In-Depth Series: general
- Number of episodes: 1987
- Open/closed: open
- Date of earliest show: 2007-12-31
- Date of latest show: 2023-07-21
- Series RSS feeds: ogg, spx, mp3
hpr3905 :: Presenting Fred Black hosted by folky
I have a short talk to present Fred Black.
In this episode, I introduce FFMPEG, media containers, and codecs
hpr3901 :: Time Managment hosted by operat0r
I prepare my podcast files for listening in Audacity.
This is how I fixed corrupt video files from my dash cam after an accident
An hour of news and commentary of software development and the overall FOSS space.
hpr3892 :: Emacs package curation, part 1 hosted by dnt
Let's go through every single package installed in my Emacs configuration.
A great tool to quickly find the differences between two files
Sgoti talks about KeePassXC's security model and a recent CVE.
Learn these essential Linux commands so you know how to run your cluster
hpr3886 :: light saber zzz ohh no! hosted by operat0r
I talk about my problem with light savers ...
A kitchen experiment to demonstrate the power of condensing steam
hpr3881 :: Xplane_VatSim_2022 hosted by operat0r
I talk about vatsim and xplane Obsession
I installed a new smart thermostat
hpr3879 :: HPR at Hillend hosted by Dave Morriss
MrX and Dave Morriss have lunch and record a chat
You need this information to understand your system better
Sgoti discusses the Keepass X.C. audit by Zaur Molotnikov
Sharing My Experience As A First-Time Contributor
hpr3873 :: Nextcloud instance updating hosted by ToeJet
Automatic updating of Nextcloud Installation
Sgoti talks about the Oh No News and replies to a few HPR shows.
hpr3868 :: News. hosted by Some Guy On The Internet
Sgoti reports the recent FBI criminal reports and other news.
hpr3867 :: Leap 15.4 Docker Install hosted by JWP
Install Leap 15.4 and Docker on an Fuji SN900 Thin Client
hpr3866 :: Introducing myself hosted by Ryuno-Ki
I discovered HPR at FOSDEM 2023 and want to join the party
In this article I gave ChatGPT a prompt and it produced an HPR episode about ChatGPT
hpr3862 :: Firefox Extensions hosted by Archer72
Archer72 Goes over extensions used on the Desktop and yes, Mobile too.
How to find the lost Raspberry PI Zero on your home network
hpr3859 :: My Live in Devices hosted by JWP
Just a run down on my devices
An account of the first time I saw a solar flare with my own eyes.
hpr3856 :: Painting toy soldiers hosted by Klaatu
I started painting miniatures for wargames
Claudio talks about OpenSSH escape sequence features.
A rushed episode going over the steps I used to create a ChatGPT prompt to generate an HPR episode
I talk briefly about my UDM router setup for 2023
hpr3851 :: Firefox extensions hosted by Ken Fallon
Ken walks through a list of Extensions he has installed in Firefox and why he uses them
hpr3849 :: trouble shooting hosted by Brian in Ohio
don't over look the obvious
Sgoti uses vim sessions to quickly edit his email filters.
hpr3847 :: All about Synchrotrons hosted by Clinton Roy
Beginning of a series on Synchrotrons
Lugcast participants ramble about things before the podcast
Sgoti and Bumble bee discusses U.S. Marshals Service Ransomware attack and more.
hpr3838 :: Biking to Work hosted by Jon Kulp
EMERGENCY SHOW: Jon Kulp records an episode while riding his bicycle to work
hpr3837 :: Make a vortex cannon hosted by Mike Ray
How to make a vortex cannon which can extinguish a candle at about ten feet
Archer72 fixes misplaced belts and figures out what really happened
hpr3832 :: How I left Google behind hosted by minnix
Just an overview of what services I now use to replace previously used Google services
Some Guy On the Internet chats with a friend, Bumble Bee.
Dave Morriss and MrX talk about various technical topics
Oh No! News, is Good News.
hpr3827 :: Reply to hpr 3798 hosted by Brian in Ohio
added slackware information
hpr3825 :: Creating a natural aquarium hosted by minnix
Setting up your first natural, self-sustaining freshwater aquarium
Three examples of using Gitlab's CICD to generate a website.
Dissecting a COVID watch issued by Hong Kong Department of Health
Oh No! News, is Good News.
I explain how I assigned different functions to the spare buttons on my trackball mice.
hpr3818 :: nop test redux hosted by Brian in Ohio
A better nop test
Oh No! News, is Good News.
Hear about the Uniscope 300 mainframe terminal from 1964.
a z80 nop test
Ken interviews Ciarán Ainsworth about Funkwhale that lets you listen and share music and audio
Brian starts the process of building an 8 bit retro computer
Document File Format - a continuation of Content Format
hpr3803 :: Chatbot hallucination hosted by dnt
The inevitable show featuring a segment written by the chatbot ChatGPT.
hpr3802 :: Attack of the Squishmallow hosted by Rho`n
Rho`n records replacing the screen to a MacBook Pro
hpr3801 :: Enter the gopher hosted by screwtape
Participating in the gopher internet protocol
hpr3799 :: My home router history hosted by norrist
Recent router maintenance makes me remember all the fun I've had with my home network router
rho_n shows Ken how to submit changes to the new HPR static site.
A quick taste of programming with dependent types
I fix the cassette tape mechanism to a resale shop karaoke machine
GOD probably will use a Chromebook.
In which we learn to read music by going for a walk
Describing exploratory libre common lisp portable games I am using acl2 formal methods in modules of
hpr3788 :: Nitecore Tube torch hosted by Dave Morriss
I have owned one of these for many years and find it very useful
Rho`n describes fixing the wiring to a ceramic Christmas tree
Mike puts the HPR Web Site to the test.
Wikipedia article on the various types of content formats
hpr3781 :: The Joule Thief hosted by Andrew Conway
Using the Joule Thief to suck energy out of flat batteries
Just because you can do a thing, does that mean you should?
I made a 'beeing" podcast about Google products, interoperability and their lousy security
Claudio talks about installing and running Haiku R1/beta4 on Bhyve
hpr3776 :: A linux distro review hosted by Bookewyrmm
A linux distro review
How to make a punch-card computer from stuff from the kitchen
The racing series for $500 cars.
hpr3773 :: My Public Speaking Rules hosted by Mike Ray
Some tips on public speaking for technical talks or lectures.
I have a look at a cheap solar panel and learn a bit about how it works, and doesn't work.
I describe how I managed to eliminate pain from carpal tunnel syndrome and osteoarthritis.
hpr3768 :: Jeep Ignition Repair hosted by Stache_AF
Replacing ignition on my 1999 Jeep Wrangler
hpr3767 :: LP article from Wikipedia hosted by Archer72
LP article from Wikipedia about the long playing vinyl record and its history.
ACER Nitro 5 laptop review
My journey into technology covering some of the prose-writing technology I've used along the way.
A look into this psychological phenomenon
hpr3762 :: Existence is pain hosted by operat0r
RSI, carpal tunnel syndrome and ergonomics
Small talk on SBCs and free software.
How I got my first job as a sysadmin and a story about NFS
Chatting about recent career changes
Verify your Mastodon account using GnuPG and Keyoxide.org
hpr3755 :: Synergy over ssh hosted by Ken Fallon
Control your other PC securely using synergy over ssh
A Squirrels Rebuttal of GNU World Order episode 489 Cloud Services
AKA alphanumeric acronyms, alphanumeric abbreviations, or numerical contractions
the why and what of some new recording hardware
hpr3751 :: Using Noisetorch hosted by Deltaray
Noisetorch is a program for Linux that creates a virtual microphone that removes background sounds.
hpr3749 :: Making your own parts hosted by Deltaray
3D printers are useful for making your own custom parts and I talk about the parts I've made.
The Squirrels have modified Bash Podder to do something different
I talk about Twitter after dinner with some Humans
hpr3746 :: Cpuinfo hosted by Klaatu
How to get CPU info on Linux
hpr3745 :: Pinecil walkthrough hosted by Archer72
Details of the Pinecil soldering iron menu with a secret menu
Talking about my experience of advent of code so far
hpr3743 :: HPR News hosted by Some Guy On The Internet
News for the Community, by the Community.
Seemingly advanced artefacts of one's locale are tangled whims upon exponential inspiration.
hpr3738 :: Intro to KMyMoney hosted by Kinghezy
Brief Intro to KMyMoney on KDE
Rho`n talks about his new KOBO Libra H20 e-reader
hpr3736 :: Metasyntactic words hosted by Klaatu
Blah blah blah (literally)
I talk about inetd and give an example of how to write a service for it
hpr3733 :: Smite hosted by Some Guy On The Internet
The battleground of the gods.
I talk about my experience with the Atari Jaguar and Jaguar CD
hpr3731 :: Speech recognition in Kdenlive hosted by dnt
A brief description of how you can use speech recognition to transcribe your clips in Kdenlive
Explaining the workflow to contribute to this foss game with media assets
hpr3728 :: Pinebook Pro review hosted by binrc
I talk about the Pinebook Pro (and bricking various other arm devices)
Rho`n describes adding a new hard drive to his work computer and expanding its filesystem
Ken shows you how to use this mapping tool to display transit routes in your area.
hpr3724 :: My top Android apps hosted by Archer72
I walk through the top apps on my phone
hpr3723 :: HPR News hosted by Some Guy On The Internet
News for the Community, by the Community.
hpr3719 :: HPR News hosted by Some Guy On The Internet
InfoSec; the language of security.
In this episode I explain how I use the shotcut video editor to edit video on a low end PC.
Twin Tin Hats, feat. archer72.
The team talk about the nearly 12 years of producing CCHits.net.
hpr3711 :: Cars hosted by Zen_Floater2
A short review of Cars today
Some ramblings about what next generation consoles used to mean to games, gamers and game developers
hpr3708 :: Insomnia as a Hobby hosted by TrumpetJohn
Fighting insomnia? Enjoy it...with a few tricks!
Retrieval of future robot parts in the field
I talk about configuring FreeBSD as a desktop OS and give tips for those coming from Linux
I add a calendar to the budget spreadsheet in LibreOffice
hpr3703 :: McCurdy House Tour hosted by operat0r
operat0r brings us on a House Tour
hpr3702 :: Easter Ogg hosted by Dave Morriss
From Scotland, another chat between MrX and Dave Morriss
The history and future of ReiserFS, its involvement with DARPA, a sordid murder and Kernel politics
We will dive into our favorite games or others with interesting mechanics.
hpr3698 :: Spectrogram hosted by Klaatu
Edit audio as a spectrogram
Using youtube's channel RSS feeds to watch youtube from the command line
Organic Synthesis of Human and Machine Occurs Post Cosmic Event
Rho`n describes fixing the safety mechanism to his electric mower
installing a plan 9 cpu+web server, namespaces to the rescue, web app security models and more
hpr3685 :: Budget and an Android app hosted by Archer72
Zoho docs for budgeting
hpr3684 :: Wake on Lan hosted by JWP
Wake on Lan mother board feature
Ken keeps forgetting how to add a favourite to OSMAnd
I talk about the design of Plan 9 and how I use it
In today's show klaatu drags us through the mud with his somewhat belated descovery.
Claudio responds to binrc's episode on BSD for Linux Users and rambles on about other BSD stuff.
hpr3665 :: UNIX Is Sublime hosted by binrc
I talk about all of the reasons I love UNIX
You'll need your tin hat for this one.
Rho`n describes his approach to developing a static site generator for HPR
How I maintain my Linux Box, Part One.
Toy projects are a great way to learn a new language, and a project I did just for fun.
hpr3655 :: BSD for Linux users hosted by binrc
I attempt to explain the wacky and wonderful world of BSD in a Linux friendly way
How much of of site can I make using only the data from the feed?
hpr3653 :: Hello HPR Community hosted by Stache_AF
Introducing myself to the HPR community
hpr3652 :: Registered memory hosted by JWP
Not to be confused with ECC memory, although memory modules often use both technologies.
Ken brings the DeLorean up to 141.6Kph to address monochromec's comment on stats
hpr3647 :: Weekend projects hosted by Rho`n
Rho`n rambles about some weekend projects
a description of a laptop
Rambling about my computing history and tech stack.
