Checkpoint SSL Network Extender and Fedora19

Due to a change in the way CheckPoint are now rolling out policies, the native snx client and SSL client require different policies. This means that you may be in the situation where you need to run the SSL Network Extender to gain access to the network. This seems to call the native client with the -Z switch.

I was unable to connect even after following this tutorial “Install Oracle Java JDK/JRE 7u25 on Fedora 19/18, CentOS/RHEL 6.4/5.9″ and confirming that java was in fact installed and verified working. It was only when I installed and succeeded in getting it working on CrunchBang Linux, that I released that Fedora is running SeLinux now so seamlessly that I forgot that it is even running.

I tailed the log files and saw messages relating to the snx client

tail -F  /var/log/audit/audit.log /var/log/messages
Aug  7 00:00:00 pc setroubleshoot: SELinux is preventing /usr/bin/snx from using the dac_override capability. For complete SELinux messages. run sealert -l 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000

Running sealert -l 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000 as suggested resulted in the answer

*****  Plugin mozplugger (99.1 confidence) suggests  *************************

If you want to use the plugin package
Then you must turn off SELinux controls on the Firefox plugins.
Do
# setsebool unconfined_mozilla_plugin_transition 0

Once that was done, SNX worked fine. Be warned that this allows all plugins not just snx.

 

 

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Adjust LCD brightness from the command line

Sometimes I just need to do this.
echo -n 15 > /sys/class/backlight/acpi_video0/brightness

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fix_tags – manipulate ID3 tags and then some…

I would like to introduce you to a tool that you have probably needed or will need some time. It’s called fix_tags and is written by my friend Mr. Dave Morriss, lead developer at Hacker Public Radio. While the tool claims to only change the tags in MP3 and OGG, it also modifies WAV and FLAC without problems as well.

It’s hosted over on the HPR Gitorious site, but if you just want the tool itself just copy the file from here: fix_tags. I saved it in /usr/local/bin/fix_tags, which makes it available to everyone on the system and then changed permissions so that it could execute.

chmod +x /usr/local/bin/fix_tags

It’s written in perl, and has some dependencies on some perl modules which can be installed easily from cpan. Most distributions install cpan by default but for some reason I needed to install it on Fedora. You will also need to install development tools and Perl Documentation if you haven’t already done so.

Debian:

apt-get install build-essential perl-doc

Fedora:

yum groupinstall "Development Tools" && yum install perl-CPAN perl-Pod-Perldoc

Now that cpan is installed, we need to update it, reload it and then install the perl dependencies. You do this by running the command cpan as root

install CPAN
reload cpan
install Modern::Perl Getopt::Long Pod::Usage Data::Dumper File::stat Date::Manip::Delta Date::Manip::TZ Audio::TagLib
quit

While there is complete help available by typing perldoc fix_tags you can get a good idea of what awaits by typing fix_tags –help

Version 1.2

Usage:
     fix_tags [ -help ] [-album=ALBUMSTRING] [-artist=ARTISTSTRING]
        [-comment=COMMENTSTRING] [-genre=GENRESTRING] [-title=TITLESTRING]
        [-track=TRACKNUMBER] [-year=YEAR] [-[no]fix_comment] audio_file ...

Options:
    -help   Prints a brief help message describing the usage of the program,
            and then exits.

    -album=ALBUMSTRING
            Sets the album tag to the string defined by the option.

    -artist=ARTISTSTRING
            Sets the artist tag to the string defined by the option.

    -comment=COMMENTSTRING
            Sets the comment tag to the string defined by the option.

    -genre=GENRESTRING
            Sets the genre tag to the string defined by the option.

    -title=TITLESTRING
            Sets the title tag to the string defined by the option.

    -track=TRACKNUMBER
            Sets the track tag to the number defined by the option.

    -year=YEAR
            Sets the year tag to the number defined by the option.

    -[no]fix_comment
            If selected, causes the comment tag to be edited to remove
            non-graphic characters, newlines and multiple space sequences.

To use the tool just point it at a file and it will show you all the common fields that are of interest.

$ fix_tags 955-The_Loss-Return_to_Litany.mp3
955-The_Loss-Return_to_Litany.mp3
album     : MIND OUT
artist    : Return to Litany
comment   : http://www.jamendo.com Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0
genre     : 
length    : 00:04:09
title     : The Loss
track     : 0
year      : 2012

As an example you could change the genre by using fix_tags -genre=”cchits.net” 955-The_Loss-Return_to_Litany.mp3. Resulting in:

$ fix_tags 955-The_Loss-Return_to_Litany.mp3
955-The_Loss-Return_to_Litany.mp3
album     : MIND OUT
artist    : Return to Litany
comment   : http://www.jamendo.com Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0
genre     : cchits.net
length    : 00:04:09
title     : The Loss
track     : 0
year      : 2012

An excellent tool from a most Excellent Gentleman.

