Ken is not a lawyer but is fairly sure that ChatGPT is not compatible with Creative Commons
Ken shows a safer way to get episodes from HPR
A great tool to quickly find the differences between two files
A sample episode from the latest entry to the Free Culture Podcast
A sample episode from a new entry to the Free Culture Podcast list
Ken walks through a list of Extensions he has installed in Firefox and why he uses them
Another excellent podcast for your consideration this time it's news from the FSFE
Ken welcomes a new podcast to the Free Culture Podcast family
Ken interviews Ciarán Ainsworth about Funkwhale that lets you listen and share music and audio
rho_n shows Ken how to submit changes to the new HPR static site.
Control your other PC securely using synergy over ssh
The wikipedia article on the Battery
Ken shows you how to use this mapping tool to display transit routes in your area.
Ken keeps forgetting how to add a favourite to OSMAnd
Ken brings the DeLorean up to 141.6Kph to address monochromec's comment on stats
How to enable sftp using a sshd server on android/lineageos
We got trolled and what we're going to do about it.
Ken proves Mathematically that programming is not easier with maths.
Ken recommends a very useful tool for measuring stuff
Some useful tools for working with Android Devices
In this episode we will show you how to connect to the HPR Community Room on Mumble.
Ken (Fallon not Thompson) checks his unix like computer to see how many commands still exist.
Ken runs through the most common Engineering Notation used in HAM radio.
A sample episode of the Free Software Foundation Europe Podcast
Join the policy discussions on the mail list
This is an example of the podcast that was featured on GNU World Order
How to use this amazing tool
How to update a cert when the automatic processes don't work
A private NextCloud instance on a Pi 4x8, with lets encrypt and wireguard vpn access
Use a Wemos to monitor if the lid is open or closed on a network scanner.
Could there be an ISP that wants free and open internet, for privacy, security and quality ?
Ken talks to the original HPR and Today with a Techie Admin.
Ken explains how they dig graves when the ground is essentially sand
A solution to the problem of updating difficult-to-reach Raspberry Pis in the enterprise.
Ken uses Calibre to convert a epub to PDF then uses pdfcrop to trim the margins
Join Ken on this 6 year long journey of success but also failure
A unmaintained extension lead to a popup storm
Makers Corner is a tech oriented DIY podcast, from the Other Side Podcast Network
Troubleshooting a basic install of Ansible
A sample episode from Escape Pod The Original Science Fiction Podcast
Ken installs courier-imap locally to have a local backup of his mail.
Ken explains some different ways to locate computers on the network
Interviews with some of the stands at FOSDEM 2020
An English microsode of their Swedish language podcast about Wikipedia.
Randal Schwartz and Aaron Newcomb featured HPR on FLOSS Weekly
Two useful applications to record a screen, and to chop and trim a video
What starts as an Interview and ends in a brain storm.
Interviews and chat from the UK's largest FLOSS event.
Interviews and chat from the UK's largest FLOSS event.
Inspired by a Jon Kulp show, Ken splits a large recording based on silence between tracks
We bring you the first episode of the new Creative Commons show the Distrohoppers Digest
A supplementary show to Jeroens episode 2792
Ken fixes an Android Firewalled Wi-Fi connection that reports no Internet and won’t connect
Using Fritzing to help reverse engineer a circuit in a winter model village windmill
Automating the steps needed to get images formatted for VCard import into Android phones
Ken shares a script that will allow you to quickly keep up to date on your youtube subscriptions
A followup to hpr2675 how you can download an entire youtube channel for local playout
We commemorate the 300 Today with a Techie and 2700 Hacker Public Radio shows
Ken talks with Florian Raschbichler and Anja Helmbrecht-Schaar about HiveMQ
Yet another amazing life hack !!!
Ken uses a Arduino Uno to load a bootloader on an Arduino Nano
In this live show, Ken sees if he can follow simple instructions
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
Yet another amazing life hack from Ken
The GDPR becomes enforceable today and Ken gives an overview on what it is and how it effects you.
Ken eats humble pie
Ken explains how and why he is scanning school books
Ken walks us through a script to secure the base Raspbian Pixel image
A small fix improves someone's life
Ken reads the Wikipedia article on Healthcare in the Netherlands
Amazing Life Hack that will change your life forever.