We go back ... WAY BACK to golden days of hacking
I revise previous capture scripts
How to enable sftp using a sshd server on android/lineageos
hpr3637 :: HPR feed to Sqlite hosted by norrist
First step in creating a static copy of HPR
hpr3634 :: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About PEX Part 05 - PEX and the Single Installer hosted by Trey
My PEX installation experience part 2
Computer memory is a generic term for all of the different types of data storage technology that a c
Mobile computer Battlestation part 1; 16 cell power supply and BMS
Discusses plumbing code and installation
You can now submit shows to the Reserve Queue for when free slots are not filled on time.
We got trolled and what we're going to do about it.
hpr3614 :: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About PEX Part 02- The Joy of PEX - What is it and how is it us hosted by Trey
Information about PEX and how it is used
An anecdote about buying a cheap lawn chair and trying to get a part replaced.
Ken proves Mathematically that programming is not easier with maths.
Part 2 of using Slackware on the old netbook
hpr3604 :: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About PEX Part 01- Let's Talk About PEX - Introduction hosted by Trey
Introduction to PEX
origin story and trouble in school
In the 1980's, out of ignorance, I bought a real dud of a car
The PRO's of using a Slackware 32 bit operating system
MrX and Dave Morriss chatting about this and that
I talk about my issues and solutions for desk ergonomics
Knightwise gives a quick overview of 3 months on the Surface pro X
hpr3591 :: Small Flashlights hosted by JWP
Stuff that goes in your pocket
hpr3589 :: Sample of my microphones hosted by Archer72
Microphones I have around the apartment
hpr3587 :: 20220406_UDM hosted by operat0r
I talk about my Home Router U D M from ubiquity
Freedom has a cost.
The story of Raid cards 1999 to present
After episode 3543, some messages were exchanged
hpr3581 :: My daily Linux driver. hosted by knightwise
Knightwise talks about the Linux system he uses as a daily driver.
hpr3579 :: PINN is not NOOBS hosted by Archer72
Multibooting raspberry pi
Knightwise gives his first impressions on the latest LTS release of Ubuntu
hpr3575 :: An Edinburgh Blether hosted by Dave Morriss
MrX and Dave Morriss catching up after nearly a year
hpr3572 :: More about NVMe hosted by JWP
Who what when and were of NVMe
hpr3571 :: The Meatball Mystery hosted by Windigo
A naming oddity leads to questions about geneaology and American history
hpr3568 :: PopKorn Episode 2: Programming, Mathematics, and Asymmetric Literacy hosted by BlacKernel
in This episOde, blackeRnel Tries to help yoU undeRstand Enough about math and programming
A short Podcast about NVMe how it works and it is good
How to adjust a toggle plate on a MOBICAT MC 120 PRO Jaw Crusher
An image might reveal data you want to keep private
hpr3561 :: Employment security hosted by Archer72
Phone system for the state of Illinois
How Lenovo is spicing up the life of their user with strange challenges
hpr3556 :: TTS for HPR hosted by takov751
Few voice samples to swap espeak TTS in HPR intro
hpr3555 :: PopKorn Episode 1: The Fallacy of the Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the ETC hosted by BlacKernel
BlacKernel tries talking off the cuff with mixed results
Guide to some cool science and tech channels on Bitchute
Rho`n talks about his new PineTime smart watch development kit
hpr3544 :: All my microphones hosted by Andrew Conway
A show recording using every microphone I had to hand.
hpr3543 :: Idle thoughts on web browsers hosted by dnt
and a call for your own on the same
hpr3542 :: The Worst Car I Ever Had hosted by Beeza
Beeza releases 30 years of frustration about a particularly dreadful car he once owned.
With negotiation painful barely legible robotic voices will develop into beautiful expressive music
Installing Tenacity, and the reasons behind the fork.
making an arduino board useful
This is a story of a laptop with two power problems.
hpr3535 :: template Haskell hosted by tuturto
turturto talks how she's using template Haskell to cut down amount of code she writes
hpr3534 :: Vernier caliper hosted by Ken Fallon
Ken recommends a very useful tool for measuring stuff
hpr3533 :: Porridge hosted by dnt
A show about porridge
This ep is just explanation of the general idea and introducing useful communities around the topic
hpr3531 :: Barrier: Software KVM hosted by Windigo
A brief inroduction to the Barrier software KVM
hpr3528 :: Slackware on a netbook hosted by Archer72
A response show to HPR3512
Claudio talks about how he upgraded the SSD on his Asus Eee PC 901 netbook.
hpr3524 :: Wheels Addendum - How to Reliably Attach Wheels to PAR Robot Platform hosted by Mechatroniac
The most difficult part of Post Apocalyptic Robotics - how to keep the wheels on
hpr3523 :: The Compose key hosted by dnt
What is the compose key, and how to set it up on X, GNOME and Windows.
Ep 1 of Robot Warlords of the Apocalypse, build a free robot platform/crash buggy from old printers
hpr3515 :: ADB and scrcpy hosted by Ken Fallon
Some useful tools for working with Android Devices
I talk about old pentest stories
Summits on the Air is the combination of mountain climbing and amateur radio
hpr3512 :: Auld Acquaintance hosted by Jezra
flappin gums aboot auld hardware and how I use it.
USB Turntable fix and sound journey with arecord, asound and ffmpeg
hpr3506 :: HPR CONTEST 2022 01 hosted by operat0r
I give away 50$ prize !
Andrew and Dave watch the launch of the JWST
hpr3503 :: Configuring Mumble hosted by Ken Fallon
In this episode we will show you how to connect to the HPR Community Room on Mumble.
hpr3502 :: New year Greetings and a short review of my new Juno PC hosted by Tony Hughes AKA TonyH1212
I just ramble for a few minutes about my new Juno PC
I fix a noisy blower motor that I put off since last winter.
hpr3497 :: Jankilators. hosted by one_of_spoons
Follow the wail of the janky scissor monster into the muddy flux of headtorch borderlands.
hpr3496 :: How I record HPR Episodes hosted by norrist
Some python to record short segments of audio.
I talk about my Generac 4000XL gasoline-powered generator and what I've done to get it running right
A short Spanish episode inspired by discussions about non-English episodes on the HPR mailing list.
hpr3491 :: My Github and flickmetrix hosted by operat0r
Bear with me as I go though my github over the past year some real gems in here
hpr3487 :: Installing a cat door hosted by Rho`n
Rho`n installs a cat door in his interior basement door
Ken (Fallon not Thompson) checks his unix like computer to see how many commands still exist.
hpr3483 :: Pinephone64 review hosted by sigflup
Sigflup got a pinephone and wants to talk about it.
Building robots from junk parts and tech prepping
Listen in while I hack the wiring on our classroom podium for custom audio routing.
hpr3477 :: Picking a Forth hosted by Brian in Ohio
Available forths, old and new
Using Libreelec, Kodi, a tuner, and a Raspberry Pi to create a great media center
hpr3474 :: H P R and Audio Fun hosted by operat0r
Comments on show and audio processing
hpr3471 :: The Sony Walkman WM-F41 hosted by Jon Kulp
A quick talk about one of my favorite Legacy Audio devices, a genuine Sony FM/AM cassette Walkman.
In this episode I discuss Debian distro upgrade intervals for my raspberry Pi
hpr3467 :: Protonmail in the terminal hosted by dnt
One way of doing Protonmail in the terminal.
hpr3466 :: Why HPR has less downloads hosted by JWP
A short summary on why podcast listening might be on decline.
Podcast about a new Android go Tablet I purchased
hpr3464 :: Being irrational hosted by Andrew Conway
Being irrational is rational.
hpr3463 :: Clonezilla: A backup story hosted by Rho`n
Rho`n walks through the process of backing up his laptop with Clonezilla
hpr3462 :: Metal marbles. hosted by one_of_spoons
Introduction of new host, with reference to semantic playgrounds.
A very tired BlacKernel tries to handle feedback from the previous episode
Highlights of a podcast from Moore's Lobby
hpr3452 :: Neuton battery test hosted by Rho`n
Rho`n describes testing the battery in his Neuton EM 4.1 electric lawn mower
hpr3451 :: Bricklink hosted by operat0r
Custom 3rd Part Lego Shops
hpr3448 :: Installing GuixSD hosted by Rho`n
Rho`n records installing GuixSD to an external USB drive to be run on a Mac Mini computer
In which BlacKernel struggles to talk about Windows
hpr3446 :: Speech To Text hosted by operat0r
I talk about converting HPR audio to text and tagging
hpr3444 :: The Psion series 5mx hosted by Nihilazo
A show where I talk about my experiences of the Psion 5mx, a portable computer from the late 90s
hpr3443 :: Neuton battery replacement hosted by Rho`n
Rho`n describes replacing the battery in his Neuton EM 4.1 electric lawn mower
Critical thinking is only part of the equation. Here's the other part.
hpr3441 :: Murphy Work Bench hosted by operat0r
Operator talks about hitting his head on his work bench
Talking about my favorite document format.
I talk about some old old old pentesting stories from days old!
RMS and the subject of freedom
hpr3432 :: Reading a license: Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 4.0 International hosted by clacke
We jump into the future of 2013 and see how content licensing has changed
hpr3428 :: Bad disk rescue hosted by Andrew Conway
Bad disk rescue - tragedy or happy ending?
hpr3427 :: Ranger for the Win! hosted by Mr. Young
In this episode, I go over some typical use cases for the Ranger file manager
I talk about some old old old pentesting stories from days old!
I upgraded my scripts.
An Update about my New Phone and second one that is coming
Learning about Assembly and Social Engineering before I could read
Claudio talks about how he installed Haiku on an Asus Eee PC 900a received from a friend.
Looking into the hardware behind my ceph cluster
I talk about some old old old pentesting stories from days old!
Some Science YOU can observe about covid fallacies, and some preventative medicine.
We are using this license but we didn't publish it on HPR ... until now!
hpr3408 :: Composting hosted by Rho`n
Inspired by episode 3157, Rho`n describes his experience of learning to compost
I talk about some old old old pentesting stories from days old!
hpr3404 :: Suse 15.3 Leap hosted by JWP
A short review of Suse 15.3
A little more about forth and a couple of chapters in the novel of my life
Reading and brief commentary and background on Molly DeBlanc's and Karen Sandler's techautonomy.org
hpr3398 :: Anacron hosted by Klaatu
Put down that crontab and get started with anacron
hpr3397 :: What is a PineTime hosted by Daniel Persson
In this podcast I talk a little bit about the pinetime.
There are over 25,000 cards in MTG. You only need 60 to play.
I talk about some old old old pentesting stories from days old!
Parse XML from the terminal
hpr3393 :: We need to talk about XML hosted by Klaatu
An extensible markup language? This is too good to be true!
hpr3389 :: Tales of a Tagger hosted by Archer72
Adventures and mishaps tagging past shows
hpr3386 :: What's for dinner? hosted by Dave Morriss
Some scripts and a database for randomly choosing which meal to cook
hpr3385 :: DIY Cat feeder! hosted by operat0r
I talk about 3d printed cat feeders
Response to HPR 3367 I describe how to specify page numbers in an EPUB eBook.
ClaudioM talks about how he revived his lowly Asus Eee PC 901 netbook with OpenBSD.
How I fixed a fault on my car for free and as an added bonus without injuring myself!
hpr3381 :: Learning to skate hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu goes for a walk, and talks about learning to ride a skateboard
some ramblings about satellite internet service and how Starlink is different
I've run into disaster using my chrome book
Part 2 of a discussion about how two HPR hosts create books
hpr3375 :: Car ODB2 Fun and Fail hosted by operat0r
I try to figure out ODB2 stuff again
I talk about the upgrades I made to the machine and how it's benefited me since I got it
A discussion about assembling books using simple tools commonly found in most linux distros.
I talk about Diablo 2 and modding
My new coffee pot, covid motivation
Reviewing some stats and the accessibility by screen reader of this spam filter method.
This is an interview with the author of BlastEm, a Sega Genesis/Megadrive emulator
hpr3355 :: Tiki Hell hosted by operat0r
I talk about my thoughts on outdoor torches
hpr3354 :: My Devices hosted by operat0r
I walk around my house and talk about any interesting Devices i have
Join the policy discussions on the mail list
I read a paper I wrote about the ethical issues of renewable energy and conservation efforts.
