The world’s most popular Free Software operating system, the foundation of Debian, and foundation of much of today’s Internet.

Here is a collection of tips for using Amateur Radio on Linux.

Back in my 2019 article “The Desktop Security Nightmare”, I noted that on most of our desktops, we don’t have good control of what data a program can access and when.


Note: this page is a few years out of date, but the concepts, ideas, and reasoning should remain relevant.

Debian GNU/Linux is one of the oldest Linux distributions around. Some things that make it somewhat unique:

Amateur radio is a radio service in which people are allowed and encouraged to build their own radios, antennas, and so forth. It can be used to communicate all around the globe without any intervening infrastructure such as satellites or cables.

This is about running ZFS on Linux and Debian.

One of the more advanced modern filesystems with tons of features; originated on Solaris but now runs on Linux, FreeBSD, and others.

A mobile phone operating system based on the Linux kernel.

Old technology is any tech that’s, well… old.