Ken interviews the projects in the H building and anyone else that wants to talk.
Ken interviews the projects in the AW building
Ken interviews the projects in the K building level 2 at stands 10 to 19
Ken interviews the projects in the K building level 2 at stands 1 to 9
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
Ken suggests that the term Free Software is a bug.
We read aloud various information pages on the HPR website
Practising soldering skills by hacking together a soldering extraction fan.
A low-cost open-source acoustic logger for biodiversity and environmental monitoring.
Francois Rautenbach tell us how he is hacking 50 year old computers
With no shows in the queue, Ken rushes in a show on his latest hacks
Do not listen to this show. Record one instead.
After 10 years, 3 months, 19 days of Procrastination, Ken finally delivers droops a show
Cant mount drive with cifs but can with kioslave smb
A presentation given by Richard Stallman as part of FOSDEM fringe.
Using the graphical query builders from SQLeo with SQLite
Mozilla,Apache,Jenkins,x doku tiki and MediaWiki,LFS,Perl,Barghest,Coala,Google SOC,Ultimaker
Fedora, OpenSuse, illumos, ownCloud, Enlightenment, Tizen, Kolab, KDE, LibreOffice
CAcert DRLM Gluster oVirt OpenVZ FSFE ReactOS BAREOS Debian PostgreSQL OpenMandriva Mageia Gentoo
How to get the total duration of a lot of media files.
Thoughts on which desktop to use, and which GUI to use
Mosquito Detection and Habitat Mapping for Improved Malaria Modelling
To mark the 10 year anniversary of HPR we talk to droops one of the founders of Today with a Techie.
Using the text filter option in the kate text editor.
A quick look at the Dutch short term car sharing service
Lowering the quality of shows, Ken provides a lifehack tip.
Using SOX to speed up and remove silence in a podcast
A wrapper script for xfreerdp to make connecting to windows servers painless
ReactOS, CoreOS, WolfSSL, PicoTCP, Ultimaker, CoreBoot and Flashrom, SatNOGS
Agora Voting, DIYBookScanner, OpenEmbedded, Amateur Radio, kodi formerly XBMC
TWaT started 9 years, 3 months, 27 days ago and today we celebrate the first 2000 episodes
Wikimedia, Hack the Knit, Jitsi, XMMP, Kolab, DoudouLinux
OpenMandriva, Mageia, KDE, Debian, Puppet, OwnCloud, Diaspora
Bradley M. Kuhn, Karen Sandler, Sriram Ramkrishna, Matthew Miller, Rich Bowen, Karanbir Singh
Blacks In Technology is a tech focused community focused on increasing diversity in technology.
ASN uniquely identifies each network on the Internet
Ken interviews Ingmar Steiner from the MaryTTS text to speech project.
We talk to Josh Knapp about his new business AnHonestHost.com
The contents of Ken's bag as he prepares for OHM 2013
Ken Fallon promotes the "Linux Luddites" podcast
How goibhniu got Ken to use a Brother MFC-J5910DW with a Continuous Ink Supply System
A teaching tool for children learning to read an analogue clock
FOSDEM 2014 Report, part 5
FOSDEM 2014 Report, part 4
FOSDEM 2014 Report, part 3
FOSDEM 2014 Report, part 2
FOSDEM 2014 Report, part 1
In today's show Ken talks to Fernando H. F. Botelho from the F123 group.
A hacked script to download youtube videos
Ken's contribution to TheGizWiz on the Twit.tv network, in the GadgetWarehouse segment
Ken demonstrates how to edit an audio file with Audacity
In this episode Ken and his Son hatch a plan to film a Dinosaur egg hatching using fswebcam.
Observe, Hack, Make. A five day outdoor international camping festival for hackers and makers
An interview with Ed Finkler about Mental Health
A discussion with Kevin O'Brien about Ohio LinuxFest
Nido Media and Ken Fallon at OHM2013
Ken interviews Ambjorn at OggCamp11
Ken releases an interview from OggCamp11
Ken interviews Nathan Dumont at OggCamp11
Ken Catches up with Steve Lee just before he gave his talk on Open Accessability.
