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  • GNU/Linux

    • Audiocasts/Shows

    • Kernel Space

      • ZDNetLinus Torvalds: Rust will go into Linux 6.1 | ZDNET

        The Rust in Linux debate is over. The implementation has begun. In an email conversation, Linux’s creator Linus Torvalds, told me, “Unless something odd happens, it [Rust] will make it into 6.1.”

      • A journey in the RTC subsystem – Bootlin’s blog

        As part of a team effort to improve the upstream Linux kernel support for the Renesas RZ/N1 ARM processor, we had to write from scratch a new RTC driver for this SoC. The RTC subsystem API is rather straightforward but, as most kernel subsystems, the documentation about it is rather sparse. So what are the steps to write a basic RTC driver? Here are some pointers.


        RTC counters rely on very precise clock sources to deliver accurate times. When the source is not matching the expected precision, which is the case of most cheap oscillators on the market. Some RTCs have a mechanism allowing to compensate for the frequency variation by incrementing or skipping the RTC counters at a regular interval in order to get closer to the reality.

      • Web Pro News[Older] Debian May Change How It Handles Non-Free Firmware

        Debian is currently investigating the possibility of changing how it handles non-free firmware, moving the discussion to a general resolution process.

      • Web Pro News[Older] What’s In a Name? Linux Kernel 6.0 RC-1 Is Here
      • Web Pro News[Older] Linus Torvalds Is Using an M2 MacBook Air
    • Instructionals/Technical

      • Red Hat OfficialHow to encrypt etcd and use secrets in OpenShift | Enable Sysadmin

        Secrets contain sensitive information, but they aren’t encrypted by default. Learn how to encrypt an etcd database to manage vital information in OpenShift.

        A secret in OpenShift is any critical resource or object type that provides a mechanism to hold sensitive information, such as a password, sensitive configuration file, Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificate, Secure Shell (SSH) credential, or OAuth token.

        A secret is used in internal connections between different resources. For example, applications and services can share secret data within a namespace.

      • AddictiveTipsHow to install Parrot OS 5 Home Edition

        Parrot OS 5 is out, and a new Home Edition release comes with it. Home Edition 5 is packed with new stuff, like Pocsuite3, Findmyhash 2.0, version 5.16 of the Linux kernel, and much more. Here’s how to get Parrot OS 5 Home Edition working on your computer.

        Where to download Parrot OS 5 Home Edition

        Parrot OS 5 Home Edition can be downloaded from the official Parrot Linux website. “Home Edition” is a general-purpose operating system and can be used as such. However, users can still use it for security and pen-testing like traditional Parrot OS.

        Go to the website to get your hands on the latest Parrot OS 5 Home Edition ISO. Once there, click on the download button. When you select the “Download” button, the “Home Edition” should be the first edition that appears.

        Select the “Download” button to start the Parrot OS 5 Home Edition download process. Alternatively, select the “Torrent” download link. Torrenting Parrot OS helps developers save on bandwidth costs.

      • OSTechNixFind Default Gateway IP Address In Linux And Unix – OSTechNix

        A gateway is a node or a router that allows two or more hosts with different IP addresses to communicate with each other when connected to the same router. Without gateway, devices connected on the same router won’t be able to communicate with each other. To put this another way, the gateway acts as an access point to pass network data from a local network to a remote network. In this guide, we will see all the possible ways to find default gateway in Linux and Unix from commandline.

      • How to Enable VLC Dark Mode in Linux, Windows and Android
      • OSNoteHow to Install XWiki with Nginx Reverse Proxy on Ubuntu – OSNote

        XWiki is an easy, compact, and efficient wiki platform that enables you to tailor the wiki to fit unique requirements. It is implemented in Java & operates on JBoss or Tomcat-based servlet containers. XWiki is an easy and intuitive online frontend that allows you to generate and organize data from every gadget or search engine. WYSIWYG edit, OpenDocument-based file import/export, tagging, version control, sophisticated wiki syntax, comprehensive search capability, and much more are just a few of the tools included. We’ll demonstrate how to set up XWiki on Ubuntu 20.04 throughout this guide.

