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    wireguard vpn [WIP]

    Well, doesn't seem as if anyone has much use for this, but I wrote up some more about building the stuff over on my blog nevertheless (some info is duplicated from the above posts). There's also an archive with the files at the bottom of that blog entry. Note I don't say anything about how to...
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    wireguard vpn [WIP]

    Automation for setting up a basic tunnel with wg-quick now works (I have a wrapper script that creates /dev/net/tun and the missing /dev/fd -> /proc/self/fd symlink before invoking wg-quick), except for changing the nameserver - it tries to use tools that don't exist for that one. A few other...
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    wireguard vpn [WIP]

    For the past couple of days, I've been trying to set up a WireGuard VPN on SuperZaxxon. Current status: Seems to work in principle - I can create a tunnel, and I can connect to the system on the other side. I'm using the wireguard-go userspace implementation though, haven't tried to make the...
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    Future of the CPU board?

    The MNT Reform is going to use an i.MX 8M too. The Reform has way more space available in the case though, and more battery power... (See https://mntre.com/media/news_md/2019-05-20-reintroducing-reform.html and pictures at https://mastodon.social/@mntmn/media)
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    Release SuperZaxxon v1.76

    Not that I expect anyone to pick up the work, but checking and possibly updating any available build instructions would be great (at this point I notice that the SSL cert on pandorawiki.org has run out, gonna ping ED about it...)
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    Slackware for Pandora 14.2

    Nothing useful in the logs on the IPv6 problem. Module is loaded, and in the Network Manager connection info I see that an IPv6 address from the local network is being assigned. But the address will not be shown in an ip address show or ifconfig. Maybe some incompatibility between that version...
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    Slackware for Pandora 14.2

    Switched on the Pandora for the first time after a long pause yesterday and installed the 14.2-3 rootfs. I have hit two hitches, up to now: One, I haven't been able to get NetworkManager to configure an IPv6 address on our wifi, regardless of autoconfiguration settings (all the interfaces have...
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    SSL cert not valid on brave/chrome android

    I'm not getting any errors in any web browser, so I dropped that into the SSLlabs test at https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=www.dragonbox.de&hideResults=on and it warns that your server will return the openpandora.org certificate when a very old client connects that doesn't support...
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    I'm out of ideas for news-titles

    I'd be perfectly fine with 2GB. Just ordered the bigger variant as it seemed way more common and I could afford it, not because I thought I'd need it on this kind of device. Probably not true for everyone though... Previous-generation Intel i5 server CPUs had to reduce their memory frequency by...
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    Release Pale Moon

    Thanks!
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    Release Pale Moon

    Does the latest release (27.3.0) possibly miss some libraries? I get libffi.so.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory Failed to load module: /mnt/utmp/palemoon/lib/gio/modules/libgiofam.so ...and when I hack that up by creating a symlink to the existing...
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    With full steam into the new year!

    Stretch? Squeeze is very old ;) Another option would be to rebase on Devuan, wo are working on a Debian overlay that replaces all packages that hard depend on systemd with versions that don't. They also provide armel and armhf binaries. Moving from Debian jessie to Devuan jessie is quite easy...
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    New Server!

    Seems perfectly sane for normal operations, but I agree it's good practice to reduce the TTL in time before a planned migration.
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    New Server!

    http://stalker.openpandora.org/ currently redirects to the Drastic forum too.
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    Slackware inside Pandora.

    Ow, not used to Slackware - only had a look at /etc/init.d... /etc/rc.d sounds somewhat BSD-ish...
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