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hpr1027 :: Migrating away from Google Reader – Feed2Imap

Back in 2012-07-10, I did a Hacker Public Radio episode entitled, “hpr1027 :: Migrating away from Google Reader“. Given the current news that Google is to shut down Reader, I thought I would re-post the episodes show notes here as a reminder. I have been running this IMAP solution on a raspberry PI from my home without issue since then.

Getting a list of my feeds

Google should be credited with the fact that they make exporting very easy to do. Thanks to the work of the http://www.dataliberation.org/ team. Who’s stated goal is “Users should be able to control the data they store in any of Google’s products. Our team’s goal is to make it easier to move data in and out.”

For Google Reader this amounts to:

Settings -> Reader Settings -> Import/Export -> OPML

OPML (Outline Processor Markup Language) is an XML format for outlines (defined as “a tree, where each node contains a set of named attributes with string values”). Originally developed by Radio UserLand as a native file format for an outliner application, it has since been adopted for other uses, the most common being to exchange lists of web feeds between web feed aggregators.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OPML

That’s it. You now have a list of all your feeds we are still faced with the problem of reading/deleting items in one place and having them synchronized everywhere else ? The answer is actually quite obvious.

imap – Internet Message Access Protocol

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Message_Access_Protocol

Internet message access protocol (IMAP) is one of the two most prevalent Internet standard protocols for e-mail retrieval, the other being the Post Office Protocol (POP). Virtually all modern e-mail clients and mail servers support both protocols as a means of transferring e-mail messages from a server.

The great news is that there are imap clients everywhere. Microsoft Outlook supports it. Thunderbird, Evolution, Kmail, Claws-Mail all support it. It’s supported on Android, the iPhone, and on Windows Mobile. There are a multitude of web clients. The only problem now was to find a way to get the RSS feeds over to a imap message format. A quick duckduckgo search later lead me to ….

Feed2Imap

http://home.gna.org/feed2imap/

Feed2Imap is an RSS/Atom feed aggregator. After Downloading feeds (over HTTP or HTTPS), it uploads them to a specified folder of an IMAP mail server or copies them to a local maildir. The user can then access the feeds using Mutt, Evolution, Mozilla Thunderbird or even a webmail.

It’s in all the major repositories and I had it up and running in under ten minutes. It keeps it’s settings in a hidden file .feed2imaprc in your home directory. The configuration is simple, four lines per feed.

feeds:
 - name: kenfallon.com
   url: http://kenfallon.com/?feed=rss2
   target: imap://RSSNewsAccount%40example.com:PasswordForRSSNewsAccount@imap.example.com/INBOX.Feeds.Tech_Blogs
   include-images: true
...

The name filed is what will be the feed name and url is the link to the rss feed. The target is the path on the imap account you want to put it to. I used a throw away email account on my own domain with some restrictions on the size so that if I forget to check it won’t affect the rest of my mailboxes.

The line it’s broken into several parts, first is imap:// followed by the imap account user name and password. If your login contains an @ character, replace it with %40. Next is the @ sign followed by your server hostname and then the path. I chose INBOX.Feeds and then a subfolder for every group I had in Google Reader. The only other option I set was to include the images.

opml2feed

I have quite a few feeds now and I did not want to be typing them in by hand. So I wrote a small perl script to convert the opml file into a .feed2imaprc format and it will hopefully get you most of the way. The code is available on https://gitorious.org/opml2feed ( thanks to Klaatu over at http://www.gnuworldorder.info/ where he covered using Git in the March 31, 2012: Episode 7×13.)

Now setup the imap account on your mail client(s) and once you are happy run feed2imap and you should see the items beginning to appear. I set it to run every two hours at 14 minutes past the hour by adding the following line to my cron tab.

14 */2 * * * /usr/bin/feed2imap >/dev/null 2>&1

 

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rsync: mkstemp “…” failed: No such file or directory (2)

For the third time the disk in bay 4 of my Iomega StorCenter ix4-200d, failed, and finally the good folks at Iomega/Ems/Lenova sent me a brand new ix4-300d. As far as I can see it’s the same thing but with some bug fixes, more bling and a lot of cloud™.

hpic-ix4-300d

I’ve been relying on rsync as the backbone of my backup solutions for years and so naturally I was going to use rsync to copy the data from the old nas box to my new one. So I set up the new NAS, then set up rsync in a screen session on my desktop and walked away.

