Most home users have a flat network on the private range of
192.168.1.1/24. This allows for 254 devices including the router.
This is alright for most users but has become more of a concern with the lacking security in …
If you have followed the part 1 of this Mycroft personal assistant setup
you have a standard Mycroft personal assistant with either the
Hey Mycroft wake word or you tried to set it up with a custom wake word.
If that customer wake word is using Pocketsphinx it is …
I have been fascinated by voice computing/electronic personal assistance for many years now but I am not a fan of inviting big tech into my home with a black box speaker. Because of this I have always looked for a open source solution. Early on, I was doing …
I recently found myself needing to view x509 certificate extended attributes with Lua. I had to search far and wide in posts and documentation for the lua-openssl project so, I decided to try and put it all in one place.
luarocks install openssl
Setting up Git commit and tag signing with GnuPG on Mac OSX is not as straight forward as one would like it to be. Here are the steps I used to get it set up. Before hand I was getting the following error:
git commit -S -m "test signing …
Recently I installed the latest Kali Linux on my old Asus Eee PC Netbook and was met with a blinking cursor
_ after install. After hitting Alt+F1 and dropping into a terminal I ran all the updates I could and did a reboot with no change to the
DE issue …
Codeholics has been using Wordpress for its site since its launch back somewhere around 2013. It was great for its time but over the years we have had a number of issues. Plainly put the entire site management and work flow needed to be simplified.
Pelican is a …
This is a note dump of working with x509 in Python. There is not much context to it
just a dump of code snippets.
import datetime from cryptography import x509 from cryptography.hazmat.backends import default_backend from cryptography.hazmat …
OS: OpenSuse Tumbleweed
Here are the steps to get libcouchbase installed on OpenSuse:
sudo zypper in libev-devel cmake openssl-devel
git clone https://github.com/couchbase/libcouchbase.git
cd libcouchbase mkdir build ../cmake/configure make
sudo make install
It is the end of the year and the time I use to upgrade my Lenovo P50 to the latest OpenSUSE Leap version. I do it this time of year because I expect to have some issue that I will need to work through after the upgrade and since this …