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We share our favorite networking trick of all time, and then chat with the blokes behind a new WireGuard-powered service.
Plus our reaction to RMS's return to the FSF, some big project updates, picks, and more!
Special Guests: Dalton Durst and Daniel Fore.
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- [Video] Richard Stallman is Back
- edw · elementary Developer Weekend — This conference is our way of reaching out to app developers, sharing the knowledge we’ve all collected over the years, and providing a space to ask questions and provide feedback.
- Ubuntu Touch OTA-16 Release — Today we are happy to announce the release of Ubuntu Touch OTA-16, our sixteenth stable update to the system!
- Linux Action News 181
- Forthcoming OpenSSL release — OpenSSL 1.1.1k is a security-fix release. The highest severity issue fixed in this release is HIGH.
- Initial Support For The Rust Language Lands In Linux-Next — While no fully-baked Rust kernel driver is ready yet, the initial merge to Linux-Next does include an example kernel module written in Rust.
- Linus Torvalds on where Rust will fit into Linux — Torvalds thinks "Rust's primary first target seems to be drivers, simply because that's where you find just a lot of different possible targets, and you have these individual parts of the kernel that are fairly small and independent. That may not be a very interesting target to some people, but it's the obvious one."
- Supporting Linux kernel development in Rust [LWN.net]
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- JB Telegram
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- Hoppy — Hoppy provides a unique public IPv4 and IPv6 address to each of your devices, allowing connectivity without limitations. If you are behind a restrictive ISP, constantly on the move, or self-hosting services, Hoppy is for you. All major platforms are supported.
- ngrok — Secure introspectable tunnels to localhost.
- Gist: Assign public ipv6 to wireguard clients
- WireGuard Routing and Port Forwarding
- Gist: Forward all traffic to server over WireGuard VPN
- Expose server behind NAT with WireGuard and a VPS
- How To Forward Ports through a Linux Gateway with Iptables
- FORWARD and NAT Rules
- Pick: dsnet — Simple command to manage a centralised wireguard VPN. Think wg-quick but quicker: key generation + address allocation.
- How to set up a wireguard VPN in minutes with dsnet
- Feedback: Raspberry Pi POCKIT
- Project POCKIT — PocKit is a computer made for the real, physical world. On top of its powerful, versatile Core, you can attach BLOCKS - any number of any kind - to suit your application.
- Video: A small, plug-and-play Linux computer — Project POCKIT
- GNOME 40’s Best New Features
- FreeBSD kernel-mode WireGuard moves forward out-of-tree