The following day a quick comparison showed a 3GB difference between the source and destination. When I re-ran the rsync, I was suddenly faced with loads of error messages from the un-synced files that I had not noticed before.

rsync: mkstemp “/new/path/to/files/some:file.txt” failed: No such file or directory (2)

Searches on the web threw up information which to be honest didn’t help a lot and didn’t give a concrete explanation for what is going wrong. So left to my own I decided that the problem probably wasn’t rsync and that it was trying to tell me what was wrong. The searches on the internet suggested that the issue was related to file/directory permissions. I confirmed that this wasn’t the case and was able to create files on the old and new nas without problem. These files were even synced when I reran rsync.

So then the problem must be the files themselves. This was worrying as this meant that 3G of my files may be corrupt but keeping a cool head I had a look at the files themselves and then it hit me. All the file names contained characters outside the nice clean [0-9A-Za-z] range, and then I had a look at the type of mount and I noticed the source (old nas) is mounted over NFS while the destination (new nas) is mounted over CIFS. Looking at the list of error files, it became obvious that all the files contained reserved characters that are not acceptable on CIFS/Windows file systems. So the simple solution was to disable the default CIFS share and setup NFS shares and use those. Sure enough a few minutes later rsync was copying the files without issue.

The moral of the story is “read the screen” the only problem is that sometimes it’s difficult to interpret what it’s saying. So instead of focusing on No such file or directory (2), I needed to look at rsync: mkstemp “/new/path/to/files/some:file:with:colon:in:the:name.txt” failed: and ask why is it failing.

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Citrix on linux

I have a series on Citrix and while support is getting better, they do tend to change things. For example the location of the binary binary binary binary.

They have also moved the location of the application from /usr/lib/ICAClient to /opt/Citrix/ICAClient, a more unix like move.

The famous SSL error 61

SSL error 61

The SSL Error 61, is now easily fixed by copying the certs into the correct directory

cp -v /usr/share/ca-certificates/mozilla/* /opt/Citrix/ICAClient/keystore/cacerts/
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Checkpont SNX on Ubuntu 11.10 (oneiric)

It’s time for Ubuntu 11.10 and the obligatory how to get Checkpoint SSL extender VPN (SNX) working under it.

The first step is to get your username, password and ip address or host name of your snx server from your local administrator. Once you do that you can login and then press the settings link. This will give you a link to the various different clients. In our case we are looking for the “Download installation for Linux” link. Download that and then run it with the following command.

# sh +x snx_install.sh
Installation successfull

This is the 64 bit version and I’m installing a 32 bit application, so you’ll need to install the 32 bit libraries and the older version of libstdc if you haven’t all ready.

# uname -p
x86_64
# aptitude install ia32-libs libstdc++5

Now let’s check that the required libraries are loaded.

# ldd /usr/bin/snx | grep "not found"
        libpam.so.0 => not found

This is a new one so a quick check on Google found the answer in of all places the Citrix forum.

Combining the post from Stuart Johnston, and Israel Diaz you get:

# wget http://packages.ubuntu.com/km/precise/i386/libpam0g/download 
# mkdir tmp
# dpkg -x libpam0g_1.1.3-7ubuntu2_i386.deb tmp
# cd tmp/lib/i386-linux-gnu/
# cp libpam.so.0.83.0 /lib/i386-linux-gnu
# cd /lib/i386-linux-gnu
# ln -s libpam.so.0.83.0 libpam.so.0
# ldd /usr/bin/snx 

You should now be able to type snx without errors. You only now need to accept the VPN Certificate by loging in via the command line and press “Y”.

user@pc:~$ snx -s my-checkpoint-server -u username
Check Point's Linux SNX
build XXXXXXXXXXXX
Please enter your password:
SNX authentication:
Please confirm the connection to gateway: my-checkpoint-server VPN Certificate
Root CA fingerprint: AAAA BBB CCCC DDD EEEE FFF GGGG HHH IIII JJJ KKKK
Do you accept? [y]es/[N]o:

Finally you should be able to use the client and login.

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Open Source Mosquito Locator

I’m looking for help with a project that will provide a way to locate mosquitos. Yes I am serious.

A Mosquito on an arm

Remember this is not the army. We don’t “locate and destroy”. We’re following the Unix  philosophy of doing one job and doing it well. This job is to “Locate“.

It should be simple.

It should be cheap to make and cheap to run.

There is no requirement to identify species, gender, age, colour, etc. Let “if it’s acting like a mosquito then it’s a mosquito” be your mantra.

Let’s be clear, this is just to locate them not to terminate them with lasers, automatic weapons, flame throwers, etc. If you want to do that later then be careful. For now the task is to locate them and signal where they are. When they move, locate them and signal where they are.

