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Your ideas, projects, opinions - podcasted.

New episodes Monday through Friday.

Welcome to HPR the Community Podcast

We started producing shows as Today with a Techie on 2005-09-19, 16 years, 4 months, 5 days ago. Our shows are produced by listeners like you and can be on any topic that "are of interest to Hackers". If you listen to HPR then please consider contributing one show a year. If you record your show now it could be released in 15 days.

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Latest Shows

hpr3512 :: Auld Acquaintance

flappin gums aboot auld hardware and how I use it.

Hosted by Jezra on 2022-01-18 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: auld hardware, photography.
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Toshiba Satellite L455-S5000

The script!


# target dir is ~/Photos/YYYY-MM-DD_Hm
targetDir="/home/$USER/Photos/$(date +"%F_%H%M")"

# create the dir
mkdir $targetDir

# cd to dir
cd $targetDir

# kill all gphoto stuff
pkill -f gphoto2

# get the files
gphoto2 --get-all-files

# delete all files on camera recursively
gphoto2 -DR

hpr3511 :: Podman like Vagrant

This is how I use Podman on the desktop

Hosted by klaatu on 2022-01-17 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: containers, podman, docker, vagrant.
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I used to use Vagrant to spin up minimal virtual machines when I needed to test code on a different distro than what I ran. Lately I've switched to Podman.

Install Podman with your distribution's package manager.

Configure it:

$ sudo --add-subuids 200000-265536 \
--add-subgids 200000-265536 \

Create a directory to share data between your container and your localhost:

$ mkdir data

Run a container, with your ./data directory mapped to /storage in the container:

$ podman run -it --volume ./data:/storage:Z busybox

hpr3510 :: Syntax, Switches, and Help

We continue our look the old warhorse, DOS. This time it is Syntax, Switches, and Help.

Hosted by Ahuka on 2022-01-14 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: DOS, early PC computing, syntax, switches, help.
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Since DOS is a command line type of operating system, it is really important that you understand the syntax of commands. The good news is that the system will do what you tell it to do. But the bad news is that it will do what you tell it to do. You have to tell it in the precisely correct way, and that means Syntax. And with a number of commands you can modify them using Switches. And where do you learn all about Syntax and Switches? Why, in the HELP system, of course!

hpr3509 :: Linux Inlaws S01E46: The Matrix Project (Without Neo)

The Matrix Project Without Neo

Hosted by monochromec on 2022-01-13 is flagged as Explicit and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: Matrix, Element, federated social network, peer-to-peer communication.
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In this episode, the Inlaws are hosting Neil Johnson, VP of Engineering at Element. But this is not just about this popular Matrix graphical user interface but rather about this federated communication network dubbed as the next big thing after Mastodon and Discord, soon to take over the world (pretty much like the Inlaws themselves - it's gonna get crowded... :-).


hpr3508 :: Differences between C# and Haskell

tuturto talks about some of the differences between C# and Haskell

Hosted by tuturto on 2022-01-12 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: haskell, c#, programming.
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This episode covers some of the differences between C# and Haskell. I'm probably going to omit lot of things accidentally.

  • Origin: practical language for solving real world problems vs. programming language research
  • Main paradigm: object oriented vs purely functional
  • Changing data: mutability vs. immutability
  • Data structures: inheritance vs. composition
  • Execution model: strict vs. nonstrict
  • Side effects: anywhere vs. specifically marked areas in the code

Thanks for listening, if you have any questions or comments, you can reach me via email or in fediverse, where I'm Or even better, you could record your own hacker public radio episode.

hpr3507 :: USB Turntable fix and sound journey

USB Turntable fix and sound journey with arecord, asound and ffmpeg

Hosted by Archer72 on 2022-01-11 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: Vinyl, album, Vinyl album, record album, aplay, arecord, alsaloop, ffmpeg,retro, USB turntable.
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Partial list of albums

  • Journey - Frontiers
  • Journey - Evolution
  • Journey - Greatest Hits
  • Journey - Departure
  • Chicago - 2 albums - unknown titles
  • John Denver - Rocky Mountain Christmas
  • Inside Star Trek (1976)
    • SIDE I Inside Star Trek Star Trek Theme William Shatner Meets Captain Kirk The Origin of Spock Sarek's Son Spock The Questor Affair
    • SIDE II The Enterprise Runs Aground McCoy's Rx for Life The Star Trek Philosophy Asimov's World of Science Fiction A Letter From a Network Censor The Star Trek Dream Ballad I/Ballad II)*

Inside Star Trek album: Cover
Inside Star Trek album: Cover
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Inside Star Trek album: Contents
Inside Star Trek album: Contents
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I found a turntable at the thrift store, and the spindle ran, but the platter did not. The belt had slipped off, and here is the fix.

