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#1 Re: Off-topic » devuan on BuyVM » 2019-12-13 01:22:24

Greetings siva ~!
Kewl to see your words...

...now that gave me a laugh !  lol

Debian. Now with 100% more SystemD!

(it's on the website!!) tongue

#2 Re: Devuan Derivatives » [MiyoLinux] Update on the Update Notifier » 2019-11-03 20:46:01

MiyoLinux wrote:

One last question (anyone's input is welcome)...for the "Would you like to update your system now?" window...
Would the words plus icons...or...just the words alone be preferable on the buttons?

Nice!! I'll take both..
And this is Easy to tweak..but I'm torn between:
Pop-quiz 'user', you have updates waiting on your input...whata ya do? hmm
and
So, ya don't wanna update now? "I'll be back!" yikes

on to finding matching icons! tongue

As always MiyoLinux...nice addition to your builds ~ for the users 'ease of use'!!
Allot of time and effort...I hope you remember to eat and visit family often. lol

asta

#3 Re: Devuan Derivatives » Parrot OS and Devuan » 2019-10-28 18:22:26

aut0exec wrote:

....but if I'm being honest, I'm not qualified to build a distro, haha. Would be a very long road!

I hear ya! And I've said that, my way...so I just mix stuff together - like a baker!

aut0exec wrote:

Your linked thread is interesting. How you had any progress since your last post??

No...not with devuan`ing a parrot-type system. I would need more 'heads' involved ( wink ) to put together and
configure that kind of beast.
I'm a vuu - not a dev or coder...~ I couldn't even tweak anon-surf's script with success! LoLoL
i2p & p2p-mimo's are as close as I got.

But some good news, huh!?!?

golinux wrote:

....Devuan Devs.... !?

Now, that sounds like "qualified builders" to me! smile

#4 Re: Devuan Derivatives » Parrot OS and Devuan » 2019-10-26 22:11:18

A quick look at mentioned pkgs::

Radare: "free and advanced command line hexadecimal editor", radare2 v1.1.0+dfsg-5, is in our repo's
Cutter: "disconnect routed IP connections", v1.04-1, also in repo's
vscodium: humm, m$ thing? some work on github, I need more info there.

"the collection of wireless tools", is indeed - a collection! Tuff for me to choose what goes in the mix.
Mainly because, I've not been in that 'enviroment' for years, so I dropped my 1st hobby project. smile
I would need some input and advice on pkgs, to come up with a useful system.
"distro"? naaa, just a mix.

#5 Re: Off-topic » Show your desktop (rebooted) » 2019-10-26 22:05:39

rain.jpg




So far..I got a few done...but ~
Users must agree to play Nightwish...Done!
...all waking hours... Done!
...they must agree to play it loud enough...Done!
...until their neighbors complain... Day 3, and still no complaints yikes

Can we negotiate a tad?  smile

#7 Re: Devuan Derivatives » Parrot OS and Devuan » 2019-10-24 22:12:18

aut0exec wrote:

...and like a bunch of the pre-installed pieces of software they were including....

Would ya share which installed software, you like?
I'm jus` doing alittle recon. wink

#8 Re: Off-topic » Show your desktop (rebooted) » 2019-10-24 22:07:35

And ~ your including ALL that music yikes !!
Thanks..going to download now!!  tongue

#9 Re: Devuan Derivatives » [mini-p2p-mimo] New 'Devuan-based' Release: » 2019-10-20 20:44:37

Greetings all...

Other than english...
Anyone having troubles setting "locales" or "keyboard-configuration", during installation process?
Do your changes apply, after reboot - as expected?

I was questioned about errors received, concerning the install of:
task-japanese, In our repo's, no issue for me to install.
ja_JP Not in our repo's. End-User choice smile
but --
locales-all In our repo's, brings many "potentially harmful" warnings, needs more research.
I have not continued passed locales-all, and not installed as yet - I don't know enough about this.