I have absolutely nothing to contribute to this project, but it needs to be done.

If you have any ideas on how you would go about doing this, then I’m very interested in hearing from you.

 

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Thoughts on Time, Submarines and OggCamp

I’m at John Lennon International airport, having a coffee and looking over at a big yellow submarine. I walked past that submarine looking for a bus to take me to OggCamp12. The first stop was the “wave bar”, where the universe of bus tours merged with that of OggCamp.

OggCamp. The gathering of enthusiasts who had answered the call and converged to bring the message of free culture, open source, hardware hacking, and the commons to the inviting arms of Liverpool. That and helping wheel chair bound pensioners navigate the seemingly endless supply of steps that made up the bar.

The following morning we made the short walk way up the hill to the venue at Liverpool John Moores University. It was hot which was a shock and the third dimension was also a bit of a shock after 10 years in the flatlands of Holland.

The building Dan had scored was a m a z i n g !

The crew Les had assembled were a m a z i n g !

So efficient was the crew that everyone was setup and ready to rock with the efficiency that would make even the most professional rail way scheduler do some serious soul searching.

We waited.

Then the last prize was given away and everyone cheered to thank Dan for all the hard work and bam !!!

OggCamp was over.

And then it hit me, time our old friend was playing tricks again. The old “one minute you’re holding them in your arms and the next minute they’re out the door” trick that parents the world over are familiar with.

I took a deep breath and dismantled the booth, had my photo taken and made my way back to the Hotel to start the job of editing. As I listened to the recordings, the whole event started playing back to me. My tour of the exhibition area, the banter at the HPR booth, the chance meetings in the halls, the enthusiasm of the hardware hacking area, the live session with 20Lb Sound, the morning after, the carrot cake, the outside interviews and then the raffle.

I hadn’t missed it. I was there. I was part of it. And thanks to the good people at Leaf, we had a chance to relax, catchup and say goodbye to at least some of the friends we had met old and new.

Learning from the mistakes of last year, all the 36 interviews will be posted and released this week on Hacker Public Radio for my enjoyment and I hope for yours. So I’d like to thank everyone that put on the show, that participated in it and that made me feel at home. A special thanks to Paul for suffering me been so stressed and to Manon and the toots for suffering me in general.

So now time slows down again and twelve months is a long time to wait for the next OggCamp.

That said it’s only six months until FossDem.

Might even do a booth there.

I’d need someone to help me out though.

Hmmmm something to think about.

Still an hour to wait.

I can’t shake the idea that that submarine may have served a previous role in the water purification industry.

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TheLinuxLink.net

The Linux Link



The following list is based on information on the The Linux Link website, maintained by Dann Washko. Thanks to everyone who supplied updated information on the podcasts and a special thank you to Dave Morriss for helping to write the script that parsed the links. The shows are listed based on their last release date.
The script that generated this list can be found here https://gitorious.org/hpr-scheduling-system/hpr-scheduling-system/trees/master/thelinuxlink
http://www.thelinuxlink.net/


Linux Game Cast



Linux gaming news, reviews, capture and whatever else we come up with. (2012-08-15T04:52:49)
http://linuxgamecast.com


FrostbiteMedia

The podcast network of your favorite GNU/Linux media (2012-08-14T02:44:00)
http://www.frostbitemedia.org/


SANS Internet Storm Center Daily Network Security Podcast



The SANS Internet Storm Center is a volunteer driven organization to alert the public of current information security threats and trends. The core of the Internet Storm Center is a group of about 40 handlers. These handlers are volunteer, and hand picked for their outstanding contributions to the field, real world experience and good performance in GIAC certifications. For more information, see http://isc.sans.edu (2012-08-14T01:23:41)
http://isc.sans.edu/podcast.html#stormcast


Hacker Public Radio



Hacker Public Radio is an podcast that releases shows every weekday Monday through Friday. Our shows are produced by the community (you) and can be on any topic that is are of interest to hackers and hobbyists. (2012-08-14T00:00:00)
http://hackerpublicradio.org


CCHits.net



CCHits.net is designed to provide a Chart for Creative Commons Music, in a way that is easily able to be integrated into other music shows that play Creative Commons Music. CCHits.net has a daily exposure podcast, playing one new track every day, a weekly podcast, playing the last week of tracks played on the podcast, plus the top rated three tracks from the previous week. There is also a monthly podcast which features the top rated tracks over the whole system. (2012-08-14T00:00:00)
http://cchits.net/monthly


Crivins



A FOSS and Free Culture show with a Scottish flavour (2012-08-13T22:20:07)
http://casts.unseenstudio.co.uk/crivins


