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  Thread: Favourite Scripting Languages
Post: RE: Favourite Scripting Languages

I tend to go to python, just because it's more likely to be pre-installed on any system I work on. I enjoy ruby but it's not my goto because it's not likely to be installed for some reason. subproce...
mattrose Programming On Unix 13 385 24-03-2021, 09:11 AM
  Thread: pass, gnupg, managing keys and migrating password-store
Post: RE: pass, gnupg, managing keys and migrating passw...

wrt gpg vs gpg2. I think you can have both installed but I don't know.
mattrose Security & Cryptography 10 325 15-03-2021, 03:39 PM
  Thread: pass, gnupg, managing keys and migrating password-store
Post: RE: pass, gnupg, managing keys and migrating passw...

you can't just copy over keys like that, you need to export your private key from GPG, and then import it into the new laptop. Good instructions are here: https://makandracards.com/makandra-orga/......
mattrose Security & Cryptography 10 325 15-03-2021, 03:39 PM
  Thread: pass, gnupg, managing keys and migrating password-store
Post: RE: pass, gnupg, managing keys and migrating passw...

(13-03-2021, 04:57 AM)Ramiferous Wrote: So if I already have pass set up on my other laptop though, should I just delete my existing ~/.password-store before cloning the git repo and starting fresh?...
mattrose Security & Cryptography 10 325 13-03-2021, 01:36 PM
  Thread: pass, gnupg, managing keys and migrating password-store
Post: RE: pass, gnupg, managing keys and migrating passw...

You wouldn't do $ pass git init on the second laptop. Once you have the repo at https://my-private-password-repo.git, you can just do $ git clone https://my-private-password-repo.git .pass...
mattrose Security & Cryptography 10 325 12-03-2021, 11:13 PM
  Thread: pass, gnupg, managing keys and migrating password-store
Post: RE: pass, gnupg, managing keys and migrating passw...

So, to answer your questions. * if you don't want to expose the names you give your password entries, then there can be a risk of putting your .password-store in a public repository on github or gitl...
mattrose Security & Cryptography 10 325 11-03-2021, 08:23 PM
  Thread: What shell do you guys use?
Post: RE: What shell do you guys use?

I am desparately trying to get used to zsh after macos stopped shipping recent versions of bash.
mattrose BSD 79 27,241 15-11-2020, 09:40 PM
  Thread: Nixers Book Club - Book #1: The UNIX Programming Environment
Post: RE: Nixers Book Club - Book #1: The UNIX Programmi...

I'm in. d/led the book and looking forward to reading it.
mattrose Community & Forums Related Discussions 44 3,068 14-11-2020, 06:52 PM
  Thread: File extensions
Post: RE: File extensions

(14-11-2020, 12:01 AM)Dworin Wrote: EDIT: ok, so I am more curious than lazy. Debian uses dash as non-interactive shell and bash as interactive shell. Goodness, is debian getting in on that sillines...
mattrose Servers Administration, Networking, & Virtualization 17 1,023 14-11-2020, 01:07 AM
  Thread: File extensions
Post: RE: File extensions

(12-11-2020, 03:48 PM)jkl Wrote: (12-11-2020, 02:57 PM)stratex Wrote: you know that in GNU/Linux /bin/sh is a symlink to /bin/bash in 99% of distros. Name your source. I doubt that. In debian and ...
mattrose Servers Administration, Networking, & Virtualization 17 1,023 13-11-2020, 09:03 PM
  Thread: Netflix from the command line?
Post: RE: Netflix from the command line?

The netflix streams are encrypted with DRM that requires a special plugin in the browser to decrypt, and getting a license for that is ... not easy. see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Widevine and ht...
mattrose Programming On Unix 6 641 15-10-2020, 10:27 PM