A less than complete history of Forth
My experiment with Getty and A Getty Ansi - And wanting to have a Serial Terminal Mainframe
A dramatic reading of a work by Gailey
About my TV devices - TV Stand & Pine64
hpr3332 :: My current Devices hosted by JWP
A short list of tablets and phones that I am using these Days
We look into what a Ceph implementation entails, what specific use-cases it excels at.
I changed my DNS server and you won't believe what happened next.
Introduction to tuned and tuned-adm
hpr3321 :: DNS66 URANDOM RANDOM hosted by operat0r
I talk about D N S 66 and go over some comments from Urandom episode
Modding a Wii with a DNS exploit and using a USB drive to save games
If open source misses the point of free software philosophy, what point is free software missing?
The Free Software Foundation (FSF) and Richard Stallman have released statements on the matter
How to use this amazing tool
My first HPR episode, introducing myself and sharing a bit about me
hpr3312 :: COVID Doldrums hosted by Dave Morriss
MrX and Dave Morriss have a chat over Mumble in these trying times
This text to speech article requires listener discretion.
Using Thunderbird to manage emails.
hpr3305 :: Nagios part 2 hosted by norrist
Follow up to hpr3264 - Notifications, SNMP, Remote Checks
hpr3304 :: Newsflash 21/01/04 hosted by Anonymous Host
An upgrade to some standard information formats
An alternative to raspberrypi os
hpr3302 :: Input Methods on Ubuntu hosted by clacke
I'm adding some input methods to a standard Ubuntu 20.04 install
400 hours into the game I talk about howto get into Kerbal Space Program!
Shutdown the negativity in our community.
Automatically Update Nextcloud Applications via Cron
hpr3296 :: Spam Bot Honey Pot hosted by Rho`n
Implementing a honey pot style spam filter for your HTML forms
How to update a cert when the automatic processes don't work
Update to MakeMKV to back up media, now on Raspberry Pi
hpr3292 :: Squirrel FSF blog hosted by Zen_Floater2
The trouble with HUMANS and HUMAN things....
A brief look at at the new Audacity and how I got it working for me
hpr3289 :: NextCloud the hard way hosted by Ken Fallon
A private NextCloud instance on a Pi 4x8, with lets encrypt and wireguard vpn access
hpr3286 :: Wireguard How To hosted by timttmy
My findings setting up wireguard at home and in my office at work.
Lubuntu 16.04 LTS to 20.04.1 LTS upgrade on ageing Samsung N150 Plus netbook.
Extracting a bit more life out of a device that Apple would rather have you dump
microsoft, raspberry pi, bash, script
hpr3274 :: My Custom dwm Setup hosted by arfab
Me talking about how I've customised dwm, added and removed patches and written various scripts.
That's Our Browser!
hpr3272 :: In GNU/Linux, there is no "diversity", we're all just data. hosted by Some Guy On The Internet
How I experienced GNU/Linux and the topic of "diversity".
Enigma reviews Ark survival evolved
hpr3267 :: Ripping Media 2021 hosted by operat0r
I go over ripping webpage media
In this episode I cover the process of upgrading Debian from Jessie 8 to Stretch 9 on my raspberrypi
hpr3265 :: My Chromebook Experience hosted by Ahuka
Adding my own perspective to the Chromebook discussion
hpr3264 :: Intro to Nagios hosted by norrist
Introduce some nagios basics and walk through setting up nagios on Ubuntu
hpr3263 :: My Beginnings in Tech hosted by o9l
Rambling about how I got in to technology and linux.
I give some of my background story and certain frustrations I have experienced in life
hpr3259 :: Nextcloud - The easy way hosted by Archer72
Self hosting a Nextcloud instance.
I consider some reasons that there is a lack of diversity when it comes to open source communities.
Hey guys just a short update, whats going with Centos? Raspberry PI 400 Good buy
hpr3255 :: garage door part 2 hosted by operat0r
tis teh season COUGH COUGH
hpr3254 :: The Markdown editor Retext hosted by MrX
In this episode I cover the markdown editor ReText. I found this useful when creating show notes
crvs talks about jq, yq and xq
hpr3251 :: Opposing Views on Alcohol hosted by Windigo
Windigo and Mrs. Honeyhume discuss their views on alcohol
I have developed a relaxing 10-step routine for keeping your car in running condition.
hpr3245 :: ELECTRICITY hosted by operat0r
I talk about tips on ELECTRICITY
Discussion with the people that created the Pictor radio telescope.
hpr3242 :: The eternal battle over how to run your chromebook is about to begin hosted by Zen_Floater2
Squirrel VS ALIEN Chromebook discussions
Enigma discusses a project proposal called Hacker exchange
I had some hard drive failures recently and am getting back to the habit of cloning for backups.
Patrick Davila and Claudio Miranda discuss the current state of Linux Audio Application in 2020
I talk about Apple products that I have owned over the years
hpr3227 :: Fresh water Aquarium Basics hosted by Enigma
Enigma discusses the high level basics of getting into the aquarium hobby
How using taskwarrior can help you to structure your work
hpr3225 :: Grill repair hosted by operat0r
I go over some grill tips/repair
How I started writing again after 20 years and this time about the Odoo software
A brief introduction to RAW photography, the Darktable application, and then sheep may safely graze
Steps I have taken up to now for buying a second home in another country
I briefly had a 3-D printer and gave it away. This is why.
hpr3214 :: Rant about websites hosted by operat0r
I go over history of websites and the complex nature of security in complex websites
hpr3213 :: Electrical Safety hosted by Paul Quirk
I discuss why and how I stay safe when working with electricity, with some ear candy at the end.
Beeza's laptop is away being fixed. Can he manage for a few days using just his Raspberry Pi 3B?
hpr3211 :: Chainsaws hosted by operat0r
Info about chainsaws and what I know so far!
hpr3208 :: The Paul Quirk show: Wacom with Pinebook, and thoughts on the DMCA takedown hosted by Paul Quirk
I got a Wacom tablet to use with my Pinebook, and then share my thoughts on the recent DMCA takedown
Ken talks to the original HPR and Today with a Techie Admin.
Do you have backups of your backups? Well you better! Listen to this rant
Thaj gives his opinions and recommendations on how to get started in 3D printing
I discuss the hobby of retro computing in this episode.
Everything a newbie needs to know to start 3D printing
Pushing the definition of "Audible" to the limit, join us for some home repair tips
I talk about my thoughts on Income Life insurance, and then we listen to some Chopin
hpr3192 :: A light bulb moment, part 3 hosted by MrX
The LED revolution
Ken explains how they dig graves when the ground is essentially sand
hpr3188 :: Thrift store quick fix hosted by Archer72
Fixing up a dog coat for the cool weather.
How I use ansible to configure my OpenBSD router
hpr3186 :: A light bulb moment, part 2 hosted by MrX
The history of lighting
From Scotland, two HPR hosts chew the fat
hpr3181 :: RealVNC cloud offering hosted by JWP
JWP emails in a show about using VNC while out and about
Describing two ways to install MakeMKV DVD/Blu-ray backup program on Fedora 32
hpr3177 :: Zero cost VPN hosted by norrist
OpenVPN on a Free Tier VPS for securing phone trafic
A solution to the problem of updating difficult-to-reach Raspberry Pis in the enterprise.
Second half of the chat between MrX and Dave Morriss
hpr3171 :: A Week On Soylent hosted by lostnbronx
Lostnbronx tries eating nothing but Soylent, so you don't have to.
hpr3168 :: FreeBSD Jails and iocage hosted by norrist
Use iocage to manage freebsd jails
MrX and Dave Morriss chat from opposite sides of the Pentland Hills, Edinburgh
Klaatu uses Ansible to mirror a Git repo on two separate Git hosts
hpr3162 :: Introduction to Ansible hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu demonstrates some Ansible tricks, and how Ansible can be a better choice than scripting.
Another reply to MrX's episode on how he listens to podcasts
I go into my reasons for using NextCloud, what it is, and why you might want it.
Ken uses Calibre to convert a epub to PDF then uses pdfcrop to trim the margins
hpr3152 :: My Pocket Knives hosted by Dave Morriss
I talk a little about some pocket knives I often carry
This is a reply to MrX episode on how to listen to podcasts
I go briefly into my own history that has lead me to choose open source software exclusively.
What should I do and how should I do it ?
hpr3145 :: A light bulb moment, part 1 hosted by MrX
Finding the working voltage of a bulb
hpr3142 :: tcsh hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu talks about tcsh
hpr3139 :: MIDI Sysex hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu talks about Sysex functions in MIDI
hpr3135 :: Quick Tips for May 20 20 hosted by operat0r
hpr3134 :: Tomorrowland 2020 hosted by Daniel Persson
Explaining the experience of the first virtual music festival
I give a quick tip on shortcut keys for watching Youtube or other video sites in MPV
hpr3132 :: Keeping track of where I am hosted by MrX
How I keep track of where I am
hpr3130 :: More Quick Tips hosted by operat0r
This time tips onNvidia ffmpeg transcoding Fallout Perks Late to Movies,Shared 2FA,Time to leave app
hpr3129 :: Followup on HPR3122 hosted by Zen_Floater2
Followup on HPR3122 and *MORE* - percent *MORE* undescribed
hpr3126 :: Metrics part II hosted by Andrew Conway
The metric of a 2D curved surface
Devuan Review plus I talk about race
hpr3121 :: Opposing Views on Tattoos hosted by Windigo
Windigo and Mrs. Honeyhume discuss their views on tattoos
Klaatu and mcnalu talk through what open and free mean in roleplaying games.
hpr3119 :: Converting to FFS2 hosted by Zen_Floater2
FFS2, FuguIta encryption and UUID's and 9 volt batteries
Knightwise talks about the old computers in his attic and how it is a loverly geek getaway
A walk and a talk about a lightning strike zapping a network.
hpr3115 :: Pest Control hosted by operat0r
Talk about pest control
hpr3114 :: Using the Akaso EK7000 Pro hosted by Ahuka
Some tips on using the camera based on my limited experience on one trip.
We take a quick look at what is coming in JDK 15
Join Ken on this 6 year long journey of success but also failure
hpr3108 :: Fuguita as a Desktop hosted by Zen_Floater2
I cover all the wonderful things about using Fuguita as your Desktop
generating passwords to be comfortably type-able
hpr3105 :: Akaso EK7000 Pro hosted by Ahuka
My experience with an inexpensive Waterproof action camera called the Akaso EK7000 Pro
A unmaintained extension lead to a popup storm
fluffy, Jamey and I go on for another ten minutes about how webcomic artists feel about feeds
hpr3101 :: Metrics hosted by Andrew Conway
A layman's explanation of the mathematical concept of metric.
Sigflup does a review of the Kinesis Advantage 2 keyboard
Response to Linux Inlaws S01E06 (hpr 3079) regarding NeXT, NeXTSTEP, and what would become Mac OS X.
hpr3091 :: fuguserv hosted by Zen_Floater2
Fuguita OpenBSD server - building a new wifi-router / server
hpr3089 :: For my Entertainment hosted by Archer72
How I have my file server and media center put together
The HPR Audiobook Club reviews the fan audio drama Star Trek: The Continuing Mission
Two Edinburgh-based hosts have a chat from their respective houses
An interview with two passionate RFC 5005 fans on how to handle big Atom feeds
tuturto talks about testing and formal verification of software
hpr3080 :: Ansible ping hosted by Ken Fallon
Troubleshooting a basic install of Ansible
hpr3076 :: Keep calm and Virion hosted by Dave Morriss
A COVID-19 lockdown chat from Scotland
tuturto shows how to keep track of what data is being downloaded in Elm
How I got started in Electronics and some job stuff
We talk about Parental Controls and IOT device
Ken installs courier-imap locally to have a local backup of his mail.
hpr3059 :: A quick intro to Snapcast hosted by DanNixon
A brief overview of Snapcast, an open source multi-room audio streaming system.