The Techie Geek Podcast



(2012-08-13T16:15:51)
http://thetechiegeek.com


KernelPanic Oggcast

KernelPanic Oggcast is a work/family friendly show that broadcasts live, fortnightly on Saturday night. Join us as we discuss Linux/FOSS news and reviews. (2012-08-13T03:44:49)
http://kernelpanicoggcast.net


The Command Line



Podcast and blog exploring digital citizenry as a creator and a consumer. (2012-08-12T21:06:26)
http://thecommandline.net


NosillaCast Mac Podcast



Allison Sheridan’s technology geek podcast with an EVER so slight Macintosh bias (2012-08-12T19:27:02)
http://www.podfeet.com


Distrowatch Weekly Podcast



DistroWatch.com, the popular Linux distribution news and information site, publishes a weekly news and commentary section. A Guest Host reads DistroWatch content, and adds a little of their own. (2012-08-12T17:15:00)
http://distrowatch.com


All Jupiter Broadcasting Videos



High Quailty videos from key Jupiter Broadcasting Shows. Content made for geeks, from The Computer Action Show, STOked our Star Trek Online podcast to Beer is Tasty, our beer review show! (2012-08-12T16:33:21)
http://www.jupiterbroadcasting.com


Knightwise.com



Life on the edge of real and cyberspace. (2012-08-12T14:36:17)
http://knightwise.com


Techview-Podcast



Alles rund um die IT- und Techwelt (2012-08-12T06:00:08)
http://techviewpodcast.wordpress.com


Sunday Morning Linux Review



with Mat, Tony, and Mary (2012-08-12T04:00:11)
http://smlr.us


The Bugcast



Music and chat from South Yorkshire in the UK (2012-08-11T02:00:48)
http://www.thebugcast.org


Linux Outlaws



Two pragmatic geeks talk about the latest news concerning Linux, free and open technology or anything else they deem noteworthy which may include such absurd things as hockey or bands you never heard of. This means there’s many a joke and derailed conversation along the way, so don’t come here expecting only Linux or software freedom talk just sit back and relax, partner. (2012-08-10T21:11:15)
http://sixgun.org


InfoSec Daily Podcast



The InfoSec Daily Podcast with hosted by Rick Hayes with Boris Sverdlik, David Kennedy, Beau Woods, Adrian Crenshaw, Karthik Rangarajan, Geordy Rostad, Them_, and Dr. B0n3z. A daily Information Security podcast where we discuss vulnerabilities, the latest information security news as well as technical discussion and debates. (2012-08-10T21:04:21)
http://www.isdpodcast.com


mintCast (ogg)



Welcome to mintCast, the podcast by the Linux Mint community for all users of Linux. (2012-08-10T17:33:09)
http://www.mintcast.org


Spark from CBC Radio



Spark on CBC Radio One Nora Young helps you navigate your digital life by connecting you to fresh ideas in surprising ways. (2012-08-10T04:00:00)
http://www.cbc.ca/podcasting


Mike Tech Show Podcast



Technology and computer podcast discussing cool sites, software, tips and tricks that will make you more productive at home and work. (2012-08-10T01:58:00)
http://www.mikenation.net


Juiced Penguin

A musical Oggcast for the Ogg community. Est. Jan 26, 2009 (2012-08-09T20:40:58)
http://juicedpenguin.com


The CyberJungle



The CyberJungle is the nation’s first news talk show on security, privacy and the law. Featuring digital forensics and infosec specialist Ira Victor and award-winning journalist Samantha Stone. The show is fast-paced and includes hard hitting news analysis. Formerly The Data Security Podcast. (2012-08-09T19:15:00)
http://www.thecyberjungle.com


Security Now!



Steve Gibson, the man who coined the term spyware and created the first anti-spyware program, creator of Spinrite and ShieldsUP, discusses the hot topics in security today with Leo Laporte. Winner of the 2009 and 2007 people’s choice award for best Technology/Science podcast. (2012-08-08T23:39:07)
http://grc.com/securitynow.htm


Off The Hook: high-bitrate MP3 feed



Off The Hook is a weekly show on WBAI radio, New York, produced by 2600 Magazine. This feed offers a high-bitrate MP3 version of the show. (2012-08-08T20:00:00)
http://www.2600.com/offthehook/


TGTM News Mp3 feed.

