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Why a lot of the GNOME / GTK users prefer to install an exterior password managers instead of native #seahorse or standard unix-way: #pass + #gpg + #pwgen?

Take a look at these crazy dependencies:

  • KeePass (dependence: Mono framework! - aka "free .NET")
  • KeePassX (dependence: bloody Qt!)
  • KeePassXC (dependence: damned Qt!)
  • MyPasswordSafe (dependence: fucking Qt! Obsolete since 2004)
  • PasswordSafe (Wine recommended!) :)
  • Password Gorilla (needs Tcl. Obsolete since 2014)
  • PasswordSafe for GNOME (Flatpack! Or Meson + Python)
Why #Qt is bloody? By default! :) ... and as a main part of #KDE - the biggest evil too (sorry, it was a joke).

But do you really need the half of KDE - to install one(!) 100Kb package? :)

Vice versa, you can install #pass and #pwgen (amazing #gpg was installed by default):

Ve-e-ery simple examples

<br />Initialize password store 

    $ pass init [email protected]\* 
    mkdir: created directory ‘/home/zx2c4/.password-store’ 
    Password store initialized for [email protected] 

* or (for example): B7C077CF - GNUPG ID. 

List existing passwords in store 

    $ pass 
    Password Store 
    ├── Business 
    │   ├── some-silly-business-site.com 
    │   └── another-business-site.net 
    ├── Email 
    │   ├── donenfeld.com 
    │   └── zx2c4.com 
    └── France 
       ├── bank 
       ├── freebox 
       └── mobilephone   

    Alternatively, "pass ls". 

Find existing passwords in store that match .com 

    $ pass find .com 
    Search Terms: .com 
    ├── Business 
    │   ├── some-silly-business-site.com 
    └── Email 
       ├── donenfeld.com 
       └── zx2c4.com 

    Alternatively, "pass search .com". 

Show existing password 

    $ pass Email/zx2c4.com 
    sup3rh4x3rizmynam3  

Copy existing password to clipboard 

    $ pass -c Email/zx2c4.com 
    Copied Email/[email protected] to clipboard. Will clear in 45 seconds. 

Add password to store 

    $ pass insert Business/cheese-whiz-factory 
    Enter password for Business/cheese-whiz-factory: omg so much cheese what am i gonna do 

Add multiline password to store 

    $ pass insert -m Business/cheese-whiz-factory 
    Enter contents of Business/cheese-whiz-factory and press Ctrl+D when finished: 

    Hey this is my 
    awesome 
    multi 
    line 
    passworrrrrrrrd. 
    ^D  

Generate new password 

    $ pass generate Email/jasondonenfeld.com 15 
    The generated password to Email/jasondonenfeld.com is: 
    $(-QF&Q=IN2nFBx 

Generate new alphanumeric password 

    $ pass generate -n Email/jasondonenfeld.com 12 
    The generated password to Email/jasondonenfeld.com is: 
    YqFsMkBeO6di 

Generate new password and copy it to the clipboard 

    $ pass generate -c Email/jasondonenfeld.com 19 
    Copied Email/jasondonenfeld.com to clipboard. Will clear in 45 seconds. 

Remove password from store 

    $ pass remove Business/cheese-whiz-factory 
    rm: remove regular file ‘/home/zx2c4/.password-store/Business/cheese-whiz-factory.gpg’? y 
    removed ‘/home/zx2c4/.password-store/Business/cheese-whiz-factory.gpg’

The standalone #pwgen is very useful too:

pwgen -1 -B -c -n -s -y 24 -N 10 

    on/b?!mH5&`Cb\lx9no6P/Rb 
    O)]C}\Kl;t`>vXr5JdeS8k!6 
    UneVz^yylSL!x\*5Om)6!D:ZT 
    %vo~6HWNA1Nwaa-%EprAdY1| 
    1aC\*&C9,[email protected](G!Lg.D 
    V$k+4/On~Q%8|G31>BGt<\{b 
    X:!a|U8fNQ+,A)a,=%)w=?Wq 
    @7`Dj{_Lv[k0]T116DG;lCZc 
    []kaP"TvvSjC9zmJ4yd3"ld" 
    \<yf|>OzJ>?Pf&bxz2OE(.-?

If you prefer GUI, the simplest way is:

  • Open Seahorse
  • create any groups, keyrings and login+pass entries.

Don't forget about #GnomePasswordGenerator





#GNU #Linux #GNOME #GTK #Fedora #RedHat #CentOS #security #privacy #OS #keepass #keepassx #passwordsafe #pass #key #keyring #pgp #gnupg #man #manual #howto #Qt #KDE #mono #pwgen #password generator
 
Image/Photo

Why a lot of the GNOME / GTK users prefer to install an exterior password managers instead of native #seahorse or standard unix-way: #pass + #gpg + #pwgen?

