 :: Android Audio with viper 4 android and magisk hosted by operat0r

Released: 2017-12-22. Duration: 00:10:09. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: audio,android.
I go over some ways to help manage audio with android

hpr2449 :: Org-mode mobile solution hosted by Brian in Ohio

Released: 2017-12-21. Duration: 00:09:38. Flag: Clean.
Tags: emacs,org-mode,mobile,mobile-org app,pi-top,pocketchip,Android.
My search for taking org mode on the road

hpr2448 :: Useful Bash functions - part 3 hosted by Dave Morriss

Released: 2017-12-20. Duration: 00:33:53. Flag: Explicit. Series: Bash Scripting.
Tags: coding,Bash,script,function.
A few more possibly useful Bash functions are discussed

hpr2447 :: Server Basics 104 OpenVPN Server hosted by klaatu

Released: 2017-12-19. Duration: 00:43:15. Flag: Clean.
Tags: server,vpn,sys admin.
Klaatu walks you through installing and configuring OpenVPN Server

hpr2446 :: Git server and git hooks hosted by klaatu

Released: 2017-12-18. Duration: 00:40:30. Flag: Clean.
Tags: git.
Klaatu talks about running git on a server, and explains git hooks.

hpr2445 :: Information Underground: Backwards Capitalism hosted by lostnbronx

Released: 2017-12-15. Duration: 00:48:16. Flag: Clean.
Tags: information underground,capitalism,klaatu,deepgeek,lostnbronx.
Klaatu, Deepgeek, and Lostnbronx talk about markets, innovation, and opportunity.

hpr2444 :: Interface Zero Play-through Part 4 hosted by klaatu

Released: 2017-12-14. Duration: 00:32:07. Flag: Clean.
Tags: rpg,game,play,pathfinder,dnd.
Klaatu, Lobath, and Thaj play the Interface Zero RPG

hpr2443 :: pdmenu hosted by Dave Morriss

Released: 2017-12-13. Duration: 00:15:27. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: command line,menu,pdmenu,.pdmenurc.
I have been using this menu tool over the past year, and I really like it

hpr2442 :: The sound of Woodbrook Quaker Study centre in the Spring hosted by Tony Hughes AKA TonyH1212

Released: 2017-12-12. Duration: 00:15:37. Flag: Clean. Series: Sound Scapes.
Tags: birdsong.
I recorded the sound of bird song at Woodbrook Quaker study Centre in Birmingham UK in April 2017

hpr2441 :: Server Basics 103 hosted by klaatu

Released: 2017-12-11. Duration: 00:29:33. Flag: Clean.
Tags: server,admin,sys admin,linux.
Firewalls and fail2ban

hpr2440 :: How to save bad beans or the French press hosted by cobra2

Released: 2017-12-08. Duration: 00:00:57. Flag: Explicit. Series: Coffee.
Tags: driving, coffee.
how to hash tag coffee?

hpr2439 :: Internal Logic of Stories hosted by lostnbronx

Released: 2017-12-07. Duration: 00:19:12. Flag: Clean.
Tags: stories,storytelling,gaming,rpg,movies,writing,star trek,stardrifter,warp,starjump,lostnbronx.
Lostnbronx talks about stories and story consistency.

hpr2438 :: Gnu Awk - Part 8 hosted by Dave Morriss

Released: 2017-12-06. Duration: 00:20:39. Flag: Explicit. Series: Learning Awk.
Tags: Awk utility,Awk language,gawk,loops.
More about loops

hpr2437 :: Interface Zero Play-through Part 3 hosted by klaatu

Released: 2017-12-05. Duration: 00:42:23. Flag: Explicit. Series: Tabletop Gaming.
Tags: cyberpunk,rpg,game.
Klaatu, Lobath, and Thaj play the Interface Zero RPG

hpr2436 :: HPR Community News for November 2017 hosted by HPR Volunteers

Released: 2017-12-04. Duration: 01:27:21. Flag: Explicit. Series: HPR Community News.
Tags: Community News.
HPR Volunteers talk about shows released and comments posted in November 2017

hpr2435 :: Server Basics 102 hosted by klaatu

Released: 2017-12-01. Duration: 00:48:46. Flag: Clean.
Tags: server,admin,sys admin,linux.
Klaatu talks about SSH configuration on the server you set up in 101.