Well, I might as well post their commands - it may help..!

sudo cp /home/uname/Downloads/ja_JP /usr/share/i18n/locales/
sudo apt install --install-recommends fcitx fcitx-mozc
sudo  apt -y install task-japanese locales-all

No need to install a "fonts" package? Or even the "task-japanese-desktop" pkg?

research continues.. smile
thx

#10 Devuan Derivatives » [mini-p2p-mimo] New 'Devuan-based' Release: » 2019-10-16 23:56:25

stanz
Replies: 1

mini-p2p-mimo ~ translation: "Minimal + peer2peer = Made-It-My-Own".
Comments:  miyoisomix at pm.me  -or-  stanz at i2pmail.org

done-logo.png

Released: Oct 2019
Build: Base pkgs/system, "Devuan", Ascii - stable release <devuan.org>.
Arch: "32 and 64bit builds"
sha256sums:
mini-p2p-mimo-32.iso: 9b71ba17f1c9db56241b544f00f796e5f2bb6f3a128dfdc223ea6babfec85379
mini-p2p-mimo-64.iso: 262cbba235656a64731ae15dd8e697ce49c6f39571447d8b1840f01723e39d22
...Also with the iso's on pcloud: see link below.

“mini-p2p-mimo”, is live media (created with refractasnapshot), and is easy to boot into and
start programs, to test and enjoy! Boot from a cd or usb, it will run mini-p2p-mimo,
without making 'any' changes to your current Operating System or Hard-drive.
If you do like it - then you can install it, while it's running - with the included “RefractaInstaller”!

mini-p2p-mimo, is built with your privacy and anonymity considered.

Installed "Applications/Packages" of interest:
Slim: A "desktop-independent graphical login manager" for X11.
Openbox: A stand-alone window manager.
Dynamic Right-click Menu (with or without icons).
tint2: Lightweight taskbar.

Spacefm: Multi-panel tabbed file manager - GTK2 version.
Geany or Featherpad: Lightweight, tabbed, editors.
qterminal: Lightweight Qt terminal emulator.
Yad: A tool for creating graphical dialogs from shell scripts.
MiyoLinux Update Notifier: Opens a notification displaying available updates.

Ring: Secure and distributed voice, video and chat platform - desktop client
OnionShare: Securely and anonymously share files of any size.
Amule: An eMule-like client for the eD2k and Kademlia networks.
Gtk-gnutella: A server/client for the Gnutella peer-to-peer network.
Hexchat (with: otr plugin): IRC client for X based on X-Chat 2

Palemoon: Web browser (added to source list - easily install if wanted).
Tor and Tor Web browser: Anonymizing overlay network for TCP.
APT transport via: "apt-transport-https" and "apt-transport-tor",
    Currently using tor, both work - 3 choices for ya!

Refractainstaller: A tool to install a running live-CD to hard drive.
Refractasnapshot: A tool to create a live-CD from the running system.

Xterm, Gparted, Bleachbit, and some other "Standard System Utilities".

Download locations:
= miyoisomix.i2p ( access with i2p-router running )
= tracker2.postman.i2p ( 'search' with i2p-router running )
= pcloud: Link to both the iso & shasums: ( access regular-web )
= Using OnionShare: Transfer the iso - using your Tor Browser,
( access over tor network, email me, to request link! )

#11 Re: Other Issues » apt https fail (beowulf) » 2019-09-28 22:05:23

Greetings...
This is just the post I was looking for! smile
I'm adding both options/protocols, to my build: apt-transport-https and apt-transport-tor.
Tor worked as expected, because the hidden services have been added to the 'get-devuan' page..! (Thx!)

golinux wrote:

Most devuan mirrors do not support https.  Either use http or choose one specific mirror that provides https.

A VERY helpful link (thx golinux!). As I had the same errors, and began my forum search...

alphalpha wrote:
https://sledjhamr.org/devuan beowulf
https://ftp.fau.de/devuan beowulf
https://pkgmaster.devuan.org beowulf
Err:10 https://sledjhamr.org/devuan beowulf Release
  404  Not Found [IP: 37.220.36.58 443]
Err:11 https://ftp.fau.de/devuan beowulf Release
  404  Not Found [IP: 131.188.12.211 443]

Same errors I first received (with same addy format), so I surfed to their .org clicked on, till I got to beowulf's directory - getting the full path.
Minor adjustment to your sources.list..