A few HPR characters decide to spend some of their social distancing time being social
tuturto talks about formally verifying code
hpr3056 :: Jitsi hosted by operat0r
Jitsi is an open-source multiplatform videoconferencing
A few HPR characters decide to spend some of their social distancing time being social
Klaatu tells us what computers taught him about reality
A couple of HPR characters decide to spend some of their social distancing time being social
hpr3044 :: mocp snooze tip hosted by MrX
A quick snooze tip when using mocp
hpr3043 :: How I record for HPR hosted by Archer72
The tools I use to record a show for HPR
A couple of HPR characters decide to spend some of their social distancing time being social
hpr3040 :: Why use GNU Autotools hosted by Klaatu
6 good reasons you should be using a build system
A project making use of my Pi 3A+, an old monitor and MagicMirror2
How to approach dea-ish mod communities
How I revived my Raspberry Pi Model 1 B with piCore and a tiny SD card.
I talk about who I am and where I come from and what my interests are.
hpr3030 :: My new Samsung tablet hosted by MrX
A general discussion about my new 10.5 inch Samsung Galaxy tablet
What is all the quantum computing hype about & what is it that quantum computers will be able to do?
hpr3026 :: Hex Bug and Battle Bots hosted by operat0r
Review/mods of fun Hex Bug and Battle Bots
Describing a funny thing that happened the other day.
Discussion of using a shell script to randomly generate a ten man aircrew.
hpr3018 :: Encrypted edit hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu talks about editing and viewing encrypted files in a tmpfs in RAM
Join me as I develop my first roll of black and white film since over 30 years ago.
I chat about Novice Nixie tubes and tronics soldering etc
I use a Raspberry Pi to make a streaming radio device for my pillow speaker.
I go over my issues around Linux in general specifically Video issues
Impressions from my first attendance at FOSDEM.
hpr3007 :: Photography 101 hosted by Paul Quirk
I tell you everything I know about the basics of photography
I talk about my Q40 and getting Auxiliary Input when your car does not have one
Sharing a few experiences with Audacity that may be helpful to others
This is the final episode of the World of Commodore 2019 mini series.
hpr3000 :: Chopin Free project hosted by Paul Quirk
An effort to produce royalty and copyright free versions of Frédéric Chopin work.
In this podcast we talk about what SQRL is and how it works.
hpr2996 :: Spideroak Update hosted by operat0r
I give you an update on my cloud backup solution and fixes
A podcast on why I like wrestling and how it works to draw in fans.
hpr2991 :: Fix yer fog machine hosted by operat0r
Save Your Fog Machine today!
We look into what is included in the next release of the JDK.
AIX Hacking and modem stuff!!
hpr2987 :: World of Commodore 2019 Episode 5: New games from Double Sided Games hosted by Paul Quirk
A presentation by Jérémie Marsin of Double Sided games.
hpr2984 :: RHEL 8 Workstation first looks hosted by JWP
Runing RHEL 8 workstation on a HP Stream Laptop
hpr2983 :: my phone hosted by Jezra
gnu-linuxy in my pocket
hpr2978 :: GARAGE DOOR hosted by operat0r
I talk about various GARAGE DOOR and fixes
Two useful applications to record a screen, and to chop and trim a video
hpr2974 :: Guitar Setup pt. 2 hosted by NYbill
NYbill finish a guitar setup.
Advent of code is a challenge each year between 1-25 of December.
MrX and Dave Morriss chat about nerdy things near a ski slope
Wrestling As You Like It Episode 2
How we use old CAS software to give students instant feedback in their maths homework
I talk about ties, at least the kind I like to wear when the occasion calls for it.
We talk about terms often used when using Kubernetes
We talk about different machine learning techniques
A Wrestling podcast reporting on indie wrestling. Today we are talking about different TV styles.
How I evolved from writing with a publisher to self-publishing using open source tools
hpr2943 :: Music as Life hosted by brian
hpr2942 :: Why I love lisps hosted by Nihilazo
A very wooden and scripted episode about why I love the lisp programming language family
Klaatu introduces Minishift, a local test environment for a single-node cloud
The continued introduction into the work of fire fighters
Klaatu talks about the unshare and lxc commands
In this episode, I describes my trials and eventual triumph in installing Wallabag
I talk about recovering the files from my wife's dead MacBook Air using an Ubuntu Live CD.
Just a short show to request support for one of the Linux communities longest standing Magazines
We are here tonight to share memories of our friend Donald Grier aka FiftyOneFifty.
I talk about installing a resistor in the speaker wire of an alarm clock so it won't be so loud
In this episode I cover how I use my 2nd add on board the PiFace Control and Display
Dave and his family take a wander around a wood looking for Geocaches
hpr2915 :: Intro - My Recording Setup hosted by Carl
My first HPR episode. A bit of an intro and then a description of my recording setup.
In this episode I cover my 2nd add on board for the raspberry pi
hpr2911 :: my internet connection hosted by Jezra
a bloviated harang with a smattering of spewed expetives, while describing available ISPs
In this episode, I explain feature engineering, and how it can be used to make decisions
Dave Morriss and MrX meet up and record a conversation
hpr2904 :: DIY URL shortening hosted by Klaatu
Quick tip on how to shorten an URL without a silly SaaS
hpr2903 :: What is PMEM hosted by JWP
Persistent memory (PMEM), also known as storage-class memory
In this episode I cover the 1st add-on board I purchased for one of my raspberry pi's
A quick show introducing Endeavour OS
hpr2896 :: Orange PI Zero LTS version hosted by JWP
A general overview of the Orange PI Zero LTS
The continued introduction into the work of fire fighters
I talked about repairing the case for a Vietnamese Dan Tranh
In this episode I cover the hardware I've used over the years to listen to podcasts.
hpr2886 :: INFOSECOND hosted by operat0r
Thoughts around IT and Information Security
I demonstrate the use of a vintage home studio device
Inspired by a Jon Kulp show, Ken splits a large recording based on silence between tracks
This episode badly covers the console audio player moc.
hpr2876 :: Sausage Orzotto hosted by Windigo
A favorite recipe, dictated while it is cooked.
I talk about repairing a 1997 handheld cassette recorder and demonstrate its use.
hpr2872 :: Shoe Lace Tips hosted by MrX
In this episode I give some shoe lace tips
Just some random thoughts on some random youtube channels
A thought experiment in whether reducing runtime dependencies can improve security and how to do it.
hpr2861 :: Safety Razors hosted by operat0r
I go over some of my thoughts on Safety Razors Etc
hpr2856 :: Mint Mobile Security Rant hosted by operat0r
Settle in for a Mint Mobile Security Rant
hpr2853 :: Feeding the beast hosted by folky
How the swedes are killing their hardcash and feeding the beast
A small introduction into the work of fire fighters
hpr2847 :: earbuds hosted by operat0r
My trials with earbuds and custom setups
I talk about my latest thrift-store gadget, a 1969 Sony portable reel-to-reel tape recorder
This is a short update show on what I carry in my Geek Bag
We bring you the first episode of the new Creative Commons show the Distrohoppers Digest
Parallax_Wallpaper, mouse gigglers, system d Youtube background play and more !
Moving right along with shows from the requests list, I combine two program lists.
A request for comments on not publishing clips with known fair use samples
hpr2827 :: Unscripted ramblings from my garage about my first CTF event hosted by Christopher M. Hobbs
I briefly discss a CTF event I was invited to and what I plan to bring with me.
A supplementary show to Jeroens episode 2792
hpr2823 :: Gentoo and why I use it hosted by aldenp
I talk about what Gentoo is, and why I love it so much.
The answer may surprise you!
hpr2815 :: Copy pasta hosted by Klaatu
Copying and pasting on Linux: X selections, xsel, clipboard managers, GPM, screen, and more
A discussion about CPU's and our future with them, where are we going?
Knightwise wonders if we should let go of the linux desktop environments and focus on cross-platform
Apply Betteridge’s Law of Headlines to find out the answer
hpr2810 :: Wi-Fi on Android hosted by Ken Fallon
Ken fixes an Android Firewalled Wi-Fi connection that reports no Internet and won’t connect
Introducing and examining a new and elegant permissive software license.
This is a review of the other 49 shows I've posted in the last 3 years
A short podcast on how my little home servers are working or not
hpr2802 :: Mid-life (?) assessment hosted by clacke
It seems life goes faster and faster and then turns around and goes slower and slower
hpr2801 :: Guitar Set Up Part 1. hosted by NYbill
NYbill talks about setting up a guitar.
Knightwise waxes nostalgically on the early days of podcasting and wonders if we all sold out?
IRS Credit Freezes and Junk Mail
hpr2787 :: NodeJS Part 1 hosted by operat0r
hpr2785 :: What is uCPE hosted by JWP
A short talk on telco networking standards
hpr2784 :: The Yamaha Disklavier hosted by Jon Kulp
I talk about the Yamaha Disklavier DKC500RW that's in my office at work
A rundown of the Windows "shutdown.exe" command.
How I built my self-enclosed Nextcloud server using a single board computer and a RAID enclosure
hpr2779 :: HTTP, IPFS, and torrents hosted by aldenp
Replacing the web with new, decentralized protocols
Knightwise is out looking for a new laptop and describes what he is looking for and why.
hpr2774 :: CJDNS and Yggdrasil hosted by aldenp
A summary of the things I like about CJDNS and Yggdrasil, and the places I think they could improve.
Discussion on installing new Calcium battery into older vehicle and resulting maintenance issues.
A short show about the software I use in Linux Mint
Part 2 of Klaatu's Djvu mini series
NYbill reviews, yet another, inexpensive multimeter.
A tutorial on how to read and generate djvu files
hpr2766 :: Disk enumeration on Linux hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu reviews the various commands used to enumerate drives on Linux
I disassemble and clean the pots on my Peavey Bandit 65 to fix static in the knobs.
Part 2 of my introduction to the XSV tool
Thoughts about RPG character building, modern RPG play style compared to the Old School, and more
hpr2747 :: checking oil hosted by brian
checking your oil may not be so simple
More about the software I use regularly on Linux
Yet another rambling attempt at making a show on the way into work
How the SAP Hana certification works
In this episode, Yannick does a quick review of Pop OS 18.10
just a short show on the applications I use on my Linux Mint Box
An intro to more of my legacy audio equipment.
hpr2734 :: Mashpodder hosted by MrX
A poor rushed attempt at covering the excellent podcast client mashppoder
hpr2731 :: My 8 bit Christmas hosted by Andrew Conway
I got a new, old computer for Christmas - an Acorn BBC microcomputer model B.
Automating the steps needed to get images formatted for VCard import into Android phones
I go over a high level of my notes for the software on my Media box as it relates to TV/Movies/Music
A short pod cast about the Illumos shutdown command
I created DIN rail fittings for attaching my RPi 3B+ and an SSD disk
tuturto talks their decisions on structuring Elm application
hpr2722 :: RAID 6 a short description hosted by JWP
How Raid 6 works
Ken shares a script that will allow you to quickly keep up to date on your youtube subscriptions
Cell phone cyber security 101
hpr2716 :: Really Simple YouTube hosted by Thaj Sara
Thaj explains how he makes YouTube come to him using RSS feeds
A primer on why airplanes quit flying
hpr2712 :: Steganography hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu wraps up his miniseries about steganography.
hpr2711 :: Raspberry Pi 3A+ Review hosted by Yannick
In this episode of HPR, I will do a quick review of the Raspberry Pi 3A+.
A followup to hpr2675 how you can download an entire youtube channel for local playout
Steganalysis is the process of identifying the presence of, and decrypting, steganography.
A short talk about how I came to love the IBM As/400 systems and why.
Just a quick response to Ep2658
hpr2700 :: Episode 3000 hosted by Ken Fallon
We commemorate the 300 Today with a Techie and 2700 Hacker Public Radio shows
Written in Rust, xsv is my new favorite tool for manipulating csv files
A short pod cast about the linux shutdown command
hpr2694 :: Bandit Update hosted by NYbill
NYbill does a quick episode to mention there are new Over the Wire, Bandit levels out.
hpr2692 :: YouTube URL tricks hosted by desearcher
URL tricks for YouTube to enhance viewing experience and an overview of my viewing methodology
A meandering conversation to sooth the nerves, and warm the soul - part 2!!