hpr2434 :: Cybrosis hosted by HPR_AudioBookClub

Released: 2017-11-30. Duration: 01:39:18. Flag: Explicit. Series: HPR_AudioBookClub.
Tags: Cybrosis, HPR AudioBook Club, cyberpunk, audio fiction, P.C. Haring, Free Culture.
The HPR AudioBook Club discusses Cybrosis by P.C. Haring

hpr2433 :: You were right, I was wrong hosted by Ken Fallon

Released: 2017-11-29. Duration: 00:08:39. Flag: Clean.
Tags: Correction.
Ken eats humble pie

hpr2432 :: Living with the Nokia 6 – an update to HPR 2405 hosted by Tony Hughes AKA TonyH1212

Released: 2017-11-28. Duration: 00:05:16. Flag: Clean. Series: Hardware upgrades.
Tags: Android, Nokia 6, Phones, New Kit, OnePlus1.
An update to my show on the Nokia 6 phone

hpr2431 :: Information Underground: Local Control hosted by lostnbronx

Released: 2017-11-27. Duration: 00:40:31. Flag: Explicit. Series: Information Underground.
Tags: community,information underground,klaatu,deepgeek,lostnbronx.
Deepgeek, Klaatu, and Lostnbronx natter on about local participation and responsibility.

hpr2430 :: Scanning books hosted by Ken Fallon

Released: 2017-11-24. Duration: 00:12:20. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: book scanning.
Ken explains how and why he is scanning school books

hpr2429 :: Interface Zero RPG Play hosted by klaatu

Released: 2017-11-23. Duration: 00:31:42. Flag: Clean. Series: Tabletop Gaming.
Tags: actual play,rpg,gaming,live play.
Klaatu, Lobath, and Thaj play the Interface Zero RPG part 2

hpr2428 :: git Blobs hosted by klaatu

Released: 2017-11-22. Duration: 00:33:02. Flag: Clean.
Tags: git.
Klaatu talks about git-media and git-annex

hpr2427 :: Server Basics 101 hosted by klaatu

Released: 2017-11-21. Duration: 00:43:10. Flag: Clean.
Tags: server,admin,sys admin,linux.
Klaatu endeavours to explain the basics of server administration.

hpr2426 :: Let's Talk About Addiction hosted by lostnbronx

Released: 2017-11-20. Duration: 00:10:55. Flag: Explicit. Series: Health and Healthcare.
Tags: addiction,mental health.
Lostnbronx shares some thoughts about the need to talk about addiction.

hpr2425 :: Intro to XSL hosted by klaatu

Released: 2017-11-17. Duration: 00:41:42. Flag: Clean.
Tags: docbook,xml,xsl.
A brief introduction to XSL and xsltproc

hpr2424 :: Interface Zero RPG Play hosted by klaatu

Released: 2017-11-16. Duration: 00:50:10. Flag: Clean. Series: Tabletop Gaming.
Tags: actual play,rpg,gaming,live play.
Klaatu, Lobath, and Thaj play the Interface Zero RPG

hpr2423 :: Open Source Gaming #2: Oolite hosted by TheDUDE

Released: 2017-11-15. Duration: 00:07:11. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: Gaming, Open Source.
Episode 2 is about the space travel simulator Oolite, which is an open source remake of Elite

hpr2422 :: Kickstarter Post Mortem hosted by klaatu

Released: 2017-11-14. Duration: 00:46:03. Flag: Clean. Series: Tabletop Gaming.
Tags: Crowd Funding,Kickstarter,Tabletop Gaming.
Klaatu talks about his failed Kickstarter campaign

hpr2421 :: Project Interest hosted by lostnbronx

Released: 2017-11-13. Duration: 00:08:38. Flag: Clean.
Tags: foss,collaboration,writing,projects.
Lostnbronx wonders how some projects die for lack of interest.

hpr2420 :: Netbooks - Keeping an old friend alive hosted by Beeza

Released: 2017-11-10. Duration: 00:16:19. Flag: Clean.
Tags: Netbooks, Raspbian, Distros.
Why netbooks are not necessarily obsolete and how to keep them performing well

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