How to remove platter
How to remove platter
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Belt placement
Belt placement
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Routing Audio from a USB Turntable to HDMI using a Raspberry Pi

Send input to output

alsaloop -t 500000 -C hw:CARD=CODEC,DEV=0 -P default:CARD=b1

alsaloop man page

Parameter b1 is found by

pi@retropie:~ $ aplay -l
**** List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices ****
card 0: b1 [bcm2835 HDMI 1], device 0: bcm2835 HDMI 1 [bcm2835 HDMI 1]

Raspberry Pi as a USB audio capture device

Used hw:CARD=CODEC,DEV=0 derived from 'arecord -L'

USB Audio CODEC, USB Audio
Direct hardware device without any conversions

arecord man page

   -D, --device=NAME
    Select PCM by name
    -V, --vumeter=TYPE
    Specifies the VU-meter type, either stereo or mono. The stereo VU-meter is available only for 2-channel stereo samples with interleaved format.
    -c, --channels=#
    The number of channels. The default is one channel. Valid values are 1 through 32.
    -f --format=FORMAT
    Sample format
    Recognized sample formats are: S8 U8 S16_LE S16_BE U16_LE U16_BE S24_LE S24_BE U24_LE U24_BE S32_LE S32_BE U32_LE U32_BE FLOAT_LE FLOAT_BE FLOAT64_LE FLOAT64_BE IEC958_SUBFRAME_LE IEC958_SUBFRAME_BE MU_LAW A_LAW IMA_ADPCM MPEG GSM SPECIAL S24_3LE S24_3BE U24_3LE U24_3BE S20_3LE S20_3BE U20_3LE U20_3BE S18_3LE S18_3BE U18_3LE
    Some of these may not be available on selected hardware
    The available format shortcuts are:

    -f cd (16 bit little endian, 44100, stereo) [-f S16_LE -c2 -r44100]
    -f cdr (16 bit big endian, 44100, stereo) [-f S16_BE -c2 -f44100]
    -f dat (16 bit little endian, 48000, stereo) [-f S16_LE -c2 -r48000]

Recording to FLAC

How can one record mic audio straight to a FLAC file?

ffmpeg -f alsa -ar 48000 -ac 1 -i hw:0 testfile.flac

Took out the "-ac 1", which downmixed the input to mono

Change hw:0 to hw:2 based on

pi@retropie:~/vinyl $ arecord -l
**** List of CAPTURE Hardware Devices ****
card 2: USB20 [AV TO USB2.0], device 0: USB Audio [USB Audio]
Subdevices: 1/1
Subdevice #0: subdevice #0

ffmpeg -f alsa -ar 48000 -i hw:2 testfile_stereo.flac

FFmpeg Audio Channel Manipulation

hpr3505 :: A DX with Hotel Bravo 9 Hotel November Tango

Ken (PA7KEN) and Beni (HB9HNT) talk about getting your HAM ticket in Switzerland

Hosted by beni on 2022-01-07 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: Swiss,BAKOM,HamRadioTrainer,HB9.
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HAM Radio Organizations

The HAM Page of the Swiss Federal Office of Communications, BAKOM:

Union of Swiss Short Wave Amateurs, they manage the local associations and the use of the frequencies for relays and automated stations:


Most likely the best way to prepare for the exam is attending a preparation course from a local Association, of have a brother who did and forwarded all the background info and documents to me. ;) But apart from having a brother I did the following:

The online version of the books I read: - again in German. They're mainly geared towards the German exams but the knowledge contained is useful for the Swiss exams, too.

I mainly used the HamRadioTrainer to prepare for the exam. This is a Windows application which however works pretty well in wine. I was told that the Swiss questions are rather old, 2017ish.

I was told that there are mobile apps with more recent questions but I couldn't be bothered to check whether they exist on F-Droid.