“Talk Geek To Me News” the Mp3 feed. (2012-08-08T18:20:42)
http://www.talkgeektome.us/


FLOSS Weekly



Each Wednesday we talk about Free Libre and Open Source Software with the people who are writing it. Part of the TWiT Netcast Network. (2012-08-08T10:56:40)
http://twit.tv/floss


Network Security Podcast



The Network Security Podcast (2012-08-07T22:00:44)
http://netsecpodcast.com


Off The Wall: high-bitrate MP3 feed



Off The Wall is a weekly show on WUSB radio, Stony Brook – Long Island, produced by 2600 Magazine. This feed offers a high-bitrate MP3 version of the show. (2012-08-07T19:00:00)
http://www.2600.com/offthewall/


Surprisingly Free (mp3)



A weekly podcast featuring in-depth discussions with an eclectic mix of authors, academics, and entrepreneurs at the intersection of technology, policy, and economics. (2012-08-07T12:30:47)
http://surprisinglyfree.com


GAMERadio

Saving the world, one level at a time. (2012-08-07T00:00:00)
http://www.hwhq.com/


Linux For The Rest Of Us



Linux For The Rest Of Us Podcast (2012-08-06T23:55:58)
http://podnutz.com/lftrou/feed


Fuzion Podcast Network Tin Foil Hat

(2012-08-06T20:46:37)
http://fuzionpodcastnetwork.com


Tin Foil Hat



This is CafeNinjas soap-box for political awareness in regards to digital rights and practical personal security in the digital age. Following the latest in legal and policy changes with analysis on how it impacts you and your life. As well as practical tips and tricks on how the common non-hacker can help protect themselves online. (2012-08-06T16:49:16)
http://www.fuzionpodcastnetwork.com


DeimHart



DeimHart ist ein Podcast von Dirk Deimeke und Roman Hanhart, bei dem vor allem Inhalte aus der freien Linux-, und OpenSource-Welt besprochen werden. Der Fokus liegt hufig bei Ubuntu und dessen Derivate. Nebenbei kommen auch gesellschaftliche Themen zur Sprache, die sich um das Feld der OpenSource-Gemeinschaft finden lassen. Die Mediendateien liegen im OGG- und MP3-Format vor.Das klingt gut … (2012-08-06T05:14:00)
http://deimhart.net/


Android Buffet Podcast



Hungry for Android? Get all you can eat at the Android Buffet Podcast…live on Mondays at 10PM Eastern (2012-08-06T04:16:58)
http://www.androidbuffet.com


PaulDotCom Security Weekly



For the latest in computer security news, hacking, and research! We sit around, drink beer, and talk security. (2012-08-05T22:44:41)
http://pauldotcom.com/


Going Linux



Going Linux is a podcast for computer users who just want to use Linux to get things done. Whether you are new to Linux, moving from Windows to Linux, or thinking about upgrading to Linux, this podcast will provide you with practical, day-to-day advice on how to use Linux and Linux applications. (2012-08-05T00:00:01)
http://goinglinux.com


The Dick Turpin Road Show



Welcome to The Dick Turpin Roadshow, a humorous look at the Open Source community from comments on social networks, peoples blogs and websites to the mad bag lady on the street corner. Some, if not everything, said here is probably the fiction of our warped minds so theres little point in getting upset about anything we say. Hopefully you’ll find us funny and entertaining, there will be some rude words so if you have a weak heart or are easily offended this is not for you. (2012-08-04T11:04:30)
http://tdtrs.co.uk/


ECT News Network Broadcast



ECT News Network business and technology updates, with news and feature commentary from industry experts. (2012-08-03T14:59:54)
http://www.ectnews.com/


Linuxbasix ogg feed



This is a cast where we discuss various Linux topics. Provided in either MP3 and OGG versions. (2012-08-03T09:10:00)
http://www.linuxbasix.com


omega tau



wissenschaft und technik im kopfhoerer / science and engineering in your headphones (2012-08-03T05:59:39)
http://omegataupodcast.net


TuxRadar Linux Podcast (Ogg)



The #1 source for Linux (2012-08-02T17:11:00)
http://www.tuxradar.com/files/podcast/podcast_ogg.rss


The Linux Link Tech Show Ogg-Vorbis Feed



The Linux Link Tech Show (2012-08-02T10:30:00)
http://tllts.org


Ubuntu Podcast



Ubuntu Linux Podcast from the Ubuntu UK LoCo team (2012-08-01T20:39:14)
http://podcast.ubuntu-uk.org


Social-Engineer.Org PodCast



The Official Social-Engineer.Org Podcast (2012-07-31T23:48:12)
http://socialengineer.podbean.com


RadioTux



Linux, Open Source und Netzkultur (2012-07-31T11:59:00)
http://www.radiotux.de/


Linux In The Shell

An exploration of Linux commands in the Bash Shell (2012-07-31T11:07:13)
http://www.linuxintheshell.org


TechTalk4Teachers – A Podcast For Teachers About Teaching, Learning, and Technology