## testing repos
deb https://sledjhamr.org/devuan/merged beowulf main contrib non-free
deb https://ftp.fau.de/devuan/merged beowulf main contrib non-free

## devuan mirror that provides https
deb https://pkgmaster.devuan.org/merged beowulf main contrib non-free
deb https://pkgmaster.devuan.org/merged beowulf-security main contrib non-free
deb https://pkgmaster.devuan.org/merged beowulf-updates main contrib non-free
~$ sudo apt update
Hit:2 https://sledjhamr.org/devuan/merged beowulf InRelease                            
Hit:3 https://pkgmaster.devuan.org/merged beowulf InRelease                            
Get:4 https://ftp.fau.de/devuan/merged beowulf InRelease [25.6 kB]                     
Hit:5 https://pkgmaster.devuan.org/merged beowulf-security InRelease
Hit:6 https://pkgmaster.devuan.org/merged beowulf-updates InRelease
Get:7 https://ftp.fau.de/devuan/merged beowulf/main i386 Packages [8,002 kB]
Get:8 https://ftp.fau.de/devuan/merged beowulf/contrib i386 Packages [47.0 kB]         
Get:9 https://ftp.fau.de/devuan/merged beowulf/non-free i386 Packages [76.7 kB]        
Fetched 8,152 kB in 11s (749 kB/s)                                                     
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree       
Reading state information... Done

I hope this helps!
asta..

#12 Re: Devuan Derivatives » [mini-i2p-mimo] New 'Devuan-based' release: » 2019-09-12 06:37:55

mini-i2p-mimo-32 iso build ~ is uploaded at pcloud, and ready to be..served! tongue

#13 Re: Devuan Derivatives » [mini-i2p-mimo] New 'Devuan-based' release: » 2019-09-11 17:20:12

man rsync  --That was one of the best 'man' page reads, I've had!..
Working on 1st cup of coffee here...
This worked out the long way...so to say. And I'll re-visit rsync's example, thx fsr - for including that!

fsmithred wrote:

Or, you could probably do what the snapshot excludes file does...

yep~

# and exclude anything else beginning with "p"
- /home/*/.moonchild productions/pale moon/*.default/bookmarkbackups
- /home/*/.moonchild productions/pale moon/*.default/storage
- /home/*/.moonchild productions/pale moon/*.default/[a-o,A-Z]*
- /home/*/.moonchild productions/pale moon/*.default/[q-z]*
- /home/*/.moonchild productions/pale moon/*.default/permissions.sqlite
- /home/*/.moonchild productions/pale moon/*.default/persdict.dat
- /home/*/.moonchild productions/pale moon/*.default/places.sqlite
- /home/*/.moonchild productions/pale moon/*.default/places.sqlite-shm
- /home/*/.moonchild productions/pale moon/*.default/places.sqlite-wal

Since I'm working with cd's here, getting back that "+10MB's", really made the difference!

I'm really glad MiyoLinux caught that!! That little convenience for user's, makes a difference.
And to..

bgstack15 wrote:

There is a place Pale Moon browser default preferences can go....

I'm gonna look into that also!
I'm only concerned with having proxy settings in place, so user's just start surfing. (reason Tor is using it's own)
If the user chooses to adjust proxy settings after that (as done in the past), no problem!

Thanks for the assist!! smile
asta,
stanz

#14 Re: Devuan Derivatives » [mini-i2p-mimo] New 'Devuan-based' release: » 2019-09-10 06:41:58

Hello fsmithred...
Yep ~ my thoughts also, as I figured I tweaked the exclude.list - a-tad much! smile
The only file I found (prefs.js) with adjusted proxy settings (in the build system - well, all my systems),
/home/*/.moonchild productions/pale moon/6bctxfis.default/prefs.js

I found my old addition, that gave palemoon it's "first run" instance, for the new user - also 'excluding' that prefs.js file!
This made that happen:
- /home/*/.moonchild productions/*

My correction needs to include that '1' file - 'prefs.js', while excluding "5 other 'p' files & the remaining files,
plus the 3 folders.. - for that purpose (if possible!).
I'd like to exclude for sure:
- /home/*/.moonchild productions/pale moon/*.default/places.sqlite  #and save 10MB's.