The BAKOM also has a site about the exams, containing PDFs with example questions, of course again everything in German:

hpr3504 :: James Webb Space Telescope

Andrew and Dave watch the launch of the JWST

Hosted by Dave Morriss on 2022-01-06 is flagged as Explicit and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: astronomy,telescope,rocket launch,JWST,NASA,ESA,CSA.
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On Christmas Day 2021 at 12:20 UTC the James Webb Space Telescope was launched. This is the largest telescope ever sent into space and the project has been delayed for many years. The entire astronomical community was very nervous about the launch and about the phase that will follow as the telescope is set up for use.

Andrew Conway was previously a professional Astronomer, and Dave is very interested in the subject as an amateur. They got together on Mumble to witness the launch, and the dialogue was recorded and is presented here.


Quote from Wikipedia (a page that is being updated as the project proceeds):

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is a space telescope developed by NASA with contributions from the European Space Agency (ESA), and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). The telescope is named after James E. Webb, who was the administrator of NASA from 1961 to 1968 and played an integral role in the Apollo program. It is intended to succeed the Hubble Space Telescope as NASA’s flagship mission in astrophysics. JWST was launched 25 December 2021 on Ariane flight VA256. It is designed to provide improved infrared resolution and sensitivity over Hubble, and will enable a broad range of investigations across the fields of astronomy and cosmology, including observations of some of the most distant events and objects in the Universe such as the formation of the first galaxies, and allowing detailed atmospheric characterization of potentially habitable exoplanets.

JWST’s primary mirror, the Optical Telescope Element, consists of 18 hexagonal mirror segments made of gold-plated beryllium which combine to create a 6.5 meter (21 ft 4 inch) diameter mirror – considerably larger than Hubble’s 2.4 m (7.9 ft) mirror. Unlike Hubble, which observes in the near ultraviolet, visible, and near infrared (0.1–1.0 μm) spectra, JWST will observe in a lower frequency range, from long-wavelength visible light (red) through mid-infrared (0.6–28.3 μm). This will enable it to observe high-redshift objects that are too old and too distant for Hubble. The telescope must be kept very cold to observe in the infrared without interference, so it will be deployed in space near the Sun–Earth L2 Lagrange point, about 1.5 million kilometers (930,000 mi) from Earth. A large sunshield made of silicon- and aluminum-coated Kapton will keep its mirror and instruments below 50 K (−223 °C; −370 °F).

The NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) in Maryland managed the development and the Space Telescope Science Institute is operating JWST. The prime contractor was Northrop Grumman.

Development began in 1996 for a launch that was initially planned for 2007 with a US$500 million budget. There were many delays and cost overruns, including a major redesign in 2005, a ripped sunshield during a practice deployment, a recommendation from an independent review board, the COVID-19 pandemic, issues with the Ariane 5 rocket and the telescope itself, and communications issues between the telescope and the launch vehicle. Concerns among the involved scientists and engineers about the launch and deployment of the telescope have been well-described.

Construction was completed in late 2016, when an extensive testing phase began. JWST was launched 12:20 UTC 25 December 2021 by an Ariane 5 launch vehicle from Kourou, French Guiana and was released from the upper stage 27 minutes later. The telescope was confirmed to be receiving power, and as of December 2021 is traveling to its target destination.

Witnessing the launch

Andrew and Dave came up with the idea of watching the launch and talking about it on Mumble. Although this was not originally planned, the audio was recorded, and is included here.

Note: Dave’s audio had a background hum which has been reduced a little with Audacity’s notch filter. Hopefully it’s not too distracting.

We were puzzled that the altitude of the final stage of the rocket plus telescope decreased during launch. See the link below to a YouTube episode from Anton Petrov explaining what was going on.

In the context of orbital mechanics, Dave spoke of another mission which is heading to Mercury but passing by inner planets to adjust speed. The name couldn’t be recalled at the time, but it was BepiColombo which is taking a 7-year path to its destination.

Deployment after launch

At the time of preparing these notes (2022-01-02) the JWST is en route to the (Sun-Earth) L2 point, about 1 million miles (1.5 million kilometres) from Earth. Along the way it is preparing itself for use, deploying the features which were folded up or stowed away when it was being launched. See the deployment explorer site for details of what is happening.