      • H2S Media4 ways to install Spotify App on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Linux

        Spotify is one of many Music Streaming Services over the Internet, you can listen to songs via stream legally on your smartphone and PC. Meanwhile, Spotify is also available as an app on many TVs. Thanks to providers such as Spotify, Deezer, Tidal, and Co., the download of music is no longer necessary. The music is streamed over the Internet, i.e. only temporarily cached. On request, however, a download of individual songs is also possible.

        Due to the cooperation with the major music labels such as Universal, Warner, and Sony, almost all artists are represented on Spotify. Only very small artists without a label can often not be reproduced. Using the search function, you can always search for your favorite songs, albums, and artists. If you listen to certain songs over and over again, you can create your own playlists and share them with friends.

        If you don’t want to put together your own music, you can take a look at Spotify’s numerous ready-made playlists. From the workout to the shower playlist, Spotify offers the right music for every occasion. In addition to music, Spotify is also offering more and more audiobooks and podcasts, for which Spotify has now created a separate category.

      • HowTo ForgeHow to Install vTiger CRM Open Source Edition on Debian 11

        vTiger is an all-in-one CRM (Customer Relationship Management) solution for your business. It is suitable for small and medium businesses. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install vTiger CRM on the Debian 11 server with the LAMP Stack. This guide will be using the open-source version vTiger CRM.

      • HowTo ForgeHow to Install TIG Stack (Telegraf, InfluxDB, and Grafana) on Ubuntu 22.04

        The TIG (Telegraf, InfluxDB, and Grafana) Stack is an acronym for a platform of open-source tools to make the collection, storage, graphing, and alerting of system metrics easier. You can monitor and visualize metrics such as memory, disk space, logged-in users, system load, swap usage, uptime, running processes, etc. from one place.

      • ID RootHow To Install Graylog on Rocky Linux 9 – idroot

        In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Graylog on Rocky Linux 9. For those of you who didn’t know, Graylog is an open-source project for a solution that can be used for centralized log analysis. It’s written in Java and built on top of other open-source software like MongoDB and Elasticsearch. With Graylog, we can easily gather logs to one place, analyze them using Elasticsearch and visualize them on the Graylog dashboard.

        This article assumes you have at least basic knowledge of Linux, know how to use the shell, and most importantly, you host your site on your own VPS. The installation is quite simple and assumes you are running in the root account, if not you may need to add ‘sudo‘ to the commands to get root privileges. I will show you the step-by-step installation of the Graylog on Rocky Linux. 9.

      • Trend OceansHow to Limit the HTTP Bandwidth in NGINX

        If you have a website that provides downloadable materials like movies, games, etc., or a streaming website, then you need to limit your HTTP bandwidth RIGHT NOW.

    • Games

      • VideoRockstar Games [Cracked] | GTA 6 Videos Leaked – Invidious

        What’s up, guys!!! In this video, we cover an article on how Rockstar Games was hacked and GTA 6 source code and videos leaked online.

      • Best 12 Linux ASCII Games That are Modern Looking For 2022 – DekiSoft

        A decade back terminal-based games were quite popular when you did not have visual masterpieces such as Red Dead Redemption 2, Spiderman, and God of War, or Grand Theft Auto 5. Most were played on DOS or hacker-like screens.

        The Linux platform carries its own share of good games but keeps in mind that these are not always the “latest and the greatest”, there are ASCII games to which we can never say no or turn our back. Most of the collection below can also be played online or in the browser depending on your setup.

        Please remember: Installing such games is time-consuming and you may encounter some games which require building from source.

      • Boiling SteamThe Steam Deck’s Sales Pitch for Japan: It Could Have Been Better, To Say the Least

        The launch of the Steam Deck in Japan, with a large presence at the Tokyo Games Show 2022 (TGS 2022) is yet another chance for us to discover how Valve is doing its sales pitch over here. There was hardly much advertising in other geographies so far, and Japan is a very big market when it comes to handheld gaming. Product positioning is crucial to make a dent into Nintendo’s turf.

        A video displayed at Valve/Komodo’s booth during the show explains to Japanese gamers what the Steam Deck is all about. Here’s an edit we just made (based on this original video) to help you see the points they make and the visuals they attach to it.