Your technique on excluding everything in /var/log looks use-able, but tricky for my mind. hmm
Tweaked example, excludes anything beginning with "p" (and the one I'm trying to include)
- /home/*/.moonchild productions/pale moon/*.default/[a-o,A-Z].*
- /home/*/.moonchild productions/pale moon/*.default/q-z].*

Then somehow, narrow it down to...move into second letter?
- /home/*/.moonchild productions/pale moon/*.default/[pa-pl].*

Ok, thinking too much -- time for a scotch...be back tomorrow.
Thx and asta`la-way`go...
stanz

#15 Re: Devuan Derivatives » [mini-i2p-mimo] New 'Devuan-based' release: » 2019-09-09 07:30:52

That's really, really, good to read!! Sooo nice when things work as expected ~ or soon after!  lol
And you are welcome MiyoLinux!
This ain't no "heads or tails", (lol) but something else, needing to be available...freely!

Made Possible By:
Devuan
MiyoLinux
Fsmithred
I2P Dev's
Gallons of Caffeine

Now back to the 32bit release... yikes

#16 Re: Devuan Derivatives » [mini-i2p-mimo] New 'Devuan-based' release: » 2019-09-07 21:14:25

:: Important FYI Update Notice ::   I got it now, ~Test - Check it - Test, test, test again!

I found out Palemoon's Network Proxy Settings, do not get included in the iso!
You'll have to Manually adjust Proxy Settings - yourself, for Palemoon to use - i2p proxy & work!

palemoon-proxy.png

Palemoon: Check - 'Manual proxy configuration'
- HTTP Proxy: 127.0.0.1  Port:4444
- SSL Proxy: 127.0.0.1   Port:4445
- FTP Proxy: 127.0.0.1   Port:4444
- SOCKS Host: 'empty'       Port: 0
- Check - 'SOCKS v5'
- No Proxy for: localhost, 127.0.0.1
-- Nothing else is checked--
- Shut-Down Palemoon Browser- start i2p-router - Palemoon opens, - enjoy anonymity!

An update made to downloads links..
We got a 'working' link at 'pcloud'.  smile
and,
32bit release coming -very soon!
(...I guess I do need version release names/numbers now!?? yikes

#17 Re: Off-topic » Show your desktop (rebooted) » 2019-09-04 20:08:14

Checking out postimg ...
My desktop...
desktop.jpg
and pondering this, for mini-i2p-mimo...
desk2.jpg
smile

#18 Re: Devuan Derivatives » [mini-i2p-mimo] New 'Devuan-based' release: » 2019-09-03 20:38:43

Made a change & correction:

Tor Browser: I Left 'default proxy settings', so user can surf web - without starting i2p-router.
Palemoon: See Next Post! ...as i2p uses palemoon at router startup.

Switched-out -- 'Ring' for 'OnionShare', because I didn't test if Ring works with i2p proxy! yikes
(I'll bring Ring back in basic-mini)

32bit release coming soon! big_smile
(do I need version release numbers now!?? yikes )
asta...

#19 Re: Devuan Derivatives » [mini-i2p-mimo] New 'Devuan-based' release: » 2019-08-27 06:51:29

Thank you MiyoLinux!

I started this 'hobby', just to have my system on a disk- to reinstall when I broke it! tongue

Awesome to hear you installed it! I am relieved to know it worked - whew! yikes
You...fsr and refracta made this all possible.
And your mixes - Voo-du and other derivatives, offered good examples to follow!

Keeping the base system lite, leaves room to introduce other awesome packages,
like 'Ring' and 'i2p'.  You've done the same!!

Thanks for telling us to, Make It Your Own...so I did, Made It My Own!  smile

I couldn't help it...I had to spread the Devuan word & iso's on the i2p 'dark web'  LoL
Just natural, to wanna talk about what works and has a kewl community of participants!
cool

#20 Devuan Derivatives » [mini-i2p-mimo] New 'Devuan-based' release: » 2019-08-26 17:32:40

stanz
Replies: 12

mini-i2p-mimo ~ translation: "Minimal + i2p = Made-It-My-Own".

Comments: miyoisomix at pm.me  -or- stanz at i2pmail.org
Important Update in Post #5 !!

done-logo.png

Released: Sept 3, 2019
Build: Base pkgs/system, is "Devuan", Ascii stable release <devuan.org>.
Arch: "32 and 64bit builds".
sha256sum: With the iso's on pcloud: link below

“mini-i2p-mimo”, is live media (created with refractasnapshot), and is easy to boot into, and check out.
Boot from a cd or usb, it will run mini-i2p-mimo, giving you plenty of time, to check out everything installed, without making 'any' changes to your current Operating System or Hard-drive.
If you do like it - then you can install it, while it's running - with the included “RefractaInstaller”!

mini-i2p-mimo, is built with your privacy and anonymity considered.
[Quote from the ‘geti2p.net’ website]
“What does I2P do for you?
The I2P network provides strong privacy protections for communication over the Internet. Many activities that would risk your privacy on the public Internet can be conducted anonymously inside I2P. “
Please visit: “http://geti2p.net/en/about/intro”, to learn more about i2p and using the installed packages!