There are enormous amounts of information about this project on the web, some examples of which are linked below. Searching with your favourite search engine will certainly reveal more.

hpr3503 :: Configuring Mumble

In this episode we will show you how to connect to the HPR Community Room on Mumble.

Hosted by Ken Fallon on 2022-01-05 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: mumble,hpr mumble, new year show.
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The complete shownotes are available in our mumble how-to.

When using Mumble you should always use a microphone and headset positioned close to your mouth but slightly off to the side.

The Mumble website offers download and install instructions for different operating systems.

Once you have installed the client then connect to the HPR Room on Mumble.

There is a first run wizard that will step you through the process of configuring Mumble the first time. This will open up a series of configuration options.

It is very important that you set Push to Talk (PTT) and you Disable Text-To-Speech, as you will disturb the other people in the room if you select the other methods. It may seem to be working fine to you, but it will result in issues for the others.

You are expected to have a digital certificate when connecting to Mumble servers. An automatically created one is usually fine.

Once you have the Mumble client set up we can now start the process of connecting to the HPR Room on Mumble.

If at any time you need to add the HPR server open mumble and press Server - Connect, press Add New...and enter the following information for the HPR server:

  • Address:
  • Port: 64738
  • Username: Your Username
  • Label:

Think about your username a bit as if you register it on the server you will not be able to change it again.

Before connecting to any room it's good etiquette to make sure your audio is working correctly. The room Audio Test will allow you to speak and the OpieTheRepeatherBot will record your speech and after 10 seconds will play it back for you.

Previous five weeks

hpr3502 :: New year Greetings and a short review of my new Juno PC hosted by Tony Hughes AKA TonyH1212

Released: 2022-01-04. Duration: 00:04:51. Flag: Clean.
Tags: Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Juno computers, Ryzen 5900, New Year Greetings.
I just ramble for a few minutes about my new Juno PC

hpr3501 :: HPR Community News for December 2021 hosted by HPR Volunteers

Released: 2022-01-03. Duration: 01:12:04. Flag: Explicit. Series: HPR Community News.
Tags: Community News.
HPR Volunteers talk about shows released and comments posted in December 2021

hpr3500 :: Contrast Layer Modes hosted by Ahuka

Released: 2021-12-31. Duration: 00:16:59. Flag: Clean. Series: GIMP.
Tags: GIMP, Layer Modes, Blending Modes, Contrast Modes.
More on Layer Modes in GIMP with the Contrast Modes

hpr3499 :: Fixing a noisy blower motor hosted by Archer72

Released: 2021-12-30. Duration: 00:04:24. Flag: Clean.
Tags: car,repair,maintenance,bearing.
I fix a noisy blower motor that I put off since last winter.

hpr3498 :: Linux Inlaws S01E45: The Big Xmas New Year bash with the Grumpies hosted by monochromec

Released: 2021-12-29. Duration: 02:14:36. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: Mainframes, IBM, Hyperscaler secrets, Rust, old men, programming languages.
the same as the title so I'm not going to repeat it

hpr3497 :: Jankilators. hosted by one_of_spoons

Released: 2021-12-28. Duration: 00:21:15. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: oscillators,complexity,flux,alternator,3phase,field,trees,sky.
Follow the wail of the janky scissor monster into the muddy flux of headtorch borderlands.

hpr3496 :: How I record HPR Episodes hosted by norrist

Released: 2021-12-27. Duration: 00:28:27. Flag: Clean.
Tags: python,sox.
Some python to record short segments of audio.

hpr3495 :: Podcast Recommendation: The Retroist hosted by Archer72

Released: 2021-12-24. Duration: 00:01:32. Flag: Clean. Series: Podcast recommendations.
Tags: retro,retroist,nostalgia,1988,die hard,bruce willis,podcast.
Podcast Recommendation: The Retroist number 243 - Die Hard

hpr3494 :: Recent Generator Repairs and Maintenance hosted by Jon Kulp

Released: 2021-12-23. Duration: 00:18:00. Flag: Clean.
Tags: Engine repair, generators, electricity, emergency preparedness.
I talk about my Generac 4000XL gasoline-powered generator and what I've done to get it running right

hpr3493 :: My First Spanish HPR Episode hosted by Claudio Miranda

Released: 2021-12-22. Duration: 00:05:02. Flag: Clean.
Tags: spanish,languages,castellano,espanol,pubnix,textoplano,podcast.
A short Spanish episode inspired by discussions about non-English episodes on the HPR mailing list.