Digital Data Transfer
Broadband for the Rural North (B4RN) revisited
Ken interviews Jerome Leclanche from the Razor-qt project
Describing the upcoming Ohio LinuxFest conference and expo
The final batch of interviews from OggCamp 2012
Yet more interviews from OggCamp 12 on day 2
More interviews from OggCamp 12 on day 1
Interviews from OggCamp 12 on day 1
Setting up an information display with a thin client and spare monitor
An alternative to Google Reader for managing feeds
Ken interviews Christel Dahlskjaer of the FreeNode project
The Free Software Definition has a wider scope than just software
The story of a Lancashire community and their high-speed network
A discussion of the capabilities of the Raspberry Pi
Ken talks to Lord Drachenblut about the upcoming Indiana LinuxFest 2012
A 200 kilometre skating tour in the province of Friesland in the north of the Netherlands
Ken interviews Pascal Bleser, FOSDEM organisation team member
An discussion with Alister Munroe from OggCamp 2011
An interview from OggCamp 2011
In today's show Ken talks to Tony Hughes about how he got into Linux
Syndicated Thursday welcomes Sourcetrunk
An interview wth Sam Tuke the British Team Coordinator and Editorial Team co-ordinator for the FSFE
An interview with Alan Cocks at Oggcamp 11
An interview from OggCamp
Ken talks to Juergen Schinker about the OWN Open wireless network
A round-up of OggCamp 11
The GiffGaff Community Phone project
An event to celebrate and promote the use of free and open source software
Ken talks to Gemma Cameron aka @ruby_gem about Barcamp Blackpool
Ken Fallon interviews Wayne Myers at OggCamp 11
An interview at OggCamp 11 with Ana Nelson about Dexy, a software documentation tool
An interview with Shane Marks from the Nexus maker space in Cork, Ireland
An interview with John Uren at OggCamp 2011
Ken talks to Moose, one of the organizers of Ohio LinuxFest
Ken submits a summer short explaining how to grep for a tab character in a file
Interview with Gabriel Weinberg of DuckDuckGo
Ken describes the use of the GNU 'sort' command
Ken interviews Jon Spriggs of CCHits.net
Ken Fallon interviews Tony Whitmore of the Ubuntu-UK Podcast about OggCamp11
Ken Fallon explores the schedule of the 2011 Southeast Linux Fest with Dave Yates
StankDawg interviewed by Ken Fallon
A celebration of the 50th anniversary of manned human space flight
Eben Moglen explains the motivations & ideas behind the Freedom Box project
A brief overview of wput, a command-line FTP utility
An explanation of the RSS 2.0 specification, the iTunes namespace, and HPR's RSS feed
Introduction to the man, info, and appropos commands, among other basics
Introduction to bash scripting, with quick explanations of many adjacent concepts
Ken Fallon describes how to install xscreensaver on a KDE 4 desktop
Ken discusses how to modify image metadata from the command line using exiv2
Backing up your cherished photo and video privately and securely
While aboard an Airbus 320, Ken Fallon describes loops that are available in BASH
Ken Fallon talks about Mashpodder.
Tips on securing your Linux systems, see Episode 431
Ken Fallon talks about an automatic car, with a twist
Ken talks about Logwatch, a customizable log analysis system
Converting wikipedia text to audio.
Ken talks about user friendly identities to connect to ssh
Ken talks about the history behind RTFM
Ken Fallon interviews Frank Breedijk of AutoNessus
Ken Fallon interviews Ian Southam about using cfengine
Ken updates the firmware on his Samsung YP-U3
Ken explains how to install and run a local squid proxy
Ken's failed attempt to set up a site that promotes devices that run linux
Ken gives us quick bash tips
Ken walks us through moving off DV tapes to disk
A show to encourage you to give up smoking
LPIC topic 1.101.6 — Configure Communication Devices
Setup different PC expansion cards
Ken Fallon discusses ways to promote linux
Ken covers SCSI skipping over modem and sound
Advice for job seekers
Ken covers how disks are dealt with in Linux
Ken encourages people to add to Open Street Map
Ken covers computer buses and system resources
Ken Fallon is preparing for his 'Linux Professional Institute Certification' (LPIC)
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