TechTalk4Teachers podcast (blogcast, netcast, webcast, zunecast, educast, teachercast, tomcast – your choice of vocabulary) is for educators wanting to keep up with the latest advances in educational technologies and their practical applications in classrooms. We have a little something for everyone from kindergarten teachers to university professors. Keep on learning! (2012-07-31T08:02:03)
http://techtalk4teachers.blogspot.com/


bsdtalk

Talking about the BSD family of free operating systems. (2012-07-31T00:12:00)
http://bsdtalk.blogspot.com/


Linux in the Ham Shack



Linux, Open Source and Ham Radio for Everyone (2012-07-30T00:39:44)
http://lhspodcast.info


BinArgewitter



Ein Podcast, der sich mit dem Web, Technologie und Open Source Software auseinander setzt (2012-07-27T18:30:00)
http://blog.binaergewitter.de


The Silver Bullet Security Podcast with Gary McGraw



Cigital CTO Gary McGraw discusses software security with security gurus. (2012-07-27T18:10:03)
http://www.cigital.com/silverbullet


Linux In Da House

One Family 100% Linux (2012-07-23T04:02:26)
http://www.linuxindahouse.org


GNU World Order Linux OggCast



Use GNU Linux. (2012-07-22T13:36:59)
http://www.oggcastplanet.org/gnuworldorder


SecuraBit



Before It Bytes! (2012-07-21T03:27:13)
http://securabit.com


DistroCast



A humorous but honest look at Linux distros (2012-07-20T09:26:22)
http://distrocast.org


Free as in Freedom



A bi-weekly discussion of legal, policy, and other issues in the open source and software freedom community (including occasional interviews) from Brooklyn, New York, USA. Presented by Karen Sandler and Bradley M. Kuhn. (2012-07-17T10:30:00)
http://faif.us/cast/


Crypto-Gram Security Podcast



Audio of Bruce Schneier’s Monthly Crypto-Gram Security Newsletter (2012-07-15T13:26:00)
http://crypto-gram.libsyn.com


DevRandom

The home of the /dev/random podcast (2012-07-11T17:05:47)
http://devrandom.ws


Full Circle Magazine podcast



The independent magazine for the Ubuntu Linux community. (2012-07-04T19:21:37)
http://fullcirclemagazine.org


Eurotrash Security Podcast: Security with funny accents



This the Eurotrash : Security with funny accents. Discussing recent security newsbites and chatting up with European infosec rockstars. (2012-07-02T15:42:00)
http://www.eurotrashsecurity.eu


MythTV Cast RSS Feed



MythTV Cast RSS Feed (2012-06-29T06:04:26)
http://feeds.feedburner.com/MythtvCast


Unix Clubhouse Podcast

The Unix Clubhouse Podcast is a fun show about Unix, Linux, BSD, Open Source Software and other things going on in my life. (2012-06-29T05:00:00)
http://unixclubhouse.com


SourceTrunk



Sourcetunk will try to demystify the beautiful beast that is Open Source and show the listeners the more practical examples of Open Source and Free Software. It will discuss software for Linux, BSD, MacOSX and Microsoft Windows systems (2012-06-26T19:00:00)
http://www.sourcetrunk.com


Digital Campus



A discussion of how digital media and technology are affecting learning, teaching, and scholarship at colleges, universities, libraries, and museums. (2012-06-26T18:22:54)
http://digitalcampus.tv


All In IT Radio (ogg)



Join us as we talk about everything related to Information Technology, and some other random stuff as well. (2012-06-21T18:26:59)
http://aiit.se/radio/


Finux Tech Weekly Podcast



Finux Tech Weekly Podcast. There is an ogg version of the show you can subscribe to the RSS feed to that show at http://www.finux.co.uk/FTW-PodcastOGG.xml (2012-05-25T12:00:00)
http://www.finux.co.uk


The Open Network

The Open Network podcast is all about open source, open core, open standards and open ideas. Each episode features an interesting personality with their take on open. Hosted by Alan Shimel, Managing Partner of The CISO Group and Network World open source blogger, Open Network will keep you abreast of the open world. (2012-05-15T00:00:00)
http://www.networkworld.com/podcasts/openmic/


TuxJam



A blend of Creative Commons music and FOSS chat with Kevie (2012-05-09T00:19:29)
http://unseenstudio.co.uk/tuxjam


Tech Misfits



This time it\’s technical. (Thanks Special K) (2012-05-08T13:45:33)
http://techmisfits.com


