bei meinem Lenovo ThinkPad funktioniert das WLAN nicht. (Die
Kabelverbindung mit dem Router ist tadellos.) Mit ein paar Terminal
Befehlen habe ich versucht dem Problem auf die Spur zu kommen, aber ohne
Erfolg. Die Ergebnisse lege ich bei. Das WLAN muss irgendwie ausgeschaltet
sein. Die Hardware scheint vorhanden zu sein.
Vielen Dank im Voraus
Grüsse aus Terlan
Dear LUGBZ and Linuxtrent friends,
it's a pleasure to announce a nice training proposal by Dashamir Hoxha, one of the speakers of this year's SFScon.
Dashmir will hold an online training about Linux commands. It will include simple and complex commands, bash scripting etc. The duration will be one hour per week, for about 10-15 weeks. Each participant will be provided with an account on the training server, so you don't need to install anything.
You will find the program, the book on which the course is based and other useful information here: https://events.fs.al/event/1/ Don't forget to register!
Buongiorno a tutti!
con due laptop sto facendo semplici prove di condivisione di cartelle
in rete. Definire un folder come "share" e vederlo sull'altra macchina.
Ho ottenuto i seguenti risultati, mi piacerebe sapere se anche qualcuno
di voi ha fatto la stessa esperienza.
1. Folder share "ufficiale". Tutto il dialogo via interfaccia grafica
sulla finestra con le spunte di share, diritti di accesso ecc. Su
entrambi i laptop il sistema ha chiesto di scaricare e installare samba
Risultato - le cartelle restano mutualmente invisibili, si vedono solo
i nomi delle macchine, a volte neanche quelli.
2. Samba installato con riga di comando. Va e non va, perlopiu' non va.
3. NFS installato come client/ server (quindi in una sola direzione).
4. SSH/ SSHFS per l'accesso remoto alla macchina server. Funziona molto
Avete esperienze simili? O discordanti?
5. ci sono conflitti a mantenere sullo stesso client due o piu' sistemi
di share in parallelo? SSH verso una macchina e NFS verso un'altra, ad
esempio? O NFS con Samba gia' installato?
Oppure e' meglio identificare un sistema e attenersi rigorosamente a
6. Con NFS e SSHFS raggiungo sulla macchina server il file system /home
con le sottocartelle ma non si vedono le partizioni del disco montate
come drive virtuali e nome simbolico (tipo "DriveD"). C'e' modo di
farlo, o e' meglio spostare tutti i file in un sistema directory unico
Grazie in anticipo!
sorry for this long rant - if your Sunday is packed full of activity,
you may skip this mail peacefully.
An acquaintance of mine asked me to recover an old Laptop that no OS on
it. I did using the latest ubuntu. I made her aware of all "caveats":
"this laptop won't run Windows programs". She was fine with it. The
laptop is for her child, which attends local German elementary school.
After a while she contacted me again, worried: her child needs
"Blitzrechnen" from the German publisher Klett, since at school they
would train mental arithmetic. I've been confronted with this when my
youngest was at elementary school, a similar Windows software I don't
recall, and was able to make it run using Wine. My acquaintance got a no
cost copied CD-R from school with the password written on it.
I wasn't able to get "Blitzrechnen" running - I tried several Wine
versions each 32 and 64 bit - the app is not complex, seems like a
series of flash animated pages where the user is asked to solve math
problems, nicely drawn with animals and stuff.
The publisher himself has updated his learning material: it is now
available via Android/iOS app - but I presume she has to pay for it.
This situation really makes me upset, since she is forced to make use of
a Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10 (or macOS) to make it run *if exactly this
software is needed*. There should be no barriers to get children
equipped with learning material, and if it gets digital, those barriers
should be compliant to learning standards, *not to market ones*.
There is no orchestrated guideline in our local education it seems. Each
school proceeds by its own "ideas" and "means". Back in the days, in
Germay, I was aware of the "Kultusminister Konferenz" - one of its
mission is to set those standards, i.e. "to work towards securing
quality standards in schools, vocational training and higher education"
(https://www.kmk.org/kmk/aufgaben.html), whereas here, locally, there is
none such effort.
Digital Sustainability should be introduced when it comes to digital
learning material - at least it should elaborate principles, where
access to learning material has low hurdles (like, for e.g., available
both on and offline through a browser, from as many OSes as possible).
Those standards should then be respected by local schools and higher
And I am deliberately not touching on the subject of cost efficiency in
this matter: In a public administration context that does not take into
account final cost statements, it makes little sense.
And, yes, I will made her aware of free alternative math training apps,
but the child will not be able to use the same app. At the end, we're
talking about math here. Does learning math need one special software?
If yes, then we're doomed.
Die LUG BZ hat anlässlich ihres 20. Gründungsjahres einen Beitrag des am 13.11.2021 ausgestrahlten RAI Südtirol Verbrauchermagazins mitgestaltet. Toni Auer spricht ab Minute 08:00 zu den Themen SchoolSwap, Open&Linux-Schalter und Datenschutz. Zum Abschluss wird die zeitgleich im Rahmen der SFSCon stattfindende Jubiläumsveranstaltung erwähnt: http://www.raibz.rai.it/feed.php?id=75