Installed Packages of interest:
Lightdm: Simple display manager.
Openbox: A stand-alone window manager.
Dynamic Right-click Menu (with or without icons)
tint2: Lightweight taskbar.
Spacefm: file manager.
Geany: A fast and lightweight IDE.
Yad: A tool for creating graphical dialogs from shell scripts.
OnionShare: Securely and anonymously share files of any size.
Palemoon: Web browser. (Currently needing manual network Proxy Configuration - Post #5, below)
Tor and Tor Web browser: Anonymizing overlay network for TCP
i2p-router, "i2p-webbrowser--64bit only": Invisible Internet Project ( I2P ) - anonymous network.
Refractainstaller-gui: A tool to install a running live-CD to hard drive.
Refractasnapshot-base: A tool to create a live-CD from the running system.
Xfburn, Hexchat, Gparted, Bleachbit, qterminal,
and some other "Standard System Utilities".

Download locations:
= miyoisomix.i2p [on i2p network]
= pcloud: Link to both the iso & shasum
=Using OnionShare, to transfer the iso, using your Tor Browser.

That's what I got right now... ideas welcome!  smile

#21 Re: Off-topic » What P2P program/utility/application are you using? » 2019-08-25 19:35:13

Ok, account made.
Got iso & notes uploaded.
Guess its time to add a post in the derivatives catogory... roll

Would still like to hear what folks are using...
Thx
stanz

#22 Re: Off-topic » What P2P program/utility/application are you using? » 2019-08-24 18:22:59

fsmithred wrote:

you don't have to give them personal information....

Awww man! ...and the first thing I gotta see is gaagle smut!! yikes
This page is protected by reCAPTCHA,
and subject to the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of service.

grumble*grumble*bitch*bitch...
Ok Ok...I know your right ~ again... hmm  Miyo told me the same thing too.

Their gonna wanna link to my device to - I bet!  (insert: grumble*grumble*bitch*bitch...)
Alright, gonna look into it more...thanks guys...(insert another: grumble*grumble*bitch*bitch...)
Be back in abit.....(insert another, longer: grumble*grumble*bitch*bitch...)

#23 Re: Off-topic » What P2P program/utility/application are you using? » 2019-08-23 19:55:00

fsmithred & Ogis1975 wrote:

....qBittorrent

I've used qBittorrent allot also, ...and I really, really, really - don't like or trust 'clouds'.

asta...

#24 Re: Off-topic » What P2P program/utility/application are you using? » 2019-08-23 04:32:25

masterpeace wrote:

p2p as in torrents ? transmission

me wrote:

Offering a torrent - wants my real ip, to work from home...naaa..  tongue

LoL... I looked into serving/seeding a torrent (which I thought sounded - easy)...but
it came down to using/revealing my real/home ip addy.  naaa....
I'm leaning towards something in our repos...I suppose.
like, emule..gtk-gnutella...nicotine...
But if they connect - anything goes!
Some amount of anonymity & privacy required.  wink

oh, bookworm nerd...rock`on. My ol`lady is always in a book...  lol

#25 Off-topic » What P2P program/utility/application are you using? » 2019-08-23 01:13:58

stanz
Replies: 8

I don't want to use sourceforge, to make my iso available.
Offering a torrent - wants my real ip, to work from home...naaa..  tongue
I am interested in the p2p kinda thing...as no one needs to register or
get bashed with ads & sh*t.

So I ask...politely, what folks are using...maybe why, also.  smile


#1: Using the I2p network, I already have my files hosted on my: miyoisomix.i2p website,
       i2p, also has its own anon torrent client {i2psnark} & tracker {postman.i2p},
       ...and already has been served. lol

#2: Came across tribler - looks like a good compromise. Might install to test!?

#3: *bittorrent - No anonymity for me or you! (I'm still looking into alternatives)


Thanks for your input - advice - and...reply!
stanz

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