ports now ship OpenLDAP with SASL support by default 🎉 [1]. This is excellent news, no need to rebuild a bunch of ports when you use SASL, e.g.

romain@agrajag ~ % pkg query '%n %R' | awk '$2 != "FreeBSD" { print $1 }'
dovecot
ldapvi
openldap-sasl-client
openldap-sasl-server
sogo
sope

⚠️ If you are *not* using SASL, this might change a few things for you, and you will probably want to use `-x` for ldapsearch(1): "Use simple authentication instead of SASL.".

1. bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show

How come sc(1) has not been patched to support UTF-8?

I am using the latest release from 2002… 😒

Looking for the service manual of a sewing machine?

Search for "Janome 13512,14412, 15312"

You don´t put "estimated drinking time" on bottles. Instead, you list the volume and let people figure the rest out themselves.

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Commuting to work should be paid as work, by the way.

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"The nslookup command has been deprecated, abandoned, resurrected, slain, rebuilt, re-implemented, re-abandoned, deployed, consigned to an abandoned factory outside the village of Something Awful, and integrated into Microsoft Windows." #dnssecmastery2e

@folliehiyuki Did you ever read "Bullshit Jobs" by David Graeber?

Are you kidding me syslog-ng? backtick substitution in *comments*?

Error performing backtick substitution in configuration file; error='missing closing backtick (`) character'

432---> # - an object (e.g. `{ "[0]": { "__class__": "Sabre\HTTP\Request" },
432---> ^
433 # "[1]": { "__class__": "Sabre\HTTP\Response" }}`)

Sunday marks the 100th anniversary of the July 4th Ball at the Overlook Hotel

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RFC 9039: Uniform Resource Names for Device Identifiers

Voici un nouvel espace de noms pour des #URN, dev, afin de stocker des identificateurs pour des équipements matériels, par exemple pour les inventaires.

bortzmeyer.org/9039.html

#RFC #URI #IoT

#infosec this won't make sense unless you know what Mitre already is -
d3fend.mitre.org/

Y a une page de wiki sérieuse qui documente les navigateurs mainstream ?

Ça donnerait probablement quelque chose comme "firefox est le pire navigateur à l'exclusion de tous les autres", mais j'aimerai aller plus loin que mes préjugés des fois. Je vu des gros "debunk" de chromium/brave, mais j'ai jamais pu voir de synthèse.

Important: A significant flaw is present in June BIND releases 9.16.17 and 9.17.14

>> If you have not yet updated to the 16 June releases, we ask that you hold off
on any plans to install 9.16.17 or 9.17.14 until replacement releases can be
prepared and tested. <<

lists.isc.org/pipermail/bind-a

« C'est une décision, osons le mot, historique, qui vient d'être actée par le conseil d'administration de l'université de Nantes. […] Toutes les publications de l'université (= les articles scientifiques écrits par des enseignants-chercheurs de l'université) devront obligatoirement être déposées en archive ouverte.
[…] [Puis] pris en compte directement dans les évaluations institutionnelles mais aussi dans les financements que l'université versera aux labo »
affordance.info/mon_weblog/202

"I always found it amusing that a person getting their PHD in computer science came up with syntax as bad as the C shell"

Wow, after 25 years of Unix experience, I learned that you can filter output in #less.

Press ampersand (&) and enter a regex to show only lines matching the regex.

Press ampersand (&) and then exclamation mark (!) to apply an inverse filter.

After spending too much time understanding how os fact can be so wrong and why `facter os` and `facter os.name` produce inconsistent results… I finally think about `--debug`:

> Debug: Facter: external fact os got resolved from: /etc/puppetlabs/facter/facts.d/os.yaml

meh 😒

rm /etc/puppetlabs/facter/facts.d/os.yaml

✅ Fixed

Someone fixed the xkcd "Types of Scientific Paper" meme.

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