    • Desktop Environments/WMs

      • K Desktop Environment/KDE SC/Qt

        • Web Pro NewsLinux Distro Reviews: KDE Plasma — The One That Could Be King

          While Plasma looks very similar to Windows out of the box, all it takes is a few clicks to make it look like macOS or virtually any type of operating system (OS) or DE you can imagine.

          Plasma also includes a full suite of applications that round out its features, including an Outlook-style PIM suite, powerful text editor, image viewer, file manager, music player, and literally dozens of other applications. Obviously, different distros package different KDE apps for their users, but anyone can download any applications their distro doesn’t include by default.

          One of the standout KDE apps is KDE Connect, an app that connects your Android phone with your Plasma desktop. This gives you the ability to get SMS notifications on your computer, share files, and even use your phone as a trackpad for Plasma.

        • Carl SchwanPromo sprint in Saumur

          Last month, I was in Saumur (France) to attempt a KDE Promo sprint. This was my first sprint since the pandemic, actually this might even be my first ever official KDE sprint as before the pandemic I primarely attended conferences (Akademy, Fosdem, Libre Graphics Meeting, Linux App Summit, …) but no official sprint.

          The sprint took place during the weekend and was a great occassion to meet Allon, Aron and Neophytos for the first time. Aside from them I also meet Claudio, Paul, Joseph and Aniqua would I had already had the chance to meet before.

        • KritaIntel Becomes First Krita Development Fund Corporate Gold Patron

          The Krita Foundation is very happy to announce that Intel is the first Patron Member of the Foundation’s Development Fund Intel and Krita have a long history together of successful collaboration on projects like Krita Sketch, improving multithreading and HDR painting.

        • Web Pro News[Old] Latte Dock Developer Steps Away From Popular KDE Project

          Fans of the popular KDE panel Latte Dock are in for a disappointment, with the developer announcing he will no longer be maintaining the project.

          Latte Dock is a launcher for the KDE Plasma desktop that looks and functions much like the dock in macOS, albeit with more features and customization options. The launcher features prominently in many videos showcasing KDE Plasma and the degree to which it can be customized, including in Nick’s video for The Linux Experiment (below).

  • Distributions and Operating Systems

    • LinuxiacMakuluLinux: A Lot of Fun for Distro Hoppers

      We’ve always maintained and believed that one of the most powerful and essential aspects of Linux is the diversity and choices it offers its users. MakuluLinux is living proof of this. But first, let’s give readers a quick overview of this Linux distribution.

      MakuluLinux is a distribution focused solely on desktop Linux users and gamers. It is available in two free-to-download editions: MakuluLinux Shift and MakuluLinux Gamer.

      However, both have their own PRO editions with extra features, which we will review later in this article. So, understandably, MakuluLinux Shift Pro and MakuluLinux Gamer Pro are paid, priced at $30.

    • Barry KaulerVincent has died age 16

      Vincent was a logo and avatar in Puppy Linux. Died at age 16½, over 110 in human years!

    • Vincent has died, age 16 – Puppy Linux Discussion Forum

      Many of the Puppy old-timers will remember Vincent.
      My daughter and partner had two little dogs, Vincent and April.
      Vincent became the mascot for some Puppy-derivatives, and also the avatar for some members on the old Puppy Forum.

  • Free, Libre, and Open Source Software

    • Web Browsers

      • Mozilla

        • 9to5LinuxFirefox 105 Is Now Available for Download, Brings Better Performance on Linux Systems

          Firefox 105 was yet another attempt for Mozilla to implement the long-anticipated two-finger swipe horizontal gesture on Linux systems for navigating back and forward on a website without having to hold down the Alt key. Unfortunately, while the feature worked well during beta testing, it’s missing in the final release.

          Instead, Linux users get more performance improvements with the Firefox 105 release, ensuring that the web browser is less likely to run out of memory when memory is running low. This also ensures that Firefox is more reliable and will perform better.

    • Programming/Development

      • Jussi PakkanenNibble Stew: Diving deeper into custom PDF and epub generation

        In a previous blog post I looked into converting a custom markup text format into “proper” PDF and epub documents. The format at the time was very simple and could not do even simple things like italic text. At the time it was ok, but as time went on it seemed a bit unsatisfactory.