Yet another amazing life hack !!!
hpr2683 :: Using Open source tools to visualize the heartrate and blood oxygen saturation level of my stepchild hosted by Jeroen Baten
Using Open source tools to visualize the heartrate and blood oxygen saturation level of my stepchild
A meandering conversation to sooth the nerves, and warm the soul.
I ponder the idea of an RPG with players not speaking the same language.
hpr2675 :: YouTube Playlists hosted by Ahuka
How to solve a problem with following YouTube channels
JWP emails in this episode
The Urandom crew gathers the podcasters at Ohio Linux Fest for a chat.
hpr2672 :: Porteus hosted by Klaatu
Installing Porteus and the cool things you can do with thumbdrive installation
Desearcher edumacates us all on the benefits of algae farming.
Basic intro to a few pdftk functions
A quick and dirty guide to getting Slack up and running after it's installed.
hpr2662 :: Repairing a motherboard hosted by Archer72
I repair a motherboard and get a old tower working again.
ClaudioM shares his music production setup.
Ken uses a Arduino Uno to load a bootloader on an Arduino Nano
hpr2658 :: Questions on podcast production hosted by Al
Al asks Dave questions about podcast production
Some thoughts about the increasing impact of automation
Shane explains that he just learned a simple and useful Excel function.
hpr2647 :: More Quick Tips hosted by operat0r
More Quick Tips For July - Only Key and Nerf Guns
An second attempt at making a show on the way into work
hpr2637 :: Convert it to Text hosted by Mr. Young
This episode will make you want to TXT all the things.
This talk is about running your own mainframe on your own hardware.
hpr2633 :: Elm - First Impressions hosted by tuturto
My first impressions on Elm programming language
Discussing the steam release of Meridian 59 (recorded before release)
I discuss some of my thoughts on how games might help in language learning.
I describe the process of finding interesting phone numbers on the UK telephone network.
hpr2627 :: Home Phone Setup!! hosted by sigflup
This episode we set up a small phone system.
I discuss some of my thoughts regarding using chat programs in language learning
On a hot day Knightwise rides his bike through Brussels.
In which I sit down with cwebber and try to keep it short, but end up with an hour of tangents
My thoughts on an approach to language learning which makes sense to me.
hpr2619 :: A Gentle Introduction to Quilt hosted by bjb
Quilt - the patch manager. Introduction and tutorial.
In this episode, I discuss how I used python to make my speedtest data available across my network
I talk about my "new" 1948 D1835 Tube-powered radio.
I talk about my recent restoration project of a mid-century modern hassock fan
hpr2603 :: Dummy shares a tip and a tip/rant about asking and answering questions hosted by dodddummy
Those blasted rubber coffee mug seals and "Let me Google that for you."
hpr2602 :: HPR Quick Tips July 2018 hosted by operat0r
SpiderOAK Backup and Trekking the AT
We celebrate the history of hackers, with a nod to the old skool phreak community.
Ken cobbles together a bluetooth adapter for any 3.5mm headphone
A response to Ken Fallon's episode about how to check whether your remote is working or not.
A use case for nmtui and general discussion about how to use it
hpr2592 :: Tech Talk With Allison hosted by sigflup
This is a talk with Allison about webites, ruby, os design and other such things.
A response to Klaatu's very nice series about personal finance.
Knightwise talks about being a geek and his quest to curate the library of his mind
Yet another amazing life hack from Ken
hpr2583 :: Random Rant hosted by TheDUDE
Rant on how US sound recordings copyright laws are weird & how I miss Juiced Penguin
hpr2582 :: 3 Contribution case studies hosted by Klaatu
How easy is it for your potential contributors to contribute?
I bought a Creality Ender 3 3D printer in June 2018. Here are my first impressions of it
LinuxLUGcast episode 102. The lost episode.
hpr2577 :: Emigration hosted by Klaatu
hpr2575 :: Quick Tips June 2018 hosted by operat0r
I go over a few quick tips for June
hpr2574 :: Personal cash-only finance hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu discusses the advantages and disadvantages of going [mostly] cash-only
hpr2568 :: Personal finance hosted by Klaatu
How to manage personal finances.
hpr2567 :: Son of Hunky Punk hosted by Claudio Miranda
I follow-up on my Frotz episode by covering Son of Hunky Punk, a Z-machine interpreter for Android.
hpr2564 :: Intro to Fossil hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu talks about the Fossil version control system
hpr2562 :: I bought a laptop hosted by clacke
... in which clacke takes months (or years?) to buy a laptop, but comes out pretty pleased
hpr2559 :: My Favourite Browser extension hosted by MrX
In this episode I cover my favourite browser Add-on
For the Fractalide web site, we are using Styx as a site generator. Here's a bit of how and why.
hpr2552 :: What is stow? hosted by clacke
How does stow work, why would you want it and what are its limitations?
hpr2551 :: Calibrating Calibration hosted by NYbill
NYbill talks about calibration issues with the Siglent SDS1202X-E oscilloscope
How I put an older machine and a little cash to repurpose it.
hpr2547 :: MSYS2 hosted by clacke
In which I talk briefly about the history of MSYS2 and Cygwin and why you might want MSYS2
In show 2493 I listed some of my YT subscriptions - here's how
I go over my Home Theater / Media setup starting with Hardware
In which I describe my setup of SparkleShare and GitLab Pages to maintain a static website
Lostnbronx demonstrates the effectiveness of his new microphone wind screen.
Knightwise talks about the new geek infrastructure in his house
In which I update the recommendation from HPR 1877: Just use Audio Recorder!
Knightwise talks about moving his company email to Office 365
I got over my approach for most mobile/web app pentesting
hpr2532 :: Podcrawl Glasgow 2018 hosted by thelovebug
The TuxJam guys introduce and invite the HPR community to join them at Podcrawl Glasgow in July 2018
hpr2528 :: CCTV with DARKNET hosted by operat0r
I got over my current setup for CCTV with Darknet and YOLO
hpr2524 :: General problem solver hosted by tuturto
Brief look into general problem solver system and how to use it solve simple problems
hpr2523 :: Run Linux on a Windows Box hosted by JWP
HP Stream book with windows 10
Converting a Linux only laptop to dual boot using information from a previous HPR episode.
hpr2517 :: DIY CCTV Security System hosted by operat0r
I go over my Home CCTV setup
David Whitman encourages you to choose Aperture as the most important setting in setting up your cam
hpr2511 :: Response to episode 2496 hosted by Mr. Young
How I am using the Raspberry Pi script discussed Episode 2496
hpr2508 :: False Prophets hosted by lostnbronx
Lostnbronx considers how a cult-of-personality may affect space exploration.
It's a triple whammy! It's functional programming, functional package management and soundscape!
Learn C programming while building a LISP
Dave takes us on his journey into 10 years of podcasting
hpr2502 :: Volume Of Thought hosted by lostnbronx
Lostnbronx attempts to measure the "volume" of his own thoughts.
hpr2498 :: Life without Google hosted by Quvmoh
Quvmoh goes a month without G apps on his phone
hpr2495 :: 10 Years of Xoke hosted by Xoke
Tomorrow marks 10 years since his first episode, and Xoke talks a bit about HPR
Some of the YouTube channels I have subscribed to in the last year
hpr2491 :: Some news with Finux hosted by finux
Just a short little podcast on some recent(ish) security related news stories
hpr2489 :: CONTEXT IS EVERYTHING hosted by lostnbronx
Lostnbronx creates a tiny video, from a large audio file.
hpr2488 :: Psychology of Love hosted by Aaressaar
A look at some of the neuroscience and psychology behind love
Simple LibreOffice Repo for Fedora
hpr2485 :: The Alien Brothers Podcast - S01E05 - I Saw the Invisible Man hosted by The Alien Brothers Podcast (ABP)
Casper and Rutiger discuss the now-old-by-internet-standards news of New York Times piece about real
An interview with Katie McLaughlin at linux.conf.au 2018
hpr2479 :: Intergraph workstation hosted by JWP
My rebuild of my Intergraph workstation
My attempt to solve the problem of listening to audio books when you can't fully concentrate.
Episode 3 is about the Atari Jaguar which has been open source since 1999
How to use Frotz to play those old Infocom text adventure games from the 80s.
hpr2472 :: Forum Failure hosted by lostnbronx
Lostnbronx talks about his recent experiment in running a forum.
hpr2471 :: Tea Time! hosted by operat0r
I go over where I am at with Tea
hpr2468 :: THE WELL hosted by operat0r
I record a video with audio on my fathers well setup in the sticks
Random talk about my laptops and the linux distros that are on them
hpr2466 :: ShareX is awesome hosted by Xoke
ShareX, for all your screenshot needs and more
I take an initial look at TronScript and its features
hpr2464 :: The Alien Brothers Podcast - S01E04 - Digital Instruments hosted by The Alien Brothers Podcast (ABP)
Casper and Rutiger Detail their Digital and Analog Sonic Setups in IOS and Android
Repurpose a 32 bit small form factor working station
hpr2460 :: The Alien Brothers Podcast - S01E03 - Decline of American Empire hosted by The Alien Brothers Podcast (ABP)
The Alien Brothers penetrate the Van Allen belt to tap in, and transmit an intergalactic podcast
Response to hpr2443 :: pdmenu by pdmenu's author
I go over my current list of Chrome plugins and how I secure my browser
Knightwise is about to order a new macbook pro and shares some tips and tricks
hpr2454 :: The Alien Brothers Podcast - S01E02 - Strictly Hacking hosted by The Alien Brothers Podcast (ABP)
Casper and Rutiger discuss the Uber hacks and the Intel ME known and unknown vulnerabilties
Hydraulic Jack Mod, DIY, Travel Trailer Balance
Klaatu walks you through installing and configuring an OpenVPN client
I go over some ways to help manage audio with android
My search for taking org mode on the road
Klaatu walks you through installing and configuring OpenVPN Server
hpr2443 :: pdmenu hosted by Dave Morriss
I have been using this menu tool over the past year, and I really like it
hpr2441 :: Server Basics 103 hosted by Klaatu
Firewalls and fail2ban
hpr2435 :: Server Basics 102 hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu talks about SSH configuration on the server you set up in 101.
Ken eats humble pie
hpr2430 :: Scanning books hosted by Ken Fallon
Ken explains how and why he is scanning school books
hpr2427 :: Server Basics 101 hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu endeavours to explain the basics of server administration.
hpr2425 :: Intro to XSL hosted by Klaatu
A brief introduction to XSL and xsltproc
Episode 2 is about the space travel simulator Oolite, which is an open source remake of Elite
hpr2421 :: Project Interest hosted by lostnbronx
Lostnbronx wonders how some projects die for lack of interest.
Why netbooks are not necessarily obsolete and how to keep them performing well
Meet the Alien Brothers: Casper and Rutiger. Two tech junkies that take nothing sacred
hpr2417 :: Transmeta Crusoe - Fujitsu-Siemens Futro S210 (ThinClient) - Trouble Shooting and Debian 9 Install hosted by JWP
I did a basement clean up and got my old transmeta cpu up and running
my journey from analog to digital
hpr2410 :: OLF 2017 Report hosted by Ahuka
OLF 2017, a Free and Open Source Software conference took place on September 29- October 1, 2017
This was my experience learning how to put the ends onto CAT6 cable.
A showcase of Open Source games, Starting with the revived MMORPG Meridian59
hpr2401 :: Music Theory Hara-Kiri hosted by TheDUDE
A show on music theory, and figuring out what viewers on hear actually want with a music theory show
hpr2400 :: My commute into work hosted by thelovebug
In this episode, Dave records an episode across his entire commute into work.
Using Super Glue to create Landmarks on Keyboards
I'll go over my AutoHotkey script I used to give free money in GTA (dropping)
hpr2397 :: The Urban Astronomer hosted by Dave Morriss
An introduction to an astronomy podcast that you might like
hpr2393 :: PWGen - A password generator hosted by Xoke
Xoke talks about how he uses PWGen to set people's passwords at work
A short podcast about various things mostly OggCamp
In this episode, I talk about my experiences in learning to be a good learner
hpr2386 :: The Decline and Fall of Tcl hosted by clacke
... in which I'm reading Where Tcl and Tk went wrong, by David N Welton, posted on 2010-03-30
Beni comes to Scotland and talks to Andrew about Slackware 14.2, a year after release.
hpr2382 :: A Non Spoilery Review of "git commit murder" and "Forever Falls" by Michael Warren Lucas hosted by FiftyOneFifty (R.I.P.)
