• El mundo es distinto ahora, pero los errores son los de siempre - Daniel Cantos Pardo
  • Era el primer viaje que realizaban sin tutor y saboreaban la libertad que con esa excitación que produce todo lo nuevo - Pablo Gonz
  • La falta de créditos retardó en tres años la partida de una verdadera expedición solarista - Stanislav Lem
  • El futuro ya está aquí, sólo que desigualmente repartido - W. Gibson
  • Me sentí como un punk que hubiera salido a comprar una navaja automática y volviera a casa con una pequeña bomba de neutrones - W. Gibson
  • A la mañana siguiente, realizaron su primer anochecer estelar - Diane Duane
  • —¿Un sol azul? —dijo Karellen, no muchas horas más tarde—. La identificación no puede ser muy difícil - Arthur C. Clarke
  • Aun así, en ese brillante interior había un núcleo oscuro, un indicio de algo encapsulado - Alastair Reynolds
  • El cielo sobre el puerto tenía el color de una pantalla de televisor sintonizado en un canal muerto - W. Gibson
  • Hace frío señor, en este campo —dijo el señor Tagomi—. Podemos regresar al centro de la ciudad en el helicóptero de la Misión, ¿le parece correcto? - Philip K. Dik
  • ¿Que es el ciberespacio? - El mundo - W. Gibson
  • Tengo sus anotaciones, estaban en su escritorio - Philip K. Dik
  • Esta formación constituye, en su totalidad, un desarrollo tridimensional de algún tipo de ecuación de orden superior - Stanislaw Lem
  • De nuevo la mezcla de rojo y verde, mirándole desde la naturaleza - Kim Stanley Robinson
  • Había un lugar en el Nostromo donde Dallas ocasionalmente encontraba algunos momentos de completa intimidad y al mismo tiempo se sentía razonablemente seguro. Era como una matriz artificial - Alan Dean Foster

[ACTUALIZACIÓN] #ARCHLINUX. AUR Migration: New SSH HostKeys

Entrada escrita por: Fernando Lanero Barbero
[ACTUALIZACIÓN] #ARCHLINUX

The latest and greatest news from the Arch Linux distribution.

(https://www.archlinux.org/news/aur-migration-new-ssh-hostkeys/) AUR Migration: New SSH HostKeys
Jul 28th 2020, 02:10

Due to the fact that the AUR has been migrated to a new server, the SSH HostKeys used to connect to the host have changed. These are the new keys fingerprints:
Ed25519: SHA256:RFzBCUItH9LZS0cKB5UE6ceAYhBD5C8GeOBip8Z11+4
ECDSA: SHA256:uTa/0PndEgPZTf76e1DFqXKJEXKsn7m9ivhLQtzGOCI
RSA: SHA256:5s5cIyReIfNNVGRFdDbe3hdYiI5OelHGpw2rOUud3Q8

The fingerprints above can also be found on the AUR home page when not logged in.

 

https://www.archlinux.org/news/aur-migration-new-ssh-hostkeys/

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[HOW-TO] DESINSTALAR UNA APLICACIÓN EN #SAILFISHOS VIA RECOVERY #JOLLA

Entrada escrita por: Fernando Lanero Barbero
1. Ir al modo de recuperación como se describe aquí, especialmente el capítulo 2.1:

https://jolla.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360002996893-Xperia-X-devices-How-to-use-the-Recovery-Mode


2.1 Forcing Xperia to Recovery Mode

  • Disconnect USB cable from Xperia
  • Turn Xperia OFF
  • If you have the fastboot drivers (Windows) or fastboot tools (Linux, Mac) already installed on your computer, skip to the next step. If not, install them now - the instructions are:
  • Force your Xperia to fastboot mode:
    • hold Volume Up key down and connect USB cable
    • ensure that the LED at the top of the display area is lit in BLUE colour
      (if not disconnect cable, release the key and try again)
  • Open Terminal app on your computer
  • Go to the Sailfish directory (see chapter 3 in Sailfish X instructions - Windows or chapter 3 in Sailfish X instructions - Linux or chapter 3 in Sailfish X instructions - Mac). This is the directory to which you have previously downloaded and unzipped the Sailfish OS for installing it. The next picture below shows the content of such a directory.
  • The following command will enable the Recovery Mode (the BLUE LED should be lit at this point)

    On Windows:
    fastboot boot hybris-recovery.img
    On Linux or Mac:
    sudo fastboot boot hybris-recovery.img

Forcing_Xperia_to_RecoveryMode-2.png

Detach the USB cable now.