      • The New StackThe Different Token Types and Formats Explained – The New Stack

        When building security solutions using OAuth and OpenID Connect (OIDC), we frequently discuss tokens. Sometimes these systems are even referred to as token-based architectures.

        Tokens play a core role in authorizing access to applications, services and APIs. They also enable secure, flexible and scalable access management. Using tokens means applications don’t have to maintain a static API key or, even worse, hold a username and password.

        The type of token used in a given scenario is often not explicitly outlined, but more or less assumed. Different tokens have different purposes and should be used appropriately for each use case.

      • QtConan package manager pilot to end in December

        We have piloted a Conan-based package manager as an alternative way to get the Qt binaries since the beginning of this year. While we have gotten a lot of good feedback and some users have found this approach valuable, overall, there has not been as much interest in Conan as we expected. We, therefore, plan to end the pilot by December 2022. No new Qt versions will be offered via Conan package manager, and we will take the experimental Conan server offline by the end of the year. Note that this does not affect the recipes on ConanCenter, which are maintained independently.

      • Barry KaulerIntroduction to Nim language
      • Rust

        • What I meant by the “soul of Rust”

          Re-reading my previous post, I felt I should clarify why I called it the “soul of Rust”. The soul of Rust, to my mind, is definitely not being explicit about allocation. Rather, it’s about the struggle between a few key values — especially productivity and versatility in tension with transparency. Rust’s goal has always been to feel like a high-level but with the performance and control of a low-level one. Oftentimes, we are able to find a “third way” that removes the tradeoff, solving both goals pretty well. But finding those “third ways” takes time — and sometimes we just have to accept a certain hit to one value or another for the time being to make progress. It’s exactly at these times, when we have to make a difficult call, that questions about the “soul of Rust” starts to come into play. I’ve been thinking about this a lot, so I thought I would write a post that expands on the role of transparency in Rust, and some of the tensions that arise around it.

  • Leftovers

    • Linux Foundation

    • Security

      • LWNSecurity updates for Monday [LWN.net]

        Security updates have been issued by Debian (connman and e17), Fedora (curl, open-vm-tools, pcs, and python-lxml), Mageia (curl, dpkg, freecad, gimp, libtar, libtiff, mediawiki, ostree, python-lxml, schroot, SDL12, sdl2, wireshark, and zlib), Oracle (kernel and php:7.4), Red Hat (php:7.4), Slackware (vim), SUSE (chromium, kernel, libarchive, libtirpc, mupdf, python-rsa, ruby2.5, and virtualbox), and Ubuntu (linux-intel-iotg).

      • MakeTech EasierHoliday Inn Parent Company Hacked Through Weak Password

        If you’ve wondered why having a strong password is necessary, this recent trouble is the reason. Intercontinental Hotels Group, the parent company of the Holiday Inn and other hotel chains, was hacked, and a Vietnamese couple is claiming responsibility for deleting the chain’s data, saying they did it through a week password.


        A Vietnamese couple came forward and admitted to the BBC that they were behind the ICG cyberattack, yet deleting a large amount of data wasn’t the original plan. Initially, the plan was to launch a ransomware attack after they gained access to the company’s databases through a very weak password: “Qwerty1234.”

        The couple, going by the name of TeaPea, reached the BBC through Telegram and supplied screenshots, which IHG confirmed were authentic, that showed them gaining access to ICG’s Outlook emails, Microsoft Teams chats, and server directories.

      • NSA Security Best Practices for Kubernetes [Ed: But NSA is anti-security and pro-back doors (which it hilariously redefines as "security"]
      • LinuxSecurityDoes Linux Need a Firewall – How To Configure the Linux Firewall with firewall-cmd?

        The only time you’d need a firewall is if you’re running some kind of server application on your system most of the time. In this case, a firewall will restrict incoming connections to certain ports, making sure that they can only interact with the proper server application. Again, there is no harm in not having a firewall activated on your Linux machine. All we are saying is that you should think about implementing a firewall using firewall-cmd for increased security!