I met Mike Lucas at Kansas Linux Fest 2017 and review a couple of his novels
hpr2381 :: Benefits of a tabletop hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu talks about the benefits of analogue gaming
a bunch of waffling on about email and text message sending from the command line
hpr2378 :: Why Docbook? hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu talks about why Docbook is the greatest
hpr2377 :: A Rambling Drive Into Work hosted by MrX
An attempt at making a show on the way into work
hpr2372 :: Docbook hosted by Klaatu
How to Docbook
hpr2370 :: Who is HortonWorks? hosted by JWP
And what they do with Hadoop.
Short, somewhat rhyming, thoughts provoked by an emptying show queue.
In this episode I describe the process I use to create and post a show to HPR.
One person's quest to get a decent internet connection when the big corporations aren't interested.
Frank discusses AirDroid, an app for managing Your Android via a browser.
I don't watch any TV so I don't need a licence, but cancelling it is unexpectedly difficult
This is another distro review show
hpr2359 :: Android ROM and PAIN hosted by operat0r
I go over some of my pain and love for Android over the years
Two of us trying to explain stuff mostly off the cuffs.
hpr2357 :: Air Soft Mini Howto hosted by operat0r
I talk about my current setup for AirSoft and how we should all have hobbies!
Ken walks us through a script to secure the base Raspbian Pixel image
I go over my current Wii and WiiU setup
hpr2353 :: RoboThermometer hosted by Epicanis
A surprisingly short geeky episode about connecting a temperature sensor to a Raspberry Pi
How the Health Insurance Market works in the U.S
hpr2347 :: An Intro to Apache Hadoop hosted by JWP
Just a pretty boring summary of what Hadoop is and how it works.
A small fix improves someone's life
I try and fail to fix my garage door.
I explain how I capture the number of HPR shows in the queue using python
hpr2337 :: The Kobo Aura eReader hosted by Jon Kulp
A review of my new (used) Kobo Aura e-book reader
I discuss Colossal Cave Adventure and the adventure of playing it with my son.
In this episode, talk about how I created my own virtualenvwrapper-like interface using Fish Shell.
Describes how to install DD-WRT router firmware on an ASUS RT-N66U router.
A quick talk about why America is special
Performance of Ubuntu 16.04 on my MS surface Tablet and Brief Review of OpenSuse Con 2017
The cast of the urandom podcast help a guest troubleshoot their Mumble setup in real time.
Linux processes, the process environment and the shell, as they relate to virtualenvwrapper.
Free Shell accounts on old Computers with old programing langs
MattKingUSA review of dell gaming laptop and an update on Minimal Music Site
I talk about why I love my thinkpads so much and how I appreciate having them
hpr2315 :: Penguicon 2017 Report hosted by Ahuka
Penguicon 2017 took place on April 28-30, 2017 in Southfield, Michigan
Frank describes how he used XAMPP to clone his website to localhost so he could shoot some trouble.
A look at the final Kdenlive project workflow and conclusion.
Here's how I use Guix in my day-to-day. Fleshed out audio of a comment on ep 2198.
Installing Linux Ubuntu GNOME to dual boot with Windows 10 on an HP laptop.
Shane just switched his desktop environment from XFCE to Gnome 3. Here is his experience, so far.
Recording Audio in Kdenlive
hpr2300 :: The first Intel CompuStick hosted by JWP
A talk about the original intel compute stick with ubuntu factory installed
hpr2298 :: Phantom Power Drain hosted by brian
diagnosing a phantom power drain on an automobile
Andrew and Dave offer you some more tracks from Magnatune
11 things you can do with a toddler you are taking care of.
Convinces you, and herself that Arch Linux on a Chromebook is a good idea!
Amazing Life Hack that will change your life forever.
Sigflup announces sendy send, which is a mechanism to tell if people read your email.
Installing and using virtualenvwrapper for python, (What I learned the hard way!)
My attempt to start moving towards the RMS Model
hpr2285 :: The Tick Conspiracy hosted by TheDUDE
A show that covers the ongoing war between ticks (may they rot in hell) and everything else.
Replacing a failing capacitor in the power supply of an ethernet switch to make it work again.
Using double and single edge safety razors to save money
A quick podcast about sound with LUbuntu
In this episode, I take a look at some different attempts to spread free internet access.
A short talk about converting a MS Surface pro from windows to unbuntu
A tale from the trenches. When good servers go bad.
Looking for the best way to store and manage tags in the HPR database, part 3
hpr2269 :: Chocolate Milk hosted by venam
A sample show of the nixers podcast. Adam's story, milky chocolate, unicomp, and plan9
hpr2268 :: Fish On! hosted by Bill "NFMZ1" Miller
Websites and apps used for planning fishing trips
hpr2267 :: Our Digital Art hosted by sigflup
Sigflup and Siss talk about digital art and what it means to them
I talk about installing WattOS on the X61s
hpr2264 :: At The Library hosted by Bill "NFMZ1" Miller
What my local library offers
hpr2263 :: Freak Does Geek hosted by fth
A drift through a variety of topic with the letter A as the "Anchor"
how I abstracted random number generation for more syntactic sugar
Looking for the best way to store and manage tags in the HPR database, part 2
Response to hpr2212 with my own uses and recollections of the awesome legacy medium of the minidisc
hpr2256 :: Modular Game Scaling hosted by Eric Duhamel
how I allowed more display resolutions in a modular game design
hpr2255 :: The Good Ship HPR hosted by Dave Morriss
HPR is a wonderful yet fragile project completely dependent on a steady flow of shows from hosts
Steve talks about the hobby of model rocketry including some of the advanced aspects of the hobby.
Cutting and using a stencil made of thick foil
Ya RSS say something. I talk about my comics only RSS feed
Looking for the best way to store and manage tags in the HPR database, part 1
hpr2244 :: building lineageOS hosted by brian
I try my hand at building lineageOS for my device
hpr2243 :: My Quick Tips E01 hosted by operat0r
I ramble on about some of my tips I recorded
HPR community hams get together to talk about ham radio
hpr2239 :: making jerky hosted by Jezra
jezra goes talks about his process for making jerky, while making jerky
Some thoughts on the phrase I couldn't care less.
hpr2236 :: Hoarding Raspberry Pis hosted by Mr. Young
In this episode, I discuss my growing obsession with building a Raspberry Pi data center.
Ken interviews the projects in Group B and C of the the K building level 1
Ken interviews the projects in Group A of the the K building level 1
hpr2220 :: Taking apart a tablet hosted by laindir
In which I fail to discover or correct the problem with my son's tablet
My adventures with dealing with my local cable TV provider and my hardware selections.
CPrompt talks about some more cool stuff for you to enjoy!
a bunch of jibber jabber about putting a little computer into a phone
My son and I try to make a contact on an amateur radio satellite
A quick show about upgrading some of the lights on our vehicles from halogen to LED
hpr2213 :: Clay Body hosted by brian
Basic clay theory
The Cyberpunk history of the Sony Minidisc
hpr2211 :: My podcast workflow hosted by Dave Morriss
How I download, manage, listen to and delete podcasts
Reflections on Freedom of Speech
hpr2209 :: Calibre eBook Server hosted by Jon Kulp
A quick rundown of how to share your ebook Library on your network using calibre-server
hpr2208 :: Kayak Camping hosted by droops
Kayak camping is a really fun (and affordable) way to explore the outdoors and get away.
Neighbourly greetings. We cover the title, podcast recommendations, and well wishes.
Quick Tips Roomba Cleaning and Silicone Packet reuse
hpr2204 :: MASSCAN hosted by operat0r
MASSCAN FOR THE 10 DOTS O M G
hpr2203 :: NOT SO SMART hosted by operat0r
How I am failing at troubleshooting disk I O issues
hpr2202 :: Makers on YouTube hosted by Dave Morriss
I am trying to learn to make various things and am watching YouTube to find information
HPR Community members remember the digital dragon
introduction to the series
Sound-seeing episode, listen as I Replace the throttle position sensor on my truck
I sit down with Chris Webber and we ramble about how great Guix is
Ken suggests that the term Free Software is a bug.
We read aloud various information pages on the HPR website
In which I respond to "I don't get this whole Taiwan/US/China thing"
discussing the swearing drama
Taking a look at oscilloscope music.
droops walks us through how to build Android Apps with App Inventor a block based language.
how using botnets for legetimate purposes can be useful
A brief overview of how to work your first satellite.
hpr2188 :: Art Appreciation hosted by brian
Some thoughts on art appreciation
In this episode I discuss some of the quirks of setting up Toshiba Libretto for retro gaming.
Practising soldering skills by hacking together a soldering extraction fan.
Conversation in response to comments about my last Episode called "Google It"
hpr2182 :: why say GNU/Linux ? hosted by spaceman
Dedicated to all the people that says Linux instead of GNU/Linux
Install OpenBSD from Linux using Grub
I expand on a list of one-liner advice to myself 20 years ago, that I posted on pump.io. Part 2 of 2
I expand on a list of one-liner advice to myself 20 years ago, that I posted on pump.io.
hpr2178 :: Dice Mixer hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu reviews the Dice Mixer dice tower
learn things that empowers you and interconnects with other of your knowledge
A review of the Kdenlive colour correction suite
I have a Raspberry Pi Zero with a Blinkt! 8-LED array I'm setting up as a notification device
hpr2171 :: hello world hosted by spaceman
this first HPR podcast is to introduce myself and what I am about.
I give a quick overview of the challenges of IRC on the go and how Riot and Matrix solve them for me
Klaatu ponders analogue random number generation
hpr2167 :: Google It hosted by Bill "NFMZ1" Miller
Discussing some of the successes Google has had despite people thinking Google is failing
By popular request, a description of how a slide rule works
hpr2165 :: Get the most out of your commute with these great audio suggestions. hosted by knightwise
Knightwise talks about ways to stay entertained during your commute to work by listening to podcasts
In which I take an IRC rant to audio and look at what's really wrong with git.
hpr2161 :: What's in my freezer? hosted by Inscius
Inscius talks about the food stored in his freezer.
David Whitman attempts an audio illustration of how to tie the bowline knot.
hpr2158 :: Art Club hosted by Brian in Ohio
Have fun learning about art with your friends
hpr2155 :: Ohio LinuxFest 2016 hosted by Ahuka
My experience of Ohio LinuxFest 2016
I need to split a block of bees wax
I go over some of the items I use for my technical testing
hpr2147 :: Glass cutting bottles hosted by operat0r
You may have seen vases made from bottles and wondered how they cut the glass.
How I use markdown and git to keep up with what I do
hpr2142 :: Book Reviews hosted by m1rr0r5h4d35
I take a brief look at two books others may find of interest.
hpr2141 :: Make Web Python with Flask hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu talks about Flask, a Python-based web microframework
My presentation pipeline
hpr2138 :: Hack the Box with Bandit hosted by NYbill
NYbill talks about a Linux 'War Game' called Bandit.
