Mir 0.31.0 release

Linux - Fri, 03/16/2018 - 02:31
Categories: Linux

Weekly [Discussion] Thread

Tasker: Total Automation for Android - Fri, 03/16/2018 - 02:05

Pull up a chair and put that work away, it's Friday! /r/Tasker open discussion starts now

Allowed topics - Post your tasks/profiles

  • Screens/Plugins

  • "Stupid" questions

  • Anything Android

Happy Friday!

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Ugh, of course Germany trounces Blighty for cyber security salaries

The Register - Fri, 03/16/2018 - 02:04
Britons never, never, never shall be wage slaves. Oh wait

Cyber security professionals in Germany earn on average 17 per cent more than their UK counterparts.…

Looking for a shell that will audit user actions and remain completely hidden.

Essentially if a staff member hops onto one of our servers and begins meddling in things they shouldn't i'd like a log of this.

I'd also like to do something like display a falsified authorized_keys file encase they wish to see what shell they're being sent into.

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Google buffs Chrome Enterprise with new tub of PartnerShine™

The Register - Fri, 03/16/2018 - 01:03
Face it, you're not going to adopt ChromeOS without integrating stuff you already run

Google’s beefed up Chrome Enterprise, its US$50-a-year management service for Chrome OS devices.…

What is future of Linux firewalling?

Linux - Fri, 03/16/2018 - 00:55

Can we expect iptables to become (widely) considered obsolete anytime soon? Is it good moment to say that nftables is the way to go? Most of all: What's going on with this bpf ( ) thingy, will it evolve to standalone alternative to nftables or maybe it will become enhancement/part of nftables?

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Categories: Linux

In-App Purchase Promotions

Developing Android Apps - Fri, 03/16/2018 - 00:50

How do you guys handle sales, and maybe giving away free in-app purchases? Do you organize competitions on social media, or just in the app itself? Do you give away codes to review sites, or on Reddit? Any advice?

My app is free and offers an in-app purchase to upgrade to pro.

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Categories: Android, Linux

Cyborg fined for riding train without valid ticket

The Register - Thu, 03/15/2018 - 23:57
Subcutaneous smart card doesn’t cut it in Sydney

A self-described “cyborg” who slipped a public transport smartcard under his skin has pled guilty to riding trains without a valid ticket and copped a fine, plus costs.…


Linux - Thu, 03/15/2018 - 23:06
Categories: Linux

find -exec, xargs, and ctags

Command Line - Thu, 03/15/2018 - 22:10

I have sources/ folder containing a large number of java classes that I would like to generate ctags for and use them in vim.

My first attempt was:

$ find -type f -name '*.java' | xargs ctags

I tried following tags in vim, but noticed that some were working and some were not. When I looked at the tags file, I noticed that the definitions were indeed missing.

My second attempt was:

$ find -type f -name '*.java' -exec ctags {} +

Same issue with this one.

My final attempt was:

$ ctags `find -type f -name '*.java'`

This worked! I could navigate to all the tags in vim and saw the definitions in the tags file.

Why did xargs and find -exec not work? I would like to know and understand the reason. Thanks!

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