      • Privacy/Surveillance

        • Bruce SchneierLarge-Scale Collection of Cell Phone Data at US Borders – Schneier on Security

          The Washington Post is reporting that the US Customs and Border Protection agency is seizing and copying cell phone, tablet, and computer data from “as many as” 10,000 phones per year, including an unspecified number of American citizens. This is done without a warrant, because “…courts have long granted an exception to border authorities, allowing them to search people’s devices without a warrant or suspicion of a crime.”

        • Customs Officials Have Copied Americans’ Phone Data

          “U.S. government officials are adding data from as many as 10,000 electronic devices each year to a massive database they’ve compiled from cellphones, iPads and computers seized from travelers at the country’s airports, seaports and border crossings,” the Washington Post reports.

        • GizmodoLarge-Scale Collection of Cell Phone Data at US Borders
    • Civil Rights/Policing

      • AccessNowAuthorities in Iran must keep the [I]nternet accessible in Saqqez

        As civil society organizations, and members of tech communities, we are alarmed by the internet shutdown in the city of Saqqez, Kurdistan Province. This is Iran’s third internet shutdown in less than 12 months, and the repressive, knee-jerk response to recent protests seriously interferes with people’s right to freedom of expression and assembly.

        On September 16, 2022, in protest over the death of Mahsa Amini, dozens of people came to the streets of her hometown, Saqqez, Kurdistan Province, to mourn. During this protest, authorities cut off mobile data, and reportedly disrupted Instagram and WhatsApp. The order was given by the Provincial Security Council (شورای تامین استان in Farsi) — the provincial-level division of the National Security Council chaired by the governor.

        On September 14, Iran’s so-called morality police arrested Mahsa, 22 years old, in Tehran for what the government described as “improper” hijab. Two hours later, authorities informed Mahsa’s family that their daughter had been taken to a hospital. She died the next day after falling into a coma.

  • Gemini* and Gopher

    • Personal

    • Politics

      • RE: Technology and Conscience

        Technology does seem to me to be neutral — it doesn’t know right or wrong and doesn’t care whether it’s nailing a nail or hammering a fly. On the other hand, users aren’t neutral, because they can choose what to do with the tools at hand.

    • Technical

      • Programming

        • Oh god, Python! …I mean the programming language.

          So funny story, a couple days ago I was sitting down in class, we were allowed to use our phones for the moment, and I was chatting on a particular Discord server.

          Now I know, Discord is kind of terrible, but it would be too much of a hassle to get all my friends to move over to Matrix. That, plus the servers we’ve created have a lot of history we would rather not lose.


          I should probably explain, I have a deep-seeded hate for Python, but I don’t even remember why at this point. I only remember a lot of headaches, but those are constant.

          And since Python’s syntax is similar enough to Lua’s, looks like I don’t got much of a choice. I’m learning Python again.

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  2. Links 29/11/2022: Whonix and SalixLive Xfce 15.0

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  3. António Campinos Could Not Possibly Choose a Worse Time to Show Solidarity With Communist China

    The Unified Patent Court or "Unitary Patent" gets promoted in the same blog post or news item that celebrates dictatorship; that seems appropriate given the nature of the Unified Patent Court, which is a gross violation of laws and constitutions in a high-level institutional way

  4. Blogs Are Better and Gemlogs (Blogs Over Gemini) May be Best

    There seems to be a growing and already-widespread realisation that Twitter sucks and some people rightly suggest that we pivot back into blogging (Twitter is often blamed for the demise of blogs)

  5. Links 28/11/2022: Snal Linux 1.24 and Thunderbird Android Update

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  6. Links 28/11/2022: OpenRGB 0.8 and Introduction of KIO AFC

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  7. Links 27/11/2022: Linux 6.1 RC 7

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  8. IRC Proceedings: Sunday, November 27, 2022

    IRC logs for Sunday, November 27, 2022

  9. Links 27/11/2022: Rocky Linux 9.1 Released

    Links for the day

  10. Links 27/11/2022: Pinafore Born

    Links for the day

  11. Spamnil Seems to Have Quit Paying for Clickfraud Bots to Fake His 'Popularity'

    Based on the past month, Spamnil seems to have stopped (at least temporarily) relying on bots to fake his alleged popularity; through the Linux Foundation he has done great damage since the destruction of Linux.com, now a defunct site