Learn how to create a hardware pause switch for the sega genesis
hpr2134 :: Shutdown Sequence Systemd hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu demonstrates how to sequence systemd shutdown processes
Introduction to data reduction methods: Run-Length-Encoding
This episode I chat briefly about glass bottle cutting and my experiences with it.
hpr2127 :: Tabletop Gaming hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu ponders analogue programming and tabletop gaming
hpr2126 :: My new (old) tablet hosted by Alpha32
How I got the cruft off my LG Gpad 7
I talk while sewing the strap back onto a cloth shopping bag
Automate the process of finding unique websites, removing dupes and getting screenshots
hpr2118 :: What is App Inventor? hosted by Nacho Jordi
An overview of the online free Android app creator
hpr2116 :: Duffer Gardening hosted by Dave Morriss
Prior to a Duffercast recording chalkahlom, inscius and I had a conversation about gardening
hpr2113 :: sqlite and bash hosted by norrist
Using cron, du,sqlite, and bash to find directory growth
hpr2112 :: My old home server hosted by MrX
A show about my old home server
hpr2109 :: Hacking my inner ear hosted by Dave Morriss
How I discovered some new things about how my inner ear works and how to stop falling over
Listen and enjoy as I change the oil on my wife's Honda CR-V
I talk about how I use Makefiles in my Lilypond and HTML projects
hpr2106 :: My Podcast Client hosted by MrX
A show about my podcast client
A very basic description of the reverb effect
hpr2103 :: DIY Book Binding hosted by Ken Fallon
With no shows in the queue, Ken rushes in a show on his latest hacks
A method for optimizing the rendering of items when using AngularJS's ng-repeat directive.
hpr2099 :: Dat Muzak Showz hosted by x1101
Lyle (x1101) and Thaj talk about making music on Linux
hpr2098 :: Minimal Music Site? hosted by mattkingusa
Matt King discussing the availability of an open source multimedia focused website.
hpr2092 :: My new love hosted by swift110
I talk about how I got my latest laptop
In this episode, I give some examples of common and uncommon tools for processing data files
hpr2090 :: A Docker Dialog hosted by Thaj Sara
Thaj and Lyle (x1101) have a discussion about Docker and its use.
How I solved a problem I found when trying to control my new blinkstick nano with Python
More of the magazines I read
I record the process of cleaning the throttle body on my truck, trying to fix an idling problem
The basics of one of the most fundamental audio production techniques
My daughter broke the headphone jack in her laptop. I tried to get the remains out
Using effects and transitions in Kdenlive
Sigflup demonstrates how to make acid house quickly
I talk a little about my network and how you can host services for your friends and family.
This is a short episode about the Magazines I read that may be of interest to other listeners
A show about a cat. Warning. Repeat. Warning. Contains content that will be disturbing to some.
sigflup deletes her home directory only to recover one important file
Join me on an audio video adventure with Captain Slocum and another Robert W Service ballad
How to install your own haste server
hpr2064 :: Test-Driving Devuan hosted by Frank Bell
Frank Bell takes Devuan Beta out for a spin.
Show about an interesting documentary I recently came across and new piece of hardware
More Tech, Less Magic
hpr2055 :: GNU Nano Editor hosted by JWP
Why GNU Nano is a real Text Editor and Simple Word Processor
hpr2053 :: My 2nd HPR Beer Podcast hosted by JustMe
Describing the taste of beers I've tried
In this episode of HPR sigflup interviews Linden who specializes in databases.
Black and white film is actually pretty easy to develop. Follow along as I do so.
Knightwise talks about how he uses his Raspberry Pi to get things done.
hpr2048 :: The Hubot chat-bot hosted by John Duarte
An introduction to the Hubot chat-bot
hpr2047 :: Neo Fetch 1.5 hosted by JWP
Neofetch is a console command displaying system information
hpr2044 :: Bring on the Power! hosted by NYbill
It this episode NYbill talks about power supplies used for electronics work.
hpr2043 :: My First Beer Podcast hosted by JustMe
Discussing beer tasting
A ham operators view on router antennas
Using fire and various bits of plastic, jezra attempts to repair a hole in a plastic boat.
hpr2036 :: Glasgow Podcrawl 2016 hosted by Dave Morriss
Kevie and Dave invite you to the 2016 Glasgow Podcrawl
hpr2035 :: Building Community hosted by droops
droops discusses some ideas on how to expand the HPR community
A brief review of Bodhi Linux
hpr2032 :: How I Came to Linux hosted by Steve Saner
Steve tells his story of how he came to be a Linux user.
Introduces automobile OBD2 and briefly profiles three available apps for Android.
This is a short review of the Pocket Ref
A very basic intro into some alarm equipment
I describe my and my children's attempts to solve a puzzle
I talk about an App that pipes the audio input of my Smartphone into my Computer to record this show
I describe how I use xmodmap to remap my spacebar to make underscores
I bought a RPi 3, a case, a heatsink and an SSD and have set the Pi up as a server
hpr2020 :: Automotive Billing hosted by brian
How I bill for automotive repairs
A short episode where I describe a couple of geeky projects I've been working on
Bought a 3D printer kit. My thoughts on how it went together.
hpr2016 :: Echoprint hosted by laindir
I share what I've learned about the Echoprint music identification system
hpr2015 :: Linux in the Church hosted by Joe
How I'm using Linux for many of my projects at church.
CPrompt talks about how he configured his GNU/Screen to suit his needs.
Do not listen to this show. Record one instead.
hpr2007 :: My new laptop hosted by Dave Morriss
I won an Entroware laptop at OggCamp 2015. I talk about it here
My preparation and recording workflow.
Excited about having a Raspberry Pi Zero
How I use Ardour, Jack audio, and a Presonus interface to record an entire band practice.
Listen as I replace the serpentine belt, idler pulley, and belt tensioner in my truck.
Where I show off my Ratpoison configurations
I'm describing my workflow from receiving the files to listen to them.
Installation instructions from lessons learned the hard way.
hpr1989 :: WDTV Makes Me Itch hosted by Epicanis
A step-by-step description of turning an old computer into a simple linux media appliance
hpr1988 :: Linux from Scratch hosted by Brian in Ohio
My experience of installing Linux from source
hpr1985 :: Fixing Bug 1092571 hosted by Ken Fallon
Cant mount drive with cifs but can with kioslave smb
Why I've been to fifteen linux.conf.au conferences
hpr1983 :: Review of Sony Vaio VPC hosted by swift110
Sony vaio is discussed
Describing how I solved an audio problem while having a rant about automation limiting control
A short overview of how to load a sample into UHV (ultra high vacuum)
In general I was feeling bad about how donations work with Ubuntu
A presentation given by Richard Stallman as part of FOSDEM fringe.
In this Episode we will cover the Horror that is spam, and the great horror of filtering it.
Use this screen multiplexer wrapper to optimize your usage of the terminal, locally, and abroad.
Using the graphical query builders from SQLeo with SQLite
David Whitman installs an Open Street Map of Hawaii on a Garmin 60CX. Yipee for Free.
Live action audio of my dad teaching us how to turn pens on a mini lathe
We discuss advanced editing techniques and review the tools you'll be using as a video editor.
I talk about installing an alternate ebook reader app on a jailbroken Kindle
hpr1947 :: ocenaudio hosted by lostnbronx
ocenaudio is a cross-platform, easy to use, fast and functional audio editor.
Quassel is an IRC client that routes your open chat windows into one connection to the IRC server
How to mount remote storage using sshfs
hpr1942 :: Kobo Touch N-905 E-Reader hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu reviews the Kobo Touch e-reader
I describe how to collate the pages of two separate PDF files using pdftk
I use my own tools for preparing my HPR shows. I talk about them in this episode
hpr1935 :: Quick Bashpodder Fix hosted by Charles in NJ
Charles in NJ returns with a short show to discuss a fix he made to Bashpodder.
Part 2 of the saga of the meegopad T-02
hpr1931 :: Atomic force microscopy hosted by Amunizp
General view of the nanoscale tools. Special interest with Atomic force microscopes AFM
hpr1930 :: A systemd primer hosted by Clinton Roy
An introduction to the modern linux init system
hpr1929 :: I Found a Flashlight hosted by Jon Kulp
I talk about an amazing flashlight I found while walking to work one day recently
A short overview of what these institutes do.
Geddes narrates the first part of Seth Kenlon's An Introduction to Kdenlive
A quick example of how I imported a backup of Gmail.
How to organise and run a conference, and what can go wrong.
hpr1914 :: Waking up hosted by Jezra
A follow up episode in response to Windigo's episode about waking up
Help us take The Linux Experiment to the next level!
Thoughts on which desktop to use, and which GUI to use
QMMP is a simple media player inspired by Winamp and XMMS.
This is a recording of my presentation at the recent national joint CMS/ATMI meeting in Indianapolis
Some tips to make you feel more comfortable on the Windows side of things.
I install supertuxkart at home on my PC
hpr1899 :: MyTinyTodo List hosted by Jon Kulp
Introduction to one of my favorite productivity tools, the web-based todo list called MyTinyTodo
hpr1898 :: Free my music! hosted by Alpha32
How I got my music off my Mac and ended my iDependence.
I talk about installing Windows 7 Ultimate on a 320 GB HDD I got from a friend
hpr1896 :: User Local Software hosted by Eric Duhamel
Eric describes a technique for organizing and working on user-installed source code and binaries
Dave takes a walk with his son Alex and spouts a bunch of random guff about things
And now for something completely different
hpr1886 :: Moral Volcano's Linux Tips & Tricks podcast for Hacker Public Radio hosted by Moral Volcano
A collection of Linux tips and tricks that may be useful new users.
hpr1883 :: Don't Get Locked In hosted by knightwise
Knightwise discusses how he uses tools from several major software platforms to get his work done
Thaj explains his setup for computing outside of the house, without his laptop.
I record a show while hacking a belt to make it fit.
How quickly can you get an HPR recording done? 10 minutes including app install! Sort of.
Why I'm making an HPR episode, and why I'm making a vaporware social network engine
I talk about one of my favorite games sim city buildit
hpr1869 :: Irssi Connectbot hosted by NYbill
NYbill talks about setting up Irssi Connectbot on a Android phone to access IRC.
The intrepid Glasgow Podcrawlers meet to discuss their experiences back in July
My son and I visit the Lafayette Public Library to try out the 3d printer in the maker space.
Eric and Emily discuss operating systems, school and fun uses of computers.
Using a Raspberry Pi as a print spooler for an old USB printer
The Awesomely Epic Guide To KDE Part 2
A tutorial of the KDE Desktop
CPrompt talks about some more cool stuff for you to enjoy!
hpr1856 :: ssh config hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu talks about ssh config.
I talk about the process of getting Ubuntu onto my son's UEFI-secured laptop.
hpr1853 :: I <3 Vista hosted by Alpha32
How I got into Linux
hpr1852 :: Operation Wallacea hosted by Dave Morriss
I talk to my daughter about her recent trip to Indonesia
Preshow & aftershow banter that does not get published through our normal feeds.
A brief introduction to using w3m, a command line web browser with tab and image support.
In this episode of hackerpublicradio sigflup talks about her efforts porting stuff with emscripten
I talk about the recording device I inherited from my mother-in-law and use it to record the show
Using the text filter option in the kate text editor.
I talk about my pickup truck and doing some repairs and stuff
hpr1836 :: The Statusnet Shuffle hosted by NYbill
Theru and NYbill talk about moving a Statusnet instance and converting it to GNU-Social
hpr1833 :: Resurrecting an IBM T40 hosted by swift110
I make an attempt to bring a 13 year old laptop back to life
How I use Markdown and Pandoc in my writing workflow
is there room for background music in podcasts for speed listeners?
A quick look at the Dutch short term car sharing service
hpr1829 :: My "New" Used Kindle DX hosted by Jon Kulp
I talk about my latest gadget, a used Kindle DX
hpr1824 :: I'm Learning Some Python hosted by Jon Kulp
I discuss how I use Python and some of the cool modules and libraries that I've found
ImageMagick is an amazing toolkit for manipulating images. Here's how I use it
hpr1816 :: Visualising HPR tags hosted by Dave Morriss
Using GraphViz to visualise the tags on HPR episodes
I describe how to add custom context menu items in the Nautilus and Thunar file managers.
I talk about my various headphones as I walk to my office.
I talk about why used stuff is often better than new stuff, with my new used Kindle Touch as example
hpr1808 :: David Whitman reads 'The Shooting of Dan McGrew' written by Robert W Service hosted by David Whitman
For his birthday David Whitman recites the Robert W Service ballad,
A tour of how to setup a base Arch Linux environment.
Lowering the quality of shows, Ken provides a lifehack tip.
hpr1800 :: YouTube Video Subscriptions hosted by Ahuka
How to subscribe to and watch YouTube Video series, with suggestions
I explain how to post content from the command line on open social networks pump.io and GNU Social
An Intro to 12-tone music and my "Random 12-Tone Row of the Day" bash script.
I've been learning Go recently. Here are my initial thoughts about the language and framework.
