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    Deven Phillips
    @InfoSec812
    You shouldn't need to do any kind of SMB/CIFS work INSIDE of the container. That would be a sort of "container anti-pattern". Containers are meant to be a minimalistic as possible and external services are used to provision things like storage/networking/etc...
    dave campbell
    @davecampbell
    hmm. my attempts to connect to SMB resources on a different host, from within the container, simply fail. connecting to those same SMB resources from the container host, using smbclient, succeed. I'm curious about hostname resolution, container subnets, etc. which are required for basic smbclient operations. using smbclient from within the container, (take owncloud out of the picture) also fail. another alternative would be to use a filesystem mount (that uses SMB/CIFS) on the host, then just see that as a local volume in the container, but that doesn't use the SMB connectivity option in owncloud.
    Justin Pitts
    @justinpitts
    ACM has made 'Concurrency: the Works of Leslie Lamport' free to download - https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=22762508
    So much to read, so little time!
    dave campbell
    @davecampbell
    @InfoSec812 - just saw your first post (7:39). yes, that is one way, but as i said in my later post, i'd like to see how the specific SMB option works in owncloud.
    Deven Phillips
    @InfoSec812
    @davecampbell Docker, by default, runs in a separate virtual subnet. This means you're going to have to configure proper routing for that container to be able to communicate with the SMB/CIFS service on your external machine.
    In other words, the CIFS server (Windows?) will need to have a route "through" the Docker host to the Docker subnet. The Docker host will ALSO need to have ipv4_forward enabled.
    WARNING: This is NOT recommended as it makes all of your Docker containers less secure.
    Jeff Squyres
    @jsquyres
    Do we have anything lined up for Wednesday?
    I don’t have time to make anything new, but if we don’t get any proposals, I can repeat any of my older presentations
    Jeff Squyres
    @jsquyres
    I have a work meeting that goes up until 6:30pm this evening -- I may be a few mins late tonight.
    jsawaya
    @jsawaya
    Deven, Visual Studio Code is very nice, better than eclipse or intelliJ (Android Studio) for my work on EigenFrame. I loaded the Code Runner extension, and it handles each language syntax pretty well (prolog not so much ;-) And the fact that it supports collab is awesome! -- Dave what do you say?
    Deven Phillips
    @InfoSec812
    Hi all, recording from last night's meetup is available here: https://bluejeans.com/s/6pMq0
    Justin Pitts
    @justinpitts
    Volunteers?
    Uhh, no. COBOL coders deserve every dime they get.
    Jeff Squyres
    @jsquyres
    Yo Deven - for the Minecraft Server Manager stuff you shared the other night...
    Does that manage Minecraft servers for Java clients, or for Android/iOS clients?
    It took me (someone who knows nearly nothing about Minecraft) quite a while to figure out that there's apparently two entirely different ecosystems of Minecraft: a) Java-based clients+servers, and b) non-Java-based clients+servers. And the two don't mix at all -- i.e,. they're both "Minecraft", but they're wholly separate universes.
    My kids are playing on iOS and Android devices. I found https://pmmp.io/, which is a server which speaks to their iOS and Android Minecraft apps.
    Justin Pitts
    @justinpitts
    I have an old hand me down Lenovo G70 laptop with 4gb ram. Can anyone recommend a good, stable, low-configuration ubuntu based distro for it?
    Jeff Squyres
    @jsquyres
    What are you going to do with it?
    Justin Pitts
    @justinpitts
    non-traditional instruction for my 11 year old. for the most part, web browser
    my first inclination is lubuntu.
    Jeff Squyres
    @jsquyres
    regular ubuntu with minimal install isn't sufficient?
    (I have little experience with most distros, and I also have little experience with linux as a GUI/desktop -- 99% of my interaction with Linux is via ssh
    Justin Pitts
    @justinpitts
    it might be. i want to be done with it, not experiment with it.
    like you, I live mostly in the terminal
    Amy Shah
    @apshah007
    anyone have a pluralsight that an give me a referral link for a discount code in may?
    jsawaya
    @jsawaya
    Ubuntu 20.04 was released today. I put it on an old desktop pc - simple. A couple years ago I spent many hours trying to get Android Studio running, no luck. This time it was a snap, just a couple of path changes to my keystore and I was able to reproduce an apk file and publish it to the PlayStore in EigenFrame Beta. I needed a backup dev machine - but what I got is a much better/faster dev machine. Nice!
    Jeff Squyres
    @jsquyres
    Oh sweet. I've become a fan of Ubuntu Server over the past year or so.
    I'll have to give Ubutnu 20.04 a whirl.
    jsawaya
    @jsawaya
    Yeah, running apache servicemix/kafka, spark, hive, hbase, camel... on a machine grid. My download today was of course the desktop Ubuntu version.
    AerodynamicBrick
    @AerodynamicBrick
    ooooo glitter has IRC compatibility. I love it
    Hello all! davecampbell sent me over here. Short bio: EE student, Aerodynamics enthusist, I love long walks on the beach, cluster computer administration, and rocket propulsion systems. o/
    AerodynamicBrick
    @AerodynamicBrick
    Has the freenode #koss been abandoned?
    kyoss*
    Jeff Squyres
    @jsquyres
    Probably...? IRC isn't nearly as popular as others these days.
    This Gitter channel is new (since COVID19). Hasn't been super-busy yet.
    AerodynamicBrick
    @AerodynamicBrick
    I'm starting to like glitter. I can IRC in to it, love that.
    Deven Phillips
    @InfoSec812
    Hi all!! Don't forget that "Virtual Red Hat Summit" kicks off today with OpenShift Commons...
    Justin Pitts
    @justinpitts
    Is it kosher to advertise for jobs in here?
    Deven Phillips
    @InfoSec812
    Hrrmmmmmm....
    @/all Just announced... Red Hat and IBM have partnered to create a web site, http://skillsbuild.org/, where people can re-train for a job in Technology - FOR FREE...
    If you know someone who is interested in a career change, please share!
    To give you an idea, the Red Hat content is sufficient to train to attain the Red Hat Certified Engineer level.
    jsawaya
    @jsawaya
    I've added many new features to the opensource EigenFrame GitHub repository (Prolog inference engine).
    Interest in demo?
    Jeff Squyres
    @jsquyres
    Sure!