Take a look at these crazy dependencies:

  • KeePass (dependence: Mono framework! - aka "free .NET")
  • KeePassX (dependence: bloody Qt!)
  • KeePassXC (dependence: damned Qt!)
  • MyPasswordSafe (dependence: fucking Qt! Obsolete since 2004)
  • PasswordSafe (Wine recommended!) :)
  • Password Gorilla (needs Tcl. Obsolete since 2014)
  • PasswordSafe for GNOME (Flatpack! Or Meson + Python)
Why #Qt is bloody? By default! :) ... and as a main part of #KDE - the biggest evil too (sorry, it was a joke).

But do you really need the half of KDE - to install one(!) 100Kb package? :)

Vice versa, you can install #pass and #pwgen (amazing #gpg was installed by default):

Ve-e-ery simple examples

<br />Initialize password store 

    $ pass init [email protected]\* 
    mkdir: created directory ‘/home/zx2c4/.password-store’ 
    Password store initialized for [email protected] 

* or (for example): B7C077CF - GNUPG ID. 

List existing passwords in store 

    $ pass 
    Password Store 
    ├── Business 
    │   ├── some-silly-business-site.com 
    │   └── another-business-site.net 
    ├── Email 
    │   ├── donenfeld.com 
    │   └── zx2c4.com 
    └── France 
       ├── bank 
       ├── freebox 
       └── mobilephone   

    Alternatively, "pass ls". 

Find existing passwords in store that match .com 

    $ pass find .com 
    Search Terms: .com 
    ├── Business 
    │   ├── some-silly-business-site.com 
    └── Email 
       ├── donenfeld.com 
       └── zx2c4.com 

    Alternatively, "pass search .com". 

Show existing password 

    $ pass Email/zx2c4.com 
    sup3rh4x3rizmynam3  

Copy existing password to clipboard 

    $ pass -c Email/zx2c4.com 
    Copied Email/[email protected] to clipboard. Will clear in 45 seconds. 

Add password to store 

    $ pass insert Business/cheese-whiz-factory 
    Enter password for Business/cheese-whiz-factory: omg so much cheese what am i gonna do 

Add multiline password to store 

    $ pass insert -m Business/cheese-whiz-factory 
    Enter contents of Business/cheese-whiz-factory and press Ctrl+D when finished: 

    Hey this is my 
    awesome 
    multi 
    line 
    passworrrrrrrrd. 
    ^D  

Generate new password 

    $ pass generate Email/jasondonenfeld.com 15 
    The generated password to Email/jasondonenfeld.com is: 
    $(-QF&Q=IN2nFBx 

Generate new alphanumeric password 

    $ pass generate -n Email/jasondonenfeld.com 12 
    The generated password to Email/jasondonenfeld.com is: 
    YqFsMkBeO6di 

Generate new password and copy it to the clipboard 

    $ pass generate -c Email/jasondonenfeld.com 19 
    Copied Email/jasondonenfeld.com to clipboard. Will clear in 45 seconds. 

Remove password from store 

    $ pass remove Business/cheese-whiz-factory 
    rm: remove regular file ‘/home/zx2c4/.password-store/Business/cheese-whiz-factory.gpg’? y 
    removed ‘/home/zx2c4/.password-store/Business/cheese-whiz-factory.gpg’

The standalone #pwgen is very useful too:

pwgen -1 -B -c -n -s -y 24 -N 10 

    on/b?!mH5&`Cb\lx9no6P/Rb 
    O)]C}\Kl;t`>vXr5JdeS8k!6 
    UneVz^yylSL!x\*5Om)6!D:ZT 
    %vo~6HWNA1Nwaa-%EprAdY1| 
    1aC\*&C9,[email protected](G!Lg.D 
    V$k+4/On~Q%8|G31>BGt<\{b 
    X:!a|U8fNQ+,A)a,=%)w=?Wq 
    @7`Dj{_Lv[k0]T116DG;lCZc 
    []kaP"TvvSjC9zmJ4yd3"ld" 
    \<yf|>OzJ>?Pf&bxz2OE(.-?

If you prefer GUI, the simplest way is:

  • Open Seahorse
  • create any groups, keyrings and login+pass entries.

Don't forget about #GnomePasswordGenerator





#GNU #Linux #GNOME #GTK #Fedora #RedHat #CentOS #security #privacy #OS #keepass #keepassx #passwordsafe #pass #key #keyring #pgp #gnupg #man #manual #howto #Qt #KDE #mono #pwgen #password generator
 
Et voilà!

C’est terminé!




J’avais pas prévu de rajouter une référence aux processeurs #RISC-V mais finalement, pourquoi pas ^^

Je trouve que c’est intéressant, dans une démarche d’anticipation, de rappeler au moyen de l’art que le #transhumanisme ne sera un bénéfice que s’il est conçu sur des spécifications et des technologies #libres

Vous pouvez redécouvrir le step by step animé complet ici

Illustration en CC-By-SA, comme d'hab.

Bizou & data love!

#pixel #thegimp #pixelart #cyberpunk #cyborg #robotgirl #robot #gal #gothic #goth #art #freeart #free #libre #artlibre #creative-commons #cc-by-sa #wip #animatedwip #step-by-step #howto #mywork #transhumanisme #transhumanism #risc #riscv
 
Et voilà!

C’est terminé!




