Autofirma en Linux

Recientemente, estuve usando un ordenador que no utilizo con frecuencia, pero necesitaba poner una firma en un PDF (y la persona receptora no sólo quería ver la firma ‘digital’, sino tener una imagen ‘firmada’). Autofirma, descargable desde el portal de firma electrónica tiene por suerte una versión para Fedora en formato RPM y que permite realizar esta función. Lamentablemente, a pesar de haberlo instalado y que se instalaron algunas dependencias adicionales, el programa no arrancaba como correspondía....

September 9, 2021 · 1 min · Pablo Iranzo Gómez

Lego exclusive materials for Technic Owners

If you’re the owner of one of the following sets: Porsche 911 GT3 RS 🛒 Lego Bugatti Chiron 🛒 Lego Lamborghini Sian FKP47 🛒 You might have noticed that each car has a chassis piece with a code, that code, apart of the ’exclusive’ set, means that you can redeem it on Lego website to get access to additional content like: mobile ringtones wallpapers certificate of ownership In order to redeem them, get your car’s detail:...

July 25, 2021 · 1 min · Pablo Iranzo Gómez

imapfilter for Gmail

Until two weeks ago I was using an IMAP server (based on Zimbra) for my work email, but the date for migration to Gmail arrived with no choice to postpone… I was very tied to using my current setup, where: offlineimap was downloading all the email to a local maildir folder, imapfilter classified the email into folders based on local options mutt accessed the maildir folder for working with the emails a script to remove duplicate emails from disk imapdedup....

July 7, 2021 · 5 min · Pablo Iranzo Gómez

UEFI boot order change

Hi, In case you’ve a dual boot machine, sometimes it might happen that grub menu is no longer appearing. For systems using regular BIOS, a grub-install against the device it was installed might be required, but when using UEFI, it’s really easy to use a rescue media and execute efibootmgr to alter the boot order. When executing efibootmgr, it might output some information like this: BootCurrent: 0001 Timeout: 0 seconds BootOrder: 0001,0019,001D,001C,0017,0018,001A,001B,001E,001F,0020,0000 Boot0000* Windows Boot Manager Boot0001* Fedora Boot0010 Setup Boot0011 Boot Menu Boot0012 Diagnostic Splash Screen Boot0013 Lenovo Diagnostics Boot0014 Startup Interrupt Menu Boot0015 Rescue and Recovery Boot0016 MEBx Hot Key Boot0017* USB CD Boot0018* USB FDD Boot0019* NVMe0 Boot001A* NVMe1 Boot001B* ATA HDD2 Boot001C* ATA HDD3 Boot001D* ATA HDD0 Boot001E* ATA HDD1 Boot001F* USB HDD Boot0020* PCI LAN Boot0021* IDER BOOT CDROM Boot0022* IDER BOOT Floppy Boot0023* ATA HDD Boot0024* ATAPI CD Note there, the BootCurrent and the BootOrder, the numbers in the BootOrder correspond to the Boot#### that are listed below it....

July 1, 2021 · 1 min · Pablo Iranzo Gómez

Redken machine learning for spam detection

For some of the telegram groups I’m in, I’ve been detecting users that after some period of time, just publish spam messages of any topic. There are many bots for controlling when a user joins, by showing a CAPTCHA that user must resolve (either clicking a button, answering a mathematical operation, inputting a CAPTCHA image text, etc). Some time ago, a colleague was using Machine Learning and I wanted to have a look at it and it would make a good feature to implement....

June 24, 2021 · 8 min · Pablo Iranzo Gómez
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