Task is a task runner / build tool that aims to be simpler and easier to use than, for example, GNU Make.
make  go  build  development  golang 
8 hours ago
dn42 is a big dynamic VPN, which employs Internet technologies (BGP, whois database, DNS, etc). Participants connect to each other using network tunnels (GRE, OpenVPN, Tinc, IPsec) and exchange routes thanks to the Border Gateway Protocol. Network addresses are assigned in the range and private AS numbers are used (see registry) as well as IPv6 addresses from the ULA-Range (fd00::/8) - see FAQ.
p2p  vpn 
7 days ago
The Facebook Dilemma
The promise of Facebook was to create a more open and connected world. But from the company’s failure to protect millions of users’ data, to the proliferation of “fake news” and disinformation, mounting crises have raised the question: Is Facebook more harmful than helpful? On Monday, Oct. 29, and Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018, FRONTLINE presents The Facebook Dilemma. This major, two-night event investigates a series of warnings to Facebook as the company grew from Mark Zuckerberg’s Harvard dorm room to a global empire. With dozens of original interviews and rare footage, The Facebook Dilemma examines the powerful social media platform’s impact on privacy and democracy in the U.S. and around the world.
events  facebook  politics  privacy 
14 days ago
Hackintosh-KVM Guide: High Sierra+ Using QEMU's i440fx Chipset - The Passthrough POST
This guide assumes that you already have set up a GPU pass-through virtual machine in the past and have experience with QEMU and libvirt, no support/steps will be given in the Hackintosh-KVM guide for setting up QEMU/libvirt for GPU pass-through, networking, CPU pinning, etc. If you need help with setting that up, refer to the The Passthrough POST Discord server.
apple  hackintosh  macos  virtualization 
23 days ago
A reception for Minitel All will be held on Tuesday Nov 6 from 6-8pm, with working terminals on view. RSVP encouraged but not required.
minitel  nyc  todo  computer  history 
23 days ago
Configuring a publishing source for GitHub Pages - User Documentation
To publish your site's source files from a /docs folder on your master branch, you must have a master branch and your repository must:

have a /docs folder in the root of the repository
26 days ago
Introduction | Yggdrasil
It is entirely possible that occasional breaking changes may still happen in future versions but generally Yggdrasil works well and has proven to be reasonably stable so far, with recent builds reaching weeks of uptime without crashes or failures.
ipv6  distributed  howto  internet  networking 
4 weeks ago
Largest small system emulator
In just 4043 bytes of C source, you get a complete mid-late 1980s-era IBM-compatible PC, consisting of:

Intel 8086/186 CPU
8072A 3.5" floppy disk controller (1.44MB/720KB)
Fixed disk controller (supports a single hard drive up to 528MB)
Hercules graphics card with 720x348 2-color graphics (64KB video RAM), and CGA 80x25 16-color text mode support
8253 programmable interval timer (PIT)
8259 programmable interrupt controller (PIC)
8042 keyboard controller with 83-key XT-style keyboard
MC146818 real-time clock
PC speaker
emulator  programming  msdos 
4 weeks ago
LuLu is the free, shared-source macOS firewall that aims to block unknown outgoing connections, unless explicitly approved by the user.
firewall  monitoring  security  osx  mac 
5 weeks ago
OpenChirp is currently powering a LoRaWAN Network at Carnegie Mellon University that also spans large portions of the City of Pittsburgh
lorawan  lora  open  community  network 
5 weeks ago
macOS 10.14 Mojave: The Ars Technica review | Ars Technica
hat list includes a mix of cards based on the Polaris and Vega architectures:

Radeon RX 470
Radeon RX 480
Radeon RX 570
Radeon RX 580
Radeon Pro WX 7100
Radeon Pro WX 9100
Radeon RX Vega 56
Radeon RX Vega 64
Vega Frontier Edition Air
graphics  mac  hackintosh 
6 weeks ago
builds - pcmasterrace
The purpose of this page is to disprove the myths about the price of a custom PC and educate people on possible hardware configurations for different budgets and performance requirements. The $500 "The Crusher" is the most popular, as it's the one build on the page that simultaneously outperforms next-gen consoles like the PS4 Pro or XBOX One X with the GPU upgrade. Don't worry about the page looking messy, everything is readable once you understand the layout. With each build, you'll see a title, the exported list from PCPartPicker, the About section, the Augmentation section, and finally the benchmarks (if any). We don't have a build more expensive than the End-All as it would turn into a matter of a more customized build for the user (which we recommend seeking help from our sub) and the fact that there isn't a large demand for people with $1400+ builds.
computer  info  pc  amd  reference 
6 weeks ago
QNX Demo Disk
Your periodic reminder that in 1997, QNX developed a 1440 kiB demo floppy that contained the following:

* QNX 4 POSIX-compatible realtime microkernel
* Your choice of either Hayes modem drivers, or wired ethernet drivers for a few common NICs at the time (NE1000/2000, DEC Tulip, 3c509)
* VGA and VESA video drivers
* Photon windowing system
* A completely modern HTML 3.2+JavaScript web browser(!), with a bundled JavaScript game (Towers of Hanoi)
* A graphical text editor and a little demo animation
* A package manager to bring other apps in over the internet

http://toastytech.com/guis/qnxdemo.html has some screenshots and download links
6 weeks ago
unbound-adblock - geoghegan.ca
Unbound-adblock is an easy to use network adblocker. It allows you to block online advertisements network wide and thus block ads on devices that otherwise don't support traditional browser-based adblockers such as uBlock Origin, Adblock Plus etc. I have found unbound-adblock to boost web browsing speed and increase battery life on mobile devices.
openbsd  privacy  malware 
6 weeks ago
Vikings is the world's first professional hosting company with a fully libre hosting platform stack. Our services are based 100% on libre boot firmware, libre software and are powered by certified green energy.
hosting  opensource  ecology 
6 weeks ago
Welcome - Kings County Radio Club
The Kings County Radio Club is an organization dedicated to the art and science of radio communications. We help to educate those individuals interested in learning about Amateur Radio as a hobby.
radio  brooklyn  nyc  todo 
6 weeks ago
Get a VPS for Less
The goal of LowEndSpirit.com is to provide the user (You) with inexpensive resources on a virtual platform.
hosting  vps  server 
6 weeks ago
Banana Pi BPI-R64 Router Board is Powered by Mediatek MT7622, Supports 802.11ac WiFi, Optional PoE Module
SinoVoIP launched several Banana Pi router boards in the past starting with Allwinner A20 based Banana Pi BPI-R1 in 2014, and followed by Banana Pi BPI-R2 board powered by a Mediatek MT7623 processor last year. Such boards normally include multiple Gigabit Ethernet ports, as well as at least one SATA connector, and in some cases an mPCIe connector for WiFi or LTE cards. THe company also launched Banana Pi BPI-W2 board a few months ago, but that model is more geared towards multimedia router use cases.
computing  router  wishlist 
7 weeks ago
‎WiFi Map - Get Free Internet on the App Store
There's an app called "WiFi Map". The largest database of WiFi networks and passwords I know. And it can work offline, if you pre-load specific area you're interested in. Never disappointed me in my trips. Oh, and it has not only airports, but every possible WiFi network. Some people even give access to their home WiFi.
wifi  network  password  ios 
7 weeks ago
arp collision on Cisco ASA from Airport E… - Apple Community
Turn off the IPv6 in the AE. Under Internet options tab. Change it to link local only.
arp  apple  airport  lol 
7 weeks ago
The Offensive Security, Incident Response, and Internet Security Lab is a student-run cybersecurity research lab located in RH219 at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. It is a part of the university's Center for Cyber Security.
nyc  security  todo 
8 weeks ago
ZBar bar code reader
ZBar is an open source software suite for reading bar codes from various sources, such as video streams, image files and raw intensity sensors. It supports many popular symbologies (types of bar codes) including EAN-13/UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-8, Code 128, Code 39, Interleaved 2 of 5 and QR Code.
barcode  library  opensource  programming  qrcode 
8 weeks ago
FruityWifi is an open source tool to audit wireless networks. It allows the user to deploy advanced attacks by directly using the web interface or by sending messages to it.
wifi  security 
8 weeks ago
5 Things To Know Before You Buy A Draft 11ax Router - SmallNetBuilder
So if we were to connect it to an 11ac router that suports contiguous 160 MHz bandwidth (the AC9260 does not spec 80+80 support), we should be able to potentially double the usual 867 Mbps maximum link rate to 1733 Mbps. But this could already be achieved with an AC router that supports contiguous 160 MHz, such as NETGEAR's R7800 Nighthawk X4S...no 11ax required!
wifi  802.11ax 
9 weeks ago
LocalTalk-to-Ethernet bridge - Wikipedia
A LocalTalk-to-Ethernet Bridge is a network bridge that joins the physical layer of the AppleTalk networking used by previous generations of Apple Computer products to an Ethernet network. This was an important class of products in the late 1980s and early 1990s, before Ethernet support became universal on the Mac lineup.

Some LocalTalk-to-Ethernet Bridges only performed Appletalk bridging. Others were also able to bridge other protocols using ad-hoc standards. One example was the MacIP system that allowed LocalTalk-based Macs to send and receive TCP/IP (internet) packets using the bridges as a go-between.
retrocomputing  apple  mac  classic 
9 weeks ago
WikiDevi is a user-editable database for computer hardware
computers  hardware  linux  wiki  reference 
9 weeks ago
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