J’avais pas prévu de rajouter une référence aux processeurs #RISC-V mais finalement, pourquoi pas ^^

Je trouve que c’est intéressant, dans une démarche d’anticipation, de rappeler au moyen de l’art que le #transhumanisme ne sera un bénéfice que s’il est conçu sur des spécifications et des technologies #libres

Vous pouvez redécouvrir le step by step animé complet ici

Illustration en CC-By-SA, comme d'hab.

Bizou & data love!

#pixel #thegimp #pixelart #cyberpunk #cyborg #robotgirl #robot #gal #gothic #goth #art #freeart #free #libre #artlibre #creative-commons #cc-by-sa #wip #animatedwip #step-by-step #howto #mywork #transhumanisme #transhumanism #risc #riscv
 

5 Exercises to Improve Your Street Photography | Digital Photography School

Do you want to capture amazing street photography, but you just feel like you’re not good enough? Don’t worry, because this article is going to give you five fantastic street photography exercises that are guaranteed to improve your street photography. It’ll provide you with the tools you need to take amazing street photos.
#photography #tutorial #howto #beginner #intermediate #StreetPhotography
5 Exercises to Improve Your Street Photography
 

How to Get Better at Street Photography | PetaPixel

It goes without saying that if you want to get better at something you have to practice. Simple, right? The thing is, that unlike more structured pursuits such as sports or music, the idea of practicing street photography seems a bit hard to wrap one’s head around.

But before we get into that, we should establish the best methodology for practice in in general.
I haven't got round to emulating the masters, and I've never. had a mentor, but I agree with the rest of this article. It's probably not only helpful to street photographers, but also to anyone thinking of trying this style of photography.

#photography #StreetPhotography #HowTo #tutorial #education
How to Get Better at Street Photography
 

#permlink #howto


Permalink is a link to a specific post but on the very own server of your contact, not a link to the original post on the originating server or to that post on your server.

This is a link to a original post on its originating server:
* https://pod.geraspora.de/posts/5273741

The following is the link to that original post but on framasphere.
* https://framasphere.org/posts/2236427
Note that it has a different post ID →

[2236427]The next link is the permalink address to that same post on framasphere.
* https://framasphere.org/posts/6f0560306621013420774860008dbc6c
Note that the identifier of the actual post is longer →
[6f0560306621013420774860008dbc6c]It's the same identifier on all pods/nodes, even on #friendica servers.
Note: friendica uses /display/ instead of /posts/ in the link address.
In your stream you find that longer address at the permalink sign that shows up on the top part of the post when you hover over it.
In the single post view you find it as underlying link in the time stamp [posted X hours/days/years ago].

The following is the part you have to add as an in line link to make it show up as a permalink on the respective pod or node.
Note that the part of the server address https://framasphere.org/ is missing.
* /posts/6f0560306621013420774860008dbc6c

Example:


[Tutorial for all newhere](/posts/6f0560306621013420774860008dbc6c)

Tutorial for all newhere


#newhere #neuhier #hola #profile #perfil #diaspora #diasporatutorial #federatedweb #thefederation
 

#permlink #howto


Permalink is a link to a specific post but on the very own server of your contact, not a link to the original post on the originating server or to that post on your server.

This is a link to a original post on its originating server:
* https://pod.geraspora.de/posts/5273741

The following is the link to that original post but on framasphere.
* https://framasphere.org/posts/2236427
Note that it has a different post ID →

[2236427]The next link is the permalink address to that same post on framasphere.
* https://framasphere.org/posts/6f0560306621013420774860008dbc6c
Note that the identifier of the actual post is longer →
[6f0560306621013420774860008dbc6c]It's the same identifier on all pods/nodes, even on #friendica servers.
Note: friendica uses /display/ instead of /posts/ in the link address.
In your stream you find that longer address at the permalink sign that shows up on the top part of the post when you hover over it.
In the single post view you find it as underlying link in the time stamp [posted X hours/days/years ago].

The following is the part you have to add as an in line link to make it show up as a permalink on the respective pod or node.
Note that the part of the server address https://framasphere.org/ is missing.
* /posts/6f0560306621013420774860008dbc6c

Example:


[Tutorial for all newhere](/posts/6f0560306621013420774860008dbc6c)

Tutorial for all newhere


#newhere #neuhier #hola #profile #perfil #diaspora #diasporatutorial #federatedweb #thefederation
 

Back to Basics: Understanding the “Sunny 16 Rule” in Photography | Digital Photography School

I’m about to show you one of the easiest and most long-standing methods for calculating exposures. Using it will help you almost always get a usable baseline exposure when shooting your camera in full manual mode. Yes, really.

It’s called the Sunny 16 Rule, and it’s going to be your best friend.
#photography #HowTo #tutorial
Back to Basics: Understanding the “Sunny 16 Rule” in Photography
 

7 Photography Exercises to Take Your Nature Photos to the Next Level | Digital Photography School

Do you want to improve your nature photography skills? Do you want to take stunning nature photos, consistently?

Don’t worry.

In this article, you’ll discover 7 photography exercises all designed to get you capturing unbelievable nature images.
#photography #HowTo #tuition #learning #study
7 Photography Exercises to Take Your Nature Photos to the Next Level
 
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