A while back, I found myself in need of two webservers that would terminate TLS (with different rules). I wanted to run some custom code I’d written (which uses TLS peer authentication), and also nginx on port 443.
The best way I figured out how to do this was to write a tool to sit on port 443, and parse TLS Client Hello packets, and dispatch to the correct backend depending on the SNI name.
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The developers of the NAS4Free open-source and free embedded storage BSD-based distribution for GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and other UNIX-like systems, announced the release of NAS4Free 10.3.0.3.
We reported a few days ago that PCLinuxOS tester Ika has announced the release of his PCLinuxOS 64 Xfce 2016.07 and PCLinuxOS 64 LXDE 2016.07 Community Edition operating systems.
Latest MiniTube 2.5.2 Version Available for Ubuntu/Linux Mint
MiniTube is beautiful, lightweight and a native YouTube client. With MiniTube you can watch YouTube videos by typing keyword into the search-box and MiniTube will immediately loads the results. It offers two type of searches: channel search and keyword search. It provides endless video stream, playback on MiniTube is smooth and instant, without a noticeable buffering time, as I tested. Minitube does not require the Flash Player.
FFmpeg 3.1.1 “Laplace” Has Been Released
FFmpeg is a popular multimedia framework, that enables the users to easily ncode, transcode, mux, demux, stream, filter and play audio and video content.
Slightly later than on monthly schedule but Weblate 2.7 is out today. This release brings improvements to the API and is first to officially support wlc a command line client for Weblate.
Zbigniew Konojacki informs Softpedia today, July 10, 2016, about the availability for download of the Beta of the 4MLinux 19.0 operating system, which will be released later this year.
It's Sunday night, so guess what? Yes, that's right, Linus Torvalds has just announced the availability of the seventh Release Candidate of the upcoming Linux 4.7 kernel branch.
We hope you are enjoying your time on our site and we also want to make it better. Its been a long time for this so today we are bringing seventh segment of "Introduction with Linux Distro" series.
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Reddit: I'm only posting here because I got downvoted and ignored in the actual help subs, but I'm a newbie in need of help with installation issues.
So I just got an Acer ZC-606 from my granddad who said that I could have it if I could fix it. It originally came with Windows 8.1, but it wasn't booting correctly.
Now, my original plan with this computer was to just install Windows 10 onto it, as the 8.1 it came with wasn't working. So, I made a bootable win10 usb from my other computer (Windows 7 HP Pavillion), and installed Windows 10. I got it all set up and working; I even installed steam, downloaded a couple games, played a couple games for a bit. I then left it on sleep while I went to bed so it could install another game.
When I went to turn it on this morning, it was trying to install from the usb again, as I must've forgotten to remove it after it installed Windows 10. So, when I took it out, I was greeted with "Reboot and select proper boot device, or insert media in selected boot device."
So, I used unetbootin on my other computer to make a usb that I could install Ubuntu from. But the issue is, when I try to install it, I get the following error message on the Live CD:
"You need at least 8.3 GB disk space to install Ununtu.
This computer has only 2.0 GB."
Now, with my limited knowledge, I'm assuming that it's not recognizing the hard drive, and it's trying to install it onto the usb drive instead.
When I start up gparted, this is what I see.
I have no idea what to do from here and Google isn't helping.
Thanks in advance!submitted by /u/Ren-Ren
Looking for an image viewer that will let me slowly and smoothly zoom and pan an image like in this video.
Something with the ability to record to video would be all the better.
Found photofilmstrip in the Mint repos. Looks like it might be exactly what I was looking for.submitted by /u/mortalityisreal
It looks like the "This Week in Solus" weekly newsletter are a thing again, and this is the second week in a row Solus developer Joshua Strobl announces a new installation to keep the community updated with the latest innovations.