After this there should not be any BLUE light on your Xperia. Instead, the following text should appear (in a really tiny font) at the top of Xperia display :
"RECOVERY:  Connect USB cable and open telnet to address 10.42.66.66"


(Nota: asegúrese de que el cable USB que se está usando es el mismo que se usó para flashear el teléfono. Algunos cables hacen que el modo fastboot no se active y que por lo tanto, el teléfono se inicie en modo de arranque normal).

2. En el menú de recuperación, seleccione SHELL

3. Su sistema de archivos raíz debería estar montado por defecto en /rootfs, verifique que realmente lo esté. Móntelo manualmente si es necesario.

4. Ejecute el siguiente comando:

chroot /rootfs /bin/bash

5.
Después que chroot se haya ejecutado con éxito ejecute para desinstalar la aplicación deseada:

rpm -e nombre-de-la-aplicacion

Entonces rpm detectará un chroot y no realizará algunos pasos (no estoy muy seguro de cuáles), pero para revertir los cambios del archivo debería ser suficiente.

6. Salir del chroot con:

Ctrl-D

7. Salir del shell del recovery con:

Ctrl-D

8. De nuevo en el menú de recuperación, seleccione la opción REINICIAR (REBOOT).

(Debido a que no hay dbus / systemd disponible en modo chroot o recovery, pkcon no se puede usar para desinstalar cosas, por lo que aquí se usa rpm directamente, cosa que normalmente NO se recomienda).
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#SAILFISHOS BY #JOLLA. A new decade for Sailfish OS

Entrada escrita por: Fernando Lanero Barbero
#SAILFISHOS BY #JOLLA

(https://blog.jolla.com/a-new-decade-for-sailfish-os/) A new decade for Sailfish OS
Dec 31st 2019, 11:14

As the year 2020 and a new decade are just around the corner I'd like to thank all our partners, customers, community members, and fellow sailors across the world for being part of the world-changing Jolla Sailfish story for another year. Not only was 2019 a good year but the entire decade has also been a wild ride for us together. Sincere thanks for sailing it with us!
Our dear Sailfish OS, and our company Jolla is steadily approaching an age of 10 years. Most of you know the (https://sailfishos.org/info/) history. Already from the start we had a bold vision of offering the world a transparent, trusted and privacy-preserving independent alternative for the most personal tech device we use to manage our daily lives – the smartphone. This is the vision we've been carrying through all stages of the story, from developing and offering Jolla branded devices in the early days, to the licensing business we've been pushing for the past few years.
We are mobile and tech enthusiasts who want to build and develop a mobile operating system we want to use ourselves, and to perfect Sailfish OS for our licensing customers. In parallel we've created the Sailfish X program to carry on the Jolla device heritage for all you like-minded people who want to be independent from the big players, who cherish privacy and data integrity, and who simply just enjoy being boldly different!
 
Strong partnerships and rigorous deep development
The Sailfish OS product is in great shape, and during this year we have released all together six (6!) (https://blog.jolla.com/category/software-updates/) new Sailfish 3 software releases and six SDK releases. These releases have included enhancements and major features for security, overall user experience, application handling and redesign of some core Sailfish apps. During 2019 we also released a totally rearchitected version of our unique Android-apps-on-native-Linux app support, now including support for Android 8.1 level apps for compatible Sailfish devices. We also launched support for the Sony Xperia 10, our first device to come with user data encryption enabled by default.
Implementing user data encryption has also been a major effort including changes to many different areas of the device. System startup, alarms, emergency calls, system upgrades, and many other areas were impacted by these changes, which required over 12 months of work.
During 2019 our partnership with Open Mobile Platform (OMP) in Russia advanced significantly, and the project has taken great steps forward. Some of the news is available on (https://omprussia.ru/news.html) OMP's web page.
 