Jon Kulp and Mike Hingley talk about ebooks in general and Mike's Quickly Ebook Template project
hpr1788 :: Podcrawl Glasgow 2015 hosted by Kevie
Dave Morriss and Kevie have a yarn about the upcoming event Podcrawl Glasgow 2015
hpr1786 :: What is MapReduce? hosted by Charles in NJ
Charles in NJ returns in his outdoor studio to explain a Big Data concept.
Inspired by the release of the Open Well Tempered-Clavier, I try to explain the Fugue.
Long time Podcast listener finally gets off the fence and makes the switch. Now he's hooked.
hpr1779 :: Cowsay and Figlet hosted by Jon Kulp
Cowsay and Figlet: Two fun ASCII text commands
hpr1777 :: Magnatune Favourites hosted by Dave Morriss
Andrew and Dave talk about Magnatune and some of their favourite tracks
hpr1775 :: Sonic Pi hosted by Steve Bickle
A short review of sonic PI and programming the HPR theme
hpr1774 :: Router Hacking hosted by Jon Kulp
A Quick What, Why, and How of Hacking Routers
hpr1772 :: Random thoughts hosted by swift110
I talk about some of the things I appreciate in life
hpr1766 :: Sox of Silence hosted by Ken Fallon
Using SOX to speed up and remove silence in a podcast
Rogue Class Linux is a specialty distribution of Linux for playing the old games.
hpr1763 :: Intro to Homebrewing hosted by Alpha32
Beer! and the joy of making it.
hpr1760 :: pdftk: the PDF Toolkit hosted by Jon Kulp
Intro to the command-line pdf toolkit
I recently bought a Geeksphone Revolution and this is my review of running Firefox OS on it.
CPrompt talks about some more cool stuff for you to check out!
hpr1756 :: Ranger File Manager hosted by Mr. Young
Introduction to the ranger command line file manager
hpr1754 :: D7? Why Seven? hosted by Jon Kulp
I explain what 7th chords are and when to use them.
This is a podcast in Spanglish (some spanish, some english) with a 5 year old and a 1 year old.
Justin King browser based emulated computer
Four interviews from Scalex13
Five interviews from Scale x13
Eight interviews from Scale 13x
Postgres SQL in Space, Bryan Lunduke, and OpenSuSe Build Service
Lord Drachenblut at Scale 13x. Today Docker, Fedora Activity Day, Matthew Miller Fedora Project Lead
hpr1742 :: How to Get Yourself On an Open Source Podcast - Presentation for Kansas Linux Fest, 22 March 2015 hosted by FiftyOneFifty (R.I.P.)
Re-recording of a presentation for KLF that went unrecorded
Some advice about best practices on mailing lists
How I use Linux for my Business
Preshow & aftershow banter that does not get published through our normal feeds.
A follow-up to ep. 1512, I reflect on what I've learned digitizing two Counterpoint textbooks.
hpr1731 :: Upgrading an old laptop hosted by swift110
I put brand new parts into an old fujitsu lifebook 4215
David Whitman builds a safety heat shield for a wood stove in his shop
hpr1727 :: Basic Mutt hosted by Frank Bell
Frank Bell discusses setting up and using Mutt as an email client.
Inspired by a recent meeting with Ken Fallon, Knightwise presents 15 excuses not to record a show.
hpr1723 :: Success With Students hosted by Kevie
From taking a podcasting course, students learn the benefit of Creative Commons and open source
We wish to announce a new Linux Fest to serve the Midwest
hpr1721 :: Cross-compilers Part 2 hosted by Mike Ray
Using one of our cross-compilers to compile a Raspberry Pi kernel
hpr1719 :: The Linux Tree Command hosted by JWP
The Linux Tree Command and its uses
hpr1717 :: Visualizing electricity hosted by tcuc
Trying to understand electricity.
A person new to Linux is introduced to video software that was unimpressive
hpr1709 :: Hacking Your Teeth hosted by MrX
Advice on hacking your teeth
hpr1708 :: GNU/Nano Editor hosted by JWP
JWP emails in an episode on the Editor GNU/Nano
hpr1707 :: A tour round my desktop hosted by Beeza
A look at the applications I use, why I use them and the alternatives I've tried.
hpr1706 :: Cross-compilers part 1 hosted by Mike Ray
What is cross-compiling, and why I might want/need to do it
Jeffrey Powers talks "*azines" and his other tech sites
hpr1703 :: Open Source CD Rippers hosted by Kevie
Kevie takes a look at a variety of CD ripping software available on Linux
TWaT started 9 years, 3 months, 27 days ago and today we celebrate the first 2000 episodes
hpr1694 :: My APOD downloader hosted by Dave Morriss
My simple Perl script to download the Astronomy Picture of the Day each day
hpr1693 :: DD fun hosted by Cibola Jerry
Having some Fun with the DD command.
Useful tools I found when compiling software, and creating a debian package.
Introduction to Netizen Empowerment Federation. It is short, so let me know if you'd like detail.
How to drive systemd, without crashing the vehicle through arguing with your passenger.
Some good content that we do not publish
hpr1669 :: New Retro Computing hosted by NYbill
NYbill talks about building a Micromite Companion
hpr1667 :: How to start a Blog hosted by Rill
How to start a blog and why you might want to
Preshow and aftershow banter that does not get published through our normal feeds.
hpr1660 :: Trying out Slackware hosted by beni
Slackware-newbie Beni is talking to long time Slackware user mcnalu
CPrompt talks about some more cool stuff that he has discovered
hpr1657 :: Hacking Gutenberg eBooks hosted by Jon Kulp
I talk about ebook formatting and how to customize an ebook from Project Gutenberg
I describe the collection of audio players I use for listening to podcasts
ASN uniquely identifies each network on the Internet
Ruth Suehle reminds us all that hardware needs to be open too.
Showcasing the Central Coast Public Broadcasting radio show slash podcast, Geek Speak
The real Elysburg experience
How I fixed the stuttering text-to-speech on a Raspberry Pi
Review of the Unison graphical Syncing Utility
The real reasons for using Linux
Ken Starks builds computers for kids who need a hand.
hpr1638 :: Surviving A Roadtrip: Food hosted by Windigo
A few tricks about food and eating that can help you survive a roadtrip.
Zuckerberg, Facebook, friends having you back
Banana Pi first impressions
hpr1616 :: Howto Use Webfonts hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu reveals the secret of webfonts WITHOUT using Google
hpr1613 :: What's in a nickname? hosted by Inscius
Mikael talks about his Internet nickname.
hpr1612 :: Don't Forget the Referbs hosted by NYbill
NYbill talks about a refurbished Lenovo and modifying it to his liking.
lostnbronx rambles on and on about his current process for creating epubs using FOSS tools
I explain how I migrated my Drupal 6 blog to Nikola.
hpr1606 :: Howto VNC hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu talks about how to get VNC up and running.
hpr1601 :: Howto Install LAMP hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu introduces new web developers to LAMP.
NASA guidelines for EVA from spacecraft are detailed and painstaking, not so films.
hpr1596 :: About the Word "Hack" hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu muses about the word "hack"
How to coax a windows-only steam game to work under steam in GNU/Linux.
hpr1589 :: KC MakerFair 2014 hosted by MrGadgets
A rundown on all the cool things to see at the KC MakerFair 2014
A ramble about stars, by a geeky chap who resides on planet Earth.
hpr1583 :: Podcast Generator hosted by AukonDK
Easy software to host a podcast.
Tesla's patent decision, 12 challenges, and an update on the GNU Health project
Klaatu interviews a programmer about new crowd-sourced air quality detection systems
I explain how to use the Nikola Static Web Site and Blog Generator to make a simple site with a page
hpr1574 :: Arts and Bots hosted by Klaatu
robots and programming in liberal arts classes
Making T-shirts with bleach and freezer paper
hpr1571 :: Yahoo Mail Forwarder hosted by ToeJet
Build, configure and deploy a self maintaining Yahoo mail forwarding virtual client.
Jon has a conversation with his computer
In this episode I discuss the way I set up partitions on my laptop for multibooting.
How I start programs at boot on my Raspberry Pi
This episode should be your companion while installing the android SDK/NDK and creating C-bases apps
Knightwise gives some budget saving tips on why you don't always need to get new gear.
hpr1558 :: Lunch Breaks hosted by Christopher M. Hobbs
Break out of your brown bag or greasy box and explore the world around your workplace!
ThistleWeb explores a couple of screenplay writing solutions for Linux and Chromebooks
hpr1551 :: Bitcoin Mining hosted by Scyner
This is a short summary of what steps I took to get a set and forget bitcoin mining station going
In this episode CPrompt covers some pretty cool stuff that he has found over the last few days.
hpr1548 :: Heyu and X10 hosted by Peter64
Peter64 and Jonathan Nadeau talk about Heyu and X10
hpr1542 :: Agnes is an IT Lawyer hosted by Seetee
Today on #HPR; listen to @IT_Advokaten talk about the change in EU law regarding personal data!
I discuss how I overhauled an outdated website for my employer.
CPrompt talks about the Science Fair 150-in-1 Electronic Project Kit.
semioticrobotic talks about himself and his involvement with opensource.com
A review of some astronomy software, as used on the planet Earth, by a geeky chap.
Knightwise and Keith discuss their fledgling open-source project to manage social media promotion.
hpr1531 :: How I use Linux hosted by Jezra
jezra talks about using Linux
hpr1527 :: Surviving A Roadtrip: GPS hosted by Windigo
A few GPS tricks that can help survive a roadtrip.
How to use Docker and Linux Containers
Shane Shennan explains why he makes greeting cards out of pieces of cardboard boxes
johanv talks about prime numbers
hpr1514 :: Give The Small Guy A Try hosted by Beeza
Beeza and seeing if there is software which may suit your needs better than the mainstream
Epicanis demonstrates a show concept: REAL science news, direct from a scientific journal articles
I discuss one of my latest projects, a digital overhaul of a 100+ year old counterpoint textbook
hpr1511 :: How to skin a snake hosted by Jezra
How to skin a snake, and cure the skin for later use
hpr1509 :: HPR Needs Shows hosted by HPR Volunteers
HPR is short of shows and we need you to send in some today
hpr1508 :: In Defense of Play hosted by Charles in NJ
Just a few words in defense of play. It is the best way to learn new things.
In this episode, Members of the HPR community, and attendees of NELF share their thoughts about the
hpr1496 :: wiki on the raspberry pi hosted by MrX
My experience of playing with wiki software on the raspberry pi
hpr1494 :: The Next Gen is You (2/2) hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu talks about Steam on Linux and building a system to run it - part 2
hpr1493 :: The Next Gen is You (1/2) hosted by Klaatu
Klaatu talks about Steam on Linux and building a system to run it - part 1
hpr1492 :: HPR at NELF 2014 Part2 hosted by NYbill
hpr1490 :: HPR at NELF 2014 Part1 hosted by pokey
Putting together a Raspberry Pi, installing the OS and setting up RaspBMC
hpr1484 :: TuxJam31 hosted by Andrew Conway
Andrew Conway presents TuxJam episode 31, a special for HPR
How goibhniu got Ken to use a Brother MFC-J5910DW with a Continuous Ink Supply System
hpr1478 :: Batteries Part 2 hosted by MrX
My early experience with batteries & memorable battery operated devices
hpr1476 :: Sega Genesis Music Driver hosted by sigflup
@sigflup interviews kubilus1 about his VGM driver for the Sega Genesis/Megadrive
hpr1474 :: A behind the Curtain Look at OsmAnd (OSM Automated Navigation Directions) with Pokey and David hosted by David Whitman
David and Pokey talk about the OsmAnd app
A teaching tool for children learning to read an analogue clock
hpr1468 :: A Whole Lot of Nothing: Chromebook EOL, CentOS WTF, Non Mainstream GNU/Linux Distros and more... hosted by Beto
Beto covers a wide range of subjects in this episode
pokey is probably better than you at "Find The Difference" games, but he won't be after this
hpr1466 :: Thoughts on GPS hosted by pokey
pokey meanders through his thoughts on GPS.
Podcasting from the car Knightwise shows us his favorite command line applications and how he connec
A review of several topics including Linux bug community participation and Markdown
FOSDEM 2014 Report, part 2