  12. Better Let the 'Ad' 'Industry' (Spying Galore) Just Collapse

    To recover reputation Phoronix will need to quit the heavy, obtrusive, privacy-violating ads and the corporate 'gifts' that evidently and demonstrably changed the site's direction

  13. 2023 Will be a Pivotal Year for Techrights

    As we quickly approach the last month of the year, here's a look back at a wonderful year for Techrights (but not for the world in general) and a look at the year ahead

  14. IRC Proceedings: Friday, November 26, 2022

    IRC logs for Saturday, November 26, 2022

  15. Links 27/11/2022: EasyOS 4.5.2 and Pixel Wheels 0.24.0

    Links for the day

  16. Microsoft is the Problem, Not the Solution

    The media is doing anything it can to suppress discussion about the national or international security crisis caused by Microsoft; instead, some publishers go as far as lionising Microsoft, portraying it as the 'Jesus' of computer security

  17. GNU Emacs Pointing to Microsoft Servers With Microsoft Ads (Spying) and Other Brainwash

    An attempt to study another Gemini client resulted in a disturbing revelation; Unless something went very wrong, it seems like GNU Emacs doesn't exercise caution with users' privacy; it leaks out information to Microsoft in its Web browser mode

  18. Links 26/11/2022: Maui 2.2.1 and Wine 7.22

    Links for the day

  19. IRC Proceedings: Friday, November 25, 2022

    IRC logs for Friday, November 25, 2022

  20. Legislating Against Free Software in the United States and in Europe, Thanks to Lobbying by Microsoft et al

    There’s legislation that would discriminate against Free software, boosted by Microsoft and its creeping interests, which include the so-called ‘Linux’ Foundation (a force of corporate occupation against the GNU/Linux community and its collective interests)

  21. Unitary Patent Lobbying: Stacked UPC Panel With 250 People in Attendance Spun as “3000 Viewers Followed the Conference” (a Lie)

    Bolstering the criminal acts of António Campinos from the EPO is a supportive “conference in Brussels” which was more like staged Unified Patent Court (UPC) propaganda for lobbying purposes; Kangaroo courts are being promoted to legitimise fake European Patents, granted in violation of the European Patent Convention (EPC)

  22. [Meme] Monopolies Presumed Valid

    The EPO is trying to put patent maximalists in charge of a court it wishes to control, in effect dismantling independent auditory functions for the granting of European Patents

  23. “Bringing Teams Together” at the EPO Means Exactly the Opposite

    The European Patent Office’s (EPO) staff is complaining that the EPO's “Bringing Teams Together” or “New Management of Office Space” is basically done without consulting staff and to the detriment of staff, in effect making life miserable for those who can stop or prevent unwarranted monopolies

  24. Links 25/11/2022: Bugfixes in Linux and podlators 5.00

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  25. Links 25/11/2022: Uruk GNU/Linux 3.0 and Ubuntu Touch OTA-24 Released

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  26. Geminispace Can Graduate at 3,000 Capsules Quite Soon (2,900 This Week)

    From less than 500 capsules to 2,900 capsules in 24 months? That's how quickly Gemini is spreading.

  27. [Meme] Kiss the Ring (of the Patent Litigation Mafia)

    Patent litigation giants and their international lobbies/clients are working to create an absurd situation where the courts themselves exist in violation of constitutions, laws, and international conventions (they're also run by corporations)

  28. This Won't End Well for the UPC Lobby (Unitary Patent Profoundly Discredits the Rule of Law)

    Unified Patent Court (UPC) lobbyists may be acting jubilant and triumphant, but they're in effect dancing on the grave of the real legal system they're working to bury, replacing it with something that cannot and will not stand

  29. Taking Communications Private With Mumble (Privacy by Self-Hosting and End-to-End Encryption)

    The prospects of self-hosting for communications have improved greatly; for voice chat, Mumble is definitely worth a look

  30. IRC Proceedings: Thursday, November 24, 2022

    IRC logs for Thursday, November 24, 2022

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