hpr3492 :: Linux Inlaws S01E44: Pipewire Just another audio server Think again hosted by monochromec

Released: 2021-12-21. Duration: 00:52:50. Flag: Explicit. Series: Linux Inlaws.
Tags: Linux audio, Pipewire, PulseAudio, Jack, gstreamer, Rubik's Cube, Kefir.
Pipewire - Just another audio server? - Think again!

hpr3491 :: My Github and flickmetrix hosted by operat0r

Released: 2021-12-20. Duration: 00:25:53. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: scripts,hacking,github,windows,linux.
Bear with me as I go though my github over the past year some real gems in here

hpr3490 :: The Path hosted by Ahuka

Released: 2021-12-17. Duration: 00:15:06. Flag: Clean. Series: DOS.
Tags: DOS, early PC computing, The Path.
More on DOS. This time it is the Path.

hpr3489 :: Equality of structured errors hosted by tuturto

Released: 2021-12-16. Duration: 00:12:56. Flag: Explicit. Series: Haskell.
Tags: haskell, eq.
tuturto talks about equality in Haskell

hpr3488 :: Binaural 3d audio recording, please listen at normal speed with good head phones. hosted by Quvmoh

Released: 2021-12-15. Duration: 00:05:02. Flag: Clean. Series: Sound Scapes.
Tags: Binaural, storm, thunder.
recorded November 19 2021 quick storm.

hpr3487 :: Installing a cat door hosted by Rho`n

Released: 2021-12-14. Duration: 00:24:06. Flag: Clean.
Tags: Install, cat door.
Rho`n installs a cat door in his interior basement door

hpr3486 :: Unleash the true potential of GNU nano text editor hosted by hakerdefo

Released: 2021-12-13. Duration: 00:08:36. Flag: Explicit. Series: Lightweight Apps.
Tags: text-editor, terminal, linux, nano, pico, pine, nanorc.
Turn GNU nano text editor into a fancy, good looking & powerful editor

hpr3485 :: 50 years since the 1st Edition of Unix was published hosted by Ken Fallon

Released: 2021-12-10. Duration: 00:12:27. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: unix, unix commands.
Ken (Fallon not Thompson) checks his unix like computer to see how many commands still exist.

hpr3484 :: My vim setup with GnuPG hosted by Archer72

Released: 2021-12-09. Duration: 00:08:21. Flag: Clean. Series: Lightweight Apps.
Tags: vim, plugin, lightweight.
My vim setup with the GnuPG vim plugin

hpr3483 :: Pinephone64 review hosted by sigflup

Released: 2021-12-08. Duration: 00:09:23. Flag: Clean.
Tags: linux,cellphone,pinephone,mobie phone.
Sigflup got a pinephone and wants to talk about it.

hpr3482 :: Introduction to Post Apocalyptic Robotics Meta Technology hosted by Mechatroniac

Released: 2021-12-07. Duration: 00:13:30. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: beam,righttorepair,robots,mechatronics.
Building robots from junk parts and tech prepping

hpr3481 :: HPR Community News for November 2021 hosted by HPR Volunteers

Released: 2021-12-06. Duration: 01:33:58. Flag: Explicit. Series: HPR Community News.
Tags: Community News.
HPR Volunteers talk about shows released and comments posted in November 2021

hpr3480 :: Darken Layer Modes hosted by Ahuka

Released: 2021-12-03. Duration: 00:14:43. Flag: Clean. Series: GIMP.
Tags: GIMP, Layer Modes, Blending Modes, Darken Modes.
More on Layer Modes in GIMP with the Darken Modes

hpr3479 :: Linux Inlaws S01E49: Version Control Systems and why bother hosted by monochromec

Released: 2021-12-02. Duration: 00:56:54. Flag: Explicit. Series: Linux Inlaws.
Tags: Version control systems, git, subversion, mercurial, bazaar, how to buy guns as a minor in NL.
Version Control Systems and why bother

hpr3478 :: Audio Wiring Hack on a Classroom Podium hosted by Jon Kulp

Released: 2021-12-01. Duration: 00:18:13. Flag: Clean.
Tags: audio, wiring, higher education.
Listen in while I hack the wiring on our classroom podium for custom audio routing.