What to expect in 2020?
Our expectations for the year include new licensing customers, a rapidly growing number of new Sailfish OS users both through our licensing customers and the Sailfish X community program. We will continue to develop the product to match and exceed the needs of our customers, and also to enhance the day-to-day experience for all Sailfish users.
Our 2020 Roadmap includes improving security architecture for UI, privacy-preserving multi-user support, and new enablers for cloud-based services, to name a few. In addition, our product roadmap includes several important updates for Sailfish OS developers. We will be updating our compiler toolchain, working to improve the SDK, and to offer more APIs with documentation to better serve our developers in creating native Sailfish OS apps. We're also working to enhance communication between all Sailfish OS developers by introducing updates to our online discussion tools.
While development is continuing at an increased pace, we are also working on new licensing partnerships in new countries. These cases take a lot of time to push through, and we will be working hard to bring these up and live during the first half of 2020.
We are now at a great starting point for another Sailfish decade to come. I want to use this opportunity to thank all Sailfish partners and fans for the past decade and wish the best of success to us all. Happy New Year and decade everyone!
Your captain sincerely,
Sami
The post (https://blog.jolla.com/a-new-decade-for-sailfish-os/) A new decade for Sailfish OS appeared first on (https://blog.jolla.com) Jolla Blog.

 

https://blog.jolla.com/a-new-decade-for-sailfish-os/

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Hosty, un bloqueador de anuncios para todos los sistemas operativos Unix y similares a Unix (Linux, SailfishOS, GNU, BSD, Mac OS X, FreeBSD, OpenBSD)

Entrada escrita por: Fernando Lanero Barbero
Instala manualmente hosty en SailfishOS, el bloqueador de anuncios "system-wide" para sistemas Unix y similares a Unix.
Hosty tiene como objetivo bloquear cosas molestas diseñadas para robar tiempo como anuncios, software peligroso como spyware y cosas que dañan la privacidad del usuario. De forma predeterminada, funciona descargando una lista predefinida de dominios para bloquear y agregar al archivo de hosts del sistema (manteniendo intactas las reglas existentes).

En la lista predefinida no se acepta censura política ni objetivos paternalistas como el bloqueo de pornografía o juegos de azar, NO se acepta nada que dañe la LIBERTAD del usuario.


INSTALACIÓN MANUAL EN SAILFISH
____________________________________________________________________________________

Requisitos
  • curl
  • awk
  • 7z
  • zcat
  • gpg
  • crontab

Instala los requisitos
devel-su pkcon install p7zip-full gawk gzip
Crea un enlace simbólico para gpg. No es la forma más elegante de conseguir tener gpg1 en SailfishOS pero sí la más sencilla (y funciona, que es lo importante)
devel-su ln -s /usr/bin/gpg2 /usr/bin/gpg
Instala vixie-cron desde openrepos.net


Instala hosty

Antes de poder instalar hosty en tu máquina con Sailfish, deberás tener configurado sudo en la misma. Sigue estos pasos y luego vuelve aquí.

curl -L git.io/hosty | sh

El instalador preguntará si ejecutar siempre la última versión del código hosty, para lograr esto, las actualizaciones de código se descargan de este repositorio en cada ejecución. Se incluye un mecanismo de verificación, hosty se asegurará automáticamente de que las actualizaciones sean firmadas por el autor.

Aún así, es posible que no guste la idea de confiar en el autor, entonces también se puede instalar hosty sin actualizaciones automáticas de código y verificar manualmente si hay actualizaciones disponibles.

Durante la instalación también se preguntará si se desea ejecutar automáticamente hosty de vez en cuando para actualizar su archivo de hosts con la última lista de dominios.


Durante la instalación de hosty, el propio instalador reportará ciertos errores. Simplemente los obviamos y volvemos a ejecutar, en caso de ser necesario:
curl -L git.io/hosty | sh

Lo único que no funcionará por ahora en hosty es la ejecución automática del script para mantener actualizados los filtros en el hosts. Recuerda ejecutarlo periódicamente de forma manual:
devel-su hosty

Opcional

Tengo la manía de recordar mejor desde mis tiempos en Android "adAway" como nombre para fulminar publicidad, así que creamos un enlace simbólico a hosty para correrlo como más nos guste desde la terminal.
devel-su ln -s /usr/local/bin/hosty /usr/local/bin/adaway
Tras lo cual también podremos hacer para actualizar nuestro hosts:
devel-su adaway
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#SAILFISHOS BY #JOLLA. Sailfish X for Sony Xperia 10 now available

Entrada escrita por: Fernando Lanero Barbero
#SAILFISHOS BY #JOLLA

(https://blog.jolla.com/sailfish-x-sony-xperia-10/) Sailfish X for Sony Xperia 10 now available
Nov 19th 2019, 10:33

