Debian Archive

Manage passwords with ‘pass’

Fighting with passwords have always been one of my favorite battles in the past and unfortunately the former always won. I never liked using the root user that much for administering a machine and made a massive use of sudo, I won’t list all the benefits of using sudo, but the following wiki page has…

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Configuring DNSSEC on your personal domain

Today I’ll be working out how to properly configure DNSSEC on a BIND9 installation, I’ll also make sure to give you all the needed instructions to properly verify if a specific domain is being correctly covered by DNSSEC itself. In addition to that a few more details will be provided about adding the relevant SSHFP‘s entries on…

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Two years later: Vim, Tmux and my Linux desktop

It’s been two years since my latest blog post about my Linux desktop and many things have changed since then. I completely moved all my machines to GNOME 3, switched my main editor from nano to vim and my terminal multiplexer from screen to tmux. What didn’t change at all except for a tweaks on the…

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IPv6 tunneling with Hurricane Electrics (HE)

I’ve been looking around for a possible way to connect to the IPv6 internet for some time now and given the fact my provider didn’t allow me to run IPv6 natively I had to find an alternative solution. Hurricane Electrics (HE) provides (for free) five configurable IPv4-to-IPv6 tunnels together with a free DNS service and…

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Building Debian packages with Deb-o-Matic

Today I’ll be telling you about an interesting way to build your Debian packages using Deb-o-Matic, a tool developed and maintained by Luca Falavigna. Some more details about this tool from the package’s description: Deb-o-Matic is an easy to use build machine for Debian source packages based on pbuilder, written in Python. It provides a…

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Bits from September / October

Debian maintainer: Some days ago I had the great announcement that my Debian Maintainer‘s application was accepted and thanks to Jonathan McDowell my key is finally into the debian-maintainers keyring. (which is now part of the debian-keyring itself thanks to the ftp-masters / keyring maintainer work that made the changes on both DAK and keyring)…

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