hpr3477 :: Picking a Forth hosted by Brian in Ohio

Released: 2021-11-30. Duration: 00:21:53. Flag: Clean.
Tags: forth, arduino, history.
Available forths, old and new

hpr3476 :: My mutt email setup hosted by Archer72

Released: 2021-11-29. Duration: 00:12:45. Flag: Clean. Series: Lightweight Apps.
Tags: mutt,email, gpg,accessibility .
My humble mutt email setup

hpr3475 :: How I Watch Everything Using Open Source Software hosted by minnix

Released: 2021-11-26. Duration: 00:14:38. Flag: Clean.
Tags: libreelec,kodi,raspberry pi,tvheadend.
Using Libreelec, Kodi, a tuner, and a Raspberry Pi to create a great media center

hpr3474 :: H P R and Audio Fun hosted by operat0r

Released: 2021-11-25. Duration: 00:11:11. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: audio.
Comments on show and audio processing

hpr3473 :: My journey into Amateur Radio hosted by thelovebug

Released: 2021-11-24. Duration: 00:10:16. Flag: Clean. Series: HAM radio.
Tags: amateur radio, baofeng, rsgb, qso, cq, ham, ham radio, hf.
Dave explains his journey into Amateur Radio, initial setup and successes.

hpr3472 :: consuming an AQI API hosted by Jezra

Released: 2021-11-23. Duration: 00:06:26. Flag: Clean. Series: Programming 101.
Tags: ruby, api, programming.
just because the sky is clear, doesn't mean the air is safe to breathe

hpr3471 :: The Sony Walkman WM-F41 hosted by Jon Kulp

Released: 2021-11-22. Duration: 00:08:51. Flag: Clean.
Tags: audio, vintage audio, cassette tapes, tape players, portable stereos, audio repair.
A quick talk about one of my favorite Legacy Audio devices, a genuine Sony FM/AM cassette Walkman.

hpr3470 :: External Commands and Emergency Boot Disk hosted by Ahuka

Released: 2021-11-19. Duration: 00:16:48. Flag: Clean. Series: DOS.
Tags: DOS, early PC computing, External Commands, Emergency Boot Disk.
More on DOS. This time it is External Commands and Emergency Boot Disk

hpr3469 :: Linux Inlaws S01E43: The Great Battle or not hosted by monochromec

Released: 2021-11-18. Duration: 01:08:58. Flag: Explicit. Series: Linux Inlaws.
Tags: SQL, NoSQL, Grumpy Old Coders, Hipster databases, mainframes, Execution planners.
The Great Battle nor Not

hpr3468 :: Distro upgrade intervals on my Raspberry Pi hosted by MrX

Released: 2021-11-17. Duration: 00:13:06. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: Linux, Distros, Raspberry Pi, Debian.
In this episode I discuss Debian distro upgrade intervals for my raspberry Pi

hpr3467 :: Protonmail in the terminal hosted by dnt

Released: 2021-11-16. Duration: 00:37:42. Flag: Explicit.
Tags: email,protonmail,alot,afew,notmuch,mbsync.
One way of doing Protonmail in the terminal.

hpr3466 :: Why HPR has less downloads hosted by JWP

Released: 2021-11-15. Duration: 00:09:11. Flag: Clean.
Tags: podcasts, dowloads.
A short summary on why podcast listening might be on decline.

hpr3465 :: Walmart Onn 7 inch tablet gen 2 hosted by JWP

Released: 2021-11-12. Duration: 00:14:23. Flag: Clean.
Tags: Walmart, Android Go, Tablet.
Podcast about a new Android go Tablet I purchased

hpr3464 :: Being irrational hosted by Andrew Conway

Released: 2021-11-11. Duration: 00:12:57. Flag: Clean.
Tags: philosophy,mathematics,science,chess,logic,music.
Being irrational is rational.

hpr3463 :: Clonezilla: A backup story hosted by Rho`n

Released: 2021-11-10. Duration: 00:34:06. Flag: Clean.
Tags: Clonezilla,backup,backups,cloning,hard drives.
Rho`n walks through the process of backing up his laptop with Clonezilla

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