Today we are happy to announce the availability of Sailfish X for Sony Xperia 10. We also introduce a campaign giving all existing Sailfish customers a nice offer on the Sailfish X licence for Xperia 10, and for other devices.
As the latest additions to the Sailfish X product family, the Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus have been reviewed as good value-for-money devices with eye-catching 6 and 6.5-inch 21:9 displays, and premium build quality. The devices are also the first Sailfish devices to come with user data encryption enabled by default. We think they're great devices and we think you'll love them too.
The Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus can fully utilise all the latest features and updates in the recently announced (https://blog.jolla.com/sailfish-os-update-torronsuo/) Sailfish OS 3.2.0 Torronsuo release, including the latest hardware adaptation support updates, the enhanced security features, the latest Android App Support and more.
 
*Sailfish X offer for all Sailfish users
To celebrate the release of Sailfish X for the Sony Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus, we have a special offer for all current Sailfish customers: you can now purchase a new Sailfish X licence for any supported Sailfish device for just 29.90€ for a limited time (normal price 49.90€). No matter which Sailfish based device you've been using, as long as you have purchased a licence or a Sailfish OS device, and activated your Jolla account, this is for you!
To be clear, this can be any Jolla branded phone / tablet, Intex Aquafish, Sony Xperia, Gemini PDA etc. The offer is valid only for a limited time period until December 31, 2019, so if you want to get a new Sailfish device, now is a good time for it!
To utilise the offer, just go to the (https://shop.jolla.com) Jolla Shop and log in with your Jolla account.
 
(https://blog.jolla.com/content/uploads/2019/11/Table_6.jpg)
(http://shop.jolla.com)

 
Sailfish X survey gave us valuable feedback
In order to better understand the wishes for the Sailfish X program, we conducted a survey during the summer of 2019. The response was phenomenal and many Sailfish X users gave us valuable feedback on satisfaction levels, availability, pricing, and other topics.
One of the questions was about wishes and willingness to switch to newer Sailfish X devices. Over 63% of respondents answered that they are interested in moving to a newer device with Sailfish X. This is one of the reasons why we've focused our efforts on introducing new devices and also why we are today announcing this special offer for current Sailfish customers.
We've also been exploring the possibility of switching to a subscription-based model for the Sailfish X program. From the survey we found out that the majority of respondents clearly do not support this idea, and hence we've decided not to continue on this path for now. Sailfish X is a community program at the end of the day, and we value the feedback a lot. Thanks to all survey participants!
(https://blog.jolla.com/content/uploads/2019/11/Survey_Diagram_0123.jpg)
 

About Android app support for Sony Xperia X
The Sony Xperia X device has been the pilot and the flagship for the Sailfish X program. It has now been two years since the first release of Sailfish X for Sony Xperia X and we've released many software updates supporting it up until now, and with more to come in the future.
Support for new device options is a constant request from Sailfish X program users. Adding new devices to the Sailfish X portfolio comes with a cumulative maintenance cost. This has resulted in a decision that we won't be upgrading the Android app support to Android 8.1 on the Xperia X, or other older generation devices like the Jolla C.
The problem is that porting Android app support 8.1 to Xperia X would mean that we update the baseport to Android 8 on that device. We can't do this over the air, which means that we would have to create and maturize new HW adaptation for Xperia X and either stop supporting old adaptation or to support two adaptations for Xperia X. Supporting two different adaptions for same device would obviously be more work than just having one. If we'd only support new adaptation with SW updates would mean that old users would need to reflash their devices or they would stop getting updates.
We simply don't have the necessary resources to do it justice given the older hardware and several additional HW adaptation versions needed to support them now and in future.
This isn't a decision we've taken lightly. We are rightly well-known in the industry for the exceptional long-term support we povide for all of our devices and we will naturally be providing all the regular Sailfish OS software updates for the Xperia X, including Android 4.4 support, just as we do for many other older devices. The recent release of Sailfish (https://blog.jolla.com/sailfish-os-update-torronsuo/) OS 3.2.0 Torronsuo underlines our commitment to this.
We hope you'll enjoy Sailfish X on the new Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus as much as we do and will take up our offer!
Keep on sailing,
Martin
The post (https://blog.jolla.com/sailfish-x-sony-xperia-10/) Sailfish X for Sony Xperia 10 now available appeared first on (https://blog.jolla.com) Jolla Blog.

 

https://blog.jolla.com/sailfish-x-sony-xperia-10/

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