Aussie Geek Podcast



Bloody Awesome Tech (2012-04-14T03:39:49)
http://www.aussiegeekpodcast.com


QSK Netcast



Cluttering Up the Gaps in Your Life (2012-04-04T02:38:42)
http://qskcast.info


iNetizen.org | Hacker’s Podcast – By Hackers and for Hackers

A podcast for Hackers. (2012-04-02T18:34:31)
http://inetizen.org


Open Source Musician Podcast



Your guide to Open Source for musicians. (2012-02-08T04:41:51)
http://opensourcemusician.libsyn.com


Linux News Log

Separating the Linux and Open Source Signal from The Noise. (2012-01-23T05:58:57)
http://linux.quicksurf.com


Linux Trivia Podcast

Verbal’s Linux Trivia Podcast (2011-09-19T22:40:00)
http://setbit.org/lt.html


Information Underground Speexcast

“Information Underground” Speexcast features tech audiocasters speaking on non-tech issues (usually.) (2011-08-08T20:42:26)
http://gopher.info-underground.net:70/iu/


Anonymous Audio Netcast



Privacy Netcast for a Digital World (2011-08-08T15:14:58)
http://anonymousaudio.com


the_source – Your Source For Open Source, Hacking and Making

the_source – Your Source For Open Source, Hacking and Making (2011-07-06T08:02:40)
http://thecommandline.net


Novell Open Audio



Connecting Novell users with what’s going on inside and around the Novell universe. (2011-06-06T19:15:37)
http://www.novell.com/feeds/openaudio


The lottalinuxlinks linux podcast ogg feed

Linux user podcast from lottalinuxlinks.com (ogg feed) (2011-02-19T05:12:17)
http://lottalinuxlinks.com/podcast/ogg.html


Shot of Jaq



Ten minutes of short, sharp, informed, and funny comment about the open source world (2010-07-13T10:00:18)
http://shotofjaq.org


screencasters.heathenx.org



Inkscape tutorials for the novice and intermediate graphic artist. (2010-05-26T12:51:31)
http://screencasters.heathenx.org


LinuxLink Radio by TimeSys



This is a Podcast for embedded Linux developers. We discuss the latest news and how to’s in the world of embedded Linux. (2009-06-12T04:00:00)
http://www.timesys.com


Free Linux Helpline



If you are new to Linux or just curious, this show is a great way to learn more and get some help with problems you may face. Visit our website www.freelinuxhelpline.net for lots of useful information about Linux as well as instructions on how to call in to the show! This is our attempt to make a friendly place to help and encourage new Linux users without the RTFM attitude that has made many Linux forums infamous. The ogg feed can be found at: http://feedproxy.google.com/FLHLogg (2009-04-24T01:04:37)
http://www.freelinuxhelpline.net


IBM Linux Technology Center Podcast



Tune in weekly for this series about Linux and IBM, with Tom Gall as your host. Tom interviews various luminaries from IBM who work on various open source technologies. Hear all about their efforts, what it is, what it can do for you and how IBM is working with the larger open source community to make the world a better place. (2008-08-08T15:46:58)
http://planet-ltc.org/podcasts


Bungee Connect Developer Network The Bungee Line



Feed for the Bungee Connect Developers Around the World (2008-08-04T16:41:27)
http://bungeeconnect.wordpress.com



Archived Shows


http://www.tyrannozaurus.com/podcasts
http://www.thewindowbreakers.com
http://www.thepodcastnetwork.com/linuxuser
http://www.thelinuxbox.org
http://www.tdtrs.co.uk
http://www.retrobits.com
http://www.linuxworld.com/podcasts/linux
http://www.linuxreality.com
http://www.linux.org.au
http://www.infonomicon.org
http://www.handheldheroes.net
http://www.hackermedia.org
http://www.frostbitemedia.org
http://www.eff.org/linenoise
http://www.category5.tv
http://www.bsd.linuxbasix.com
http://www.binrev.com
http://www.armoredpenguin.net
http://webbaverse.com/uncategorized/animus-me
http://webbaverse.com/shows/kde-and-the-masters-of-the-universe
http://webbaverse.com/category/the-bsd-show
http://unixclubhouse.com
http://ubuntupodcast.net
http://ubuntuos.com
http://titradio.info
http://thelinuxpodcast.com
http://tdtrs.co.uk
http://somethingkindatechy.blogspot.com
http://securitycast.net/
http://securitycast.net
http://radio.linuxquestions.org
http://radio.kde.org
http://opennewsshow.org
http://linuxvoid.com
http://linuxnoob.libsyn.com
http://linuxinstall.net
http://linuxgeekdom.com/rssogg.xml
http://linuxcult.com
http://linuxcrazy.com
http://hak5.org
http://hackradiolive.org
http://h4cked.com
http://freedomsocks.co.uk
http://fossgeek.com
http://droid-nation.com
http://alternageek.com

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