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Danbooru Client 0.6.0 released

A new version of Danbooru Client is now available!
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linux · opensuse · kde – 

Of gases, Qt, and Wayland

Ever since the launch of Argon and Krypton, the openSUSE community KDE team didn’t really stand still: a number of changes (and potentially nice additions) have been brewing this week. This post recapitulates the most important one.
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linux · opensuse · kde – 

Where are my noble gases? I need MORE noble gases!

As KDE software (be it the Frameworks libraries, the Plasma 5 workspace, or the Applications) develops during a normal release cycle, a lot of things happen. New and exciting features emerge, bugs get fixed, and the software becomes better and more useful than it was before. Thanks to code review and continuous integration, the code quality of KDE software has also tremendously improved. Given how things are improving, it is tempting to follow development as it happens. Sounds exciting?
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linux · opensuse – 

HOWTO: Configure 389-ds LDAP server on openSUSE Tumbleweed

Recently I’ve been setting up LDAP authentication on CentOS servers to give a shared authentication method to all the compute nodes I use for my day job. I use 389-DS as it’s in my opinion much better to administer and configure than openLDAP (plus, it has very good documentation). As I have a self built NAS at home (with openSUSE Tumbleweed), I thought it’d be nice to use LDAP for all the web applications I run there. This post shows how to set up 389 Directory Server on openSUSE Tumbleweed, including the administration console.
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linux · kde – 

KDE PIM changes in openSUSE Tumbleweed

Short version: the KDE PIM in openSUSE Tumbleweed is moving from 4.14.x to the KF5 based version. More details below.
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Danbooru Client 0.5.0 released

A new version of Danbooru Client is now available!
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Tip: opening and closing ports needed by a systemd service

Recently I’ve been testing out murmur, http://wiki.mumble.info/wiki/Main_Page server component, on my CentOS 7 server. Murmur requires specific ports being open to operate, and when using it I would open them manually, and close them after the session had been completed.
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